Re: [LAU] My JX-8P is dead, any SW based synth that can handle the heritage? :-(

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Date: Sunday, March 11, 2012 - 9:37 am

On 11/03/12 8:30 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:

It's pretty much like the audio input on an hardware analogue synth --
it runs your audio through PHASEX's filter and envelopes. You select the
audio input as your oscillator, hit a key, and the envelopes will open
and you'll hear whatever audio you're inputting, run through PHASEX's
filter.

PHASEX has a few envelopes and LFOs, and quite a few modulation options,
and some effects as well, so there's a lot of scope for creating audio
processing. It sounds good, too -- the filter's a bit unique, but it's nice.

Thanks
Leigh
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