A demonstration of functionality and usage of the MakeNoise Multimode Gate (MMG).
Part 1: front panel controls, basic patches.
A short little improv of a simple FM+waveshaping patch being controlled by the Gate and Pressure outputs of a set of MakeNoise Pressure Points. Only the top row of potentiometers is used, controlling the pitch, the rest is all the Gate and Pressure voltages generated by touching the pads.
Basic overview of clock inputs and how they control the RENÉ cartesian sequencer by MakeNoise for eurorack modular systems.
Quick patch test with the modDemix and MakeNoise René sequencer running out to several modules for a slow animated control voltage jam. I started with QCV to 1V/ oct into the Cwejman VM-1 (Acid Slow Bassline). Then sent the X-Gate into the Cwejman CTG-VC envelope and I use Y-Gate for Accent/volume. I used the Doepfer 160,161,4ms RCD, SCD for clock divisions for gates into the rene for half time pattern playback. ModDemix was used in VCA mode with Rene going back and triggering the input for interesting gated time triggering of signals. The distant quantized melody is one voice of the VCO2-RM through the intellijel uScale then through Tiptops Z-5000 with a touch of delay. MakeNoise Brains and Pressure Points running in sequence mode to the Synthesis Technology E350, VCO2-RM, WMD Gamma Wave for extra clustering of timbres. The Cwejman BLD is the kick drum, and Noisering for high hats and snare patterns generated by the intellijel uStep.
Shot with the Cannon ELPH-300HS. Hit the full screen icon to view in full HD resolution.
Note: this patch is 100% modular no computers or drum machines here. :)
Brief demonstration of my favorite "performance-oriented" ways of patching the RENÉ cartesian sequencer by MakeNoise for eurorack modular systems.
Two of these "modes" are not documented anywhere to my knowledge, so as far as I know they are exclusive to this video demonstration.