Dry-Wet is an interesting Idea. Have you tried the OH-12 filter? It kinda does this in its design (put it in between 'LP' and 'Notch' to have a lowpass with some signal coming through still)Weasel-Boy wrote: ↑Tue Jun 16, 2020 10:07 pmI wouldn't mind a set of dry/wet controls for Filter 3...so you could independently pass as little or as much of Filters 1&2 through it.
Wouldn't mind an independent set of Unison controls for each oscillator instead of the global arrangement either.
And one last thing: mute switches for the oscillators.
I get the unison per osc requested all the time, so I'll post the graphic here why it is not possible:
As you can see, the signal before the amplifier ist polyphonic, but it is also mono. Therefore oscs can not be panned individually. Changing this would be a major operation on the open heart. But more importantly, there would need to be four instead of two filters for Filter 1 & 2. And those go heavy on the CPU.
You can mute the oscillators with the input buttons on the filter or the 'Type' - dropdowns. I understand this is not as convenient as having a dedicated mute button though.