M7.7.4

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Michael L
KVRAF
2436 posts since 25 Jan, 2014 from the End of the World as we Knowit

Post Wed Jan 03, 2018 4:27 pm

SparkySpark wrote:If anyone could make a quick movie on these "gorgeous new dimensions" I would very much appreciate it.
I think a good "movie" is the Oscilloscope module.
Before my previous post, I was trying different amounts of drift and layers, with different waveforms and harmonic series, and then various fx. I used the oscilloscope (in Basic Synth double-click Show Modular, then enlarge Oscilloscope) to help me "see what I was hearing" and what combination of factors is dissonant or gorgeous to me.
Vs. other software-- the modular freedom and consistent structure of MuLab helps me stay in my "flow"

SparkySpark
KVRian
1325 posts since 30 Aug, 2004 from Skövde, Sweden

Re: M7.7.2

Post Wed Jan 03, 2018 5:12 pm

Thanks for the tip!

Totally agree on the flow. The more I actually seriously compose music in MuLab, the more I appreciate its workflow, and this includes the MUX parts of it. Whenever I feel the need for something I just drag stuff around and it's all done.

I don't think there is anything like it in the planet (not even in other kinds of applications). :tu:
Making music is a nine-to-five job:
From 9 PM to 5 AM.
Go MuLab!

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KVRAF
9582 posts since 24 Jun, 2008 from Europe

Re: M7.7.3

Post Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:20 am

M7.7.3 is available in

http://www.mutools.com/mulab/new
http://www.mutools.com/mux/new

What's new: Also the Layers "Quick Edit" mode now supports the new Drift parameter.

How to install:

MuLab:

Windows: Put the new .exe and .id files into the M7 installation folder.
MacOS: Put the new .app file(s) into the M7 installation folder.

MUX VST:

Windows: Put the new .Dll and .ID files into the MUX 7 installation folder.
MacOS: Put the new .vst files into the MUX 7 installation folder.

digdug303
KVRist
40 posts since 16 Apr, 2004

Re: M7.7.3

Post Fri Jan 05, 2018 9:59 am

merci :tu:

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imstre
KVRist
193 posts since 26 Feb, 2017 from Lituania,Vilnius

Re: M7.7.3

Post Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:47 am

:clap: Thank! Very! :tu:
MuLab :party: :tu: :clap:

skarabee
KVRist
46 posts since 31 Mar, 2017 from New Caledonia

Re: M7.7.3

Post Fri Jan 05, 2018 9:54 pm

merci aussi!

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KVRAF
9582 posts since 24 Jun, 2008 from Europe

Re: M7.7.4

Post Sat Jan 06, 2018 7:08 pm

M7.7.4 is available in

http://www.mutools.com/mulab/new
http://www.mutools.com/mux/new

What's new:
  • ADSR: The Bipolar and Legato switches are now integrated in the main ADSR editor and not anymore in a rather 'hidden' sub-panel.
  • Automation part editor: Switching track mute on/off was not reflected in the editor. Fixed.
How to install:

MuLab:

Windows: Put the new .exe and .id files into the M7 installation folder.
MacOS: Put the new .app file(s) into the M7 installation folder.

MUX VST:

Windows: Put the new .Dll and .ID files into the MUX 7 installation folder.
MacOS: Put the new .vst files into the MUX 7 installation folder.

mutools
KVRAF
9582 posts since 24 Jun, 2008 from Europe

Re: M7.7.4

Post Sat Jan 06, 2018 7:20 pm

PS: Note that when the ADSR is used within a PolySynth then the legato switch is not there because each PolySynth voice is triggered by one and only one note so the legato switch is irrelevant there.

If you want to have a legato style ADSR covering all voices of a PolySynth then put the ADSR in the parent level and add a Modulation Input to the PolySynth, route the global ADSR to that mod input and in the PolySynth you can route that input to anything there.

Same trick can be done when you want a "global" LFO etc.

bibz1st
KVRAF
1546 posts since 29 Mar, 2013

Re: M7.7.4

Post Sun Jan 07, 2018 1:30 am

Nice update and very speedy, thanks :)
Beauty is only skin deep,
Ugliness, however, goes right the way through

skarabee
KVRist
46 posts since 31 Mar, 2017 from New Caledonia

Re: M7.7.4

Post Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:46 am

Yep! good one for the Bipolar and Legato things.
:tu:

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KVRAF
9582 posts since 24 Jun, 2008 from Europe

Re: M7.7.4

Post Mon Jan 08, 2018 4:03 pm

Quick demo of the oscillator layers:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzoNN0pUz1A

nenneb
KVRist
118 posts since 8 Dec, 2015

Re: M7.7.4

Post Tue Jan 09, 2018 8:07 am

Thank you for constantly improving MuLab. Anyway I've got
two more wishes:
1) Is there a chance to get the oscillators harmonics page visible on the front panel? Eventually in "scaled" version (only overtones 1...x)
2) In another users screenshot I saw the frequency spectrum analyser in the bottom right corner and found that a good idea. Would it be possible to let it snap to the right within the rack? ("Docked")?

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KVRAF
9582 posts since 24 Jun, 2008 from Europe

Re: M7.7.4

Post Tue Jan 09, 2018 8:38 am

nenneb wrote:1) Is there a chance to get the oscillators harmonics page visible on the front panel? Eventually in "scaled" version (only overtones 1...x)
Mmm, i understand your request, but can't comment on it.
2) In another users screenshot I saw the frequency spectrum analyser in the bottom right corner and found that a good idea. Would it be possible to let it snap to the right within the rack? ("Docked")?
There is some item on the long wishlist that would make this and other similar things possible. Can't promise anything yet or give a time estimation.

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fluffy_little_something
KVRAF
12699 posts since 5 Jun, 2012 from Portugal

Re: M7.7.4

Post Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:07 am

Haven't launched the synth in Mulab in a long time.
- Does a negative sustain level on the envelopes make sense?
- I think bipolar controls should be neutral at 12 o'clock. Currently controls such as fine tune, pan or xpos have the appearance of unipolar controls.
- Why is the xpos control not simply called tune?

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pljones
KVRAF
6329 posts since 8 Feb, 2003 from London, UK

Re: M7.7.4

Post Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:13 am

An envelope is just a modulation source. Whether having its sustain portion going negative makes sense does not depend on the envelope but on what you choose to connect it to.

IIRC, transpose controls on some hardware was labelled "xpos". Commonly "x" is "trans" (as it "xmit" for "transmit") and "pos" is just short for "position"...

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