jmg8 wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:36 am
jmg8 wrote: ↑
Wed Mar 18, 2020 2:51 am
Sorry, yes I made a mistake there. I got the numbers correct, but worded it wrong. I actually meant to say it gets LESS steep as the frequency gets lower.
Yeah I already spoke about the mistake.
Faiky wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 26, 2020 10:25 am
So, hope, here's the solution for you, jmg8:
By the way, f*1 makes no sense. f*0.99 is 20 000 - 200 and f*0.9 is 20 000 - 2000.
First, I input this into the syntax and it sounds great, thank you. But, I would like to understand things a bit more so a few questions:
1. What do you mean f*1 makes no sense? Why would we multiply the frequency by .9? This really confuses me, haha
2. If i want the Q to increase more or less, I just change the "0.00005" right? Why is this number so low? Would 0.0004 mean the Q would be a little less in the upper frequencies.
3. You start with 200+f. But Werzel wrote f*1+200. They both do the same thing right? Set minimum frequency to 200. So why are the written differently and what if I wanted to set a maximum frequency? Say for example, 200-2000.
Thanks for the help and sorry for all the questions.
Oh sorry I've oversaw the the correction from you.
1. Because x*1 = x.
20 000 + 200 = 20 200 but you want 20 000 for max. So 20 000 x 0.9 is 19800 and + 200 is 20 000 again. F is a variable and depends on the knob state.
If f=0 you will have 200 because if f=0 you have 0x0.9+200 = 200
2. Right. 0.00005 x 20 0000 (hz) = 1
If you set it higher, you reach 1 (full value) further
Here the log function would be good, but it didn't work or I didn't know how the syntax works. F01 should be the solution hier as the help describes, but it didn't work, maybe it's in the beta or I'm to stupid. And now I'm on vine, hihi. Sorry, serious police!
3. Pont for line. Yes. It's only that. F×1+200 = f+200
The maximum is, oh, you have to calculate. 20 000 - 200 = 19800 - 2000 = 17800 and than 17 800 / 2000 is the factor. 200+f×Factor (head calculation is is bit impossible at this state)
Hope that helps, happy quartino!