... i recall peter g commenting on how using the triangle as original source of other wave forms has a strong influence on the 259 s character. would it evenMessage 1 of 367 , Aug 5, 2004View Source
> >i recall peter g commenting on how using the triangle as original source of other wave
> > What would you prefer doepfer to
> > release?the buchla 259-style complex
> > vco (that tracks right only for about 4
> > octaves)OR,an expansion module for the
> > A111 triangle output that will feature
> > all the buchla 259 waveshaping
> > functions?
> > o BUCHLA 259 VCO MODULE WITH ABOUT ONLY 4 OCTAVES PROPER KEYBOARD
> > o A111 EXPANSION MODULE WITH ALL BUCHLA 259 WAVESHAPING
forms has a strong influence on the 259's character. would it even matter in this regard
that the proposed expander's triangle is actually derived from a sine? guess what i'm
really wondering is does it even matter where the triangle comes from?
also, in general i prefer to have access to an instrument's limits (to the point it begins to
malfunction). seems that the 4 octave range would be better suited for enjoying this type
of behavior/abuse. as is often the case w modern instruments, i'm afraid much of the
magic may be lost to over-engineering.
Enter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the Doepfer_a100 group: Would you buy a Doepfer A100 Serge Voltage Controlled Slope inspired module?Message 367 of 367 , Nov 19, 2012View SourceEnter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the
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