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OSC OSCar

Hybrid synthesizer from OSC .

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Publié le 10/07/09 à 16:32
I may be mistaken, but I believe it is the only mono synth (/ duo) existing digital ...
that are not dco ... but oscillators 100% numriques capable of waveforms "user" unique, one can create by mixing the 24 harmonics them .....
subtractive synth therefore synthesis but also addictive.
2 osc has waveforms: custom, saw, square, pulse, PWM
2 envelopes (attack, decay, sustain, release)
1 LFO which the pitch and filter unit
2 multimode filters 12db / 24db multimode or 1 (lowpass / bandpass / hipass)
Excellent multimode portamento
little memoirs
noon to the latest versions


USE

comfortable use,
rbarbatif nothing except perhaps for r-sauvegards edit the sound, turn the potentiometer desire until "crush the mmorise value", and only then r adjustment will be considered ... as the prophet 5 revision 1 ... just do it
allez..plus of memory to save his creations would also welcome t ...
..the Midi is more on the latest models .. For my part I have to do without it ...

SONORITS

great sound
very original because it is a digital, with a plastic sound I describe as "very hard"
the filter is fa-bu-lous .. this is the only analog link in the machine.
the rsonance is fantastic, it can saturate the filter excess, some synths on this particularit..pur really filter, according to one self.
we can "voyeliser" sound, it becomes "guttural". y.
additive synthesis gives quick and easy in the brutal (noisy), coupled to the filter, it is very spcial.
envelopes are not very speed, but not soft either, it is very correct, pose no problem, etcouples the filter, the result is very nervous.
the multimode Portamento is a killer, glide, glissando, stependo constant hard or relative ... deadly ... again very original.
the LFO to fishing
a truly modern sound, thanks to digital cot, additive and multimode filter, as a kind of virus in Timono textures ... but with a big big sound and a real potato.
when we hear the 1982 digital sound like this, we ask questions ... anyway the guys they pdaleraient backwards ??



NOTICE GLOBAL

ahh ... what ... the English style!
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so do not they do something normally ...
monophonic digital in 1983 .. <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_mrgreen.gif" alt="mrgreen" /> full invasion japanese DX iene <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_mrgreen.gif" alt="mrgreen" />

What humor. What phlegm,

a synth that has a little sound of its design actually ..

.. Extravagant dcals but also conservative and relevant ...

... M'nervent the English ...

synth very rare and sought-cot ... so ... but you soon realize why
... A little killing.
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