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Voice delay in Patch mode?

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Dr.Synth
Please consider a delay setting for Voices within a patch that allow for setting how long it takes for the Voice to play after note on.

Would be really nice if could be either "time" mode (range like 0-0.25 sec in 0.005 sec increments - useful for stereo imaging)

Also consider a 'MIDI Clock" mode selectable from 1/64th notes to whole notes (including the triplets), Useful for single key glissando. Maybe even an additional Multiplier parameter to create a pseudo appergiator - Example choose 1/8 note, set multiplier value=1 plays the downbeat, multplier=2 plays the 1st eighth note after the downbeat, multiplier=3 plays on the upbeat (first quarter note) up on thru multipler=8 plays the last eighth note of a one-bar 8 note pattern, etc.

Manny
KODAMO
Have you explored the Voice Sequencer ? It allows to do exactly what you're asking for (delaying voices within a patch) and more things like re-triggering a layer with different pitches.

Also consider a 'MIDI Clock" mode selectable from 1/64th notes to whole notes (including the triplets), Useful for single key glissando.

Are you talking about a MIDI clock sync for portamento time? (instead of having an arbitrary value for its speed?)

Maybe even an additional Multiplier parameter to create a pseudo appergiator - Example choose 1/8 note, set multiplier value=1 plays the downbeat, multplier=2 plays the 1st eighth note after the downbeat, multiplier=3 plays on the upbeat (first quarter note) up on thru multipler=8 plays the last eighth note of a one-bar 8 note pattern, etc.

I'm not sure we're talking about the same thing, but you can do some arpeggio-like effects using the Pitch Envelope. With the 6 points you can create a stair-shaped envelope that will play the notes you want. You can then synchronize the envelope speed to MIDI clock, but envelope times aren't calibrated to any real tempo value so the right speeds need to be found by experimentation
Dr.Synth
Ah, good, thank you!

That does almost everything of what I need, my apologies for not exploring that first!

Manny

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