I am not considering per voice at all since we don't have that
On 26/09/11 05:08 AM, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
"Once any parameter becomes 'voltage controlled'..."
It's still a parameter a user might want to set manually if it's not
being "voltage controlled", and it's still a parameter that should be
presented sensibly in a non-modular host like a DAW or effects rack.
> Because if you start to analyse these things (and
>> I think there is more overlap between these cases than this implies, or
> There is another thing missing in current synthesis hosts
Ingen allows the user to set each module as either polyphonic or not.
Mixing down is done wherever necessary (i.e. wherever a poly output is
connected to a mono input). I think maybe this is a bit more fine
grained than is useful though, and have considered having a single
well-defined (internal) module that mixes down as you've described, or
maybe just not allowing poly and mono in a single patch at all... Making
sure things like reverb etc. are put after the polyphonic stuff is a
user decision in either case, though.
With respect to plugins, supporting poly/multichannel would inherently
be a per-port thing, i.e. specific port(s) would be labeled as
polyphonic, or multi-channel, so I don't think such a plugin would cause
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