Showing posts with label Antimatter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Antimatter. Show all posts

Thursday, March 07, 2019

Antimatter Audio V3KT Quadraphonic Panner & Vector Mixer For Eurorack

Published on Mar 7, 2019 Perfect Circuit

"Antimatter Audio's V3KT can combine 4 inputs to 1 output, send 1 input to 4 outputs, or mix 4 inputs to 4 outputs. It is controlled by X and Y CV inputs which then generate 4 different CV outputs. When a joystick's X and Y CV outs are connected to the X and Y CV ins the V3KT becomes an intuitive panner/mixer, but of course other CV controls can be used to generate evolving mixes and sounds.

V3KT available here:"

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

New Antimatter Audio v3kt eurorack vector processor

Published on Dec 31, 2018 jeph Nor

via Antimatter

MAP: $199

"The V3KT is a 6hp 4-channel morphing vector mixer/quadraphonic panner with dedicated CV logic outs!

• Add vector synthesis, vector mixing, dynamic signal distribution, and quadraphonic panning of signals + CV sources to your synthesizer in just 6hp!

• Use LFOs, envelopes, sequencers, controllers, etc. to control the V3KT to generate unexpected patch animation from otherwise stale mixes.

• Upgrade your joystick/XY pad to a multi-function vector processor/controller! Combine various sources (synth voices, drum machines, radio, samples, spoken word, etc.), to create experimental morphing mixes.

• Create quadraphonic signal panning for surround performances. Distribute a signal to 4 separate effects (distortions, delays, filters, etc.), at modulated levels.

• Morph 4 oscillator waveform outputs to reproduce vintage vector synthesis techniques.

• Use as a CV re-distribution continuous logic center to re-imagine your existing CV sources. Utilize multiple inputs and outputs simultaneously in all modes to create complex, interactive patches."

Monday, March 26, 2018

Antimatter Audio Crossfold Wavefolder And Crossfader

Published on Mar 26, 2018 Perfect Circuit Audio

"The Antimatter Audio Crossfold is an 8 stage wavefolder that sounds great with all waveshapes, not just triangle waves like some folders, and features two crossfolders on the input and output. The crossfaders add great utility for dry/wet blending and mixing the two inputs as well as working as a VCA and a few other tricks. We used the Crossfold on a sequenced synth line, drone and to make a metallic percussion sound in this video, but there are many more things you could do with the crossfold.

Available here:"

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Friday, March 02, 2018

Antimatter Audio - Crossfold

Published on Mar 2, 2018 DivKidVideo

"Anitmatter Audio prove they're not messing around with design or tone with the Crossfold! A dual input crossfading, mega wide ranging wave folding, distorting, output VCAing module that just works beautifully and sounds great. With the range down there's a huge wide sweet spot of softer more "woody" folding and with the range up you've 8 stages of folding that will go from soft to aggressive and then some. There's a lot of TZFM (through zero frequency modulation) style tones to be had with this too. A great little gem for a system. As you can tell I'm impressed. Fire away with any comments / questions I'll be sure to reply. Cheers!"

Thursday, September 07, 2017

3 Modules #22: Maths, Brain Seed, µScale

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

"We all suspected Maths is evil. Now there's proof.

Patch notes:
I'm using Maths as a dual oscillator drone voice by cycling both functions at audio frequency rate. The "both" inputs are handy for this, as they let you change the rise and fall rates simultaneously, without altering the waveform. Unfortunately they don't track 1V/Oct, so I'm using channel 3 to attenuate the incoming pitch sequence to try to approach some semblance of musical intervals here. As you can see I'm also continuously tuning the oscillators via "the blue knobs"™, looking for interesting beating or harmonic intervals between the oscillators. Changing the rise or fall rate individually has the neat side effect of changing both pitch and harmonics (waveform) at the same time.

To control the drone pitch, I'm using brain seed to generate a stepped sequence. It's receiving a steady external clock to get the patch going. This sequence is then being quantized by the µScale, just to narrow down the random selection a bit (because Maths doesn't track pitch anyways, remember).

Finally, I've cheated in some extra delay and reverb here, to get that proper evil drone ambience going.

Thanks for watching!"

Monday, May 15, 2017

3 Modules #7: STO, Ears, Brain Seed

Published on May 15, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

"This one is pretty basic, but uses a neat trick with the STO to create amplitude modulation without the use of a VCA.

Patch notes:
Ears is used as a manual trigger. The gate output (which only fires on extra hard hits) is connected to the Brain Seed, cycling through a random eight step sequence. This sequence is quantized to a minor scale, and sent to STO's V/Oct input.

Ears' envelope output is sent to STO's "shape" input. When this parameter is at 0, the output is a sine wave in opposite phase of the dedicated sine wave output. This means that the two outputs cancel each other out when mixed directly. As Ears' envelope moves the shape parameter, it produces a change in amplitude as well as timbre, because it adds harmonics that aren't cancelled by the sine wave.

I'm using a Strymon Big Sky for some added delay/reverb.

Thanks for watching!"

All parts here.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

3 Modules #1: Maths, STO, Rings

Published on Apr 15, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

"My current eurorack setup looks like this:

Disregarding the 1U row, there are 10 separate modules. This means that there are a total of 120 different three-module combinations possible with my setup. In this video series I intend to explore each and every one of those combinations.

To start it all off: Here’s a drone piece featuring Maths, STO and Rings. I’m using a feedback loop through Rings, which is in «sympathetic strings» mode, over a low drone from the STO. And, of course, Maths provides some complex modulations of the sounds.

Patch illustration:

In principle, each patch will consist of only the three modules in the given combination. HOWEVER, the 1U row is «fair game». Some combinations may necessitate mixing, attenuation or an input clock signal, and this is why I won’t count the bottom row of utilities as separate modules. I’ll be happy to take requests as to which combinations to try out next."

Monday, March 20, 2017

Modular Ballet

Published on Mar 20, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

"Pleasant sounds from the FM mode on Rings. The arpeggios are generated with an attenuated white noise signal being sampled and quantized by the AntiMatter Brain Seed, which in turn is clocked by Maths (also self modulating the clock timing)."

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Intellijel Metropolis, Antimatter Brainseed, Doepfer vcdlfo / precision adder

Published on Aug 25, 2016 Zaphyd

"Modular Sequencing Roland SH 101 & Octave Cat"

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Two Synth Events at Control Voltage in Portland This Weekend

via Control Voltage

"Basic Synthesis 6: Voice Construction
Saturday, June 25th, 1-2pm, Free

Join us this Saturday for the final session in our current Basic Synthesis series - a set of recurring casual presentations usually held every-other Saturday, each an hour in length with ample time for questions. The purposs is to de-mystify the synthesizer piece-by-piece using the modular synth.

The session is all about building complete synthesizer voices with eurorack modules using a couple different manufactures as well as from keyboard synth makers like Moog, Arturia, Korg, Elektron, Novation and Dave Smith Instruments.
Presented by Joseph Pailo.

Control Voltage
3742 N Mississippi Ave, 97227
06/25/16 from 1-2pm

"Toppobrillo, Antimatter & Moffenzeef Demo
Sunday, June 26th, 2-3:30pm, Free

Control Voltage will be hosting a three-manufactuer demo by synth module manufacturers Toppobrillo Music Electronics of Oakland, CA, Antimatter Audio and Møffenzeef Mødular from Portland, OR!

Toppobrillo will be demonstrating the new Stereomix fully featured voltage controlled output mixer, the Triple Wavefolder waveshaper and the Quantimator multifunctional quantizer.

Antimatter Audio will demonstrate the Launch Codes compact trigger and gate sequencer, the Sub Ring mixer/sub octaves/ring mod/noise generator, and the Brain Seed CV recorder/generator.

And new manufacturer Møffenzeef Mødular will also be showing off his lo-fi digital drum module, the GMØ, along with the alternative firmwares: BØBCAT and MØNGREL.

After the demos, all three manufacturers will answer questions and provide hands on demonstrations.

Presented by Josh Thomas of Toppobrillo, Jeph Nor of Antimatter Audio and Ross Fish of Moffenzeef.

Control Voltage
3742 N Mississippi Ave, 97227
06/26/16, 2-3:30pm

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Brain Seed - 3 Keyboard Patches

Brain Seed - 3 Keyboard Patches from jeph Nor on Vimeo.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Cacti - Modular Performance

Published on Apr 19, 2016 anthony burchell

"This is the Mutable Rings being sequenced by the Antimatter Brain Seed which is being clocked by the metropolis that is controlling the z3000 bass. The elements is getting a copy of the pitch cv from the metropolis and its fm is being modulated by the pressure points going through the Intellijel µscale quantizer."

Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Intellijel Metropolis, Antimatter Brainseed and Mutable Instruments Elements in FM mode

Published on Feb 2, 2016 Zaphyd

"Metropolis, Elements, Brainseed, VCDLFO, Jdxi"

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Metropolis, Elements, Brain Seed, VCDLFO

Published on Sep 22, 2015 zaphid

Monday, September 07, 2015

Micro Ion Analysis - Self generating soundscape

Published on Sep 7, 2015 A Box In The Sea

"I don't own a sequencer per se. The closest I have is the Brain Seed which has the option to be controlled and triggered by CV. I have nothing against self generating patches but I feel more like a programmer rather than playing with expression. So while the patch is generative I'm controlling (tonally) it and Alchemy with the Linnstrument which allows for the most amazing 3D expression.

Nebulae, Braids, Phonogene, Clouds, Ultra Random Analog, 3 Sisters, Brain Seed, G8, Alchemy, Soundscaper and the Linnstrument."

Mini Modular test

Published on Sep 7, 2015 zaphid

Mini Modular test 2

Sunday, July 05, 2015

severence // harmonic clouds patch

Published on Jul 5, 2015 severence

"// early experiments with the verbos electronics harmonic oscillator and mutable instruments clouds

// modules used in this patch

verbos electronics harmonic oscillator
mutable instruments clouds
steady state fate ultra-random analog + quantum rainbow II
nonlinearcircuits sloth
antimatter audio brain seed
make noise maths
toppobrillo quantimator
intellijel planar
addac802 quintet mixing console"

Wednesday, April 08, 2015

dirty dirty voltage

Published on Apr 8, 2015 SunFallsMusic

"Exploring the wonder that is the AntiMatter Audio Brain Seed eurorack module.
Here, Brain Seed is 'seeding' Braids quadT oscillator which is growling away. With TipTop Audio Circadian Rhythms driving the whole patch."

Friday, October 24, 2014

Clocked Multiples

Published on Oct 24, 2014 MrSharps02

"testing out the expert sleepers disting as a clock multiplier in its clocked lfo mode. sync pulses provided by ableton, then multiplied 4x by the disting to be used for sequencing via the metropolis, pressure points / brains combo, and antimatter brain seed. i need to get a better camera."

Friday, September 26, 2014

Friday Afternoon

Published on Sep 26, 2014 drumasaurusrex

"Set Matlab loose on a large dataset and carved out some time for a patch. Generator is making the FM sounds; pitch from BrainSeed. Edges is playing slow notes with pitch CV from ADDAC complex random."

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