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Tip: linear (straight) lines in subsynth wform editor/padsynth editor

If you've been me, you've been trying to make lines, sharp lines in the subsynth editor (less so in padsynth editor. But maybe you did :)) oh! Just a thought, you can use this trick in pattern auto too.

I stumbled upon this this morning, and my apologies if everyone already knows it...

If you use multi-touch you can create lines from finger to finger (put two fingers on the screen) and I also noticed that you can get interesting seated (edit: serated)edges by moving your fingers a very certain way. Experiment.

The seated (edit: serated... What's wrong with you, autocorrect?) edges aren't there at all if you do it correctly, but appear if you don't, but either way it's useful. :D

Also for square kind of shapes, dragster finger from editor to underneath editor and swipe around a little for the shape you desire (I think that one is known though!)

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U can turn off auto correct

U can turn off auto correct on your android. And still keep the suggestive words hints going.

go in settings of android. And language input. Maybe even keyboard. It is somewhere herre u can change it for good. How u want it.

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Thx for sharing information!

Thx for sharing information!

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Autocorrect hates me.

Autocorrect hates me.

I make creative EDM utilising Caustic and many other Daws. See for yourself on my SoundCloud, you may like it :) https://soundcloud.com/xandyaudio thanks!

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Lol nawww its not singlin' u

Lol nawww its not singlin' u out on a date or nothing lol it just got too many spouses!!!! Lmao!!!

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I found that out using the

I found that out using the pad synth. I didn't know this was for the Subsynth too. *tries it* OOH SHINY! yes

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It is so useful for creating

It is so useful for creating awesome single cycle waveforms...

I make creative EDM utilising Caustic and many other Daws. See for yourself on my SoundCloud, you may like it :) https://soundcloud.com/xandyaudio thanks!

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I just found you can make

I just found you can make nice fat looking waveforms by pinching with two fingers turning them sideways and dragging from left to right or vice versa. Change the distance of your fingers and you get fatter or thinner waveforms. Wiggling them as you do this has a nice effect too. 

 

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That's what I mentioned in

That's what I mentioned in the post about moving your fingers a certain way. Cool results come out of doing that.

If you do it faster, the spikes are farther apart, and slower, it's a slightly textured curve...

I make creative EDM utilising Caustic and many other Daws. See for yourself on my SoundCloud, you may like it :) https://soundcloud.com/xandyaudio thanks!

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Yeah. I like it. It brings

Yeah. I like it. It brings out my inner nerd in a big way. I'm pulling up earthquake waveforms and solar X-ray chart data to try and draw... Yep... See what's been started here! ;)