I based this question on the Roland TB-303. Note I'm looking for discrete answers... not continuous. I will post the answers later. It is just neat to see all of the different sound combinations in even such a limited control instrument as the 303. Post your answer!!
Playing a single note on a synthesizer, the user can change the sound by adjusting the waveform (square,saw), the cutoff frequency (0-10), the resonance (0-10), the envelope modulation (0-10), and the decay (0-10).
How many different sounds can the user create? (note only use integers).
Bonus: If an option is added to play the note with or without an accent and accent control can be varied from 0-10, How many different sounds can the user create? (again only use integers).