Well Voice Start Modulators are doing exactly this and you can hook up one of those on every modulation target you suggest. You can also write script processors that work as voice start modulator in case you want to customize this even further.
Would basically open up the doorway to all sorts of predictive stuff, especially legato... but because midi is how it is, nothing's really cracked it yet. There are a few things using stuff like "learn" function, but I've had nothing but trouble with this when working with cues that have even one or two time signature changes or last longer than five minutes...
Yes, the synthesiser group is fun, however I have written this module a while back and never actually used it so it might be a bit unstable (there were a lot of changes and if things are not regularly used they start getting buggy. Let me know when you encounter crashes there - curiously a similar request came up yesterday on another project.
Hey Christoph !
Thanks for your quick reply !
I just added a velocity modulator and it worked perfectly !
The pan is just how the note is in the space like left, right. I tried to load a StereoFX but yeah it crashed, so I'll learn how to compile the source when I'll have some time.
I can't reproduce this crash with the latest versions, and it's impossible to fish in the dark with issues like this (I assume it's still the deadlock, but please hook up the debugger to confirm this).
I've made some tiny changes that decreases the duration that the locks are held, maybe this fixes something.
Well since I do have a few Wavetable synths on the market, I would say that the standard is to a single cycle with a Factor of 2 (4096). Every software on the market uses this standard, i.e. Serum, Falcon, MachFive, and all of the big ones. The issue with this standard is that no one has the algorithm to convert a single cycle into a 4096 sample. Then they do band-limiting. Here is pretty much the standard code here: http://www.earlevel.com/main/category/digital-audio/oscillators/wavetable-oscillators/.
Although Chris' method will yield better sounds and results, it is not the standard as far as wavetables go.