Here I’m demonstrating the following micro modules which are great for shaping, distorting, destroying or otherwise mangling your sound: µTONE, µDISTORTION, µ2SIGAMP, µBITCRUSH, µSUBOCTAVE. The micro module system has been released mid last year and has already revolutionised the AE Modular system by tangible waves by making the modules even smaller!
This is an introduction to the new TBD module for the AE Modular from tangible waves. The TBD is a multi function module with over 50 plugins for effects and oscillators. All plugins are open source and you can program your own (if you know C++).
Check out more information on the Wiki at https://wiki.aemodular.com/pmwiki.php/AeManual/TBD
This is a very quick demo on how you can sync a Korg Volca with the AE Modular in reply to a question that was asked on the forum: https://forum.aemodular.com/thread/1684/master-module-ctrl-inputs
This is an overview of the two new drone modules for the AE Modular Synth from tangible waves. I’m presenting a short demonstration of the sound in the beginning and then will explain the functions of each module in detail. Towards the end there are some thoughts on how to approach making music with these modules.
An introduction to the use of the AE Modular SEQ16 sequencer in combination with the QUANTIZER.
Introducing and explaining how to use the new quad VCA module from Wonkystuff.
After a few weeks wait for the package to arrive from the UK I finally had the very first third party module for the AE Modular system in my hand! Now I just had to build it as I was a cheapskate and got the DIY version. Good time for making a how to video though …
In this video I’m explaining in detail how I made the patch for the “Don’t go in there!” video which had a bit of a creepy vibe.
The modules featured are POLAMIX, 3VCSWITCH, SPRING REVERB, DELAY, FMOS, SAWVOX and many more.
This an introduction to the new digital oscillator modules from tangible waves, the SAWVOX and FMOS.