Extra LFo for Operator ?

Hi, any way to modulate on Opearator a parameter with a extra lfo..

 

best regard

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S.Rueckwardt 1 year ago | 0 comments

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  • mcbpete
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    If you have max for live then there's the midi lfo control device that can apply an lfo to *any* parameter in operator.

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • S.Rueckwardt
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    thx,

    I found itthe M4l device  I use 9.2.2 but its grey out the mapped parameter 

    and the Lfo device is the first device in a track ,..cant be dropped behind  operator or direct in a slotof  Operator like in B.i.t.w.i.g syth.....

    ends n losing a paramter that cant be controlled with Push from now...

    try to find a way like  bitwig lfos that you can control on the Syth again the parameter and you can control thew   modulation value direct on the syth..

    not losing off a parameter from Push´s  controller list that show now parameter that cant be controlled when the lfo is modulating this parameter ..?!

    this m4l  lfo is complett  usless and breaks complett the workflow and is hard to implement in Push selecting workflow ..

    navigation thru tracks and istruments is so bad  with that every time a track is seleted the first devce   that Push see is not the instruent

    PUSh selecting marathon with a Arpeggiator together for axample

    enorm Ätzend...!

    what crap soluton  M4l...

    total  usless..for musician this m4l way

    no way   to modulate fast intuitive a parameter. in Live

     

     

     

    best regard

     

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • mcbpete
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    Woah, easy tiger ! There's *two* LFO devices that come supplied with the Max pack: One that goes before the device ('LFO Midi' under Max MIDI Effect), and one that goes after (just called 'LFO' under Max Audio Effect). You want that second one, add it after the operator, clip the map button and click any dial etc. on Operator to map it to whatever parameter you need.

    1 year ago | 0 comments

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