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Dial P For Phatt (Mix Cut)

Set the gain knob (red Marconi) around 20 on the dial and set the output (grey knob) fully clockwise. This gives you the highest headroom and cleanest signal path. Every click is in 5db increments so if one click is too hot, attenuate the output to get in between the 5db steps.

Dial P For Phatt (Mix Cut)

Title: Adding complex MIDI parts to a song with an imprecise beatThe Tip: One of the hardest things to do is to add sequenced beats to a pre-recorded song which isn't totally in time or on beat. A nice MIDI trick is to use an external (dedicated) sequencer with a dial knob for tempo and use it to control the playback speed of the MIDI rhythm tracks while the audio recording plays. This way you can add sequences as overdubs to otherwise not-in-precise-time songs. I have found this to be the cheapest way to add a sequence without editing. It requires a multitrack recorder. I hope you appreciate this trick. It will save you days or weeks worth of time. - Sunday, January 13, 2002

Title: Crap Synth + Parametric EQ Dial = Analog Style SynthUser: The Tip: Ok, i used to have an FD-4 Digital recorder/mixer. Well, the mixer section had sweepable mids on the EQ. That means that you could adjust the frequency by turning a dial. Well, you put yer synth sound through any such EQ with sweeps channel. Then you turn the EQ gain up full blast. Set the Q (or width) to something really high. Then twiddle the frequency knob with one hand while you play yer crap synth with the other. You can get some truly convincing gesture riffs this way. And it's totally in your control. i can't believe more people aren't doing this. I probably shouldn't even be tellin yall. Well, do me a favor... you folks iz cool since yer here checkin this site. But don't tell all of the NON-SKILLED whack wannabe DJ's and posers. I'd do the same for you, my peeps. - Wednesday, April 04, 2001

Dating back to the K2000, VAST (Variable Architecture Synthesis Technology) can really be thought of as the first virtual modular synth to exist in hardware. Back then, the raw materials for making patches were just sample-based Keymaps, and VAST offered a deep and powerful way to get maximum musicality, realism, and sonic variation from the samples the ROM and RAM amounts of the day could hold. You had a bunch of Algorithms, which were basically signal chains with different numbers and arrangements of modules. You could dial various processors into each module such as filters, modulators, math functions that turned two inputs into a different output, and so on. 041b061a72

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