C 914B Fixed Filter Bank/C 914E Channel Enhancer/C 998B Audio Spectral Modulator

Analysis and Synthesis signals

C 998B Carrier In : String Ensemble Sound (e.g.Solina, Logan or similar)
C 998B Audio : Speech, Vocal, Drum Pattern
C 998B Voiced (optional) : Tuned Sawtooth Waveform (e.g. C 921/C 921B)
C 998B Unvoiced (optional) : Noise (e.g. C 923)

Output from the C 998B

C 914B Audio In 1 : C 998B Mod Audio
C 914B Audio In 1 : C 998B Voiced/Unv.Out

And now the connection which takes the sound to your ears:

External Mixing Desk/Amplifier : C 998B Modulator Out

Further hints :

To close one or more channels at the C 998B you have only to plug a jack into the chosen normalized connector.

Also a mixer (CP1A/CP1B/CP1C) can be used for mixing both the output signals (Voice/Unv. And Mod Audio) of the C 998B patching the mixer’s output into the
C 914B Audio In.

With The C 914E you can manually amplify chosen channels.

Connecting one or more channels using the modulator inputs at the C 998B with several modulation sources (EG, LFO, Sequencer and so on) the amplifying of chosen channels can be controlled by voltage.

Using the Audio Modifiers Bass and Treble to emphasize these frequency ranges you have influence on the voiced/unvoiced detection.

Look at the overload light to tune your audio input signal, a short flickering is the best point of use.

Using several carrier and modulation signals may cause surprising effects, don’t hesitate to use some unconventional sounds and don’t forget, the Audio Spectral Modulator is part of a modular system.

(Recommendations by Axel Jungkunst. Thank you, Axel)