MATRIXSYNTH: No Place to rest my Head - Felt Instruments, Eurorack, DrumBrute, VCV Rack, O Coast

Sunday, March 08, 2020

No Place to rest my Head - Felt Instruments, Eurorack, DrumBrute, VCV Rack, O Coast

Published on Mar 8, 2020 Omri Cohen

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Here are some patch notes:
- I'm sequencing the O Coast with the Keystep, and I'm splitting the gate output to trigger the O Coast and also to clock it.
- With the synced random voltage of the O Coast, I'm modulating its decay time, and also the envelope time of the cycling envelope, which modulated the multiply.
- I'm also sending pink noise to its FM input.
- The O Coast is going into the Onset input of Arbhar, which is recording the O Coast and processing it.
- I have a piano from Felt Instruments recorded into Magneto, which is going through LedRover for some extra grit, and from there to Microcell in Granular mode.
- I'm triggering the revers function of Magneto with random triggers from VCV Rack.
- I have a drum loop recorded into Morphagene, but also playing live on the DrumBrute so it's nice and glitchy.
- Morphagene is then going through ReduXer, and its CV output is modulating the reduction amount, and in VCV Rack, it goes through a phaser.
- I'm also modulating the Gene Size, Slide, and Varispeed with the 1U Noise Tools module.
- I have another instrument from Felt Instruments playing unsynced tremolo into the Mimeohpon.
- Also there, I trigger the flip function with random triggers from VCV Rack.
- I have white noise going into Freak set to the Vortex filter, and from there it's going into the Disting in reverb mode.
- I'm modulating the cutoff point of both channels with random voltage coming from VCV Rack.
- From there, the signal goes into Chronoblob 2 in VCV Rack and creates those bubbly glitchy sounds."

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