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Re: [xl7] Evolver

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  • erik_magrini@Baxter.com
    Can you set up the stereo filters to be controlled at the same time, ie with only one knob? rEalm Ravi Ivan Sharma 10/31/02 06:10 PM
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      Can you set up the stereo filters to be controlled at the same time, ie
      with only one knob?

      rEalm





      "Ravi Ivan Sharma" <noision1@...>
      10/31/02 06:10 PM
      Please respond to xl7


      To: xl7@yahoogroups.com
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      Well it's huge sounding. Must truly be the most capable monosynth yet. Not
      to mention a great effects box for any source. i believe you can make this
      thing do a lot of what the Linn Adrenalin can do given its 4 part step
      sequencer. There are extensive modulation destinations and many many
      sources too. There are tunable feedback loops and distrortion all over the
      place if you want it. It sounds like what it is, which is a state of the
      art melding of the best stuff from the past: true analog oscs (2) with 2
      analog resonant filters (1 for each channel--although a monosynth it is a
      true stereo processor) but all the controls being via dsp control and
      hence a lot of control indeed. Add two digital oscs with wavetables from
      the Prophet VS and the sequencer and the only thing you want anymore is to
      buy more (they can be ganged together under single control to make a poly
      synth).

      Well priced to. Since Dave Smith is doing everything himself and orders
      are direct only, the price of $475 which includes shipping is far less
      than it would have to be if the unit were available in stores. Makes my
      beloved Pulse shake in fear.

      I would liked to have had an arpeggiator as well though. Perhaps in future
      O.S. updates maybe.
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      Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 8:17 AM
      Subject: [xl7] Evolver


      Details!!!! Was it worth the wait?


      rEalm




      I got my evolver today btw.









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    • Ravi Ivan Sharma
      The filters are always controlled with the single cutoff, res, and adsr, however there is a spit parameter which when increased, moves the cutoff of one filter
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 1, 2002
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        The filters are always controlled with the single cutoff, res, and adsr, however there is a spit parameter which when increased, moves the cutoff of one filter up while pulling the other's down. This is pretty wild. The filters are only parallel with one for right (a single analog osc and a singe digital osc and external input) and the other for left (same stuff). At the end of the chain, you can keep, lessen, invert or make mono the stereo chain. Everything changable that I have mentioned is a modulation destination as well. So you have a lot of control for doing pretty wild things. Many of the patches and sequences in the initial patches witht he shipped units (all memory is ram, can be completely erased) sound like two or more synths ganged together instead of just one little one.


        ----- Original Message -----
        From: erik_magrini@...
        To: xl7@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Friday, November 01, 2002 5:43 AM
        Subject: Re: [xl7] Evolver


        Can you set up the stereo filters to be controlled at the same time, ie
        with only one knob?

        rEalm





        "Ravi Ivan Sharma" <noision1@...>
        10/31/02 06:10 PM
        Please respond to xl7


        To: xl7@yahoogroups.com
        cc:
        Subject: Re: [xl7] Evolver


        Well it's huge sounding. Must truly be the most capable monosynth yet. Not
        to mention a great effects box for any source. i believe you can make this
        thing do a lot of what the Linn Adrenalin can do given its 4 part step
        sequencer. There are extensive modulation destinations and many many
        sources too. There are tunable feedback loops and distrortion all over the
        place if you want it. It sounds like what it is, which is a state of the
        art melding of the best stuff from the past: true analog oscs (2) with 2
        analog resonant filters (1 for each channel--although a monosynth it is a
        true stereo processor) but all the controls being via dsp control and
        hence a lot of control indeed. Add two digital oscs with wavetables from
        the Prophet VS and the sequencer and the only thing you want anymore is to
        buy more (they can be ganged together under single control to make a poly
        synth).

        Well priced to. Since Dave Smith is doing everything himself and orders
        are direct only, the price of $475 which includes shipping is far less
        than it would have to be if the unit were available in stores. Makes my
        beloved Pulse shake in fear.

        I would liked to have had an arpeggiator as well though. Perhaps in future
        O.S. updates maybe.
        ----- Original Message -----
        From: erik_magrini@...
        To: xl7@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 8:17 AM
        Subject: [xl7] Evolver


        Details!!!! Was it worth the wait?


        rEalm




        I got my evolver today btw.









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