Two Inventions for Looped Analog Synthesizer


These are demonstration pieces of a technique
– not intentional pieces of music…

The title should really be SIGNAL looped analog synthesizer.

The basic idea is to use the Korg mini MS-20 as a sound source and use a delay in the signal path to return the delayed signal to the Korg’s frequency to control voltage converter. This is then sent to another delay / reverb to attempt to smooth some of the sharp changes. Invention 2 is the more musical of the two inventions and relies on sound on sound to fill out the signal. Invention 1 is using a long delay time. The graphic, crude as it is, contains the actual signal path. The motive is to find some other way than a sequencer or LFO to generate a self-performing analog system.

Invention 1

Invention 2

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