PSB – Violence

Here’s a basic output of a PSB “VIOLENCE” disk. It’s from a Page R sequence playing back all 8 channels with the audio output recorded into the computer and mixed together.

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The Fairlight Instrument file on this disk, VIOLENCE.IN, loads the following voice files from the disk to be used with the Page R sequence, VIOLENCE.RS.

  • Track 1 – SEXKICK2.VC
  • Track 2 – SEXSNAR2.VC
  • Track 3 – THAT.VC
  • Track 4 – AMSCLAP1.VC
  • Track 5 – VBASS.VC
  • Track 6 – empty
  • Track 7 – empty
  • Track 8 – HARDTOM.VC
Here’s a YouTube video of my Fairlight playing this QUICKLY.RS file.

Here are some screen shots of the various system pages for this disk:

Coming Soon… Page 2: Disk Control – lists the contents of the floppy disk.
Page 3: Register Control – The  .IN instrument file has been loaded and this page shows voice allocation, sound mapping to keyboard zones, and tuning adjustments.
 
Page 7: Voice 1 – Control Parameters – shows routing and voice adjustments for parameters such as vibrato, looping, decay, sample start, loop, end.
Page D: Voice 1 –
Page 7: Voice 2 –
Page D: Voice 2 –
Page 7: Voice 3 –
Page D: Voice 3 –
Page 7: Voice 4 –
Page D: Voice 4 –
Page 7: Voice 5 –
Page D: Voice 5 –
Page 7: Voice 6 –
Page D: Voice 6 –
Page 7: Voice 7 –
Page D: Voice 7 –
Page 7: Voice 8 –
Page D: Voice 8 –
Page R: Real-Time
Here’s the Page R Song Editor screen.
Another view in the Page R Song Editor screen.
Page R Pattern Index.This can be seen by typing “X” into the command line. It displays the pattern numbers used in a sequence.
Here’s the Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 1. The table shows in three columns the note pitch (Key), key vlelocity (Vel), and duration time (Dur). You can see the first note in the table that is highlighted is also highlighted in the track display.
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 2.
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 3.
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 4.
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 5.
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 6.
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 7.
Note Editing Table for Pattern 32, Voice 8.
Here are some screenshots of various patterns as the sequence plays.Bar 0 (also 1), Pattern 1.