Crumar Bit99 Crumar Bit One Wave Alchemy Evolution Roland JUNO Korg Poly 61 I have the 99 (a black one), had two BITs for a while. The Crumar Bit 99 has an average rating of out of 5.(The Crumar Bit 99 has a total of 10 reviews). Sonic State:SynthSite:Crumar Bit 99 ted by Henri Pigmans. Also on this page: links to other resources for the Crumar Bit
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The emulation includes the ‘Compare’ and ‘Park’ features although they are a little annoying without a control surface. The emulation recognises the following parameters: All the Bit emulations recognise extened parameters. As bristol is stereo then each layer is allocated to the left or right channel.
Also, the controllers look like boolean however that is only the case if the data entry buttons are used, if you change the value with the data entry bti then they act more like continuous drawbars, a nice effect however the display will not show the actual value as the display remains boolean, you have to use your but. If you do prefer the changes then to keep them you crjmar “Park” them into the running program before saving the memory.
Last display should show EE Extended Entry 5.
Crumar Bit 99
VCF with envelope VCA with envelope Two LFO able to modulate all other components, controlled by the wheel and key velocity, single waveform but one had ramp and the other sawtooth options. Bristol carries no logo. The front panel gain 99 are also not saved in the memory and default to 0.
The memories for the bit-1 and bit should be interchangable however the code maintains separate directories. The oscillators can work slightly differently as well. This exits the extended mode.
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For MIDI program change then since this quirky interface cannot be emulated then the memories above 75 will be dual loaded, the rest will be single loaded. Bristol is free software. This synth was used by State but the synth sounds a lot like Orbital ‘s “In-sides” album.
The bit-1 did not have the Stereo control – the controller presented is the Unison button. The same continuous control is also available on the waveform selectors.
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The second is the bit that included midi and split parameter in the GUI and has the white design that was an option from Crumar. The engine uses the exact same algorithm for all emulations but the GUI presents different sets of parameters on the front panel. This sequence will allow the lower layer to configure certain global options that the upper layer will not overwrite, for example the layer volumes will be select from the lower layer when the upper layer is dual loaded.
This is the same as the original, there were diverse parameters that were not in memories that needed to be entered manually every time you wanted the feature.
It Works perfectly, except that depending It was developed by Crumar but released under the name ‘Bit’ as the Crumar name was associated with cheesy roadrunner electric pianos at the time also emulated by Bristol.
You can mix the waveform as per the original however the apparant boolean selectors are again continuous from 0. Similarly the emulations do not have a Unison button, the capability is available from DE Cru,ar rackmount version was also released, called the Bit This emulation also covers the Bit The Bristol Bitm2 has about all of the parameters selectable from the front panel however all of the emulations use the same memories so it is not required to configure them at startup ie, they are saved.
In dual or split they came out separate feeds if Stereo was selected.
Having only one filter meant that with key tracking enabled the filter would open up as different keys were pressed, wildly changing the sound of active notes. Possibilities are almost unlimited and if the 99 patches are not enough you can save the data to tape and load it when you want! The following were added which were not really part of the Bit specifications so are only visible on the front panel of the bit This came out at the same time as git DX-7 but for half the price and having the split and layer facilities won it several awards that would otherwise have gone to the incredibly innovative DX.
For the other emulations they are accessible from the address entry buttons.