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Thursday, September 14, 2023

AJH NEW MODULE! 'CHANCE DELAY' Voltage-Controlled Probability/Random Gate Delay and More


video upload by AJH Synth Official



"The Tone Science Chance Delay is a unique concept in Eurorack modules that combines chance and randomness, with pulse delay and pulse conditioning. It is a collaboration between between electronic musician/composer Ian Boddy and AJH Synth. It can perform as a Chance generator, but is also capable of pulse stretching for Trigger to Gate conversion, pulse shortening for Gate to Trigger conversion, Gate Delay, Sub Bass Generation and also "divide by n" clock division. There is a wide range of control and all functions can be operated manually from the front panel or can be automated using external CV voltages. Chance can range between 0 to 100%. The Gate out can be delayed by anywhere between from 0.5mS to 30 Seconds, and the output Pulse length can also vary from 0.5mS to 30 Seconds. The TRIG push button allows manual triggering of pulses, also determined by the Chance control, and a green LED shows the output pulse status. It includes a handy "Gate pass through" mode; when the Length control is set to zero the incoming pulse or trigger will still be determined by the Chance and Delay controls, whilst the outgoing gate length will be the same as the incoming gate length. Its compact 8hp form factor and very low power consumption make this an excellent addition to any Eurorack system. For a full description of the module, and more information about Ian Boddy & Tone Science, visit the product page on the official AJH Synth website: https://ajhsynth.com/ChanceDelay.html See Ian Boddy's video about the Chance Delay [below]

Tone Science (Ian Boddy) is a sub-label of DiN Records: https://dinrecords.bandcamp.com/album...

The AJH SYNTH Eurorack range consists of high-end modules, all hand-made in the UK, most of which are based on classic, vintage designs, authentically recreating the circuitry of much sought-after analogue instruments and technologies of the past, whilst greatly expanding them, and bringing them to modern Eurorack levels of convenience, limitless flexibility, and reliability.

Check out the AJH Synth playlists for module 'User Guides', and 'Patch of The Week' videos, which will be either performances or 'how to' guides, detailing functions/methods, and a range of sounds, some familiar, some less so, containing a patch sheet at the end to show you how to construct it for yourself.

Video by @DreamsOfWires"

Chance Delay Module

video upload by theianboddy

"It's great to announce my second Eurorack module design, the Chance Delay, in conjunction with AJHSynth. Launching under the Tone Science brand this can perform as a Chance generator, but is also capable of pulse stretching for Trigger to Gate conversion, pulse shortening for Gate to Trigger conversion, Gate Delay, Sub Bass Generation and also 'divide by n' clock division.

There is a wide range of control and all functions can be operated manually from the front panel or can be automated using external CV voltages. Chance can range between 0 to 100%. The Gate out can be delayed by anywhere from 0.5mS to 30 Seconds, and the output Pulse length can also vary from 0.5mS to 30 Seconds.

The TRIG push button allows manual triggering of pulses, also determined by the Chance control, and a green LED shows the output pulse status.

Includes a handy "Gate pass through" mode; when the Length control is set to zero the incoming pulse or trigger will still be determined by the Chance and Delay controls, whilst the outgoing gate length will be the same as the incoming gate length.

Compact 8hp form factor and very low power consumption make this an excellent addition to any Eurorack system.

Module Width: 8hp
Module Depth: 26mm (Including power lead)
Current Usage: 25mA Positive, 6mA Negative

The AJH SYNTH Eurorack range consists of high-end modules, all hand-made in the UK, most of which are based on classic, vintage designs, authentically recreating the circuitry of much sought-after analogue instruments and technologies of the past, whilst greatly expanding them, and bringing them to modern Eurorack levels of convenience, limitless flexibility, and reliability."

Monday, February 18, 2019

Ambient Rack & French Conection


Published on Feb 18, 2019 theianboddy

"Analogue Systems French Connection keyboard (that mimics the playing style of the Ondes Martenot) controlling a small Eurorack case.

Modules from left to right are Roland System 500: 510 | 505 | 555 followed by Synthesis Technology E350 Morphing Terrarium & finally Mutable Instruments Clouds."

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Ambient Soundscape in C Minor


Published on Feb 13, 2019 theianboddy

"Improvising an ambient soundscape in C Minor.

Tip Top One has a sample of an ambient bed prepared on my Serge system.

I'm then mixing in some analogue Ring Mod FX from the Cwejman FSH1 & Livewire Dalek Modulator (sitting in the rack to the right).

The Make Noise DPO is providing the bass & the Mutable instruments Braids the higher notes.

These are being triggered via semi random gates from Marbles which are driving the Rene sequencer for the bass & the Pressure Points for the high notes. I'm also manually playing the Pressure points which is being quantised from an Intellijel uScale.

FX are courtesy of the Folktek Resonant Garden which is off camera."

Thursday, December 06, 2018

French Connection


Published on Dec 6, 2018 theianboddy

"The Analogue Systems French Connection keyboard mimics the playing technique of the Ondes Martenot. The ring & wire control the pitch and the button on the left, in this instance, is controlling Volume, filter cutoff & PWM as well as the Morph X on the Morphing Terrarium.

The Roland System 500 is providing the main lead voice from the 510 module. The 555 module is doing the various CV modulations as well as the White Noise source. The dual filter 505 is treating the white noise & low drone. This drone is coming from the Synthesis technology Morphing Terrarium with Mutable Instruments Clouds providing the delay & reverb FX."

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Polyphonic Roland System 500 & 100M


Published on Aug 29, 2018 theianboddy

"Roland System 500 & 100M being played polyphonically from the vintage Roland 184 keyboard. Two voices from the new System 500 & 2 from the 100M. Starting with all 4 VCO's set to Square Wave & then later switching to Triangle. Switching between Poly Mode 1 on the 184 keyboard & Unison mode.

www.ianboddy.com"

Follow-up to Roland System 500 Meets 100M

Wednesday, August 08, 2018

Roland System 500 Meets 100M


Published on Aug 8, 2018 theianboddy

"Roland System 500 being sequenced by the 182 module from the Roland System 100-M.

All the sound (except echo & reverb) are coming from the System 500.

Three voices:

1) 2 VCO bass line being sequenced from the 182.
2) High sequence is a third VCO not being sequenced but on hard sync with VCO1.
3) Phased White Noise percussion.

The System 500 555 module provides the master clock from the S&H Clock Out. This clocks the 100M 182 sequencer as well as both envelopes on the 540 module.

Playing the 182 sequencer live involves changing the sequence length as well as switching the 3V / 10V switch. The higher voltage really stretches the tuning for some sonic madness!

www.ianboddy.com"

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Serge Modular Soundscape


Published on May 22, 2018 theianboddy

"Serge Modular Soundscape patch break down. I've tried to describe this complex patch with text overlays that go through each of the modules & components used.

Full 24bit audio track available exclusively to my Patreon subscribers.

https://www.patreon.com/ianboddy"

Monday, October 02, 2017

ARC Fleet (DiN53)


Published on Oct 2, 2017 theianboddy

"Promo video for Fleet by ARC (Ian Boddy & Mark Shreeve). Released on DiN on 20th October 2017. Recorded live at the E-Scape Electronic Music Festival 13th May 2017.

www.din.org.uk"

Monday, July 17, 2017

Serge Triple Filter


Published on Jul 17, 2017 theianboddy

"Patch using all 3 flavours of Serge filter namely the Variable Slope VCF, Variable Bandwidth VCF & Variable Q VCF (2 of the latter). Using 4 x VCO's tuned to a 4 part chord which are being cross faded in 2 pairs these are then sent through the 3 different Serge filters which are being modulated via the DUSG & DTG. Starting with slow sweeps things eventually get crazy when the modulation speeds are taken into audio rates. Effects from Serge Wilson & Moogerfooger Analog Delays."

Friday, July 07, 2017

4 Voice Polyphonic Serge


Published on Jul 7, 2017 theianboddy

"Patch showing the Roland 184 4 note polyphonic keyboard playing my Serge system. Four VCO's used as 2 cross faded pairs going through 2 channels of the Triple Wave Shaper to 2 x V Q VCF to the Dual Phaser. FX coming from Mutable Instruments Clouds in the Eurorack."

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Denormal by Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell


Published on Oct 21, 2012 theianboddy's channel

"Denormal from Morphogenic (DiN41) by Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell

Video by Dave Bessell

Available on CD & download from http://dinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/...

Parallel Worlds: www.parallel-worlds-music.com"

Modulars (and more) in action. A track featuring MATRIXSYNTH member, Bakis Sirros, aka Parallel Worlds.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell - Morphogenic (DiN41) Now Available

Corruption by Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell

Published on Sep 24, 2012 theianboddy

"Morphogenic (DiN41) by Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell is now available for purchase on CD via the DiN web store.
http://www.din.org.uk/din/node/456

also, available for purchase as a digital download via the DiN Bandcamp store.
http://dinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/morphogenic-din41

on the Bandcamp website, you can listen to the WHOLE album before buying it!

Video for track 'Corruption', from the CD album Morphogenic (DiN41) by Parallel Worlds and Dave Bessell. (out on DiN on 30th of October) : [embed above]

for the gearheads:

most drums are synthetic, made on the A100/Eurorack modular with analogue sequencers and vco's of course. in detail, Plan B model 15's passed thru Make Noise QMMG lowpass gates.... plus various analogue scapes (Serge, various analogue synths, etc) of course... the orchestral strings ( heavily processed though) come from an old Roland S750 Sampler. even a little bit of NI Reaktor is in the track. plus heavy processing with Ableton Live."







Thursday, July 26, 2012

After The Rain


YouTube Published on Jul 26, 2012 by theianboddy

"After The Rain is the inaugural live performance by Ian Boddy in Berlin featuring Serge modular synthesizer.

After The Rain by Ian Boddy
DiNDDL13

Many consider Berlin to be the birthplace of the 1970's electronic music movement that has proved so influential to the development of a myriad of electronica musicians, both past and present. So when Boddy got the opportunity to play an experimental set at the Electricity series of concerts held in the Lichtblick-Kino in this famous city, he jumped at the chance.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Analogue Workshop Volume 1: Distortion & Feedback Sample Library Demo

AW1DF Promo.m4v

YouTube Published on Apr 25, 2012 by theianboddy

"Analogue Workshop Volume 1: Distortion & Feedback sample library demo video.

Video by Nigel Mullaney
Music by Ian Boddy & Nigel Mullaney"

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Serge iPAD Control


YouTube Uploaded by theianboddy on Jan 26, 2012

"Serge modular controlled from an iPAD running TouchOSC.

Wholetone scale with 4 x sliders controlling FM pitch / FM amount / filter cutoff / envelope scaling.

www.ianboddy.com"

TouchOSC - hexler
iPads on eBay

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Pulsing Serge


YouTube Uploaded by theianboddy on Dec 24, 2011

"Experiment with Serge system using pulsing filters with analogue delay."

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Beatalogue Demo Movie


Uploaded on Feb 24, 2010 theianboddy's channel

"Beatalogue drum loop sample library by Ian Boddy
www.ianboddywaveforms.com"

Details via Bakis:
"Beatalogue

WFBA004

Release date Wednesday 3rd March

Format: Download

RRP £24.99 inc VAT

Beatalogue is the fourth title in Ian Boddy's Waveforms series of sample libraries. As a follow up to Drumalogue this one takes as it's starting material a selection of electronic drum patterns and loops which are then fed through Boddy's massive modular synth system. These are then filtered, mangled and generally messed up using a huge number of modules all in the analogue domain. All the loops have between 3 and 5 variations and sonically range from sweet filtering all the way through to completely crunched and twisted mayhem. The quality of the distortion and overdrive achieved using these techniques gives the loops a gorgeous organic feel which is further heightened by the sound of the modular itself with it's fuzzy warmness and tripping envelopes.

The sounds are also provided in Rex2 and Apple Loops format enabling them to be used at various tempos and dissected by the end user for their own purposes.

Technical Data

300 mono samples at 44.1Khz, 24 bit in WAV format .

All samples also provided in Rex2 & Apple Loops format.

Drum loops sourced from Logic Ultrabeat, NI Reaktor & Kontakt, Sonic Charge Micro Tonic.

Drum Loops filtered, mangled & messed up via the following analogue synthesisers:
Roland System 100-M
Analogue Systems
Doepfer A-100 modular system
Analogue Solutions
Livewire AFG, Vulcan & Dalek Modulators
Metasonix TM-2 Tube BP filter & R-53 Tube Waveshaper/Ring Mod
Flight of Harmony Plague Bearer
The Harvestman Malgorithm
WMD Geiger Counter
Make Noise QMMG
Minimoog
VCS3


Master tempo & auxillary voltage control provided by MOTU Volta via MOTU 828 interface.

Recorded via TLAudio Ebony A2 tube stereo processor into Apple Mac using RME Fireface 400 audio interface.
Samples edited in Bias Peak Pro 5.
Rex2 files edited in RecycleV2
Apple loops edited in Apple Loops UtilityV3

Recorded & produced by Ian Boddy January 2010 - February 2010.
www.ianboddywaveforms.com"
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