I am starting to think about simple patches that could be performed in real time. Here, two CGS VCOs drive two Blacet Miniwaves. The third VCO is the Modcan VCDO, which has a built-in wavetable. Three different envelope generators (Blacet 2070, Encore UEG, and MOTM-800) modulate the Miniwave WAVE selection plus the VCDO FM Ratio. An automatic glide between two pitches occurs every so many cycles of the LFO triggering the envelope generators. The audio outputs were manually mixed for recording without passing through any filter or VCA. I used a Rich Chorus effect from the MPX-1. The recording is a “performance” in real time, in which I twiddled knobs to vary such things as modulation depth, Miniwave BANK, and VCDO FM Index.
Modular Analog Synthesis
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