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What is the range on the (correction: UNISon) detune?

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Can you get a sub-oscillator out of it with 1 detuned wave at an octave? :)

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    Yes certainly. The range is 96 semitones :p

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    @Icoustik said:
    Yes certainly. The range is 96 semitones :p

    Apologies, I was meaning in the VOICE -> UNISon setting, not just the OSC tune.

    i.e. Could you create a sub-oscillator with NUM=2 and UNISon=-12 ???

    (Yes, I know this is getting hacky... but you never know.)

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    I think the unison detune amount only goes 0-50. I dont think it gives you an option to choose up or down detuning.

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    Nah, like Mafoo said it doesn't detune like that.

    But if that's what you want you might as well just resample a waveform with a sub-osc then use that as wavetable/ single-cycle waveform. It'll save CPU too.

    You can resample from the start of a sound by holding Rec then pressing an audition pad.

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    @Icoustik said:
    But if that's what you want you might as well just resample a waveform with a sub-osc then use that as wavetable/ single-cycle waveform. It'll save CPU too.

    You can resample from the start of a sound by holding Rec then pressing an audition pad.

    Thanks, this is a great on-the-fly solution!

    Is adjusting the start/end points to get a smooth loop at a zero-crossing manageable?

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    Yes :) You can also apply small fades to the sample with the envelope settings.
    With the new waveform view coming in version 2.1 it'll be even better !

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