Re: [oberheim] Re: Dream on, geek: The Überh eim Matrix-1000 Project
Jul 11, 2014
And if I may add to this (which BTW, is an Excellent idea!), I like to simulate the often less-than-perfect high-frequency tracking of VCOs by turning OFF Keyboard Control at the DCOs, and going to the Matrix Modulation section, where I'll send Keyboard voltage to one DCO with a value of 62 - just barely less than the normal value of 63. This way, you'll get that VCO beating in the upper range of the keyboard.
Thanks, and I hope that this helps someone out there.
Dave Garfield - Colorado, USA
On Friday, July 11, 2014 3:24 AM, "jan@... [oberheim]" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Off topic: My favourite trick to fatten up Unison is modulating DCO1/2 with random LFO. As the LFOs are created per-voice, the voices detune asynchronously - this adds kind of an analog drift feel to it. If you can spare an LFO, that is ;)