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MUSICAL FEATURES

Z-DSPThis is a DSP card equipped with a physical modeling effect that can be loaded and used in. There are roughly two models used: a waveguide model (Karplus-Strong, a model that assumes string vibration) and a Spring model (a model that assumes the vibration of a spring attached to a wall that moves on one side and moves on one side). Divide.

In the waveguide model, the input signal passes through a delay line with a delay time of 2 to 4 audio rates and feeds back to each other. When the input signal is a short noise burst or pulse, it becomes a sound source that oscillates using it as a trigger, and when continuous audio is input, it functions as a so-called resonator. Also, the two L / R input signals are treated in the same way.
  In the spring model, an input signal is used to move a vibrating spring attached to one side of a heavy object, and the vibration is modeled and converted into sound. The L input moves the spring "wall", and the R input moves the spring weight itself. Please note that the R input has a large effect on the sound. Fluid friction and static friction of the spring also have an effect. Since the Z-DSP simulates only one spring, it is more natural to use it as a filter for the input signal, but when a short audio burst is input as with a waveguide, it also functions as a sound source and is used like a resonator. It is also possible.

The eight presets are:
  • 1. Double Waveguide Mixed: It has two delay lines and the outputs are merged for feedback. VC-DSP2 controls the pitch of the first waveguide, VC-DSP1 controls the damping of the waveguide, and VC-DSP1 controls the pitch of the second waveguide.
  • 2. String Waveguide: This is a waveguide model that simulates the strings you play. VC-DSP1 controls the pitch of the first waveguide, VC-DSP1 controls the damping of the waveguide, and VC-DSP2 controls the pitch of the second waveguide.
  • 3. Bass Waveguide: A waveguide specialized for the base process. VC-DSP1 controls the pitch, VC-DSP2 controls the damping of the waveguide, and VC-DSP3 controls the strength of the envelope follower for the input. This envelope controls the pitch of the waveguide.
  • 4. Minor Chords: Four wave guides tuned to minor chords. VC-DSP4 selects the root pitch, VC-DSP1 selects the waveguide damping, and VC-DSP2 selects the fourth waveguide pitch from 3 degrees, minor 4th, 4th, or octave higher.
  • 5. Waveguide Mesh 1: Four independent wave guides with pitch intervals. VC-DSP4 controls the pitch of the first waveguide, VC-DSP1 controls the damping of the waveguide, and VC-DSP1 controls the pitch spread between the four waveguides.
  • 6. Waveguide Mesh 4: 4 waveguides connected inside. VC-DSP1 controls the pitch of the first waveguide, VC-DSP1 controls the damping of the waveguide, and VC-DSP2 controls the pitch spread between the four waveguides.
  • 7. Spring Filter 3 (LP): A spring model similar to a low pass filter. VC-DSP1 is spring hardness (control close to filter frequency), VC-DSP2 is relationship between spring hardness and spring movement friction, VC-DSP3 is spring movement fluid friction (close to filter resonance) ) Take control.
  • 8. Static Friction 2: A spring model with static friction. VC-DSP1 controls the spring hardness (control close to the filter frequency), VC-DSP2 controls the static friction strength, and VC-DSP3 controls the fluid friction (close to the filter resonance) of the spring movement.
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