asked Dec 31 '15 at 03:04 by boerup (86)

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.

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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.

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answered Jan 03 '16 at 11:11 by Nickson (126)

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