MATRIXSYNTH: Audulus + Gristleizer + Minimoog VCF + AD4096 + Ampex ATR-102

Monday, April 18, 2016

Audulus + Gristleizer + Minimoog VCF + AD4096 + Ampex ATR-102


Published on Apr 18, 2016 Bimini Road

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"In this video, I set up a simple 2 oscillator output from Audulus (no filters, no effects) - the majority of what you see on the iPad is the sequencer, clock, and the LFOs that are modulating various parameters.

The oscillators from Audulus are sent into the Endangered Audio Research Gristleizer, and then on into the Minimoog VCF through the external input (the oscillators and noise generators are turned off).

The output of the Minimoog is sent into the Endangered Audio Research AD4096 analog delay pedal.

Finally, the delay is routed into the Apollo 8 where, after passing through a Neve 1073 preamp and a Studer A800 tape machine, it is processed with the Slate VCC Neve Console, the Manley Vari-Mu Compressor and Massive Passive Mastering EQ, and finally the Ampex ATR-102 running at 3.75IPS and with a smattering of wow and flutter, and a bunch of stereo delay."

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