MATRIXSYNTH: Silver Lining - Arbhar, Morphagene, VCV Rack, Mimeophon, Microcell, Freak, Magneto

Sunday, May 03, 2020

Silver Lining - Arbhar, Morphagene, VCV Rack, Mimeophon, Microcell, Freak, Magneto

Published on May 3, 2020 Omri Cohen

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Here are some patch notes:
- I have a flute, kalimba, my voice, a viola, and a piano recorded into Arbhar, and I'm scanning through the different layers.
- I'm also modulating the length and the window of the grains.
- I've recorded the O Coast into the Morphagene, and I'm modulating the Gene size and Slide. I'm also sending it through some delay and reverb in VCV Rack.
- I'm using the Mimeophon and Magneto as voices, sending them to delays and reverbs in VCV Rack.
- I've recorded my son's metallophone into Microcell, and I'm modulating the position.
- I have one Freak set to two self-oscillating filters, and they are going through some overdrive with LedRover, and bit crushing with ReduXer, and they also go through another Freak set to Ferox.
- I'm using the Disting as an LFO to modulate the cutoff of Freak.
- The CV out of Morphagene goes through the Befaco VCMC to VCv Rack, where I use it as pitch information to an FM voice."

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