MATRIXSYNTH: Patch Notes #12 - Make Noise 0-Coast Slope Section

Sunday, August 07, 2016

Patch Notes #12 - Make Noise 0-Coast Slope Section

Published on Aug 7, 2016 Voltage Control Lab

"Patch Notes for our examination of the Make Noise 0-Coast tabletop modular synthesizer and the Slope section. Patch notes in the description!

The 0-Coast is playing the bass tones, sequenced by the Korg SQ-1, which is synced to Tempi. The stepped random output is routed to the Contour section decay length, and one channel on the Malekko Varigate 4 is triggering the Slope section which is modulating the Multiply section. (This is not the same patch as demonstrated in the corresponding tutorial, but that's gonna happen sometimes.)

Ornament & Crime is being used in Quadraturia mode, receiving CV from the triangle wave output from the Malekko Anti-Osc modulating LFO frequency and the Sputnik Oscillator triangle wave modulating the coupling amount. Output A is routed to the Mod Bus index input on the DPO, channel B is routed to the Slope time on the 0-Coast while channel C is controlling the Overtone amount. The output from the 0-Coast is routed to the Malekko Mix4.

The lead sequence is coming from the QCV output on the Make Noise René in Snake mode (clocked from Tempi) into the DPO. The final output of the DPO is routed through the MMG then to the Optomix as the VCA/LPG. The René X-Gate output is routed Channel 4 on Maths, which is controlling the Optomix on this voice. From the Optomix output, the voice is routed to the Mix4.

The Wogglebug is also being clocked by Tempi, sending the stepped random output to the MMG filter cutoff and the smooth random output to the Shape input on the DPO.

Braids is in Meta mode, generating it's own short envelopes to create a glitchy, high frequency sequence. The pitch is modulated by channel 4 on the Ornament & Crime, Meta mode is modulated by the Mayhem output from the Malekko Anti-Osc, and the sequence is triggered by a channel on Tempi.

The Kick is from the Malekko Dual Borg, Snare is from the Noise Engineering Basilimus Iteritas, Hihat is coming from the noise generator in the Roland Scooper, all sequenced from the Varigate 4 and routed through the Scooper, then back to the Mix4 with everything else. Tempi is clocking Brains and Pressure Points, 2 channels of which are routed through the Doepfer A-151-2 sequential switch (itself triggered by another row of Pressure Points) and routed to an internal low pass filter on Scooper.

From the Mix4 to the Mutable Warps Parasite alt firmware delays (I really need a reverb module) and out."

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