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April 14, 2008 at 1:14 am #105569J20056Participant
Can someone please help me with cross-fade? The module below is an attempt to go from 100% dry to 100% wet where wet is a full octave higher.
I'm using the CROSSIN module, but I don't understand why the "Select" button (a number between 0 and 1) is green and not blue. It looks like it's not a user interface item. So my question is: How do I control this parameter? At first, a button on a menu page would be great, then I can work my way towards an expression pedal.
HEADM adc 2 2 crossin-out adc-null "Harmonic Leap" Empty 1 adc-nullobj ;=150,-50,100,0
PITCHSHIFT "pitchshift l" adc-in1 21 -60 10 adc-null 1200 0 0 ;=250,25,100,0
CROSSIN crossin adc-in1 "pitchshift l-out" adc-null ;=225,400,100,0
April 14, 2008 at 5:38 am #117362IDeangelisMember
blue signals are CONTROL type ones, while green are dedicated to AUDIO and MODULATION. Crossin module uses modulation as its control source, being interpolated. As the help for the module says:
module for smoothly fading from one sound to another. Since the select input is
mod type, you can do very fast changes without any "zipper" effect.
Check the BRIDGE modules:
These modules in most cases convert an audio signal to a control signal
or vice versa. When converting from audio to control, the audio signal is
sampled to generate the control signal. This may result in values which do not
transit smoothly. The filter variants of bridges smooth the values.
These modules to not have a major impact on either the control process or
signal processing although both are used by these modules.
a_fltr_c Audio to control,Show More...
a_to_c Audio to
c_bridge Machine to
c_fltr_a Control to audio,
c_to_a Control to
c_tweak_a Control to audio,
You may use a C_TO_A to attach a percent knob to the Crossin xfade input…or a pedal (EXT CONTROL) and bring them up, on the UIof the unit.
Please use the VSIG AND PRESET DEVELOPMENT dedicated folder for any question related to the editor and algorithm programming.
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