MATRIXSYNTH: Euclidean Techno Experiment for SSC Kyma and Sherman Filterbank.

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Euclidean Techno Experiment for SSC Kyma and Sherman Filterbank.


Published on Jan 12, 2019 Frequency Manipulator

"This is a test of my synthesised Kyma percussion, which is being sequenced using Euclidean divisions. The results are processed through the Sherman Filterbank, the ADSR envelope on the Sherman is also being triggered by Euclidean Rhythms generated by the Kyma.

The signal is then heavily limited by an 1176 clone in nuke mode.

The wibbly noises are an FM patch on the Analogue Systems Modular which also makes use of a Turing Machine to modulate various elements. This is also clocked from the Kyma.

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My first project using Davinci Resolve. A free alternative to Final Cut / Premier for OSX, Windows, and Linux.

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The software is fantastic, it is a shame I am rubbish at it."

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