Deckard's Dream Definition

Here’s a definition file for Black Corporation’s Deckard’s Dream.
Controls are ordered according to the front panel layout.

NAME:DDRM
OUT:A
CHANNEL:2
40:SPEED/1
41:PWM/1
42:PW/1
43:SQR/1
44:SAW/1
45:NOISE/1
46:HPF/1
47:RESh/1
48:LPF/1
49:RESl/1
50:VCF IL/1
51:VCF AL/1
52:VCF A/1
53:VCF D/1
54:VCF R/1
55:VCF LE/1
56:SIN LE/1
57:VCA A/1
58:VCA D/1
59:VCA S/1
60:VCA R/1
61:LEVEL/1
62:IT BR/1
63:IT LE/1
65:AT BR/1
66:AT LE/1
67:SPEED/2
68:PWM/2
69:PW/2
70:SQR/2
71:SAW/2
72:NOISE/2
73:HPF/2
119:RESh/2
75:LPF/2
76:RESl/2
77:VCF IL/2
78:VCF AL/2
79:VCF A/2
80:VCF D/2
81:VCF R/2
82:VCF LE/2
83:SIN LE/2
84:VCA A/2
85:VCA D/2
86:VCA S/2
87:VCA R/2
88:LEVEL/2
89:IT BR/2
90:IT LE/2
91:AT BR/2
92:AT LE/2
93:COARSE
94:FINE
95:DETUNE
102:FEET 1
103:FEET 2
104:FUNCTION
105:SPEED
106:VCO
107:VCF
108:VCA
8:MIX
109:BRILL
110:RESSO
111:INITIAL
112:SPEED
113:VCO
114:VCF
115:BR LOW
116:BR HIGH
117:LEV LOW
118:LEV HIGH
39:GLD MODE
5:GLD TIME
9:SUS MODE
11:SUS TIME

jealous… :slight_smile:

It is a great synth indeed. I went for the DIY option and I had to learn how to solder first, so it was quite an adventure (and 2 years later I have not quite finished it yet, still 3 voice cards remaining!). But anyway, if the CS80 sound is what you’re looking for and you don’t want/can’t spend the money that the DDRM costs, I’d just keep using a VST until Behringer releases their CS80 clone which will hopefully be in the next 1-1.5 years and it’s going to sound awesome I’m sure :slight_smile: