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Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 2: Subtractive synthesis

10/26/2011 02:36 PM EDT
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re: Making sounds with analogue electronics - Part 2: Subtractive synthesis
PasuTech   10/30/2011 10:26:28 PM
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Err.. Sorry, the clarinet doesn't work as you described. I'm afraid the world isn't necessarily all feedforward as you want us to believe. That made me lose interest in the rest of the article

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