MATRIXSYNTH: Xaoc Devices Batumi + Glockenspiel

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Xaoc Devices Batumi + Glockenspiel

Published on Sep 20, 2016 Joseph Branciforte

"in this first test with a newly acquired xaoc batumi, i have the batumi in phase mode (which allows shifting the 2nd-4th lfos 0-360 degrees out of phase relative to the 1st) to control parameters on the mutable instruments clouds and the mannequins three sisters filter.

the clouds was fed by a mic recording glockenspiel into an 8 second buffer. the square wave output of lfo 1 on the batumi was multed to both the position and texture inputs of the clouds. the sine output of lfo one was used to control the phase of lfo 2, whose own sine was controlling the cutoff frequency of the filter. the saw wave output of lfo 2 was used to control the phase input of lfo 4, whose square wave output was used as a clock source for the qu-bit nano-rand and whose sine wave output was fed into the fm input of the three sisters. the nano-rand's output feeds the size input of the clouds."

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