MATRIXSYNTH: flightofharmony INM E Simple Self-Patch Demos #2 & #3

Wednesday, October 07, 2020

flightofharmony INM E Simple Self-Patch Demos #2 & #3


flightofharmony

"Another four-cable self-patch example of the eurorack Infernal Noise Machine. This one starts in a higher range like static or white noise. The second half shows how the INM is made of "sweet spots", where small control changes greatly alter the sound. The INM-E is on my workbench in a circuit board holder.

This video was recorded while I was still trying to figure out the best recording settings in OBS and the motion is a bit choppy, but the sound is in sync and accurate.

Come check out the INM-E Kickstarter campaign! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...

(Module shown is a prototype.)"


Infernal Noise Machine Simple Self-Patch Demo #3


flightofharmony

"A two-cable self-patch example of the eurorack Infernal Noise Machine. This patch creates a pseudo-delay/reverb effect that is very apparent on headphones. Two more cables are added later for AR envelope

Come check out the INM-E Kickstarter campaign! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...

(Module shown is a prototype.)"

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