I tried to connect five modules at the same time, brought them to the mixer and at the same frequency parameters of the timbre block, which are at the zero mark, consistently added the volume to one level. Putting a MIDI song from the Roland Demo series, the sound on all instruments separately is quite similar - almost one on one.
Gradually, the fader added volume to the mixer and was forced to admit that the individual instruments sound more transparent, and in the group the sound becomes fatter.
Most likely, such a switching option has the right to life, because it seems to me that the phenomenon of resonance should do its job. And I want to experiment with tonal settings, I mean small changes in pitch.In particular, it seems to me that tonal differences in pitch can have an effect in the timbres of the vocal and string block.But all this must be confirmed experimentally. So far, I've connected five modules for the experiments.
- Roland A-880 MIDI Out3 - Roland Sound Expansion M-GS64Roland A-880 MIDI Out4 - Roland Super JV-1080
Roland A-880 MIDI Out5 - Roland XP-60
Roland A-880 MIDI Out6 - Korg Pa-800
Roland A-880 MIDI Out7 - Yamaha PSR-520
The experiments will have to continue! What I like about MIDI is the opportunity to experiment!
Thanks for the advice and conversation!