MATRIXSYNTH: GOODBYE VOLCA MODULAR // Preview of Patches 4, 5, 6,

Sunday, March 24, 2019

GOODBYE VOLCA MODULAR // Preview of Patches 4, 5, 6,


Published on Mar 24, 2019 LESINDES

"Time to say GOODBYE to KORG VOLCA MODULAR.
Soundtrack of footage for unreleased PACTHES 4, 5, 6.
An inspiring machine with its drawbacks (PATCH DESCRIPTION in the bottom):
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The MODULAR is a synthesizer with a potential but also with a lot of NOs, unfortunately. I really like the idea of it but it has:
1. unlike all the other Volcas NO Midi input
2. NO seperate gate input -- combined CV/Gate in so special stereo mini jack to 2 mono mini jacks cable needed
3. LPG is very low, only half as loud as LPG1, or my Volca is broken?!
4. Gate or CV output of keyboard and sequencer only in these fiddle sockets.
5. Cables with the soft easily bendable ends feel and are very fiddly. The raw cable ends slide easily out of the sockets even though you only gently touch the cables!
6. The black pot underbeath in front of both Cutoff pots should be the control voltage patched in sockets A + B but even if it is turned fully conterclockwise (= minimum) there is still CV being let out. I don't know if there is a work around for that or if my MODULAR is part of faulty batch??!
From min. 5 - 8 it is clock input is patched as source
by mistake but there is still a lot of entertaining tweaking
;-)

Patch is basically this:
Clock Div in WOGGLE 1 + 2
WOGGLE 1 in C
WOGGLE 2 in Space
Function 2 cycled in B
OSC in A
a+bxc/a-bxc in MOD/FOLD/RATIO"

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