Pittsburgh Modular SV-1 Black Box Preview - Questions?

Prior to our full review, we take a listen you ask the questions      16/09/16

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We just got delivery of the new Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms SV-1 Blackbox synthesizer. Its a desktop home for the Pittsburgh SV-1 which is a comprehensive semi-modular synth voice. Its normalised internally taking its input from the MIDI input and trigger module, which also provides some additional digital sound sources and functions.

Its has a couple of VCOs which use a new Pittsburgh Oscillator Core, OSC one includes the Pittsburgh Blade Wave - a modulatable SAW wave, plus Sine, Saw, Tri and Square.

All this goes into the 4 ch mixer which in turn goes to the Pittsburgh state variable Filter, which has a low bass loss resonance.

A snappy ADSR envelope and VCA end the signal flow.

We'll get into this more with the full review, but in this video we just wanted to show you a patch and ask if there were any questions you had for the final review.

Enjoy, and don't forget to comment.

 

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