t_w_ at freenet.de
Sun Mar 5 09:56:45 PST 2006
On Sun, Mar 05, 2006 at 11:11:28AM -0600, Matt Walker wrote:
> That sounds awesome, but ...
> > - feeding a single reverb from several tracks, also with automation data.
> > - sharing automation between audio and midi (with nodes for range and
> > type conversion)
> > - having DSSI plugins shown as nodes right next to their midi tracks
> > - lots of fun by track intermodulation
> > So what do you guys think?
> Your modern words frighten and confuse me... I may just be a simple unfrozen
> cave man Ardour user, but I do know this ....
Automation data ... pretty curves to control stuff like volume, panning.
For using one automation track to control both the volume of a track and
some MIDI instrument, the automation data would have to be translated to
the MIDI controler 7, with values between 0 and 127 (-> type and range
DSSI = softsynth plugins.
Node refers to any object you can make connections to/from.
Track intermodulation: Feeding 2 or more tracks into one effect plugin
that will generate a signal based on both (I'm not even sure myself this
is the right term). Like ringmodulation or a vocoder.
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