[AH] Re: analogue V1 #3964

From james dougherty
Sent Sun, Jan 30th 2000, 19:19

Hi all,

I have a question. Does anyone have any experience
with the Casio cz5000 that would care to share?

Any input is appreciated. I am looking at acquiring
one really cheap as a basic mono keyboard and a
controller for a rackmount synth.

Thanks,
James aka EL MAESTRO

http://www.dreamwater.com/maestro/music.htm


--- analogue <analogue-owner@hyperreal.org> wrote:
> 
> analogue           Sunday, January 30 2000          
> Volume 01 : Number 3964
> 
> 
> 
> Contents:
> Re: [AH] Synthesizing vocal sounds 
> [AH] sh-101 fs? and arp axxe
> Re:  [AH] roland jupiter 6 question
> [AH] Minimoog #10
> [AH] Re: Minimoog #10
> Re: [AH] Minimoog #10
> [AH] Delta Music Research Modular Questions.
> [AH] Andromeda party Rev II
> Re: [AH] Andromeda party Rev II
> Re: [AH] Andromeda party Rev II
> Re: [AH] Andromeda party Rev II
> [AH] TUBE
> Re: [AH] TUBE
> Re: [AH] TUBE
> [AH] analogue 4 sale
> [AH] Broken re-301
> Re: [AH] Minimoog #10
> Re: [AH] Delta Music Research Modular Questions.
> Re: [AH] Delta Music Research Modular Questions.
> Re: [AH] EML 101
> 
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> 
> Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2000 21:20:57 -0500
> From: "N. Kent" <ndkent@optonline.net>
> Subject: Re: [AH] Synthesizing vocal sounds 
> 
> > Well, a vocoder consists of an analyzer and a
> synthesizer (filter)
> > stage. IMHO cheating would mean using the analyzer
> stage. Without that,
> > you would have to build phoneme tables as EGs, and
> feed these into the
> > vocoder filterbank instead of the analyzer CV.
> Early commercial computer
> > speech applications used that approach heavily. Of
> course, doing it all
> > analog would be very gear heavy - you'd at the
> very least need some
> > 50-60 banks of n (10-20 for common vocoders)
> multistage EGs or sequencer
> > banks each to get a minimal phoneme set that would
> be able to utter some
> > comprehensible sentences. Some kind of digital
> storage of the envelopes
> > certainly is warranted there.   
> 
> > True.
> > 
> > But the nice thing about VCFs is that they can
> have more variable
> > parameters, making them "parametric" filters.
> > That way, you may only need 2-3 VCFs & a few VCAs
> for gain & resonance
> > The di-phones (transition between 2 sounds) works
> better that way, too.
> > 
> > I've used both the 'graphic eq" (Fenix) and the
> "parametric" (EMS
> > filterbank) approach. Graphic is easier to tweak,
> parametric sounds better
> > in my setup.
> 
> yes, there is no real need to use a pile of fixed
> filters, you really
> need band pass filters
> 
> and can't you take the Yamaha FS1R approach into the
> analog domain. They
> use just a handful of voiced and unvoiced formants
> being sequenced
> 
> here are some formant frequencies to vowels in the
> middle of this
> doepfer page
> http://www.doepfer.com/a100_man/a127_man.htm
> 
> 
> nick kent
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2000 18:45:07 -0800
> From: brandon <vctribe@dnai.com>
> Subject: [AH] sh-101 fs? and arp axxe
> 
> Well, i just got back from visiting a used
> instrument retail i used to
> work at...
> 
> theyve got a red sh-101 that they didnt have the
> heart to put on the
> floor, in that it might go to someone who might not
> appreciate it. So
> they were asking me how much it should go for and
> such.
> 
> now, being the honest (and broke) person i am, i
> didnt lowball them.
> 
> so, would anyone be interested in a red sh-101 for
> $375 plus
> tax/shipping?
> 
> it looked like it was in pretty good condition, no
> mod grip, i didnt
> play with it, but if an AHer is interested ill give
> it a going through.
> 
> also, ive got dibs an an extremely cheap arp axxe,
> but its sliders are
> really grungy (reminds me of some moog rogues or
> mg-1s ive seen after
> the black stuff gets in), could anyone give me an
> idea how much work it
> might be to get them cleaned up?
> 
> thanks
> 
> - -Brandon
> 
> 
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> Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2000 21:56:21 -0500
> From: jeffrey@i-2000.com
> Subject: Re:  [AH] roland jupiter 6 question
> 
> Dan
> 
> 
> If you have a bad oscillator on J6 then you need a
> CEM 3340.  I think
> Paul Schreiber was / is selling CEM 3340s. You could
> also try Wine
> Country however I think they charge $75 for CEM
> 3340!! - ouch!!!
> - --
> jeff
> http://www.i2.i-2000.com/~jeffrey/
> 
> >Im pretty new to this list, so hi there!
> >question for the list:
> 
> >I have a jupiter-6 with a 1 bad oscillator. its in
> the shop right now
> getting
> >tested.  I don't know what the chip number is for
> the jupiter (sad I
> know).  I
> >have an offer for someone to sell me the following:
> >CEM3310
> >CEM3340
> >CEM3360
> 
> >for 90 bucks.  by any chance, is one of those the
> one i need? is 90
> bucks a
> >good deal?  if these are not the ones I need, 
> anyone know whereI ca
> get a vco
> >for a jupiter 6?
> 
> thanks,
> 
> - - -dan
> 
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