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arrhythmic pulsing of the A160/161, A151 and A150 from a self-controlling A143.9 and A118 randoms.
A160 controlling the Dalek's L and R halves.
EHX SMM for Reverb
dense patch is dense
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umm. i used all but 4 of my patch cables. and i have a new module (A150) coming tomorrow for MOAR ROUTING GOODNESS
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so for the "maximum blinkenlights" thread i have done this.
the sound is dalek's RM out through A116 into the T-resonator and naught else. all the rest of the cables are there to get…
Three Modules. No Oscillators
and some echo from the EHX
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Added 3 years ago
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moving things around
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results in interesting new combinations of how to use your modules.
it is also a good way to add new modules that in theory you arent supposed to have
god bless partners that dont look too closely…
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an exploration in two parts.
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so i played with two new camera angles. one closeup from "behind the wire" and the other with my webcam wedged into a gap in my case.
i kinda like them both, but can i get feedback?
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Sunday Morning Modularisms
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so i have a hihat
and a kick
and a wurble
and a TRC controlled Fusion Sound
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Making the Modular Sing
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i dont recall how this one came about, other than i was fiddling with rotating triggers for the A143-1
that went nowhere but the sounds i was triggering were kinda nice.
reverb/delay as always from…
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