I know that I have seen examples somewhere but can’t recall where – or maybe it is covered in one of the tutorials/videos.
I have a couple of cases where I’d like to use a single knob to do one of the following:
- crossfade between succeeding options (for instance, between four different sources A, B, C and D where at 0 you get A only as you turn up the knob, you start xfading to B and from B to C then from C to D). I have a kludgy way of doing it, but I think there is a more elegant way than what I am doing.
- turning up the knob cascades the input. So, at 0 you have A only and as you turn up you start mixing in B and once B is at full level, C starts being add, etc.
I have a suspicion that these techniques might be able to be used as part of a waveshaper/folder to get a little closer to the sort of harmonic cascading one gets with the Buchla and 0-Toast wavefolder that most others don’t quite have.