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 4th August 2012 #1321 Gear addict     Joined: Mar 2012 Posts: 313 Gearslutz? I want to be a Gearpimp - buying great analog instruments, and then starting a service where virtual or cheapie analog owners come to me to recreate their patches on the high-end stuff. __________________ I'm the vaccine for the Access Virus.
 7th August 2012 #1322 Lives for gear     Joined: Feb 2003 Location: meta city 1 Posts: 4,413 3 Reviews written Find a clown. Determine the resonant frequency of its demented cranium.* Detune the oscillators so that the interference beat from the two matches this frequency. This is calculated by the following formula: Make sure that your waveforms are free from aliasing, as the aliasing tones that are folded back into the sound of the oscillators will create additional interference beats that are unrelated to the task at hand. Increase the volume to the point that the resonance from the oscillators in its skull make the two hemispheres of the clown's brain detach from each other. You can stop there, or for a more spectacular visual effect, continue until saturation is achieved and structural failure of the clown's head occurs. edit- *for the utter noobs that don't know, this is done by attaching a pressure transducer to its head and connecting the output to a strobe tuner. Tap lightly with a rubber mallet and note the frequency.
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24th August 2012   #1332
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 Originally Posted by djloekee27 I need to know how to make the "Gearslutz" sound on my synth.
That's the sound of your bank account emptying. It's easy, but you'll need 2 CS-80s for that. Then detune.
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24th August 2012   #1333
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 Originally Posted by djloekee27 I need to know how to make the "Gearslutz" sound on my synth.

choose a "hoover" sound (it has to be a preset)

reverse it. Invert the envelopes, put "minus" signs where "plus" is, everything.

press D# on the 4th octave

the giant sucking sound you hear now is the sound of your money being pumped away by GAS

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 You have 2 Osc and you detune them..than what?
then you grab a hammer and smash the ****ing thing. As simple as that.

 3rd September 2012 #1335 Lives for gear     Joined: Mar 2006 Location: New Mexico Posts: 2,699 then you go on gearslutz and post this question.
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 4th September 2012 #1339 Gear maniac     Joined: Jan 2011 Location: Seoul, Korea Posts: 161 I think that I am doing something wrong. I have Osc 1 set on Korean, Osc 2 set on Chinese Mandarin and Sub Osc 3 set on Japanese. But I thought that oscillators were supposed to be geometric shapes like water, mud and jell-o?
 4th September 2012 #1340 Lives for gear   Joined: Nov 2008 Location: Location Location Posts: 902 I wonder does the OP know what he started with this thread LMAO. I also wonder did he end up detuning those oscillators after. Maybe he did and he could drop back in and tell us than what happened. __________________ "I didn’t fail 1,000 times. The light bulb was an invention with 1,000 steps." Thomas Edison
4th September 2012   #1341
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 Originally Posted by energizer bunny I wonder does the OP know what he started with this thread LMAO. I also wonder did he end up detuning those oscillators after. Maybe he did and he could drop back in and tell us than what happened.
OP pops up now and again in this thread. last time, not so long ago.

i think i read that he's a music tech tutor, if you can believe that.
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4th September 2012   #1342
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 Originally Posted by golden beers OP now is a music tech tutor, if you can believe that.
I can.

His business goes on like this:

he meets 8 customers a day.

1 of them asks "detune two OSCs: then what?".

he answer by reciting this whole thread, mentioning all the answers as they were HIS ideas. It takes 50 minutes.

The client falls asleep after 10 minutes. Sometimes 20. Seldom 45.

He awakens the client and makes him pay 70 bucks for the 50 minutes consultancy.

70 bucks x 22 working days a month = 1540 bucks a month

gear required = none, including ITB, OTB, outboard and overboard

Investment required: 5 bucks

Net Profit = 1540 bucks a month.

rate of return on investment = can't be matched even by skrillex on a busy month. Shames Madoff. Makes Warren Buffett look like a beggar.

We are all idiots.

The OP is a genius.

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4th September 2012   #1343
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 Originally Posted by energizer bunny than what happened.
this is what happened: the oscillators got detuned a lot and started to slip in and out of the time space continuüm
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4th September 2012   #1344
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i meant college tutor btw

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 Originally Posted by golden beers i meant college tutor btw
You mean that... there are young people somewhere,

who are in college,

who are trying to major in Science,

who at some point in their career gest stuck with Test-Panic, financial problems, family issues, love troubles, mononucleosis, or whatever issue may hamper their ability to advance in studies,

and the guy in charge of their future life and salary

is somebody who became famous on the internet

because HIS musical career was stopped by the following unsolvable problem:

you have two osc and you detune them... then what?

Oh...

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5th September 2012   #1348
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 Originally Posted by ozy You mean that... there are young people somewhere, who are in college, who are trying to major in Science, who at some point in their career gest stuck with Test-Panic, financial problems, family issues, love troubles, mononucleosis, or whatever issue may hamper their ability to advance in studies, and who ask for help, and the guy in charge of their future life and salary is somebody who became famous on the internet because HIS musical career was stopped by the following unsolvable problem: you have two osc and you detune them... then what? Oh...
I think you guys are being too hard on him. He is obviously a senior in college and he only needs one class to graduate. But semester after semester he keeps failing the class because he can't answer the question "You have 2 Osc and you detune them. What do you do next?"

When he sees this question semester after semester his brain automatically starts thinking like this:

5th September 2012   #1349
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 Originally Posted by djloekee27 hard on

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