MATRIXSYNTH: The DIY Strings/Choir-Synthesizer 3.0 Demo

Sunday, October 11, 2020

The DIY Strings/Choir-Synthesizer 3.0 Demo

Andreas Remshagen

"This is the second Modification of my DIY Strings/Choir-Synthesizer
You hear 15 different Sound-examples repeating the same theme
- Please write in the comments which is your favorite!
Each Strings-Group from the four Groups has its own CV-1V/Oct in
and each is connected to one CV-out of a Polyend Poly2. So there is a
4-voice-Polyphony playable over a PC or a MIDI-keyboard. I added a
Gate-in that is connected to the poly2's first gate-out. The gate in drives
a variable Attack-Release for the whole Strings.
one Oscillator in each Strings-Group is tuned one Octave higher
for a larger sound
The Effects i used are a
modified behringer Vintage-Phaser (i'll explain in my next vid) and a
Yamaha FX-500.
the Settings of the FX-500 are:

REV + MOD on,

REV: TYP: DLY, MIX: 50, LVL: +1, L-DLY: 150.0, R-DLY: 300.0, FB: 1, L=R

MOD: TYP: SYM, SPED: 0.7, DEP: 80, MIX: 90, LVL: +5

The Attack-Release cirquit i took from Ray Wilsons Noise-Toaster
The VCA circuit comes from YuSynths site
The full description of the Strings-Synth you'll find in the first Strings-Synth

See the Remshagen label below for more.

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