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Hallo everybody,

I am following this tut about sound effector:

The problem is that even if the tut are non old, the tools of the Sound effector  are not more available...:

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specifically, I do not know how to use/find the tool "Apply mode" to.

Please help!

 

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I take a look to Probes set up.

Thx!

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it looks like Apply Mode is now Sampling down near the bottom. a little bit different.

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The old 'apply mode' had 2 options - all and step. All was same value applied to all clones, step was apply value dependent on freq across clones from lo to hi freq. As ion said, that's now in sampling.

 

One thing I noticed about the new sound effector is how the display is now logarithmic (old one was linear). In music, going up an octave means a doubling of freq eg graphic eq is usually in bands 32Hz, 64Hz, 125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, 1kHz etc, successive C's on a piano are 2X freq of previous. The old sound effector was linear ie 1kHz, 2KHz, 3kHz etc so all the music was crammed in the 1st 10% of the display, and although it jumped around in time to music, the old display didn't really mean anything.

 

The graphic on the new sound effector actually represents how the human ear hears things.

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