MATRIXSYNTH: Hyphae - Eurorack, VCV Rack, Midilar, Keystep Pro

Sunday, August 02, 2020

Hyphae - Eurorack, VCV Rack, Midilar, Keystep Pro

Omri Cohen

"Here it the sound pack from Jogging house I used here -
The WAV file for this performance is available on my Patreon page -

Here are some patch notes:
- One Freak with the Vraids firmware (based on Braids) is being sequenced from the Keystep Pro, and going into another Freak with a LP filter. From there it's going to Microcell in Granular mode.
- There are a few samples from Jogging House loaded in Arbhar, and the Scan and Layer are being modulated by the 1U Noise Tools module. Arbhar is going through Flame in VCV Rack and I control the mix with the Midilar controller.
- There's a recording of the Felt Instruments Cello in the Morphagene, which is going through Magneto in Shift mode.
- There are 2 separate piano loops recorded on Lubadh, which has the length pretty low, and both starting points are modulated from VCV Rack. The sound is going into VCV Rack through Chronoblob 2 and I'm controlling the Wet and Hold function with the Midilar controller.
- The Keystep Pro is sequencing also the Basimilus, which is going through LedRover and the Mimeophon.
- There's a sample of a woman speaking about Fungi loaded on the Nebulae, and the Speed control is being modulated from VCV Rack. it's going through the Disting in stereo reverb mode, and from there it's going through the Chronoblob 2 in VCV Rack, and I'm controlling the wet function with the Midilar Controller.
- In VCV Rack, Plaits set in Particle Noise mode and it's going to the 2HP Freez, which is being modulated and triggered from VCV Rack.
- There's also a drum loop in VCV Rack that's going to Clouds, also in VCV, in Looping Delay mode.
- The Keystep Pro is sequencing another voice in VCV Rack with Interzone from Valley, and I control its filter, noise level, sub-oscillator level, decay time, and release time with the Midilar controller. Interzone is going through another Chronoblob and another Freak (in VCV), and from there to some reverb.

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