The video is here: How an Analog Synth Distorts Waveforms on Oscilloscope
I think it might help some understand what we're doing when we twist those synth knobs ;D
RobAnalog synthesizer connected to an oscilloscope so you can see how the synth's controls distort the triangle, sawtooth and rectangular waveforms' shape, tone and timbre. As I move a control its name is shown in the screen's top right.
I demo the VCF in Low Pass, High Pass and Band Pass with resonance, Brute Factor and Envelope Amount. I show how the LFO effects pitch, how the ADSR Envelope effects volume, how the Glide control and Pitch Wheel effect pitch. I also show the rectangular waveform and how Pulse Width changes it's shape and tone. The same is done with the sawtooth waveform.
The synth is an Arturia MicroBrute and the oscilloscope is a DS203. Sound is run through an Alesis MultiMix16 Firewire mixer with a direct stereo connection to a Canon HF100 full HD camcorder.