MATRIXSYNTH: Make Noise Telharmonic

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Make Noise Telharmonic

Published on Feb 21, 2017 Perfect Circuit Audio

"The Telharmonic from Make Noise is an ode to synthesis history. In implements digital models of three classic early electronic tone generation techniques. The first one is a 3-Voice additive harmonic synthesis engine that is inspired by the development of the Telharmonium (where the module gets its title), invented by Thaddeus Cahill in 1897. The second is modeled after a computer program written by James Tenney at Bell Laboratories in 1961. This synthesis model was made to generate fluctuating noise bands. The third synthesis engine is a classic Phase Modulation modeler, as used in many commercial digital synths from the 1980's."

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