Monday, September 03, 2007

MOTM sequence with 1 VCO, 1VCF, 1VCA, and some knob noodling ;-)

Thought this time, I'd give you a bit of sound to enjoy.
This is my modular, just one VCO, 1 VCF (the 440), and a VCA, a few ADSR's and an LFO patched in strategically, and just a sequence, which is a little shaky, but hey, this was to demonstrate the synth, not to be some song ;-)
I was going to give you the sound in the new video format, that blogger now offers, but kept giving me an error, so instead, click on this link to download the demo. It's a zip file, but after unzipping, you'll get an MP3 file which is high quality. (size is 9.8MB unzipped)
It is also available on the downloads page (see MOTM sound samples link in the column to the right), but this is easier ;-)

T J

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's not a particularly good demo of the MOTM system. Pretty much any basic monosynth or freeware softsynth could easily emulate that.

Not a good sales pitch for a 1300 bucks worth of modules!

1:28 PM  
Blogger K2K Koos said...

I'm positive that a mono synth or software synth could emulate this, but what I was trying to convey is that you don't have to wait until you have zillions of modules to start having fun with a modular, you can enjoy it's (basic) qualities from an early moment onwards.

Yes I know it's not the greatest sequence i've ever produced, it was kind of thrown together, but the sequence wasn't the focus, it was the sound quality of the synth, even though only 1 VCO is in use, it sound pretty darn good. A second , and 3rd VCO will potentially make it even better, and offer more options.
It's not yet up to a (mini) Moog, but it will be eventually :-)

6:52 PM  

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