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    Arrow OT: Using modwheel for realtime eq/filtering strings

    I cant seem to find the forum or thread where I read about someone using this technique.

    The thread was basically about an alternative to the modwheel x-fade (so you dont get the "chorusing effect"?) for expression. Something about a wide q eq assigned to the modwheel? Especially for strings I think.

    Anyone knows what I´m trying to find? I cant even remember if it was a kontakt related topic.

    /Johnny, Opus1, K2.11, Cubase SL3

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    Re: OT: Using modwheel for realtime eq/filtering strings

    I made a post about it a while ago - http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...ad.php?t=42654

    On the second page I detail how I did it. Pretty convoluted solution, but if you take out the part about layering the performance legato samples then the rest of it can be applied to any instrument.

    It's not script-based though, and requires a lot of getting under the hood
    Wilbert Roget, II
    Composer
    Rogetmusic.com

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    Re: OT: Using modwheel for realtime eq/filtering strings

    Thanx for the tip Will, have been reading your interesting post a long time ago actually (wondering if I could ever do anything similar!?). But the post I was thinking about was another one, which didnt involve crossfading if I remember right.

    Will study the part where you describe the eq though!

    Maybe someone else knows what post I´m thinking about?

    /Johnny

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    Re: OT: Using modwheel for realtime eq/filtering strings

    I think I found the one I was looking for:

    http://www.v i - c o n t r o l . net...hlight=strings (have to delete the blank spaces in the adress)

    and this one:

    http://discussions.apple.com/thread....9707&tstart=90
    Last edited by drjohnny79; 12-02-2006 at 12:03 PM. Reason: yup

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    Re: OT: Using modwheel for realtime eq/filtering strings

    With GS3 you can apply the DEF filter to your 24-bit samples. The program comes with a number of multi-tap filters customized for the various sections in solo or ensemble settings. You simply apply the DEF filter to your instrument and control it with CC1. It's easy and sounds great!

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