My suggestion, if possible, while in the step filter mode, for the biscuit to send and receive midi signals for the frequency pot? I know this may be a lot of midi data to handle. While I have the step filter running on the OTO in my DAW sequencer, I can still manually do a filter sweep using the filter knob for more effect. I would like to be able to record these "knob tweaks" in step mode for some automation. Is this possible?
Futureman wrote:I feel like a fool! I was feeding it 16ths from a bass synth... I guess the notes were too fast for the envelope detection, so no envelopes were being triggered on the oto. But now playing into it more slowly, I can here them now.
Yep, I still would like a faster release / decay. Even if the 'clock' knob had two halves.. First half with a slower decay, second half with a faster? That may get ugly and confusing tho..
Futureman wrote:How about a 'detune' parameter for the 3 synth waves?
It'd be cool to have them playing a fifth apart from the original signal they are tracking etc.
otomachines wrote:This one is not possible ! Biscuit has no way to know the frequency of the input signal.
It's easy to transform a sound into a sawtooth or a squarewave, even one octave below. But generating other frequencies (detune, fifths,...) needs too much processing power !
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