nb: the term morphing in this context does not stand for signal analyzing, rendering, resynthesezing etc., which is used e.g. in Stephan Bernsee’s hard- (Neuron) and soft- (Prosonic) synthesizers; for these applications, Scope soft- and hardware is not suitable.
instead, CWMorph modules allow to shape the sound by fading between many module parameters (in fact, as many as wanted) at one stroke. simple example: 

(morph snap1)
osc pitch c2>
lp filter>
vca+env>
delay>
out

fades into
<->
<->
<->
<->
<->

(morph snap2)
osc pitch a1>
fixedFilterBank>
gateSeq+env>
reverb>
out

etc.
to put this into effect, three new module categories are provided: ControlUnits, CWMorph modules, and PSw modules.
- ControlUnits, which send control values to sound generating or processing modules. example:

ControlUnit1xub

this one could be used, eg, to provide control values for seamless transition between filter modules. like all CWm ControlUnits, it has memory storage for up to 8 snapshots, which can be recalled by connecting it to a MorphSwitch module.

MorphSw+ContrUnit1

when selecting a different snapshot, the CU will change it’s output:

MorphSw+ContrUnit2

the time it takes to perform this change can be defined by the little red “morph” knob; there is also “-” button for minimal fade time.
the grey output jack of the CU is then connected to a xfade2to1 module. of course, stock CW/Flexor/whatever modules can be used, as long as they have mod inputs. with the CWMorph modules,  almost everything can be modulated (=in this case: remote-controlled by ControlUnits).

MorphSw+ContrUnit+xfade2to1

 


currently five different MorphSwitches are available:
 

MorphSwitch

dspLoad 0.20
cwm download

MorphSwitchNoteVal

dspLoad 0.00
connected to the Note output of a MVC, it switches when a note is played.
note range for every snap is c-2 to b6.
cwm download

MorphSwitch Seq16

dspLoad 31.30/28.10
a snap sequence (16 snaps) can be programmed. a ramp module has to be connected (typically w/ div16, for a 16bar sequence). cwm download

MorphSwitch_IR

dspLoad 19.80/16.70/16.60
switching occurs depending on input value:
-64 to -48> sw1, -48 to -32 ->sw2... for bipolar values and 0 to 8 ->sw1, 8 to 16.... for unipolar values  accordingly. cwm download

MorphSwitchFlex

dspLoad 15.70/12.50/12.50  - flexible switching + gateOut  cwm download

 

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Morph+PSw
ControlUnits
CWMorph_modules
PSw_modules