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    <p>What type of tone generation does this project use? Top octave
      generator/dividers were typical in many 70s string synths.</p>
    <p>- Oren<br>
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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 7/9/21 9:09 AM, francesco mulassano
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      <div dir="ltr">as a feature, however, I would really like to use
        the original scheme as much as possible and remain analog as
        possible (apart from midi, lfo and reverb)<br>
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        <div dir="ltr" class="gmail_attr">Il giorno ven 9 lug 2021 alle
          ore 14:14 Mike Bryant <<a
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            <div>Well I would suggest at least doing the midi through
              oscillators out in digital.  Definitely easier and cheaper
              as a single mcu will be powerful enough and is needed for
              midi anyway.</div>
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            <div>From: francesco mulassano via Synth-diy </div>
            <div>Date:09/07/2021 12:17 (GMT+00:00) </div>
            <div>To: SYNTH DIY </div>
            <div>Subject: [sdiy] Polyphonic MIDI to CV </div>
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              <div dir="ltr">Hi, I'm thinking of creating a string
                machine starting from a project from the 70s. Basically,
                a replica of an analog string machine with new
                components. The tricky part I think is the full
                polyphony with the MIDI to CV conversion. There will be
                no keyboard in the instrument but there will be midi
                input connection.<br>
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                Do you have any idea, project that does not use
                commercial modules that would be impossible to implement
                in the circuit?<br>
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                Thank you<br>
                Francesco</div>
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