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Discussion in 'REAKTOR' started by herw, Nov 10, 2015.
Get well, herw!
please pick a official lfo bipolar block and have a look at the output.
last time i checked it, it was -0,5 / +0,5 which feels absolutly odd ...
back @ home:
... but not the end of the world
He is back. How do you feel, herw?
thanks for asking. I am in ambulant rehab now for three weeks.
I had to change one of my two hip TEPs. The op was very hard (five hours). Now i am restoring my muscles.
I am a member of a new band (of old men ). So i am planning projects with logic pro and komplete ultimate.
I hope to be back in REAKTOR Riddles in summer (writing from Italy ) and i hope to feel well finally. And i want to be back with my project modular x again after terrible two years.
I am interested to look into project MS 20.
My non published concept of modular x has a completely new approach. Would be nice if NI would publish shared tables finally (reading and writing and sharing in core and primary), but no one knows.
Herw, just uploaded all redrawn Front Panel Patching.
What is TEP?
Also eigentlich der Oberschenkelhals mit Kugelkopf.
~ aih oiuh ~
It's not a requirement to copy that approach, I think they just like the way that range works with A/B modulation. For example, if you have a knob set to 12 o'clock and apply A/B modulation to it, the LFO signal won't clip.
But it's a personal call, anything between -1..1 is fine.
Get well soon Herw, good luck with your new band.
greetings from Italy (Tuskany)
ohhh ja, Sonne auf dem Bauch
lass es Dir gut gehen!
der norden hat grad wieder "shietwetter", DU verpasst hier nichts!
9.4 Restarting after months or how to recognize a complex project
Perhaps (like me) after several months you have the time to restart your project again. So it is very important, to have a workbook to get back again. I have thought about the last ensemble and want to modify a little bit. Before i show you the ensemble it is a good idea to think about the signal flow again:
You see, that it is a traditional subtractive synthesizer with three signal controlled oscillators (SCO), a signal controlled filter (SCF), a signal controlled amplifier (SCA) and an effect section. The special thing is, that SCO 1 and SCO 2 can control the pitch of SCO 3.
The three oscillators signals are mixed and changed by a filter SCF.
Finally you get a MIDI-gate controlled SCA section with a simple ADSR-generator and following effect section with chorus, delay and reverb.
So the section SCO 3 is like this:
SCO 3 has five inputs of pitch control: a LFO, an ADSR, MIDI and SCO 1 and 2 for bell-effects.
In opposite to our first diagram and ensemble i changed a little bit SCO 2 so that they are different in pitch controlling:
SCO 1 is controlled by a combination of LFO, ADSR and SCA. The ADSR-envelope generator controlls the output level of the LFO. So SCO 1 is controlled by an LFO signal and of course of the midi pitch.
SCO 2 is controlled by two independent signals of a LFO and an envelope and MIDI picth again simular SCO 3:
The filter SCF gets a complex modulation section; i think you will understand after looking to SCO 1' and SCO 2's modulations:
Perhaps i should remember: this chapter is about learning write and read core arrays. I want to use the project goom to show the possibilities. I am just constructing the final version of goom; i want make some riddles with this ensemble; so i show you, what i am doing for preparing this:
You see the several parts of structure diagrams in my last post. It's still a little bit chaotic but it will work
Very helpful is that the core structures have the same basic elements:
herw, do you know what's about sowari? last seen in Dec 2016!
hm - i don't know but there is a post on twitter from yesterday: https://twitter.com/durrantphil?lang=de , seems to be on tour?
Thanks - I see he works in hardware (violin and modular)!
sorry have some problems with integrating delay and reverb - get always nan