MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Bastl Introduces New Product at Moogfest ­- The bitRanger Handheld Patchable Analog Logic Computer



Published on May 18, 2016 Bastl Instruments

"Bastl Instruments introduces a new product at the Moogfest: the bitRanger designed by Peter Edwards a.k.a. Casper Electronics who moved recently to Brno, Czech Republic to join forces with the Bastl crew. The bitRanger brings together the legacy of the previous products debuted at Moogfest ­ the Werkstatt and the Pocket Operator and bridges both realms of these instruments together.

The bitRanger is a patchable analog logic computer which sculpts sonic worlds ranging from data noise to melodic arpeggios. While being a handheld standalone synth it is also right at home in the music studio. Extensive connectivity makes it so flexible that it can connect to almost anything: CV control its unique sound, sync it with drum machines and sequencers or use it as an algorithmic CV / GATE pattern generator.

The patchbay of the bitRanger (in the same style as the Werkstatt) is a place for exploration where you can simply connect outputs to inputs to see what happens. This can be done methodically or with complete experimental abandon. Go nuts! Battery Power and a built in speaker make the bitRanger totally portable. Tweak it's 4 knobs, 8 switches and more than 100 patch points in the woods, on the beach, on a train and in the studio.

There are only 3 places in the world where you can try out the bitRanger: the Moogfest in Durham NC, freshly opened store of Bastl & Casper ­ Detective Squad in Brooklyn NY and original Bastl store Noise Kitchen in Brno Czech Republic. The first limited edition will be available for sale at Moogfest for special price 259 USD.

BitRanger is available at noise.kitchen website for 222 EUR excluding TAX and will be shipping in June."


via Bastl Instruments

"The bitRanger is a patchable analog logic computer which sculpts sonic worlds ranging from data noise to melodic arpeggios. While being a handheld standalone synth its extensive connectivity makes so flexible that it can connect to almost anything: CV control its unique sound, sync it with drum machines and sequencers or use it as an algorithmic CV / GATE pattern generator.

The patchbay of the bitRanger is a place for exploration where you can simply connect outputs to inputs to see what happens. This can be done methodically or with complete experimental abandon. Go nuts! Battery Power and a built in speaker make the bitRanger totally portable. Tweak it’s 4 knobs, 8 switches and more than 100 patch points in the woods, on the beach, on a train and in the studio.

FEATURES

LFO clock oscillator for rhytmical modulation
VCO oscillator is synced to the HFO oscillator
4 modes of operation selectable by 2 switches
built in speaker with volume control
9V DC center positive power supply input
9V battery compartment from the bottom
less than 20mA power draw on headphones, less than 60mA with speaker (minimum 20 hours on battery)
On /Off switch
expansion connector
package includes 3 photo resistors – make your oscillators respond to light by plugging these into the Bend socket

PATCHBAY

118 jumper cable patch points
each oscillator has 3 differently slewed CV inputs, sync inputs, rate knob and bend points
Divider Bits section – use clocks at different speed to create patterns
Adventure Bits section adds irregular rhytmical elements
MUX 1 and MUX 2 input sections to modulate data loops and waveforms
stereophonic output from MUX 1 and MUX2 sections
BYTE CV section is R2R DAC converter which takes bits and converts them to CV
DATA modulation section witch a switch adds more flavour
Utility Belt section adds advanced features
Left and Right audio override section

EXTERNAL CONNECTIVITY

3.5mm stereophonic headphone output
Clock Input to sync the LFO oscillator
Clock Output with selectable LFO division (2 or 64)
CV Output from the BYTE DAC section
CV Input for the VCO
CV In and CV Out connectors can be routed to dedicated patch points on the patchbay"

Playing the Volca FM with Midi Keys


Published on May 18, 2016 HardtekStudios

"Finally getting around to making this requested video. The Novation Mininova is only being used to play the Volca FM, so no audio is coming from the Mininova. Only the Volca FM plays any sound. Also enjoy a playlist of Hardtek videos all featuring the Korg Volca FM-https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list..."



KORG Volcas on eBay | KORG Volcas on Amazon

Moog Voyager XL On the Wall at Moogfest


via @MacRutan

"A Moog Voyager XL is on the wall across from the Durham Hotel @Moogfest @moogmusicinc #moogfest"

Not what you expected? :) A Moog Voyager XL projected on the side of a brick building. Lines up perfectly with the windows no less. How cool is that.

See the Moogfest label for the latest synth related posts and announcements coming in from the event.

Moog Minimoog Model D Synthesizer SN 8180


via this auction

Here it is before it was restored.

"This synth is in excellent condition, and was restored & serviced by Moog guru Gerry Dahl at Moog Repair! Straight from the era of Minimoogs that we all hear & love on our favorite records…. this is the one to own! Looks amazing in it’s original spec chassis built by Wes at Analogics. Comes complete with built-in power cord, copy of manual, 2 new replacement name badges, and two sets of Cinch Jones connectors with additional parts to make your own S-Trig cables ;) Here is a great way to get a "Rolls Royce" synthesizer into your arsenal that is a bonified classic"

CRUMAR BIT ONE Analog Hybrid Synthesizer


via this auction

ARP ODYSSEY 2016 Killer BASS, Leads & FX! Analog Synthesizer Rik Marston KORG


Published on May 18, 2016 SynthgodXXX

"ARP ODYSSEY 2016 Killer BASS, Leads & FX!
Demo by Rik Marston **WATCH IN HD**
100% No Talking!! Just pure ARP POWER!

This is an AUDIO DEMO of the 3 filer types.
You can hear me change them as I go.
I start in Filter 1, Filter 2: 2:30 Filter 3: 3:40
I make BASS, Leads & then I just tweak out!
This synth is just one hell of a power house!
I think it can just about cover it all.
GREAT for EDM, POP, Rock, Rap, Film, Etc.
Such a fantastic synth for the price."

AniModule MIDI_Gate Ready to Ship

via Animodule

"The AniModule MIDI_Gate is an easy way to integrate your MIDI-synced workflow with your Modular Synth.

*10 Gate Outs that correspond to MIDI notes C1 - A1 (36 - 46).
MIDI NoteOn >> Gate is High
MIDI NoteOff >> Gate is Low
Programmed to receive on MIDI Channel 10
All this in 4HP!!!
Use it to send Multiple Clocks synced to your main Clock!
Use it to trigger events to effect samples piped in via a Line_Amp or TrAniModule in realtime in the analog domain for Live Performance or Resample!
Use it to interface in realtime with your Keyboard, Pad Based Controller, or DAW!"



Width = 4HP
Depth = 33mm

MOTHER’S LITTLE HELPER - Moog Mother-32 Expansion Module From Erogenous Tones


This one in via Guy of I/O. Details via Erogenous Tones:

"Mother’s Little Helper is a companion module intended to be used with the Moog Mother32 semi-modular synthesizer. The MIDI out port allows CV/Gate control of Bank and Patch, changing the assign output, and allows turning on/off the MIDI controlled sustain ability of the Mother32. In addition, a Sample & Hold circuit has been added that is designed to be gate driven.

Overall Features:

Assign CV/Gate input with attenuator, can select 16 different assign output settings for the Mother32.
Bank/Pattern dual CV and Gate input with attenuators. Can select from 8 banks and 8 patterns stored in the Mother32.
Gate toggle input for Sustain setting.
OR’d buttons for all Gate inputs for manual triggering.
2 Segment LED to show Assign or Bank/Pattern settings.
Decimal indicates value last sent to Mother32 over MIDI.
Aluminum knobs with knurled edge for easy manipulation
10 HP
Skiff Friendly (Very shallow)
Power: +12v/-12v
Current: [coming soon]
MLH is currently in manufacturing and should be available by the end of May."

Details on the Erogenous Tones GateStorm Eurorack Module


You might remember the prototype GateStorm module from Erogenous Tones & SSF at Knobcon last year. Details are now in via Erogenous Tones:

"GateStorm, a collaborative module from Erogenous Tones and Steady State Fate, is designed to be an advanced Gate Generator with a highly flexible CV system with as much depth as you are willing to go. GateStorm was designed to be fun, intuitive, and more importantly, powerful. Don’t be overwhelmed by how much information is shown to you on it’s integrated display, once you start using it, you will see just how important and useful seeing that much information becomes.

While we are putting together videos to demonstrate all the functionality, design, and use of GateStorm, here are some highlights of most of the features that we are putting into production.

Overall Features:

8 Gate Generators (4 Complex Lanes & 4 Simple Lanes)
7 Gate Inputs
1 Clock Input for Syncing GateStorm to an external clock
Includes TAP TEMPO button as well
4 Local Gate Inputs
2 Global Gate Inputs (1 with integrated button to use when not patched)
6 CV Inputs with Attenuator (Normalized to DC voltage)
8 Gate Outputs (0-10V) with Integrated White LEDs

New Erogenous Tones LEVIT8 Eurorack Utility Module


via Erogenous Tones

"Levit8 is a high density utility module designed to give you a large number of attenuator/gain functions along with optional mix, invert, DC offset and polarity indication for incoming signals.

While we are putting together videos to demonstrate all the functionality, design, and use of Levit8, here are the features of the module.

Overall Features:

8 channels of attenuate or gain up to ~2x
Each channel normalized to provide up to 10v DC when no signal attached.
4 of the input channels can be inverted
Bi-color (red/blue) LED is after the inverter so you always know signal polarity
Output mix configuration can be used with 3 different topologies
Channel 4 mix engaged will mix channels 1-4 out channel 4 output
Channel 8 mix engaged with Channel 4 mix also engaged, 1-4 out channel 4 and 5-8 out channel 8
Only channel 8 mix engaged, 1-8 out channel 8
channels 1,2,3,5,6,7 still provide straight through signal regardless of mix setting
Aluminum knobs with knurled edge for easy manipulation
10 HP
Skiff Friendly (Very shallow)
Power: +12v/-12v
Current: [coming soon]"

Synth JAM with AN1x, Minimoog, Dominion 1 and Odyssey + PPG/Waldorf backings by REWO


Published on May 18, 2016 REWO_Channel

"LIVE synth jam of the Prosa 4 track from the album PRO SEQUENTIA, the debut album from 2005 by René van der Wouden. The studio version is available on streaming services like Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer, Tidal, Spotify and Amazon."

Roland Juno 106


via this auction

Custom Blue Jen SX1000


via this auction

"Restored by previous owner who gave it a paint job, new pots etc. There is an issue with the Octave control whereby pressure needs to be applied for the unit to produce sound (I got round this by taping the knob down). Everything else works adequately and the unit produces some nice sounds. It just needs a bit of TLC and someone who knows vintage synths better than me to get the Octave issue sorted. Low starting price due to the above"

ARP Odyssey REV3 and Novation Bass Station 2 in a Synth Jam - Electronic Music Improvisation by REWO


Published on May 18, 2016 REWO_Channel

"A 27 minute 27 seconds improvisation with just an ARP Odyssey REV 3 (2015 Korg version) and a Novation Bass Station 2.

All in one go. No post processing editing."

New Error Instruments Secret Handshake NOISE Eurorack Module


Published on May 18, 2016 paul tas

maximum FM NOISE. minimal beeps
static hidden sounds Secret .chiptune
crazy .more Swoopes .glitch
Alva Noto's sound 4 x hand shakes
can be mix cross modulation
lot of sounds
2x CV in
limited edition

New Moog Eurorack Modules - Geodesic Samplers & Geospatial Reverbs


Another one spotted by Soviet Space Child, via @hami.

These are part of the Global Synthesizer Project at Moogfest posted earlier here.

Moog's New BFAM - Brother From Another Mother - Synthesizer with Step Sequencer


via @hami

Another surprise from Moogfest. The knobs reveal it all. Single oscillator, noise, mix knob for the two, filter, Envelop, sequencer glide, gate length, clock rate, run/stop button, step knobs and step gate on/off switches.

Note the "Moogfest 2016 Engineering Workshop" on it. This is the one off synth for the event originally mentioned here.

New Minimoog Model D in the Works? Spotted at Moogfest!

Minimoog Model D Pilot Production

Published on May 19, 2016 Moog Music Inc

Update5: We now have confirmation with an official video from Moog Music.

"After more than 30 years, the Minimoog Model D returns with a pilot-production run at Moogfest 2016 in Durham, NC. Handcrafted in the Moog Pop-Up Factory, the pilot-production units built during the festival will only be available for purchase on-site in the Moog Store by Guitar Center."

Update6: and a video from Moogfest:

Moog Reintroduces The Minimoog Model D - Moogfest Video

Published on May 19, 2016 Synthtopia

"At Mioogfest 2016, Moog Music has reintroduced the classic Minimoog Model D.

We talked with Moog's Nick Montoya about the new Minimoog Model D, what's changed and what they've kept the same.

They've gone to great lengths to recreate the iconic Minimoog sound - but also added a new LFO, a better keyboard and support for additional control voltage options."

Inside The New Minimoog Model D

Published on May 22, 2016 Synthtopia

"At Moogfest 2016, Moog reintroduced the classic Minimoog Model D.

We talked with Moog's Nick Montoya, gave us a tour of the inside of the new Minimoog Model D, and explained some of the lengths they went to to nail the original Minimoog sound, and also what they changed to make the new Minimoog more reliable."

How To Build A New Minimoog Model D Synthesizer

Published on May 26, 2016 Synthtopia

"At Moogfest 2016, Moog reintroduced the classic Minimoog Model D synthesizer.

They also had a 'pop-up factory' onsite at the event. Basically, they moved their production line to Durham for the week and were assembling the new Minimoog's at the festival.

We talked with Moog's TJ Mills, who gave us a tour of their assembly process.

They start from a collection of individual parts and pre-assembled components from suppliers. The circuit boards, for example, are supplied pre-populated, using a variety of new and 'new old stock' parts. And the metal components are supplied reshaped and drilled to Moog's specifications.

In the video, TJ discusses what gets done at each stage of their assembly process, and how they calibrate and test the synthesizer once it is assembled."


Original post:


This one in via Soviet Space Child, via @Peff

I heard a rumor that it might have been shown at the Musikmesse, but there were no images at the time. This looks a bit more legit, unless of course that's just a vintage Model D being refurbished for Moogfest. :)

Update: via the Herald Sun: "A Moog Pop-Up Factory, featuring the interactive Global Synthesizer Project and assembly of Minimoog Model D synthesizers, opens in the Power Plant Gallery of the American Tobacco District."

Note the plural in "assembly of Minimoog Model D synthesizers". These are real and new. Soviet Space Child also noticed the three MINI jacks on back and the lack of an S-Trig jack on the left.

Update2: Another pic in via Soviet Space Child below. This one shows a dedicated LFO knob in the mod wheel section.

Update3: One more image of the parts spread out below and a quick video test of one being played by Gene Stopp.

Update4: Suggested price is $3499

New Ladik Probability skipper S-090


Published on May 18, 2016 RuprechtM

"Dual channel probability skipper S-090
0-100% probability of incoming pulse will be passed to output"

Llanberis


Llanberis from patchpoints on Vimeo.

"A live take - using only what you see in the video. Modules, drum machine and pedals.

Audio download - https://soundcloud.com/hadj/llanberis-patchpoints-modular-performance

For anyone who's interested, or new to modular, I hope the information below is helpful. I always got so much from reading other people's patch descriptions that I think it's only fair I put mine out there too.

Enjoy

-

Most of the modules are receiving some modulation from Make Noise WoggleBug and Xaoc Batumi in various ways.

First set of random sounds are being driven by Malekko Varigate clocking the René. VCO is the Endorphin.es Furthrrrr Generator and all waveforms are going into a Make Noise RxMx who's then feeding out to the MA35 VCF from Manhattan Analog.

Lead synth line is Noise Engineering Loquelic Iteritas running into WMD Aperture filter. WMD Mini Slew is being tweaked it goes into the WMD Amplitude. I'm running this line from the Stillson Hammer Mk2 by Industrial Music Electronics (The Harvestman) with the CV and Gate running into the Shakmat Modular - Bishops Miscellany that allows all the realtime sequencing fun.

Bassline is 3 synced AJH Mini Mod VCOs into the AJH VCF, Make Noise Maths is handling all the envelopes including filter. Runs out from there to the OTO Biscuit and back into the modular.

Pads are the 4xwavetable Mutable Instruments Braids sound. WoggleBug is slowly and randomly moving the clock on the Make Noise Pressure Points to change the chords. Sound is treated by TipTop ZDSP running the Valhalla Shimmer card and into the WMD Ultrafold to give it some drive later on. Then out of there into the Godbox Humpback VCF.

This all runs into the Intellijel DubMix and Expander where I've got the three Aux channels running out to a Moog MF-104M Delay, Strymon El Capistan delay and Eventide H9 (Spring setting) respectively.

Drums are all samples in the Rytm.

I think that's most of it. Lots of additional modulation by my hands. That's the point of course!"

Spectral lines to infinity


Published on May 18, 2016 MIDERA

"Spectralis 2, Accelerator, ESX, Space, Virus TI"

Moog Mother-32 + MF-102 Ring Modulator = Phoneme Synthesis


Published on May 18, 2016 experimentalsynth

"I found a great way to get some very vocal sounds from the Mother-32/MF-102 combination. The attack and decay controls allow for some remarkable fine-tuning of the articulation. Learn more at www.experimentalsynth.com"

Roland Jupiter 8 Walkthrough by GForce Software's Dave Spiers


Published on May 18, 2016 GForce Software

"GForce Software's Dave Spiers does a walkthrough of Roland's last flagship analogue polysynth, the legendary Jupiter 8.

01:32 Key Modes
05:13 Keyboard Assign Modes
06:26 Hold
07:38 Arpeggio Section
09:35 LFO Section & VCO Modulator
16:45 VCO 1
18:48 VCO 2
23:06 Filters
31:28 VCA
33:44 Envelopes
34:15 Bender & Modulation controls
40:19 Patches and Patch Presets
42:27 Final Track

The final track makes use of multiple JP-8 recordings and a single TR-808, all sync'd to Logic via the Roland SBX-1. The only additional instrument was Stylus RMX, used for additional drum duties

NB: While most of the audio examples have no added external effects, a few of 'prepared earlier' examples do.

Oh and next time I'll use a more stable stand!"

GForce Software's Oddity2 is 50% Off Through the Month of May


Published on May 18, 2016 GForce Software

"Between 18th May and the 31st May 2016 we're doing our bit for anti-austerity by offering Oddity2 at a 50% off"

New Ladik Drum Pattern Generator D-250


Published on May 18, 2016 RuprechtM

"ladik D-250 pattern generator
64 preset and 64 programmable patterns"

Elektron Analog Keys


via this auction

"I'm selling my mint condition Elektron Analog Keys - it even still has the protective clear plastic over the display screen.

Works perfectly, sounds beautiful, and is in mint condition. Overbridge is ready for primetime, so either use the menus on the keyboard, or program directly from your DAW of choice (see picture).

It has the latest OS 1.23B (as of May 16th)."

ROLAND JUPITER 8 Vintage Analog Synthesizer SN 110828


via this auction

Original Arp Odyssey 2800 with Moog Filter


via this auction

"Original first generation ARP Odyssey Model 2800. Fully functional. New membranes on all keys done this year. Original MOOG filter."

ARP 2600 Vintage Synth SN 1682 with Keyboard SN 361142


via this auction

"ARP's 2600 is without a doubt one of the finest analog synthesizers ever produced.

It has the 4012 filter and the 4027-1 oscillator chips.

This particular 2600 has been fully serviced by non other than Kent Spong of KSR and is now in full working order. It's not been cheap getting this 2600 right but well worth it.

The keyboard which is a 3604P has an issue, it won't gate properly. Kent said that the parts needed to sort it are very hard to come by and as I wasn't using the keyboard, I left it at that.

I have been using my 2600 in conjunction with a Kenton pro 2000 with excellent results and it can be configured to be played 3 note polyphonically..."

Rechteck


Published on May 18, 2016 Florian Willuhn

"doepfer ms 404 pwm squarewave"

iZotope Introduces VocalSynth | Vocal Effects Plug-in


Published on May 18, 2016 iZotope, Inc.

"With the VocalSynth multi-effects plug-in, those sounds you’ve heard and the sounds you hear in your head are within reach. Shape and manipulate your voice to create electronic vocal textures, robot sounds, computerized harmonies, vocoder and talkbox effects, and thick octaves or doubles."


via iZotope

"Think outside the vox.

Ready for a transformative vocal experience? With VocalSynth, iconic vocal sounds from decades past and the wild vocal sounds you’ve only heard in your head are finally within reach.

Manipulate your voice to create electronic vocal textures, robot sounds, computerized harmonies, vocoder and talkbox effects, thick octaves or doubles, and everything in between.

Unique vocal effects have driven hit songs and launched careers. It’s time for your vocals to stand out, too.

Price: $199.00 $149.00 USD

Key Features

Four vocal engines: Get robotic vocals (Vocoder), organic harmonies (Polyvoice), glitchy digital speech (Compuvox), and singing synthesized sounds (Talkbox).

Specialized vocal effects: Add edgy or tasteful distortion, filters, speaker convolution modeling, beat-repeating madness, and wide stereo delays.

Pitch correction: Correct off-key notes in your vocals with real-time pitch correction with natural-sounding results.

Streamlined voice generation: Add harmonies, octaves, or unisons in Auto mode, or get the exact harmony voicings you want.

Presets: Quickly access classic sounds you’ve known and loved, plus distinctive new combinations of all four vocal engines."

Fluxpad intro by Andi Toma (Mouse on Mars)


Published on Feb 21, 2016 mouse on mars youtube official

"Fluxpad is a new app on MoMinstruments, that just entered beta test phase. It's developed by Mouse on Mars’ Andi Toma & Jan St. Werner and sqrt-developer Jan T V Falkenstein. In Fluxpad you 'paint' in your music, which leads to completely different results, when compared to traditional sequencer."

Fluxpad session 2 by Andi Toma (Mouse on Mars)

Published on May 12, 2016

"This is a second demonstration of Fluxpad by Andi Toma. Fluxpad is a new app on MoMinstruments, that just entered beta test phase. It's developed by Mouse on Mars’ Andi Toma & Jan St. Werner and sqrt-developer Jan T V Falkenstein. In Fluxpad you 'draw' in your music, which leads to completely different results, when compared to traditional sequencer."

Broken Cat - Octave The Cat in partially working order still sounds awesome


Published on May 18, 2016 Earmonkey Music

"Just a few minutes with a partially functional Octave The Cat. The keyboard won't track. The filter works on and off (wasn't working in this video) and it does weird shit. But I got this thing for $100 yesterday and it sounds bloody awesome. Even broken. Can't wait to get it serviced and all working."

JJ battles Tim Cook on GarageBand & ALL The New Chinese Instruments & Live Loops


Published on May 16, 2016 林俊傑 JJ Lin

"JJ Lin met up with Tim Cook in Beijing and the duo played JJ's song, 'The Key', on Apple's newly updated GarageBand app."

via @boe_dye, vai Patently Apple

Garageband for iPad, ALL The New Chinese Instruments & Live Loops

Published on May 18, 2016 thesoundtestroom

Modal Electronics - Superbooth16


Published on May 18, 2016 DivKidVideo

"We get a run down the new Modal Electronics modules from Superbooth."

ADDAC503 Marble Physics


Published on May 18, 2016

ADDAC503 Marble Physics - Part II


"Newtonian physics on a modular synth! The ADDAC503 Marble Physics is a CV generator based on the mechanics behavior of a marble on a tray.

Through this realtime physics simulator you'll be able to control several parameters that will affect the behavior of a model of a spherical object against a plane. You can tilt the plane or bump the marble with a certain strength, which will cause it to roll and bounce on elastic walls.

The model will output the object's XY position or velocity and you can control other physical parameters, like the walls' elasticity or the strength of a bump. When the marble hits walls the bounce output triggers and you can additionally lock the X axis for a one dimension simulation. Finally you can also set the overall speed of the simulation.

By controlling all of these properties you be able simulate several scenarios where the marble falls, gets gently pulled by gravity, orbits indefinitely or bounces on walls like a pinball. Truly engaging physics simulations!"

Sternrekorder's Roland Only Session


Published on May 17, 2016 sternrekorder

"This is what I'm doin' when the weather's ugly (...and when it's fine)
Instruments used:
Drums: Roland TR 707 + Roland TR-808
Bassline: Roland Juno-60
S&H-Chords: Roland Jupiter-4
Pads: Roland JX-3P
FX: tc electronic Hall Of Fame, KORG Kaoss Pad mini
Sync: Roland SBX-10"

Live Jam #34 - Techno / Noise / Drone - Arturia Beatstep Pro and Eurorack modular synthesizer


Published on May 17, 2016 TRM

"The power supply for my portable case arrived. I will probably experiment with some jams that might work in a minimal live setup in the future. Just a modular case and the Beatstep Pro.

All sounds are from the modular. Two basic voices: 1 - Dixie II - uFold - MMG - Linix. 2 - a143-4 - Wasp - Linix. Kick and hihat are from Peaks in drum mode. Percussion is from noise and a tri at audio rate from the a143-4 through the Make noise LxD. All drums go through the Echo for random delays. There is a slow running Tri lfo going to both the filters. And some audio rate modulation is send through attenuators to the pitch from both oscillators. Final out is mixed with the output from Clouds.

Stuff used:
Arturia Beatstep Pro and a Eurorack modular synthesizer with:

Doepfer: a-118, a-119, a-124, a-143-4, a-148, a-156, a-160-2, a-199
Intellijel: Dixie II, uFold, Quadra, 2xTriat , Linux, mult
Make noise: MMG, Lxd
Mutable instruments: Clouds, Peaks
MFB: Dual LFO
Synthrotek: Echo, Deluxe power

Audio via the Behringer mixer to a Moto Ultralite MK3 hybrid.
External effects: T.C electronics M350 for reverb.

No post processing."
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