More rotors, more osc, more LFOs!

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3rdConstruction
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More rotors, more osc, more LFOs!

Post by 3rdConstruction » Mon Jul 01, 2013 2:11 pm

This is probably unrealistic. I am so obsessed with the rotors, I'd like to have 4 rotors, each able to choose 4 different oscillators as their inputs, even at the expense of some polyphony. I'm craving a veritable galactic whirlpool of swirling rotor mayhem! Also, more LFOs! Yes, more! Woo-hoo! More, I say!

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Luke
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Re: More rotors, more osc, more LFOs!

Post by John Bowen » Tue Jul 16, 2013 11:25 am

The problem is that, to have 4 rotors, each with 4 different oscillators....this would mean 16 oscillators!

This I did have in the Rotor Jr. and Rotor EX plugins for Scope that I made long ago! You should add a Scope system to your collection! :-)

jb

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Re: More rotors, more osc, more LFOs!

Post by scope4live » Tue Jul 16, 2013 3:45 pm

It's why I have a Solaris TOSLink > XITE-1 AES/EBU where 18 x DSP Chips await.
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3rdConstruction
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Re: More rotors, more osc, more LFOs!

Post by 3rdConstruction » Mon Jul 22, 2013 11:42 pm

Well, the rotors are currently my absolute favourite thing on the Solaris. If a Scope system will give me a rotor boost, then it looks like I need to start saving up again! I'm totally in agreement with Mr. Scope4live - no matter how hefty or rotund things can get as is, I'll always be craving more, 'til the floorboards give away. Solaris plus Scope is suddenly looking highly desirable...
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