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Showing posts with label sequentix. Show all posts

Friday, December 06, 2019

Cirklon Jam: AJH Synth, Oberheim Two Voice, Tempest

Published on Nov 5, 2017 Andromeda Music

"A quick test drive of my newly acquired Cirklon... A simple 1 bar loop with a fair amount of wiggling :)

- AJH Minimod System with Dual LFO's and DH-ADSRs
- Oberheim Two Voice Pro
- Make Noise B&G Shared System
- DSI Tempest
- Eventide H9 effects pedal with Blackhole Reverb...

Recorded in 1 pass with no additional effects other than a touch of reverb on the Tempest.

I hope you enjoy the sounds.."

Analogue Jam (GRP Cirklon Voyager)

Published on Oct 14, 2019 Andromeda Music

"First quick sync test between the GRP and Cirklon.
R24 sequencing the Voyager, GRP A4 using its own board sequencer... Cirklon just clocking"

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

ndlr / cirklon / perfourmer

Published on Nov 20, 2019 ljs8888

"ndlr chord changes sequenced by midi cc #26 sequence on cirklon

ndlr programmed with drone + 2 motifs"

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Enter Exit - TR-808, Oberheim OB-8, Juno 60, Microwave Rev A, TTSH sequenced by a Cirklon

Published on Nov 17, 2019 instantknut

"It's quite a while since my last video so I wanted to make an awesome return with ninjas, mannequins, trampolines and Lamborghinis. That did not work out.

And because I didn't work out either, wearing the tracksuit was not an option.
Instead you can see me noodling with some nice vintage synths. A triumph against perfection and crippling procrastination!

Synthesizers in this track: Oberheim OB-8, Roland Juno 60, Yamaha DX7, Waldorf Microwave, a Two Thousand Six Hundred. All sequenced by a Sequentix Cirklon. Drums from the Roland TR 808 and the tape delay is a Roland Space Echo RE-101.

Also check out my last album *Dinosaur Ballads* on or the usual streaming sites."

Saturday, September 21, 2019

basesynth - 98bpm cirklon rhythms for eurorack synthesizer

Published on Sep 21, 2019 Luke Killen

"Today i wanted to make some Cirklon rhythms with very simple synthesis techniques."

Saturday, September 14, 2019

96-2019- 96BBPM cirklon rhythms for eurorack synthesiser

Published on Sep 14, 2019 Luke Killen

"Cirklon is on duty today for some 96BPM melodic rhythms"

Sunday, March 31, 2019

Sequentix Cirklon SN 210

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

via this auction

This one is in via Soviet Space Child.

Friday, February 01, 2019

GX1 Wave Level Mod Demo

Uploaded on Jan 30, 2019 sequentix

Spotted this one on Apparently there was a software editor for a Kontakt GX1 pictured below. If anyone has additional info on them, feel free to leave a comment.

via robotmakers on Muffs:

"Here's a Kontakt instrument I put together that models the Yamaha GX-1, with its quirky interface and idiosyncratic features. The instrument is based on a set of sampled analog waveforms processed through the filter and modulation engine of Kontakt 5.0. This latest version of Kontakt includes a variety of greatly improved filters, including a 12db per octave set of HP, BP and LP filters that sound surprisingly close to the GX-1's (I used MOTM-485s to compare). There are 25 pages (!) of Kontakt KSP code behind this thing, and two interface levels, portaying the unique GX-1 Programmer and a selection of other controls (e.g. LFO labeled oddly as Sub-Oscillator). This is work-in-progress, and currently uses samples of a Moog 921B VCO rather than a more representative oscillator. The next step will be modeling the VCOs more closely, among other things."

Friday, January 18, 2019

CR-78 w Tubbutec Unipulse, sequenced by Cirklon

Published on Jan 18, 2019 ljs8888

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Ströme: hands on gear

Published on Jan 8, 2019 TheEndorphines

"For all the musicians who own or plan to own instruments together with Ströme, we prepared inspirational video - tutorial of some possible approaches and patching techniques they use for their legendary live performances.
The video is very detailed so grab your Shuttle System and Blck_noir patch and play together with Ströme"

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Goodbye 2018 - 90BPM Cirklon Patterns for Eurorack synthesiser

Published on Dec 26, 2018 Luke Killen

"I'm abandoning this here."

Monday, December 24, 2018

Cirklon / Volca FM / MBase 2

Published on Dec 24, 2018 ljs8888

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

'The Hustle': Ferocious Mullet - Cirklon vs Kurzweil K2600r, Eurorack, Kyma, TX81z, + Sherman FB2

Published on Jun 9, 2017 Frequency Manipulator

"A work in progress. I have got as far I can working purely in the K2600. I have run out of MIDI channels. I should have built my percussion with more concise use of resources.

Sequentix Cirklon Sequencer triggering 16 channels of Kurzweil K2600r. I spent time recording and preparing all the source material using Avid Protools, Redmatica KeyMapPro, and Chicken Systems Constructor. All the whizzy noises are from the Modular processed with the Kyma. There is TX81z through the Sherman FB2 Filterbank.

All the drum loops are playing from one program on one MIDI channel using layer-switching & rhythmic slices.

Vocals recorded by Liza in Russia."

Wednesday, December 05, 2018

Building a MIDIbox SEQ v4+

Published on Jul 27, 2018 Hawkeye

"Welcome to the first part of the video build tutorial of the new MIDIbox SEQ v4+!
1:35:18 - use 20 MHz crystals for the PIC 16F88s! Value/part in the BOM has been corrected.
1:37:00 - the 100N caps are for C3, C6, C9, C12 (not C1-C4). The BOM was correct. Thanks, Keir!

This is a detailed step-by-step build video tutorial with additional notes, tips and tricks. While the SEQv4+ build is targeted towards intermediate DIYers, it is our firm belief, that everyone being able to hold a soldering iron with a fine soldering tip should have a fair chance of building it, therefore the detailed documentation.

Please refer to the above UPDATES/ERRATA and the below NOTES sections before starting building, in case some some errors did sneak into the video - thanks! :)

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Vinyl Debut by NYZ - SHFTR FRQ - Featuring Aphex Twin's Sequentix Cirklon & PreenFM2

"+ [Special note for track A9 - SHFTR_CA#BB1] => A huge shout of thanks to Richard D James for gifting me a Sequentix Cirklon sequencer and PreenFM2 synth during my Regional Arts Fellowship in 2017! This was the first track I made using this gear. You can also read up more about my open source Farey Sequence FM programming tool for the PreenFM here =>

++ Folks interested in using cellular automata can also check out my open source Arduino based synth module here =>"

NYZ of Noyzelab has a new release out on neon orange vinyl (limited to 300 copies) titled SHFTR FRQ which features PreenFM2 sequenced by the Sequentix Cirklon. You will find a track off the release above. Below you will find some exclusive pics sent my way from NYZ and info on the release from Forced Exposure where it is available in the US. The album is available in the UK from Boomkat here. Update: it's also available at Phonica Records, Norman Records, Juno Records, Redeye Records, and Bleep.

"The Death of Rave is honored to plate up the vinyl debut by NYZ; the cult, algorithmic/ generative music project of award-winning artist/scientist Dave Burraston (Bryen Telko, Noyzelab). The A-side revolves 14 succinct blatz, ranging from cranky percussive pieces to queered microtonal dissonance and SAW II-like atmospheres -- notably including one track made on a Sequentix Cirklon sequencer and PreenFM2 synth gifted him by Richard D. James. The B-side contains a steeply immersive spectral drone tract that (never) ends in a locked groove, especially cut at D&M, Berlin. The results are wholly unique and speak to the endless, playfully experimental variation of NYZ's art/research. They reveal visceral, alien microcosms of curdled microtonal tunings and proprioceptive chicanery bound to thrill and induce strange, new sensations in even the most hard-to-please fiend of electronic music. It's strongly recommended to followers of Russell Haswell's chaotic gnash, the mind-bending tunings of Aphex Twin, the visionary algorithmic scapes of Roland Kayn, and Eliane Radigue's microtonal meditations. In Dave's own words:

"SHFTR FRQ is a series of experimental studies into simple synth setups controlled by varying levels of generative complex systems [MANIAC cellular automata]. SHFTR FRQ was recorded over the last six years on an ever-changing hybrid of equipment encompassing the domains of modular and MIDI-based microtonal sound synthesis [analog and digital]. Setups were always ultra-minimalist, often with just the MANIAC cellular automata sequencer and one or two modules/synths to provide a consistent sensory focus. The studies range from ultra-short sequences, micro-ditties, investigatory motifs, to a full length high spectral drone meditation."

Burraston has previously collaborated with Alan Lamb on recordings of a mile-long telephone wire in the Australian outback, and more recently he issued nearly a dozen NYZ tapes and CDs with some of the most crucial modern music labels, as well as a number of releases under the Noyzelab and Bryen Telko aliases. In 2014, Dave self-published SYROBONKERS!, the most technical and in-depth interview ever given by Aphex Twin. Screen-printed jacket. RIYL: Russell Haswell, Aphex Twin, Eliane Radigue, EVOL/ALKU, Roland Kayn."

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Live Patterns 2018 - a 21 minute selection of Cirklon scenes for a live performance 2018

Published on Aug 26, 2018 Luke Killen

"I played a short live set in Sydney this weekend. My last video was of the first quarter of the patterns which i've developed over the last few weeks, but there are a lot more, so decided that i'd string together the rest of the patterns which made to cut.

The set was only half an hour so i made about 20 minutes worth of patterns so i could linger and dub on certain sections.

There is no lingering and dubbing in this video just a string of scenes.

The setup is Cirklon sequencing a Eurorack Synthesiser and Clavia G2 modular synthesiser."

Monday, August 20, 2018

CYRK Share the Hardware Heaven of Their Berlin Studio (EB.TV Tech Talk)

Published on Aug 20, 2018 Telekom Electronic Beats

"CYRK are Berlin-based live performers and producers who are self-professed “hardware geeks” and the latest to give a 'Tech Talk' on Telekom Electronic Beats TV. Members Sierra Sam and Pascal Hetzel detail why they’ve chosen a modular synthesizer setup, how live improvisation feeds into their productions plus how their hardware-heavy setup interacts with Ableton Live."

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Pattern Patterns Patterns - A Selection of Cirklon Patterns for Eurorack and G2 Synthesiser

Published on Aug 19, 2018 Luke Killen

"I've done nothing but smash out Cirklon patterns for the last three weeks since i got back from Canada. Here's a small selection of them strung together. I'll be playing this kind of material for a show in Sydney next week."

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

CYRK - Against The Clock

Published on Aug 15, 2018 FACTmagazine

"Sierra Sam and Pascal Hetzel may be based in Berlin, but their music as CYRK owes more to the sound of Detroit house and techno than contemporary German club music.

After years spent touring the world as a live act, the pair released their first productions in 2016 on their own self-titled label. Since then, they've released several records on labels including HIKE Recordings and, most recently, Rawax.

We visited their Berlin studio to see what they could do in 10 minutes with their massive collection of Eurorack modules, boutique synths and analog gear. The result? A big room techno beat that didn't disappoint."

Monday, July 30, 2018

From Scratch

Published on Jul 30, 2018 Martin Peters

"It has been quiet warm here in the Netherlands for the last few weeks. So the room on the first floor under the sloping roof where my synths are located, is not a pleasant place to be: to warm. But last weekend it was somewhat cooler so I thought let's do a challenge.

So, no preparations. The Cirklon has a blank song, no sequences are pre-programmed. An let's see if I can make an acceptable song within reasonable time. I will let you be the judge if I succeeded in that.

The first sequence is on the Rob Hordijk's OSC HRM combined with a Krisp1 TZ VCO running through VCF/VCA/EG's. The second sequence is on the Tom Oberheim SEM. The third sequence (bass) is all except for the MOSLAB 904-A LPF. The fourth sequence is on the DSI Mopho. The strings are from the E-MU Vintage Keys and the Roland JD800.

Sorry for the camera position which could be turned more to the left but I noticed that afterwards. So you cannot see my right hand playing the Roland JD800.

Hope you enjoy it."

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