MATRIXSYNTH: Cosmic noise & retro heterodyne: Interstellar Radio

Thursday, June 03, 2021

Cosmic noise & retro heterodyne: Interstellar Radio

video by Richard DeHove

"If you ever played around with shortwave radio noise as a kid then this is your grownup noise evolution. Schlappi Engineering's 'Interstellar Radio' module wants you to endlessly twiddle and wiggle and enjoy the lack of melody and float away in the squeals and static. With all the controls normalled to produce sound on their own this is also a great module for a small system or someone starting out in Eurorack (assuming you like noise).

Here I go through the basic controls, how to understand a little of what you're doing, and then indulge in lots of wiggling.

0:00 Intro about shortwave retro charm
1:45 Basic controls
2:20 Second oscillator
2:40 CV control
3:37 Error out to signal in
4:06 Passive low pass filter
4:38 Left, right and stereo outs
5:04 Error threshold
6:43 Modes
7:19 Gentle tweaks
8:40 Internal patching
11:23 External smooth random CV
12:26 Adding left and right again
17:30 Mode 2
19:42 Mode 3
20:18 Mode 1

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