Here's a bit of Modsynthery. I couldn't be bothered to wire up any oscillators. So there aren't any.
Man, I'd like some explanation of how you get sound with nothing coming from Note CV. Makes me feel simpleminded.
@JHS. I don't think this is the best place for, specific, details. We can do that, somewhere else, but you have answered you're own question.
CV. Control Voltage. You must have modulated the pitch of an oscillator with an LFO, sometime in your life. You used CV to do that. OK. So it wasn't nicely calibrated to produce a western scale, like Note CV, should you plug it into the Note input of an oscillator. But it's, just, a voltage. Same as what comes out of the velocity output, the mod wheel output, envelope generators, oscillators and anything else you can get a signal out of.
Hardwired synths don't give you the choice about what controls what. This is a modular system. Nothing, here, is compulsory. Rip that paradigm up into shreds. It doesn't exist.
OK, that is enough for the time being ... Now I will see if I can make use of what you just said.
I'll be, very, surprised, if you can't :)
The subsynth. It's filter has keyboard tracking. Note CV, on that machine, opens the filter. Neh?
Really nice Paulovsky, good drive and extraordinary sounds. Maybe a little thin in the lowend, more bottom would give it more attitue I think (a low 808 maybe). But it is very punchy as is. Now I need to download the caustic file to check out your sound design, a lot of FM I imagine.
Would that I could. This is all feedback. Any variety of FM is not an option.
Yeah I saw that, amazing. So many cool sounds you get out of feedback loops. This may be the way to go to create sound effects normal synthesis cant produce. I have to play around with this and see how far I can take it.
Enjoyed flicking through the set up there.
Loved the almost 303 cut-off/res style slow ups and downs at some point coming from channel D
Will certainly learn a few things from that.
I found my phone struggling with the processing when certain channels/tracks kicked in.
But, hey, thats androids problem, it'll be fine on my Windows set up. So looking forward to going through it in more detail.