Basic Waveforms of Synthesizer: Sine Wave (2)

The Music Telegraph | Text 2019/04/19 [12:58]

Basic Waveforms of Synthesizer: Sine Wave (2)

The Music Telegraph| 입력 : 2019/04/19 [12:58]

 

▲ Rhodes Mark I electric piano 



 

Basic Waveforms of Synthesizer: Sine Wave (2)

 

The Rhodes is the best known electric piano ever released in 1965, and the Rhodes have built-in electronic pickups like electric guitars, so tuning is required. The sounds from the Rhodes was a very unique tone, with a slight harmonic in the basic frequency. Especially, the Rhodes' sound has an empty atmosphere like a square wave or a clarinet sound, and when you play multiple notes, you can overdrive and make a fuzz sound.

 

 

(b) Electric Piano

Make a phase sound by placing a time difference on two sine waves

- Make Electric Piano’s EG (Envelope Generator) like that of the piano, but hold the Release time a little longer

To make beats with phases, detune two sine waves within a range of less than half-tone

- Using the delay to make the second sign wave slightly slower than the first sign wave will make it a more stereoscopic sound

 

 

*Key Points in making Elec. Piano sounds with two sine waves:

1. Detunes the same two sine waves to make beats, which creates a phase sound

2. When you layer two sine waves, the sound changes more stereoscopically if you delay one of the two sine waves

 

 

Envelope Generator (EG) of sine waves in Elec. piano sounds

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*Various Electric Piano sounds >>

 

 

 

 

 

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