Warmonger wrote:I tried to use to blend only 3 oscillators, but always one of them has a value set to 0. Is there a possibility to make the curve wider, so it could cover all 3 outputs?
Are you asking about the module "in general" or specifically about billv's osc? If it's billv's then I can't help you (I love
his work but am baffled by his methods!). If you are just speaking in general terms, I can help. I think I have a tendency to be a little "cryptic" in some of the explanations I put up with my examples. I think this is just a result of having stared at the details of these things for too long while working and focusing in on them instead of the general "big picture" of the project. So here is a step by step little guide to implement this thing:
1. Figure out how many outputs you need.
2. Go into the module and make sure there is one of the modules called "first" there. Then add as many of the "add-on" modules as you will need to have a total of desired outputs. (So, if you need three outputs, you'll want one "first" and two "add-on"s).
3. Once you have chained together all of the modules (as in the example), go to the front panel of the main module and hit the little "P" button.
4. You will see an input box called "number of entries". Enter the total amount of modules there. (3 in our example).
5. Right below that, there is an input box called "mid value". This sets the "width" of the curves. The number you enter here represents the value where the curves "overlap". This must be less than 1 and greater than 0. Higher values result in "wider" curves and lower values result in "narrower" curves.
6. Now because you can vary the width, the sum
of the individual curves will not always be equal. Depending on the width, the sum will either max out at the exact peaks of the curves (if the width is narrow) or at the exact midpoints (if the width is wide). You have the option of "normalizing" the gain of the curve to either of these points. From the drop down list labeled "normalize", chose either "to peaks" or "to midpoints". If you just want each curve to peak at one, then select "none" and there will be no gain adjustment.
7. Okay, now you have the shape and gain of the curves set. So you must
click the "create" button. This builds the curves.
8. The last two options "start angle" and "sensitivity" just configure the GUI of the knob and should be pretty self explanatory.
I hope that helps out. If you need me to clarify anything just ask (you can PM me if you want).