[sdiy] Linear FM/Noise modulation demo

Scott Gravenhorst music.maker at gte.net
Sat Aug 24 16:18:17 CEST 2002

Ok, Paul, very frig'n nice.  Just what I'm after.  Cool timbre changes, I
take it ala FM.  Nice piece.

"Paul Schreiber" <synth1 at airmail.net> wrote:
>Here is an audio demo of both audio frequency linear FM and VCOs expo FM'd with noise:
>scroll down a bit, look for the Robert Rich live demo (it's long, like 6MB).
>At the very beginning of the piece (first 30 sec) you will hear a 
>high, "whispy" unpitched sound. This is a MOTM-300 VCO FM's by an 
>enveloped burst of attenuated white noise (from MOTM-101). The is 
>also some audio frequency PWM (not much, just enoug to give the 
>sound a slight 'slurring' effect). Linear FM makes *wonderful* 
>marimba/xylophone timbres. There is a looping 16-note sequence 
>down in the mix of a marimba pattern. You can hear is around the 
>1:10 to 1:10 and the 1:20 to 1:29 marks. About 1/2 way through, 
>the 'lead' voice switches from Korg Wavestation to a patch using 
>pink noise into the linear FM, and fed through a pair of MOTM-410 
>Triple Resonant filters. The center frequencies are 'jittered' by 
>white noise passing through a MOTM-820 VC Lag processor. This 
>acts as a sort of LPF, that in turn "smears" the 6 BP filters 
>about their fixed center points. This particular live performance 
>is a great overall example of using the 2 techniques mentioned. 

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