AnsweredQuestion on Galbanum - Piscis LFO waveforms

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2016/11/07 15:46:08 (permalink)

Question on Galbanum - Piscis LFO waveforms

Hi - I happened to buy the Galbanum - Piscis expansion pack for Rapture, eons ago, and while setting up anew laptop with Sonar and All the other apps and expansions and such, I realized that the installation of the Galbanum - Piscis expansion pack replaces the original Rapture LFO waveforms folder with its own.
 
SOOOO - my question is this: if I use this expansion pack will that then make all other sounds sound different, because they will be suddenly using modified or replaced LFO waveforms?
 
Would I be better off NOT using that expansion pack, if I plan on using original sounds that rely on the original waveforms?
 
I am actually not installing Rapture itself, or Dimension Pro, just will be installing Rapture Pro, which includes all the original Dim Pro and Rapture sounds.
 
Any thoughts from anyone on this?
 
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Re: Question on Galbanum - Piscis LFO waveforms 2016/11/07 16:13:22 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby robert_e_bone 2016/12/08 11:12:48
Not all patches use LFO waveforms. IIRC, Piscis does not overwrite the original 8 shipped with Rapture. I do not recall if RPro ships with more than the original Rapture 8. I did not save the original RPro LFO waveforms folder. I probably should have. I have several version of the Rapture folder. The original Piscis installer made a copy of the LFO waveforms folder. I am not sure if the current installer does the same. It is easy enough to swap out the folder.
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Re: Question on Galbanum - Piscis LFO waveforms 2016/11/08 00:01:13 (permalink)
k thanks

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Sonar: Platinum (x64), X3 (x64) 
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Re: Question on Galbanum - Piscis LFO waveforms 2016/11/09 22:10:33 (permalink)
What scook said.... and man I love piscus.

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