[linux-audio-user] Re: SpiralSynthModular help
bumpycarrot at gmail.com
Sun Mar 12 15:04:09 EST 2006
On 3/12/06, Loki Davison <loki.davison at gmail.com> wrote:
> > this does not explain, what he needs to do, to get a non constant tone,
> > a "tone" consists of a frequency, and some dynamics such as attack and
> > release. you add these properties by multiplying the output of the
> > oscilator, with an adsr envelope.
> > /\___
> > / \
> > a d s r
> > attack, decay, sustain, release
> > the sustain, is obviously controlled by how long you hold your key down,
> > so you will need to hook up the midi in to the adsr as well.
> > please ommers, point him to somewhere, where that is explained, a little
> > better...
> Well, for a start open up the demo patches in om and the smack patches
> if you want to do some percussive stuff. Look at the om wiki that
> explains stuff quite nicely. http://atte.dk/om-wiki Then read synth
> secrets online on the sound on sound website.
> Really great stuff there and it will help you to understand the basic
> of modular synthesis. That with the example patches should have you
> creating nice stuff. Add to the wiki as well so someone can learn from
> your mistakes too! ;-)
That's great! Thanks peeps. I was also looking at omsynth, but I've
been trying to avoid installing stuff not in the DeMuDi distro, as
that's always a slippery slide for me to apt-nightmares :) But it
looks like I'm gonna give it a try, if only so I've got some support
ie. the wiki.
The synth 101 stuff was pretty useful too :) Thanks.
Now, is anyone aware of an apt repo or deb package for omsynth? ;)
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