1. Modular Fun #1 - Ids Above


    from Joakim Skurk / Added

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    Only the melody(except midi -> CV -> uScale II) and bass line is is from modular world. The rest is made in FL Studio.

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    • Ambient Patch #2 - Scale I


      from Joakim Skurk / Added

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      First patch using the Intellijel uScale II. Love it! Incredibly musical module!

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      • Modular November Patch


        from knob alchemist / Added

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        Improvisation with a simple patch…Just testing some Frequency and Phase Modulation (Malekko Richter Oscillator II, Hertz Donut, FCUK Waverider, Turing Machine, Moddemix, Maths….)

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        • Noise Patch #2- Burned Alive


          from Joakim Skurk / Added

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          Basically all patch points on Wogglebug and Hertz Donut patched together in some way.

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          • Noise Patch #1- Modular Halloween


            from Joakim Skurk / Added

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            Patch based on a vocal sample from Olsenbanden in the Nebulæ, the Hertz Donut and the wogglebug.

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            • rangtethers - teaser


              from Buried In Time / Added

              teaser from new track from ignatius album to be released on buried in time.. coming soon.

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              • SSF Propagate Micro Beats


                from Joseph Fraioli / Added

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                patch exploring micro percussion possibilites of the steady state fate propagate module. micro beats - achieved by running four separate clock signals into the SSF propagate (chaos computer binary outs x2 clocked by the 4MS SCM and 2 channels of the 4MS PEG clocked by the SCM and divided) . Propagate delay and space times were adjusted then the SUM output fed into a vca. one sound source (cyclebox) was used for all of the micro percussion. the vca out then went into the tiptop z-dsp with dragonfly delay card. the program changes are happening by way of wogglebug stepped output to the program change in on the z-dsp. additional modulation of the parameters of the z-dsp are coming from the synth tech e355. kick drum - hertz donut mark 2 through the make noise optomix with a bit of an openess on the control att to create the sustained drone. hi hat like thing - SSF quantum rainbow purple noise out into the SSF PTG with additional level adjustment by the SSF ground control. this is then fed into the grendel formant filter then the mungo d0 for timbre variance. clock source for this is the pamelas workout into the PTG which is being clocked by the 4MS SCM. reversed maths bouncing ball - one channel of maths being clocked again by the 4ms SCM with the fall time modulated by the synth tech e355. sound source here is braids being FMed by a dixie. main clock source for the patch was an intellijel dixie. verb from the h8000fw :)

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                • TWEAKERS Interview / Black Zenith


                  from TWEAKERS / Added

                  Welcome to TWEAKERS! We had a chance to do little interview with Singapore based duo Black Zenith who've visited Bangkok for the 2nd time for live performance and also lecture at university, talked about their approach of using modular synthesizers and showing us their patches for live improvisation. Black Zenith is Darren Moore & Brian O’Reilly. The duo performs using analog modular synthesizers & moving images. They produce dense sonic textures that generate live visuals through the transformation of audio signals into images. Black Zenith draws as much influence from noise music & the electroacoustic music tradition as they do from the foundations of abstract video art. http://black-zenith.tumblr.com/ Special thanks to Harmonica

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                  • Doepfer A-172 Max/Min patches


                    from Peter Speer / Added

                    Five quick patches with the Doepfer A-172 Max/Min utility module. The first three are in stereo, so headphones are recommended! www.theshamblers.blogspot.com

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