Another kick drum method

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BumCuddle
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Post 26 Oct 2021

No idea why I watched this video considering kick drums are pretty much infinite these days but if this type of synthesis is of interest just for the sheer 'knobtwiddlyness' of it all then have fun :thumbup:


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integerpoet
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Post 26 Oct 2021

It occurs to me a "kick lab" would be a good excuse to build a deep (but obv. not terribly broad) Combinator2.

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BumCuddle
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Post 30 Oct 2021

integerpoet wrote:
26 Oct 2021
It occurs to me a "kick lab" would be a good excuse to build a deep (but obv. not terribly broad) Combinator2.
That would be really interesting using stock devices.
I'm not an R12 user so Combi2s are out of my reach I'm afraid.

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