Any idea how to make something like Kurzweil's FUNS?

  • Unqlenol
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    Hi Falconers,

    Pleased to be here. Loving Falcon. Saved my life.

    I was wondering if there is some way to achieve something like what Kurzweil call FUNs, whereby, for a modulation source, a mathematical equation can be applied using two variables at the input to create a cool output….

    So  a not shy example, at the risk of getting ahead of myself, could be something like this:

    A x (2B/tempo) = Z

    Where ‘A’ could be CC1 (physical controller) , ‘B’ could be LFO depth (internal ).

    Tempo would simply be the tempo, eg: 137

    Finally ‘Z’ would be the resultant output which would be routed to a parameter of your choosing.


    Thanks in advance for any thoughts. ..



    • This topic was modified 6 years, 7 months ago by Unqlenol. Reason: typo


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    Welcome to the forum.

    Maybe you should have a look at lua scripting here

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    Thank you for pointing me.

    Looking at the Lua  manual, It looks like a pretty steep learning curve for someone with little to no programming experience. It’s heartening to know that it could be achieved though…hopefully a Lua/Falcon enthusiast out there will do something like this way before I get my head around it…


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    I think this would be easier in Bitwig, not sure anyone should learn to program just to accomplish this.

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