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----- Original Message -----
From: "J. Larry Hendry" <jlarryh@...>
Sent: Sunday, July 30, 2000 3:06 PM
Subject: Re: [motm] 700 modulations
> I have a little 5 sec mpeg file of this effect showing the scope and
> the wave if anyone would like to see what Tomy's idea produces. I added
> audio in a modulation. Very cool. The file is about 200K. I thought
> a bit big to post to the list.
> Larry H
> Tomy wrote:
> Just toying with waveform mangling. With a ramp into both the CV and A
> inputs on a 700, and -5 into the B input, I get a waveform whose positive
> is ramp and negative is square or pulse. And it is an octave higher. Very
> similar to a recent discussion on synth-diy.
> Of course, now I want VC of the switch threshold on the 700.
> LH responds:
> OK, I just tried this. Cool. However, I did not get the octave up thing.
> Try this with +5 volts. MUCH more interesting in my opinion.
> BTW, my suggestion for mixing another CV with your CV-IN of the 700 works
> control the threshold just as I thought. Now, use the follow inputs to
> 1 - LFO - gives you LFO speed PWM of your saw/pulse wave
> 2 - EG - gives you a wave that migrates over time.
> 3 - Audio from another VCO (higher freq) - S∗∗T this is wicked. You get
> audio of the second oscillator appearing on the other wave just at the
> of the pulse, almost in a carrier like fashion. Sweep it and it is kind of
> like hard sync, but not.