Silent Way Adds OSC Support

Use An iPhone To Control Your Computerized Monster Synth      30/07/09

Expert Sleepers has announced an update to its Silent Way modular synth control plugin that adds OSC support.

You know what that means - you can now add your iPhone as a controller to your computerized monster modular synthesizer.

The video, above, demos setting up an iPhone to act as a controller for an Analogue Systems modular + computer system.

Other updates include:

  • The Voice Controller AU now has an effect variant so it will work in Digital Performer.
  • Added new OSC commands (registerOSCPathForParameter() and registerOSCPathForParameterNormalized()) added, primarily for compatibility with TouchOSC.
  • Output conï¬�guration changed from a set of drop-down menus to a full matrix of knobs.
  • Envelope scale parameters removed, since the same functionality is now offered by the output matrix.
  • Added new 'velocity' output.
  • Added velocity-based scaling of envelopes.
  • Added Hz/V calibration mode.
  • Areas of the full MIDI note range note covered during calibration are now ï¬�lled with ‘wrapped around’ values from octaves that are covered.
  • Added note priority modes (last/low/high) and retrigger modes (on/off).
  • Added ‘panic’ button.
  • Fixed some incorrect envelope triggering behaviours.
  • The ‘trigger’ output is now slightly longer than before (it was previously a single audio sample).

Details are available at the Expert Sleepers site.

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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
GrumblyBastard    Said...

So that's awesome and everything - but what is it with these demo videos and the mumbling crap sound? You'd expect videos made by audio professionals would have decent sound no? Is it not possible to normalize the audio before slapping it up to youtube?

30-Jul-09 01:30 PM


expertsleepers    Said...

My wife was ill and sleeping in the next room - hence the mumbly audio. Apologies!

31-Jul-09 02:41 PM


expertsleepers    Said...

By the way it's an Analogue Systems modular, not a Doepfer.

31-Jul-09 02:42 PM


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