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How to make Acid basslines with a Modular?
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 8:27 pm    Post subject: How to make Acid basslines with a Modular? Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

I have a x0xb0x in the preparation stages (everything but a few pots is here), but in the interim time I've been playing with the oscillators I have and the newly completed Mankato VCF trying to figure it out. And I'm just not getting something.

I can run a saw into the input, take the 18dB output, and run a triangle into one of the FM inputs... and I can get some of the 'zippery' sounds when I have the resonance set right, but no rubbery or any of the other typical sounds. I'm pretty sure it's not just that I don't have the glide going on the CV to the oscillator.

Do I need to be FM-ing with the envelope too? That seems to get me closer, but....
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