Unison index mapping example "Dual-voice mode" don't work?

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NBG
Tue Jan 10, 2012 5:05 pm

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Unison index mapping example "Dual-voice mode" don't work?

From the help file:

Dual-voice mode - With a Unison of 2 (with the Pitch > Unison index mapping setting the second voice set an octave below the first) and the Timbre 1 & 2 mix > Unison index mapping set to play a square wave on voice 2, you now have a Saw with a Square 1 octave below at the same time, with only one part.


For my example i'm using this settings:

Timbre 1 = Sine
Timbre 2 = Square
Timbre Mix = 50%

Unison = 2 Voices
Pan = 0
Pitch = 0

Pitch > Unison index mapping = 0 to 12 (Square should play 1 octave above)
Timbre 1 & 2 mix > Unison index mapping = 0% to 100%

I hear now a mix of a sine and square but something is wrong. If i set the timbre mix to 0% i'm only hearing the sine BUT it is octaved!

What did i wrong?

mapping.fst


Thanks!
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netwalker
Tue Jan 10, 2012 9:39 pm

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Re: Unison index mapping example "Dual-voice mode" don't wor

I can't hear any changes, too, the sine has the...
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