[microsound] Producing 15 Hz - 20 Hz with digital equipment?
Laurens van der Wee
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Thu Nov 3 07:32:53 EDT 2011
You mean: filters on digital equipment outputs that will make it difficult to create these signals acoustically? -> some MOTU interfaces and I guess RME (??) left out this filter, so you actually can produce these 'sounds'. It works, I used it to LFO some analogue gear, bypassing the MIDI to cv stuff.
On 3 nov. 2011, at 18:55, Ted Pallas wrote:
> At that point you are in LFO land, my friend.
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> On Nov 3, 2011, at 6:50 AM, Jim Prevett <jim at spacestudios.org.uk> wrote:
>> as a long time lurker on your list- I thought it was about time I posted.
>> I am doing a project that may need producing low frequency sounds between 15 and 20 Hz. The exact details are not resolved yet but on my preliminary research on making this possible, it seems not so easy to do this cheaply.
>> Beyond building a massive horn or organ I have not found anything reliable that could do a good job in creating these sounds. Does anybody know how I can do this cheaply and effectively with digital equipment?
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