ok, new here, my second post, and allready a (simple) Feature request:
it took me not long to wish to have a Crossfader “module” (stereo)
let me please explain why a Crossfader is so important versus using a mixer and where this request is coming from:
i´m a modularsynth specialist. i have a nice setup ! (eurorack)
The setip changes allways and my way to patch also…so over the years.
Over the course of the last 3 Years was i more and more and more diving away from using mixers when i had to mix just 2 signals,
and more and more into using crossfaders.
Using 3-4-5 crossfader (function blocks) for just a single Voice became absolutely a standard in my patches ! sometimes its even more. again: just for one single monophonic voice.
i´ve made the last hours my first “patches” in gig performer and realised quite rapidly that i want to mix 2 signals quite often, but usually not more than two.
Very similar to how i patch with my modularsynth.
For example would i split a VST instrument out to two FX ´es and mix both audio pathes then again together.
i see, that i could setup a “one Knob/Fader control” for a 4Ch mixer using widgets,
but i find a crossfader more elegant, less worky to setup, and taking less space in the Rack for its controls.
just a note:
such a crossfader module ( stereo version) should have a “spread” knob for the L-R panorama.
one knob for both inputs would do.
The latter not something that one would want to map to a HW control, but nice to be able to “adjust” the stereo width as liked.
would be cool
Thanks for reading