Setting voice location in harmonized layers

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4 months 1 week ago #75 by Bodhiman
I play Synthophone ( midi sax ) and it has a powerful onboard harmonizing function , so I often used harmonized textures in performance. When using Respiro I'd like to be able to force the lead voice in an ensemble of voices to play the top note of a chord. This choice ( first note / last note or top note / bottom note )) exists in the VL70 and I have often used this setting to get what I want from an ensemble sound that is playing harmonic structures.
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4 months 1 week ago #88 by imoxplus
Fully understand this requirement...this is on our list ....no promises (yet) for when we can do it....

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4 months 5 days ago #104 by ewi4christ

Bodhiman wrote: This choice ( first note / last note or top note / bottom note )) exists in the VL70 and I have often used this setting to get what I want from an ensemble sound that is playing harmonic structures.

Hi, I like your suggestion. BTW, how do you do harmonizing with VL70m, which is a monophonic synth? Sorry for question unrelated to Respiro. Many thanks, Min

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4 months 4 days ago - 4 months 4 days ago #107 by Frank
Hi

Multiple VL70m can be combined to create one polyphonic device. Can be mixed with PLG-VL cards
How can be found in de VLwiz manual, chapter 12
VLwiz is Created by the Creator of Respiro ;)
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4 months 4 days ago #124 by ewi4christ
Multiple VL devices... make sense. Thank you so much. Happy Easter.

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