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The PLJ Modular is the first synth to have two “modular” sections – the modulator and the envelope. The modulator has a basic range (0v to 10v). It controls at least one of pitch, rate, depth (and possibly noise) in its range. Its output is routed to the envelope section. The envelope section applies some of that range to the incoming CV. The result, fed back to the modulator, then defines a wider range. The width is controlled by the MIDI pitch input and aftertouch (and possibly velocity).
There are eight modulators, one for each CV. They include a “bypass” modulator for the output CV – this leaves the envelope section unchanged. There is a “midi bypass” that behaves like a modulator for the output CV – it passes the MIDI CV through unchanged. Its default mode is active, but you can use a key on the PC to switch it off.
There are five encoders – outputs from the five modulators. They are also used as the output CV as well as routing to the modulation section of the input (note that modulators are always 0v to 10v. If a modulator has a bypass mode, the output CV is 0v to that value, if the modulator has no bypass the 0v value is still passed through).
There are five stages in the modulation section. Two for each of pitch, rate, depth and noise, and one for amplitude. The output of the filter is routed to the modulation section. The filter has eight stages, five each for cutoff, resonance and overall volume.
The inputs are the MIDI pitch and aftertouch/velocity. There is no “midi” input on the PLJ.
The output CV from each of the modulators is routed to an input of the filter section, one input per modulator. There are three filter inputs, two for the cutoff (and resonance) sections and one for the overall volume. MIDI pitch and aftertouch/velocity are routed to the volume section.
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Build Models for the PLJ Modular Synth – Compares the current version of the module with previous versions. Includes the latest PLJ Modular patches on both the control level and the synth level.
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This module consists of five modules:
Pitch, Volume, Pulse, Resonance and Tremolo. They’re all worth playing with.
The pitch CV is fed to a low frequency pitch modulation section, resulting in an expressive tremolo-type sound.
The volume CV is fed to a power amp section, which can be used to create a growl-type sound. The vca can also be used to add some subtle sound effects by using it with the volume section.
The pulse CV is fed to a low frequency pulse-width section, resulting in a pulsating sound.
The filter CV is fed to a resonant filter section. The resonant filter can be used to add a mellow formant, edge, etc. to the signal. (It also works with the oscillator, but not as well.)
The resonant filter section has an amplitude envelope section, which can be used to create a reverberant or creamy sound.
The tremolo section uses any of the five CV controls (tone, volume, pulse, resonance and pitch), producing a rich tremolo effect in the audio signal.
PLJ Modular Crack Properties:
The Modulator section has a high and low pass filter section. This filter section is used to influence the sound by adding resonance or chorusing.
Note that there is no feedback. There is no signal to the CV input section. But the input section is surprisingly sensitive. There is often much sound from this when using the various controls.
If you want to only have a low frequency input for the modulator section, you may want to use a (lowpass) filter section before the Modulator section.
If you want to set the modulation to be fixed, you can use a bank of Modulator CV inputs, set up to the same values. (The modulator section is continuous CV, not steps of fixed value.)
The Modulator section can be routed to “nothing”. If you don’t want the CV to the input section at all, just route the section to an output that does nothing. Otherwise, the output can be routed to:
– the audio waveform pitch (also fed from the MIDI pitch) to effect tremelo (or pitch modulation)
– the audio waveform pulse width (only any use on pulse waves, of course) to effect pulse width modulation
– the filter cutoff
– the filter resonance
– the overall volume (also fed from the MIDI velocity and aftertouch) to effect vibrato (or
PLJ Modular Torrent
What’s New In?
4 notes per octave
1 octave CV range
Midi pitch CV (0-127, plays the note)
Midi velocity CV (0-127, adds to or takes away from the note as you play)
Midi aftertouch CV (0-127, up from the note)
Up to 128 notes per octave (1 note above base pitch)
32 semi-tones per semi-tone
128 semi-tones per semi-tone
2 sections: linear CV and delay CV
Two notes per octave CV range
Filter cutoff (Linear and delay)
Upper modulators (pitch, rate, depth, aftertouch, attenuation)
Upper envelope (pitch, rate, depth, aftertouch, attenuation)
Lower modulators (pitch, rate, depth, aftertouch, attenuation)
Lower envelope (pitch, rate, depth, aftertouch, attenuation)
MIDI In/Out (or setting via PC keyboard)
audio Wave Form (R) X, Y, Z, W Audio Waveform type – options (x) x extends the envelope from both ends
audio Pitch (MIDI pitch)
audio Vibrato (MIDI velocity)
audio Tremolo (MIDI pitch)
audio Release (MIDI aftertouch)
audio Pulse Width (MIDI velocity)
audio Volume (MIDI velocity)
Not a DSLR – so use the Gate parameter as a proxy for the digital signals.
If you want more info on the oscillators (or the ADSR) please take a look at the PLJ Modular Oscillator page and PLJ Modular ADSR page.
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System Requirements For PLJ Modular:
OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64bit)
Windows 7/8.1/10 (64bit) Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2400 or AMD equivalent
Intel® Core™ i5-2400 or AMD equivalent RAM: 4GB
4GB Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560 or ATI Radeon™ HD 5850 with 1024MB of VRAM or better
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560 or ATI Radeon™ HD 5850 with 1024MB of VRAM or better Storage: 25GB available space