MATRIXSYNTH: TINRS Tuesday Algorithmic Sequencer

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

TINRS Tuesday Algorithmic Sequencer

Published on Jul 18, 2017 Perfect Circuit Audio

"For this patch, we used the TINRS Tuesday as the main pitch information for a Mutable Instruments Braids. The output from Braids is then fed into the AJH Transistor ladder filter, (mostly for when Braids is using a rich harmonic timbre,) and then into the Make Noise Optomix for a VCA. The Gate and Accent outputs on the Tuesday are used to trigger two envelopes from Maths, the first channel to control the volume of the signal (patched into the control input on the Optomix,) and the second to open up the Transistor ladder filter. Pressure Points, from Make Noise, is used as a modulation source for the X, Y and ! inputs on the Tuesday, providing a tactile switch, or a sequenced set of values, (clocked by the EOC output on the second Maths channel.) Finally, the main out is fed into the Chronoblob delay, from Alright Devices, for a little space an tempo synchronized delay.

Tuesday, from TINRS, is an algorithmic melody sequencer for Eurorack modular synthesizers. It utilizes 13 different algorithms, with two tweakable parameters per algorithm as well as a ! Control, which decides the note density. Tuesday can be clocked internally, or synchronized to an external clock, for ease of melodic and rhythmic patches.

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