Topic: VST Parameter "Adjust points" offset value (using percentage requires math)

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  • #40560

    dagabond
    Participant

    Hello,

    I am automating the tuning VST parameter of a sampler with a range of -1200 ct (down one octave) to +1200ct (up one octave). If I want to tune up half an octave (600), it is easy to figure out I have to input 25% to cover half the 2400ct range. However, if I have to tune up one note (100ct), I have to input 4.166 (100 / 2400).

    If I tune by ear to find I require a random number like 389, I have to multiply this by 0.0416666 and input the value 16.21%. With the parameter range set from -1200 to 1200, Podium will display 389.

    Could we be able to input the required point value like 389?

    #40561

    dagabond
    Participant

    I’ve found it’s possible to input the value into the sampler’s plugin interface while recording the parameter track. So I can set a loop a bit before a MIDI note and it is not at perfect points in time, but can get the value assigned that way.

    #40562

    nicholas.h
    Participant

    Yes I encounter the same issue with automating the pitch of the stock zPitch plugin – and use the same solution! Fortunately, quantizing the recorded automation points is really nice and easy.

    #40563

    dagabond
    Participant

    Good point, though I record without a metronome

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