MATRIXSYNTH: Symbiote

Friday, July 21, 2017

Symbiote


Published on Jul 21, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

"A quick little jam, playing around with integrating my Sub Phatty with the modular. I absolutely love the round, punchy sounds of the Phatty, but it obviously lacks the sequencer of its bigger brother. No problem at all when you have a little eurorack at hand!

Here are some abbreviated patch notes (not going too deep into this one, there's nothing particularly out-of-the-ordinary going on here. If you have any questions about the patch, leave them in the comments!):

In the rack:
Braids and Rings are both sequenced by the Sum output from Maths' cycling functions. You may have seen me play around with that concept in the 3 Modules series. Here, without any module restrictions, I've expanded on it a little: The Sum output is sent through Noise Tools' S&H, and then into the ┬ÁScale. One output from ┬ÁScale is sent to Braids, and the other (which is transposed via the Shift input) is sent to Rings.

Branches is used to make some gaps in between the sequence triggers, creating some space in the arrangement.

The outputs from the sound sources are mixed together, and then processed with Clouds at the end of the chain. Clouds' is in the default mode.

Sub Phatty:
The SP is being sequenced by the Brain Seed, which is clocked by the Noise Tools. The same clock signal is used to drive everything in the rack as well, so everything is nicely synced up.

Thank you for watching!"

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