Sunday, August 21, 2016
Patch Notes #15 - 0-Coast Noise Explorations
Published on Aug 21, 2016 Voltage Control Lab
"Patch Notes #15 examines using the stepped random voltage source on the Make Noise 0-Coast as a noise generator, along with other Eurorack based accompaniment.
The Korg SQ1 sync output is routed to the Tempi input to clock everything else. The channel A CV and Gate are routed to the 0-Coast pitch and gate inputs, channel b CV is routed to control the decay input on the Contour section.
The cycling Slope section output is routed to the Tempo input, and the stepped random output is routed to the Voltage Math section input. The Contour output is routed to the Voltage Math input 2, attached to the attenuverter. One of the VM outputs is routed to the Balance section audio input, the other is routed to the Multiply CV input. Channel A from the Ornament & Crime in Quadraturia mode is routed into the Overtone input. The output is from the 0-Coast is routed to the Malekko Mix4, then on to the Mutable Warps (running Parasite firmware in pingpong delay mode).
Tempi is clocking and resetting the Malekko Varigate 4, which has an 8 step, heavily randomized pattern triggering the Noise Engineering Basilimus Iteritas. Tempi is also clocking the Make Noise Brains with Pressure Points (one channel of which is modulating the pitch on the BI) and the Wogglebug (the stepped, smooth and bouncing outputs are routed to the decay time, morph and fold functions on the BI). The Malekko Anti-Oscillator is in LFO mode, routing the mayhem output to the harm input on the BI, while the cycling Malekko Envelator is modulating the spread. The BI is then routed out to the Mix4.
Finally, Tempi is also clocking René, which is playing a slow 3 step pattern on the DPO. The Final output is routed to the MMG, then the Optomix and back to the Mix4. René X-Gate output is routed to the Intellijel Dual ADSR, one channel opening the Optomix, the other modulating the MMG filter cutoff.