In this installment from Moessieurs he shows how to connect a microphone to MONTAGE and route the signal through the insertion effects. Rather than simply using conventional effects like reverb and delay he digs in and shows more creative uses with effects like Auto Synth, Lo-Fi, Amp Simulator, Talking Modulator and more! This is a great video for anyone wanting to explore integrating external audio with MONTAGE and MODX. Check it you below:
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The A/D Input on MONTAGE is a cool way to bring external audio from a microphone or line input into the Motion Control system. A/D parameters can be controlled with the Super Knob. Standard Part parameters like volume and pan are one possibility, but the real magic happens when control is assigned to the Insertion Effects. Plus you have the Envelope Follower,Vocoder and Auto Beat Sync capability. Check out the video below from Moessieurs on the A/D Input below:
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The Rotary Speed Control is an effect designed to emulate a rotary speaker device. Such a device became very popular for use with an American tonewheel organ around the early 1940s. The original intent of such a speaker device was to create an amplification system for the American tonewheel organ so that it had a better emulation of a theater organ or pipe organ.
Effects are an important audio tool to add specific nuances to the sound of any instrument. The YC DISTORTION and REVERB effects allow for a wide scope of expression with simple and easy to use controls.