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Discussion in 'MASCHINE Area' started by René must be Unique, Jul 2, 2019.
No unfortunately not
Yes and no it shifts of course the phase but it sets also a gap on start. And delay is a frequency dependent phase shift and after that shift it starts at sero but if I set the phase in degrees I know exactly where the wave starts e.g. 90 degrees shift means it starts at maximum and it starts right with the trigger without the gap.
I think the switcher is meant to take it's place. Maybe something about that makes phasing impossible? Like, what would happen if you're modulating both the phase and the switcher.