Cover of track Voices Demonstration by Inavon
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Inavon, Voices Demonstration

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Here I demonstrate the polyphony of the Pulverisateur and Heisenberg.

I first demonstrate that the Pulverisateur has 8 voice polyphony: I play 8 notes and add more on top of them. As I add notes, the oldest ones disappear. If I play 9 notes all at the same time, the bottom one disappears. Age has higher precedence than MIDI number in terms of polyphony.

I then show using the same method that Heisenberg has 16 voice polyphony.

When Heisenberg unisono is set to 4, each note uses 4 voices. That means only 4 notes can be played at a time.

When unisono is set to 3, up to 5 full notes can be played (15 voices). That leaves one more voice, which means that the next added note will only have one of its voices played (the highest one).

With Pulverisateur set to mono, only one note can be played at a time, meaning that long releases will be cut off. Notes with 0 velocity can be used to cut notes off.

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    Potasmic

    2 weeks ago
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    humasigno

    about 5 years ago
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    opaqity

    about 5 years ago

    you just scared the life out of me dude

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    yafee?

    about 5 years ago

    Oh:)!

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    Inavon

    about 5 years ago

    Republished

    I'm back

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    Uprising

    about 5 years ago

    most notes i ever play together are three.

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    Uprising

    about 5 years ago

    haha nice noises

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    Inavon

    about 5 years ago

    brb

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    opaqity

    about 5 years ago

    ya. u dunno how gud this is

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    mae's trex

    about 5 years ago

    Best track 2014, its making it to the charts

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    Xavi

    about 5 years ago

    This sounds like insanity without any context.

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    Potasmic

    about 5 years ago

    Voices in my pulv

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    DamnLullaby

    about 5 years ago

    Thank you very much, good lesson for beginners and who does not like they are can still using samplers.....

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    Vectorshock (DARKLITE)

    about 5 years ago

    dont listen to @Jay'D (BACK) he just steals tracks. he is honestly irrelevant until he does otherwise. this is interesting though. and helpful :)

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    Inavon

    about 5 years ago

    @Jay'D (BACK) lel, it's not even a "track" track.

    @opaqity No! Dissonance makes people feel bad! And I'm sadistic like that! Actually I think I have a sick chord in there, but the synth is too detuned.

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