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Showing posts with label Toppobrillo. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Planar Quantimator (eurorack joystick performance patch)


Published on Jan 27, 2015 bigcitymusic

"This patch quantizes the movement of a joystick to behave as an oscillator melody controller.

Patch notes

* Intellijel Planar CV X to Intellijel Triatt IN A
* Intellijel Triatt OUT C to Toppobrillo Quantimator (this configuration effectively allows Channel A to scale the range of quantization, and Channels B/C can be used as offsets)
* Toppobrillo Sport Modulator END into Quantimator TRIG input
* Quantimator output 1 to Intellijel Rubicon 1V/Oct

A Rubicon triangle wave is being monitored and run through Valhalla Reverb."

Friday, January 16, 2015

Intellijel Rubicon through-zero FM


Published on Jan 16, 2015 bigcitymusic

"Patch notes
*Intellijel Korgasmatron II Filter A set to self-resonate and sent to the TZFM input of Rubicon (Filter A Frequency to Rubicon Coarse Frequency)
*Korgasmatron II Filter B set to self-resonate and sent to the SYM input of Rubicon
*Toppobrillo Quantimator output 1 to Rubicon 1V/OCT input
*Toppobrillo Sport Modulator chan 1 END to Quantimator TRIG input
*Intellijel Planar CV X to Quantimator input
*Rubicon to WMD Triple Bipolar VCA in
*Intellijel DUAL ADSR chan 1 to Triple Bipolar VCA in

Sine wave through-zero frequency modulation."

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Toppobrillo Quantimator eurorack quantizer


Published on Dec 16, 2014 bigcitymusic

"The Quantimator is quantizing an LFO’s output to generate melody/harmony with an oscillator and effects module.

4ms Quad Pingable LFO to Toppobrillo Quantimator Input and Pittsburgh LPG cutoff
4ms Quad Clock Distributor to Quantimator Trigger Input and Pittsburgh Sequencer
Pittsburgh Sequencer to Quantimator Chord input

Quantimator CV output 1 to Pittsburgh Oscillator
Quantimator CV output 2 to Audio Damage Grainshift

Pittsburgh Oscillator to Pittsburgh LPG
Pittsburgh LPG to Audio Damage Dub Jr, Audio Damage Grainshift and Low-Gain Electronics Submix

Dub Jr. & Grainshift to Submix

Submix of dry, delayed and grain shifted signal to Tiptop Z-DSP Halls of Valhalla Card

Pittsburgh LFO2 to Z-DSP Valhalla Reverb dry/wet"

Monday, December 01, 2014

Sport Modulator synced modulations patch eurorack


Published on Dec 1, 2014 bigcitymusic

"Toppobrillo Sport Modulator ch. 1 is set to LAG, cycle and ch. 2 is set to S/H, cycle. The end of ch. 1 is feeding ch. 2 S/H. The Sport Modulator is clocking the Plan B MINI Milton which is going into Sport Modulator ch. 2 in. This configuration enables synchronized, stepped and constant changing modulations of the RES-4, MMF-6 and Pittsburgh LPG (filter input signal from Cwejman VCO-6 FM'ed).

Drums are from the Dave Smith Instruments Tempest.

The synth track was run through the Tiptop Z-DSP Halls of Valhalla for stereo reverb post patching.

http://www.bigcitymusic.com"

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Peaks, Chaos Computer, Sport Modulator, MX-4S, RG-6, S1 eurorack demo


Published on Nov 19, 2014 bigcitymusic

"Two oscillators from the Cwejman S1 are run through the S1's LPF and MMF and through the RES-4. The filtered signals are run through the MX-4S where the PH-4 is modulating the stereo image.

Peaks is set to ENV EXPERT mode. Manually adjusting the ADSR envelopes to create dynamics. Every note message (sent from Ableton) is multed out from the Peaks and into the Chaos Computer’s X and Y input to change its state with the musical sequence. The Chaos Computer is feeding the RG-6 which is modulating the S1’s MMF set to BP also feeding the RES-4. The Sport Modulator is set to S+H and modulating the PH-4 rate.

Ableton delay added to the synth output."

Thursday, November 06, 2014

Livewire Chaos Computer, Sport Modulator, RES-4, D-LFO patch


Published on Nov 6, 2014 bigcitymusic

"We discovered a cool use for the Livewire Chaos Computer. In this video a MIDI Fighter is sending MIDI notes to the Pittsburgh MIDI2 module which is tracking the pitch of a Cwejman VCO-6 routed through the Cwejman RES-4.

A new pattern is generated on the Livewire Chaos Computer every time a MIDI note is pressed. Depending on the pattern generated, the Chaos Computer will adjust the bandwidth of the RES-4 bandpass filters. Every generated pattern on the Chaos Computer may or may not advance the Pittsburgh Sequencer which will FM the VCO-6 and determine which channel of the D-LFO will FM the RES-4 (configured via the WMD Triple BiPolar VCA).

The Toppobrillo Sport-Modulator is modulating the trip sync point of D-LFO Ch. 1 and Ch. 2, and the Chaos Computer determines what voltage to apply to the trip sync point CV input based on whether or not the binary triggers the S+H of Sport Modulator Ch. 2, which is being modulated by Sport Modulator Ch. 1."

Friday, October 31, 2014

Modular Synth - Fun With Quantisers - Quantimator / Doepfer


Published on Oct 31, 2014

"Here's a patch that's heavily quantised using a Toppobrillo Quantimator and a Doepfer A-156 Dual Quantizer.

Some patch notes:

The Klee is running in 2x8 mode with output A having a re-settable random voltage applied to it via the Turing Machine.
CV outputs from A and B are going to the Doepfer A-156.

A CV output from the Turing Machine is going into the Quantimator, which is being clocked at x3 of the root tempo.

The Turing Machine is being clocked first at x1 then changing back and forth between x1 and x2.

CV outs from the Quantimator are feeding 2 x Doepfer A-110's and a Verbos Harmonic Oscillator, the CV outs from the Doepfer A-156 Dual Quantizer are feeding 2 x Doepfer A-110 oscillators, and one of them is multed to a Livewire AFG.

The only filtering is on one (AFG) part which is the slightly squelchy bass bit. The rest are just raw from the oscillators, apart from the one from the Verbos which is going through a Cyndustries Saw Animator to create a thick bassline type thing.

Here's the finished track which will be released on my next album....

https://soundcloud.com/isvisible/one-...

www.isvisible.co.uk"

Thursday, October 09, 2014

Toppobrillo Triple Wave Folder Eurorack Wavefolder


Published on Oct 9, 2014 bigcitymusic

"In this video we are using the Toppobrillo Triple Wave Folder to fold a sine wave.
The Toppobrillo Sports Modulator is modulating stages 2 and 3 of folding while the Bubble Sound VCOb is modulating the first stage of folding."

Friday, October 03, 2014

Toppobrillo Multifilter filter modes test


Published on Oct 3, 2014 bigcitymusic

"A sampled Cwejman S1 riff & DSI Tempest drum line was routed to the input of the Toppobrillo Multifilter to check out the Low, Band, Hi and Notch filter modes."

Thursday, October 02, 2014

Toppobrillo Triple Wave Folder sine wave test


Published on Oct 2, 2014 bigcitymusic

"Dave Smith DSM01 Filter set to self-oscillate is run through the Toppobrillo Triple Wave Folder. Manually adjusting each of the 3 folding stages. Yarns note sequencer is driving the DSM01 melody."

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Toppobrillo triple wave folder, soft sequence


Published on Sep 21, 2014 heodesalciphron

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

der 20 kabel patch/the 20 cable patch

der 20 kabel patch/the 20 cable patch from Andreas Schneider on Vimeo.

Saturday, August 09, 2014

Bit Reactor Studio Jam


Bit Reactor Studio Jam from Kirk Degiorgio on Vimeo.

"Lead 'acid' like line - STO vari-waveform into Rebel Technology BIT REACTOR with tempo synced random CV'd CRUSH. Tempo synced delay via Expert Sleepers DISTING.
Other modules used in patch:
Inner clock Systems Sync-Gen IILS (DAW synced master clock)
SSL Modulation Orgy (tempo synced random modulation of Bit Reactor)
SSF Gnd Ctrl (attenuation of Modulation Orgy output)
SSF Propagate (mults gates to MATHS)
Make Noise MATHS (envelope generators to filter and VCA)
Toppobrillo Multifilter (Hi Pass filtering of Bit Reactor output)
SSF Ultra-Random (Random CV of filter frequency)
Abstract Data Wave Boss (VCA)"

Thursday, August 07, 2014

Discrete Transmission


Published on Aug 7, 2014 Robin Rimbaud-Scanner

"First explorations using my almost complete Verbos Electronics modular system. Featuring Amplitude & Tone controller, 2 x Complex Oscillators, Dual Four Pole Filter, Voltage Multistage, Manhattan Analog mixer, Doepfer a-143-3 Quad LFO, Toppobrillo Dual 281 Function Generator. Powered by Tiptop Audio Zeus Access and housed in a handsome Lio & Linn Wood + Metal 6u 84hp slanted wood eurorack case.

Created with the very capable engineer, producer and musician Paul Stoney."

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Modular, Why?


Published on Jul 30, 2014 Jacques Mongrel

"I would be remiss to if I did not mention the amazing Modular Wild channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/modularwild) as inspiration for this video.

Also here are links to Shawn's music and stuff:
http://soundcloud.com/shawnosullivan
http://www.discogs.com/artist/2468007...
http://www.junodownload.com/plus/2014...

Modules:
http://www.tiptopaudio.com/z3k.php?go... (Tiptop also makes an affordable frame and power supply)
http://www.intellijel.com/eurorack-mo...
http://mutable-instruments.net/module... (Mutable Instruments are awesome)
http://www.toppobrillo.com/multifilte... (sweet filter)
http://www.makenoisemusic.com/moddemi... (2x VCA and a half)
http://www.steadystatefate.com/mixmode/ (I've met Andrew from SSF ... great guy ... blew my mind with how he used modules in unexpected ways)"

Modular, Why? #2: Timing Without Clocks

Published on Oct 5, 2014 Jacques Mongrel

"The aim of the next couple of episodes is to use the modular synthesizer is to make the foundation of a track by designing sounds that can then be built upon on Ableton Live."

Monday, June 09, 2014

Toppobrillo Multifilter


Published on Jun 8, 2014 Alessio Salleolini·30 videos

Friday, May 30, 2014

Tiptop 3U Racked Eurorack Mixed Module System

Note: Auction links are affiliate links for which the site may be compensated.

via this auction

"ANALOGUE SYSTEMS RS-40 NOISE S/H (with Synovatron adapter)
+

SYNTHESIS TECHNOLOGY E340 CLOUD GENERATOR
+
DOEPFER A-111-5 (DARK ENERGY 1, very rare discontinued module)
+
TOPPOBRILLO TRIPLE WAVEFOLDER
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FREQUENCY CENTRAL WAVERUNNER LFO (with sync)
+
DOEPFER A-140 ADSR
+
DOEPFER A-185-2 PRECISION ADDER
+
DOEPFER A-174-2 MODULATION WHEEL
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TIPTOP RACK 3U"

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Modular Acid Test


Published on May 17, 2014 Jacques Mongrel·50 videos

TipTop Z3000 Voltage Controlled Oscillator
Intellijel Quadra
Mutable Instruments Links
Toppobrillo Multi Filter
MakeNoise ModDemix
SSF Mixmode and Expander

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Euro Modular Teaser


Published on May 6, 2014 Jacques Mongrel·48 videos

"Modules:
Tiptop Z3000
Toppobrillo Multifilter
Intellijel Quadra
MakeNoise Moddemix
SSF Mixmode and Expander

Sequenced by Elektron Analog Four off-screen"

Friday, April 25, 2014

grayscale algorhythm module


grayscale algorhythm module from hpsounds on Vimeo.

"This is a demo of the new Grayscale Algorhythm module. It's a 100% modular one take video with a good measure of effects (ValhallaDSP and Eventide Eclipse). Best listen at high volume on a good system or good headphones.

The main voice is 2 detuned Cwejman VCO-6 filtered by a Toppobrillo Multifilter, enveloppes are 2 Malekko/Wiard Envelator.

The big evolving pad is a Mutable Instruments Braids oscillator (WMAP mode, 8bits, 8Khz - that's part of the trick), no filtering but a lot of shimmering effects to get this lush and deep tone (I love it !).

The third element is a long fieldrecording loop of hand manipulated stones from Iceland (they are precisely from Vonaskar├░) - triggered in Ableton Live.

The main sequence is driven by 3 different clocks which gives this progressive poly-rhythm feel : one trig each beat (TipTopAudio Z8000), one trig each two beat (left Algorhythm module), one trig each three beat (Algorhythm module). The two Algorhythm modules' PATTERN OUT are mixed together, and trig the envelopes (Malekko Envelator) and the quantizer (TRIG IN of the Quantimator, which samples the CV sequence coming from the Z8000).

BTW, these Algorhythm modules are the first and only one in Iceland ... up to now :-)

ps : sorry for the "hiss" noise all along this video, it's an artefact of how I've recorded the audio with my digital camera."
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