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A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby k brown » Mon Jun 15, 2020 4:19 pm

Huh?
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby pshannon » Mon Jun 15, 2020 5:43 pm

@kbrown
You said you didn't think your XP machine could do a video of your Synth. I was saying it depends on how you do it. You are an apple person with an old PC machine. Capture the video through your MAC by running your pc through it. That was all SD=480p works great with the XP machine which no one today would want to see. HD would be more useful. I hope that makes sense?

BTW the synth looked great to me.
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby k brown » Mon Jun 15, 2020 5:52 pm

No, it doesn't. How do you 'run a PC through a Mac'?
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby pshannon » Mon Jun 15, 2020 6:08 pm

k brown wrote:No, it doesn't. How do you 'run a PC through a Mac'?


Capture card, USB/Firewire. I guess you will still spend more money, but then you have a universal capture card that can be used with your MAC. I have several capture cards and it will capture vga, hdmi, componet ect. I have ran them through many systems without running software capture directly on the system. Take it or leave it. :)
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby k brown » Mon Jun 15, 2020 6:31 pm

Oh, I see - simply record the video out of the PC with the Mac. Would still be SD, though wouldn't it? Or would the Mac up-res it?
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby pshannon » Mon Jun 15, 2020 7:51 pm

k brown wrote:Oh, I see - simply record the video out of the PC with the Mac. Would still be SD, though wouldn't it? Or would the Mac up-res it?


It would all depend on your resolution, video ram display and connectors. XP goes back a long way. I assume this is a VGA or maybe DVI? DVI is much better because you can put an HDMI adapter on it DVI-->hdmi and it is 100% digital. The DVI method will pass the video signal and not the sound like standard HDMI. VGA might be 1024x768 and then upscaled higher via the capture, but even at this resolution it is still equal to 720p and the text will be more crisp.


But there is one more thing you can test instead of going down this path. Try snagit. It says 32 bit support and you record you video and edit it on your MAC if you have software for it. They have a demo. You could just capture the section of your screen for the vst in standalone or however you want. I would limit the amount of programs running on this old machine while capturing, the IO will be high, but should work.

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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby k brown » Mon Jun 15, 2020 8:50 pm

Interesting idea, thanks.
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby k brown » Fri Jun 19, 2020 7:53 pm

Spogg has very kindly chosen CyRinx II as a test-bed for user-resizable GUI. And a 64-bit version to boot!

Thank you so, so !

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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby DSP-Robotron » Tue Aug 18, 2020 2:59 pm

Dual Peak filters usually produce vowel sounds when you combine 2 band pass filters.
See here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ir2mZnC51nw

Do we have any formant filters in FS ?
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Re: A FAR Less Boring Subtractive Synth

Postby martinvicanek » Tue Aug 18, 2020 3:22 pm

Yup, a number of user creations feature formant filters. Search the forum for "formant" or "vowel filter". ;)
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