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  • Changements communauté Aodyo (Général et Support)

    Nous transformons le forum pour le diviser en deux catégories : Général et Support, et nous rassemblons les communautés Francophones et Anglophones.

    La catégorie Général sert à toutes discussions liées au Sylphyo, en Anglais ou en Français.

    Si vous voulez recevoir de l’aide de manière publique, vous pouvez mettre un post dans la catégorie Support et nous vous répondrons rapidement. Cela donnera aussi une chance aux autres utilisateurs de retrouver leurs problèmes avant de créer leurs propres posts.

    Vous pouvez également continuer à nous contacter en privée sur support@aodyo.com si vous le désirez.

    À bientôt !
    L'équipe Aodyo

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  • Aodyo forum changes (General and Support)

    We are changing the current community forum to be divided into two categories : General and Support, and merging the French and English communities together.

    The General category is for any discussions related to Sylphyo, in English or French.

    If you feel comfortable and would like to help out with support queries in a public manner, please feel free to post your problems directly under the Support category and we will answer promptly. This will also give other users a chance to find their problems on a public forum before posting themselves.

    You can of course still contact us privately at support@aodyo.com, but please consider posting publicly first if you are comfortable.

    See you soon!

    The Aodyo Team

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  • RE: Can't turn off reverb makes Sylphyo useless to me (Fixed as of 20/10/2020)

    To follow up on this, in the next few hours we will release version 1.4.7 which introduces two new sounds based on our physical modelling technology.

    On top of this, the reverb is now able to be changed again through the sound menu.

    Let me know as always if you have any questions.

    Maxence
    Aodyo Instruments
    Aodyo.com

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  • RE: Malwarebytes flags Sylphyo Bench as malware

    Thanks for the info I'll pass this along to the dev team and we will see what we can do.

    Maxence
    Aodyo Instruments

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  • RE: Can't turn off reverb makes Sylphyo useless to me (Fixed as of 20/10/2020)

    @MusicOne Hello. We have right now an internal beta which has gone out to a few users which contains new sounds as well as the functionality to turn off the reverb. This should go live in the coming days. Please excuse us for the delay, the ongoing situation with covid has made work difficult but we continue and will release a lot more in the future!

    Maxence
    Aodyo Instruments

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  • RE: audiomodelling trombone & sylpho

    @mwebster Hello! Thanks for your questions.

    Here is how I've set mine up: For the slide you can turn on the keybend on the Sylphyo (which will act like a pitch bend + and set it in SWAM software to your desired bend effect (I find that + and - 3 works well for what I like, but you might want more or less). You can also set the keybend in Sylphyo to send out a midi CC message which can then be mapped to any parameter you want in SWAM, but for my purposes I've found that leaving it on pitch bend works well.

    For the mute, I use the slider to control which mute is engaged and the roll movement to control the position of th mute. This works well and is quite natural (at least when looking at the screen to determine the roll and the mute position).

    Let me know if this is helpful for you! I'm working also on a little demo of SWAM with Sylphyo.

    Maxence
    Aodyo Instruments

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  • RE: Wire brush for cleaning

    Thanks Troy this is very useful! :)

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  • RE: MacGuffin question

    @DominicB Ya I thought the same! I've played Macguffin myself so many times and thought I would have noticed something by now... Sylphyo is full of surprises :)

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  • RE: MacGuffin question

    Hey so this change is the normal behaviour of the oscillator used in Macguffin, called sawswarm. Basically there are multiple detuned saw waves and they have random phase shifting with each trigger. I hope this helps! :)

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  • RE: MacGuffin question

    That is quite interesting. I will have a look at it and see what it is causing this.

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