Gong Model Crack Product Key [Mac/Win]

 

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Gong Model License Key [April-2022]

Controls whether the model should be used to animate the drum, transverse, or transverse-truck panels.
Animates the right side (transverse) or left side (transverse-truck) panel.
The model can be used for animate any waveguide, but not all waveguides can be animated.
Harmonic
Controls the degree of harmonic distortion in the gong.
Damping
Controls the degree of damping in the centre of the gong.
Damping
Controls the degree of damping on the edge of the gong.
Mic position
Controls the vertical position of the “microphone”, 0 is the centre and 1 is the edge.
Inner size
Controls the size of the inner and upper waveguide.
Inner stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Inner stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Inner size
Controls the size of the right, inner waveguide.
Inner stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Inner stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Inner size
Controls the size of the lower, inner waveguide.
Inner stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Inner stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Inner size
Controls the size of the left, inner waveguide.
Inner stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Inner stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Outer size
Controls the size of the upper right, outer waveguide.
Outer stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Outer stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Outer size
Controls the size of the lower right, outer waveguide.
Outer stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Outer stiffness
Controls the stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Outer size
Controls the

Gong Model [Win/Mac]

Controls the amplitude of the Key’s attack.
KEYMACRO Default: 1
KEYMACRO Description:
Controls the Key’s decay time.
KEYMACRO Default: 10
KEYMACRO Description:
Controls the Key’s sustain time.
KEYMACRO Default: 20
KEYMACRO Description:
Controls the Key’s release time.
KEYMACRO Default: 30
Key Command in Controllers:
Update the default macro values from the command line or MIDI channel.

Clear defaults

VSCOPED: No VSCOPED message will be sent
VSCOPED: VSCOPED message sent with value zero.

Shift Values

Change these settings in the value table below.

Use as Template

Now you have a working macro you can save it as a template so you can quickly reuse it.

Move to Template

From the menu select Edit > Template Settings…

Create new template

Click the New template button.

Note

A new template will be created on your hard drive.

Please name the template.

Close the Template Settings window.

Click OK.

Add the macro to the template.

Select the macro that you want to add.

Click the Add button.

Copy to Template

Select the macro you want to copy from the template.

Click the Copy button.

Click the Paste button.

Preview the new macro

Click the Preview button.

Delete the macro

Click the Remove button.

Note

When deleting a template it will be deleted from all MIDI devices.

Reset macro

Click the Reset button.

Note

A new macro is created with the default values.

Save macro

Click the Save button.

This macro will be saved to the current project on your hard drive.

Stop

Click the Stop button.

Undo macro

Click the Undo button.

If you have made a mistake during a macro operation, you can undo it.

Record macro

Click the Record button.

A new macro is created.

Playback macro

Click the Play button.

Playback a macro

Click the Play button.

Playback a macro

Click the Play button.

Re-play the recorded macro.
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A physical model of a metal gong. 
Inner damping
Controls the degree of damping in the centre of the gong.
Outer damping
Controls the degree of damping on the edge of the gong.
Mic position
Controls the vertical position of the “microphone”, 0 is the centre and 1 is the edge.
Inner size 1
Controls the size of the inner and upper waveguide.
Inner stiffness 1 +
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Inner stiffness 1 –
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Inner size 2
The size of the right, inner waveguide.
Inner stiffness 2 +
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Inner stiffness 2 –
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Inner size 3
The size of the lower, inner waveguide.
Inner stiffness 3 +
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Inner stiffness 3 –
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Inner size 4
The size of the left, inner waveguide.
Inner stiffness 4 +
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Inner stiffness 4 –
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Outer size 1
The size of the upper right, outer waveguide.
Outer stiffness 1 +
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Outer stiffness 1 –
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Outer size 2
The size of the lower right, outer waveguide.
Outer stiffness 2 +
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Outer stiffness 2 –
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Outer size 3
The size of the lower left, outer waveguide.
Outer stiffness 3 +
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Outer stiffness 3 –
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.
Outer size 4
The size of the upper left, outer waveguide.
Outer stiffness 4 +
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the positive direction.
Outer stiffness 4 –
The stiffness of the gong against deflections in the negative direction.

Gong Model Description:
A physical model of a metal gong. 
Inner damping

System Requirements For Gong Model:

Game: Overwatch
Game Version: 1.2.0
Game Mode: Play
Player(s): 1
Console(s): PC (Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10)
System Requirements:
Console(s): Xbox One

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