MATRIXSYNTH: Introducing Tyso Daiko - Dual Wavetable Drum Voice - ALM031

Wednesday, October 06, 2021

Introducing Tyso Daiko - Dual Wavetable Drum Voice - ALM031

video upload by ALM TV

"Introducing the TYSO DAIKO, the successor to the recently retired Dinky. The ‘Tyso Daiko’ updates our unique 12 bit drum module with another voice, new features, capabilities and improved control.

The Twin voices are independently triggered and output, but share pitch, envelope and other parameters of a swept wavetable oscillator (with updated waves). A ‘surface’ control to adds optional additional ‘punch’ or attack to output.

One voice is output through a voltage controlled analog tilt EQ emphasising upper or lower frequencies. The other voice is output through a digital wavefolder which adds increasing timbre complexity reaching noise. Voices also feature accent and choke control (voice 1!).

Full voltage control including a V/Oct pitch input makes the Daiko a fun, expressive and wide ranging drum module with extremely wide pallet of sounds with lots of modulation possibilities.

In this video we take a look at all the features and build some patches with the Daiko as the centrepiece.

Section Time Stamps:
0:00 - Intro
0:46 - Basic Connections - Trig Inputs
2:16 - Basic Connections -Accent Input
2:53 - Basic Connections -Choke Input
3:21 - Basic Connections -V/Oct Input
4:11 - Voice Controls - Release
4:44 - Voice Controls -Surface
5:43 - Voice Controls -Waves
8:12 - Out 1 - EQ Section
10:33 - Out 2 - Wavefolder
12:02 - Pitch Controls
14:53 - CV Inputs
18:18 - Patches - Dual Voice Bubbling Sounds
21:07 - Patches - Beat with 8 Sampled Daiko Hits
23:09 - Patches - Ambient Dual Synth Voices
26:52 - Outro"

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