So now we have controls burried inside two different modules. There’s no way we can control our synth effectively like that so we need to build a front panel.
Now you need to give yourself some room to arrange your controls. Drag the lower-right hand corner of the new front panel down, and to the right to enlarge the size of the front panel.
Most of the controls are bunched together in the upper-left corner, but you may find some are where they were in their containing module; so make sure you can see all the items by draggin well down and right. Now we need to arrange them so they each have their space on our front panel. To do that we need to unlock the GUI panel by clicking on the small lock icon in the action panel.
Now there were two ADSR modules so we need to make sure we have the one that handles the filter cutoff modulation near the filter module and not the volume envelope. To make sure we have the right one, double-click on the ADSR next to the filter. It will go inside our schematic to the level where this component is stored and it will display the module as selected.
If it is not the one connected to the filter you will need to swap the two ADSRs on the front panel. To get back to that level, click on the ‘Top’ panel of the Navigator bar.
(See the User Guide p. 16 for information about the Navigator and moving between levels in a schematic.)
If necessary, swap the two ADSRs around in the front panel. When your done you want to lock the front panel again so you can use the controls without moving the elements around.
Now and you’re ready for the next step.
Part 6 OSM
Part 7 - Revising Design Decisions