MATRIXSYNTH: Moog DFAM: External Trigger vs. Internal Sequencer

Monday, February 05, 2018

Moog DFAM: External Trigger vs. Internal Sequencer


Published on Feb 4, 2018 JAkoGreyshire

"Here is the Moog DFAM Drummer from another mother being triggered by Pamela's new workout while the DFAMs' sequencer is running.
The Snare sound is the Distings' H7 noise Algorithm. Pam is throwing an envelope at it and modulating the noise type with an LFO at x24 speed to give it that snare rattle sound. Cool trick I thought...
Omsonic Pixel Dust is doing its thing with the high hat sound being swept by Maths Ch#1...
Malekko Noisering is fed into Make noise LxD and the LxD is being gated by the Pulse out on the Erica synths RND module.
Erica synths RND Pluse out is syncing the Intellijel Dixie II+.
The Dixie is in LFO mode and modulating the Malekko Noisering.
LFO and S&H from Erica RND is further modulating the Noisering.
The Noisering is providing the glitchy sound.
The other Disting is being used as a delay which you can see use of at the end of the video...

Honestly I was looking for a way to use the Noisering differently and I came up with this funky groove... it is a good example of the DFAM being triggered by something else while its sequencer is running through some pitch data... If you watch the lights on the DFAMs' sequencer you can see where one bass drum sound will jump between two sequencer steps and do a note glide.... Bass drum Glide!
Hmmm.... I'll have to experiment with that some more....
Sweetness..."

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