MATRIXSYNTH: Din Sync OSC303 MK2 v Hexinverter Mutant Drums

Friday, March 24, 2017

Din Sync OSC303 MK2 v Hexinverter Mutant Drums

Published on Mar 19, 2017 Guy Schneerson

"Warning!! At 5:00 I am increasing the Mutant Bassdrum decay and you get insanely deep bass so watch your speakers

Just finishing building the Din Sync OSC303 MK2 TB-303 eurorack oscillator and as I haven’t got any filters, I decided to process it through my mutant drums.

In the video I am using the Arturia Beatstep pro to control the patch.

Beatstep Beatstep pro (CV & gate):

A single channel is used to send a simple 3 note CV pattern to the oscillator and all other channels are gates to trigger the drums, until towards the end it is only kick and hats and 3 parts OSC303

The OSC303:

Is routed through 3 different paths through the eurorack using the Hexinverter snare clap and bassdrum. The clap uses two of its outputs the direct and filter out

Part 1: Din Sync OSC303 Saw out --> Hexinverter Mutant Clap ->out --> Mixer 1

Part 2: Din Sync OSC303 Square out --> Mutant Bassdrum Distortion --> Bastl Instruments Skis --> Mixer 3

Part 3: Din Sync OSC303 Saw -- Hexinverter Mutant Clap ->Filter out -- Hexinverter Mutant Snare -- Mixer 2

The Drums


Hexinverter Mutant Bassdrum -- 808 Mutant kick Drum

606 Style Hats:
Audio Damage Adm07 Mad Hatter Eurorack Noise Module -- Bastl Instruments Skis Dual decay

Hexinverter Mutant Bassdrum -- 808 Mutant snare Drum (used for processing the OSC303 and towards the end on its own)

Hexinverter Mutant Clap -- 808 Mutant Clap Drum (used for processing the OSC303)

Some other notes
At 2:40 I am using the OSC303 bonus waveform, the not so triangle, triangle not available on the original 303 and I think sounds amazing."

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