MATRIXSYNTH: 015//Hell Trembles - a horrific Moog mother 32 self-generating patch

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

015//Hell Trembles - a horrific Moog mother 32 self-generating patch

Published on Mar 14, 2018 Alastair Wilson

"A semi-self-generating modular patch using a single Mother 32 sent through an Eventide Space black hole reverb and an Eventide Timefactor on banddelay setting. Some compression has been applied to tame the resonant frequencies.

The patch is semi-random; I created a sequence, but everything else is randomly generated using the Assign output of the Mother 32. This patch is actually based on tuned notes; the bell-like, inharmonic frequencies come from the Eventide Timefactor, where both delays are very short (under 20ms), and have a feedback of 101%. To prevent the feedback becoming uncontrollable, each delay is bandpass filtered (with high resonance) and a slow LFO is affecting the cutoff frequency of each filter. The effect is that the feedback keeps the delay from dying quickly, but cannot build forever as the frequencies that are feeding back are slowly changed through the filtering. Great for sounds like these!

If you want to recreate this patch, you can find it here:"

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