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Synthesis 201 - Analog Synthesis in a Digital World.
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Which one of these waveforms contains both odd and even harmonics?
Which type of module in a synthesizer creates sound, like a sine wave or white noise?
What is Envelope Follower's functionality?
It tracks ADSR output
Envelope Follower tracks the amplitude of an input signal and generates a control voltage from it
A Sine Wave consists of the fundamental frequency and overtones. True or False?
Compared with white noise, pink noise is weighted more towards the lower register?
The Square Wave consists of Even-numbered Harmonics. True or False?
The four basic waveforms discussed in this course are...
Square, Sine, Linear, Triangle
Triangle, Square, Circle, Sine
Sine, Triangle, Square, Sawtooth
Square, Chainsaw, Sine, Triangle,
Blue noise is weighted more towards the higher register?
What are Sidebands?
Sidebands are sums and differences of program and carrier frequencies
It is carrier frequency
Harmonics consist of...
Whole-number multiples of the fundamental frequency
The fundamental frequency only
Whole number divisions of the fundamental frequency
Whole-number subtractions of the fundamental frequency
A Square waveform contains ______ harmonics
both odd and even
The Sawtooth Wave consist of which of the following?
All odd and even-numbered overtones
No overtones at all
The Triangle wave consists only of which of the following?
No overtones at all
A mixture of odd and even-numbered overtones
What happens when increasing modulation index?
increasing modulation index increases amplitude of additional sideband
increasing modulation index reduces amplitude of output
Filters are used to remove harmonic content from a sound. True or False?
ADSR stands for which of the following?
Attack, Decay, Sound, Release
Attack, Decay, Sustain, Rewire
Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release
Attack, Demolish, Sustain, Release
What are Inharmonic overtones or partials?
Inharmonic overtones or partials are out of tune with the fundamental
Inharmonic overtones or partials are in tune with the fundamental
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