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More Piano Roll Features #39

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eagles051387 opened this Issue Jan 17, 2014 · 5 comments

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Brilliant Job fells!

The piano roll NEEDS Portamento and LFO controls. Honestly, portamento is the biggest thing, but LFO would also be awesome.

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Portamento support exists already; work on it is being done in #41 to make it more usable

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grejppi commented Jan 17, 2014

Portamento support exists already; work on it is being done in #41 to make it more usable

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eagles051387 Jan 17, 2014

What about any other suggestions there. Also that on your check list relating
to portamento could you link to the bug below.

On Friday 17 January 2014 01:28:17 grejppi wrote:

Portamento support exists already; work on it is being done in #41 to make
it more usable


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What about any other suggestions there. Also that on your check list relating
to portamento could you link to the bug below.

On Friday 17 January 2014 01:28:17 grejppi wrote:

Portamento support exists already; work on it is being done in #41 to make
it more usable


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub:
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musikBear Jun 18, 2014

What about any other suggestions there.

One such could be glisendo Glis is interesting, because it is controlled directly in note-pos in the grid. (in case you dont know, glis will work as porta, but only where notes overlaps! Without overlap, the notes plays as discrete notes)

NB - why has every topic been referenced to 862 - It make -no- sense :/

What about any other suggestions there.

One such could be glisendo Glis is interesting, because it is controlled directly in note-pos in the grid. (in case you dont know, glis will work as porta, but only where notes overlaps! Without overlap, the notes plays as discrete notes)

NB - why has every topic been referenced to 862 - It make -no- sense :/

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I think things like glissando and portamento may be best left to be
implemented by the plugins. Kind of how we already have them for LB302.
Because doing it that way allows plugins to code and optimize the pitch
bends by themselves, and create more interesting and natural slides.

Besides, any such feature could only be supported by native LMMS
instruments anyway.

However, if we do at some point get support for more per-note controls,
then it could be possible that those could be used to implement
portamento and other effects like that.

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diizy commented Jun 18, 2014

I think things like glissando and portamento may be best left to be
implemented by the plugins. Kind of how we already have them for LB302.
Because doing it that way allows plugins to code and optimize the pitch
bends by themselves, and create more interesting and natural slides.

Besides, any such feature could only be supported by native LMMS
instruments anyway.

However, if we do at some point get support for more per-note controls,
then it could be possible that those could be used to implement
portamento and other effects like that.

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musikBear Jun 18, 2014

Oki diiz , that makes sense. 🎯

Oki diiz , that makes sense. 🎯

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