Small detail: this kit included the flat cable to connect the module to the bus board. Curiously, this was not the case for the ADSR.
|On the bench|
I did have two little problems, though.
Then, a small omission in the manual: I couldn't find out how to use the tuning trimpot to calibrate the module, when it's obviously the V/oct scale adjustment, which is critical and not that easy to adjust.
Luckily I had a little help from Bob to do the calibration.
And now, as promised, a little bit of sound :
There are two synth voices in this track.
For the first one, the two, slightly detuned, square waves from the VCO are mixed, then sent to Ripples, whose frequency is modulated by the ADSR output.
For the second voice, the sine of the Doepfer oscillator is directed to Rings, then the phaser.
The whole is mixed in the output module.
Rampage generates the two main envelopes. One triggers the other and vice-versa. The random outputs of the Sample&Hold and the Turing Machine are used to control the rise and fall times as well as the Rings parameters.
Notes are randomly drawn by the Turing Machine and calibrated by the 2hp Tune module.
Usual Suspects : TAL Reverb II, TAL Chorus-60