Showing posts with label Heritage. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Heritage. Show all posts

Monday, April 01, 2024

Heritage Modular & ERAE Touch

video upload by f1oat3d

"Experimenting with Embodme ERAE Touch connected to Heritage Modular DIY MPE Polyphonic synth. This is a wonderful controller, still need to learn how to use it!
I will be present at SynthFest France with this setup."

Heritage Synthesizers SFF2024 Video #1

"Single take track, tuning the software before the SynthFest. Lot of improvements, since last year: MIDI MPE, ADAT, new ADSR, enhanced VCF, touchscreen module, etc ..."

Heritage Modular new touch screen module

"Testing the new touchscreen module for my DIY polyphonic modular synth."

Monday, March 18, 2024

"A World of Heritage" (Heritage Modular Synthesizers) - 8 Voice Digital Modular Synth

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"Présentation of the prototype 'HERITAGE SYNTHESIZERS' from Frédéric Rible.
Digital modular 8 voices synthesizer with complete legacy analog interface & analog like sound!
All sounds and effects are made by the Heritage Synthesizers in 6 lives sessions.
Sounds created by Frederic & kurtz.
Up left camera : Heritage Modular main stéréo sequence live work / Keystep pro Arturia.
Down left camera : Mister M across Heritage modular filter, "PPG like" pads & effects & Bigbass end line
Up Right Camera : Heritage Modular second stéréo sequence rythm noises, strings like pad, bass line.
Down Right camera : 'Inside' the Heritage, first Triangle solo , second Formant solo and big analog end pad.
Track by Jean-Luc Briançon.
Links :
Title will be availble on Bandcamp april 2024 on new EP."

"The Heritage Modular synthesizer has been designed to mimic the typical look and feel of an early 1970s modular synthesizer but with full polyphonic capabilities. The feasibility is tightly linked to the usage of digital technologies available in 2020 to DIY enthusiasts.

From a musician perspective, the system should provide the illusion of using a classical analog modular synthesizer with knobs, switches and patch cables.

The core of the synthesizer is based on Pure Data: a powerful sound engine for the generation and processing of audio signal. The underlying algorithms has been chosen for faithful emulation of analog circuitry characteristics. As the goal is to provide with hardware user experience, the Pure Data GUI is only used during the software development phase.

A dedicated set of hardware modules has been designed to act as controllers for Pure Data. These modules are populated with knobs, switches, lights and jack sockets, as for any other classical modular synthesizer. The communication between Pure Data and these hardware modules is done via an I2C bus implemented over a standard 16-pin Eurorack connector.

This project has started in July 2020 as a DIY effort, with a first version up and running in July 2022."

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