[PD] subtractive synth - minimoog model

mik mprims at skynet.be
Mon May 28 16:07:30 CEST 2007

Josh Lawrence schreef:
> 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?

from tom erbe's blog:

"Mon Mar 21, 2005
MUSIC 171 - Best of Finals

There were some really fantastic final projects for Music 171 this year, 
and I wanted to post what I thought were the best emulations. All of 
these are pd patches.

Matthew Bielich's Arp Odyssey 

Patrick Sanan's Minimoog

For those not in the class, these are the projects for the UCSD Computer 
Music I class, the introductory computer music class which most take in 
their 3rd year as an undergraduate. The assignment was to emulate either 
a Minimoog, Arp Odyssey, SCI Pro-One or Oxford OSCar in either Max/MSP 
or pd."




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