MATRIXSYNTH: u-he CVilization Expert Features: User Scales

Monday, January 25, 2021

u-he CVilization Expert Features: User Scales


video by u-he

"CVilization lets you record two different kinds of user-scales: ‘Basic Scales’ and ‘Volt Map Scales’. While the former divides 1 V into 12 steps and maps each to a note within an octave, the latter maps a sequence of notes (voltages) across 1 Volt, in the order they were played. 8 preset scales can be edited, replaced and saved. You can restore the original factory scales at any time. User scales open up a host of creative possibilities: You can use a CV/Gate Keyboard or other chromatic sources to play your scales. Also, you can use LFOs, envelopes, sequencers, random CVs etc. to create sophisticated self-playing patches!

00:00​ - Intro
00:14​ - User Scales: Key Features
00:35​ - Basic Scales
00:44​ - Quantization Menu: Scales
01:21​ - Setting up
01:54​ - Recording a Basic Scale
02:47​ - Playing a Basic Scale with Keyboard
03:05​ - Playing a Basic Scale with LFO
03:43​ - Playing a Basic Scale with Random CV & Sequencer
04:02​ - Volt Map Scales vs. Basic Scales
05:08​ - Recording a Volt Map Scale
05:42​ - Repetition Interval / Transposition across Octaves
06:25​ - Playing a Volt Map Scale with Keyboard
06:38​ - Playing a Volt Map Scale with LFO
07:28​ - Playing a Volt Map Scale with Static CV
07:46​ - Playing a Volt Map Scale with Random CV
08:35​ - Duophonic Patch
08:39​ - Recording Volt Map Scale for Voice 1
09:07​ - Recording Volt Map Scale for Voice 2
09:25​ - Playing Duophonic Volt Map Scale Patch with LFO
10:01​ - Global Functions Menu
10:11​ - Closing Remarks"

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