is it possible to use glide w/o legato in operator in mono mode?

in analog you have the "glide" button and you can choose the "legato" function so for example you can have a sliding note in mono mode without overlapping notes in the sequencer, in operator this is not possible because if you put in mono mode (one voice) and turn on "glide" notes slide only if overlapped in the sequencer, if you put two voices operator slides notes even if the do not overlap, but you loose the "mono mode".

is there any work around?


gygus 6 years ago | 0 comments

3 answers

  • Dennis DeSantis Ableton staff
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    4 votes

    Non-legato glide is not possible in Operator. I'll submit this as a feature wish.

    One possible work around might be to carefully draw in pitch bend envelopes to create the illusion of glide.

    6 years ago | 1 comment
  • [mlp] Ableton staff
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    2 votes

    Until this feature gets implemented you can try putting a Note Length MIDI effect before your Operator and tweaking the  Length and Gate parameters. This will artificially increase the length of your notes and, if the time is long enough, will trigger Operator's glide function.

    6 years ago | 3 comments
  • georgiotolias
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    2 votes

    yes now its possible under  oitch and the buttom right corner it says glide :) 

    4 years ago | 0 comments

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