MATRIXSYNTH: A Circadian Rhythms composition features Valhalla Z-DSP Shimmer

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

A Circadian Rhythms composition features Valhalla Z-DSP Shimmer

A Circadian Rhythms composition features Valhalla Z-DSP Shimmer from Tiptop Audio on Vimeo.

"Description of patch:

Left case has two Circadian Rhythms in Syncbus mode, driving everything in that system, including all the drums and the hi voice. The hi voice is a one Z3000 goes into a Z2040 and then into the Feedback inputs on the Z-DSP. the Drums are mixed in the MIXZ and the output is going to the Z-DSP In 1 and 2, and also to the external mixer mono in. So basically the Z-DSP gets both the Hi pitch voice and the drums at its inputs. The Z-DSP uses a prototype of the new Shimmer card from Sean Costello at Valhalla DSP. This makes everything lush and full and is a beautiful new set of algorithms. On the right case two Z3000 are mixed and FM one each other, they go into the Z2040 which is controlled by a Z4000 Envelope, the audio from the Z2040 goes into the Z-DSP running the Dragonfly Delay program 2 for a nice big stereo image. The Z8000 in the left case provide pitch for all voices, the Circadian Rhythms in the right case provide sequencing for the voice in the right case.

The Bass drum is made by mixing both the BD808 and BD909 together in an external mixer.

Everything is recorded stereo in to a DAW using the amazing Apogee Symphony, no editing or any effects in the DAW."

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