Modular vid #289

Published on Nov 28, 2018 Phisynth

“Playing with the BugBrand DRM1, DRM2, DDSR & COF”

Bugbrand SynthVoice Modular Synthesizer

via this auction

“The SynthVoice brings together all the elements of the classic ‘subtractive synthesis’ methods though, with full patchability, never limits you to such linear approaches. The setup can be played standalone or thrives from external control, whether from another Modular system or an external controller/sequencer.

Many of the circuits are built around the powerful V2164 quad-VCA

The blue hit machine – Shake it

Published on Nov 2, 2018 batchas

“Forgive me for all these camera movements.
I could not help it to shake all my body 🙂

Grille module driving 3 x Radio Music.
Changing patterns via Serge sequencing panel.
Orgone Accumulator for hihats.”

24 10 18 Scrotum Lab – Tresses [01]

Published on Oct 24, 2018 batchas

“Testing one of the different models on the upcoming module for the BugBrand system and enjoying very much this little sequence.”

23 10 18 Scrotum Lab – Radio Music

Published on Oct 23, 2018 batchas

“Testing the new Radio Music v3.1. Playing here with the previous module versions.
Using the Buchla 243v to trigger the Radio Music modules and to switch some events.

Direct out. No external effects.”

New BugBrand RhythmVoice Plus

Published on Oct 4, 2018 BugBrand

“A camera mic recording as my recording computer undergoes rejigging…
DRM2 & DRM1+X provide constants – processing via COFilter, PT Delay, SComp, SpringTanker + a couple of Lexi bits.
The RhythmVoice then provides evolving filter-ping rhythms.
Rough & ready!”

Bugbrand Serge Sept 2018

Published on Sep 30, 2018 Rico Loverde

“Bugbrand, Serge, and Scrotum Labs modules.”

Noise painting

Published on Sep 30, 2018 hajimmie

“A noise impro session with Pipsqueak, Boardweevil, and Volcakeys.
Noise session is almost always improvisational, for the nature of the instrument device used for it. It is meditative, somehow. For people who aren’t familiar with noise “sound,” it may feel “noisy” and distress, but once you dive into this complex sound and settle yourself somehow in the

Mroztronium Pipsqueak Touch-Controlled Noise Synthesizer

Published on Sep 28, 2018 hajimmie


1. Mroztronium Pipsqueak and Bugbrand COFilter
Pipsqueak out to COFilter, the output is also used to modulate COFilter. since the mixer is passive voltage is dropped and maybe a bit weak for the modulation.
2. Mroztronium Pipsqueak (take #2)
Pipsqueak with zoom MS70CDR
3. Noise meditation – Plumbutter with Pipsquak [plumbutter jam #20]

BugBrand DRM2 vs Chirper

Published on Sep 22, 2018 Lucent Records

“no effects no post pure BugBrand sound”