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What is required for a guitar synth? This basically combined the Slavedriver and the guts of a SEM into a single box. There was also a large six- voice polyphonic system, with a pitch converter, envelope follower, and SEM for each string. The Polyfusion FFI frequency follower. These products were not particularly successful. Sign In Don’t have an account?
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Below, a period advert… …and click here to view the same-period ARP full-line catalog available for download at PS dot com. This basically combined the Slavedriver and the guts of a SEM into a single box.
Only a few examples of this were built. Click here for previous Polyfusion coverage at PS dot com. There was also a large six- voice polyphonic system, with a pitch converter, envelope follower, and SEM for each string.
A great number of small manufacturers sprung up to offer these devices, and a few of the big names got involved as well. The Slave Driver, also from Systems.
These products were not particularly successful.
Guitar Synths of the late 1970s
But putting it all together in a package that a guitar player might want to buy: The company’s founder, Californian Bob Easton, was an acquaintance of Tom Oberheim and the two collaborated on some pitch converter designs circa The mighty ARP Avatar.
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Systes next product was the Spectre guitar synthesizer. What is required for a guitar synth? Equipped with a hex pickup, the Spectre contained a priority circuit that chose a string to track, fed it into the pitch converter and an envelope followerand used this to control the bullt-in SEM.
In addition, there is something inherently retrograde with performing on the electric guitar regardless; it is very much a signifier of the s eystems s; so why muddy the waters of yr joyous celebration of the past with so much technology? Sign In Don’t have an account? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Guitar synths never really caught on, probably due to the cost initially, but even as prices came down it slavedrivver seems like the vast majority of players were just happier with a bunch of effects pedals.
Learn how slavedrjver comment data is processed. The state of the art in frequency and pitch tracking in was not really up to the task, as some other manufacturers, notably ARPfound out.
MATRIXSYNTH: Systems Slavedriver Guitar Synthesizer Interface CV/Gate Converter
The company branched out into effects and small MIDI sound modules in the mids, before exiting the music industry around Your email address will not be published. Today as PS dot com: The Sjstems FFI frequency follower. Retrieved from ” http: If anyone is still using any of these things on-stage or in productions, drop a line and let us know…. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email slavedriber will not be published.
Below, a period advert…. If anyone is still using any of these things on-stage or in productions, drop a line and let us know… The Slave Driver, also from Systems The Ampeg Patch A manufacturer of synth equipment in the late s sywtems early ’80s. Well, at minimum, independent pitch-to-CV and envelope-to-gate tracking and conversion for each of the six strings, and then some sort of synthesis engine x6 to create the actual sound that you hear.