MATRIXSYNTH: Cwejman Journey

Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Cwejman Journey

Published on Nov 7, 2017 Dudadius

"All sounds from Cwejmam. Orthogonal Devices sequencing.

Patch Notes.

This patch was inspired by Maho Cwejman asking if anyone had some ADSR-VC2 or CTG-VC videos. I didn’t want to do a demo, but I had the idea that I would do a Cwejman-centric patch and use those modules as the back-bone.

All of the sound sources are from the Cwejman family. Just supplementing with the sequencers and some modulation sources.

Drone is Monome Ansible controlling the PH8 as an oscillator in the QMMF4. 2 of the Ansible channels are modulating the QMMF’s frequencies to create a shifting chord sequence. The whole shebang goes through one side of MMF2, the and FSH-1 for effects. Malekko Varigate-8 is running the rhythmic modulation on that.

Rhythm. Kick is the CTG hitting the MMF6. Release time is modulated by the CV out of the Eloquencer, which is programming all the of the rhythm tracks.

‘Snare’ is the BLD. Hat is the RG6 going into the VCA-2P, which has it’s panning being modulated by a Batumi.

All of the percussion goes into a MX4S. One side goes to the main mixer, WMD Performance mixer, and one side goes into the side-chain input of the DP2.


Still wrapping my head around the Orthogonal Devices ER-101/102, but they are driving three voices.

Bass is a VCO6 into the MMF1s.

Middle and upper voices are the two sides of a VCO-2RM into a DMF2. They both go to the VCA_4MX into the input of the DP2. The percussion is side-chaining all of the melodics there.

Then they all go through the SPH2 for a little stereo fun.

I’m using Intellijel Rainmaker and Audio Damage EOS reverb for effects.

There is a slight amount of Electron Analog Heat on the whole thing. Mastered with Izotope Ozone 8, Vertigo VSM2 and Fab Filter Limiter.


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