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Working with modulators 6 months 3 weeks ago #7

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There's nothing wrong with the cello soundfont, however I want to know how can I make it so by using modulators it contains only one instrument layer?

The same story with the cister soundfont. How can I make it sound just the same by keeping just one instrument layer and make use of modulators due to the cut-off dependend of the key velocity?

Which parameters do I have to enter? What's the range of the full spectrum? How are the primary and secondary modulators connected?
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Working with modulators 6 months 3 weeks ago #8

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Unfortunately, the creator of Cister sounfont does not allow modifications to it.
Typing filter-cutoffs by hand was a lot of trouble.
However, all this work could be done with a single layer and a single modulator.

the attached picture shows the use of filter-cutoff with velocity. (in the instrument section)
(-2400 is the default value; you can increase this value up to -24000.)
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Working with modulators 6 months 2 weeks ago #9

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I don't get how it works

Does it mean when pressing the keys on its maximum velocity (128) the filter passes everything below 19901 Hz and when there's key pressure on its minimum velocity the filter passes 19901 - 2400 = 17501 ?
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Working with modulators 6 months 2 weeks ago #10

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Test with higher values. for example -12000

The values there are on cents. I don't know how many cents are equal to how many hertz.
Normally 12000 cents should have 10 octaves. (Or it can be 13500 according to the fC definition.)

But the Fluid-synthesizer in the Polyphone doesn't produce the same result as other software-synthesizers.
So you should try and test to find an average value.
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