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P12 Tricks and Tips

Re: P12 Tricks and Tips
« Reply #60 on: August 13, 2020, 08:43:27 AM »
Chaparral,  glad it worked out for you. Yeah,  I think 8 pedals would be a bit much.  I assume one of your two P12's is a module?
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Re: P12 Tricks and Tips
« Reply #61 on: August 17, 2020, 06:22:25 AM »
I went for 2 keyboards - one to take out and one safe in the studio. I don't have any other synths, but I have no shortage of great sounds. We are moving house, but this winter i shall be exploring 4 part voices by linking synths.

Re: P12 Tricks and Tips
« Reply #62 on: April 17, 2021, 11:15:38 AM »
Currently running one P12 connected by Midi to a second P12. With 4 stereo volume pedals, 4 Expression pedals and 2 sustain pedals. I have not got round to freestyle playing, I am having too much fun with the arpeggiators - I originally set my A and B arpeggiators to different polyrhythmically related intervals for every voice. With two part A and two part Bs and 4 polyrhythmic patterns it is a fascinating detour from my usual musical practice. If anything of value emerges from this sea of overlapping patterns I will share it here.

Re: P12 Tricks and Tips
« Reply #63 on: August 07, 2021, 05:44:42 AM »
Juno 106 Style Chorus I
Delay 1 Time: 53
Delay 1 Amt: 127
Delay 2 Time: 54
Delay 2 Amt: 127
Mod 1 Source: DC
Mod 1 Amount: -127
Mod 1 Dest: Delay 1 Pan
Mod 2 Source: DC
Mod 2 Amount: 127
Mod 2 Dest: Delay 2 Pan
LFO 1 Shape: Tri
LFO 1 Freq: 38
LFO 1 Dest: Delay 1 Time
LFO 1 Amt: 5
LFO 2 Shape: Tri
LFO 2 Freq: 39
LFO 2 Dest: Delay 2 Time
LFO 2 Amt: 5

Juno 106 Style Chorus II
all settings the same as Chorus I except...
LFO 1 Freq: 52
LFO 2 Freq: 53

Juno 106 Style Saw
Osc 1 Shape: Saw
Osc 1 Pitch: C2
Osc 1 Level: 100
Osc 2 Shape: Saw
Osc 2 Pitch: C3
Osc 2 Level: 9
Drive: 64

Juno 106 Style Square
Osc 1 Shape: Pulse
Osc 1 Pitch: C2
Osc 1 Level: 100
Osc 2 Shape: Saw
Osc 2 Pitch: C3
Osc 2 Level: 50
Drive: 64

Alpha Juno "What The" Style Oscillator (aka Hoover)
Osc 1 Shape: Pulse
Osc 1 Shape Mod: -20
Osc 1 Pitch: C2
Osc 1 Level: 100
Osc 1 Sub: 80
Osc 2 Shape: Saw
Osc 2 Shape Mod: -48
Osc 2 Pitch: C2
Osc 2 Level: 100
Osc 3 Shape: Saw
Osc 3 Pitch: C3
Osc 3 Level: 35
Osc 4 Shape: White Noise
Osc 4 Level: 19
Drive: 11
LPF: 2 Pole
LPF Freq: 160
LPF Res: 17
Amp Env Release: 0
Set up any LFO with...
LFOx Shape: Tri
LFOx Freq: 120
and route it with the mod slots as follows...
LFOx > Osc 1 Shape Mod: 50
LFOx > Osc 1 Freq: 3
LFOx > Osc 2 Shape Mod: 50
and if you need a bit more help to get started...
Env 3 Dest: Osc All Freq
Env 3 Decay: 64
Env 3 Amount: 80
« Last Edit: August 07, 2021, 07:05:53 AM by justmull »

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Re: P12 Tricks and Tips
« Reply #64 on: August 08, 2021, 05:44:51 AM »
Juno 106 Style Chorus I
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Thank you for these gems!  It's a wakeup call to me what a powerful feature the 4 delay lines are and what a treat for sound designing the P12 is.
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