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Wish System-wide modifiers

yek

Moderator
Moderator
I posted this previously in a thread by Leon Todd.

Instead of having to assign modifier sources per preset, let’s have the processor generate a list of ALL modifiable parameters, and allow us to assign a modifier source to those parameters.

This would be systemwide modifiers, avoiding the need to edit each preset individually. Similar to assigning MIDI CCs.
 
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Patzag

Fractal Fanatic
+1
It would also make it very easy to change a batch of presets bought from a 3rd party or the factory presets. Ie: Wah assigned to External 1 in all presets but I use Ext 3. For example.
 

DLC86

Forum Addict
I don't like this idea (if I got it right) cuz it will be way less flexible than it is now.

Let's say you want to attach the "control" parameter of the wah block to an expression pedal in one preset and to the envelope follower in another preset (to make an auto-wah), with this implementation it wouldn't be possible.
 

yek

Moderator
Moderator
Bumping this and breathing new life into the idea because of the Perform screens.

It’s so easy now to add a Delay Feedback control to Perform.

I’d love a similar simple approach to attach an external controller to Delay Feedback in every preset, without having to edit the Delay block in each preset.
 

Rex

Legend!
Bumping this and breathing new life into the idea because of the Perform screens.

It’s so easy now to add a Delay Feedback control to Perform.

I’d love a similar simple approach to attach an external controller to Delay Feedback in every preset, without having to edit the Delay block in each preset.
Maybe just a blanket ability to attach a modifier to a Perform control.
 
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