Quoting Anders Bergdahl <email@example.com>:
Cool and great sounding stuff.. very interesting melodies.Btw - how do you achieve a 14tet synth? I would love to break out of the 12tet limitations..Any more info on you modular?A great listen.. thanks, Anders
Thank you, Anders. This link has a picture of my synth: http://kevinkissinger.com/ariesinfo.shtml To do 14-TET, I set up the following control voltage path: (Keyboard CV + Sequencer CV) --> Voltage Quantizer --> Attenuator --> VCO(s)I set the attenuator such that to play a 9th on the keyboard (i.e., Middle C to the D in the next octave) produces an octave shift from the VCO. Another way to put is that I change the 1/12 volt steps to 1/14 volt.
This is easy to do on an analog synthesizer. On some digital synthesizers, one can control the "Cents per step" to change the "Cents per step" to 85 (1200/14) to enable 14-tet.
Of course, you have to remember that an interval of a 9th on produces an octave change in pitch.
Thanks again for listening! Glad you enjoyed it. -- Kevin