MATRIXSYNTH: Devil Fish & TR-606 Dynamic Bank Switching 69er

Monday, December 28, 2015

Devil Fish & TR-606 Dynamic Bank Switching 69er


Published on Dec 28, 2015 TB-303 Devil Fish

"Devil Fish and Roland TR-606 sending and receiving CV with each other in a 69er type fashion, via slew and attenuator Eurorack modules to switch between 4 Banks each. This creates rhythmic and melodic changes automatically leaving my hands free to tweak and work with other things. I also use the red Bank and red Accent buttons on the Devil Fish and 606 which sometimes changes both machines Bank state at the same time depending on what triggers are being sent from the patterns (great for freaked out fills).
The 606 sends a CV trigger from the High Tom to a slew unit, an attenuator then to the Devil Fishes DBS CVin 1, it also sends audio from the Headphone Out to a 12 stage frequency divider, an attenuator then to the Devil Fishes DBS CVin 2 this has the most effect when the Cymbals volume are turned up.
The Devil Fish is sending CV Out to an attenuator then to the 606's DBS CVin 1, it also sends Accent Out directly to the 606's CVin 2.
The Eurorack modules are clocked by the 606's audio via the 12 stage frequency divider and from the Devil Fishes Gate Out, the two sound source modules are the Make Noise Phonogene(ACID sample) and Epoch Modular Benjolin both being controlled and triggered by the Make Noise Rene and Intellijel Metropolis, the Metropolis is also modulating the Cutoff frequency of the Intellijel uVCF which the Benjolin and Phonogene are being filtered by, and the Metropolis is also modulating the Cutoff Frequency of the Devil Fish.
Various effect pedals are used and all audio is routed through the Roland TR-8 with Scatter effects used (the TR-8 allows the audio to be recorded into Abelton Live via USB). All played live with no computer or MIDI sequencing."

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