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Showing posts with label Nekyia Circuits. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nekyia Circuits. Show all posts

Friday, June 28, 2024

Patching with Frap Tools and Nekyia Circuits eurorack modules

video upload by Stazma

"Today I'll build a 104hp skiff with 'West Coast' oriented modules by Frap Tools and Nekyia Circuits and make a few patches with it.

Sorry for the video quality, not sure what happened when filming but the light is weird (I mean more than usual hahaha).

Have fun!"

00:00 Intro
01:45 Building the system
10:09 Patch 1 West Coast Voice
13:58 Patch 2 Buchla bongo
18:09 Patch 3 Classic Mono Voice
20:05 Patch 4 Filter Pings
22:39 Patch 5 Both Coast Voice
26:55 End Talk & Jam

Thursday, May 02, 2024

3 cool things to do with LFOs & analogue logic, feat. Nekyia Circuits Obsidian

video upload by Tom Churchill

"This video is about using analogue logic to do interesting things with basic LFOs. The module I’m using is the Nekyia Circuits Obsidian, which is a pair of identical LFOs with a built-in analogue logic section - and of course you can achieve similar results with other modules too."

00:00 Intro and patch previews
02:33 Logic for melodic sequences
08:17 Logic for wonky rhythms
13:01 Logic for complex modulation

Monday, February 26, 2024

Acid, pings & alien voices | Nekyia Circuits Root Locus VCF

video upload by Tom Churchill

"Root Locus is an analogue filter from Nekyia Circuits, a new manufacturer based in Greece. It’s a 12dB/octave multimode design that’s based on the classic Serge VCFQ - but it adds a couple of unique twists, like the two audio inputs with a voltage-controlled crossfader, and a variable mode output with CV input.

In this video, I explore some of the weird and wonderful things you can do with it. A lot of these techniques can be applied to other filters too - you might just need one or two extra modules in some cases - so as always, you’ll hopefully get some ideas you can apply to whatever you’re using."

via Nekyia Circuits

"Root Locus is an analog 12dB/octave multimode filter, based on the CGS512 VCFQ filter. It adds a dual input crossfading mixer with gain control and a variable mode output with cv control for sweeps between filter modes, aiming for an extensive tonal variety! It also features a Ping input that allows for an impressively wide variety of percussive sounds. The sub range switch makes it a very versatile CV filter too, able to filter control voltages as well as transforming it to an interesting quadrature LFO while in self oscillation."

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