Monday, March 11, 2024


video upload by Cinematic Laboratory

"The latest Soma Digest (16) had a link to a #Pulsar23 'diode' experiment by Conatus Modulari from Rotterdam, NL. I am not sure how many of you own a Pulsar, but I see it shine at many live gigs by many people, and recently Johno Wells dedicated a whole show to it. Anyway, this 'diode' trick is amazing. Basically you'd combine an LFO with a Clock, LFO patched to the right side, Clock to the Left. Also clock the LFO with something. Then, patch/pinch/clip another line from the Clock side to your kick trigger and adjust to taste. I don't know how it works, I just know I love it. It reminds me of euclidian rhythms, but there's no code, no logic, just analog magic.
There's a video to Conatus' video where he explains how it works so I can just jam and experiment with the Buchla keys."

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