Using Sliderpack to control Polyphonic Filter doesn't work



  • Hi everyone,

    I have a bug that I really don't know how to fix.
    I want to use a Sliderpack that will be attached to every note on the keyboard.

    The sliderpack will then control the polyphonic filter and every time you press on a new note, the filter changes.

    The problem is, the filter then changes for every note that was already pressed not for every note independently.

    Is there a way to control the polyphonic filter for each note event?



  • Which parameter of the filter do you want to change? And what will the change be?

    BTW, where do you see polyphonic filter? I only see mono filter.



  • Oh I see what it does. There is only one filter and it automatically decides between poly/mono based on the modulators you assign to its parameters. If you assign the note number modulator to the frequency parameter for example then it will be polyphonic. I assume you could then link your sliderpack to the note number mod.

    Edit: I assumed wrong! @Christoph-Hart Could we get the ability to use referToData with the note number mod, or somehow be able to treat it like a slider pack? We can currently use it as a table processor but this seems to be very messy when accessing all 127 keys.



  • @d-healey
    I want to control the Frequency.

    But you are right! I didn't thought of using the NoteNumber Modulator to control each note. Though, is there a really easy way to export a Sliderpack's data to the NoteNumber Modulator ? Or maybe change one key at a time?



  • @Alex-Paradis I've only been able to control it as a table processor with the addTablePoint command, but it's really messy so I don't think it's a good way to go (but try it and see).



  • @d-healey

    How do you do it? Do you have a Snippet?

    I am trying on my own and it's weird πŸ˜• . it doesn't really work.



  • Something like this, but as I say it's messy (and probably won't work properly).

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  • Use the ArrayModulator instead itβ€˜s basically a SliderPack mapped to the notenumber.



  • @Christoph-Hart @d-healey

    Thanks a lot, I can't believe I overlooked the Array Modulator all this time.

    Everything works now using it πŸ™‚

    See ya!



  • Yeah, I added this after the note-number modulator which is what you might expect to do the job due to the name...


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