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Old 11-05-2016, 11:51 AM
zimbo zimbo is offline
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Default how to realize crossfades (cv and/or audio)

hi,

anybody ever managed to realized crossfades etqueen two cv sources or audio signals modulated by a singe cv? i tried via paramod feeding using a faders cv in both inputs, than choosing level 1 and 2 of a cvmixer- than flipping minimum and maximum value at one of the destinations- result is that the second (flipped) level always stays zero.

is there any way to reverse the value curves on certain parameters? any way i don't see? i used scope modular for a while and get really used to work with crossfades a lot- so any idea how to realize than is very welcome...

will just go to the feature requests and ask for a crossfade model..

zimbo
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Old 11-07-2016, 07:12 AM
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If you have pro version, unary op module will be your friend. route your signal to input, choose negate operator and output your inverted signal and enjoy !

if you do not have pro version, you probably could use scale/offset module...
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Old 11-13-2016, 06:25 PM
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Thanks! I have the pro Versionsnummer, but just sneaking in Ägäis After Spears of absense. Wanst Award of this - nötig schüre if it Existenz in N3.. But yes, thanks Again!
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Old 11-14-2016, 05:31 AM
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Ups, i should definately switch off german autocorrection.. And also read what i wrote... So thanks- i wasnt even aware of unary modul- lot new things to discover- just using numerology for a few days after 5 years.
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