MATRIXSYNTH: Make Noise LxD Resonance Demonstration

Monday, January 08, 2018

Make Noise LxD Resonance Demonstration

Published on Jan 7, 2018

"This is a response to the first half of 'Advanced Patching with LxD' video from Make Noise. [posted here]

Patch Notes:

Intelijel Dixie II+ Oscillator waveform out into Maths channel #2 set to +10V.

Sum out of Maths into LxD 12db Signal Input.

Output of LxD 12db section into a Buffered Multiple.

One multiple going to Channel #3 of Maths which applies the amount of inverted feedback ( -0.1V to -5V).

One Multiple going to Manhatten Analog DTM Mixer.

Mixer output goes to Mordax Data's Oscilliscope (Green Trace).

Mordax output to Make Noise Optomix as a final out.

Korg SQ-1 pitch CV is feeding 1V/O of the Dixie II+ Oscillator.

SQ-1 is also sending Gate CV to Make Noise 0-Coast's Contour Section (Gate Input).

Contour's output is input to LxD's 12db section's CV in (Vactrol Gate).

Contour output is split and fed into Mordax Data's Scope (Blue Trace).

Second Gate output from SQ-1 shows Gate and Gate Length in Mordax Data's scope (Red Trace).

Contour's Sustain level knob is controlling the LxD's Vactrol Gate frequency response acting as a "filter cutoff"... (not sure if that is technically correct...It's cool though..)

Playing with the Gate Length on the SQ-1 is really fun here. Especially when the gate length is at a maximum level (Gate High) and you sweep the Sustain level knob on the Contour section.

Increasing the Inverted signal of Maths Channel #3 will introduce some extreme resonance. Dialing in the amount of inverted signal can show a great range of sonic character. Thank You Make Noise Music!!"

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