Whichever LFO you are using, check it's settings. If you have an Initial Amount of 0, there is no amount of modulation happening - turn it up to 127, and turn the rate up from 0 as well. Also there is a depth and a rate mod source, which may also be having an affect.ghostwhistler wrote: ↑Thu Aug 05, 2021 11:08 amThen why is the LFO doing nothing when I set it to modulate between 2 oscillators in one part? A simple 2 osc set up. Like I said, it works if i set the mod source to the wheel. But if I set to the LFO I can't hear any effect, even if i change the rate. Even if i set it to 127%
Again, it's hard from me to reverse engineer a patch where the settings are completely unknown to me.
The "mix envelope" is the vector mix envelope. It controls the position of the vector mix over time, which is the joystick position that determines the mix of oscillators. The Vector Position and Vector Mix Envelope make up the "Vector Synthesis" part of the WS.
This post earlier explains it: viewtopic.php?p=8175947#p8175947
In the first Legacy WS manual, the MIXENV (mix envelope) is described on pages 32, 33 and 34.
Plus the original hardware WS manuals were bundled with the software as well, which goes into more detail about the WS if you want more detail about the various pages and options etc.