module for mophing

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Soundspace73
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module for mophing

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guys I would like to know if there is a module that can do the morphing between two modules of different oscillators.
how could i do such a thing?
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If by "morphing" you mean crossfade/blend, then you can use the Crossfade module (if you own VM Ignite or Core). If you only have Nucleus at your disposal you can crossfade between two sources with an 8-Step Sequencer and two Amplifiers like this:
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Soundspace73
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hi thanks for the reply
I meant morphing as it happens in a wavetable oscillator but I realize that it is perhaps not very feasible to design such a module
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On the contrary..

This is exactly what this: https://store.cherryaudio.com/modules/l ... -processor
is for. Here's a video of how it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5Wv0PferUQ

Available in mono and poly.
Included in the MRB Laboratory Bundle: https://store.cherryaudio.com/bundles/m ... ory-bundle


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MRBarton wrote: Mon Mar 20, 2023 9:58 am On the contrary..

This is exactly what this: https://store.cherryaudio.com/modules/l ... -processor
is for.

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Soundspace73 wrote: Mon Mar 20, 2023 9:20 am hi thanks for the reply
I meant morphing as it happens in a wavetable oscillator but I realize that it is perhaps not very feasible to design such a module
If it's specifically a wavetable module you're interested in then there is this:

https://store.cherryaudio.com/modules/w ... cillator-1
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Soundspace73 wrote: Mon Mar 20, 2023 9:20 am I meant morphing as it happens in a wavetable oscillator but I realize that it is perhaps not very feasible to design such a module
Thanks for the clarification. I've also seen morphing in a line of hardware synths that pioneered the use of what they called Z-plane morphing.
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I want a morph function that can morph 8 parameters like on the Nord Modular G2. It had 8 presets that you could morph all the knob/parameter ranges from low to high with when you simply held a key and select your parameter and then moved the mouse up or down or left or right it controlled the range and made it red highlighted from high to low for each of the 8 morphs. You could switch from morph set 1-8 using the 8 morph selectors.
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I believe this will do exactly what you want. Be sure to visit the MIDI tab in the LIBRARY to set knob mins and maxes. You can even have a knob go clockwise while another goes counter-clockwise to the exact destinations you want.

And instead of having 8 like on the Nord, you get 9! See? One louder. And you can morph any number of knobs at a time.

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My short "term" memory got termites. My mistake. Thanks for the tip.
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