MATRIXSYNTH: 1066 - on a Modular Synth

Sunday, March 01, 2020

1066 - on a Modular Synth


Published on Mar 1, 2020 The Mad Music Machine

"A quick demo of a patch inspired by one of Caitlin's topics at the Secondary (High) school she now attends.

Here Make Noise René 2 is sequencing the 4ms Spherical Wavetable Navigator, Synthesis Technology E352 & E370 (with VCA controlled by Doepfer A-178 Theremin). Voice Samples are controlled by the 4MS Stereo Triggered Sampler (further pitch-shifted by the QU-Bit Nebulae). Drones via the Mother32. Keys via Behringer K2. Drums via Mutant Bass and Snare.

A tiny bit of reverb via Soundcraft Lexicon unit."

Haven't seen her in a while. You can find additional posts featuring Caitlin here. Here she is with TONTO.

3 comments:

  1. I have often wondered what the Battle of Crécy would actually have sounded like. Hollywood battle noises are always so lame and canned.

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  2. Also, there is nothing quite so terrifying as the dark and tumultuous heart of the British schoolgirl. I mean, just look at her. Are you not quaking with fear? I'm hiding behind the couch.

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  3. Nice! keep up the good work!

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