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Recreating Prophet 5 Poly-Mod via modular
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Author Recreating Prophet 5 Poly-Mod via modular
Franktree
I'm curious to hear thoughts about what you would do (what kind of--or what specific--modules would you use and how would you patch them) to recreate the Sequential Prophet 5/6 "Poly Mod" functionality?
Rex Coil 7
Franktree wrote:
I'm curious to hear thoughts about what you would do (what kind of--or what specific--modules would you use and how would you patch them) to recreate the Sequential Prophet 5/6 "Poly Mod" functionality?
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Franktree
Ya, sorry, I didn't mean polyphonic, specifically. Just the modulation part of poly-mod. So, a recreation of the poly-mod sound, but monophonically, via eurorack. Unless polyphony is a critical part of the poly-mod sound? I guess poly is in the name?
jupiter8
Seems fairly straigtforward. First we need to mix rwo modulation signals.
http://www.doepfer.de/a138.htm
Patch the envelope to input 1 and osc 2 into input 2.

Then we only need to distrubte that via a multiple to the different destinations, preferably a multiple with on/off switches.
http://www.doepfer.de/a182.htm
Connect the modulation destinations and the output of the mixer and that's pretty much it.
Franktree
jupiter8 wrote:
Seems fairly straigtforward. First we need to mix rwo modulation signals.
http://www.doepfer.de/a138.htm
Patch the envelope to input 1 and osc 2 into input 2.

Then we only need to distrubte that via a multiple to the different destinations, preferably a multiple with on/off switches.
http://www.doepfer.de/a182.htm
Connect the modulation destinations and the output of the mixer and that's pretty much it.


Thanks, but I'm not sure I understand. What re the two modulation signals we're mixing--an envelope, and what else?
moremagic
Franktree wrote:
jupiter8 wrote:
Seems fairly straigtforward. First we need to mix rwo modulation signals.
http://www.doepfer.de/a138.htm
Patch the envelope to input 1 and osc 2 into input 2.

Then we only need to distrubte that via a multiple to the different destinations, preferably a multiple with on/off switches.
http://www.doepfer.de/a182.htm
Connect the modulation destinations and the output of the mixer and that's pretty much it.


Thanks, but I'm not sure I understand. What re the two modulation signals we're mixing--an envelope, and what else?
a vco
Franktree
Ok got it. Thanks!
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