MATRIXSYNTH: 5 Jams using the Bin Seq 8-step trigger/gate sequencer from Noise Engineering

Saturday, June 17, 2023

5 Jams using the Bin Seq 8-step trigger/gate sequencer from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Check out these 5 Jams using the Bin Seq 8-step trigger/gate Eurorack sequencer. We hope these jams will inspire you to think of new ways to patch.

0:05 Jam 1
0:38 Jam 2
1:12 Jam 3
1:56 Jam 4
2:53 Jam 5

More info on Bin Seq:

Jam 1: The Bin Seq's switches have three positions: off, short gate, or tied gate. I used the tied gates mostly in this patch. The gates open up the CV on the BIA's Algorthim, Spread, and Decay inputs.

Jam 2: With the Quantus Ampla in attenuate mode, we can generate those ducking effects while toggling Bin Seq's switches. Plus, when you toggle off a switch, it affects the triggers going into the Mimetic Digitalis, which creates pauses in the sequence.

Jam 3: Here, we're using the Mimetic Digitalis as a random gate sequencer that resets the Bin Seq. This creates some really quirky patterns as you toggle the switches.

Jam 4: Yes, there are 8 switches, but you don't have to use all of them all the time! We created a 4-step pattern here and paired it up with the Pons Asinorum 4-channel voltage-controlled envelope for some really fun playability.

Jam 5: You can hear the difference between the short gates and tied gates when toggling the switches. We also have a slight warble going into the delay lines on the Imitor Versio from the Pons Asinorum."

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