MATRIXSYNTH: Cloud Infestation

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Cloud Infestation


Published on Feb 27, 2016 S. B. Arweiler

"Ambient soundscape. This recording uses a wide Stereo image, so listening on headphones might be a good idea.

Patch notes (not complete):
Mutable Instruments Braids in WTX4 mode goes through the 4ms SMR which is CV controlled by several envelopes (Intellijel Quadra and Make Noise Maths and Function) and a MusicThing Turing-Machine sequence . Both outs of the SMR go into Mutable Instruments Clouds in granular mode.

Evaton Technologies RF Nomad goes through a Make Noise Optomix which is plucked by a gate from Maths for some noisy percussion. Some additional percussion by Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteratis through a Doepfer A-124 Wasp Filter.

A rain sample played on one MusicThing Radio Music goes through the Pittsburgh Modular Filter and via Doepfer A-138d through the Electro-Harmonix POG2 and then through the Make Noise Erbe-Verb.

The second Radio Music provides some sampled chords in the second part of the recording.

Master clock and lots of triggers by Tiptop Circadian Rhythms; even more triggers by ALM Pamela’s Workout in Euclidean Mode. Several envelopes and LFOs by Make Noise Maths and Function, Intellijel Quadra, and Pittsburgh Bender. Also: Lots more utilities and VCAs, sequencing by Make Noise RenĂ©, Brains + Pressure Points, and Turing Machine. Some manual modulation via two Pressure Points and Circadian Rhythms.

Gear used:
- Eurorack modular
- Pedals: Electro-Harmonix Cathedral, Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Boy, Electro-Harmonix POG2

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