[LAU] setBfree: Gain sweller from lin to log characteristic

Anders Hellquist lau at hellquist.net
Thu Dec 16 09:17:44 CET 2021

I happen to use Pianoteq as well as setBfree for live sessions.

I use Carla as host and with Carla I can put midi filters before the
instruments and I am pretty sure there are filters that can be used to
mimic the behavior you are looking for.

Regards Anders

On Wed, Dec 15, 2021, 20:50 Gerhard Zintel <gerhard.zintel at web.de> wrote:

> Hi, you guys,
> On 15/12/2021 02:06, Robin Gareus wrote:
> >> Maybe if the original B3 uses a linear characteristic we should not
> >> change setBfree's code.
> > There is also the problem that this would change existing projects that
> > use setBfree as plugin. Changing the expression pedal mapping will make
> > those sound different, so this is not an option.
> thanks a lot for your insight and comments (especially Adam for your time
> to
> make measurements). After this short discussion I realize, that my
> approach to
> control several softsynths by only one volume sweller sending Midi
> controller
> message 7 to them individually seems not to be a good way to do it.
> Obviously its far better to use a jackable master volume control device in
> front
> of system playback (within QjackCtl) that is able to receive Midi
> controller
> messages. I hope jackmix will do the job - I'm on my way to set it up. It
> seems
> to be the program with the lowest footprint. If you have any other idea
> what to
> use for the purpose please tell me.
> Thanks again
> Gerhard
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