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My first sound in Tela

https://dandelionaudio.com/sound/Tela-1.mp3

It would be visually helpful if when I select a tab, say Tonality, that there was a dot next to the parameter the LFO modulates (assuming depth is greater than 0)

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c0nsilience wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 2:36 pm Fors is top-notch and at an exceedingly good price point.
The Max devices, especially Lode, Glänta and Chiral, are what take the Push 3 in standalone over the top for me into dream future groove instrument. Particularly the first two - so well thought out, just a few controls can cover a huge range, perfect for live jams.

I've now come full circle because of Push from "where's the plugin?" to "where's the max device?". But leaving that aside, a couple of days into the demo and I can safely say it's to the same high standard I've come to expect.

Was a little put off initially flashbacks to how badly Ableton handles mapping parameters for plugins, but still managed to find a weird and wonderful sound through 10 minutes of random knob-turning that went straight into a track. Went over to Bitwig this evening, read the manual and mapped it properly, then made another weird and wonderful sound that went straight into a track, only with a bit more intention this time.

I'd kinda promised myself to do no new hardware / plugins this year until I really dig in to what I already have, but I think this one will have to be an exception.
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dbenway wrote: Sun Apr 21, 2024 4:31 pm
c0nsilience wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 2:36 pm Fors is top-notch and at an exceedingly good price point.
The Max devices, especially Lode, Glänta and Chiral, are what take the Push 3 in standalone over the top for me into dream future groove instrument. Particularly the first two - so well thought out, very just a few controls can cover a huge range, perfect for live jams.

Because of this, I've now come full circle because of Push from "where's the plugin?" to "where's the max device?". But leaving that aside, a couple of days into the demo and I can safely say it's to the same standard high standard I've come to expect.

Was a little put off initially flashbacks to how badly Ableton handles mapping parameters for plugins, but still managed to find a weird and wonderful sound through 10 minutes of random knob-turning that went straight into a track. Went over to Bitwig this :D evening, read the manual and mapped it properly, then made another weird and wonderful sound that went straight into a track, only with a bit more intention this time.

I'd kinda promised myself to do no new hardware / plugins this year until I really dig in to what I already have, but I think this one will have to be an exception.
This made my day. Thank you!
Duality without regard to physicality

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Is there a list of the CC mappings somewhere so I can wire it up to Stepic more easily?

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dayjob wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 11:19 pm
zeph wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 10:35 pm When are we getting a windows version???
See previous page.
Short answer is likely never
:( :( :x :x :pray: :pray:

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wintoid wrote: Mon Apr 22, 2024 8:08 am Is there a list of the CC mappings somewhere so I can wire it up to Stepic more easily?
I don't have stepic, but if you mean midi cc mappings, that's easy. it's a very short list. there aren't any unless you count velocity (at least as far as I can tell: the dev doesn't think it's worth putting this kind of information in the manual even to indicate its absence).

as you're in Bitwig, from what i gather, this is probably not as big an issue as in other DAWs: you have the modulators pages to wire up cc messages from the sequencer plugin to host automation channels.

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gaggle of hermits wrote: Tue Apr 23, 2024 10:31 pm I don't have stepic, but if you mean midi cc mappings, that's easy. it's a very short list. there aren't any unless you count velocity (at least as far as I can tell: the dev doesn't think it's worth putting this kind of information in the manual even to indicate its absence).

as you're in Bitwig, from what i gather, this is probably not as big an issue as in other DAWs: you have the modulators pages to wire up cc messages from the sequencer plugin to host automation channels.
Thanks. Yes you're right. That's exactly what I spent last night playing with :). More fiddly than I would like TBH.

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I made a small bank of 30 presets for it

Gossamer

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Does it support per-voice-modulation via CLAP?

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Hanz Meyzer wrote: Sat May 04, 2024 9:32 am Does it support per-voice-modulation via CLAP?
No

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works well in logic (M2, native). playing with it now. pretty great... just for what it is...

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aMUSEd wrote: Sat May 04, 2024 5:02 am I made a small bank of 30 presets for it

Gossamer
These are really nice! Thank you.

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dbenway wrote: Sun Apr 21, 2024 4:31 pm
c0nsilience wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 2:36 pm Fors is top-notch and at an exceedingly good price point.
The Max devices, especially Lode, Glänta and Chiral, are what take the Push 3 in standalone over the top for me into dream future groove instrument. Particularly the first two - so well thought out, just a few controls can cover a huge range, perfect for live jams.

I've now come full circle because of Push from "where's the plugin?" to "where's the max device?". But leaving that aside, a couple of days into the demo and I can safely say it's to the same high standard I've come to expect.
I'm all in on M4L devices, it's the main thing keeping me from switching to Bitwig. I just bought a Push 3 standalone today, in fact. Fors, Dillon Bastan, Suzuki Kentaro, there are some really incredible devs building devices in Max that I just can't let go of.

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Sounds great. Clever UI is fun to use.

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aMUSEd wrote: Sun Apr 21, 2024 3:35 am Unify supports CLAP now?
It does not.

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