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Still Struggling with Quantizing HALP
(03-18-2021, 02:54 PM)mvdirty Wrote:
(03-17-2021, 04:14 PM)Karlo Wrote: You like the manual the way it is because you probably have the expanders. LOL
You weren’t even responding to me, but: Was LOLing at other people’s opinions really the best thing to do given that only shared theirs in response to you promoting yours? Can we start LOLing at of your opinions?

You’re going to find yourself without help if you keep talking to people the way you have been in this thread.

I can definitely do without your help. You've been unhelpful in every question I've posted. SEE YA

(03-18-2021, 04:04 PM)mgd Wrote:
(03-17-2021, 04:14 PM)Karlo Wrote:
(03-17-2021, 03:51 PM)mgd Wrote:
(03-17-2021, 03:21 PM)Karlo Wrote: Also, please please please, put all the expanders info in a separate manual or an addendum at the end. It's painful scrolling through pages and pages of information for something that is an elective add-on to the NerdSEQ and not relevant to it's core functionality. Put it at the end of the manual. Please.

That's probably a matter of personal preference. I like it the way it is.

You like the manual the way it is because you probably have the expanders. LOL

Digital evelopes are better because they can be upgraded/improved through firmware... that's my data. Analog... get out the soldering iron.. no thanks. 

I'll see what I can do about the project file.

Well, meanwhile I do have some expanders. But I started reading the manual as part of my decision process whether I should buy the NerdSEQ or not and back then really liked that expanders were explained the way they are.

Can we agree that your opinion is not the only valid one?

Digital envelopes being better "by design":
I did not wish to get into a conversation on that level but since I'm already answering here I go anyway:
I find the idea that something is better because it "can be upgraded/improved through firmware" pure nonsense. Being able to improve something has nothing to do with being good or bad.
I couldn't care less about "potential to improve" when something is crap. Note this isn't meant to say digital envelopes are crap. I only object against the claim "better because they can be improved by firmware"

Maybe you understand what I mean by this example:
Some people use virtual analog synth (IMO e.g. the Nord sounds great) and some claim they don't sound as good as the real analog stuff. I'm not wishing to start a religious war about this. I just wish to point out that virtual analog can be improved by firmware but IMO that does not make it better.

Kind regards,

My thoughts on the manual are indeed, just my opinion. My opinion is not more or less valid than any other users opinions. 

Fair and accurate points regarding the envelopes. My intent was never to argue the merits of analog versus digital... someone else made that comparison here and started the analog versus digital religious war. I could car less as long as the envelope works without weird aliasing contaminating my VCA.

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Still Struggling with Quantizing HALP - by Karlo - 03-07-2021, 04:51 AM
RE: Still Struggling with Quantizing HALP - by Karlo - 03-18-2021, 04:51 PM

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