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Attempt at emulating oto machines Biscuit
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grimley



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PostPosted: Sat Feb 27, 2010 2:11 am    Post subject: Attempt at emulating oto machines Biscuit Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Check this first if you haven't already:

http://www.otomachines.com/



This is probably the most inefficient patch possible! It will only run correctly on an expanded G2 but you could try changing the number of voices to 1 to run in mono if you're on an unexpanded G2.
It is also optimized for the G2 keyboard. I wanted to put all important controls on one row. Therefore I've used the independent knob/button trick:
The knobs loosely mimic the oto machine.
The LEDs above the buttons 1-8 show the status of the 8 bits:
Lit = on
Unlit = off
Flashing = Inverted
To change the bits use the black keys F#3 to Bb4 (or equivalent midi notes from a sequencer).
The mod wheel controls the delay and the pitch stick = pitch shift.

I'm sure there is a better way to mimic the oto "bit" buttons than the mess I've created in the FX area with midi control sends. It would especially be nice to be able to use the G2 buttons and not just the LEDs for visual feedback.

-grimley


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