Auv3 is coming.
An excerpt from beta testing Auv3's.
Is it possible to modulate AUv3 parameters via the Drambo sequencer? I dream of parameter-locking all the things... :)
You will be able to midi map the auv3 parameters
and p-lock them that way using dRambo's midi.
I haven't done direct p-locking of the auv3's so I'll wait
for someone more versed in that to respond.
Yes, what you do first is map any AUv3 parameter to be accessible in the AUv3 module, then p-lock the mapped knob. Or include it in scene morphs. Or modulate it using a CV or Gate Sequencer.
Here, filter cutoff is p-locked to a different value on step 3 while the filter resonance is controlled by the CV Sequencer.
Thank you! This is great news. I am most interested in parameter-locking from the sequencer, so its good to know that it is possible to do so, even if it is limited to 8 parameter. That's not a bad limitation to me, but I am sure people will complain. lol.
I am very excited for this update! :)
How's the resolution for the 8 assignable AU parameters, when modulating them by the knob's CV input? It's not steppy like midi is it?
I think I got you. It's still smooth, but doesn't do extreme rates of modulation like native modules can.. right?
Anytime you're modulating with MIDI you are stuck with 127 values for resolution. With AU I am fairly sure it can go much higher, even audio rate, in some cases. Will be interesting to see how Drambo handles the issue. That's why I was asking about modulating from the sequencer. Plus, I don't want to have to fool with MIDI mapping. :D
midiSteps on iOS allowed/allows for AU hosting and parameter locking in standalone and has for a while now. And the resolution of the parameters was/is not limited to MIDI resolution.