On Sun, 2007-12-02 at 00:23 +0100, David Olofson wrote:
> I'd say a true hardware synth is something that uses multiple variable
Nope. In the DOC-based synths there was a single DAC for all control
voltages and the DOC built-in DAC for all audio channels. Anything with
a DOC chip (Mirage, ESQ and SQ range, and their sampled electric piano)
had real CEM analogue filters.
> > It depends on the software involved. Great though Novation stuff
It's hard to notice. It's only because I spend *hours* listening to
single notes from digital oscillators sweeping up and down trying to
catch little bits of aliasing that I notice, to be entirely honest.
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