1. some fun sound design experiments using a homemade contact mic attached to the inner cup of a zube tube then input directly to the make noise phonogene. further modulation by the make noise wogglebug and tiptop z8000.. processing through the harvestman polivoks vcf and flame fx6...

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  2. A patch that started as an experiment inspired by Peter Speers demonstration of LPG emulation using the Make Noise MMG (DPO>MMG> / Wogglebug> Pressure Points). After wiggling around a bit I multed the output of the MMG into the Mungo g0 in live / record pause mode to create a pitched granular delay as well as added some additional elements.

    The basic patch description is the g0 is being modulated by the Synthesis Technology e355 LFO 1 as well as by hand. Also happening is a modulated, cycling Make Noise Function envelope on an FMed Dixie sine wave mixed in and out by way of the Intellijel Planar which is also sending x and y CV to the Grendel Formant filter. Drones by way of e350 and MMF1 with a slow sine from the a147 LFO into an attenuator then 1v/oct input on e350 and e355 LFO 2 on Z morph :) Grainy video courtesy of the wrong ISO settings and whatnot.

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  3. Patch that utilizes the Synthesis Technology e355s LFOs to modulate the x and y axis of the Intellijel Planar to create complex patterns with no VCAs or sequencers.

    The basics of the patch are the e355 is in phase mode and bank B of wavetables. The e355 LFO 1 is going into CVx of the planar while LFO 2 is going into CVy. CV morph on the e355 is coming from a sine wave on a Dixie LFO. DPO osc 1 sine in LFO mode is modulating the 1v/oct put of the e355.

    Four sound sources at different pitches are fed into the Planars inputs A through D then out of the main mix output into processing modules. The sources and processors are further modulated via planar CV outs.

    Additionally there is a free running micro hi-hat created by the SSF quantum rainbow pink noise clocked separately by Pamela's workout.

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  4. A patch inspired by Chaos Theories "The Butterfly Effect". The idea was to create a patch that with very slight changes at the source of events, would produce very drastic changes to the outcome.

    Patch basics are Pamela's Workout sending two trigger signals with differently programmed parameters to the Intellijel Planar X and Y CV inputs. The Planar then sends those trigger signals to the Make Noise Maths Wogglebug and Function, 4ms RCD, SCM, PEG, and ADDAC Marble Physics. The Planar is also modulating some of the various modules parameters while simultaneously mixing signals from three of the sound sources. While leaving the joystick alone, long cycling seemingly random patterns will emerge. Very slight changes in the joysticks position greatly effect the timing, structure and sonic behaviors of the triggers, modulated parameters and source mixing.

    Other key modules used were the mungo d0 and g0, Make Noise MMG, DPO, Optomix and Phonogene, Serge Resonant Equalizer, e355 Morphing LFO, e350, Hertz Donut, Dixie's, Gamma Wave Source, Modcan CV Record, amongst others..

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  5. Using the Livewire Synthesizers Chaos Computer to sequence and modulate events. Synthesis techniques used are Physical Modeling by way of delay line modulation, Karplus-Strong Synthesis and Benny-Hill Synthesis.

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