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Just Whatever

By thousand on February 28, 2016 11:32 pm

This week is an exploration in triggering and modulation. There's a lot of feedback loops and cross modulation here, where some trigger or modulation is then going to something, which then alters that trigger or modulation again. The core source of confusion is the 4ms SMR with an input of a spoken word source from Music Thing Modular's Radio Music. The SMR is providing gates out out to the rest of the system, plucking vactrols and triggering envelopes. Make Noise's Wogglebug is providing more random stuff, modulating the start position of the Radio Music sample, some parameters on the telharmonic, and providing an input to some logic stuff.

A few patch higlights:

Plucked vactrol basses are going into a heavily modulated Make Noise Echophon. The delay time, feedback, pitch bend and freeze are all getting CV from other parts of the system.

An envelope from Maths gets triggered by the SMR, but is getting time modulated by steps on pressure points and then seriously mangled by the Intellijel. That envelope is going to a VCA with Telharmonic's H out. Telharmonic's N out is feeding back into the degree control, and the D-Gate input is triggered from somewhere in the system. Tehlarmonic is also getting FM'd from Wogglebug's "Smash" audio out, among a wide variety of other modulation.

The SMR's audio out is going to the Doepfer A-124 Wasp Filter set to full crunch, CV in from Make Noise Rene and the bandpass is going to a VCA. That's getting opened by a "reverse" envelope also triggered from Rene, which is getting clocked from the clock out of echophon.

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February 29, 2016 3:30 am

wow, fun noise though! i thoroughly enjoyed it.

March 4, 2016 5:27 pm

It's… ALIVE!

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