MDMA wrote:What I had b4 is bellow!
Notice that when you move the endPitch(low) knob it doesn't affect the range(hi), and it follows the pitch as I dont want to have the option of not following it.
nix wrote:The best trick in it is the amp envelope.
it goes like this->
cyto wrote: I had a chance to look at your example. I think a solution will be really easy, but I'm having a little trouble understanding what's going on in there. Just to clarify, if the osc is going to follow the pitch of the midi note, do we need to have the "ending pitch" setting? If so, exactly what should it do? Also, in my examples above the "range" setting is in octaves above the target pitch and remains constant (relatively), but your range value seems somehow tethered to the ending pitch. Could you explain? I hope I don't come across snotty, I just want to make sure I'm not going to "undo" anything that's integral to the sound your after.
cyto wrote:nix wrote:The best trick in it is the amp envelope.
it goes like this->
I concur! I have only recently gotten hip to the multi-attack approach (especially on a filtered noise osc) and am learning that it does wonders to give the sound added dimension.
MDMA wrote:Let's say I'm going to make a kick for my track.
First I find my end pitch(Low knob in my schematic), I open a spectrum analiser, press a note(let's say G/49Hz) and check if my first freq is in fact 49Hz, it is, great.
Now I must find my start pitch(Hi knob in my schematic), Let's say Im happy with G at 1.5Khz, cool got that sorted.
Now I just noticed my kick's tail(or sweep lenght) is too long to fit my bass, so I go into my envelope and shorten it and...
Oops, now my kick's end pitch has moved up and is now in A#!!!
To solve this, on my schematic, all I had to do is reduce the endpitch(low knob on my schematic) amount to get it back in G again and I'm done.
But if we do it like you've mentioned this is what happens:
Ok, let's set the endpitch to hit G/49Hz again, oops, everything moved with it...dawm it now I also have to set the start pitch again.
And if not happy I have to do it all over again.
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