Analogue Solutions – Leipzig-S Analogue Synthesizer Improvised Demo
Allen Weldon takes us through the Leipzig-S analog synth:
This is the Analogue Solutions Leipzig-S Analogue Synthesizer and intergraded analogue sequencer. This is a synthesizer with pure voice and modulation circuitry featuring two voltage controlled oscillators w/4 types of selectable sync plus glide and PWM, a sub oscillator, 4 VCA Options EG 1&2,Gate and Thru, a noise source/ext in, LFO, a self resonating 24db voltage controlled low pass filter w/tracking, several cross modulation options for VCO 1 & 2 and Filter, 2 snappy ADSR’s w/selectable MIDI Trig Switches (very good for percussion) The intergraded 8 step analogue sequencer is what puts it into a league of its own. There are 8 clocking options including LFO, VCO2, MIDI Key, Accent, Ext 1, MIDI CV-2, MIDI Sync,-. There are also destination knobs on the sequencer for VCO1 VCO2 and Filter that provide voltage controlled modulation according to the destination source and amount from the modulation section. This is a badass synthesizer that is in a category of its own.
In this patch I’m using the intergraded sequencer clocked by VCO2. The sequencer is being triggered by EG 1+2 (I’m also using the MIDI Trigger switches from Envelope 1 & 2) VCO2 is synced to VCO1. The VCA mode is set to Thru. Towards the end I started clocking the sequencer using the switch provided in the mixer section. It clocks the sequencer at audio frequencies, then the sequencer becomes an audio freqeuncy.