rhino wrote:You'd still have a problem - if I understand what you're asking - in that each of the four waves would contain only the harmonics of ONE fundamental frequency. You would need hundreds of different frequencies at the same time to approach random "white" noise. And, as Solderman said, filtering out all but one tone would be a nightmare.
Sine wave = no harmonics
Saw wave = all EVEN harmonics - each in inverse level (volume) to it's number (higher=softer)
Square wave = only ODD harmonics
Most basic useable synth= (think Korg Monotron)
Oscillator - Low-pass filter - VCA - LFO - EG
Next step up= (think Roland Gaia)
Two VCOs, VCF with LP, BP settings VCA, 2 LFOs, 2 EGs, basic effects.
Again - we may not be seeing eye-to-eye here;
Do you mean what nember of filters would a synth need to cover most of the "popular synth sounds you hear"?
If so, then my answer (FWIW) is two: A low-pass/band-pass VCF and a high-pass adjustable.
Bitexion wrote:There was this monster created in 1980 called Con Brio ADS that featured 64 oscillators, a CRT screen and looked like a Star Trek prop, and a $30,000 price tag. As far as legend goes, they only ever sold two, one was used for effects in TV series by a studio.
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