The modulation matrix
Although modulation assignments in VPS Avenger are generally made via drag and drop, they're all brought together for perusal and editing in the modulation matrix, which replaces the LFO panel when selected. Occupying such a small window, the Matrix can get a bit cramped, but Vengeance have optimised the space by listing mod sources as collapsible ‘folders' with targets nested inside. Not only does this make navigation admirably straightforward, it also enables each group of targets to be instantly reassigned by swapping out the source at the top – ingenious! Every source and target can be individually disabled, and the whole lot can be collapsed with a click of the arrow button at the bottom left.
Pairings can be defined in the Matrix, too: click the + button and choose a source from the potentially huge (depending on the scale of your patch) menu that appears. Then, click
select target in the newly created slot and select your intended target parameter from an even more extensive list. To adjust the modulation depth, drag the slider left or right; and to apply an onset ramp, drag the Inertia icon at the right-hand end. To add further targets to a source, click the Add button.