Directly from the labs – Steim synth

October 6, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

A research piece from STEIM exploring analog synths:

Here’s the first video of the research I’m doing at STEIM in Amsterdam. this is a simple analog synthesizer which can be patched and modified using a breadboard interface. The visuals are made by setting my oscilloscope to XY plot mode. The X axis is a triangle wave. The Y axis is a ring modulated signal between the same triangle wave and another triangle wave. There are 5 oscillators total which are all inter-modulated. There’s also a sample&hold in the mix which gives the visuals a stepped appearance which you can see once in a while.

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