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Modular Synthesis:
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SoloStuff´s SoloRack:
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At the beginning of this series about SoloStuff´s “SoloRack” I talk about the installation, about the file management and about basic functions of the GUI like handling modules and saving CPU power. I close part 1 introducing a nice patch.
The SA 310 VCO is one of the synths basic oscillators. Basic, but hiding some powerful extras under the hood. This part 3 deals with some general modular concepts as well as with a lot of patching. Further items are Pulse width modulation, hardsync and more.
Saw, supersaw, hypersaw … well, it´s about the S304 and the S302 oscillators. It´s about noise and about Karplus-Strong, about some certain frequency modulation and about a complex patch. Phase shifting, through-zero FM and the year 1984.
The module this tutorial 5 in the series talks about is called “S321 Linear and Exponential FM and PM Oscillator”, and it´s as powerful as its name suggests. And so tutorial 5 contains 1 hour and 39 minutes full of experiments, demonstrations and explanations all around FM and PM.
Part 2 is about hidden functions, the different groups of modules, preset management, oversampling, some “cable art”, some tricks to make patching easier and faster and about setting up a famous patch..
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