Applied synthesis and more from the Moogfoundation

February 20, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

When you have the ability to control multiple resonances, you can create “formants.” Formants are the acoustic resonances of the human voice. Marc creates a patch which uses multiple resonances to generate a human-voice-sounding sound.

Inspired by Leon Theremin’s incredible device, Maurice Martenot set about creating a device of his own. His Ondes Martenot became an important stepping stone in the development of synthesizers, as well as an inspiring musical instrument for composers. Marc describes the history and effect of the creation of this device.

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