- Sound effects ^
Falling star | Machine gun | Telephone busy tone | Police siren | Dog barking |
Ghost | Storm | Lightning | Wave beating against a cliff | A jet at an airport
[ Musical Instruments | Synthe Sounds ]
Falling star ^
The self-oscillating VC HPF is used as the sound source. The MG and EG vary the oscillation to give the falling effect.
Machine gun ^
The MG is used to suddenly change the pitch of the self-oscillating VCF. You can get an interesting effect by repeatedly turning the MG FREQ knob from "0" to "6".
Telephone busy tone ^
Just play one key to determine the pitch. After that, the MG rectangle wave output acts as a trigger signal. If you turn up the VCF PEAK setting nearly to the oscillation point, you'll get a more distorted telephone-like effect.
Police siren ^
The MG sawtooth waveform is used to modulate the VCO to get a repetitive wailing effect.
Dog barking ^
The envelope signal simultaneously varies both the pitch and tone color. Play the keys to time the barks.
With this patch, the EG REV OUT slowly changes the VCO pitch. Fast cyclic variation is also obtained from the MG so that the pitch is actually being varied simultaneoulsly by two kinds of signals.
Once in a while play a key of the appropriate pitch. The sound of the wind and rain will increase.
This sound is synthesized by adding pink noise to the VCO white noise waveform, and then making the VCF distort the signal.
Wave beating against a cliff ^
There is no pitch since noise is used as the sound source. Play a key and listen to the sound. You will hear the wave approach the cliff and then strike against it.
A jet at an airport ^
Lightly strike a key once in a while. EG modulation causes the pitch to gradually rise as the sound gets further away after which it slowly returns to the original condition. Pink noise is used for PWM.
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