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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 wrong, but I think this synth is the only mono (/ duo) existing digital ...
that are not ... but dco oscillators capable of 100% digital waveforms "user" unique, they can create by mixing 24 harmonic them .....
So subtractive synth, but also addictive.
2 osc waveforms: custom, saw, square, pulse, pwm
2 envelopes (attack, decay, sustain, release)
1 LFO which modulates the pitch and filters
2 multimode filters 12db / 24db or a multimode (lowpass / bandpass / HIPASS)
excellent portamento multimode
little memories
noon for the latest versions

UTILIZATION

Easy to use,
but nothing can be daunting for re-edit the stored sounds, turn the potentiometer until the desired overwrite the stored value ", and only then the setting will be taken into account ... as the Prophet 5 Revision 1 ... just do it
go .. more memory to save his creations would also welcome ...
.. The south is more about the latest models .. For my part I must go ...

SOUNDS

great sound
very original because it is a digital sound with plastic that I describe as "very hard"
the filter is fa-bu-lous .. Analog is the only link to the machine.
resonance is fantastic, it can saturate the filter with excess, this little synth is pure filter feature .. I really believe unique.
we can "voyeliser" sound, he became "guttural." yé.
additive synthesis provides easily and quickly in the abrupt (noisy), coupled to the filter is very special.
envelopes are not very speed, but not soft either, it is very correct, poses no problem, and coupled to the filter, the result is very nervous.
portamento multimode is a killer, glide, glissando, stependo, constant duration or relative ... deadly ... again very original.
the lfo to fishing
its a really modern, thanks to digital side, additive and multimode filter, a kind of virus ti mono in the textures ... but with a big big sound and a true potato.
when you hear the digital sound like that of 1982, when we ask questions ... even the guys they pedaled in reverse?

OVERALL OPINION

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

What humor. what phlegm

a synth that has a bit of sound design makes ..

.. extravagant, offbeat, but also conservative and relevant ...

English irritate me ... these ...

synth very sought after and rare side ... so ... but we quickly understand why
... Awesome.
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