0-Coast Inspired Synth (1-Toast)
  • Adapted Patch Examples from 0-Coast Manual.audulus
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    1-Toast Fun Pack.audulus
  • This is brilliant Robert. Thank you!
    I’ve had it on my mind for quite some time that it would be great to have a uModular version of the O-Toast building-blocks, and now you’ve done it. Also makes total sense to keep some of the bits out of the box. And a set of manual patches as well. What a party!
  • @Rudiger Happy to oblige! Looking forward to see what people come up with :)
  • So much YES!!! Thanks for this @RobertSyrett.
  • 0-Coast Patch of the Week #20: Rhythmic Animation with TEMPO In Division.

    For extra credit, run the output of the 1-Toast through a z-1 unit delay and back into the lin FM input of the oscillator for a soothing drone effect.
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    0-Coast POTW 20.audulus
  • Ha! I had actually watched this video a couple times today and had thought about patching this one up using your 1-Toast module. The early nerd gets the slurm I guess!
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  • Glorious.

    I have to say, Audulus is more addicting than binging on Everybody Loves Hypnotoad!
  • how can i connect a midi keyboard to this
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    1-Toast connected to Midi Keyboard Node.audulus
  • *thankyou* :D :D very much, i was really trying to find out how :D

    edit: what kind of bug??
  • Not sure I would really call it a bug. The keyboard node outputs a frequency in Hz. Like most current modules, the Toast module expects an input in “1 per octave” form. That is, 0 is typically A-440, 1 is an octave above, 2 is 2 octaves above, -1 is an octave below etc. The converter accepts a frequency in Hz and outputs the 1 per octave value. The glitch is caused because the keyboard node outputs 0 when no key is pressed. The converter can’t deal with zero Hertz and causes Audulus to error. The clamp expression keeps the value between 20 and 20000 Hz to prevent the error.
  • A quirk? Let's call it a quirk.
  • It's not a bug, its a feature!
  • thank you i'm really trying to understand more about voltages and stuff since iwanna buy modular hardware in 2018 after owning some analog synths
  • @panthera86 - nice! Check out this ES-8 + Audulus guide while you're at it to think about what kind of modular gear you might want that would work well with Audulus.