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    • Some apps that find supported files like GP will have a way to find the path they use to find the .dll.     Or when you open a new .dll in GP, the dialog box that contains the last selected .dll may have the path to the "containing folder" or up arrows that you can use to climb up through the directory path.  Right click on any .dll folder you see and select properties. It may show a path to a location.    
    • So, if I replace the 250k volume pot with 500K on a two-pot circuit, it isn't necessary to replace the 250K tone pot to get the same brightening effect?  
    • Sorry. I just remembered that vsts are actually .dll files. There isn't actually a file called a .vst .   You can still search for .dll  files but you will get hundreds of them because windows runs on .dll files.   And there is no guarantee that the name of the file is the same as what you call the plugin. Your job just got harder not easier.  I hope I haven't caused you to spend too much time searching .vst.
    • I took a break from watching NCAA football to support live music.   I came back to see Michigan leading Purdue.  Purdue put up a fight, but couldn't punch it in, which eventually caught up with them.     I haven't seen much of Michigan playing but their current starting QB JJ McCarthy looks more talented than their last year starter.  We'll see if he has better luck in the CFP.   The Big 10 championship announcers agree with the Big 12 ones that TCU and Ohio State should be in over Alabama, with Georgia and Michigan locking up #1 and #2.   The 2022 Bama team has not looked as dominant as the 2021 edition.  I'm not a hater or anything - I just think of how they struggled against a shorthanded A&M team, looked porous against schools like Tennessee that they crushed last year, beat Texas by only 1 point, etc.  Also, it's near impossible for a 2-loss team that didn't even make their conference championship game to beat out a 1-loss team that did appear in the championship.   Now begins the wait for final CFP ranking to be released.
    • Credit to Purdue for a well-played game and esp their QB who looked like a better QB than Michigan's, but Michigan had the better overall team and in the end had the horses to grind it out. We know 2 of 4 playoff teams now. Announcers were talking like Ohio St and TCU should be in and I agree but it is far from a shoe in.  
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    • Only thing I'd add to this excellent overview is a reminder that a lot of the original engine Arturia developed was done in conjunction with the person who did some modules as Mutable Instruments; some of the later oscillator engines as well are from Noise Engineering. If you review their work, you'll discover more about the characteristics of the oscillator types. There's also the influence of Buchla and Verbos (particularly in the latter case with the Harmonic engine) present in the design.   Not worth at this point discussing what was originated and what was borrowed; all synthesizer designs are at some level borrowed from other designs, that's always been the case with instrument design (and music, for that matter! <G>), so I don't give those issues any credence.   I got the Minifreak, after having the Microfreak since launch, and they're each wonderful in their own way. I love the effort to capture the capacitive touch aspect of the Buchla Easel, along with some other aspects, on the Micro; and on the Mini, there's also lots more Arturia have produced for this new synth.   I agree it's a bit more conventional in design than the Microfreak, which is a good thing, as it will appeal to a wider audience. The overall physical design takes many cues from Arturia's Keystep Pro, which is a fantastic MIDI as well as CV controller; but it also improves on its sequencer, which is already a monster.   Arturia's really hit its stride here, along with in its software; the FX Collections they've released are second to none, and again provide some of the substance, I suspect, for the excellent FX section on the Minifreak.   All in all, an incredible value for the money, as is the Minifreak.
    • That is magnificent madness!!! 
    • A bit late to the party, but I finally fired it up. Truly excellent. Playing this with the Osmose is going to be exquisite, I can tell. Several years ago I added MIDI to an old pipe organ pedalboard. It’s in storage right now, but I made it to do the GX-1 thing (not knowing that it even existed). But it did make me think, this must be the instrument for that pedalboard!  For the curious, those are real pipe organ quality expression pedals that output MIDI. One has a side lever that acts as sustain. I think there’s 20 toe pistons. Again, high quality organ parts connected to MIDI scanning boards. It’s big and heavy!    
    • I'm sure it can. It's LFO modulation of the filter, with LFO rate being controlled by (I believe) key pressure. You can set that up in the Touch Response section of the performance section.
    • Just curious...is there a parameter or setting on the GX-80 that emulates the volume modulation effect that speeds up in the introl (at 0:24 and 0:52)?
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