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Monday, July 15, 2024

Two 245t & the 257t | Buchla & Tiptop Audio Tips & Tricks

video upload by Stazma

"Hello there!
Today I'll show some cool stuff you can do if you have two 245t, or any other two analog sequencer and a 257t or any other voltage controller crossfader.
Some support from outside the Tiptop range with a Bard Quartet from ‪@ShakmatModular‬ to quantize our sequences.
Have fun!"

00:00 Intro
01:53 Basic Dual Sequencer Patches
04:52 257t as 'sequence selector'
06:24 Using a quantizer w/ Shakmat Bard Quartet
11:54 Start/stop sequencing
17:08 End talk

Wednesday, July 10, 2024

SCHLAPPI ENGINEERING Introduces BTMX Rhythmic Logic Module

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"The Nibbler is a hands on logic module for controlling and manipulating gates and rhythms in real time."

00:00 Intro
01:01 Patch Description
02:26 Logic Functions: OR
03:52 Logic Functions: AND
04:58 Logic Functions: XOR
06:08 Logic Functions: ADD
07:08 Logic Functions Summary
07:45 Tips and tricks
09:43 Just Jamming

BTMX by Schlappi Engineering - Demo

video upload by Stazma

"Today I'll show you some stuff with the new module by Schlappi Engineering, the BTMIX!
Lot's of fun stuff do with this one when it comes to control or loose control of your rhythms and create weird stepped voltages patterns. From gate hub to audio rate mangling."

"BTMX (BitMix) gives hands on control over logic and rhythmic gate signals with a switch for every input and 4 different logic functions.

It is a 4 channel selectable logic function module, with each channel having two inputs. All channels share the same logic function and the gate outs are summed with binary weights to create a stepped voltage to generate melodic or modulation signals from the outputs.

It pairs well with the Nibbler, other 4 bit logic modules, or any modules that generates gates (such as clock dividers and sequencers) and can also be used at audio rates.


8 switched inputs
4 dual input logic functions (AND, OR, ADD, XOR)
4 gate outputs
1 stepped output
LED indication for every input and output
Works at LFO and audio rate
8 HP
Current consumption: +12v 26mA, -12V 10mA"

Tuesday, July 09, 2024

Algo Square Pushing #stazma #eurorack

video upload by Stazma

RYK Modular ALGO Quad Complex Oscillator Bank

Monday, July 08, 2024

Make Noise Strega Play

video upload by Stazma

Friday, June 28, 2024

Patching with Frap Tools and Nekyia Circuits eurorack modules

video upload by Stazma

"Today I'll build a 104hp skiff with 'West Coast' oriented modules by Frap Tools and Nekyia Circuits and make a few patches with it.

Sorry for the video quality, not sure what happened when filming but the light is weird (I mean more than usual hahaha).

Have fun!"

00:00 Intro
01:45 Building the system
10:09 Patch 1 West Coast Voice
13:58 Patch 2 Buchla bongo
18:09 Patch 3 Classic Mono Voice
20:05 Patch 4 Filter Pings
22:39 Patch 5 Both Coast Voice
26:55 End Talk & Jam

Wednesday, June 26, 2024

ARP 2600 M Expanded Live Patching

video upload by Stazma

"I'm planning a video about expanding the 2600 M with a small eurorack case. This is one the jams I recorded in the process of trying different setups.

Have fun!"

Wednesday, June 19, 2024

A Vostok Instruments analog bass sound demo w/ Polyend Tracker+

video upload by Stazma

"Today I'll show you how I like to patch bass sounds with the Vostok Instruments line of modules, sequenced by the Polyend Tracker+, in the context of a weird IDMish / Breakbeat track.

Have fun!"

Thursday, June 06, 2024

ETNA by Patching Panda demo

video upload by Stazma

"Today we're diving into sequenced filtering madness with ETNA by Patching Panda.
It's a great triple analog filter with a very fun "snapshot" digital system."

00:00 Intro
01:43 Module Overview
06:35 Snapshots!
15:19 Pings!
20:51 808 Dub

Monday, June 03, 2024

Gravedad VCO by Olivella Modular demo

video upload by Stazma

"More infos & affiliate links in the description // Support on Patreon to get samples from this session: / stazma

Today we're going to try ou the 'gravity' oscillator by Olivella Modular, hailling from Argentina. Gravedad can do a lot of things and it's a very fun sound generator. I'll show some stuff I like about it and explain one of the main concept it uses: frequency division.

Have fun!"

Monday, May 27, 2024

Having fun with a mini Acid oriented eurorack system!

video upload by Stazma

"Today I'll show you my "Infinite Acid Box", a small eurorack system made out of System80's 810 Mk2 and 860, all driven by the amazing toolbox that is Pamela's Pro Workout, from ALM Busy Circuit.
It's a system I use live but this how I like to use in the studio to come up with cool sequences on the fly, very much in the Turing Machine spirit. The System80 stuff is here for what it does best: sounding awesome.

Have fun!"

Thursday, May 23, 2024

Serge GTS Eurorack module

video upload by Stazma

"Today we check out the last iteration in the DUSG family, the mighty GTS, by Serge Modular / Random*Source.
It can do a LOT and I will focus on my favorite sides of it, audio rate uses, such as VCO, filter, non-linear distortion, eve ntho we are also use it as a envelope and a few other sub audio things.

Have fun!"

00:00 Intro
02:43 VCO patches
05:27 Sub harmonics
08:06 Complex VCO
10:18 GTS vs Maths for audio
11:45 Envelope generator
16:51 LFO / Modulator
17:21 Crude VCA / Filter / Waveshaper
19:28 Envelope follower
23:19 SUM / MAX / MIN
25:52 Sound processor

Wednesday, May 22, 2024

The Best Synthesizer Patch Tips from Superbooth 2024 // ELEVATE YOUR SOUND DESIGN

video upload by DivKid

"Elevate your sound design and improve your synthesizer patching with these 24 patch tips from Superbooth 2024. Grab the free (or pay what you want to support) PDF document of tips too. You can try these ideas on anything you already have, they're non gear specific and apply to hardware, software, analogue, digital, modular etc.

While at Superbooth 2024 in Berlin I asked people for their best patch tips and these are the tips they gave me. Timing index below to skip around, give them a go and let us know how you get on in the comments.

a great bunch of guys, a lovely bunch of fellows, buy your gear from them! :)
Signal Sounds //
Thonk //

@tombola2004 @atovproject @StarskyCarr U.D.O @ModbapModular @TomChurchill @WMDevices @mylarmelodies @ExpertSleepersLtd @danwahlbeck2621 @jamielidell @instruo @Stazma @Five12 Anti Kulture @RedMeansRecording @SCHLAPPIENGINEERING @FrapTools @Hainbach Konstantine @TheUnperson @westonprecisionaudio @Chevytravelleruk @noiselabsweden9102

If you'd like to support work like this and the wider range of what I do, considering heading over to Patreon at and supporting for as little as $1 a month to gain access to the DivKid Discord community, plus lots of exclusives such as PDF patchbooks, videos and more."

Monday, May 13, 2024

Spectral Processors - 296t vs Sputnik vs Fumana vs Bark Filter

video upload by Stazma

"This is a BIG one. I will try to compare the four main big Buchla inspired "Spectral Processor" modules:
The Buchla & Tiptop 296t, the Sputnik Spectral Processor, the Verbos Electronics Bark Filter and the Frap Tools Fumana.
You will see they all sound and behave quite diferently and this is why I guess this video might of some interest.

Have fun!"

00:00 Intro
01:54 What is a spectral processor
05:12 Graphic EQ style patch
09:55 CV control tests
16:28 Sequences
20:07 Audio rate modulation
23:33 Voice vocoding
33:54 Breakbeat vocodoing
37:00 Final shootout and end talk

Tuesday, May 07, 2024

Many things the Serge SSG can do

video upload by Stazma

"It's been a while I wanted to do a proper video on the SSG module. It's one of the most crazy patch programmable monster in the Serge system (with the DUSG) and even tho it's been upgraded as the GTO now, I'm sure many are still going to be interested in a deep dive into this more primitive version of the circuit.

Have fun!"

00:00 Intro
01:04 Module Overview
01:54 VCO, LFO & clock
02:52 Voltage controled glide
03:58 Track & hold
05:32 Sample & hold
08:24 The Coupler
10:31 My "Riojy Ikeda" noise patch
16:35 End talk

Tuesday, April 30, 2024

Tiptop Buchla Performance

video upload by Todd Barton

"My performance for the Modular World Tiptop Buchla Spotlight this past Sunday. [video below]

One of many amazing performances featuring the range of Tiptop Buchla modules. This performance features all the currently available modules including the external preamp input of the 207t mixer with my shakuhachi. Enjoy!

My Patreon: / synthtodd"

Ep43 - Spotlight: TIPTOP/BUCHLA

video upload by Modular World

Gur Milstein (TipTop), is working with Buchla under the consultation of Todd Barton to reissue the legendary 200 system from the early 70's. The best part--the modules are affordable.
I know Don Buchla would be very proud to see the kind of legacy that he has left behind if it means that more people could afford to touch his creations.

Modular World will always stand with stories about people, and the passions that push them to stand out. Gur Milstein (TipTop) told me that working with Don's old schematics to recreate these designs has been the greatest honor of his professional life. Yes.

Grab your popcorn and have a seat. With 18 performances and two amazing interviews, this is going to be good."

Nibbler Quantized | Schlappy Patching with Stazma


"Episode 8 for Schlappy Patching!
Since I got the Nibblers I want to try using their stepped voltages and gates to create melodic patterns using a quantizer and it turned out the folks at Shakmat Modular sent me a Bard Quartet to try, so here we go!"

00:00 Intro
01:31 Nibbler without quantizer
03:18 Nibbler and a quantizer
07:08 Let's go multi channel quantizing
12:07 Create melodies out of gates

Tuesday, April 23, 2024

296t Basics Part.2 | Buchla & Tiptop Audio Tips & Tricks

video upload by Stazma

Part 1 here

"Hello there!
Back on the 296t with part 2 of the basic overview. It's hard to call this one basic as it's pretty damn crazy, but I'm going to show you what kind of stuff can done with the envelope follower part of the module. Brace yourself, let's dive into spectral madness. Have fun!"

Friday, April 19, 2024

Make Noise Function demo

video upload by Stazma

"Today I'll show some (there's more!) things the Function can do. It can do like it's half a Maths even if it is a bit less... it's also a bit more. I had one a while back and took the plunge on that superb looking new black panel version. First because I had some space for it in my Make Noise system and also because you can always use another function generator in a modular system., especialy when it is as flexible as this one.

So I'll show you around some of the MANY things this module can do, and also show you some "advanced pro tips" with it. You can try all these patch with your own function generator if you don't have this one.

Have fun!"

Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Volume & Panning | Schlappy Patching with Stazma

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"Episode 7 for Schlappy Patching!
Today we talk volume. Might seem boring but changing the volume of a sound over time result in dynamic, and it is actualy quite awesome! Also if you can change the level of something on one side of the stereo field, you get "panning" effect, without the need of a pan pot on a stereo mixer (you need two VCAs instead). Anyway we'll explore things volume related, using a drum mahcine and some sounds generated by the Three Body, mostly using Nibbler for stepped modulations.

Have fun watching!"

Tuesday, April 09, 2024

Befaco Pony VCF Demo

video upload by Stazma

"Today I'll show you some fun patches with the new, small HP, all analog VFC by Befaco: the Pony VCF Don't be fooled by it's size, this little thing is a strong sounding 24dB/oct lowpass filter, but also a 3 channels mixer and VCA.
Great at both clean and dirty things."

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