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Hi, I'd like to add some expressivity to my MIDI keyboard plugged into the Retrocade Synth when I play SID sounds Is there already a way to get a vibrato, a portamento or a fast-arppegio effect ? If not, I think I will try to recreate those effects by writing some functions using a timer, varying the frequency etc... But before I go this way, I wondered if the SID instrument could not do this natively ? I don't know much about SID specifications but in the software GoatTracker (SID tracker), the instruments implements already those effects. Also, each intrument refer to a "wavetable" that allows (among other things) to make those typical fast-arpeggios Is that different in the Retrocade Synth ? What would you recommend me to do ?
Hello, I am new to the Retrowing so I am still getting setup. I was wondering if there were any particular parameters as to what kind of micro-sd card to use. I have had the experience before with removable media and musical instruments of things not lining up. Secondly, when time allows I am going to program a Behringer BCR2000 (the knobby one) to match the Retrocade for easier control. If this seems like it would be of interest, please let me know. Thanks
Hi all. A quick question.. I have a Logicstart Megawing. Does it leave the Papilio one 500K with any spare pins?? If so, I'd like to Mod the logicstart to accept more I/O on those pins... I want to be able to add MIDI functionality if possible. Thanks again, Steve.
I just got my RetroCade Megawing in the mail yesterday and I'm excited to start playing with it. As I'm a Mac user and don't feel like running a virtual machine just for the control software, I was looking around for the midi implementation. I can't seem to find the info online, can anyone point me to where it might be? I was thinking of building up a Max/MSP and or Max4Live control program which I'd be happy to share here. Thanks! Travis