The recent ALM Tyso Daiko module seems fantastic. I was also intrigued by the relative straightforwardness of the architecture, so I thought I’d try and recreate it in the 301.
I called it Dyson, because in comparison, it sucks.
A few notes:
I’ve only recreated one half of the module – there’s just the wavefolded side, not the tilt EQ.
This requires, I think, at least:
- Starthief’s Wavefolder 2 (w/ the .wav file as well)
- A773 bespoke units (I think it’s the Expo AD 2 in there)
TomF’s Strike (Tanh)
^So this is a nice possibility to get familiar with some must-have custom stuff if you aren’t already
There’s Teletype CV units in the subchains, as I’m using a Sweet 16 to control the various settings of Dyson. You might have to remove those. Alternatively, if you have i2c devices, I think I used i2c CV ports 1–6 and 9–10, so they’re mapped.
I included the AKWF chain I used for you – just selected it by ear (You will need to ‘slice by division’, 32 slices). to be faithful to the Tyso would be to have more vanilla waves loaded, but that’s where Dyson is more flexible – choose your own.
I’d appreciate any tips on making this as user-friendly as can be. Naming conventions, organization, something else? I’ve fallen off the 301 wagon a bit, so this is just a mess – originally for my use only, but it sounds nice, so I thought I’d make a thread.
Finally – this is no match for the Tyso Daiko, I have one on order, but it’s meant to be a fun experiment, and maybe it will be useful for some.
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