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Secrets of Analog and Digital Synthesis


ElmerJFudd

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Hey, I know many of you have Oberheim OB 6. I've forgotten so much about subtractive programming. In the Analog Brass video, Porcaro has envelopes on filter, amp, and Osc, the latter giving the transient pitch blip on one Osc at the beginning of the note, which is so important to the, e.g. Rosanna trumpet sound.

 

Can this be done on an OB 6?

 

 

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Hey, I know many of you have Oberheim OB 6. I've forgotten so much about subtractive programming. In the Analog Brass video, Porcaro has envelopes on filter, amp, and Osc, the latter giving the transient pitch blip on one Osc at the beginning of the note, which is so important to the, e.g. Rosanna trumpet sound.

 

Can this be done on an OB 6?

 

 

Looking at the panel in the X Mod section, it appears you can assign filter envelope to oscillator 1, so yes.

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