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Re: [Octal-dev] is a "gearlib" wanted/needed/possible/trivial?

From: joost diepenmaat
Subject: Re: [Octal-dev] is a "gearlib" wanted/needed/possible/trivial?
Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 15:34:31 +0200

Unkargherth wrote:
> > > anybody thinks it would make sense to develop a "gearlib" for octal
> > > to hold all the low-level dsp routines common to many octal
> > machines.
> In my opinion it's acool idea, it's neede, and it's neede now,in order to 
> standarize things
> I think that standard oscilators and filters, ADSR/Envelopes inertia and 
> interpolation would be the first targets to begin with

So you could make a synth which uses the standard oscillators from the
can you then use more oscillators just by updating the gearlib? is there
any room
for this kind of behaviour in the module-API? 

I think it would make some pretty cool stuff a lot easier. ( by the way,
i'm still
working at an update for my tb-303 buzz-module, and if the gearlib is
going to be
developed, i would be happy to donate some of the stuff from there, for
the filter and adr (no sustain, but with accent))

Joost 'Climox' Diepenmaat

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