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    • #113067
      baloo
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      Is there a way I can add a new type of parameter to a knob?  For instance I would like to have the Blackhole setting go to infinite, but Size, gravity etc don’t allow for it.  Could not find this in the manuals.  

    • #141702
      gkellum
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      I'm not 100% sure I'm understanding correctly.  Blackhole's Size parameter goes from 0 to 100.  You'd like it to go from 0 to Infinity instead?  There's not a way to do that…  Our DSP engineers spend a lot of time tweaking the parameters to make sure that they remain stable across their bounds, that they don't click when changed, etc.  Actually, this seems to be what takes up the majority of the time in developing a new algorithm.  So, we constrain parameters to bounds that we know are going to work well.

      • #141704
        baloo
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        gkellum wrote:

        I’m not 100% sure I’m understanding correctly.  Blackhole’s Size parameter goes from 0 to 100.  You’d like it to go from 0 to Infinity instead?  There’s not a way to do that…  Our DSP engineers spend a lot of time tweaking the parameters to make sure that they remain stable across their bounds, that they don’t click when changed, etc.  Actually, this seems to be what takes up the majority of the time in developing a new algorithm.  So, we constrain parameters to bounds that we know are going to work well.

         

        To clairfy I meant something like changing the Blackhole’s size paramter to a A-Pitch paramter etc   Or maybe have an Infinite parameter on the Shimmer preset.  

    • #141715
      wedelich
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      If all you want to do is INF or FREEZE on Blackhole or Shimmer, those options are actually on the feedback knobs (bottom row, 2nd from right).  Blackhole will go into inf feedback, and Shimmer will either freeze just the pitch or pitch+verb.  But in general, no, it's not possible to use a parameter from one algorithm on another algorithm, they're completely and totally separate processes.  

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