I hope you'll forgive this rather convoluted question or 2.
I have Omnisphere and I'll be buying Trilian on its release.
I currently have Atmosphere and Trilogy with their similar interfaces.
Now, I'm mainly a patch user, with a few tweaks here and there and thought that I ought to get deeper into these fantastic synths (and so make better use of Omni & Trilian too)
What I've been doing today is playing around with Atmos & Trilogy with the manuals and other bits in front of me.
I'm quite happy with the modulation section and routing to the LFO's, CC, mod wheel etc.
I'm quite happy with the pitch envelope
I can hear the differences when using the master filter section, filter env and amp env, but here are my questions:
Is there any form of "circuit" diagram out there that shows the flow of one section to another?
For instance, if I set up the filter in the modulation section to, say lfo3, how do the main filter section and the filter env section react to that?
How can I explain? If I set the filter in the modulation section, does changing the master filter or filter env only act upon the limitations or settings of the filter value in the modulation section?
Or shall I ask if it is a series or parallel configuration where one acts upon the value of another, or the sum of one or another?
I told you it was going to be convoluted, but hopefully someone can understand where I'm coming from (Eric? Hans?)
I really feel I owe it to the designers of these synths to use them a bit more than a patch library, whilst at the same time learning more about synth programming in general.
Anyone feel like diving in at the deep end in a few simple paragraphs?
I'd be really grateful