MATRIXSYNTH: Studio Electronics Quadnic Waveform Sequencing Mode

Thursday, August 04, 2016

Studio Electronics Quadnic Waveform Sequencing Mode

Published on Aug 3, 2016 Robert Shipe

"Studio Electronics Boomstar Quadnic module operating in Waveform Sequencing Mode. The Quadnic cycles through its 64 waveforms and the sequence process can be CV controlled, in this case by the Make Noise/Richter Wogglebug/Source of Uncertainty. As you increase or decrease the process amount the wave sequence will change speed, range and depth. The module runs off of 4 digital oscillators. They are internally modulation-heavy with 8 process modes. There are 4 banks of 16 waveforms ranging from traditional variations of triangles, sawtooths and squares to more digital, harmonically-rich waveforms. Here the Quadnic is running through various chords, pitches and sequence variations. I used the Make Noise Function as a linear AD envelope and the Expert Sleepers Disting Mk. 3 ping-pong delay also clocked to the Wogglebug and Function. Running a simple, single-channel Intellijel VCA for the Quadnic and the Doepfer Wasp lowpass filter."

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