MATRIXSYNTH: 026//Uneasy Dreams - Moog DFAM & Mother 32s modulating Eventide Timefactor (ambient)

Saturday, June 02, 2018

026//Uneasy Dreams - Moog DFAM & Mother 32s modulating Eventide Timefactor (ambient)

Published on Jun 2, 2018 Alastair Wilson

"A, melodic semi-self-generating patch using a 2 Mother 32s and a DFAM sent through an Eventide Space hall reverb and an Eventide Timefactor on moddelay setting.

After 022//Electric Dust where I modulated the Space with the M32, the obvious next step was to modulate the Timefactor. I found it worked best to not constantly be modulating it, and ended up with this classic soft ambient track broken up by unexpected pitch shifting.

The lower M32 runs the main repetitive sequence, while the top M32 supplies the bass notes and the DFAM supplies the atonal sound effects (these are FM with the amount modulated by an LFO). The higher M32 and DFAM are randomly triggered by the lower, but with the sequencer glitched so that they run at 1/12 the speed they should. The envelope of the higher M32 controls the modulation of the Timefactor, which is why the pitch shifting happens just before the bass note changes. The outputs of the 3 synths are mixed together and sent 100% wet through the delay, and finally, random stepped voltages affect many parameters, such as the filter cutoff of the filter affecting the main sequence.

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

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