MATRIXSYNTH: Using the 0-coast's slope as sub-oscillator + PO-Tonic jam

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Using the 0-coast's slope as sub-oscillator + PO-Tonic jam


Published on Jan 18, 2018 Marc Nostromo

"This is a remix on the classic hard-sync patchtips on the 0-coast. The twist here is that rather than triggering the slope directly from the VCO's square output, it is routed through the tempo / clock with a 2 subdivision, turning effectively the slope oscillator into a sub-osc. The general balance is tuned by the balance. The timbre of the sub can be altered using the time factor and the math atenuverter. In the second part of the video additionally clocks a teenageengineering po32 from the midi input gate, adding semi-random accompaniment everytime a note is triggered"

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