[LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby khz » Sat Dec 07, 2019 6:02 pm

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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby khz » Sat Dec 07, 2019 9:42 pm

Wish: Add an Attack (and a Decay) to the left of Sustain (and a Release to the right). :D
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby merlyn » Mon Dec 09, 2019 12:05 am

I compiled XPolymonk on Arch and it works. The image on this one is good too :)

Occaisonally the dynamic response seems strange -- the volume is louder or quieter than I was expecting given how hard I played. Something to do with note velocity and how that translates to the volume of the output.

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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby khz » Thu Dec 12, 2019 3:45 pm

merlyn wrote:Occaisonally the dynamic response seems strange -- the volume is louder or quieter than I was expecting given how hard I played. Something to do with note velocity and how that translates to the volume of the output.

That's right, I also noticed that when playing the instruments.
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby tramp » Sun Dec 22, 2019 8:09 am

merlyn wrote:Occaisonally the dynamic response seems strange -- the volume is louder or quieter than I was expecting given how hard I played. Something to do with note velocity and how that translates to the volume of the output.


There may be a issue with my poly voice implementation. I've now moved the compressor behind the delay, that will reduce the dynamics a bit.
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby khz » Sun Dec 22, 2019 10:12 pm

Sounds great! :D
tramp wrote:To give a bit more control for the gain I've added now support for velocity, so you could control the gain with your midi controller.

The gain control is influenced by the velocity of the piano keyboard? I don't find that musically meaningful. :?:
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby tramp » Mon Dec 23, 2019 5:02 am

khz wrote:The gain control is influenced by the velocity of the piano keyboard? I don't find that musically meaningful. :?:


Ah, now I understand. Indeed, that was wrong implemented. I've pushed a fix now to the repository.
Also, I enabled now 12 voices instead 6 before.
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby khz » Mon Dec 23, 2019 11:26 am

Ta! :D Thank you very much! 8)
The two singers/instruments sound good and are now easy to play.

Now add
khz wrote:Wish: Add an Attack (and a Decay) to the left of Sustain (and a Release to the right). :D

and the singers are even more natural - amaze. :wink:<EDIT>
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby tramp » Tue Dec 24, 2019 7:00 am

khz wrote:Now add

khz wrote:
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Okay, done.
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby khz » Tue Dec 24, 2019 9:16 am

Space Orbiter Choir. 8)
The ASR would also be musically good for the Xmonk!
@Sustain: If it is set above 50% you have continuous tones.

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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby bluebell » Tue Dec 24, 2019 9:30 am

tramp wrote:
khz wrote:Now add

khz wrote:
Wish: Add an Attack (and a Decay) to the left of Sustain (and a Release to the right). :D


Okay, done.
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby tramp » Tue Dec 24, 2019 9:59 am

khz wrote:Space Orbiter Choir. 8)
The ASR would also be musically good for the Xmonk!
@Sustain: If it is set above 50% you have continuous tones.

# Happy Christmas.


@Sustain, it depend on the release time, when you set release time to 0.5 (64) the sustain beehive like before. When you set release time longer, the swell done from sustain will increase, up to a point were it goes continue. But, play a new note, will replace the old one in 12. order.

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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby tramp » Wed Dec 25, 2019 9:47 am

khz wrote:@Sustain: If it is set above 50% you have continuous tones.


Okay, after thinking about it a bit, I noticed that even the implementation of sustain was wrong.
I've fixed that now, so that you get continues sound only when set to 1 (127) the release now is insert after the sustain, as it should be.
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby bluebell » Wed Dec 25, 2019 2:06 pm

This change breaks it. Sound doesn't stop and doesn't react to played notes properly.
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Re: [LAA] Xmonk.lv2 a little sound generator

Postby tramp » Wed Dec 25, 2019 4:30 pm

Oh, thanks for report, I've revert the last commit.
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