A Rubicon Fantasy

“Demo test track using the Intellijel Rubicon2 Module. The only sound source is the Rubicon2 itself.
Modulating VCO: Intellijel Dixie (vintage mk.1).
Modulating LFO: MakeNoise DPO sine.
Voltage control (pitch, envelopes) generated in SuperCollider and output via Expert Sleepers ES-3.
VCA modules: Doepfer A-132-1 and A-135-2.
Digitally recorded, edited and mixed.
No filters, effects, dynamics or

Rubicon & Dixie FM Routing With Planar

Published on May 8, 2019 Intellijel

“Planar is a fantastic tool for routing modulation. In this example Rubicon and Dixie are cross modulated by feeding the A and C inputs with FM modulation being sent from the B and D outputs. This means that quadrant B modulates the Dixe’s FM1 input with Rubicon, D modulates the TZFM of Rubicon with Dixie, and the other quadrants fade out the modulation.

A

Planar FM Indexing

Published on May 2, 2019 Intellijel

“Scales and Planar are a ton of fun together, and with them in a palette case it leaves enough room for 2 Dixies, a µVCA and µVCF. In this patch we’re using Planar as an FM Index for the 2 Dixies with µVCF self oscillating as the modulation source.

Scales is playing a sequence, and the different trigger modes have a big impact on how things sound. All these

Scales Walkthrough Tutorial Part 3 – Using the Sequencer

Published on May 2, 2019 Intellijel

“This video wraps up our step by step walkthrough of how to use the Scales quantizer module from Intellijel.

Part 3 – Getting Groovy With Scales Sequencer
00:06 – Accessing Sequencer Mode
00:32 – Sequencer Mode Button Functions
00:55 – Recording a Sequence
01:34 – Clocking the Sequencer
01:53 – Adding Notes to the Sequence
02:17 – Saving and Loading

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Scales Walkthrough Tutorial – Part 2 – Using 2 Oscillators

Published on Apr 30, 2019 Intellijel

“This video continues our step by step walkthrough of how to use the Scales quantizer module from Intellijel.

Part 2 – Getting Interesting With Two Oscillators
00:06 – Connecting a second oscillator
00:32 – Tuning Mode
01:27 – Setting Intervals
02:03 – Out B Config Chromatic VS Diatonic
03:12 – SHIFT Destinations
04:17 – SHIFT Quantization Modes
05:13 –

These Might Be The Droids You’re Looking For

Published on Apr 29, 2019 Intellijel

“Need some sound effects? Planar’s gestural panning and CV control are very powerful when combined. In this case Planar is mixing modulation sources from Atlantis while also controlling the frequency of the modulation oscillator and filter cutoff. This sort of thing is a fun way to generate sample fodder.”

Scales Walkthrough Tutorial – Part 1

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Intellijel

“This video provides a step by step walkthrough of how to use the Scales quantizer module from Intellijel.

Part 1 – Getting Started With One Oscillator
00:14 – What is a Quantizer?
00:44 – How to Connect Scales
01:10 – Matching Tuning With Note Output
01:47 – Sending The Right Input to Scales (Using Attenuation & Offset)
04:17 – Selecting Notes And Saving

Atlantis And Quantized Quadrants

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Intellijel

“The Palette case provides just enough room for Atlantis, Scales, and Planar 2, which is fantastic because they pair so well together.

Here Planar is controlling PITCH on the X axis, and filter cutoff on the Y axis. The GATE output is triggering the GATE input on Atlantis, but also the Sample & Hold, which is feeding the SHIFT input to control the MOD

Quad Plonk Pluck & Strum

Published on Apr 24, 2019 Intellijel

“It’s a lot of fun making drum grooves with four Plonks in a Palette case, but it’s also fun to take a more melodic approach. By tuning the Plonks to different notes it’s possible to create arpeggio patterns. With Steppy’s independent gate length per track it can easily make more complex rhythms.”