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RMI Harmonic Synthesizer arpeggio mode(s)


Post Posted Thu Mar 13, 2008 1:11 am
radek tymecki


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OK. I hav complete 175-page manual... I'll try to recreate VCF or sth... Just gimme some time :D
Post Posted Thu Mar 13, 2008 4:09 am
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In PDF format?
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Post Posted Thu Mar 13, 2008 5:33 am
radek tymecki


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That's right :)
Post Posted Thu Mar 13, 2008 9:15 am
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Radek, would you mind uploading/linking us to that? I'd like to have a go at designing some of those boards myself. :wink:
Post Posted Thu Mar 13, 2008 10:32 am
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there is only one pcb in manual and the rest are few schematics. the pcb cannot be well seen because scan quality of that page is terrible :(

i'll try to redraw all
Post Posted Thu Mar 13, 2008 8:23 pm
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radek tymecki wrote:there is only one pcb in manual and the rest are few schematics. the pcb cannot be well seen because scan quality of that page is terrible :(

i'll try to redraw all
No problem, I was more interested in the schematics as I have designed many PCBs from schematics only myself.
Post Posted Thu Apr 07, 2011 9:41 am
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Anyone have any Harmonic Generator partial settings for RMI, specifically used on Oxygene?
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Post Posted Thu Apr 07, 2011 10:29 am
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Analog-Umph wrote:Anyone have any Harmonic Generator partial settings for RMI, specifically used on Oxygene?
The owner´s manual is full of them.

Stephen
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Post Posted Thu Apr 07, 2011 10:34 am
computerhythm


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LeoDaV wrote:
Mogwai wrote:
LeoDaV wrote: I know a guy who owns one (one of the 4 known RMI's in Europe (that's including JMJ's)). I had a long talk with him about the RMI, got samples and pictures of his RMI (sorry can't share them I had to promise that and I keep my promisses). He explained exactly how to do it.
Parsick?
So...there are 4 of these around in Europe? JMJ, Zanov, Parsick and ?
Yes, Stephen ;) The 4th is ex Matthias Becker's (Synthesizer von Gestern) wich was sold to a guy in the UK.

J.
This is not quite accurate (apologies for having been slightly unclear about that): I own the one featured in Synthesizer von Gestern by Matthias Becker. The fourth ERMI in Europe was formerly Mark Glinsky´s, and it was owned (or still is, I don´t know) by Richard D. James. The fifth in Europe (much to my own surprise) was the one auctioned on eBay Germany a couple of years ago.

Stephen
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Post Posted Thu Apr 07, 2011 1:29 pm
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computerhythm wrote:
Analog-Umph wrote:Anyone have any Harmonic Generator partial settings for RMI, specifically used on Oxygene?
The owner´s manual is full of them.

Stephen
Ok thanks.

Oxygene ones though? Do you know the pages?
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Post Posted Thu Apr 07, 2011 11:38 pm
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Analog-Umph wrote:
computerhythm wrote:
Analog-Umph wrote:Anyone have any Harmonic Generator partial settings for RMI, specifically used on Oxygene?
The owner´s manual is full of them.

Stephen
Ok thanks.

Oxygene ones though? Do you know the pages?
I can´t remember off-hand, but there was a patch sheet of that famous "hand-clapping sequence" as used in O5. For other sounds I´d just transfer the slider settings from the various promo shots which feature the RMI.

Stephen
"If we have an enemy at all, the Control Process is that enemy. It is vital to short-circuit this Control Process." (Genesis P-Orridge)
Post Posted Wed Apr 13, 2011 11:26 pm
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computerhythm wrote:
Analog-Umph wrote:
computerhythm wrote: The owner´s manual is full of them.

Stephen
Ok thanks.

Oxygene ones though? Do you know the pages?
I can´t remember off-hand, but there was a patch sheet of that famous "hand-clapping sequence" as used in O5. For other sounds I´d just transfer the slider settings from the various promo shots which feature the RMI.

Stephen
Stephen,
could you record some rough demos of the RMI and post them like you did for the Triadex Muse? I'd like to hear some stuff from it

P.







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