MATRIXSYNTH: Synthesis Technology - E352 2 Op FM Acid Electro Jam

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Synthesis Technology - E352 2 Op FM Acid Electro Jam


Published on Sep 19, 2017 DivKidVideo

"Here's a jam with the E352 from Synthesis Technology (or Synth Tech). By now I'm sure you know the module is awesome and if not check out the links other E352 videos below.

Here I'm using the E352 in 2 Op FM mode with the FM modulation shown on the Mordax DATA oscilloscope next to the module. I've mixed a looping envelope and faster more percussive envelope before modulating the FM index (depth of modulation). There's also an accent out of my sequencer going to FM Ratio (tuning difference) to accent certain notes with different tones of FM. There's also a a slow looping envelope into the wavetable modulation. These all come from the Qu-Bit Contour. The sequence is from the killer Stepper Acid from Transistor Sound Labs which you can see top right in the video (just). I'm playing the sequencer in terms of starting and stopping and also manually stepping through steps while stopped. The E352 goes through the ZVEX Fuzz Factory and you can see me move the dry/wet blend manually throughout (it's never that wet, just added a bit of hair and grit in places). That then goes onto the Make Noise Erbe Verb before going into the WMD Performance Mixer. The Performance Mixer has an inverted envelope (the WMD MME) going into it's level modulation to create the side-chained affect against the kick drum. The Kick is the KICK mode on Braids from Mutable Instruments, the Hi Hats are from Mutable Instruments Peaks and the clicky percussion is also from Peaks but put through the WMD Geiger Counter. The rhythms are generated from the Stepper Acid clock going into a Chaos Divider from Tsyklon Labs."

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