MATRIXSYNTH: X1L3 - DDX - circuit bent yamaha DD8 drum machine

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

X1L3 - DDX - circuit bent yamaha DD8 drum machine

Published on Dec 19, 2018 X1L3

"Intricate circuit bending and a midi retrofit of a Yamaha DD8 drum machine. Where to get and all about below.

Dwelling in melancholy and wearing the influence on both sleeves (NIN - the fragile)......

Midi trigs coming in from the DAW and CV for pitch and filter cutoff coming in from a yarns midi to cv moduile in the euro rig which is also slaved to the DAW.

The whole set is utilising the 'ruiner' section of the machine. This is a kind of sweepable octave fuzz which at zero gate acts as a really cool grind and distortion and when gate is opened - as in the start of the session - a weird sweepable ringmod/fuzz kind of effect.

Midi is mapped to the four pads and also the eight points on the glitch array, so real time automation of glithing is possible within patters composed on the machine.

Sycopated echo is generated by the delay in the DD which can also be used to misbehave as a circuit bent delay pedal would when the feedback and filtering are untethered.

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