I found some radio waves hidden in the SV Filter and just went exploring from there. Two OSCs mixed together, going through the SV Filter with some Lopag “drums”.
Showing off the high pass filter’s resonance by playing the mini system from Superbooth 19.
This is an experiment with the self resonating Nyle filter going through the Wasp low pass filter for rumbling bass and then squelching craziness. Another voice explores the CV and IN1 of the Delay module with some random voltages changing the delay time in interesting ways and a kind of drone adding substance to the delayed ping.
All recorded into Audacity on my PC and then fused with the flyover video using the good old Windows Movie Maker.
This Sunday’s patch started with the NAND logic gate which gave me a nice grungy sound when I patched two oscillators through it. Then I used the SEQ16 to control the filter cutoff of the Wasp filter just to see if this was possible. Then added a few other bits and bobs and of course the fantastic Volca Sample for the beats.
Just playing with the Korg Volca Sample and same strange modulations on the self oscillating Nyle filter of the AE Modular.
This is a really rainy day so I thought I film this tutorial about how to use the 2S&H sample and hold module from tangible waves.
In this video I’ll explain how a S&H works in theory and then I’m showing a few simple patches on how this can be used.
This is a tutorial video about the SEQ16 pitch and gate sequencer module for the AE Modular system from tangible waves. I’m explaining the different inputs, outputs and controls and demonstrate how to clock it from a simple LFO or via MIDI. The SEQ16 is quite unique because you only tune up to 5 notes which you can then assign to each step. This is a limitation, but also makes tuning so much easier than with other sequencers, especially if you don’t have a quantizer.