MATRIXSYNTH: Frequency Central WHITE FACE (Arp Odyssey 4023 Filter) Eurorack Drone & Demos

Saturday, July 27, 2019

Frequency Central WHITE FACE (Arp Odyssey 4023 Filter) Eurorack Drone & Demos


Published on Jul 27, 2019

"Frequency Cnetral White Face filter based on the Arp 4023 filter from the MkI Odyssey. See quick links below to skip to dry audio examples. First half of the video was the first patch I created with it, using the XVCO TWO and a sample I imported into Radio Music as input. The second half of the video is a pure sound demo and intended for people that are interested in the filter's characteristics. Gear used listed at bottom of description. As the MkI Odyssey came out in 1972, I've added video clips of an obscure British horror film of the same year - 'Death Line'.

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Quick Links:
0:00 Drone
7:05 Filter sweeps
13:22 Envelopes
17:15 Keyboard tracking (when self-oscillating)

Gear used: Frequency Central XVCO TWO, Music Thing Modular Radio Music, AJH Synth Dual Contour Generator, 2HP VCA, Arturia Keystep, Korg SQ-1, iConnectAUDIO4+ interface, recorded into AUM on an iPad, EOS2 reverb on drone. Filmed on a Lumix GH4 and iPhone SE."

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