let´s take the performance "dirty mini". wanted to do a little "portishead" like jam with this, but why is the guitar fading in and out with the superknob?The original programmer was not interested in doing a “a little ‘portishead’ like jam”! (LOL)!
I don´t get what the programmer thought because it´s not playable like that. guitar chords are going to build the tune, what else? why would anyone want them to be cut off by the superknob?Because they are not *thinking* like you... but that’s why you purchased a programmable synthesizer! (LOL).... why you would think everyone wants to do what you would like to do is probably something you will eventually get over... it is not imperative that you do, but it probably would lower your frustration level a whole bunch if you allow that Volume control, or in this case Element Level Control, was placed on the Super Knob because THEY found it useful. If this is not what YOU want, change it! It’s easy!
so I wanted to change this and once again I can´t do it. I deleted all the superknob assigments on part 4, the guitar, and when I solo that part the superknob still produces a dirty static effect. where is this coming from when all the superknob assigments for part 4 are deleted?Threw the baby out with the bath water and still didn’t solve the problem?
the dirty vinyl effect is why I called it portishead jam... cos it sounds like that band. but still, if it is an effect on the drum why do I hear it when I solo the guitar and turn the superknob?If? I’m telling you, it’s an effect on the Drum Kit Part. When you SOLO a Part you are listening to the Stereo Out, the Part you solo is the only complete routing from Oscillator through the Filter, through Amplitude Generator ... the Returns from all of the Effects are constantly feeding the Main L&R Outputs. The Solo button solo’s what is the source Input... the 3-band EQ block, the Insertion Effects block and the 2-band EQ block all feed the Main Stereo Output at all times.
yes, well, I don´t know about the ideas of some sound programmers but I listen to a lot of music and I never hear any stuff where the chords of a guitar get cut off or where there´s a lead sound that is animated along with all the background sounds, like I find in many presets. it gets all muddy if one instrument doesn´t stand out and give the tune some character. maybe they were to eager to show off all the capabilies of the magical superknob but less is more sometimes, really, animating 8 sounds in all directions is a bit over the top and not too usefull. it would have been nice if, in their eagerness to show off the wonderknob, they would have left at least the lead sound alone in many presets (and purchased libraries, btw..), I think...Did you press the Audition button...