Started by Paul Driessen, Feb 06, 2023, 12:03 PM

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Paul Driessen

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the REMOTE tab has 3 assignable channels to remotely control lots of parameters in PD Space Guitar.
AUv3 users: Please note that these parameters are not exposed otherwise to the host!
The assignable channels can have ENV as input source (your normal guitar sound): this means that your picking strength can steer the fx.
ENV2 uses the second channel of your interface, (it will just not work when only 1 channel is chosen for input, no harm done however)

The 3 assignable remtoe chanels have on to
<DESTINATION> chooser with 14 options available here
ENV/ENV2/CCx source chooser with 14 options available here
The sliders can also be used manually, but as soon the source generates data it will ofcourse be overruled. So

  • MAX SHIFT - The shift is summed upon the normal shift that is determined by OCT and PITCH.
  • MARGIN -This will ignore a certain percentage of your footpedal's range at the heel and toe. This assures that your guitar will sound in tune. More extreme settings will make this a pitch switch instead of a glide

  • HOLD - the knob on the bottom is the master hold switch: it can work like a normal piano hold pedal
  • Auto Hold Level - whenever HOLD is activated, this determines the level at which the hold buffer will be refreshed with new sound. For a new sound to be detected, the attack has to be more than 100mS. this is to ensure that pickattacks and noise are not sustained
    Regardless of this setting, the buffer will fill at each press of the HOLD knob.
    Just turn Auto hold Level at 30dB, and it will never fire.
    **PLEASE BEWARE**: using Auto Hold, requires clean in tune playing without glides and bends, otherwise the none chromatic content of your guitar's sound will slip into the hold buffer!
  • Decay - The decay time of the hold signal
  • Damping - Often it is unnatural to have the higher frequencies sustained that long. A higher setting here will shorten the life of the higer frequencies in the holdbuffer.