tELHARMONIC is a synthesizer module with multiple voices and multiple algorithms. Three technologies that make electronic tones, which are still rare in the modular world, are implemented: Telharmonium-style synthesis developed in 3, a bit of unusual noise synthesis, and phase modulation synthesis.
At tELHARMONIC, we went back before electronic music in order to take a new approach in dealing with music-theoretical parameters in modern modular synths.TONIC, INTERVAL, DEGREE and D-GATEYou can program complex chord progressions, scales, melodies, and even play styles by patching. This voltage-controllable music theory allows the algorithms to be controlled in a uniform way, andCENTROID, FLUX and H-LOCKSince you can uniquely create the tone of each algorithm, you can create complex tones around the integrated melody structure and pattern.
tELHARMONIC has the following features.
Harmonic output using a three-voice additive synthesis method inspired by "Telharmonium" by Tadius Cailler made in 1897.
Noise output inspired by James Tenney's "Analog # 1961 (Noise Study)" in 1, the earliest computer music
Phase modulation output for synthesizing tones by phase modulation built into 80s digital synths
-CENTROID, FLUX and H-LOCK make each algorithm unique.
-6 octaves of 1V / Oct pitch control
-4 octave quantized pitch control
-Voltage-controlled parameters related to music theory
-DEGREE modulation can be synchronized to the clock or gate of the D-Gate input.
-Gate Out allows the tEL HARMONIC to interact with the rest of the system.
-Process with 24-bit floating point arithmetic using high spec 48bit, 32kHz DSP hardware.
It goes well with Optomix.
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