Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Single Channel Test on Novation Circuit
Published on Aug 17, 2016 pselodux
"Here's a quick experiment; I got the idea from my nanoloop work—and chiptunes in general—where one channel can handle a lot of different sounds at once.
The parameter changes aren't quite as instant as I thought they'd be, so I've tried to hack it by adjusting some of the parameters on the step before they're supposed to sound in full. This does result in some "leaks", but it's an interesting effect :D
The custom patch for this can be found here:
Macro controls are as follows:
1: at 0, enable melodic sound osc 2; 1–127 is for bassdrum/percussion osc 1, with varying amounts of pitch envelope modulation
2: Noise level, for snare
3: Cutoff for noise/osc 2
4: Resonance and filter envelope amount for noise/osc 2
5: Amplitude decay/release
6: Wave index for osc 2—analog tri/saw preset
7: Ring mod amount
8: Chorus level"