LFO to pitch depth?


#1

When I put an LFO on the pitch of a sample (melody or chord) I find the depth of 1 is just a little too much for a subtle vibrato effect. Other than taking up an FX slot and using a chorus, are there any workarounds for this sort of thing?


#2

Lift the OT with both hands and shake it gently while the sequencer is running. Works in “plays free” mode as well.


#3

make depth 1 be the high point of a scene (if you have a free one, then morphing the xfader will fill the gap iirc)


#4

Oh my…

Then I imagine if I want a constant vibrato on it I can resample it with the x fader at the middle point. I didn’t think there would be enough resolution to have values between 0 and 1.


#5

there’s no discernable zipper on the crossfader action - afaicr, the OT is doing interpolation even for closely related values (like 0>1 aot 0>127) - it’d be good to test anyway, may be parameter dependent


#6

Try also lfo designer, it can be faster, and you can also divide the value 1 in 128 with depth.
Set even or odd values with 1 and press trig + tempo to slide values.