asked Oct 04 at 18:38 by void (31)

Something that i would like to see is Polyphonic CV output where i can select several outputs for voices and those get selected by a switchable algorithm (steal latest, lowest...) to play a modular synth at least duophonic.

This would be good to have as a midi splitter that could then be sent to digital mono synths (like voices made with the D.C. Offset tool) as well midi or cv outs to hw voices.

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answered Oct 12 at 19:23 by kautzy77 (14)

This would be good to have as a midi splitter that could then be sent to digital mono synths (like voices made with the D.C. Offset tool) as well midi or cv outs to hw voices.

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answered Oct 12 at 19:23 by kautzy77 (14)

Given how focused on joe this is it would be great- I’ve been tearing my hair out with silent way when the cv instrument works phenomenally we just need to be able to cycle cv outs per note. As the third person in months to care about this it’s obvioualy the highest priority :). Figured it out for Mac see below

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answered Nov 24 at 02:55 by khidr9 (11)

edited Nov 24 at 05:40

And solved for Mac.
Get this: http://polymer-app.com In your midi settings set up a virtual midi port and set this as your output for polymer. Use this script to select individual channels and set your virtual midi as the input https://answers.bitwig.com/questions/11125/midi-channel-filtering-in-bitwig-2 Set up 2-16 hardware cv instruments and assign each one a different midi channel from your virtual polymer. You can now play chords or let each key press cycle your synth voices. A little bit of a hack, but tested with two voices on an es-8 output and low latency.

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answered Nov 24 at 05:39 by khidr9 (11)

edited Nov 25 at 19:24

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