MATRIXSYNTH: Keystep Pro first patch

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Keystep Pro first patch

Published on Apr 19, 2020 Omri Cohen

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Here are some patch notes:
- I'm sending a gate from one of the channels of the KSP's drum sequencer to ping a Vult filter, which is going through Ledrover for some overdrive and ReduXer for some bit crushing. This is going to VCV Rack for delay with Chronoblob2.
- I'm using the Mimeophon as a voice and I'm controlling its pitch with another channel of the KSP. I'm recording it into Magneto in looper mode.
- I'm also sending the Mimeophon to the Microcell for extra texture.
- I have 2 channels of the KSP sequencing 4 Basal oscillators from Vult in different octaves. They're also going through dome delay and reverb.
- I'm using the KSP in control mode to control the level and timbre of the sequences.
- In VCV Rack, I'm using Battery 4 from Native Instruments for drums, and I'm sequencing them with the drum sequencer of the KSP.
- I have a Kalimba recorded in Arbhar, which is going through a comb filter on the Freak filter.
- In VCV Racki, I have another voice, an arp, going to another Freak filter in BP Vortex mode.
- I have a sample on the Morphagene, which is going through a rotary effect in VCV."

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