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Eurorack Modular 101 - Oscillators and Noise.
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What is white noise?
A random signal having equal intensity at different frequencies, giving it a constant power spectral density
A random signal having equal energy per octave
A sound associated with alternating current (usually at 50 or 60 Hz)
A 3 dB per octave signal with increasing frequency over a finite frequency range
Which Eurorack module produces sound?
Changing the pulse width (duty cycle) of a square wave changes the relative levels of the wave's various harmonics. True or false?
The common waveforms found on an analog oscillator module are:
VCO, VCF, and VCA
Sine, Triangle, Saw and Square
Low pass , high pass, notch, and band pass
Sub, Triangle, Saw and LFO
Who created the defining instrument of the West Coast school of synthesis?
DSP stands for:
Digital Signal Processor
Designated Sober Person
Dynamic Sample Parameter
Delayed Sample Parameter
On the Black Varishape VCO 1 module, the 1V/OCT input is useful to add a one octave down sub oscillator. True or false?
Pink noise is similar to white noise, but with a 6 dB/octave rolloff. True or false?
Which module can produce Atari console-like one bit noise and other crazy, more-less predictable sounds?
Braids Macro-oscillator (from Mutable Instruments)
Black Varishape VCO (from Erica synths)
Black Digital Noise (from Erica synths)
MST - VCO (from Synthrotek)
Digital Oscillators are not available on Eurorack synths. True or false?
Eurorack Modular 101
Oscillators and Noise
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