Hi Kyma friends,
I've not had much time with my Kyma since KISS, but I am just now getting back to it, and have a few questions.
I'd like to use the amplitude from a samlpe to drive pitch volume and other parameters within a Kyma sound. I checked out the Amp Follower to Global Controller prototype, which seems to give me what I need, but I can't get the range right. The amplitude control signal that comes from the Global sound controller barely moves the Rate parameter more than 1/2 way. Meaning, if the rate scale is 0-1, I am maybe getting .300 at best. I tried putting a 12 dB boost before the Peak Detectoor module, it did not help. I also tried adjusting the range of Rate fader on the VCS, this did not help either. Any suggestions for getting the most of a control signal generated from an amplitude signal?
I'd also like to use this amplitude control signal to modulate multiple parameters in the VCS. Like !Rate !Freq !Level potentially on different samples. I thought I could do this with Replicator, but it seems I don't know enough about this module, and to my tired eyes last night, Replicator seemed exclusively for multing audio, not control signals.
I'd like to do the equivelant of a mult module in a modular synth. Send an LFO into a mult module, get 3 out that can be further attenuated, modified and routed independently.
Sorry for putting 2 different questions into one post. Hope everyone is well.