Is there no way to have a per-voice constant modulator? For example, if you make a "random bipolar" modulator that modulates a filter cutoff knob, every new note will have a different cutoff value. When a new note is played, it leaves the cutoff value for the previous voices untouched, and only assigns the new value to the new note. This is what I want, but a constant. The "constant" modulator isn't per-voice, because the constant must be set with the intensity slider, thus affecting all voices. The knob can't directly be set either, because again, this affects all voices. The only open-ended per-voice modulator is an envelope. My idea was to make an AHDSR envelope, set Attack, Hold, and Decay to 0, and use the sustain knob as the per-voice constant. The problem is that there's no infinite release -- it caps off at 25 seconds (even if you try to push it higher with the INTMOD trick). So when the note is released, the constant will start to decay. It may not be noticeable if the note's volume envelope release is far shorter than 25 seconds, but it's not a real solution.