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Kendall W Cochran III
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So let’s say I wanted to create a Unify library using a certain VST. I start each patch from an init state and program it. Would Unify remember that state even without saving the patch within that VST? Then I could save each patch with its name as a Unify patch only along with Unify’s patch library protection? Therefore making it possible to create Unify patch libraries for other VSTs in Unify patch format only? Kinda crazy idea I know but, I always remembered John talking about his Omnisphere libraries getting shared. I also understand that certain VSTs would require new source material being imported into it before create patches. Anyway, just curious. Also I was also wondering if there was any plans of introducing randomness into CC Rider? I was thinking would be cool if the LFO  Curve could shift left, and/or right within the assigned time length up to a 2X forward or backwards which create a form of randomness but still in sync.

I think of tons of ideas while I’m at work I can never remember them by the time I get home.


   
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Posted by: @pbeprod

So let’s say I wanted to create a Unify library using a certain VST. I start each patch from an init state and program it. Would Unify remember that state even without saving the patch within that VST?

Yes. That's literally exactly how unified libraries work.

Then I could save each patch with its name as a Unify patch only along with Unify’s patch library protection? Therefore making it possible to create Unify patch libraries for other VSTs in Unify patch format only? Kinda crazy idea I know but, I always remembered John talking about his Omnisphere libraries getting shared.

You can do patches in Unify-only format for plug-ins that don't use additional resource files like samples. However, because anyone can always save the result as a patch within the plug-in itself, Unify's patch-library encryption doesn't really provide any protection for third-party plug-in presets.

Also I was also wondering if there was any plans of introducing randomness into CC Rider?

Eventually, yes.

I was thinking would be cool if the LFO  Curve could shift left, and/or right within the assigned time length up to a 2X forward or backwards which create a form of randomness but still in sync.

Cool, yes. Useful enough to be worth the effort of development? Maybe, maybe not.

 


   
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