Audio recording of my first patch with the new MakeNoise "Mysteron" Voltage Controlled Digital Waveguide and Erbe-Verb Voltage Controlled DSP Reverb. For this video I wanted to do something slightly different to present what could be done using just these two modules as the only sound sources. The focus was to use only a few modules as control sources. Starting with the MakeNoise Wogglebug stepped CV out into the Size input on the Erb-Verb. Another stackable cable from the Wogglebug stepped output running into the 1V/oct input on the Mysteron. 4 Clock signals running into one sync input on one intellijel Dixie, another to the strike input on the Mysteron, third output into the Optomix. The Mysteron "Mix" control via the MathsV2 - Channel 4 output running a very slow rise modulating pulse. Output 1 / channel 1 from the Maths running into the speed input control on Erb-Verb. Positive output from the MakeNoise function running into the "Pre" input control on Erb-Verb. Negative output from the Function module running into the "Depth" control on the Erb-Verb. ZigZag output from the intellijel Dixie going into the "Tilt" and "Decay" control inputs on Erbe-Veb, modulating at very slow rates. "EOC" output from Function running into the "Absorb" input on the Erbe-Verb. Top strike input control to the Mysteron from the random clock burst out on the WoggleBug. Depth control on Mysteron via a yellow stackable cable (sine) output from the intellijel Dixie, and to the "Generation" input on Mysteron. Lots of real-time tweaking and finally recorded Allen & Heath mixer.