Hardware Analogs with Sine waves?

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KVRAF

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2715 posts since 24 Oct, 2000 from A Swede Living in Budapest

Post Thu Oct 21, 2021 10:57 pm

The only real problem I have with "puristic" FM synths is their lack of a decent filter, and you have to mess around with additional operators and envelopes to create fake filters.

While we are moving away from analogs and sine waves and are getting into the digital domain, I think this is why I always loved the sound of the Nonlinear Labs C15. The sound sources are just two sine waves.

Does anyone remember which Reaktor ensemble Stephan Schmitt modelled the C15 after?

/C

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KVRian
967 posts since 20 Apr, 2005

Post Sun Oct 24, 2021 3:00 am

Vermona 14 VCO1 has a sine.

It also has a sub osc sine an octave lower.

In terms of a pure powerful sine it's pretty immense.

KVRist
324 posts since 5 Jul, 2004

Post Sun Oct 24, 2021 11:15 am

some with sine wave it can look almost like a triangle

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