ADSR: Double Attack / Sustain / Release ADC: Attack Decay Curve ADSRMA: "Attack Decay Sustain Release" with MA to improve the up-sloping of the attack part of the sound APC_AC: Attack Decay Sustain Release DELTA: Define a range of values and set the value, this makes the processor very dynamic. DRUID: Reverb used with modulation capabilities DRUID_A: Reverb with modulation capabilities DRUIDE_A: Reverb with modulation capabilities and delay effects (simple echo) DRUIDE_A_NO_EECH: Reverb with modulation capabilities and delay effects (simple echo) DRUIDE_A_CLEAR: Reverb with modulation capabilities and delay effects (clear reverb) DRUIDE_A_XR: Reverb with modulation capabilities and delay effects (double reverb) EC_SPEED: Rate of decay / speed of the sound, this is influenced by the decays (MODULATION), that control the range of the sound, also speed is very influence by the feedback (FLUX) added. FLUX: Control for the feedback that can be delayed or sent back into the effects chain. HIST_DECAY: Bass decay for the effect used for HIST HIST_D: Decay for the effect used for HIST HIST_D_I: Decay for the effect used for HIST (incremental) HIST_D_I_N: Decay for the effect used for HIST (incremental) (no modulation) HIST_D_I_W: Decay for the effect used for HIST (incremental) (with modulation) HIST_DECAY_START: Bass decay for the effect used for HIST HIST_H: Highpass for the effect used for HIST HIST_K: Note decay for the effect used for HIST HIST_PEAK: Bass peak for the effect used for HIST IC_AGC: Key on / key off effects MAD_S: MAD (Modulation Attenuation a5204a7ec7
First of all a very basic overview of the SynthEdit Dynamics Editor. There are 3 main areas of the editor, including all the Dynamix dynamic processing controls: DAV Dynamics VST Dynamic Processing SADiG The control area is divided into 3 different categories, which all relate to the 3 major areas of dynamic processing: The Dynamic "Effects" controls the Dynamics created by the "DAV Dynamics" envelope area of the SynthEdit editor. There are 6 different envelope controls: ADSR (Envelope) Fade (Envelope) Feedback (Envelope) Reverb (Envelope) Room (Envelope) Depth (Envelope) The Dynamic "Gates" controls the Dynamics created by the "VST Dynamic Processing" envelope area. There are 6 different envelope controls: High Pass Filter (Envelope) Low Pass Filter (Envelope) Peaking (Envelope) Compressor (Envelope) Gain (Envelope) Envelope (Amp) The Dynamic "VST" controls all of the processing features that are created by the "VST Dynamic Processing" module of the VST2 open source package. There are 9 controls: IMA (Input Multiply Apo) IMD (Input Multiply Digital) BM (Bridged Multiply) DM (Digital Multiply) PM (Plugged Multiply) MP (Multiply Plug) MM (Multiply Mute) AM (APO Multiply) RV (Reverb) The DAV Dynamics Editor: You will find the editor inside the "Dynamic Processing" panel. There are a total of 10 different Dynamic Processing controls. When the editor is open, you will find 6 different buttons, including the Buss Buttons, and the top left control is the "All" button, which will show all of the controls that are available. DAV Dynamics On the right hand side of the editor is the "DAV Dynamics" envelope area. As the name says this envelope control will envelope the input signal inside the Dynamic controls.