You can tell LFOTool to output the cutoff value as MIDI CC then use that to automate exposed parameters in other plugins (see section 11 in the manual). You can also drag-and-drop a MIDI clip of the envelope out from it too.Dirtgrain wrote: ↑Sat Aug 17, 2019 6:00 amJust to clarify, it cannot be mapped to other devices' parameters, but it does work well as an envelope for its volume controls and filters. Man, if it could be mapped to other devices' parameters, the way Ableton Live tools like LFO can be mapped, it would be so much more. Still, I don't use it much (got other ways to duck, sidechain, modulate).
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- 1245 posts since 11 Aug, 2012 from omfr morf form romf frmo
- 3391 posts since 3 Feb, 2010
I did and it works great! due to Shaperbox ability to do multiband "sidechain" it becomes an amazing tool when layering few different bass, kick layers, working on percussive loops or just in general creating various rhytm loops
Its a tool and the "shortcomings" that are brought up, are usualy created by the end user lack of skill or knowledge
- 250 posts since 10 Jan, 2017
+1 … I've occasionally used LFOTool as a "MIDI controlled instrument" in Logic to do this.
I haven't bothered with traditional sidechain compression for ages now when working with 4 to the floor stuff. Sometimes the most bizarre looking envelope shapes are exactly what's needed. LFOTool is my go-to, Enveloper by Guda Audio for when I need multiband envelopes or Filters.