MATRIXSYNTH: Dusty Clouds Mountain Jam & More

Monday, August 24, 2020

Dusty Clouds Mountain Jam & More


1. Mountain Jam - Arbhar / Morphagene / Mimeophon / BIA
Here I recorded a sequence from Basimilus Iteritas Alter into Morphagene, and several other takes of the same sequence but different configurations into Arbhar’s buffers.

I then freed BIA and used it live for kick / snare.

The 0-Coast is playing a simple bass line.

Both Arbhar and Morphagene go into Mimeophon. I use Mimeophon’s clock out to trigger Arbhar.

I managed to combine the “2” and “3” channels of Maths and the Varispeed attenuverter of Morphagene in a way that when channel “3” pot is fully counterclockwise the sample in Morphagene is playing in the original (Green) pitch, when I turn the channel “3” pot fully clockwise the pitch of the sample changes to 1 octave lower (White).
2. Arbhar / Morphagene / BIA / VCV Rack / Erebus
Just a modular jam using INSTRUO Arbhar, Make Noise Morphagene, Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Alter and Dreadbox Erebus, all going into VCV Rack for some sound processing and mixing. I am also using an external plugin for the Mellotron flute sound.
3. Koshi Chimes Aqua / Morphagene / Mimeophon / Erebus / VCV Rack
I recorded the Koshi Chimes Aqua in Make Noise / SoundHack Morphagene and from there it goes into Mimeophon for the delay effect.
Two FM operators in VCV Rack going into Clouds.
The Dreadbox Erebus is playing a single Triangle waveform through its own echo effect.
The Hermod is used exclusively as a modulation source.
There is a lot of additional patching between the hardware modules and VCV Rack so feel free to ask any questions in the comment section.
4. Make Noise / SoundHack Morphagene & Mimeophon sound exploration
Just a modular jam using Make Noise / SoundHack Morphagene & Mimeophon. No modulation is applied except some simple LFO's from Maths.

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