Re: questions???

From j. austin
Sent Tue, Aug 26th 1997, 23:31


>Date: 26 Aug 1997 15:04:08 -0600
>From: "Ross Goniakowski" <redacted@example.com>
>Subject: Re: questions???
>To: "j. austin" <redacted@example.com>
>
>        Reply to:   RE>questions???
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> but why not just get something that =
>sounds the way you'ld like to begin with?

'Cos I already own some of this gear, and I want warmer...

 The whole deal with that type =
>of board anyway is that it makes lots of voices and is multi-timbral. =
>You'ld be playing only one sound or shoving the whole mix thru a filter 
=
>(which actually might be cool).

sorry i wasn't specific, this is what i intended :)

 If you purchased a Waldorf Pulse Plus you =
>would have a great sounding analog synth and external input processing 
=
>capabilites when you need it. 
>
how about the access virus???  or doepfer ms-404???  I think the Virus 
is moe versatile..yes???

>As far as the feedback issue, that pretty much is what the resonance =
>control is for. That's not to say it can't be done or isn't cool, it's 
=
>just not what I would describe as "controlable feedback". However, the 
=
>out of control nature of feedback loops is probably one of my favorite 
=
>"tricks", especially on larger modualer systems where the loops can be 
=
>more complex.
>

ok, so it can be done?? the thought just occured to me, i'd never heard 
of it being used....
>rg
>
>thanks rg :)   -Jon
>
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>Date: 8/26/97 8:53 AM
>To: Ross Goniakowski
>From: j. austin
>hello everyone,
>Here's a few things I was wondering about....
>
>1) Whats a good, inexpensive, analogue filter?? analogue systems fb-3?  
>waldorf 4 pole? peavey spectrum?
>2) will any of these make my non-analogue (gasp!) gear sound "warmer" 
>and more analog??
>3) If you split the output on one of these filters( or an analogue 
synth 
>with an audio input) and feed say 10-25% (more? less?) of the output 
>back to the input, will it create controllable feedback depending on 
the 
>amount of output you send back in??
>
>well I guess thats all for now, thanks in advance,  Jon
>
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