Noise Engineering Cursus Iteritas Percido
Cursus - series, from Latin cursus "series"
Iteritas - repetitiousness - from Latin itero "repeat" with suffix -tas "state of being"
Percido - from Latin “danger”
Cursus Iteritas Percido is the second module in the Percido line of powerful synth voices. Similar to its predecessor the Loquelic Iteritas Percido, CIP takes the original Cursus Iteritas and adds the same musical envelope from LIP with attenuverter-controlled routing to every knob. With the inclusion of the performance-oriented Master Blaster and CV outputs, CIP is a powerhouse of incredibly versatile synthesis.
Cursus Iteritas Percido generates a spectral description based on knob positions. Center, Width, Balance, and Edge determine amplitudes for each harmonic. This description is fed into the inverse transform for the current function set to produce the time-domain wavetable. The wavetable is normalized to reduce amplitude variations across spectral changes. Oversampling of the wavetable depends on pitch: lower octaves have higher oversampling since the sample rate only varies by a factor of two. The Edge control interpolates the oversampling from point sampling
to a cubic-spline interpolation (NURBS). As the period of the full length of the wavetable always evenly divides the sample rate, the additional aliasing is largely harmonic in nature. Fold controls the signal wavefolding. In many places in the signal path, there are soft clipping stages to mimic analog-style clipping to give more warmth and complexity to the sounds generated.
Cursus - series, from Latin cursus "series" Iteritas - repetitiousness - from Latin itero "repeat" with suffix -tas "state of being" Percido - from Latin “danger”Cursus Iteritas Percido is the...
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