CZ V - Tips & Tricks

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Please find below a few CZ-V tips and tricks
You will likely find an answer here:

Besides the available modulator waveforms, CZ V lets you edit your own wave shapes.
Please check the below instructions on how to proceed.

Create a custom waveform

1. From the Line panel, please click on one of the two wave periods
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2. Click on the Custom window to open the wave editor.
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3. The editor lets you modify the modulator transfer function to shape the waveform.
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4. In case you raised the DCW knob, the edition will be directly applied to the Carrier, which can be visualised from the oscilloscope.
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Arturia’s multiple-segment envelopes have the particularity to be syncable and loopable.
Please check the below instructions on how to proceed.

Create a custom waveform

1. From the envelope panel, make sure to set your envelope mode to MSEG.
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2. Click on the Loop button at the bottom of the envelope panel.
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3. The editor lets you modify the modulator transfer function to shape the waveform.
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4. In case you raised the DCW knob, the change will be directly applied to the Carrier, which can be visualised from the oscilloscope.
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The macros are very useful tools that let you modulate several parameters with one control.
See below how to create your own:

Create a macro

1. From the Modulation panel, set the Macro 1 as a modulation source.
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2. Set as modulation destinations the parameters you wish to control with the Macro.
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3. Define a modulation amount for each parameter.
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4. Raise or lower the Macro slider will now modify all the parameters assigned simultaneously.

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