Re: [AH] Who is doing polyphonic modular?

From cheater00 .
Sent Fri, May 24th 2013, 20:57

Lovely video, thanks matrix. I would love to hear a line-in version
but polyphony can be well heard with the camera mic too :) and that's
what the video is about.

On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 7:58 PM, matrix <matrixsynth@gmail.com> wrote:
> Tiptop Audio is still working on a poly modular system.  I saw their poly
> VCO at the NAMM before last and it was mind blowing.  He plans on a complete
> system.  I think it will finally bridge the gab between modulars and stand
> alone poly synths.  People reluctant to get into modulars because that money
> can go towards a poly synth instead will now be able to get a poly synth
> that just happens to be a full on modular as well.
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> Here's my video of the PVCO at NAMM:
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> http://www.matrixsynth.com/2012/01/namm-2012-video-of-gur-of-tiptop-audio.html
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> On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 1:25 AM, ackolonges blanges <ackolonges@hotmail.com>
> wrote:
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>> Hi all,
>>
>> In case your interested, a few years ago when I was making 4-note
>> polyphonic music with my modular, I used a MOTU 2408 MkII as an ADAT to CV
>> converter, and then built a wee 1U rack module that amplified those 8 CVs to
>> give them a full range and presented them on the front panel with the
>> modular.  I also wrote a small vst MIDI plugin which took the music events
>> and distributed them out to 4 instances of the Silent Way voice plugin which
>> would send the tuned pitch and VCA envelope CVs out to the modules.
>>
>> Gives a very interesting flavour to the playing when each note is coming
>> from different kinds of oscillator and VCA circuits.
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>> Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 10:23:39 +0200
>> From: fanwander@mnet-online.de
>> To: analogue@hyperreal.org
>> Subject: Re: [AH] Who is doing polyphonic modular?
>>
>> Hello Kenny
>>
>> Am 22.05.2013 03:10, schrieb Kenny Balys:
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>> > If you are using midi, what cv converter?
>> > ie) Vermona quad, cascaded mono midi/cv,
>> >
>> > If all cv, what controller?
>> >
>> > Are you using 2 ADSR's per voice?
>>
>> I do analog polyphonic modular soundcreation quite rarely. If I want to
>>
>> do something like that I prefer the handling in my Nord Modular.
>>
>> Nevertheless I have two interfaces, which can do that:
>>
>> One is the Harms Mac 16, which provides software based ADSRs and LFOs;
>> so you need "only" the audio modules (VCO/VCF/VCA). It is ok, but the
>>
>> parameter handling of four voices in this menue is quite intricate.
>>
>> The other is an EES MIDI-CV7. It does KCV, Gate and can do a software
>> LFO. I have a Doepfer A-142-4 Quad Decay for the Filters and a A-143-2
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>> Quad ADSR for the VCAs.
>>
>> Florian
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> cheers,
> matrix
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