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Subject: How to process external sounds?


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Original Message 1/4             28-Feb-98  @  03:17 PM   -   How to process external sounds?

litus1

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After reading the manual of the Super Bass Station i am very confussed with the part related to process external sounds.

Anybody can tell me exactly what must i do to process external sounds ?

Thanks...

AMR. Barcelona, Spain



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Message 2/4             02-Mar-98  @  02:00 PM   -   RE: How to process external sounds?

kilo

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plug something into the audio input... then twiddle the unit to manipulate the sound...... all the twidling can be recorded as controller data... thus it'll do it automatically as the track plays-back....



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Message 3/4             03-Apr-98  @  09:01 PM   -   RE: How to process external sounds?

bajore

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once you've put something into the audio input/maybe radio prog. to get started,
switch source to ext,
mixer osc level full anticlock wise,
mixer level full anticlockwise then increase
level until you hear something, then try playing with the filter section.
you may have to turn the sub osc to zero.



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Message 4/4             07-Apr-98  @  10:43 PM   -   RE: How to process external sounds?

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You have to realise that a MIDI event will have to happen for you to hear the result - No Volume Env message means no volume.



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