MATRIXSYNTH: Updated Prototype Analog DIY Polysynth by adamstan

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Updated Prototype Analog DIY Polysynth by adamstan

Prototypowe Dźwięki | Prototype Sounds vol. 2 - splits & layers

Published on Jun 28, 2017 adamstan84

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"Next - hopefully final - prototype of my analog polyphonic synthesizer. New features in this version are 8 voices, bitimbrality and stereo output from each voicecard, with independent panning circuits.

2xVCO (with sync and PWM), Ringmod, FM (VCO A/noise to VCF / VCO B), 3xADSR, 3xLFO, multimode VCF 12dB/oct. - LPF/HPF/BPF

Table of contents (numbers in parentheses indicate voice allocation between layers):
00:03 Autotune - takes approx. 15 seconds
00:21 Split: Unison bass + Strings (4+4)
01:02 Organ (8)
01:24 Split: Pad + brass (4+4)
02:05 VCF used as sine oscillator with keyboard tracking (8). Filters don't have temperature compensation so they will drift, however, given some time to warm up they keep pretty well
02:29 Brass (8)
02:50 Layer: Pad + ringmod bells (4+4)
03:21 Split: Bass + comp (1+7)
04:19 Split: Pad + lead (7+1)
05:14 some filter tweaking - playing with resonance, envelope depth and switching between different modes
07:00 Stereo spread adjustment"

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