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Master input and slave output of the NMG1 Oscillator's
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 6:20 am    Post subject: Master input and slave output of the NMG1 Oscillator's
Subject description: having a better undestanding of rob hordijk's G1's tutorial but for the G2
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hi Guys,
Sorry if this has been already mentionned before. Only one question :

I'm reading the Rob hordijk Tutorial about Nord modular G1. Dutch people are greaaaaat !!! He explains very well.

1/ There is some Output for slave and input for master in the oscillators for NMG1 that i can't know how to patch for my NMG2'x. I've seen there was a MST osc. in the G2 bank editor, but no slave. Somebody can explain me how to recreate this tricks of mst/slave into my g2 ?


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http://www.clavia.se/nordmodular/Modularzone/Hardsync.html
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 8:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Yup, there is a large difference there between Classic and G2. The grey signals on the classic are basically linear FM, although the sensitivity differs from the red AM inpputs on the G2 by a factor of two if I'm not mistaken ...

What I think you can do is set the oscillator to 0Hz and then control its frequency through an FM input ... but there is no linear output master oscillator on the G2 ... so maybe then just use not 0Hz but some fixed frequency instead ... it all depends a bit on what exact trick was done with them grey signals.

Hmm .. I may have some stuff wrong .. I forgot a lot about the details ... anyway. linear FM is the key word here.

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