multisynth monophony?

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multisynth monophony?

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hi!

i'm trying to do something that requires the "polyphony" of a multisynth to be one. what i mean is, when you send two different notes in, the multisynth should only allow one out, which is the note most recently pressed. phase commands should be preserved too.

is there any setup in sunvox that allows this?
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Re: multisynth monophony?

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You know, this is an interesting one. I have no idea what the heck you are doing with a single note polyphony multisynth, but I feel like this should be done...

Please elaborate ;)
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Re: multisynth monophony?

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AutumnCheney wrote: Tue Feb 23, 2021 10:21 am i'm trying to do something that requires the "polyphony" of a multisynth to be one. what i mean is, when you send two different notes in, the multisynth should only allow one out, which is the note most recently pressed. phase commands should be preserved too.
is there any setup in sunvox that allows this?
There is no such option in MultiSynth, at least in v1.9.6c
But you can try the Glide module with Response=1000 and Polyphony=OFF
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