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Randomized scaler held notes ~Rozeta scaler +Rozeta lfo
I am attempting to use Rozeta scaler in conjunction with Rozeta LFO to create a midi filter that makes the incoming note pitches jump up and down
My workflow is this
Rozeta scaler 1(initial transposition and scaling)
Rozeta scaler 2 (scaler 1 is routed to 2, pre transposition is controlled by Rozeta LFO)
Rozeta LFO (output fed to Rozeta scaler 2)
I have tried many configurations including only using a single instance of scaler (better for my purposes to use two as it allows for more transposition control) ~ have tried randomizing the post transposition , pre transposition, tempo syncing the LFO etc~ no matter what I do it seems if I am playing a slew of fast notes I get infinitely held notes with the LFO modulating the scaler. This does not happen if I am not modulating the scaler. I am using TC data to send control signals so there are many rapidly firing notes as I drag my finger across the screen
Is there any way that I can configure the interaction of the LFO and the scaler such that I will not get infinitely held/stuck notes or would something need to be tweaked within the backend of the scaler plugin itself?
Thanks so much again!!