Showing posts with label KRISP1. Show all posts
Showing posts with label KRISP1. Show all posts

Saturday, February 24, 2024

Time Corridors

video upload by John L Rice

"And another "modular Tetris" rearrangement session which led to some keyboard noodling which lead to a recording which lead to a video which lead to the need to add a lot more parts and video editing which lead to the reality that I have much more important things to be doing which caused me to stop where I was at which is why all you get is this unfinished thing! 😅

Modules used:
Oakley/Krisp1 - Slim VCO B, Diode Superladder VCF, Flanger/Chorus
STG - Envelope
Moon - 569 sequencer
Corsynth - C102 VC LFO
Grove Audio - PM Resonator
Modcan - Quantizer 55B
Marienberg - Sine Phase VCO
Club Of The Knobs - C1660 VC Phase Processor

Expressive E - Osmose

Strymon - BigSky, Timeline, Mobius
Lexicon - MX400"

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

The Never Ending Battle

video upload by John L Rice

"Another quick post reconfiguration doddle. ;-)

Modules used:
Oakley/Krisp1 - Slim VCO B, Diode Superladder VCF
STG - Envelope
Moon - 569 sequencer
Corsynth - C102 VC LFO
Grove Audio - PM Resonator
Modcan - Quantizer 55B
Marienberg - Sine Phase VCO

Expressive E - Osmose

Strymon - BigSky, Timeline
Lexicon - MX400"

Sunday, January 28, 2024

Quick Test Patch After Successfully Repairing My Modcan Control 66B

video upload by John L Rice

"All 4 channels of the Modcan 66B go into two Modcan 55B quantizers to provide CV and gates to 4 voices (Synth Tech VCOs, Moon VCFs, Oakley/Krisp14u VCAs, Club Of The Knobs EGs, and Strymon + Lexicon effects. Recorded on iPad Pro."

Tuesday, October 17, 2023

Sequencer Therapy - October 17 2023

video upload by John L Rice

"I just felt like playing with a sequence for my peace of mind. Not as good as hugging a dog, but better than nothing! 🤓😁 Klee sequencer built by Megaohm Audio is shown. Off screen the usual modules: Synth Tech MOTM-300 VCOs, MOTM-380 LFO, Moon 517 VCF, Oakley/Krisp1 VCAs, STG Envelopes, Modcan 55B quantizer and 73B delay, Club Of The Knobs C969 clock, Strymon and Lexicon reverb. #modularsynth #sequencer #electronicmusic"

Tuesday, September 19, 2023

The Room Outside Of Time 2

video upload by John L Rice

"A quick one I should have spent more time on, and also should NOT have spent ANY time on, but I wanted to record a bit of it for the memories! 😅

Unlike a lot of my recent complex sequencer experiments this one only uses 5 steps of a single row of one Moon 569 sequencer! The CV out is patched into a Synth Tech E102 Quad Temporal Shifter (shift register) and the 4 outputs go to 4 voices, each consisting of a MOTM-300 VCO, saw out to a Happy Nerding FM AID, to a Moon 517 VCF and finally to a Oakley Dual VCA. VCF and VCA modulation was from a Club Of The Knobs C911P poly EG and the FM AIDs and VCFs got additional modulation from a Krisp1 OCTO LFO. Effects are from the usual Strymon BigSky and Timeline pedals and Lexicon MX400 rack. I used the Roland A-88 keyboard to transpose the sequence via a MOTM-650 module and the bassy-lead was played on an Expressive E Osmose keyboard."

Thursday, September 07, 2023

The Room Outside Of Time

video upload by John L Rice

"Similar to several of the recent sequencer demos I've posted, but different.

The 569 sequencer is again in 2x16 mode and using the same tuning as the last few videos. The difference this time is I patched two gate outputs from the 569EGB rows 1 and 2 into the two 564 sequential switches and then patched all 8 outputs, 4 each, from the 564 switches into rows 1 and 2 of the 569ES. The 564 switches are shifted by the 554 Octal Clock divider, which is normal'd to the Corsynth C102 LFO which is the master clock and also is shifting the 569.

The sequenced voice is a single Martin Jan Koehler VCO, the Tidal Modulator, which is a 5U version of Mutable Instruments Tides module. All four outputs get voiced separately but at the same time with 1/2 of a Moon 517 VCF, 1/2 of an Oakely Dual VCA, and 1/5 of a Club Of The Knobs C911P poly EG. Each voice goes to a separate input of the Allen & Heath MixWizard and panned evenly across the stereo field. A Krisp1 OCTO LFO modulates 4 of the Tidal Modulator's parameters.

The solo voice is a Roland Integra7 played via a Roland A-88 keyboard.

Effects used are the usual Strymon BigSky and Timeline pedals and the Lexicon MX400."

Thursday, June 08, 2023

Some Random Osmose Noodling With Simple Sequence

video upload by John L Rice

"Just messing around with my Osmose keyboard while a simple modular sequence plays. The Osmose patch was called snared and the modules for the sequence were an MOTM-300 VCO, Oakley/Krisp1 Dual VCA, and a STG Envelope. #electronicmusic #modularsynth #expressiveeosmose"

Monday, May 01, 2023

The Lost Portal 2

video upload by John L Rice

Sequenced Voice:
Moon Modular: 569 sequencer, 517 VCF
Synth Tech: MOTM-300 VCO
Happy Nerding: FM AID
Oakley: Dual VCA
Krisp1: OCTO LFO

Drone Voice 1:
Dove Audio: WTF VCO
Oakley: Croglin VCF
Krisp1: OCTO LFO

Drone Voice 2:
Moon Modular: 569 sequencer
Synthetic Sound Labs: Scat Talker

Dream Cymbals: MBao tuned gongs

Strymon: BigSky and Timeline pedals
Lexicon: M400
Allen & Heaath: MixWizard 20S

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

Time Is Our Master, Be Like Water

video upload by John L Rice

"Another quick one for fun, thanks for watching! :-)

Gear used:
Martin Jan Koehler: Tidal Modulator (mutable Instruments Tides clone)
Krisp1: OCTO LFO
Moon Modular: two 526 mixers and two 517 VCFs
Yamaha: FS1R
Mellotron: M4000D Rack
Roland: Integra7 and A-88
Strymon: BigSky and Timeline
Lexicon: MX400
Allen & Heath: MixWizard 20S
Canon: C100 MkII camera and CNE 20mm lense"

Monday, November 07, 2022

Impromptu Polysynth Chords

video upload by John L Rice

"Modular Polysynth: 1 x Synth Tech MOTM-650 MIDI to CV
4 x Synth Tech MOTM-300 VCOs
4 x Happy Nerding FM AIDs
2 x Moon 517 dual VCFs
2 x Oakley/Krisp1 dual VCAs
1 x Club Of The Knobs C911P poly EG
1 x Mutable Instruments/Martin Jan Koehler Tides/Tidal Modulator

Other Polysynths:
Mellotron M4000D
Yamaha FS1R

Strymon Timeline Delay
Strymon BigSky Reverb
Lexicon M400 Reverb

Thanks for watching! :-)"

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Shift Register Shenanigans With The Synth Tech E102 And Friends

video upload by John L Rice

"A quick video of some shift register experiments for fun! And yes, the E102 is a Eurorack module temporarily mounted in my largest 5U system, one day I'll properly re-panel it! ;-)

0:00 Beginning
0:18 Frère Jacques Basics
2:48 Frère Jacques Randomized
5:00 Frère Jacques In Disguise
7:52 End

Gear Used:
Synthesis Technology - E102, MOTM-300, MOTM-380
Moon Modular - 569, 569EGB, 564, 565, 565D, 517, 592
Happy Nerding - FM AID, Super Sawtor
Oakley Sound - Dual VCA
Krisp1 - OCTO
STG Sound Labs - Envelope
Club Of The Knobs - C915
Modcan - Control 66B - Q125, Q961
Strymon - BigSky
Lexicon - MX400
Allen & Heath MixWizard 20S
Tascam SD-20M flash recorder
Canon C100 MkII camera
Canon CN-E 20mm lens
PC running Windows 10 Pro
Sony Vegas Pro 13 NLE

I recommend downloading the Synthesis Technology E102 PDF document to get a better understanding of all the fantastic features it has:

As always, thank you for watching, rating, following, and commenting! 🥳
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Friday, July 16, 2021

Berlin School Electronica // Gotharman meets 5U Marienberg & Oakley Modular Synth


"Gotharman's Little Deformer 3, Gotharman's PolySpaze and my Marienberg + Oakley 5U Modular Synthesizer are having little Berlin School kind of synth jam session.

First, I patched up a typical analog synth sound with my 5U Marienberg/Oakley Modular Synth, which let me transpose the VCO and add fast FM with two switches.

I then programmed a 4 note sequence on Gotharman's Little Deformer 3 and sent it to the Modular via the CV.OCD MIDI to CV converter, which is easier for musical CV sequencing than the Deformer's own CV outputs.

The Linnstrument MIDI controller triggers the red Gotharman PolySpaze polysynth, which plays a morphable pad sound. Very simple, no MPE, etc. All audio goes into the Little Deformer 3, where it is mixed with the LD3's own sounds and processed with delay and granular audio FX.

On the LD3 there are three percussive parts playing and another 5 step sequence, which I fade in around the middle or so. All sounds can be muted, volume-controlled and even modulated with the mappable fron panel knobs. Of course, I also created a second morph layer, with a slightly different melody and changed FX settings, that produce more glitchiness and also tighter delay FX.

It was fun :) Let me know if you have questions in the comments below! Thanks for watching!

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Thursday, April 01, 2021


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"This music took some days to develop. I wanted to make it somewhat more interesting using chord changes. It starts with a sequence with a voice containing the OSC HRM and the Krisp1 TZ Oscillators. Then the self built Modular comes in with a sequence which has random ratcheting. After that a voice from the DSI Mopho is heard. Then the Tom Oberheim SEM and the Expert Sleepers Disting are introduced which both play the same sequence. After that the Rings delivers some pluckiness. A string sound from the JD-800 is added and then the Bass from the Modular comes in. A sequence on the Moog Prodigy is started and a phrase on the Korg ARP Odyssey is played. All these instruments are sequenced by the Cirklon. After a while I play the chords on the Polymoog and a solo on the Minimoog.

The music is recorded live to multi-track and mixed afterwards in Studio One. Only tracks from the live recording are used.

This track will also be available on Bandcamp soon."

Tuesday, March 02, 2021

CC JP6 and LWSS Discrete Ladder filter

video by Patrik Ringholm

"A spontaneous comparison between the Conjured circuits JP6 filter (Lower keybed), and the Lower West Side Studio Discrete Ladder filter (Upper keybed). Oscillators for the JP6 are three Corsynth Oddyseys, and for the Discrete Ladder filter three Dotcom Q106.
Drums from a Fantom G8, and bass from two Q106, passing through a krisp1 Overdrive II and a Q150 filter."

Monday, September 14, 2020

Test Equipment Drone Hp pulse generator 8011a/8015a + Wavetek Model 30 + Sanyo Mc-1 + Mod Duo

Riccardo Pietroni

"Test Equipment Drone
Hp pulse generator 8011a/8015a + Wavetek Model 30 + Sanyo Mc-1 + Mod Duo + Krisp1 Triple Lpg 5u"

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Creepy 5U Modular Synthesizer Sounds (Marienberg Devices + Oakley by Krisp1) #TTNM

Published on May 12, 2020 THE TUESDAY NIGHT MACHINES

"Here’s a creepy, multitrack noise music jam in stereo, patched around the Marienberg Devices VC Multimode Filter A and VC Envelope Generator B modules.


My goal was to play my 5U Modular Synth on its own, which can be challenging as I don’t have any traditional sequencers in there. Right now I don’t even have a regular 5U VCA. But, thanks to the Marienberg ADSR’s multitude of gate outputs and a mixer, I could patch a simple CV sequencer together. The Marienberg Multimode VCF is not just used as a regular filter, but also as an analog FM Operator, thanks to its nice sine wave and pitch tracking. The VCO and utilities are Oakley MU and MOTM modules by Krisp1 and the reverb is a large Klangbau Köln Spring Reverb."

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Exploring The Dove Audio WTF Oscillator

Published on Oct 19, 2019 John L Rice

More info at:

0:00 - Beginning
0:22 - Intro : Features List
2:03 - Section 1: Basic Sounds, Control Usage, Single Window
5:21 - Section 2: Dual Versus Single Window
7:29 - Section 3A: Modulation Of Front Or Width
8:06 - Section 3B: Modulation Of Front, Width, And Rear
8:52 - Section 4A: Modulation Of Front And Rear
9:50 - Section 4B: Modulation Of Front, Width, And Rear (reverb)
13:44 - Section 5A: Frequency Modulation
16:55 - Section 5B: Previous Plus Filtering (reverb)
19:35 - Section 5C: Previous Plus Sequenced Melody
20:21 - Section 6A: Modulation Of Front, Width, And Rear (reverb)
21:32 - Section 6B: Previous With FM Added
27:38 - Section 6C: Previous With Sequenced Melody Added
29:49 - Section 6D: Previous With VCF/VCA Added (little or no FM)
32:02 - End

Equipment Used:
Dove Audio WTF Oscillator
Krisp1 OCTO-Osc LFO
Synth Tech MOTM-320 LFO
Synth Tech MOTM-380 LFO
Moon Modular 517 VCF
Moon Modular 569 Sequencer
Moon Modular 565, 565D Quantizer
STG Soundlabs Envelope
Grove Audio Quad VCA
Strymon BigSky and Timeline pedals
Lexicon MX400

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Exploring The Cursus Iteritas Magnus

Published on Sep 29, 2019 John L Rice

"This is such a versatile oscillator and can produce simple pure tones to very rich complex ones! Its output is great for filter using subtractive synthesis techniques but I didn't use ANY filters in this video at all, just lots of modulation sources and reverb/delay effects.

Gear used in this video (at least what I can recall at the moment):
Noise Engineering: Cursus Iteritas Magnus
Krisp1: OCTO-Osc
Marienberg Devices: VC Sine Phase Oscillator
Club Of The Knobs C969
Synth Tech: MOTM 320, 380, 650
Moon Modular: 569 x 2, 569LE, 592, 565
Strymon: BigSky, Timeline
Lexicon: MX400
Roland: A-88
Allen Heath: MixWizard 20S
Canon: C100 MkII cameras and CN-E lenses
Sony: Vegas Pro 13"

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Sand Blind

Published on Sep 22, 2019 davidryle

"5U Large Format Modular Synthesizer. This self-playing piece is structured around a simple sequence from the Q960 step sequencer.
It is generating a seven step "circle of fifths".
There are three VCO's - Synthetic Sound Labs Double-DekaUltrasonic VCO, an SSL VCO through a 5-Pulser and a trio of Mos Lab 901's and 904-B filter.
The DDVCO is tuned to the low root, the Mos Lab's are tuned to a ninth above and the SSL is a fifth above that. The mix from a STG Soundlabs mixer is then run to an Empress reverb in modulation mode and a TC Electronic tape delay DSP from the D-Two rack delay.
A secondary voice from the Sputnik West Coast Random Source module to a FSFX Braids in Harmonic mode is the detuned sliding discordant background melody. It has a slew integrator FM modulation to give it the slowly bending pitch effect. Timbre and Color are modulated from the WCRS as well. It is further flanged by an SSL Digital Delay.
Several filters (dotcom Q107, STG Sea Devils, Yusynth Arp 4072 and a Mega Ohm Audio CdS) are being pinged by various envelopes - some looping. They are STG Soundlabs EG, Q109's and Oakley Sound Labs VCADSR (Krisp1 build).
A pair of STG Voltage Mini Stores are producing a rapid loop step sequence to a pair of Q106's which come and go in the background.
There are a couple of noise pads in the background. One is from a pink noise to an Oakley VCSVF in band pass which is modulated from the WCRS and an LFO then on to a Strymon Blue Sky pedal. The other is a quick fluttering high white noise sound through an Encore frequency shifter (which is pitch modulated from a Q960 sequencer) and then sent to a Jurgen Haible Tau "Pipe" Phaser.
Further gate and LFO timing is handled with the Moon Modular M563 Trigger Sequencer, the SSL V-Gates, a pair of Q962 Sequential Switches and Q961 Interfaces.
Other modular delays involved are the Modcan 73B Dual Delay and a custom Behringer DD400 digital delay."

Friday, July 26, 2019

Cow Test

Published on Jul 25, 2019 John L Rice

"Test footage that I decided to upload to my channel since I haven't uploaded much over the last year! It's just a single voice being sequenced on my largest modular synth, details below:

Dove Audio WTF VCO
Moon Modular 517 VCF and 502D VCA
STG Soundlabs Envelope Generator
Moon Modular 569 + 569ESB + 569EGB sequencer
Moon Modular 565 + 565E quantizer setup
Lexicon MX400 effects rack
Strymon Engineering BigSky and Timeline effects pedals"

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