Re: [AH] And the lucky winner is Psycho/Analog Shift Register...

From Zoran Bosnjak
Sent Thu, Jan 22nd 2004, 17:50

How about this:

Doepfer A-148 Dual S&H with Doepfer Trigger Delay?

All I want is a second instance of the same sequence to be played later...

Not so funny part: I have only one S&H in my system (Moog CP-251 module), 
but I ordered Doepfer dual S&H already.

Regards, what a great exchange of information


>From: Peter Grenader <>
>To: "James R. Coplin" <>, <>
>Subject: Re: [AH] And the lucky winner is Psycho/Analog Shift Register...
>Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2004 08:33:04 -0800
>James R. Coplin wrote:
>  4 S&H units take up a good bit of panel space.
>  Agreed in most cases, the Doepfer 143 being the obvious argument against
>this as you get two fully independent source with a mere 2cm investment of
>I am a bit of a random freak however (among some other, more interesting
>freaknesses), and I find myself having four S+Hs and a Doepfer 149-1, which
>provides two more, albeit with a fixed sample source.
>So it's all very " I have no idea what's going to happen next" around here.
>But, given that there is four, (arguably five if you include spatial
>location) parameters of sound, this barrage of independent S+Hs has its
>benefits, as you can control each parameter with its own source of
>uncertainty.  Along with this, I have two independent noise sources, and am
>planning on making a third which will consist of a noise-modulated 100hz
>triangle wave LFO signal set to a center frequency of about 100hZ.  This
>creates what I call the type of 'tonic hovering' achievable by Buchla and
>Serge random sources as the samples derived tend to base themselves around 
>certain center voltage.  It's a nice variation from true random.'
>Back to the workshop -

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