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Thu Apr 14 16:35:27 CEST 2011
Tom Wiltshire <tom at electricdruid.net> wrote:
>On 14 Apr 2011, at 05:23, Scott Gravenhorst wrote:
>> Some Bach done on DIY synthesizers.... Guess which kind... (c:
>> -- ScottG
>OMG! We've gone full circle!!
>Nice work, Scott. This is done with your string model synth,
>right? It has a karplus-strong plucked quality! Anywhich way,
>well done for getting it all to the final polished stage at which
>it can produce music.
Thanks - I probably should have written what I used...
Xarp-56 - a 56 voice Karplus-Strong harp model. (struck or plucked)
PolyDrum - a 55 voice chromatically tuned tonal drum synth made of 55 state
variable bandpass filters which are "struck" (impulse excited).
A 16 voice FM bell synth (8 oscillators per voice)
127 voices in all.
All 3 synths have a built in delay effect. No external effects were used.
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