17 09 18 BugBrand Modular System

Published on Sep 17, 2018 batchas

“Short jam on monday with the Bugbrand system. Quick & dirty.

Main actors:
– Scrotum Lab Grille, Radio Music,
– BugBrand DRM1 + Xpander, Utility VCO.”

Thonk – Music Thing Modular – Graphic EQ Workshop

Streamed live 2 hours ago Thonk Synth DIY

Thonk – Music Thing Modular – Graphic EQ Workshop Part 2

Started streaming 25 minutes ago Thonk Synth DIY


BugBrand DRM2

Published on Sep 4, 2018 BugBrand

“Introducing the BugBrand DRM2. The video highlights some of the numerous sounds and approaches possible with this fully analogue synthesizer.

The sound path is: VCOsc–VCFilter–VCAmp
The control path is: Trigger Processor– BendEnv, S&H, AmpEnv
+ audio preamp for processing external signals
+ a whole host of 4mm banana inputs/outputs.

Played straight into a

Orgone Accumulator with Xpander

Published on Sep 3, 2018 batchas

“Orgone Accumulator in drum mode.
Direct output without added effect.

I was testing the Xpander and started to jam. As usual!”

18 08 18 BugBrand Modular System

Published on Aug 23, 2018 batchas

“After checking a few things in the system, I ended up playing a few mins.
I did not cut the video. Heavy use of PT Delays, one Radio Music and the DRM1.”

Ciat-lonbarde Rollz5 Alien Inside

Published on Aug 18, 2018 hajimmie

Rollz5 jam with Bugbrand PTdelay

BoardWeevil 2015 meets AAS Objeq

Published on Aug 6, 2018 Marc S. Langelier

“Pairing the Board Weevil with AAS Objeq turned out to be a great idea (well, in IMO anyway). In this Part 1 video, I’m focus on exploring Objeq’s sound sculpting capabilities. For the sake of comparison, I pull Objeq out of the mix towards the end of this video. In the Part 2 video, I focus on utilizing the Board Weevil’s touch plates and LDR sensor

30 07 18 Scrotum Lab – Grille & Co

Published on Aug 2, 2018 batchas

“Short jam after testing a new Grille module.”

BugBrand DDSR – quick’n’rough rhythmic Ping demo

Published on Jun 28, 2018 BugBrand

“Quick-&-rough-shot overview playing with my new DDSR (Dual Digital Shift Register) module which will be part of a full ClockBox frame in a few months. This little setup has a whole host of rhythms hidden within – much fun playing & exploring.”