MATRIXSYNTH: Euclidean Circles Trigger Sequencer Eurorack Drum Pattern

Friday, August 04, 2017

Euclidean Circles Trigger Sequencer Eurorack Drum Pattern

Perfect Circuit Audio
Published on Aug 4, 2017

Update: video is back.

"For this patch, we used the Euclidean Circles module as the main trigger brain for a handful of percussive sounds. The Basimilus Iteritas Alter, Akemie's Taiko, and Braids are the main drum sounds, with the Sapel - Rampage making a noisy hihat, and Maths a weird laser drum sound. The final mix is then fed into the Chronoblob for some synchronized delay, and then into the Springray for some reverb. The whole patch is being clocked by a QCD, with a trigger being sent to the Euclidean Circles module, the Sync input on the Chronoblob, and the Clock input on the Voltage Block. The sequences from the voltage block are used to modulate various aspects of the drums, i.e. the decay of the rampage, the timbres of the Basimilus and Akemie's."

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