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Subject: Re: ChaosFactory: quesstion

From: "Paul Schreiber" <synth1@...
Date: 1999-11-06

See my original post.

That is what I said: each PIC has a CV input. The CV input determines
just how chaotic it behaves,

Paul 'Chaos' Schreiber

-----Original Message-----
From: hodad1@... <hodad1@...>
To: <>
Date: Friday, November 05, 1999 5:51 PM
Subject: Re: [motm] ChaosFactory: quesstion

>From: hodad1@...
>now here's something i was wondering about:
>Could you control a chaoscillator almost like a bandpass filter--
>i.e., define a narrow (or not so narrow) band over which it could vary?
>& then make the bandwidth & band freq voltage controllable (separately)?
>Is this making sense?
>I'm thinking that being able to shift the range of the chaos in midstream
>allow you to have two (or more) different "playing techniques" for your
>(e.g. use one setting for staccato notes & one for sustained notes.)
>So am I on or off my rocker here?