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Old 28.08.2009, 12:58 AM
marc marc is offline
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Originally Posted by annikk.exe View Post
Just had a chance to try this :> (back at the studio, yayayayy)

I couldn't find a way to make Analog 4-pole make a tone by itself without any key press. I selected the init patch, changed filter 1 type to Analog 4-pole, change the filter balance to 100% filter 1, turned the resonance up to max, and wiggled the cutoff knob.
No sound :/ Pressing notes gives a sort of ghostly organ tone.

I did find that by adding +63 filter keyfollow, the note seems to "waver" on certain notes. The exact range of wavery notes can be effectively moved up or down by tuning the cutoff up or down an octave.

you're right. you need to press a key first. we did this, so just recalling a patch doesn't result in noise without playing it.

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Old 23.09.2009, 11:48 AM
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Possible that a patch sound itself without touch any key??????????
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