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Chrispy6 2012-10-01 17:53

Add HP filter to ECF-42
 
Anyone else been wanting this?

rogerlevy 2012-10-01 18:00

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Originally Posted by Chrispy6 (Post 1147523)
Anyone else been wanting this?

i do, but i don't think it's possible for Props to add any "modes" to any of their devices, because of the way CV / combi controls map to them. think about it ... if 100% means "bandpass" now, but after the update 100% means "highpass" while 75% means "bandpass", songs will break. They would have to add a compatibility switch and it opens up a can of worms. so unfortunately we're stuck with it the way it is.

eXode 2012-10-01 19:16

Not really. The HP filter in the SSL. Thor, Alligator and Pulveriser are more than enough. Imho.

Recurse 2012-10-01 19:17

I really wanted this too, until someone pointed out that the Pulverizer has a HPF in it. Woo!

rogerlevy 2012-10-01 19:42

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Originally Posted by Recurse (Post 1147588)
I really wanted this too, until someone pointed out that the Pulverizer has a HPF in it. Woo!

haha, word? I didn't even realize this. I totally underuse the Pulv.

Chrispy6 2012-10-01 20:05

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Originally Posted by rogerlevy (Post 1147527)
i do, but i don't think it's possible for Props to add any "modes" to any of their devices, because of the way CV / combi controls map to them. think about it ... if 100% means "bandpass" now, but after the update 100% means "highpass" while 75% means "bandpass", songs will break. They would have to add a compatibility switch and it opens up a can of worms. so unfortunately we're stuck with it the way it is.

Hmm. I see the issue. How did they get around this with Dr. Octo Rex?

I'm aware of other HP options, and I usually use the stereo imager and the SSL HP. But sometimes it would be nice to have a simple envelope controllable HP filter without opening a synth


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