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Assigning filters to Osc 1 and 2 separately

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  • Assigning filters to Osc 1 and 2 separately

    Hello all,

    Maybe I'm missing this feature, but I've looked through the manual and didn't see it. I'd like to be able to assign Filter 1 to Oscillator 1 and Filter 2, to Oscillator 2. The issue with a lot of the custom samples I have used, is that many have a similar frequency spectrum. It would be super helpful to be able to cut frequencies from the first oscillator separate from the second one, that way one could have more treble or bass, to compliment the other oscillator running.

    Right now I'm getting some busier / mushier sounds in the middle frequencies, but I don't want to entirely cut out just that area for both at the same time using the filter. To me as an end user, it makes way more sense to have separate filters so one Oscillator (for example) is a thinner sound with higher EQ, and the other has more midrange and bass, letting them stack nicely together to make a complete sound.

    If there is a way to do this using the current options, please let me know. I understand basic modulation, but am not advanced enough with it to know every option available in a assignable situation. This for me is the one flaw I've found so far for my own patch creation, other than having delay and reverb on separate (or assignable) FX channels, which is a far second. Everything else is extremely fun and intuitive to use.

  • #2
    You can't afaik, but I agree that is a crucial feature.


    • #3
      +1 for this feature
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      • #4
        +1 for a more flexible filter assignement


        • #5
          +1 for this feature!


          • #6
            +1 Please!!!!


            • #7
              +1 would be a great addition


              • #8
                This would be a very nice addition


                • #9
                  I would very much like to see this feature as well!