MATRIXSYNTH: Dreadbox Chromatic modules meet the Nifty Bundle

Monday, April 27, 2020

Dreadbox Chromatic modules meet the Nifty Bundle

Published on Apr 27, 2020 Patchwerks Seattle

"In this video Matthew Piecora (aka EZBOT) takes the new Dreadbox Chromatic modules for a spin with the wonderfully fun and affordable Nifty Bundle. The sequencer and touch plate is Cells by Cre8audio. Using Cells you can control up to 2 voices either by hand or by feeding CV into the 2 axis inputs.

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Nostalgia - Triple-stage multitap delay with LFO

Ataxia - Dual modulator with ADSR envelope mode and LFO mode and CV control over timing

Dystopia - Analog-style and digital-style noise source with bit crushing and random gate generation

Utopia - CV manipulation tool with access to offset voltages, 4X attenuverters, CV mixer, and "Pulserizer"

Cellz - Cellz is a dual unipolar control voltage generator and that each of the 16 touch sensitive pads can be “fed” two 12bit values (semi-tone quantized or free scale), ranging from 0V to 10V.

Chipz - "Do you speak bleep blop? Well if you do you’ll love Chipz. Its full of it. Heaping piles of beeps, blops, and probably some other stuff too. It’s got a couple voices and some wacky LFO junk, perfect for getting your body wobbling."
Demo by: Matthew Piecora"

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