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Roby31

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Thursday, November 4th 2010, 12:40pm

That's another option I used on some patches but as you stated, it forces you to use the pulse on one osc. Looking forward to listen to that new soundset of yours...hoping it doesn't come out with a new model :P

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Thursday, November 4th 2010, 7:31pm

Ah ok...
Now, another solution would be to use the Osc Balance, because it seems that the crossfade is not linear but in curve : I experienced it by reduce the OSC 2 to silence (with your method !) and regarding a VU-meter : the sound of OSC 1 goes from 0 to 80% (OSC balance from +100% to 0) and from 80% to 100% when balance goes from 0 to -100%.
Thus, by moving the OSC from 0 to +100%, OSC 1 disapears with a linear decay and OSC remains, with a little more presence. Now I must search how to move OSC Balance half way and not full way...

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Friday, November 5th 2010, 6:35am

A smaller amount of modulation, with trial and error to decide how much you have to apply in order for the sound to be what you want

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Friday, November 5th 2010, 7:56am

set osc 2 pw on square wave to full (basically mute the osc as ben said)
then use osc 3 volume and osc balance......bingo

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Saturday, November 6th 2010, 11:21am

Oh yes, Woodster77 !
The Virus TI is really a synth to train our brain !
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