wave-morphing crossfade synth, for R5.5
"GrIST" is a re-work of my "XFade GrIST" ensemble, mostly behind-the-scenes stuff. I think its only features that are specific to R5.5 are the panel elements, but because it was edited and saved in 5.5 it won't work with 5.1.
"GrIST" is a wave-morphing crossfade synthesizer consisting of two independent sound Lines. For each Line a multi-breakpoint envelope can modulate (crossfade) the sound between Wave 1 and Wave 2. (You can select either the M'PD oscillator or the WaveDraw oscillator from a stacked macro).
The same multi-BP envelope can be used to modulate the pitch and filter cutoff as well.
Line 1's multi-BP can modulate (morph) Line 2's M'PD Wave(s), Line 2's multi-BP can modulate (morph) Line 1's M'PD Wave(s).
The "FX" knob controls how much of the signal is sent to the MultiFX instrument. The two switches above the knob allow you to select to which FX channels (left-to-left, right-to-right, both, none) the L-R audio signals will be sent. If neither switch is active the MultiFX is bypassed (even if the individual effects are on) and CPU load is reduced. Turning off the individual effects can also reduce the CPU load.
The WaveDraw macro is by Darrell Plank. The M'PD oscillator is from my M'PD ensemble.