1. Insect Repellent


    from Mike Lynch Added 493 3 1

    I've not had much time for music lately but I'd been working on a patch for a few weeks that showed promise but I couldn't quite get the feel right. Inspired by watching live footage of James Holden playing 'The Inheritors' live in Paris, I decided to tear down my stale patch and have some fun. https://www.facebook.com/Mikelynchmusic http://instagram.com/mikejlynch http://gameoflife.bandcamp.com/album/mike-lynch-a-secret-sphere-of-influence

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    • Modular Raga


      from Raphaël Combremont Added 34 0 0

      A patch to fully benefit of my new Doepfer spring reverb. The artists : René, DPO, Wogglebug, Funktion, Optomix, Mod Demix, MMG, Rubicon & Dixie, and the special guest Doepfer Spring Reverb. Thank you to the people who made these fantastic modules coming to life !

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      • Make Noise Maths V2 (2013) Pseudo Delay


        from Joseph Fraioli Added 2,365 54 2

        a simple way to use the make noise maths v2 (2013) as a delay. PATCH: • shut cycle off on both channels of maths • mult your trigger source into trigger in of CH1 on maths and strike of optomix CH1 • maths CH1 output to maths CH4 cycle input as well as optomix CH1 control in. • maths CH4 out to optomix ch2 strike input • signal into optomix CH1 input • optomix CH1 output into optomix CH2 input • optomix CH2 output to mixer SETTINGS: >maths CH1 response curve to linear >maths CH1 attenuvertor all the way up >maths CH4 output to expo >maths CH4 attenuvertor all the way up >optomix - all controls set counter clockwise except for CH1 control atteunator. this is variable depending how much feedback level you want. FUNCTIONS: // maths CH1 fall is feedback amount // maths CH4 fall is delay time // optomix CH1 control atteunator is feedback level // optomix CH2 output is the main output patch on modular grid: http://www.modulargrid.net/e/patches/view/3172 notes: • in this particular version of the patch i am using the make noise DPO as the sound source and manually triggering pressure points. i wanted to keep this demo really simple so you could hear the delay trails but you can get all sorts of crazy variations by modulating the delay time etc with external sources. • the tonal drone is the SSF quantum rainbow through the cwejman MMF-1. • there is a slight bit of verb coming form the eventide H8000fw. • yes there is a cat hair properly stuck to the fall knob of maths CH4.

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        • The Sushi Thief


          from Mike Lynch Added 1,364 26 9

          I've been listening a lot to the new Alessandro Cortini 'Forse 2' record the past few days and wanted to have a go at doing something in the same style with modules similar to that found on the Buchla Music Easel. I cheated a little by incorporating a second oscillator and a second sequencer but I'm pretty happy with the results. I've named it 'The Sushi Thief' as I was accosted by security at my local Tesco supermarket yesterday on suspicion of theft! Eventually, my items were verified as paid for and I left a free man. http://www.facebook.com/mikelynchmusic http://instagram.com/mikejlynch http://gameoflife.bandcamp.com/album/mike-lynch-a-secret-sphere-of-influence Patch notes: http://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p189/spikelynch/06065532-f5f0-4d12-8454-4a012b31152f.jpg

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          • Volca Beats triggered by Eurorack


            from Sleepwalk Added 354 0 0

            Korg Volca beats triggered via the Alesis Trigger io from my Eurorack modular.

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            • diorama - David Loom, 2013


              from NekoLaboratoires Added

              diorama is a hyperkinetic toy-film multivision fully handcrafted by David Loom. Original music score created and performed by David Loom (DPO Deceptive Pet Orchestra). No 3D software was used to produce this artwork. All scenes and visual items have actually been shot and composed using basic animation techniques. More info on http://www.davidloom.net/davidloom/diorama_it.html Watch the behind the scenes teaser on https://vimeo.com/70797176

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              • Maths VC Frequency Divider


                from Peter Speer Added

                Same basic concept as the VC Clock Divider patch but with an audio rate signal. Square wave --> Maths Ch. 1 & Ch. 4 Trig in Ch. 1 EOR out --> VCA 1 signal in Ch. 2 EOC out --> VCA 2 signal in VCA 1 & 2 out --> monitors Adjusting the Rise time (either manually or with voltage) changes the division amount www.diode-ring.com

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                • Maths VC Clock Divider


                  from Peter Speer Added

                  Using a pair of Maths as voltage controlled clock dividers. On each, Ch.1 is used as a clock divider and Ch.4 is used as an envelope generator. A Function module is being clocked at an undivided rate (opening the bass tone's VCA), and is included as a reference. Basic patch: Signal --> VCA signal in Trigger --> Maths Ch.1 Trig in Maths Ch.1 EOR --> Maths Ch.4 Trig in Maths Ch.4 out --> VCA CV in Adjusting Ch.1's Rise time (either manually or with voltage) will change the value of the clock's division. www.diode-ring.com

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                  • Maths 2013 Bouncing Ball patch tutorial


                    from Peter Speer Added

                    Using the 2013 version of Maths to simplify the classic "Bouncing Ball" patch. The first video shows the basic set-up of the patch: Ch. 1 EOR --> Ch.4 Cycle Ch. 1 out --> Ch. 4 Fall/Both/Rise in (Trigger signal --> Ch. 1 Trig in) Ch. 4 out --> CV in on VCA 1 (VCO --> Signal in on VCA 1) (VCA 1 out --> monitors) The second video expands on this a bit (notice the change in Ch.1's scaling): VCA 1 out --> VCA 2 Signal in Ch. 1 Unity out --> CV in on VCA 2 (VCA 2 out --> monitors) The third video shows a quick idea of how this sort of patch might be used in a slightly more complex setting. www.diode-ring.com

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