The static chord is a way of achieving a degree of pseudo-polypohony for those with no polyphonic control source is to use multiple oscillators tuned to different root notes to provide a static chord – for example, three oscillators tuned to the root, minor third and perfect fifth will produce a minor chord, but these pitch intervals will remain fixed regardless of cv input, the chord only being transposed as the pitch cv is altered.

Patch for static chord. *Green is a gate signal. *Orange is a contoured cv such as an envelope, slewed or random cv. *Cyan is the amplitude/VCA block. *Magenta is the filter block. *Red is the pitch signal and pitch block. *Purple is the waveshaping block. *Blue is audio.


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