Showing posts with label Synth Bees. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Synth Bees. Show all posts

Sunday, February 11, 2024

NLC MUN Vocoder

video upload by Steve Castellano

"Richard Feynman out of a Morphagene into the MUN with Plaits (Knit) in chord mode as a carrier source. Reverb and delay by Monsoon. Chord changes are controlled by Pressure Points/Brains, with one channel taking care of pitch and another adjusting chord forms."

via Nonlinearcircuits

"This module is a 22HP 10 channel vocoder based on the Syntovox 222. I own a 222 and have always been impressed with the sound and elegant design, so it was an easy choice of where to start.

The initial design for this module was 42HP with all the fruit – variable envelope lengths, envelope outputs and inputs, filter outputs and inputs, pause stuffing, external noise input, separate carriers for odd/even channels, etc. and it sucked; way too finicky to use.

So I stripped it back to a more minimal version and am much happier with it.

For the Voice section, there is a TRS/mono 6.35mm input for mics, a stereo/mono 3.5mm input for line level sources and a synth level input.

The Carrier section has a synth level input only.

There is no voice/unvoiced switching. Noise from a transistor based source is mixed with the Carrier signal on channels 9 & 10. Pots can control the noise level and the colour (pink/white).

There are jacks for each frequency channel and the envelopes generated. You can also patch in signals to stimulate the carrier signal on the corresponding channel."

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Saved a bee's life...

Uploaded on Jun 20, 2011 Dikkker·31 videos

"I found this little poor guy on my terrace in pouring rain. The water made the wings, the antennas and even the legs almost unmovable. I took the bee inside my warm apartment, gave it some honey and after some 20 mins. of drying, warming up and nourishing it could fly into the sky again.

Filmed with an iPhone 4 and a macro lens from a DVD player. Music with TonePad for iPhone."

iTunes: TonePad Pro - LoftLab

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Music Made with Bees

YouTube via t0nehammer | October 08, 2010

"I wanted to see how far I could take the recordings of bees into the realm of music. The bee produces about 200-230 wing flaps pr. second, which is enough to generate a nice, rich sounding buzz. I recorded a bunch of bee sounds and manipulated them through a variety of tools (including timefreezers, delays, filters, glitch modules etc). I then decided to add some more human elements to it (vocals, guitars, grooves etc) and wrapped it up by adding full symphony orchestra and choirs on it during the end.

Besides the bee sounds - the majority of samples are coming from the sample catalog.

Hope you enjoy it. Einstein once predicted that the human race would survive no more then 4 years after the extinction of bees due to their keystone role in the entire ecosystem. So peace out to all the bees and bumbles.

Best - Troels"

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