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Author Topic: More than one keyboard source in the modulation matrix  (Read 171 times)

mery

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More than one keyboard source in the modulation matrix
« on: November 24, 2022, 10:43:46 pm »
I find it quite restrictive to have to choose between Kbd Src Linear, Voices and Random, the three being so different and useful. Maybe you can do something with the Matrix knob for each destination ?  Please :)
« Last Edit: November 26, 2022, 08:53:00 am by mery »

Matthieu_Arturia

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Re: More than one keyboard source in the modulation matrix
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2022, 09:06:13 am »
Hello mery,
I'm not sure we can have all sources at the same time.
The different options are a way we interpret the keyboard messages.
Also, i don't see how we could select different options in the Matrix in an elegant way.
I've forwarded your request to have more info.
Kind regards.

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mikejarod

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Re: More than one keyboard source in the modulation matrix
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2022, 06:17:58 pm »
Question about Keyboard Src Random.
At the moment for me this is the best way I know of to get a little randomization on any parameter with every different note.
I prefer not to use LFO's for "small randomization".
Do I understand correctly that if I assign Keyboard Src Random to multiple parameters, they all get the same value (depending on the amount/range/depth ?
So lets say I assign Keyboard Src Random to filter cutoff and to amp attack for the same amount/range/depth, and the random generated value is say "+5",  both parameters get "+5"?
If yes, can you please consider a Keyboard Src Random mode that can have a different value for every assigned parameter?
I hope you understand me :)

 

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