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    Aaron
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  • Aaron
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    Thanks for keeping this topic alive. We have it on our shortlist of things to consider for the next update.

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  • Villainmedia
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  • Villainmedia
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    Originally posted by MaiklTeip View Post
    I hear ya Jayson. These are all valid points. Especially the general idea of modulation.
    But without putting too fine a point on it, I think you are missing the opportunity to focus, with me, on a very important three words... and those words are:
    L and F and O,
    L and F and O, know what I'm sayin'?
    L and F and O, say it again!
    L and F and O



    I was totally surprised the BB had no LFO when I got it. I had just assumed it would have LFOs. I still have my S3000XL and that has an LFO per note.
    Samplers have had LFOs forever. I treat them like synths with samples instead of oscillators.
    The idea you could buy such a fancy device with no LFOs didn't occur to me...
    Right!!!!???

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  • MaiklTeip
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  • MaiklTeip
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    I hear ya Jayson. These are all valid points. Especially the general idea of modulation.
    But without putting too fine a point on it, I think you are missing the opportunity to focus, with me, on a very important three words... and those words are:
    L and F and O,
    L and F and O, know what I'm sayin'?
    L and F and O, say it again!
    L and F and O



    I was totally surprised the BB had no LFO when I got it. I had just assumed it would have LFOs. I still have my S3000XL and that has an LFO per note.
    Samplers have had LFOs forever. I treat them like synths with samples instead of oscillators.
    The idea you could buy such a fancy device with no LFOs didn't occur to me...

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  • jayneural
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  • jayneural
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    It’s almost BB’s 2nd release anniversary, that deserves a V2.0 firmware with : modulation, a few more fx and improved song mode with stems export.

    I think otherwise all the other features I’ve asked for this device have all been provided.

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  • MaiklTeip
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  • MaiklTeip
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    Hey 1010 team.
    This thread started almost two years ago
    Any movement on LFO.
    I'd settle for just one global LFO if it's too expensive.
    The BB is almost my favourite thing ever but I never use it because I need a little bit of LFO.
    Willing to switch out other audio processing features for LFO.
    Please!
    LFO

    P.S. LFO per note is also okay as is LFO per instrument but one LFO will do in a pinch.









    LFO

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  • Jack Pimiento
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  • Jack Pimiento
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    Having just come back to the BB fold, internal modulation is still something that's needed.

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  • emji_herara
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  • emji_herara
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    Having looked at the pd patch by
    Michal Ho
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    Michal Ho and looking at the GUI of BB I do think it would be very simple to have it as an extra source within the modulation slots (speaking from a GUI only perspective that is ) .

    Just have a source called "internal", to the right of it you set the amount as usuall and the two empty windows below can be waveform and rate respectively.
    As I've seen on Midi-LFO's I would like to set a rate in 1/16,1/14,1/8 etc instead of a general number or bpm. This allows for great sync options!

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  • alteredwax
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  • alteredwax
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    LFO’s assignable to things like slice numbers and other sample and slicer parameters would be awesome! And Of course to fx parameters as well

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  • denizgarout
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  • denizgarout
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    Modulation would be so amazing

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  • byrdinbbylon
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  • byrdinbbylon
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    True that they aren't what most in the synth world are speaking about, though they are related in that most of those effects are just manipulations of a wav form. While some require a little CPU power, those type effects tend to use much less load than a good reverb algorithm or some exotic delay algorithm (this is why I've seen super-small multi-mod guitar pedals with very little DSP), so some might be do-able. For instance, tremolo is literally just dropping volume periodically, which requires almost no extra CPU. Luckily, I'd enjoy the unit fine without them, but just threw in a vote and comment in case any of it is feasible.
  • LanceRidler
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  • LanceRidler
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    Modulation would be a win I would love to see it implemented in blackbox

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  • pieter3d
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  • pieter3d
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    Those are effects. Also nice, but not the same thing and would require much more CPU load. With modulation people mean LFO's, envelopes and/or some form of automation.
  • byrdinbbylon
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  • byrdinbbylon
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    As a guitarist venturing into these uncharted synthesis waters, to me modulation is easier defined by the type of a final output verses how internally that was achieved, such as:
    chorus
    vibrato
    phaser
    flanger
    univibe
    tremolo
    auto-wah

    Having any or some of those as internal effects would be highly useful. Until then (or if never done), I can always send and return to guitar pedals or my MC-707 effects, but having them in a portable unit would be killer.

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  • Christine
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  • Christine
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    Thank you all for the feedback.
  • Michal Ho
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  • Michal Ho
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    Yes, 1 LFO, as this is a prototype.
    You can easily clone it and give it a new CC number, so theoretically, you can have 127 LFOs.
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