There are two good things about Perfecto and two bad
things: the good things are that Perfecto's two oscs
modulate each other to create classic analog
effects, and that Perfecto includes a pitch scaling
component.. meaning that your playing is in key and
that pitch modulation can create complex arpeggios.
The bad things are that cross-modulation uses
TONS of cpu and the oscillators aren't antialiased..
these are some of my first audio oscillators.
- Oscs (4 voices
of poly) - Sine, saw, tri and square waveforms,
Key (syncing oscillators to NoteOn events),
Octave, Tune and Portamento.
- LFOs - Sine,
saw ramp, square and triangle waveforms, synced
to key or free running.
- Scale - main
pitch bus is snapped to user-input scale.
(H/L/B/R) - When the filter tracking mode button
is lit, the filter’s cutoff tracks whatever is
coming out of the scaler instead of the played