MATRIXSYNTH: Rossum Electro Music Assimil8or Multi-Timbral Phase Modulation Sampler 2.0 Software: Channel Explode

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Rossum Electro Music Assimil8or Multi-Timbral Phase Modulation Sampler 2.0 Software: Channel Explode


Published on Dec 19, 2019 Rossum Electro-Music

"Assimil8or Software v2.00 has been released. Check the Downloads tab at the link above for details.

2.00 New Features Guide: http://www.rossum-electro.com/fqlzron...

Channel Operations Menu

When on the Channels page, double-click the DATA1 encoder to bring up a popup menu containing channel operations:

Cancel: Pretty self-evident

Explode (2-8): Automatically duplicates the current channel’s sample into the selected number of channels and sets the sample and loop start and end points to successive even fractions of the entire sample. So, in effect, divides the sample into “x” equal hunks and automatically assigns them to successive channels. Great for splitting precisely edited loops into individual beats or phrases and accessing them on a channel by channel basis. It works on multiple zones simultaneously and also edits the right side if the sample is stereo.

Here’s how:

Use DATA1 to highlight the Explode menu
option and use DATA2 to select the number
of channels to explode into. Then click DATA1
to explode.

NOTE: The maximum number of
selectable channels will be defined by the
channel number of the source sample and
whether it is a mono or stereo sample.

Some examples:

A mono sample in channel 1 will allow 2-8.

A stereo sample in channel 1+2 will allow
2-4.

A mono sample in channel 4 will allow 2-5.

A stereo sample in channel 5+6 will only
allow 2.

Chop (2–8) works exactly like explode, but
uses transients to determine the chop points.

New Zone Selection Types

Two new Zone Selection types have been
added to the Zone Selection popup:

Advance: Each new trigger causes the next
zone in numerical order to be selected (the
assigned CV is ignored). Zone 8 wraps around
to Zone 1.

Random: Each new trigger causes a random
zone in numerical order to be selected (again,
the assigned CV is ignored).

NOTE: If a preset created in software 2.0
that uses either Advance or Random
is loaded into an Assimil8or running 1.XX,
selection type “Continuous” will be used."

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