An Introduction to the Mini Wave – Part Two

Sometimes referred to as a “Swiss Army Knife” of modular synthesis, Professor Richter’s Mini Wave is capable of quite a few tricks. In this second installment I demonstrate using the Mini Wave as a wave folder, as a Window Comparator, as a talking synth, as a Morse code repeater, and again as a quantizer, but this time with the Prayer Wheels from bank 15 of the Socket Rocket ROM.

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~ by rezzn8r on December 16, 2010.

2 Responses to “An Introduction to the Mini Wave – Part Two”

  1. Kudos, this might be best Noise Source post yet.

  2. yeah rezz, the videos are extremely good! and you didn’t even say the fuck word ; )

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