MATRIXSYNTH: Folktek Mescaline - Mutable Instruments Elements + Edges - Reverbs, Delays & Instant Lo-Fi Junky

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Folktek Mescaline - Mutable Instruments Elements + Edges - Reverbs, Delays & Instant Lo-Fi Junky


Published on Dec 21, 2017 isvisible isinvisible

"The Folktek 'Mescaline' is providing the percussion (everything apart from the quiet snare sound which is from Braids) and the low repeating lush reverbed sound.

The wonky continuous slightly phased sound is 'Edges' going through my 'Bistromath', a ZVex 'Instant Lo-Fi Junky', Mungo 'd0' and an SDS Digital 'Reflex Liveloop'.

The slightly orchestral-ish sound is a Mutable Instruments 'Elements' fed into a Tiptop 'ZDSP' and then fed back in on itself.

The struck bowl (more like clunky synth percussion to be honest) type sounds that come in towards the end are the Livewire 'Dalek Modulator' going through a Doepfer 'A-188-2' delay.

Some sequencing being done by a Polyend 'Seq' via the 'Poly' module, and some being done by a 'Turing Manchine' and a Doepfer 'A-155'.

Triggers and gates being provided by an ALM 'Pamela's Workout, Mutable Instruments 'Grids' and Iron Ether's 'Pithoprakta'.

Modulation being provided by Livewire 'Chaos Computer', Mutable Instruments 'Peaks', Ian Fritz 'Bistromath' and a few other things, along with some Doepfer envelopes."

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