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I haven’t yet tried the audio input on my ElectraStim Axis but the possibilities look interesting and I think I could create some using an audio package on my old Windows laptop. Can I upload them here if I get anywhere?



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You may yes, as long as you designed the files and have the copyright to them.
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Thanks Joanne. I’ve already found my old modular synthesizer software is no good as the pulse widths won’t go narrow enough so am now looking at Csound.

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Hello, does anyone know of a good shared site for mono audio files? I’ve found a few but so many files are corrupt or just don’t work. I am using an ET 232, and would like to find some, I know stereo is better, but it’s all I have for now . Thanks !!

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FYI I gave up on creating files but Csound seems a reasonable programming language to use and is free to download.

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I'm kind of baffled this thread is so tiny.
I'm not going to any history of mine, but yes, this is one of the best things if you understand what kind of equipment you should have. ANY DIY is ALWAYS frequency related.
Meaning, play with a inverted transformers gives you a completely different playground compared to the ramp-up op amps.

Having said this, this is the next thing to be considered; For the stimming, ALWAYS arrange a setup where by there is no common ground. What I mean by saying this is that there is only negative and positive signals. Any signal difference will be shared among the whole rig. The ground is not there, and this gives you the possibility to ride 4 signal waves.

Ofc, any of you more experienced guys, shoot me down! :)

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Good advice, I really need to get off my bum and make a stereostim rig for me to experiment with. I have so many commercial pulse-based control boxes but have never experienced stereostim.
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