MATRIXSYNTH: Huge analog sound with Entropic Doom (Noisillator) module from AJH Synth

Monday, February 24, 2020

Huge analog sound with Entropic Doom (Noisillator) module from AJH Synth

Published on Feb 24, 2020 Dziam Bass

"Today I have a small demo in sequence with a huge analog sound from the Entropic Doom (Noisillator) module from AJH Synth.

It is a module that adds noise to the audio. it can also be a source of noise and also a Ring modulator with XOR out.

here a small patch and fun in filtering with noise using Vintage Transistor Core VCO - Minimod and Doom Entropic module from AJH Synth.

The Entropic Doom takes noise and tuned noise to a whole new level, it can almost be described as an oscillator for noise, or Noisillator as we like to call it. Traditionally in modular synthesis we use either white or pink noise and then treat it through envelopes and filters to give various effects, however the Entropic Doom takes modular noise creation to places its never been before!

We have a CMOS Logic Gate based Noise Generator with Coarse and Fine tuning control along with a two, three and four pole low pass filter and a passband resonator within the noise loop itself. We have both Audio and Sync inputs, which can be mixed into the noise loop to add even greater variety to the sounds generated. We have both Bright and Dark Noise outputs, which are pre and post filter respectively, however because the noise and filter are in a feedback loop the Bright output responds to filter type and settings too.

There are CV inputs to allow voltage control of both Frequency and Resonance, and also an all important 1V/Oct input so that we can "play" the noise in tune from a keyboard or sequencer.

In addition we have a separate XOR based Ring Modulator and a Cmos gate based VCA sub modules. These can be used independently from and simultaneously with the Noisillator circuitry."

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