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Ok, makes sense. Thanks Joe!
I have another question.
I asked a question about cents a while back. If Osc1(a), Osc2(a), and SubOsc(a) has +3 Cents, then Osc1(b), Osc2(b), Subosc(b) has -3 cents, then Osc1(c), Osc2(c), and SubOsc(c) has +1.5 cents and Osc1(d), Osc2(d), and SubOsc(d) will have -1.5 cents. Do I keep halving the cents as I add voices? So Osc1(e), Osc2(e), and SubOsc(e) will have +0.75 cents and Osc1(f), Osc2(f), and SubOsc(f) will have -0.75 cents? I’d appreciate any help. I probably worded all of this in a convoluted way, I apologize.November 15, 2019 at 3:42 pm #30967
Thanks Joe, I appreciate the help!November 29, 2018 at 12:30 pm #22104
Thanks Bill, this is helpful! Yeah I was referring to the flute-like sound. I’ll give the suggestions a try.November 28, 2018 at 11:36 pm #22086
Thanks for the reply Joe!
Just to clarify, going from my example above, osc1c = +1.5, and osc1d = -1.5?September 29, 2018 at 11:24 am #20503
Thank you so much Joe. This is very helpful! 🙂
Alright, awesome! Thanks for the help
Ok, thanks for the reply!
Just to clarify, for 2 voices, there are 6 oscillators, two sets of osc1, osc2, and sub osc. When it comes to cents, osc1a = +3 cents, osc1b = -3 cents, osc2a = +3 cents, osc2b = -3 cents, then subosca = +3 cents, suboscb = -3 cents? Is that correct?