Eigenharp built-in synth experiment

October 30, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

This is a quick unfinished experiment with hooking up the internal synth agents of EigenD to create a virtual modular synth.

The audio recording without compression can be downloaded from SoundCloud:
http://soundcloud.com/gbevin/eigenharp-built-in-synth

This sound uses two rectangle oscillators with one heavily detuned and one sine oscillator for a little more body. One envelope generator handles the volume of the oscillators and a second one handling the frequency cutoff of a ladder filter into which all oscillators are patched. The key pressure modulates the entire volume of the filter envelope generator. Finally, this is sent into the multi-tap delay agent.

It’s worth noting that all these agents are designed for multi-timbral playing and that all expression signals are separate for each key that is played. From the signal coming out of the keyboard all the way through to the ladder filter, all data is separate. After the filter, everything is summed together before going through the delay and the console mixer.

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