which config does poly~ act as ddg.mono ??

    Sep 09 2013 | 8:04 pm
    which config does poly~ act as ddg.mono ??
    I've been trying different voice stealing...allocation...
    the prepend midinote... unpack at the begining... ddg.mono outside the poly patcher...etc...
    But never ended having the sound I reaction I get with the ddg.mono... And only 1 voice with the poly...
    Also, once I change the number of voices, I have to kind of restart the type of waveform I have inside the poly~ patcher why???can't you change it dynamically?? Or it has too much CPU consume??
    thanks for your time and help.

    • Sep 09 2013 | 8:05 pm
    • Sep 09 2013 | 8:29 pm
      isn't the point of ddg.mono to be monophonic, hence work outside/separately from the poly~ world ?
    • Sep 09 2013 | 9:02 pm
      I want to use poly~ , but also , being able to be monophonic,
      I explain myself maybe better...
      When I use Poly~ with only one voice, it doesn't work as when I use only ddg.mono...
      For example, If I press a key, then I press another it changed note, but then if I unpress the newone, it keeps on the very last one... (DDG.MONO works like this...)
      When poly~ @voice 1 @steal 1 I do the same as explained before, but when I unpress the newone, the last one isn't sounding anymore, even I havent stopped pressing the key...
      do I explain myself... :S
      My spanish-english isn't that good jajaja :S sorry... = )
    • Sep 10 2013 | 12:05 am
      I MEAN....
      if you use poly~ with one voice, it acts as ddg.mono on LAST STEP mode... And I'd woudl like to act as legato or retrigger...
      Cause i've build a synth monophonic for bass....but maybe, one day i'd like it to be polyphonic for not just bass..
      Although I will "nearly always" use it monophonic...
    • Sep 10 2013 | 9:54 am
      your best bet is having a gate between your midi input and your poly~ and ddg.mono inlet. If you have only one voice, then set it to use ddg.mono, if you have more than that ; overlook it... admittedly it's not that easy because you'll have to detect somehow if you're using polyphony or monophony in midi, maybe you have objects for this, maybe also you had better set it manually - in which case you would just have to map a controller to the gate control inlet, it would be a monohonic/polyphonic switch.