The Slewer2 SynthEdit module was developed to limit the maximum rate of change defined in Volts/s. Usable for smoothing control signals. Usable range: 1-100 V/s. For audio signals, it causes aliasing, so it is not suggested to use.
The difference between Slewer and Slewer2 is that Slewer2 has separate controls for up/downwards change rate.
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Input filter cutoff: The audio stream to be processed by the Slewer2 module
Stream gain: The amplitude (in dB) of the audio stream to be processed by the Slewer2 module
Up/Down/Up/Down cutoff control1. In the settings, a scale from 1 to 100 in steps of 10 is defined. Click the up/down arrows to move the default settings on the scale. The slider bottom of the window can be dragged to adjust the filter cutoff. The bottom of the window shows the new filter cutoff
Up/Down/Up/Down cutoff control2. The range of the sliders is from 0 to 100 in steps of 10. The position of the sliders can be changed by clicking the up/down arrows. If the range of the up/down control is set to 25, the minimum change in the slew rate is 25/25 = 1. If the range is set to 200, the minimum change in the slew rate is 200/200 = 1. The default settings are set to the the lowest value in the center of the scale.
Max change control. In the settings, a scale from 1 to 100 in steps of 10 is defined. Click the up/down arrows to move the default settings on the scale. The slider bottom of the window can be dragged to adjust the maximum change in the slew rate. The bottom of the window shows the new maximum change in the slew rate
In the settings, the modules filter cutoff and max change control can be separated. In the separate controls for the filter cutoff and max change in Slewer2, the filter cutoff and max change in Slewer2 can be set separately. The Slewer2 filter cutoff is set with 1-100V/s.
Drag the knobs to adjust the filter cutoff or max change in Slewer2
To set the Slewer2 filter cutoff, drag the scrollbar and enter a value in the Up/Down/Up/Down cutoff control1
Note: Between the filter and the Slewer2 filter cutoff, the minimum amount of change in volts/s must be set. The Up/Down/Up/Down cutoff control2 can also be used to set the max change in Slewer2.
Slewer2 and Slewer:
The Slewer2 module can be connected as a separate control section in Slewer. This is the default way of use for Slewer. It can be used for up/down controls,
Slewer is a dedicated control for limiting the maximum rate of change in audio and other digital signals. It functions by manipulating the playback rate rather than by limiting the rate of change directly. As such, Slewer is applied first, rather than directly to the input signal, to achieve its effects.
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The normal sound characteristics of the reverb are associated with the decay time and decay dampening. The time I would try for would be around 1.5 to 2.0 seconds. The volume dampening can vary from -50dB to 0dB.
There is a program on the SynthEdit website that can be used to generate reverb. I have not tried it myself. So, I could not suggest a specific program.
What application is running the reverb module? Is it completely open or closed?
To slow down a signal, change the decay time of the reverb to a higher value. The value will need to be around 3.0 to get a decent amount of effect.
To speed up the reverb, reduce the decay time to a lower value. The value will need to be around 0.5 to get a decent amount
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Slewer2 has Tons of features which makes it the best ssynth or noise shaping module currently available. This module will include the capacity to create noise and other types of’static’ waveforms, such as sine wave, saw-tooth wave, square wave, triangle wave.
Slewer2 has a ‘Hold’ function which will hold the last setting in place until the specified ‘Hold’ time (in seconds) has passed. Hold settings can be re-written each time the module is turned on, or changed in the Make Setting dialog.
Slewer2 has a ‘CC5’ or ‘CK5’ button. The CC5 sets up both compressor and limiter. The CK5 button loads the presets and the settings of the CC5 module.
Slewer2 has a ‘CC’ or ‘CK’ button. The CC button compresses the signal. The CK button adds a limiter. Each CC and CK button will load a different preset for the respective function, and will load the same (or an alternative) preset/settings dialog.
Slewer2 has a ‘Reset’ button. When used, the slider/knob and wave form will reset to its last (pre-recorded) settings.
Slewer2 is a synthesizer module, that will include the capacity to create noise and other types of static waveforms, such as sine wave, sawtooth wave, square wave, triangle wave. The module also includes a sine wave oscillator for controlling the waveforms.
Slewer2 can be loaded up with one of 4 waveform presets. The presets (shown below) offer a great starting point from which to create your own unique sound. The presets have been set to Auto by default, but can be adjusted to Manual by selecting the ‘Auto’ button in the Preset Dialog. If a preset is not set to Auto, the settings can be changed using the ‘Make Preset’ button at the top right hand side of the Preset Dialog.
Note: Slewer2 is a module for Soundfonts only. This module will not operate without a Soundfont loaded.
Note: The high frequency/low frequency settings are ‘Unrelated’. These controls allow you to fine tune the crossover frequency and shape of the the low pass filter.
What’s New in the Slewer2?
Slewer2 is a module to limit the maximum rate of change defined in Volts/s.
It is intended to be able to handle audio signals as well as control signals, and it will add/subtract a certain amount of ‘at any rate’.
For audio, Slewer2 causes aliasing, and is not suggested.
The maximum sample rate is a minimum of ten times the maximum frequency.
The maximum frequency is a minimum of 1000 Hz.
The input signal is stored in a U16 buffer. The sample rate is fixed at 44100 Hz.
The input signal is sampled at a rate of 10000 Hz.
Slewer2 ‘Maximum Rate of Change’ parameters are:
Note: The minimum frequency is calculated from the sample rate setting.
‘Volts per Second’
The maximum rate of change is defined by the Volts/second setting.
The maximum voltage is that which would cause an aliasing artefact on the signal.
The output signal is supplied in a U16 buffer. The sample rate is fixed at 44100 Hz.
The samples in the output buffer are read every time a step change occurs, and the output buffer is emptied.
When processing the output buffer, the output buffer is split into two parts – the VCLs part, which is processed, and the output part, which is not used.
Why use Slewer2?
Slewer2 is useful when the control signal needs to be processed/smoothed at a rate of change which is not a multiple of 44100 (which happens when the steps change at a rate of 10,000 Hz).
Using Slewer2, the output signal may be smoothed at a rate of change of 10,000 Hz.
This is sometimes useful for example when softening MIDI CV change signals or when processing synth CV outputs.
You can also use Slewer2 for audio, but the audio signal will be aliased and so not usable, and the maximum frequency is 1000 Hz.
Why not use Slewer?
Slewer may be useful for smoothing control signals. It will not produce aliasing.
The sample rate is fixed at 44100 Hz.
The input signal is sampled at a rate of 100 Hz.
The maximum frequency is 1000 Hz.
Slewer2 ‘Time Stamp’ parameter is:
Note: The minimum
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