she sings…

The wiring is done on the voice board and I’ve fired her up to see how she sounds. As the modulation board isn’t installed yet I’ve hooked the TRG-1 up as a modulation source to test how everything works.

dronesynth with TRG-1

dronesynth with TRG-1

There’s a few issues to iron out, the output of the oscillators needs the level increasing and the control voltage sources will need a bit of fine tuning but it all works.
Have spent most of the day playing with it and I’m very happy with what I can do with it. By it’s very nature learning to play the thing will be a series of happy accidents. You just keep tweaking the controls till it sounds nice.
I’ve made a couple of recording of my play. All synth sounds are the dronesynth and all recordings are live.

The TRG-1 is being driven by 707 for the first loop. The drums are the 707 and there’s a bit of delay added from my Midiverb.

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The remaining three samples are using the same set-up except the drum machine is being driven from logic so that I could play with longer patterns.

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