Re: [LAU] Keystroke or MIDI-controlled reverb/flange/etc. filter capability?

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To: Jonathan E. Brickman <jeb@...>
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Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - 8:05 am

Hello Jonathan!
I might suggest Nama. As long as the effects have a depth setting, which can
be set to 0 you can either control them via MIDI or via short commands:
mfx D 4 0
We haven't got a single effect bypass yet and I think it would involve
stopping the engine for a short moment.
As for the commands, once you've got a session all ready to run, you can
easily create scripts or custom commands, which can shorten the commands to
one or two letter combinations. It would be absolutely trivial and straight
forward.
I hope that helps.
Warm regards
Julien

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[LAU] Keystroke or MIDI-controlled reverb/flange/etc. filter..., Jonathan E. Brickman, (Wed Nov 30, 4:27 am)
Re: [LAU] Keystroke or MIDI-controlled reverb/flange/etc. fi..., Julien Claassen, (Wed Nov 30, 8:05 am)