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July 11, 2008 at 6:44 pm #105733
i don't know if it happens since i've switched to the 3.5 OS, but it seems there is some problems with the modulation tool. When i modulate some parameter with the lfo#1 in unipolar mode, all is working fine at first. But i soon as i update or save the program, the modulation start from 0 instead of the previously typed value (the scale is kept however). Anyone who has seen the same behavior ?
All the best,
July 11, 2008 at 6:59 pm #117672IDeangelisMember
we need a detailed example from you, to try to replicate the problem, if such is the case.
name & number of preset used
all patching details between parameter and Lfo 1
anything else that can be relevant to this.
July 11, 2008 at 8:13 pm #117674
meanwhile, i've found this : as soon as i load another program and then go back to the one i've stored (with the modulated parameter), the problem isn't here anymore. This is only if i stay on the edited program that a update (or a save) bring the problem.
My program is :
FXA : m_bandelays
FXB : diffchorus, in serial routing
The parameter being modulated are the Freq parameter of the delay(s), in unipolar mode between 500 and 2000Hz (Freq=500 and scale = 1500). After updating, it seems that it goes from 0 to 1500.
I've tried to modulate it directly from lfo1 or from the param1 (param1 being modulated from the lfo1) with the same result.
Hoping this can help,
July 14, 2008 at 1:54 pm #128814IDeangelisMember
I did my tests on BandDelays, patching LFO#1 to Freq1 , first delay filter. I used your values, setting freq. to 500Hz, then patching it to the lfo with scaling +1500 Hz…it correctly sweeps between 500 and 2000 Hz. Stored the preset and reloaded…works fine. I did UPDATE it on a second try and Freq 1 is now swept between 0 and 1500Hz as you reported. Looks like the Mod Block resets the min value…a bug (possibly).
On to engineers!
thanks for reporting this!
At the moment the work_around would be recreating the mod patching in the new preset and store it.
July 14, 2008 at 8:09 pm #128815
Ok, i'm glad to help you to improve this fantastic gear (even if it's a very little bit) !
All the best,
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