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Turbosynth creates sounds using a modular approach to synthesis. This technique has been used since the earliest days of electronic music, when analog synthesizers were programmed using patch cords. On the positive side, modular synthesis provided complete flexibility - modules could be patched in any configuration, allowing the user to literally "design" any imaginable synthesizer architecture. On the negative side, however, patch cords were clumsy to use and patches couldn't be stored in computer memory.
Turbosynth combines the flexibility of modular synthesis with the power and convenience of modern digital synthesis, sampling, sound processing and storage technology. This combination allows you to draw on the strengths of each sound producing method to produce the widest possible range of sounds. However, to best understand how Turbosynth works, we must first understand the basic principles of sound and synthesis.
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System 7.0 - 7.6 / compressed w/ Stuffit
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II