zarf wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 03, 2020 1:42 pm
For example, if you go to 'Rupert Overtone Pad' - the last one in the Pads category, 2 things happen: 1) You get a sound that is very different to anything you can normally create (in this case, resonance for a start) and the UI changes slightly - in the middle at the top where there is the 'Cheeze Machine 2' logo, some extra text apprears on the right that says 'Pro Preview'.
I'll try to shed some light on this.
First go to the Cheeze Machine Pro site.
Scroll down to where you get some kind of visual manual page - and you see that indeed in this version the filter is changed to 4-pole low pass including resonance and drive controls.
Now how to access these under the hood of CM2? Here is how:
Select Rupert Overtone Pad from the preset menu.
Then change its name to whatever you like (let's say 'mytestpatch') by right clicking its name in the patch display. This will create a new patch in your user preset folder that sound identical to the original.
Now left click into the patch display. Choose user presets > show user presets folder. There you open mytestpatch.qbqp in your favourite editor.
Then search for the following code:
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The second parameter from the right (0.90000004) is resonance and you can change its value to see what happens. I suppose 1.0000000 is the maximum.
You can also paste the whole missing block of code (more than the above) into the gap of some other patch and get editing access to the pro filter. Just do a comparison between patches as I did. Likewise with everything else if you are not afraid to guess and do some trial and error.