Test run of the Derp-O-Phonic 2000.
The modules are 6 40106 oscillators, a quad gated 4093 nand gate oscillator, 4096 pitch tracker, a hacked up VCO based on a LM348 tone generator kit, and a 8 channel passive mixer. The top cabinet is a weird sound generator, but that is not part of this patch.
The LM348 VCO has two CV inputs with attenuators. Both of these are being fed slow square waves from the 40106 oscillators. The output of this goes to the mixer. The 4093 oscillator output is split. One half goes into the ptich tracker (in order to make nice glitchy noise) and the other half goes straight to the mixer.
There are several modules under construction. Building and playing this thing is far more fun than it should be.
This is mostly knob twiddling, because knob twiddling is fun.
It's recorded on a cell phone, so you know what the audio and video quality is going to be like.
If you like music, you probably will not like this.
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