Question about Music
The DS310 is an additive digital synth module. Each of the vertical bars from left to right represent different frequencies of the audio spectrum. raise the ones on the left to add low end and on the right for high end. You edit the height of each bar using the slider to change the level of whatever bar is blinking at the time. Then press the step button to select the next bar. Where it gets crazy is that you can draw a different spectrum for each different envelope progression. ADSR- Attack Sustain Delay Release. You can also set the time that the different parts of the envelope are played with the time slider. Set the time, press step and set the time again for the next part of the envelope. It's a very unusual layout but there are things that this synth can do that nothing else does. There is no manual. The main keyboard, the DS250 is pretty straightforward. different buttons access different presets and effect sliders add different effects, mix to taste and enjoy.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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