I’m still on the trial and must admit I fell in love with this application. I’ve ordered a new midi pedal that I can’t wait to set up with the different rackspaces I’ve created using my Neural DSP-plugins.
What I want to discuss here is how to deal with overlapping inputs going from one rackspace to another. I really like the audio tail that slowly fades off the reverb/delay from the previous rackspace, but duing this time the input is still active and my playing still triggers new sounds from that rackspace.
This is very easy to replicate. Create one rackspace with some distortion + reverb/delay and another one completely dry. Set the tail to something high, like 5-10 secs. Switch to the dry one and hear how your input is still active in the previous one.
Is there a way to automate killing any inputs in non-active rackspaces? This problem is really apparent when going from, say, a rythm to a lead rackspace. The audio tail time sees a doubling in volume due to both sets picking up on the input.
Thanks in advance!