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  • itfnitfn

    Excellent card for tablecloths and use complex multi

    Korg DSPB-Z1Published on 10/10/10 at 05:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    No surprise, this card does not change anything to the sound of the Z1.

    To all those who use their Z1 "Program", ie one program at once, I think it will not help ...

    This map is however necessary to use two types: complex webs and the multiplayer mode.

    The complex webs:

    These are programmed in multi layers, overlapping at least 2 (or more) sounds. If we take such agreements 4 notes with envelopes (Attack and Decay) slow, ie when starting an agreement (beginning Envelope Attack), the previous agreement ends (Decay) This means that 8 notes are played together, and an 8-note polyphony is necessary in Program mode.

    When programming a complex web by stacking two basic sounds, a polypho…
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    No surprise, this card does not change anything to the sound of the Z1.

    To all those who use their Z1 "Program", ie one program at once, I think it will not help ...

    This map is however necessary to use two types: complex webs and the multiplayer mode.

    The complex webs:

    These are programmed in multi layers, overlapping at least 2 (or more) sounds. If we take such agreements 4 notes with envelopes (Attack and Decay) slow, ie when starting an agreement (beginning Envelope Attack), the previous agreement ends (Decay) This means that 8 notes are played together, and an 8-note polyphony is necessary in Program mode.

    When programming a complex web by stacking two basic sounds, a polyphony of 16 notes is necessary. With a polyphony of 12 notes, 4 notes will stop abruptly when the new chord is played.

    In this usage, this card is more useful ...

    Multitimbral use:

    This use requires no special comment. It can stack up to 6 stamps with the Z1 ... It is obvious that in a somewhat complex piece stacking many stamps, a polyphony of 18 channels to avoid extinctions have unexpected notes.

    Basically, if you use this card in any of the uses, tablecloth or complex multitimbral, this card is needed just ...

    Otherwise, it will have little utility.

    This card is more than occasionally. Up to 300 €, it seems reasonable to me, above, we must seriously consider the use that has the Z1 ...





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