Showing posts with label Setonix. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Setonix. Show all posts

Sunday, November 05, 2023

The Detectorist by SetonixSynth || Full Walkthrough and Demo

video upload by Robots Are Red

"This video takes a look at the new 2hp module from SetonixSynth, The Detectorist. A very useful and performative Gate/Trigger generator eurorack module.

Get the Detectorist here:
Get your Robots Are Red 1hp Blanks here:

00:00 - Opening
01:01 - Walkthrough
02:42 - Controlling Random Gate Lengths
04:25 - Sequence Sustain Length
06:07 - Gated Guitar
08:25 - Voice Effect
08:39 - Gated Resonator
10:15 - Some Music

Special thanks to SetonixSynth for providing the module for this video."

Thursday, September 14, 2023

Midiverse - TV Knobcon 2023

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Wednesday, April 19, 2023

PVP Wall Meets Serge VCFQ

video upload by SetonixSynth

"Had lots of fun making this generative patch. 5 SetonixSynth/Tidbit Audio Psychedelic Voltage Processors are chained together and controlling one of my favorite modules, the Serge VCFQ. Much of the variation comes from the precise feedback control provided by the SetonixSynth Laka, which is also mixing in a self-oscillating Marsupial filter and also controlling the VCFQ cutoff via its Sequential output.

Learn more about these and other SetonixSynth modules at"

Sunday, April 16, 2023

5 Psychedelic Voltage Processor Feedback

video upload by SetonixSynth

"In this patch, we are using the SetonixSynth Laka Sequential Voltage Processor and five(!) Psychedelic Voltage Processors to create a mega chaotic feedback loop which is then simply being sent to a self-oscillating dual filter (SetonixSynth Marsupial). See and hear the results for yourself!

Learn more about SetonixSynth modules at"

Thursday, March 30, 2023

SetonixSynth Tidbit Audio Psychedelic Voltage Processor

with Rings - Eurorack video upload by SetonixSynth

"In this video, Nick from Tidbit Audio takes us on a psychedelic journey using the Psychedelic Voltage Processor to modulate the popular Rings module!

Patch note: in some segments the PVP is being modulated by an external LFO, the OCHD, and using its output to modulate the Rings."

SetonixSynth Tidbit Audio Psychedelic Voltage Processor & Solar Gravity Nasty Acid

video upload by SetonixSynth

"A quick, fun jam using the new SetonixSynth/Tidbit Audio Psychedelic Voltage Processor to process audio from Befaco Kickall for nasty chaotic distortion, along with a Solar Gravity Vactrol VCA as the final VCA for our acid voice, which consists of a SetonixSynth Rottnest VCO saw wave into the Marsupial VCF.

The PVP and Solar Gravity are now available along with other SetonixSynth and Tidbit Audio products!"

More info:"

The Psychedelic Voltage Processor, or PVP, is a four-channel chaos module. It uses color-changing LEDs to produce fluctuating voltages in response to the Channel input, with each channel normalized in series to create increasingly chaotic “taps” that can be used one after another for different variations.

Any positive voltage input such as unipolar LFOs, envelopes, stepped voltages, or simply the onboard normalized voltage patched to a channel input is reproduced approximately on each channel output, with the PVP inducing unpredictable fluctuations due to the variable current consumed by an LED circuit with a mind of its own.

Technical Specifications (Eurorack standard)

Width: 8hp

Depth: 25mm

Peak Current Draw: 135mA @ +12V, 10mA @ -12V

Input Impedance (Channel 1): 150kΩ

Input Impedance (Channels 2-4): 100kΩ

Output Impedance (All Channels): 1kΩ, DC Coupled

Monday, January 24, 2022

Setonix Synth and Bastl Dual Filters

video upload by John Schussler

"I've already looked at the Setonix Synth Marsupial. Really liked it, and was accordingly quick to order the Macropod when it became available. At about the same time I got ahold of an Ikarie from Bastl.

Between the three of them, I have a hard time choosing a favorite, and all are definitely keepers.

This is a short comparison to get a feel for their respective sounds. I'm not spending a lot of time on the Marsupial since I already covered it (see link in description/above), but do want it here so I can have a clear ear on how it differs from Macropod.

Source VCO is a Dannysound Cali Osc. Envelope from Zadar. Sequence from Stochastic IG. And a touch of Valhalla reverb at the end.

00:00 Intro
00:20 Marsupial
03:44 Macropod
11:28 Ikarie"

8hp Eurorack Filters

video upload by

"So you have 8hp available, and want to fill it with a filter. Here are some options. They aren't all the options, there are many, many more. But a few new 8hp filters have arrived recently (the XAOC, CCTV, and SetonixSynth), so it seemed like a good time to compare them with some other 8hp filters I have close at hand. For the most part I'll be listening to low pass outputs only.

Source audio is an Intellijel Dixie II+, with a mix of several waves. Envelope is from Zadar. Sequence from Stochastic SIG. A touch of Halls of Vallhalla reverb at the end.

00:00 Intro
00:20 Zagrzeb
09:52 Filther
17:14 Marsupial
24:30 Vorg
32:02 Coiler
40:42 Ripples"

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