Modular Diary

I’ve made a further modification to Stephen Schoen’s uLope so that sustain modules can also be added to the envelope chain with the trigger mode activated.

Before I pack it into a module that more closely resembles Hordijk’s design, it’s fun to have all the controls available to experiment with. For example, by setting the first sustain module in the chain to a lower level than the one that follows, it’s possible to achieve a secondary attack-like phase with a resulting ‘reverse’ effect. It’s also interesting to play with the degree to which the curves are logarithmic or exponential, finding the sweet spots for what sounds ‘natural’ – at least in relation to what we know from acoustic instruments.

I’ve uploaded some patches to the Audulus forum.

Modular Diary: I’ve made a further modification to Stephen Schoen’s uLope so that sustain modules can also be added to the envelope chain with the trigger mode activated. Before I pack it into a module that more closely resembles Hor… rdgr.me/u/1wk9gvp

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Rudiger Meyer is a composer interested in the play between traditional concert music and new media.


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