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Automation Parameter for Note FX On/Off

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asked Mar 9, 2018 in Instruments and Plug-Ins by neiljordan1 (17,510 points)
retagged May 22, 2018 by neiljordan1
There's a lot of great automation for Note FX, but no way to turn them on/off via automation (e.g. to have an arpeggiator only kick in for specific parts of a song).

Would love to see either a bypass or on/off parameter available for Note FX so this could be achieved.

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answered Mar 27, 2018 by AlexTinsley (911,870 points)
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answered Nov 21, 2019 by joehander1 (1,210 points)
Yes i also need it, i try it today and can't by pass...
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answered Apr 11, 2020 by anthonydatri (170 points)
YES! I've been trying to figure it out all day, I gave up and realized it can't be done. I'm trying to do glitch effects in a transition and it's been a friggin' nightmare due to this because the sequencer of glitch doesn't line up with the piece that I want to do it.

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answered Nov 18, 2020 by dvhbakce (150 points)
Another request for this.

I'm working on a track where I have a legato violin for 14 beats, followed by an arpeggiated pizzicato for 2 beats. As things stand, I am using 2 tracks to achieve this, one to control the legato and keyswitch midi, and another to control the arpeggiated midi. This seems a little clunky in a product that generally prioritises work flow fluidity.

Obviously, this isn't a massive problem, but it would be nice to have it all contained in one track.