Scope Modular Synth - some infos & tutorial patches

(in addition to the provided Modular2/III manuals)

contents:

notes (1)

the Modular window, adding modules, (im)possible connections, modules’ location on harddrive, workaround for “disapprearing” module folders

 

 

notes (2)

Modular1, module listings (links), Adern, Modular & Pulsar/Scope versions, ModIII, “preset bug”.

 

 

ModularIV

ModularIV infos

 

 

if you do the tutorials, you’ll see that the ModularSynth basics are quite easy to catch on. In the tutorials, I use only standard Mod2 modules (located in your Scope/Modular2Modules folder), and from time to time some CWM modules.
all of these are free of charge, you don’t have to buy additional stuff.
before you start with the tutorials, please download the tutorial patches (incl. presets) and the CWM modules I used in the tutorial patches. just copy the files to the harddisk where Scope is installed. the patches then are stored in
 Scope/Devices/Modular2/Tutorials/CwmTutorials.

 

 

tutorial01

basic monophonic patch.

tutorial02

basic polyphonic patch.

tutorial03

patch introducing the various Drum Oscillator modules.

tutorial04

basic sequencer patch with async sequencer modules.

tutorial05

basic connections of the PS32 module for remote sequencer pattern selection

tutorial06

basic sequencer patch with sync sequencer modules.

tutorial07

basic Cwm MorphPSw patch.

tutorial08

example of using the Modular as a Fx device.

tutorial09

Subtractive synthesis basics

tutorial10

Additive Synthesis basics

tutorial11

Frequency Modulation synthesis basics

tutorial12

Amplitude + Ring Modulation synthesis basics

tutorial13

Phase Modulation basics

tutorial14

Karplus-Strong string synthesis example

tutorial15

Vector synthesis example