So for example, if I wanted a section of my music composition to use the
with_fx:**** do function, and I have a series of logical FX presets of my own to apply to a neighbouring series of raw samples I have recorded e.g. five samples of the same raw sound at pentatonic pitches, can FX be tailored?
Alike to the options of tailoring ASDR envelope aspects and amplitude to various synth pitches and samples, is there a way of firstly programming dB and Hz independently, and then secondly, creating variables for combined levels of these - to apply to the specific neighbouring raw samples?
So perhaps we could imagine something like:
with_fx, db: +23, Hz: 500 do # (or perhaps a pre-tailored variable to match the specific sample e.g. 'nasal')
sample :nasal_c3, rate: 1, release: 0.5, amp: 0.5
sample :nasal_e3, rate: 1, release: 0.5, amp: 0.5
sample :nasal_g3, rate: 1, release: 0.5, amp: 0.5
Or is there perhaps already a programming approach that exists, to produce a similar result?