Hi all .
I am absoluly loving cyclone but still have 2 obstacles to overcome before fully masering it .
The first one is how to save ( non fxp ) set-ups and (recorded )samples.
Cyclone reports a disk protected message and ask for a new disk insert ..which leaves me questioned as to which disk I should load .
Should I just create a blank image file with disk bakker ?
Secondly and this one is a bit harder , is how to use cyclone multitimbral
I have no problems making voice edits with muliple sample groups for layering or drumkits etc.. and most of the time I just stay in that menu , and just load a new instance of cyclone for mutlitimbral use , but this is holding me back from fully masering it .
One step higher in the hierachy is the perform edit and this is where individual midi channels are assigned .
No problem either doing that , but I just can't get cyclone to play multimbral
cheers ..and what an amzing piece of software ...
O.K. I managed to solve the first question
Just baking an empty disk and saving onto that ,, but this brings up another question .
It means we're always dependent on the online disk bakker to create empty disks , is there another way to do this ?
Alos anoher question , even if the lfo is not assigned to pitch in the mod table , increasing the lfo's amplitude settings ( in the lfo tab ) is still affecting pitch .
It can't get the lfo to just modulate the filter freuency without affecting pitch , since settings the lfo amplitude to zero also affect the filter amount ( or better lack off )
This means the lfo is hardwired to picth ?
No one ?
Still struggling to get one instance of cyclone to receive on different midi channels , iow multitimbral
All right I found it ,
It's in the performance set-up group parameter
Do you know how to access the types of filters, for example the lowpass or the highpass filter?
Yes , go into voice edit , press +1 to go to filter dialogue , press right arrow to move to filter type
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