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dx7 epiano1

Post by AutumnCheney » Tue Nov 10, 2020 12:52 am

here's my recreation of the famous "epiano1" patch from the yamaha dx7. i used the original patch loaded into dexed as a reference. it turns out the patch is actually pretty easy to recreate, as it uses three pairs of operators modulating the other with only one using feedback, which can easily be copied with sunvox's fm module

this module relies on velocity for expression, so be sure to vary the velocity for maximum expressiveness

i've included the module and a demo with the synth playing the chords from "rush rush" by paula abdul, a classic song that this was used in

this is under the mit license, no need to credit me if you're just using it
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AutumnC EPiano1 demo.sunvox
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Re: dx7 epiano1

Post by jyn » Fri Nov 13, 2020 9:08 am

This is fantastic! Thank you for this. I've been messing around with SunVox for about two years now but never really dug into audio synthesis, analog or FM. I've got some good books now and am finally learning when I can. All these modules you posted will be good study material, so thank you. :)

By the way, I checked out your music. You have a lot of really interesting stuff, I like it.

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Re: dx7 epiano1

Post by AutumnCheney » Fri Nov 13, 2020 9:36 am

jyn wrote:
Fri Nov 13, 2020 9:08 am
This is fantastic! Thank you for this. I've been messing around with SunVox for about two years now but never really dug into audio synthesis, analog or FM. I've got some good books now and am finally learning when I can. All these modules you posted will be good study material, so thank you. :)

By the way, I checked out your music. You have a lot of really interesting stuff, I like it.
thank you! glad someone likes my modules and music :)
please check out my newgrounds account, i post music and talk to people here: https://autumncheney.newgrounds.com

i have a soundcloud and bandcamp too (just music here):
https://soundcloud.com/autumncheney
https://autumncheney.bandcamp.com

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