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Zap13

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Monday, April 26th 2010, 2:09am

another vote for Osc 1, 2 & 3 fine detune +/- 50 cents

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Tuesday, April 27th 2010, 9:51am

another vote for Osc 1, 2 & 3 fine detune +/- 50
+1

I think it would also be nice to see frequency values on the filter readout as opposed to 0 - 127.

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Tuesday, April 27th 2010, 5:35pm

another vote for Osc 1, 2 & 3 fine detune +/- 50
+1

I think it would also be nice to see frequency values on the filter readout as opposed to 0 - 127.


I think they have been slowly phasing this kind of thing in... If you look at the FX wet/dry controls now, they show dB for wet/dry rather than the old 0-127 they had...

The only drawback is that in my performances I knew where to turn things on the range 0-127, so i had to learn them again (and I didn't actually know the corresponding value, I just had to guess by ear).

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Thursday, April 29th 2010, 3:10am

Preset Manager functions like compare presets and look for duplicates. :rolleyes:

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Sunday, May 9th 2010, 12:43am

I think it would also be nice to see frequency values on the filter readout as opposed to 0 - 127.[/quote]

+1

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Wednesday, May 12th 2010, 10:48am

I think it would be better to update the Virus HW to a much more powerful DSP first.

The many great suggestions here will turn the current Virus TI / TI2 into a "lame" synth far too expensive per voice / note compared to other solutions... The concept needs more air to breathe again and better interfacing like USB 3 and Firewire...

In times of economical crisis and everyone saving any buck wherever possible I doubt all this will happen soon... :(

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Tuesday, June 1st 2010, 8:18pm

+1 on the "split" filter - routing osc to filter A OR B
Also i would appreciate a way to call up the multi's made in standalone mode in the plugin, mainly for store/recall purpose.

*edit*

looks like the multi thing is a big request but not possible in VC but possibly in the control center? I hope you guys can make this work ...

*edit 29/6*

possibility to send parameters out of mod matrix to external midi devices; lfo, envelopes and arp to mod come to mind

This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "Hecticcc" (Jun 29th 2010, 10:14pm)


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Wednesday, June 2nd 2010, 1:48pm

Sometimes when using sounds that have no phase init and no osc sync, a click is heard because the osc doesn't start at a zero crossing.
Maybe a function that filters that out the click or gives a small att env to that osc.

In unison it is not completly clear to me what LFO phase does. Mostof the time it doens't alter the sound very much. Wouldn't a function that delays one side of the unison voices be great? Positive an negative value so you get the effect of ADT (automatic double tracking)

The rest of the requests are great too (particular the third evelope)

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Wednesday, June 2nd 2010, 2:08pm

Sometimes when using sounds that have no phase init and no osc sync, a click is heard because the osc doesn't start at a zero crossing.
Maybe a function that filters that out the click or gives a small att env to that osc.


Just turn up the attack a little bit (in the range 0-32 i guess) - or play with the punch setting for the oscillator.

In unison it is not completly clear to me what LFO phase does. Mostof the time it doens't alter the sound very much. Wouldn't a function that delays one side of the unison voices be great? Positive an negative value so you get the effect of ADT (automatic double tracking)

The rest of the requests are great too (particular the third evelope)


LFO phase makes the phase of the lfo for different unison instances out of phase - so if you have something like a pitch variation from one of the LFOs, the pitch variation will be out of time compared to the other copies in the unison (so it sounds more like unison rather than every voice varying its pitch in exactly the same way at exactly the same time). The detune and stereo spread controls on the unison already gives you a pretty good double tracking effect... having said this I have myself asked for a flanger/doubler type mode on the chorus effect...

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Wednesday, June 2nd 2010, 9:52pm

MULTI MODE EDITING, LOADING AND RECALL IN VC!!

I know I am not the only one 'Needing' this.

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