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Saturday, January 21, 2023

Olegtron 4060E

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

smal demo olegtron 4060e eurorack module


Published on Sep 12, 2018 paul tas

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Olegtron 4060 Now in Eurorack Format


via Errorinstruments.

"Olegtron 4060E eurorack.

the success of the olegtron table top. now also in eurorack as CV or audio."

Check out that patch point grid and the connectors in the image below.

Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Best Ambient Synth Shootout #51: Olegtron 4060 MK2 - Song 1


Published on Aug 7, 2018 Christian's Sonic Spaces

"This is the first song with the Olegtron 4060 MK2. It's an experimental signal generator. Signals and sequences are generated by sticking all kind of electronical components to its patchboard. Pretty cool!

I used for the recording the following FX chain:
Olegtron 4060 MK2 - Alesis Philtre - Pigtronix Echolution 2 Deluxe - GFI System Specular Reverb 2 - Alesis 3630 (bassdrum on sidechains). Depending on the recorded track some FX are deactivated

The signal went through a small Behringer mixer with a Korg Kaoss Pad KP3+ in the FX bus into the pc for recording. The song was then mastered with noise reduction and a bit compression/limiting.

To create the complete song I recorded consecutively several stereo tracks. The final song was then mastered with a bit EQ and compression on some tracks and some limiting on the master track.

Well, I decided to go back to the basics, but at the same time make something useful for the synth community and do a kind of competition (I like competitions;-). What's my best synth for ambient music :-)"

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Olegtron Mechatronics 「Olegtron* 4060」 demo patching


Published on Oct 15, 2017 K0MABA

"Olegtron Mechatronics 「Olegtron* 4060」 demo patching by FALCON-106."

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Tworist - Little Empty Case


Published on Mar 19, 2017 ba ko

"A little sunday afternoon jam.

Sorry for the noisy quality, I just recorded straight into my camera due to not having a good video editor software and to do it the easy way.
If someone know a better way to record video and audio simultaneously, let me know. :)

Used gear:

Elektron AnalogRytm for beats
Elektron Octatrack for sequencing synths and for some effects
MAM MB33 Retro for bass
Waldorf Blofeld for pads and sound effects
Teenage Engineering OP-1 for key-sounds
Make Noise 0-Coast for the sequence (contains a figure of Boards of Canada's BMX Track)
Doepfer A-124 Wasp Filter for filtering the 0-Coast
Olegtron 4060 to modulate the 0-Coast
Some guitar Pedals for reverb and delay
Boss SE-70 for reverb
Canon Eos 70d for video recording"

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Olegtron Confusor 2 generative sequencing


Published on Jun 15, 2016 Olegtron

"Olegtron Confusor 2 is here! In this video Korg Volca Beats gives the master clock to the sequence. The clock signal is divided into lower frequencies, that are fed to gate inputs of Confusor 2, resulting in the patch being rearranged in a rhythmic way. One gate is controlled with an audio signal with PWM modulation, making the switch kind of "fade". Audio signal is also divided into sub octaves are fed into the Confusor 2 signal inputs.

Melodies and variation in the sequence are generated from the clock divider and other sources with the help of an Olegtron R2R-module, a weghted mixer usable as a D/A-converter, multiple and attenuator, all at once!

Add a couple of VCA's and envelopes, a generic oscilator and a filter, and you got a credible imitation of AC/DC's Thunderstruck going on (with enough resemblance to make it to playlist radios, but little enough to avoid a lawsuit).

The module is available right now in a limited hand made edition. To make sure you get one, please write to olegtron@gmail.com"

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Olegtron CONFUSOR Eurorack Demo Jam (w/ Bastl GrandPa & more ...) #TTNM


Published on Dec 29, 2015

"Jamming with the Olegtron CONFUSOR eurorack module...

The Olegtron CONFUSOR is a 4x4 manual switch module, which lets you route four normalled inputs to four separate outputs. The signal path is not immediately obvious though (although not hard to understand), which makes it a very fun "semi-random" performance module. You know what you put into it, but you don't necessarily know where the things come out ;-) ...

Audio gear used:
- Eurorack Modular Synthesizer (with Olegtron Confusor, Bastl Instruments GrandPa, intellijel Quadra, Synthrotek EKO, Doepfer Phase Shifter, Klangbau Köln Spring Reverb, Klangbau Logistische Gleichung, and more ... )
- Korg Volca Beats (drum machine)
- Tascam DR-40 Recorder"

Monday, October 26, 2015

Olegtron 4060 meets Sonic Potions Penrose!


Published on Oct 26, 2015 Olli Suorlahti

"It's not just the color schemes that match when you bring Olegtron 4060 and Sonic Potions Penrose quantizer together! This video shows one example how 4060 can be patched to control Penrose with CV and trigger signals. Thought 4060 was musical already? Well, now it's in tune too!"

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Olegtron Confusor sneak preview


Published on Jun 23, 2015 Olli Suorlahti

"Confusor, a new Eurorack synth module by Olegtron is soon here! The module starts shipping in late summer 2015, be sure to get yours! For details, email olegtron@gmail.com (The model used in the video is a 0-series proto, so the appearance of the final product may be different.)"

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Playing Olegtron4060


Published on Jan 13, 2015 denha

Update: Imagine leaving that lying around an airport. "Which wire do I cut?!"

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Olegtron* 4060


Olegtron* 4060 from Samuel van Dijk on Vimeo.

"The Olegtron* 4060 is a compact oscillator/divider box capable of creating unique signals and sequences through a revolutionary programming method of sticking components to it’s patchboard. The device can be used as a standalone sound generator that connects with a 3.5mm stereo jack output or to control a wide variety of machines, such as toys or synths with control voltage, clock or gate input.

Here the 4060 is controlling the Anyware Tinysizer through clock and gate signals. The 4060's output is going through the Tinysizer's multimode filter. Thanks to Olli Suorlahti for donating this fun and very powerful machine!

Olegtron Mechatronics
http://olegtron.com/"

Thursday, January 08, 2015

Olegtron 4060 - Creating drum sounds


Published on Dec 5, 2014 Olli Suorlahti

Drum audio on left channel only.

"A short demo showing how to use capacitors to create a decay in pitch and amplitude. More info at www.olegtron.com"

Olegtron 4060 + Tinysizer Modular Synth #TTNM


Published on Jan 8, 2015 The Tuesday Night Machines

"Here's a little improvised video, showing the Olegtron 4060 Signal Generator sequencing and modulating the Tinysizer Analog Synthesizer.

Here is my OLEGTRON 4060 Overview & Demo video: [below]

Audio gear used:
- Anyware Tinysizer (modular synth)
- Olegtron 4060 Signal Generator
- Zoom R16 (recording & mastering)"

Monday, January 05, 2015

First experiments with the Olegtron 4060


Published on Jan 5, 2015 Ashley Elsdon

"I'm really loving playing with this little box, it is truly awesome."

Friday, December 05, 2014

Olegtron 4060 - Creating drum sounds


Published on Dec 5, 2014 Olli Suorlahti

"A short demo showing how to use capacitors to create a decay in pitch and amplitude. More info at www.olegtron.com"

Monday, December 01, 2014

Olegtron 4060 controlling Korg Monotron


Published on Dec 1, 2014 Olli Suorlahti

"A simple patch example showing different ways of controlling Monotron with Olegtron 4060"

Saturday, November 22, 2014

OLEGTRON 4060 introduction & basic patches (w/ MicroBrute) #TTNM


Published on Nov 22, 2014 The Tuesday Night Machines

"Skip to 4:12 for the internal patch examples
Skip to 8:53 for patch examples with the Arturia MicroBrute

The Olegtron 4060 is an analog oscillator or signal generator. In this video I demonstrate how to patch it, to produce audio and control voltage signals, which can be used for electronic music. Towards the end of the video I patch it into my Arturia MicroBrute analog synthesizer, but you can of course also use it with modular synthesizers or other analog gear.

Check out Olegtron's website:
http://olegtron.com/

... Olli Suorlahti's / Olegtron's YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/olegtron

... and also this little jam session with the Olegtron 4060:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0DdT...

Questions or comments? Go ahead and post them below! :) Thanks for watching! Check out my channel for Synthesizer Music and more:
http://nightmachines.tv/youtube


Audio gear used:
- Olegtron Mechatronics "Olegtron 4060" Oscillator/Divider
- Arturia MicroBrute (analog synthesizer)
- Zoom R16 (recording)

Filmed with a Canon EOS 550D (Rebel t2i) and GoPro HD Hero."

Sunday, November 16, 2014

OLEGTRON 4060 Jam (w/ iPad & AUFX:Space, Crystalline, Aruia, etc.) #TTNM


Published on Nov 16, 2014 The Tuesday Night Machines

"Here's a spontaneous multitrack recording of the Olegtron 4060. Took it with me on a trip and decided to jam with it on the hotel bed, while recording everything with the iPad and various apps

Gear used:
- Olegtron 4060 synthesizer & signal generator
- iPad 3 with iOS 8
- Behringer UCA202 USB audio interface (on Apple Camera Connection Kit)
- AUFX: Space reverb app
- Crystalline reverb app
- Auria LE recording app
- Final Touch mastering app
- Audiobus app
- AudioShare app

Filmed with an iPhone 5C."

Friday, October 03, 2014

Olegtron* 4060


Olegtron* 4060 from FUNKTIÅ on Vimeo.

"Olegtron* 4060 Swiss army knife for electronic music!

'The Olegtron* 4060 is a compact oscillator/divider box capable of creating unique signals and sequences through a revolutionary programming method of sticking components to it’s patchboard! The device can be used as a standalone sound generator that connects with a 3.5mm stereo jack output or to control a wide variety of machines, such as toys or synths with control voltage, clock or gate input. You can also use it as a test signal generator in your electronics lab, blink leds, drive small motors etc.'

To check out more information about Olegtron* 4060 see:

http://funktiå.com and http://olegtron.com"
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