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Robert created two short pieces to demonstrate some of the classic synth sounds and bell tones possible with the TimewARP 2600.

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We've created the same patch on an actual ARP 2600 and the TimewARP 2600 to demonstrate how you can now create sounds on your desktop that emulate the analog world in ways not possible with other soft synth products.

AF CV Sweep AF CV Sweep
This test demonstrate audio frequency modulation of the filter by sweeping the modulation source. The filter cutoff frequency is modulated by oscillator 2 which is swept from 10Hz to 10kHz while in the filter is in full resonance. This Initial filter frequency is tuned to about 28Hz.
PWM Saw Sweep PWM Saw Sweep
This test demonstrates audio frequency pulse width modulation. Oscillator 2 pulse output is patched directly to the output. Oscillator 2 is tuned to 440Hz, and the initial pulse width is 10%. Oscillator 3 sawtooth output is used as the pulse width modulation controller of oscillator 2, and is swept from 10Hz to 10kHz by oscillator 1.
Ringmod Saw Sweep Ringmod Saw Sweep
This test demonstrates sweeping the sawtooth source into the ring modulator. Oscillator 3 is used to generate a low frequency sawtooth wave that is in turn used to sweep Oscillator 1's sawtooth from 10Hz to 10kHz. Oscillator 2 sine is held constant at 440Hz.
Ringmod Sine Sweep Ringmod Sine Sweep
This test demonstrates sweeping the sine source into the ring modulator. Oscillator 3 is used to generate a low frequency sawtooth wave that is in turn used to sweep Oscillator 2's sine from 10Hz to 10kHz. Oscillator 1 sawtooth is held constant at 440Hz.

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