MATRIXSYNTH: Patch and Tell: Buchla 291 Fun - Modular Synthesizer Demonstration - 258 - Frequency Modulation

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Patch and Tell: Buchla 291 Fun - Modular Synthesizer Demonstration - 258 - Frequency Modulation


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This is a basic demonstration of the 291 vintage buchla filter clone by Roman Filippov. I am using it in conjunction with the 258 dual oscillator clone by Dunnington Audio, UK as well as a Buchla USA 281h/292h combo. The filters are being used in parallel. The Q setting is at top of its range. I have them calibrated for a modest max Q setting. I have a randomly generated pattern emitting from the 218e using a latched arpeggio.

The 291 Dual Voltage Controlled Filter is made up of two bandpass filters with adjustable Q, Center Frequency, and Bandwidth. The Center Frequency and Bandwidth are also voltage controllable.

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