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Re: modulation expansion kit for the korg mono/poly

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  • scituate_mass
    Sounds amazing. I love the idea of using a non-destructive break out box. I could never get myself to drill into a synth like this.... I would pay extra to
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      Sounds amazing. I love the idea of using a non-destructive break out box. I could never get myself to drill into a synth like this.... I would pay extra to have that option (though I hope pricing could still be kept on the lower end).

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      --- In korg_mono-poly@yahoogroups.com, Alan Dicker <alanmdicker@...> wrote:
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      > How about replacing R82 100k and R49 47k with different value resistors to get a wider de-tune width?
      > with 10 k at each pointI get 3.5 semitones of de-tune and with 1k I get 16.6
      >
      > Don't think it will make it to the kit.  but a nice mod for a user to put add.
      >
      >
      > ________________________________
      > From: Florian Anwander <fanwander@...>
      > To: korg_mono-poly@yahoogroups.com
      > Cc: Alan <alanmdicker@...>
      > Sent: Tuesday, 19 February 2013, 15:39
      > Subject:Re: [korg_mono-poly] modulation expansion kit for the korg mono/poly
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      >  
      > Hello Alan
      >
      > great ideas!
      >
      > Am 19.02.2013 14:40, schrieb Alan:
      > > 4: VCO1 as mixable source to MG1 mod wheel destinations.
      > I'd use VCO4. Because you cannot detune VCO1 and you want to tune the
      > modulationspeed for sure.
      >
      > > 6: VCO1 keyboard CV defeat. This comes in handy when you wish to
      > > modulate the other VCOs or the external audio from a fixed frequency
      > > oscillator. it also has a great effect on the sync function. VCO
      > > plays the last note CV it received but still excepts CV summed from
      > > the octave switch and Mod / pitch wheel CVs.
      > Again: Why VCO1? Use VCO4.
      >
      > I'd suggest also a "wide-range" option for the tune potentiometer of
      > VCO4 (decrease R130 240k -> 22k or even less).
      >
      > > 7: Phase sync on all oscillators.
      > How would you achieve it technically?
      >
      > And another idea: A sync pulse from Gate to all VCOs. This resets the
      > VCOs on each note and assures, that bassnotesalways starte at the same
      > phase with all oscillators, even if the VCOs then are free running.
      >
      > You may add my mods too.
      >
      > Florian
      >
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