[PD] subtractive synth - minimoog model

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Sun May 27 23:40:42 CEST 2007

I don't know how closely related they are, but there is a [moog~]  
object in the ggee library that you might be interested in.


On May 26, 2007, at 10:43 PM, Josh Lawrence wrote:

> hello all!
> I was on this list some time back, but unsubscribed due to lack of
> time to learn pd.  the time issue is a little better, so I have
> resubscribed in the hopes of learning this app.
> here's my question:  I really, really want a minimoog, but can't
> afford one.  ;)  I think that building one in pd using ladspa plugins
> (much like alsamodularsynth) would be a perfect way to dip my toe in
> the shallow end of pd.  however, I can't figure out what to do once I
> get pd opened.  I can add [plugin~ name.so], but I really don't know
> what else to do.
> incidentally, I found a nice minimoog synth on the web, but one thing
> that I absolutely cannot stand with that and ams is the lack of
> ability to retrigger a held note after another one is played (I think
> this has been called the "trilogy trill" - make sense?).  this is a
> must on an analog synth.
> can anyone point me to some tutorials or give me some help with this?
> -- 
> Josh Lawrence
> http://www.hardbop200.com
> http://www.joshlawrencetrio.com
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