MATRIXSYNTH: TINRS Fenix IV - Gnarly Beat with patch breakdown

Saturday, October 03, 2020

TINRS Fenix IV - Gnarly Beat with patch breakdown

Making Sound Machines

"A gnarly bass and an uptempo breakbeat on the TiNRS Fenix - while our friends Stijn, Priscilla and Lauri at This is Not Rocket Science are polishing the firmware and adding small tweaks to the Fenix' PCBs, we keep patching all possible (and impossible) patches on this awesome, full-fledged Eurorack compatible system-in-a-box hardware modular synth! All sounds coming straight from this machine.

The bass line in this patch is a sawtooth from the analog chord oscillator patched into the Fenix' logic switch, with a DC offset from the CV mixer going into one of its inputs, resulting in a dirty square waveform. This is shaped with the wobbler complex LFO going to the cutoff of the spectacular digital stereo filter (loving it ❤️ !) and the AHDSR/D envelope controlling a VCA. There's a little bit of the wavemultiplier added in parallel for added grit.

The beat is showing off the lovely analog noise coming in pink, brown, blue and purple color. Kick and toms are made using the digital oscillator in wavetable mode, with a bank of drum samples loaded. We're super happy to be part of this beta test, and are having tons of fun making music with this instrument! Full patch breakdown soon on our YouTube channel.

#TiNRS #Fenix #ThisIsNotRocketScience"

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