MATRIXSYNTH: AJH Synth Eurorack Ambient Ditty - revisiting an early recording

Saturday, June 01, 2019

AJH Synth Eurorack Ambient Ditty - revisiting an early recording


Published on Jun 1, 2019 DreamsOfWires

"Re-recording something I originally uploaded featuring a Moog Minitaur with Sunvox on an iPad. It's a very simple piece, but here I've used entirely analog sounds from the AJH eurorack system. The background melody is kind of a pseudo two-part polyphonic voice using two separate VCO's, envelopes, and the Gemini filter in Dual mode. The other part is a third VCO through the Ring SM, providing up to two suboctaves, and then into the Ladder Filter. An external LFO is modulating the pulse width of this VCO. The Keystep's Mod output is patched to the Ladder Filter's frequency. Gear list at the bottom.

I wanted it to sound a little less gnarly than the original, with less resonance, hopefully capturing a little more of the MiniMod's warmth and character. Here's a link to the original: [originally posted here]

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Gear used: AJH Synth VCO (x3), dual contour, DH-ADSR, gain switch, VCA (x2), Ring SM, Gemini and Ladder filters. FC Waverunner LFO, Korg SQ-1 (pattern - parallel mode) and Arturia Keystep (melody), recorded into AUM on an iPad via iConnectAUDIO4+ interface, with EOS2 reverb and Dubstation 2 delay. The Eurorack case was made by me and inspired by the Moog Model 15. Filmed on a Lumix GH-4 and iPhone SE, edited in Final Cut X on an elderly Crashbook Pro."

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