MATRIXSYNTH: 3-Voice Patch using the VBrazil Eurorack Modules

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

3-Voice Patch using the VBrazil Eurorack Modules

Published on Sep 13, 2017 Ícaro Ferre

"The patch in this video was created using mostly VBrazil / VB Modular eurorack modules. The idea behind this patch was to use the wave switcher in my two Lizard2 modules (mk2 and mk3) to work as “gate sequencers” since the switcher is linked to the sequencer stage. I’m using the Lizard2 MK3 to sequence the Aether Oscillator and the Lizard2 MK2 as the main clock and switcher for the drum voice.
What’s cool about this patch is that I can basically change the sequence by moving around the signals going into the switchers.

For the main voice, I’m sending different outputs of the Aether VCO and switching between them using the switcher in the Lizard2 MK3. The output of the Lizard2 is then fed into the Overfolder and finally into the Bastl Instruments Skis (which I’m using as a VCA being controlled by the VBrazil ADSR).
For the drum voice, I’m sending a sine wave and some digital noise out of the MultiLFO module and into different inputs of the Lizard2 MK2 switcher to create a kick and a snare. I’m then using the 2 envelopes of the Skis to controle the amplitude and pitch of the MultiLFO (which are being triggered by the main clock)."

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