multiple EG bank
pfperry at melbpc.org.au
Fri Jan 4 00:46:40 CET 1980
At 03:14 PM 1/01/00 +0000, you wrote:
>Good points re the number of controls but.....
>Isn't this where we start designing digital front ends to control the
>analogue hardware (like, for example, the Juno 106). You can impliment patch
>saving, and useful functions like cut / copy / paste parameters and so on.
Hey, don't forget morphing!
Patch saving without morphing? That's a missed riff!
I think if you have a 'too many parameter' envelope setup, but store a number
of them, and then either morph or have a 'managable' number of controls to
provide a 'mix' or 'weighted interpolation' of them.. then you wd be coking..
I meant to type 'cooking' but I might be right at that:-)
paul perry melbourne australia
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