Sync and Filter Modulated Chordal Drone

And we’re back… After twenty days of five-minutes-here and one-hour-there since the crash I have managed to recover a significant percentage of the original content of AudioCookbook.org. There are still hundreds of audio files that need to be put back in place, and probably a lot of lost images, but the first ten (of eighty) pages are cloase to 100% recovered. I have also created a new design based on the clean and functional Twenty Eleven WordPress theme. This responsive design looks nicer and will also provide a better user experience on mobile devices.

Although there is lots more to be done, now it is time to get back to the business at hand. Making sounds! At this stage I can’t guarantee daily output, but I intend to work up to it. Here’s a chordal drone that I created recently using my Roland MKS-80. I modulated the filter and the VCO frequency with the LFO set to a sine wave. However, you will not hear the pitch sweeping because the oscillator that is modulated is synched to the unmodulated one.

Sync and Filter Modulated Chordal Drone