yo found i had this handy free synth in my plugins without realizing and been playing around with it
could any tell me what the acronyms mean on it, i get lfo, adsr and hpf
but ones like vco and vcf are a bit of a mystery to me could anyone fill me in, and on how best to use these buttons (wouldn’t mind getting something nasty and zomby-like in the end but i’ll try and work on that myself)
Voltage controlled filter
Voltage controlled oscillator
Digitally controlled oscillator
The VCF here is a pretty basic filter with envelope control and an LFO that can be modulated with keyboard input. The whole voltage controlled thing is just a hardware emulation.
Looks like a great simple synth. I hate synths like Massive that try to incorporate everything
(poorly). A basic synth that sounds good will do. We can make FX chains ourselves thank you.
Voltage Controlled Amplifier.
Voltage controls were an analogue medium used before the digital MIDI.
yeah it’s cool
this was interesting if anyone else has this
anyone know what kybd and pwm mean?
Keyboard (follow) and pulse width modulation.
This is a great free VST. Defo give it a fair trial run. I used to use it all the time. Maybe time to bust it out again.
thanks guys, yeah it’s cool i’m gonna use it a lot
1 last question
why is there a button that says ‘panic’ on it, that doesn’t seem to do anything…
I have that plugin
Panic stops the sound when it goes crazy long & never ends i believe
Panic sends a midi note off message I think. Or it clears the memory of midi messages. But yea if you ever get a stuck note u hit that
Emulator of a Juno 60, the most organic electronic instrument I’ve ever played and am proud to own.
I really want one.
Like really really