MATRIXSYNTH: Getting Nasty with Noise Engineering, Digitakt, and Hermod

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Getting Nasty with Noise Engineering, Digitakt, and Hermod

video by Red Means Recording

"Let's use the Elektron Digitakt to sequence and modulate some Noise Engineering modules!

* Digitakt is playing back drums and samples on tracks 1-8
* Digitakt tracks 15 and 16 are set to send MIDI out on channels 15 and 16 to the Squarp Hermod
* The Hermod translates this data to CV and passes pitch and gate to the Noise Engineering Cursus and Manis Iteritas
* The Manis is passing through the Tip-Top z5000 fx unit for chorus, and the Cursus is going into the WMDSSF ADSRVCA for volume shaping
* Channels 9-14 on the Digitakt pass no note data. They have MIDI CC1 mapped to a knob, which the Hermod accepts, records, and passes through as modulation CV
* You can use the Digitakt LFOs to modulate CC1, or record this into the Hermod as a modulation lane, which will now be part of the sequence
* This is a very flexible and fun way to play with modular!

Squarp Hermod:
Tip-Top Z5000:
Noise Engineering Cursus Iteritas:

00:00 dark house
07:00 aggressive breaks
10:41 chemical downtempo"

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