mike at heqx.com
Wed Sep 6 23:37:54 CEST 2017
I have a couple of MC14500 based computers. Now that you mention 1 bit
architecture, I'm thinking I should "try" to write some kind of
oscillator on one of them.
That would be crazy to make a synth from a one bit industrial control
On 9/6/2017 5:30 PM, Donald Tillman wrote:
>> On Sep 5, 2017, at 2:28 PM, Dave <dlmanley at sonic.net
>> <mailto:dlmanley at sonic.net>> wrote:
>> If you're taking feature requests a simple amplitude envelope would
>> be a great addition.
> I wouldn't want to add features that would run counter to the spirit
> of the original Muse. The Muse didn't have envelopes, it was just a
> square wave.
> More appropriate features might include:
> * presenting a plot of the melody as it's created so patterns are
> * presenting the melody in musical notation
> * being able to back up the melody
> * implementing the optional Muse Light Show cabinet
> * synchronizing multiple Muses
> ... and so forth.
> In other news, Google has picked this up, and it's now the third match
> when you search "triadex muse". And Synthtopia is featuring it. Whee!
> -- Don
> Donald Tillman, Palo Alto, California
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