MATRIXSYNTH: The Cat by Octave - Vintage Analog Synthesizer - Duophonic Mode Demo - No Talking

Wednesday, November 06, 2019

The Cat by Octave - Vintage Analog Synthesizer - Duophonic Mode Demo - No Talking


Published on Nov 6, 2019 Earmonkey Music

"This is my Cat. One of my favorite synths ever. This is the non SRM version, built in 1976. The Cat has a duophonic mode where VCO 1 will play the higher note, and VCO 2 the lower. In this video I kind of take the Cat through some interesting modulations. You can route two different sources to modulate things like pitch, filter cutoff, etc.. There's an ADSR and an AR envelope. The ADSR can be set to be a repeating envelope as well. In this patch I have the VCA being controlled by the AR envelope, and the filter being modulated by a repeating ADSR envelope, and also the LFO. You can switch LFO modulation from a triangle wave, or a square wave, or S&H. Later in the video I switch from the ADSR controlling filter to VCO 1 controlling filter for some audio rate modulation of the filter which really dirties things up. II am using a bit of Valhalla reverb and delay as well. The Cat can really growl and I love it. Enjoy!"

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