Monday, September 6, 2010

Sintesiser basic Fikstur generally consists of:

Polyphony, namely: Generally polyphony measured or recognized as the count of notes or sounds. Fikstur polyphony of a sound; generator associated with the ability to play a tone more 'than one note at a time .. Sintesiser early generations is generally monoponik, fikstur means that there can only play one note at a time. If we hit five keys on the keyboard simultaneously sintesiser we only hear one note only. Meanwhile, if we press the five key polyphonic keyboard sintesiser which 'only has four votes, so that only four tones will sound only, on a modern sintesiser keyboard with more sound modules (sound' modern module now has 16, 24 or 32 tones polyphoni ), then the fifth tone will be heard all.

Sound: differences in sound that can produce a sintesiser''or the sound generator is sometimes called "Patch", "Program", "algorithm" or "timbre". Sintesiser a programmable generally recognize the "Plan numb & 'or' Patch numb &" for each sound. For example, the use of the patch number one sound module for the sound of piano, acoustic and patch number 36 for the fretless bass sound. The relationship between all the patches number of sound is often called a patch file.

Multitimbral Mode : A sintesiser or multitimbral sound generator called when the ability to generate more than two different instrument sounds simultaneously. With the tone polyphony 'is enough and "parts" (multitimbral), a single sintesiser can produce the entire sound of a band or even orchestra. Multitimbral operation generally requires the use of a sequencer to send a variety of MIDI messages as needed. For example, a sequencer could send MIDI messages to the piano part on channel 1, bass on channel 2, channel 3 on the saxophone, drums on channel 10, ff. A 16 part multitimbral sintesiser can receive different parts on each of the 16 logical channels on the MIDI channel.

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