OT but excellent

Fraser, Colin J Colin.Fraser at scottishpower.plc.uk
Thu Mar 30 13:25:41 CEST 2000


How about a reverb built from a slinky, with an actuator at one end, and a
transducer at the other.
A bit of feedback could keep it oscillating for LFO effects, and it would
look cool hanging from the side of your modular ;-)
You could build separate actuators and transducers for longitudinal and
transverse waves.
Now if you could get an LFO slinky made from light emitting wire... ;-)

Colin f


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Haible Juergen [mailto:Juergen.Haible at nbgm.siemens.de]
> Sent: 30 March 2000 12:08
> To: Toby Paddock; 'Don Tillman'
> Cc: synth-diy at node12b53.a2000.nl
> Subject: RE: OT but excellent
> 
> 
> 	>How about a simulated spring reverb that 
> 	>works in the LFO frequency range?
> 	> - -- -  Toby Paddock
> 
> Maybe there is enough low end in an ordinary Spring Reverb already ?
> Steep LPF @ 16Hz at the output and high gain ?
> 
> JH.
> 



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