In the current master, all the PadSynth context is now available with, as
usual, context sensitive help - do remember to use 'apply' after making any
changes here, as this actually generates the wavetables.
There are still two more editor sections left to do, 'AddSynth Voice', and
'Waveform'. Both of these are quite complex with a very large number of
controls. At present you can at least set the basic shapes of the waveform, and
its main harmonics (that was done a little while ago).
An astute observer will note that quite a few CLI responses are different to the
commands you actually use. This is because those responses were set up a long
time ago and match the GUI names and actions. The controls being implemented now
are focused entirely on CLI use and wherever possible reduce the ambiguity of
same name controls - of which there are a depressingly high number!
At some future date, I want to produce a proper text manager where the whole
lot can be unified. It's all got much bigger than I ever expected :(
On an unrelated point, The Synthfest video that's been put on-line, is almost
entirely visual. I've asked the organisers if there is any possibility of an
official audio account being put up.
Will J Godfrey
Say you have a poem and I have a tune.
Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.
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