I will post some help files so people can get an idea of what Brownian Sequencing is for sure. I just tested the Sequential Synth and ALL the modulations tweak the sounds LFO to volume, TO pitch and to sequencer behave kind of like we expect.
Try to remember for this project the synths have been left “open-ended” so we can add and effects that we like and want to explore and i spent almost an entire month thinking that the 60 generators that are built into the Fluidsynth would actually do what they say and from 60 i found about 4 or 5 that actually DO STUFF. But that is the nature of development i guess. Lots of work for not alot of return. And i always try to remember that i have been with these instruments for several weeks and you are all just getting them today.
So for example today i updated All of the synths so that when you load a sound font [either by pressing Aux1 or footswitch] it pauses the audio for a moment . I like triggering the next soundfont with the footswitch instead of navigating back to Page1, So in about a week with some updates we should have 5 very usable sound design tools that give us really nice emulations of Classic Analog Synths. So yes, i agree They will change a bit menu wise and maybe replace some effects, lose some parameters – add a few new ones based on what people want to do with them, add different reverbs, filters and ADSRs.
Today is my birthday so i am going to take a break for the rest of the day but my gift is reviving synths i think sound pretty damn good. [i for one can’t stop playing with them] and i cannot tell you how much fun [and work] it has been curating about 40 GB of soundfonts! ahahaha.
I will look for a cool ADSR, maybe a different SVF or VCF depending and i’ll pull down clouds to see what we can use for pushing these over the top.