MATRIXSYNTH: SSF Quantum Rainbow 2 Tutorial Videos by Learning Modular

Sunday, April 07, 2019

SSF Quantum Rainbow 2 Tutorial Videos by Learning Modular


Published on Apr 7, 2019 Learning Modular

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Playlist:

1. SSF Quantum Rainbow 2 1/3: Colors of Noise (LMS EE)
The SSF Quantum Rainbow 2 is a popular Eurorack noise source. In this first movie, I demonstrate its different colors of noise, plus a patch tip for boosting its level:

00:00 overview
00:16 boosting output level
00:53 white noise
01:11 pink noise
01:31 red noise
01:49 grey noise
02:15 blue noise
02:45 purple noise
02:59 quanta noise
2. SSF Quantum Rainbow 2 2/3: Using in a Synth Voice (LMS EE)
In this second movie, I demonstrate some simple ideas for using noise in a normal synthesizer voice:

00:00 patch overview
00:20 noise replacing VCO
00:34 VCO + noise
01:46 noise modulating pulse width
02:51 noise modulating filter cutoff
04:08 enveloping the noise amount
06:12 voltage control of shape
3. SSF Quantum Rainbow 2 3/3: Using for Percussion (LMS EE)
Noise is a great source to use for percussion. In this movie I demonstrate patching different colors of noise thorough LPGs (low pass gates) with different responses:

00:00 overview
00:14 the patch
00:41 some kick drum examples
01:32 some snare & hi-hat examples
02:24 even more examples

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