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Friday, December 11, 2015

Introducing the Folktek "Matter" Eurorack Module

Published on Dec 11, 2015 Sir Folktek

"Matter - the first Eurorack module by Folktek. Available on

Here it's played as a drum synth to create little sounds and big sound.
This video is a little pointless as a visual and better treated as a sound presentation of Matter. Matter has the same synthesis as Folktek "Materia". The patch being played is simple and intended to showcase Matter...if it were a song it could certainly use a few things. I'm also just a few weeks new to modular and have no oscillators to speak of.

All sounds coming out of Matter except the reverberated and filtered wave part which is Aether (Folktek instrument) being lightly sequenced by the tiptop z8000. Matter is treated with reverb and delay in a few parts (which are self evident) but otherwise straight to the mixer. All triggers by the arturia beatstep pro, two of which are triggering 4ms peg with the adsr cv being sent to Matter - the end cycle for the adsr is being sent to intellijel adsr and triggering another Matter patch and another end cycle is being sent through Matter's vactrol modulation and jumpered. Otherwise, straight gate signals from the Arturia and direct to Matter patches.

Matter modulation is sending cv to the koma filter."

"Matter is the first of an ongoing series of modules and what will become an entire folktek system. This one starts from the dirt - the beats.

Officially up for sale now. One video is presented here and sound files to come (currently having some recording issues). The video is definitely not the greatest thing in the world. The initial price includes shipping worldwide. Each module comes with jumper cables, power connector, screws, manual and a special something.

**Note that each individual module is treated with a patina (aging) of the copper which results in the blue and green coloring. Givin that each is hand patinated, the look of each module with differ.

***There will be future add-ons available for this module which plug in to the front panel and direct the sound and function to a specific purpose. Future add-ons are discussed below.

*The first folktek module for the eurorack system will be hated for its standing at 23hp.

"Matter" is drum wave synthesis. While it could simply be called a drum synthesizer, the method of play is designed equally as much to make the analog drum-based synthesis playable as waves as it is to make triggerable drum sounds. This means Matter can take a "kick" oscillator, for example, and use it to generate a bassline, a "snare" can create washes of noise with peaking resonance and so on. This allows for a very broad complexity of rhythm because triggering is not confined to a single point. That said, this module specializes in clicks and cuts style beats - little clicky sounds.

Thursday, December 10, 2015

New Ninstruments Star Wars Tractor Beam 12 Eurorack Module, May the Force be With You!

via Ninstrument

"It’s not every year we get a new Star Wars movie and considering how much the first ones influenced me I had to do something to show my appreciation. I borrowed the electronics from the ‘Sounds of Star Wars’ book and added a backlight to the LCD screen and CV controls for the buttons. So, every time I want to feel like a kid I can patch away!

Includes 256 sounds from the first six movies. Plenty for me to get the FORCE on:)"

See it in the video just posted below (here).

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Ninstrument Introduces New Korg Kaossilator 2s Eurorack Module

via Ninstrument

"If you know how much I like the Korg MKP2s then you would think it just would be a matter of time before I would get around to euromodding a Kaossilator! I honestly do not know what took me soooo long. I guess I thought I would not need a dedicated phrase synth in my eurorack. But after playing with it for only a few minutes I found the acoustic instruments very pleasing and flexible to use. I thought having CV control over the play function would be great and keeping it fairly small at 20HP would work too."

Tuesday, December 08, 2015

New Mutable Instruments - Rings *Feature Jam*

Published on Dec 8, 2015 DivKidMusic

"So while you wait patiently for the full overview video I'll have coming in a few days here's a bit of a "feature jam" on Rings. It's stunning, really stunning. The amount of content I could go on to create with it is seemingly endless but hopefully this little video highlights how it sounds and most of the features.

2 important things to note. My prototype version has coloured knobs, they're all white on the release version. And I'm only making use of the internal pulse generator to excite the resonator here, which restricts the tonal possibilities a fair bit. I'll be sure to go through lots of input options in the full video.

Hit like and subscribe for more videos every week and check the Patreon link below to see how you can support my channel."

Update: pic & details via modularsquare

"Rings brings physical modelling synthesis to your Eurorack system, from a more modular angle than Braids’ models or Elements. Instead of trying to be a complete instrument, Rings focuses on the key ingredient, the resonator, ready to be excited by envelope clicks, trigger pulses, granular noise or any other audio source produced by the rest of your system.

Three families of vibrating structures are simulated by the module, with CV control over their parameters:

Strings, membranes and tubes as modelled by Elements’ resonator section (modal synthesis).
Strings coupled together and vibrating in sympathy, with controllable intervals between them.
Strings with a variable amount of inharmonicity.

Rings can be configured so that each new note is played on its own virtual string, while the previously played note(s) still decay. This unique take on polyphony allows the module to play strummed chords."

Update: more vids below.

Mutable Instruments Rings Resonator Published on Dec 8, 2015 DavidH

Video 36

Published on Dec 8, 2015 paul tas

Erica Synths Black Dual EG/LFO overview

Published on Dec 8, 2015 Erica Synths

"Black Dual EG is full dual ADSR & LFO function generator in just 10HP.
More info:"

Not finding the product page for the module.

Update: product page link, via Seth in the comments.

"Two full ADSR EGs, two unique LFOs with plenty of features just in 10HP!

We managed to put two full ADSR envelope generators, you can adjust one by one or two simultaneous AD/ASR envelope generators and unique, not seen before functionality LFO in just 10HP! This saves a lot of rack space, you can use for other Black Series modules!


Future Sound Systems: P.O.C.A

Published on Dec 8, 2015 sonicstate

"Future Sound Systems: P.O.C.A Finlay Shakespeare runs us through his new module"

POCA = Passive Optically Controlled Attenuator

Monday, December 07, 2015

World's Smallest Drum Module? Ninstrument's Dr.Rhythm DR-55 1U Tile Drum Machine

via Ninstrument

"Might just be one of the smallest drum machines on the planet! Continuing along in our early drum machines theme is the Dr.Rhythm DR-55. This is based on the D-4 chip from Jan Ostman. More info on his chip is located here

If you are a eurorack modular enthusiast and have run out of 3U room, this tile makes it easier than ever to add some old school percussion to your rack. These will be available through our indiegogo campaign. Please help support us here"

Saturday, December 05, 2015

Recovery Effects "Bad Comrade" Eurorack Module Effect Demo

Published on Jun 4, 2015 recoverysounds

"Demo of the "Bad Comrade" effect module in Eurorack format. Demo'd with the VILFO from Pittsburgh Modular."

Recovery Effects "Cutting Room Floor" Eurorack Module Demo

Published on Jun 4, 2015 recoverysounds

"Demo of the Cutting Room Floor Eurorack module from Recovery Effects. Demo'd with the Pittsburgh Modular VILFO."

intellijel Introduces Three New Modules for Fall 2015 – µMIDI, Dixie II+, Polaris

via intellijel

"Today we are pleased to announce three new modules for Fall 2015:

µMIDI – An easy to use USB and DIN MIDI interface with clock sync and voice control outputs. Built with an ARM core for tight timing and easy firmware updates.
Dixie II+ – An expanded Dixie II with 8-position octave switch, suboctave out, a special new hard sync, and more control over FM and PWM.
Polaris – A versatile voltage controlled filter / phaser with 27 filter modes and asymmetric distortion.
Shipments are already en route to Control, Control Voltage, and Analogue Haven. The modules should be available from your other favourite retailers soon.

Watch for more exciting modules to be announced at NAMM 2016!"

"The µMIDI provides all the essentials to control and sync your Eurorack modular from your computer, iPhone/iPad, or hardware MIDI device with a minimum of fuss. No menu diving or configuration scripts, just two buttons. The connectivity, feature set, and compact size make the µMIDI ideal for integrating your modular with the rest of your rig while not taking up too much space in your case.

The upper clock section features a dedicated 16th note clock output ideal for synchronizing a Eurorack sequencer like the Metropolis. A second clock output with selectable divisions can be used when difference sync events are needed. The run and reset outputs can be used to reset your Eurorack sequencers in tandem with any external sequencer or DAW.

The lower half of the µMIDI gives you everything you need to control a single voice synth via MIDI. Just connect either a USB or DIN MIDI cable to the module, LEARN a channel, and start playing.

Future firmware updates over USB are made easy with the Firmware Updater software.

High speed ARM processor for low latency & jitter.
DIN or USB MIDI input.
Two clock outputs, one with selectable divisions.
Sequencer sync via run and reset outputs.
Precision 0 – 10 V note pitch output with pitch bend & portamento CC support.
Gate and trigger outputs for envelope triggering.
Mod wheel and continuous controller outputs for additional modulation.
Firmware updates over USB."

"Dixie II+
Full-featured triangle core VCO/LFO
The Dixie II+ is a larger variant of the classic Dixie II. Using the same great triangle core oscillator, it adds a number of features to make it even more versatile with only a modest increase in size. The Dixie II+ makes a great primary oscillator for a modular system, or a great companion the Rubicon.

8-position octave switch for quick setting of course tuning.
Fine tuning knob that turns to a coarse knob when in LFO mode.
Dual FM inputs, with FM1 attenuator and switch to select between exponential and linear mode.
Pulse width control with attenuator.
Reset to 0 V hard sync input, ideal for percussive sounds or modulation.
Flip sync circuit similar to but improved from the Dixie II.
6 waveform outputs: sine, triangle, zigzag, saw, pulse and suboctave."

Versatile Multimode VCF + Phaser
The Polaris is a 4-stage cascaded OTA filter designed by David Dixon. It’s built on the lineage of the Dr. Octature and Atlantis filters, but with a totally revised core and resonance control. Along with dedicated LP, HP and BP it outputs it features a configurable MULTI output capable of an unprecedented 27 different filter modes.

With drive turned down the Polaris is capable of buttery smooth filtering, and the cutoff control range has been fine tuned for playability. Turn up the drive and engage the multi distort asymmetric distortion circuit for a more aggressive sound. Not content to be just a filter, the Polaris’s AP phaser mode combined with frequency modulation can be used to achieve a phaser effect.

With so much versatility in a modest size, the Polaris is an ideal filter for a starter system and an excellent addition to the tonal palette of a larger modular.

Dedicated LP, BP and HP outputs.
MULTI output with 27 selectable filter types: 4 x LP, 5x BP, 4 x HP, 5 x Notch, 4x AP and 4 x Phaser (AP mode with inverted dry blend).
Input drive control with soft clipping distortion.
MUTLI output asymmetric distortion."

See the dealers on the right for availability.

Friday, December 04, 2015

Ninstrument Introduces the Rhythm TR-727 Eurorack Module

via Ninstrument

"Do you remember some of the cool unusual drum machines from the 80’s? The TR-727 was one of the unusual ones as it featured primarily Latin percussion sounds like Bongo’s and Maracas. Jan Ostman has made a recreation of those sounds and built them into a chip. More info here.

I designed a 10HP eurorack module that accepts his chips and tried to bring back a little aesthetic flair from the design of those early drum machines. We currently have a Indiegogo campaign that will be ending shortly. If you would like to receive one of these and support us to keep going down the vintage drum path please pledge here:

I will be making a video demo shortly for this, so expect an update soon."

Wednesday, December 02, 2015

BMC38 Panel Keyboard Demo

Published on Dec 2, 2015 boogdish

"This is a DIY synthesizer module demo. If you're interested in building this for yourself, PCBs and preburnt microcontrollers are available at"

Tuesday, December 01, 2015

pulse fiction experimentel cv source and complex VCO in eurorack

Published on Dec 1, 2015 paul tas

"pulse fiction experimentel cv source and complex VCO in eurorack"

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Tiptop Audio Announces Granular Effects and Time Fabric Pitch Cards for the Z-DSP

Grain de Folie

"Granular Synthesis uses small slices of sounds (‘grains’) to compose new sounds from existing material. By combining multiple grains of differing lengths, amplitude, pitch and speed new sound are created which are often very different from the original sound recorded in. Xenakis claims to have invented the technique and indeed his ‘Analogique A-B’ [see the embed below],composed of tiny tape splices of pure tones, is credited as the first piece of granular music bacon 1959.

In the context of the Z-DSP, a block of memory is set to hold digital samples for playback: the Z-DSP has one second of memory for the audio used in processing. From this audio buffer the grains will sample and modify smaller sections for playback. The number of grains in the process determine how dense the overall output sounds. these programs have 3, 4, or 6 grains for playback. Each grain plays from a random point in the audio buffer and have an independent envelope controlling their duration. The envelope time is the ‘grain size’ parameter in many of the programs.

The French phrase for the cartridge is “Grain de Folie” which could be translated as “seeds of madness”, but in French “grain” also translates to “grain”, and “madness” evokes the strange disassembling/reassembling granular process. Also, “avoid un grain de foil” is a typically French expression to describe people behaving in a non conventional way, thus a fitting play on words quite nicely describing the unpredictable nature of this set of algorithms."

Time Fabric

"“It fucks with the fabric of time!” Tony Visconti describing Pitch Shifting to Brian Eno and David Bowie in 1976. That not so subtle description does quite neatly sum up what the Pitch Shift programs on the ‘Time Fabric’ card do!

Pitch shifting in the Z-DSP uses a technique called ‘rotating tape head’ delay lines named after pioneering tape based experiments in Germany in the 1960s. The tape heads move at speeds independent of the tape playback path and two heads are crossfaded to make a continuous output capable of beautiful pitched delay effects, harmonization and smooth reverbs.

These pitch shifting algorithms are much like the earliest digital pitch shifters released. Sounds similar to the Eventide H910, AMS 15-80 (with Pitch board) and Publison DHM 89 can be achieved. These programs are intended more for pure effects rather than the complex multiple harmony lines later devices and plugins became known for producing. Chords from single VCOs can easily be made using the ‘Interval’ programs on the card though.

Using a Z3000 to clock the Z-DSP, complete chaos from the delay lines and pitch shifting emerges, creating great and unexpected new sounds. Modulations the stereo pair of analog VC-Feebacks animates the time and distance of the pitch shift opening up these algorithms for additional control from CV and audio signal alike."

Iannis Xenakis ‎– Analogique A et B

Published on Dec 2, 2014 Polyphonie X

"Format: 4 × CD, Compilation, Boxed Set Country: France
Released: 2011 Genre: Electronic, Classical Style:
Contemporary, Musique Concrete

Analogique A et B
Tape – Iannis Xenakis

Analogique A Et B: Recorded 1958/1959 GRM Paris. ℗ 1964 GRM under license to Classics & Jazz France, un label Universal Music France (label d'origine : Philips)
Composed By – Iannis Xenakis"

Vince Clarke Music Introduces New IMAGINATOR VCX-378 Eurorack Module for the Holidays

Vince Clarke Circuits - The Imaginator (Demonstration Video) from erasureinfo on Vimeo.

"Vince Clarke is proud to announce the second in a series of Eurorack modules, the Imaginator.

'I wanted a practical writing tool that would generate musical patterns based on user controlled variables'

With an ingenious use of high-level algorithms and a calculating time of less than two seconds, The Imaginator will produce inspiring musical phrases well beyond the 12 days of Christmas."

Official press release & pics below.

Vince Clarke Circuits - The Imaginator (Overview & Set-Up Video) from erasureinfo on Vimeo.

Vince Clarke Circuits - The Imaginator (User Video Manual) from erasureinfo on Vimeo.

On the heels of Vince Clarke's first eurorack modules, we have the IMAGINATOR VCX-378 musical phrase generator.

"Vince Clarke lets his musical imagination run riot with new namesake Eurorack module

'I wanted a practical writing tool that would generate musical patterns based on user-controlled variables.'
- Vince Clarke, 2015

BROOKLYN, NY, USA: synth-pop pioneer Vince Clarke is proud to announce availability of the IMAGINATOR VCX-378 — the second product release in an ongoing series of creative and utilitarian modules for the ever-present Eurorack small-format modular system under the namesake Clarke company name, designed and built to exacting standards in close collaboration with British ‘boutique’ analogue synthesiser and accessory designer/manufacturer Analogue Solutions — as of November 24…

Musical imagination is a wonderful thing. Synthesisers and associated modern-day music technology can help make that happen in wonderful ways. With an amazing number of hit singles and chart-topping albums to his Ivor Novello Award-winning songwriting name and an accompanying hard-earned and hard-working synthesiser collection to die for, synth-pop pioneer Vince Clarke clearly has it all in spades. So just imagine if you could call upon an amazingly musically inspirational device for assistance when seeking that defining elusive musical hook… well, you need not imagine anymore as the IMAGINATOR VCX-378 does just that, fresh from the imaginative musical mind of Vince Clarke! After all, sometimes serious songwriting synth-pop pioneers still need a helping hand (or Eurorack module): “I wanted a practical writing tool that would generate musical patterns based on user-controllable variables.”

Vince Clarke got what he wished for… the ingenious IMAGINATOR VCX-378 produces one-bar musical phrases based on either user-control of the Clarke company’s clever bespoke musical algorithm or a quasi-random solution. So anyone seeking to trigger their own musical imagination (and MIDI synthesisers) should simply add an IMAGINATOR VCX-378 to their Eurorack small-format modular system setup. The result? Almost unlimited combinations and permutations that will both inspire and amaze as it helps when searching for that defining elusive musical hook.

Housed in a 36 HP-width Eurorack module, the IMAGINATOR VCX-378 has a front facia-located one-octave ‘keyboard’ — with each ‘note’ having a push button and associated LED — alongside two Quantize sections, Octavize and Transpose sections, a Velocity treatment, plus internal (Sequencer) and external (Midi/Clock) clocking, as well as a full MIDI interface.

In most cases, users will want to sync to their sequencing software by sending the IMAGINATOR VCX-378 a MIDI note clock. This can be downloaded from the Clarke company website. The IMAGINATOR VCX-378 then references these notes and uses this information to clock the musical patterns it produces. With everything correctly connected, users can use soft synths or send those musically imaginative patterns out to an external synthesiser — something close to Vince Clarke’s musical heart.

Helpfully, Vince Clarke himself has taken time out from an always musically successful schedule to prepare some seriously user-friendly tutorials to transport the new IMAGINATOR VCX-378 user from novice to expert in no time. “For full operation of the unit, I suggest you make yourself a nice cup of tea and watch the user video,” he says, before later concluding: “Thanks for watching… and now I must get back to my day job.”

Jesting aside, while the IMAGINATOR VCX-378 makes for a musically imaginative holiday season gift for the seasoned synth lover in someone’s life, note that it will produce inspiring musical phrases well beyond the 12 days of Christmas! Let’s hand off here to ‘tutor’ Vince Clarke to blow our musical minds with some insightful IMAGINATOR VCX-378 note-related number crunching: “With one note there are 16 possible positions within one bar for the note to go. With two notes there are 120 possible positions. With three notes there are 560. This increases and then decreases exponentially. So, if we do the math, we can say that using one to 16 notes there are a possible 65,535 combinations. Remember: we are only talking about one note. Once you start adding pitch to this equation then the numbers really go through the roof. No wonder there seems to be an unlimited number of one-bar patterns.” Perhaps the IMAGINATOR VCX-378 is not just for Christmas, after all?

The IMAGINATOR VCX-378 is priced at £349.00 GBP (plus tax and delivery) and available to order online from Analogue Solutions here.

For more detailed information, please visit the Clarke webpage here."

Tuesday, November 24, 2015 Introduces New Moog Expansion Systems


"These pre-configured systems expand Moog modular systems - vintage or modern, with modules. Add MIDI interfacing, quantizing, sequencing and more.

It's easy to create your own customized configuration by simply selecting a cabinet and modules as you see fit. See our Moog Portable cabinet and our Studio Cabinets."

The line-up:

"ME22s - Dual Sequencer Complement

This studio cabinet stacks on top of a Moog 35 or 55 studio system to add a pair of Q960 Moog-Style sequencers along with sequential switches, gate combiners and quantizers with MIDI output. Beautiful solid walnut construction.

The ME22s package includes dual Q960 Moog-Style sequencers in a solid walnut studio cabinet. All of the features of the original Moog 960 sequencers, plus more. Also included are gate/trigger combiners, sequential switches and our 4-channel quantizer modules with MIDI interfacing. Makes a great addition to your vintage or modern Moog system, or any analog system.

Power system included along with patch cables and Switch-trigger conversion cables for use with Moog envelope generators."

"ME22e - Expansion Cabinet

This studio cabinet stacks on top of a Moog 35 or 55 studio system to add a wide array of useful functions. MIDI interface, arpeggiator, portamento, instrument interface, LFO++, 8-channel mixer, ring modulator, sample-and-hold, state-variable filter, envelope generators and VCAs. Solid walnut.

The ME22e package includes a wide array of modules to expand your existing Moog system - vintage or modern. Features our solid walnut studio cabinet along with MIDI interface modules, instrument interface, arpeggiator, 3 oscillators including our LFO++, 8-channel mixer, ring modulator, sample-and-hold, state-variable filter, dual envelope generators and dual VCAs. This is enough to create one or two synth voices, or to stack and expand existing voices in the main Moog cabinet.

Power system included along with patch cables and Switch-trigger conversion cables for use with Moog envelope generators."

"ME8s - Portable Sequencer

Add an 8-stage Moog-Style sequencer to your Moog portable system.

The ME8s package includes a Q960 Moog-Style sequencer in a Moog-style portable cabinet. All of the features of the original Moog 960 sequencer, plus more. Makes a great addition to your vintage or modern Moog portable system.
Includes a matching lid, patch cables, and a Switch-trigger conversion cable for use with Moog envelope generators.
This package includes a power supply. Power can also be shared from an existing cabinet using a QIC cable, or from a QPS5 desktop power supply."

STG SoundLabs Introduces New Integer Dividers Module

STG has introduced a new MU/5U module.

"Integer Dividers is a logic-optimised divider with outputs from 2 to 16 (except for 11, 12, and 13, which will appear on future divider modules.)

There are trigger inputs for clock and reset with green indicator LEDs. Outputs run 0-5V. Input frequency range of DC to 10KHz.

This module has a physical depth of only 2 inches.

Price: $260

Current estimated lead time of 2 weeks"

Make Noise tELHARMONIC 3-Voice Shift Register

via @ControlVoltage_

"Another hidden feature unveiled in the @makenoisemusic tELHARMONIC!: 3-Voice Shift Register: …"

Monday, November 23, 2015

New Harvestman Eurorack Sequencer in the Works

So that's what Scott had in his system. Click through for the video.

"The Harvestman shared this sneak preview of their upcoming sequencer module – relaxing at Sweeney’s Bar in Dublin."

via synthtopia

RYO - Roll Your Own Eurorack Videos - New RYO Aperture LPG and Penta 5-step sequencer

Published on Nov 19, 2015 Roll Your Own

via Thonk. The RYO Aperture LPG and Penta 5-step sequencer are new. The kits are available at Thonk here.

1. RYO Aperture LPG and Penta 5-step sequencer

"A simple demonstration of the Aperture resonant vactrol VCF/VCA/LPG together with the upcoming Penta 5-step, 4hp sequencer. Showing the different modes of Aperture as well as the step switch on Penta. Using the Flame 4VOX VCO and OSC303mk2 VCO as sound sources. Triggers and envelope from Trig Xpander and Make Noise Maths. Roland Demora Delay added in some places."

2. RYO NAND/AND prototype logic as audio distortion

"Discrete transistor logic.
Sound source 1: Livewire AFG to SARA VCF to Airtenuator to IN1 on the N(AND).
Sound source 2: OSC303 to Livewire Frequensteiner to IN2 on the N(AND).
Listening to the NAND output.
Only using IN1 and NAND out makes it a NOT Gate."

3. RYO Airtenuator I - New satellite passive attenuator module

"Showing off a prototype of our new Airtenuator floating passive attenuator module. Here used to control envelope depth from a Steffensen Envelarp on SARA VCF filter cutoff."

4. RYO VC Sequencer Beats & Bass

"In this clip we're using VC Sequencer and its Trig Xpander in VC mode to generate pitch voltages for the bassline and triggers for the synth drums. The VC Sequencer is controlled by a stepped random waveform from FC Modulation Druid, this is in turn tempo-synced to the master clock lfo (Doepfer A-147) via an RCD. This is also used to provide extra gates and triggers mixed into and modulating the rhythm for more movement and swing. The jittery trigger action is due to a combined effect of the dirty output of the Modulation Druid as well as an opamp on the VC Sequencer not being up to spec to handle dirtiness very well, this has since been remedied with a better opamp for the job that solves the jitter in the VC Sequencers sent out to customers."

5. RYO VC Sequencer VC Mode

6. Roll Your Own general wiggling.

"One RYO (Roll Your Own) VC Sequencer controlling pitch on Livewire oscillators (AFG) and Frequensteiner filter. Notice how the pitch doesn't drop when the second oscillator is patched in via passive multing via stack cable 17 seconds in. A second RYO VC Sequencer controls decay legnth on a Maths envelope.

The second timbre (every 4 steps) is triggered with passive mixed trigs from the gate/trigger expander of the RYO VC Sequencer, set in trigger mode. It is a Livewire Dalek modulator making the sound and Doepfer Wasp filter slowly modulated by Vulcan modulator. Envelope is also Maths.

Both timbres use RYO Optodists as VCAs and distortion with LED limiters on. Clock is a Doepfer VC LFO."

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