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Build a group that behaves like NI Arkhis and Sequis

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Aptos-PH
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Build a group of layers that behaves like NI Arkhis and Sequis

As you increase modwheel, it blends in the other layers sequentially.

I ordered Arkhis and Sequis as part of a NI bundle upgrade, but it appears I can only work with sounds in their presets libraries. 


   
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getdunne
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Posted by: @aptos-ph

Build a group of layers that behaves like NI Arkhis and Sequis

As you increase modwheel, it blends in the other layers sequentially.

Very interesting idea. I'll put a note on the long-term to-do list, to have a quick way to do this, but for now, note that you can set this up in Unify already. The trick is to have one macro knob (assigned to MIDI CC#1), with links to the mixLevel of each layer after the first, and craft the response curves to do the sequential blending.

I have added a new section to the Patch Recipes page of the Unify manual, describing this in detail with pictures, and a link to download a four-layer demo patch you can use as a template.


   
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Posted by: @aptos-ph

I ordered Arkhis and Sequis as part of a NI bundle upgrade, but it appears I can only work with sounds in their presets libraries. 

I'm not sure what you mean by this. Can you do something more than this in a DAW?


   
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@getdunne Thanks for your "quick way to do this" info  and Patch Recipe link.


   
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