Showing posts with label Audio Damage. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Audio Damage. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 01, 2023

5 patches with AXON 2 and REPLICANT 2

video upload by DATABROTH

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00:00 Eclectic Hastening
02:00 Praxis
03:12 Matrix Manipulating
04:41 Collectivized Mechanism
06:21 Signifier"

Saturday, October 21, 2023

October 21, 2023

video upload by Chris Randall

Chris Randall of Audio Damage and the Sequential Prophet-10.

Wednesday, August 16, 2023

Gemmy Baghead

"Test sequence with K-teck Gem Max4Live plug. Sequencing AudioDamage Phosphor3 and Spectral resonators drom ABleton"

Friday, August 11, 2023

Fan of Color

video upload by nbor

"A very low key meditation on color and sinusoids. A complex surface is rendered from sine waves, accompanied by a downtempo track. Graphics generated in @cycling74com Jitter. Audio uses @AudioDamageInc Continua and @madrona-labs Aalto."

Wednesday, March 08, 2023

Audio Damage Releases AD056 Replicant 3

via Audio Damage


Replicant 3 is the latest version of our popular Replicant series, which began with the release of the original Replicant in 2007. With its intuitive interface and powerful sound design capabilities, this innovative tool empowers you to enhance your audio creations and bring your artistic vision to life.

Replicant 3 offers a wide range of features that allow you to manipulate audio in exciting new ways. You can use the built-in sequencer to create custom rhythmic patterns that let you you loop, reverse, and re-slice audio in real-time, while applying delay, filter, panning, ring modulation, and bit-crushing effects.

From dance music to hip hop to experimental to IDM, Replicant is perfect for taking your audio creations to new realms. With its powerful features and intuitive interface, you can create complex rhythmic patterns, glitch effects, and intricate textures. Try Replicant 3 today and you might be amazed at the new possibilities that this innovative tool opens up for your music production and sound design.

Rewritten from bare metal to take advantage of advances in DSP since the original was released.
Replicant 3 includes an all-new, easier-to-understand GUI.
REPLICATOR engine now has arbitrary number of steps, from 3 to 16 per measure, and SIZE control has multiple size modes, from dotted notes through to nontuplets
Along with the original STUTTER slice effect, Replicant 3 acquires DELAY, REDUKT, and RINGMOD slice effects.
Event FX now includes ENVELOPE feature, for cross-fading slices.
Manual trigger (for touchscreens) and MIDI trigger for full non-sequenced control of the slicing engine.
Our new-style preset manager, featuring XML-based cross-platform/format presets.

Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Thanks Radio

video upload by nbor

"Precipitous placement of a glass of pinot notwithstanding, I've been working with loopers and the @buchlausa Easel command. After struggling with some less desirable results, I listened to the magic of KFJC radio and it gave me some new direction. Drum sounds created on the Buchla, sampled into the @bitwig drum machine, sequenced with the Hawtin script for the Fire. I'm controlling four instances of @AudioDamageInc Enso with a Livid Minim (off screen)."

Friday, December 30, 2022

Thin Ice

video upload by nbor

"Affected by the stormy end of year, I made this track late on a cold night. 'Thin Ice' is a simple composition with complex sounds. The sounds of breaking ice are played with MPE in @AudioDamageInc Quanta 2 granular synth. @ArturiaOfficial SEM V2 synth provides a dark background, played on the LEM218. A simple generative melody from Bitwig haunts the @buchlausa Easel Command. All treated with a liberal dose of effects. Really, though, you should hear this in quad!"

Thursday, August 25, 2022

Audio Damage Quanta 2: Granular Goodness

video upload by Red Means Recording

"Get Quanta 2 here:"

New User Interface
The user interface has been cleaned up, modernized, and given panels for clarity and to accommodate new controls.

Modulation Assignment Reworked
We have replaced the matrix mod assign panel with a right-click context menu like those found in Continua and Phosphor 3. In addition, the controls now have indicators to show modulation.

Additional VA Oscillator
Quanta 2 has two virtual analog oscillators instead of the single one in the original. Use one for a sub bass, send both to the grain engine, granularize one and leave the other normal -- whatever floats your boat!

Root Note Detection And Assignment
When you drop a sample on Quanta 2, or load it via the import dialogue, Quanta 2 attempts to find the root note of the sample. (This obviously works better on legato single notes than it does on chords or full music loops.) After the import, you can adjust the root note to taste.

Grain Pitch Quantization
You can optionally limit grain pitches to particular notes. This quantizing is post-modulation, so any randomization or mod applied to grain tuning will be quantized to the scale of your choosing. Quantizing respects the tuning table or MTS-ESP tuning as well.

Quanta now has a chorus, stereo dual delay, and reverb taken from the Audio Damage library of studio effects.

New Modulation Features
The envelope generators and LFOs have been extensively improved. The FEGs pick up amplitude and time scale knobs, and the FLFOs get amplitude control, switchable bipolar output, and a sync switch which causes FLFO 2 to reset whenever FLFO 1 restarts. In addition, four Macro knobs have been added to the modulation panel, and these can receive a global MIDI CC assignment, thus allowing you to control the macros from the MIDI controller of your choice, no matter what the author of the preset chose.

Quanta 1 Preset Loading
Quanta 2 contains every preset from Quanta 1, and every post-release pack we have commissioned, as well as new preset packs from Red Means Recording and Red Sky Lullaby, and created in house. In addition, Quanta 2 will load any preset created for Quanta 1. If you have made presets for Quanta 1, just drag the folder in to the Quanta 2 preset user folder, and they will appear in Quanta 2 ready to go to work.

Sunday, July 17, 2022

Pipa Vocal Synth on Custom NuEVI - Mark Steiner

video upload by Mark Steiner

Monday, February 14, 2022

White Sky by Baghead

"Guitar samples with slow whammy bar down and back into 3 instances of Audio Damage Enso Loopers, those into Other Desert Cities, MangleVerb plugins, drums by Microtonic and lead from Buchla Easel thru H9 Phantom Verb Preset"

Monday, August 30, 2021

Audio Damage Releases Other Desert Cities Multi-Algorithm Delay Plug-In

Other Desert Cities by Audio Damage (Walkthrough and Demo) video upload by Red Means Recording

"Other Desert Cities is the new delay, echo, and diffusion plugin from Audio Damage. In this video, we'll take a look and listen to all its different modes and moods."

Thank you to Audio Damage for partnering with me on this video.

Check it out here:

00:00 Intro
01:28 Algorithm walkthrough
08:18 On drums
09:25 On lofi loops
10:36 On guitar
13:37 Full mix
14:20 Conclusion


via Audio Damage

"Other Desert Cities, named after a famous sign on the I-10 highway leaving Los Angeles, is a workshop for creativity. As its namesake implies, there are many strange and wonderful things lurking inside. With six algorithms, each with its own unique personality, and extensive modulation capabilities, Other Desert Cities can fill multiple niches, from basic stereo dual delays to never-before-heard granular pitch-shifting chaos."

Tuesday, July 06, 2021

Yamaha CP25 + Audio Damage ENSO looper.

video upload by Joseph McGinty

"Just having a little improv with the Yamaha CP25 and the Audio Damage ENSO looper. It's a bit loose and sloppy, but I was holding the camera with my left hand and trying to demonstrate the different sounds available.

The CP25 was originally sold back in 1981, and is fully electronic, not electro-mechanical, like a Rhodes or a Wurlitzer. Still, you can get pretty close to a Rhodes or a Wurli, and you can also get some cool clavinet, harpsichord, organ and vibe sounds.

Drums are a simple loop from the AudioThing SR-88, an inexpensive drum machine plug-in. Recorded straight into my phone camera.


Monday, April 26, 2021

"Blackhole" industrial techno jam on ipad (no talking)

video by michael nervOus

"Using drum computer as a the midi trigger and korg wave as the sound source to create this industrial sound. I named the jam blackhole because of the visuals.

Apps Used:
Drumcomputer by Sugar Bytes
Korg Electribe Wave
Moog Model 15
Mixbox by Ikmultimedia
Eventide Ultratapdelay
Scatterbrain by Brambos
Replicant2 by audio damage

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Tuesday, April 06, 2021

Patina of Purity

video by nbor

"After spending sometime making some presets for sonicLAB Fundamental (a very unusual activity, as you bathe in sine waves), I wondered how they might fit into a musical piece. I joined an odd patch with Audio Damage Phosphor and Arturia Buchla Easel V as they seemed appropriate. Phosphor is all additive synthesis of sine tones, and the Buchla Easel is just....great. I enjoy the contrast of the chaos from Fundamental and slow tones from the others. Overdubs played on t.he Sensel Morph, using MPE"

Friday, March 26, 2021

Small Systems Patches #1 - Drone, Delay & Feedback

video by Abstract Data

"The first, in what will hopefully be, an ongoing series of jams based around small modular systems. This drone, delay and feedback patch takes three different waveform outputs from a single VCO and feeds them into a combination of filters and wave folders. These signals are mixed together and then split into two separate channels where one is the output signal and the other is used as a feedback path running via delay and reverb and then fed back into the mix. These modules are then modulated using combinations of LFO and looped S&H.

You can check out the rig for this patch here:​

Modules used (from L to R): Abstract Data ADE-32 Octocontoller; ADE-33 Event Boss; ADE-60 4:4 Mix Utility; ADE-50 3x VCA; / Intellijel Dixie II; uFold; uVCF; / Audio Damage Dub Jr MK2; / 2HP Verb; / Doepfer A-18-2 Multiple.

Case: 4MS 64X Pod; / Sequencer: Arturia BeatStep Pro; / Additional delay and reverb from Source Audio Collider.

Patch was recorded to a Tascam DR-05 recorder and mixed in Logic Pro X."

Friday, January 01, 2021

Audio Damage ADM17 Proton DEMO - No EFX - Karplus-Strong Tuned Delay Line Physical Modelling Synth


"This is a demonstration video of the rare Audio Damage ADM17. The ADM-17 was triggered by the Korg/Arp 2600 3620 keyboard sequencer. No effects were used, this is the sound of the direct output from the Proton. Adjusting the Decay, Imp Filter, Imp Decay, Damping and Sub controls produces a wide range of sound, from crisp FM-like bass sounds, to very ragged aggressive tones. All with just the one module, no additional filtering or processing is using. Even more can be accomplished by using the CV inputs for the various controls to animate the sound. But just clean and dry this is a pretty impressive stand alone Eurorack synth module.
I purchased the unit second hand and have difficultly with getting the unit to boot up. The ADM17 has a microprocessor, and 9/10 times it will not power up. When it does, the front panel blue LED flashes, and you are in business. I supplied an external gate and pitch CV from the 3620, but you do not need anything to make sounds (when it is working), just press the front panel manual trigger button. I tried using the unit as a stand alone delay, but the delay time is very short. Good for synthesis, not so good for effects.
I wish this unit was still in production, and there was more information available. There is a USB port on the unit for software updates as well.
This is a very powerful unit, I would think it would be in more racks if people had a chance to hear what the unit is capable of."

Wednesday, December 02, 2020

Abstract - Jazzy IDM - Sequenced Live Looping, Linnstrument, Expressive Touche, Rhodes, Prophet 10

Analog Industries

"I've been working on a live performance rig for a hot minute now, and I think I've finally settled on this combo, or something in this neighborhood. (I may replace the Rhodes with a Novation Summit or other live performance synth, as the Rhodes is borderline road-worthy.)

Anyhow, this video is a proof-of-concept of the rig. Multiple sequenced live loopers in Bitwig Studio (Audio Damage Enso, in this case looping the bassline and the main Rhodes chords), controlled from a Nektar Panorama P1. Linnstrument and Expressive-E Touche providing controller duties. The synth line you hear me playing is the Prophet 10 Rev 4; I'm converting the CC from the Touche in to controller CC for the Prophet on the fly using Bitwig's excellent Modulators.


Monday, November 23, 2020

Using MPE in @Audio Damage, Inc. Quanta & Continua with the Sensel Morph [Tutorial]


Using MPE in @Audio Damage, Inc. Continua with the Sensel Morph [Tutorial]

See the Sensel Aalto video here.

Saturday, June 13, 2020

MEGAfm: real-time sound design (movin sliders) - patches 50-60

Morning Strategy

"Watch (and listen) to the creation of the first 10 (11?) patches in a bank that will be released for the Twisted Electrons MEGAfm synth.

0:00 - 50
0:24 - 51
3:44 - 52
5:14 - 53
7:49 - 54
9:45 - 55
11:38 - 56
13:55 - 57
15:20 - 59
17:04 - 58
18:43 - 60

Klevgrand Korvpressor and Audio Damage EOS2 reverb on the MEGAfm. Klevgrand Grand Finale on the master. Octatrack is handling drums and sequencing of the MEGAfm and Moog Subharmonicon on bass."

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Wavparty - Free Audio Damage Neuron Sample Pack

Published on May 18, 2020 wavparty

"Download the Neuron sample pack for free at Wavparty:"


Patch n Tweak
Switched On Make Synthesizer Evolution Vintage Synthesizers Creating Sound Fundlementals of Synthesizer Programming Kraftwerk

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