Moog One SOURCE Requests

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Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by _DemonDan_ » Wed Oct 10, 2018 3:14 pm

Add your Moog One MOD SOURCE requests here.

I have no authority to say they'll be implemented.

But they will all be in one place.
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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by _DemonDan_ » Wed Oct 10, 2018 3:18 pm

MC wrote:Please provide Voice Count (contiguous voices per timbre: 1-16 or 1-8) as a modulation source.
It serves as a way to vary a parameter per voice.

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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by MC » Wed Oct 10, 2018 3:56 pm

Did I write voice count? I meant voice number.
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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by drogoff » Wed Oct 10, 2018 4:15 pm

MC wrote:Did I write voice count? I meant voice number.


Actually, both could be really useful. Simple example: lower the level the more notes played to help even out the volume. Another: reduce the detune the more notes played.

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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by drogoff » Wed Oct 10, 2018 4:21 pm

Mono/legato gate. Some uses with this triggering env 3:

1) model Hammond organ percussion
2) model Yamaha CS60/80 ring-mod envelope

Related to this: trigger envelope on key up:
1) Clavinet sticky pad sound
2) Harpsichord key-up jack sound

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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by MC » Wed Oct 10, 2018 4:24 pm

MIDI controllers. Not the entire set - basic stuff like pedal controller, sustain pedal, breath control.
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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by Marzzz » Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:09 pm

Not to overemphasize the point, but I have multiple MIDI controllers that transmit polyaftertouch, would like to see PolyAT response over MIDI implemented as soon as possible please.

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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by MC » Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:05 pm

^ polyAT big WANT!!!
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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by _DemonDan_ » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:07 am

MC wrote:Did I write voice count? I meant voice number.

Hi MC, my bad. I missed what you were asking for.

So you're talking about a value that represents which particular voice card of the 16 (or 8 ) voice cards is firing as a modulation source?
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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by Quatschmacher » Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:02 am

drogoff wrote:
Related to this: trigger envelope on key up:
1) Clavinet sticky pad sound
2) Harpsichord key-up jack sound

David


I’ve managed to get this effect on my Subsequent by having the filter EG release time be shorter than the amp EG release time.

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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by PhilAiken » Fri Oct 12, 2018 9:38 am

_DemonDan_ wrote:
MC wrote:Did I write voice count? I meant voice number.

Hi MC, my bad. I missed what you were asking for.

So you're talking about a value that represents which particular voice card of the 16 (or 8 ) voice cards is firing as a modulation source?


The Deepmind has this capability and it is useful doing things like having lfo speed per note be quasi-random.
Another nice feature to appropriate from the Deepmind is to have Unison Voice number as a modulation source. So if you are playing in Unison with say 4 voices, each voice can be panned/pitchshifted/etc. depending on which voice it is within the Unison.

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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by MC » Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:06 am

_DemonDan_ wrote:
MC wrote:Did I write voice count? I meant voice number.

Hi MC, my bad. I missed what you were asking for.

So you're talking about a value that represents which particular voice card of the 16 (or 8 ) voice cards is firing as a modulation source?


Yes!
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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by psionic11 » Sun Oct 14, 2018 10:08 am

Source A + Source B = new Source result

Source A * Source B = new Source result

A very useful modulation parameter or feature from Korg workstations is AMS. This allows you to add or multiply 2 sources to get a resulting source parameter.

For example, let's say you want a certain type of vibrato which fades in slowly, reaches max vibrato, then fades out back to the sustained pitch. But, you want this to occur periodically, once every other half second.

To do this, you need 2 sources. One is the normal triangle LFO with fade in and out assigned to osc pitch.

The second source is a slow square LFO with its rate set to a half second. While the pulse is on, the triangle wave LFO gets applied. But when the pulse is 0, no triangle LFO is applied; the original note pitch sounds.

The result is a periodic vibrato.

Other possible applications of this include:

The fading sound of a police or ambulance siren as it approaches then passes by into the distance (Doppler Effect)

A falling filter rez sweep consisting of repeating ramp ups.

Exponential velocity / after touch / etc

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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by jmcecil » Sun Oct 14, 2018 11:10 am

drogoff wrote:Mono/legato gate. Some uses with this triggering env 3:

1) model Hammond organ percussion
2) model Yamaha CS60/80 ring-mod envelope

Related to this: trigger envelope on key up:
1) Clavinet sticky pad sound
2) Harpsichord key-up jack sound

David

I was going to say release velocity. But a simple key up gate would probably be fine in most cases.

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Re: Moog One SOURCE Requests

Post by drogoff » Sun Oct 14, 2018 4:17 pm

jmcecil wrote:
drogoff wrote:Mono/legato gate. Some uses with this triggering env 3:

1) model Hammond organ percussion
2) model Yamaha CS60/80 ring-mod envelope

Related to this: trigger envelope on key up:
1) Clavinet sticky pad sound
2) Harpsichord key-up jack sound

David

I was going to say release velocity. But a simple key up gate would probably be fine in most cases.


Actually, that would be useful, too in order to modulate the time and amount of the envelope.

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