asked Dec 31 '15 at 03:04 by boerup (136)

Is it possible to disable the sampler's lfos temporarily? That would be a great help for sanity checking or for adjusting other parameters in the sampler without listening to the parameter modulation at the same time.


Hmm, you could just set the depth to zero. If you have a macro do all three for you, you won't lose your settings.

  — (Jan 02 '16 at 16:22) moldau

Exactly, by setting the depth to zero it will temporary lose its function. You could also add an LFO-module and do things from there, as you can easily turn that off.


answered Jan 03 '16 at 11:11 by Nickson (236)

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Asked: Dec 31 '15 at 03:04

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