I would look seriously at the STO, I use it for tons of stuff and hardly ever use it directly as a VCO.elxsound wrote: ↑Thu May 06, 2021 4:40 pmSage advice. I’m gonna have go deeper down the rabbit hole... it’s too easy to get caught up because so many of these modules look amazing.pekbro wrote: ↑Thu May 06, 2021 4:08 pmIn a small setup, multi-function modules are eminently useful. One of the fist modules I bought was the Subcon Voice Tail filter, it's 3 separate filters or a single and two pole, it's a mixer, it's a vca, it slices, it dices, it's super useful in other words.
And even in a fairly large system, it remains no less useful. Anyway, choose wisely young padawan.
Im trying to keep focus with just supplementing the desktops 0-coast, Strega and soon 0-Ctrl because they can be converted into a bigger system down the road.
Then you have modules like Morphagene and Mimeophone (and yes I finally watched a dedicated video ) that can do way more than you’d think (plus they could potentially replace my MOOD/Blooper combo) and this is where that focus becomes a bit blurry.
So far I haven’t even gotten into VCA, VCOs, Encelopes, LFOs, or sequencers, because I want to hit that limitation first. Besides I think Whyterabbit might be right about the computer as a better sequencer. The closest I have to anything that flexible right now is just the 0-coast and Strega. They’re full of Make Noise bits with lots of surprises.
Yeah. I’d definitely be in bigger trouble if we had more space.
You can modulate with it, track and sync to it. It has a sine waveform, it sounds great is small
and relatively cheap. I need to get a few more of them actually. Of course there are alternatives
as well. But I like the STO.