Published on Jul 9, 2018 HHNOI
“A live modular synth performance of the track “They ate the clouds”, as featured on the HHNOI Kallocain EP, out July 6th on modularfields
Main track recorded in a single take without a computer involved for sequencing or editing. All modular sounds routed through Expert Sleepers ES 8 and ES 6 into Logic for mixing and mastering. No additional edits or computer
via this auction
“Up for sale is a desktop resonator synthesizer loaded with Olivier Gillete Rings Firmware.
The sale is for the built desktop module and the power supply. This item is plug and play, it has an internal power supply, no need to have to install this like the euro format items.
I have the project files available at my website for those that are skilled to build their own.
Published on Jun 30, 2018 companyofquail
Published on Jun 29, 2018 S. B. Arweiler
“This patch uses Mutable Instruments Rings as the main sound source. Rings output is split to the main mixer (Erica Black Stereo) and into Clouds. Clouds output goes into Mannequins Three Sisters filter. The All output of Three Sisters is patched into Morphagene, and Morphagene’s output is then patched into Rings’s input.
I recorded some lower register
Published on Jun 28, 2018 Sequenox
“Late night jam with the Eurorack Modular Synth”
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“Ambika is a monster hybrid polysynth. Its design consists of a motherboard and 6 voicecards, each of them carrying a turbocharged version of the Shruthi hybrid synthesizer (digital waveform synthesis through analog VCF/VCAs). Whether you want to use this as six monosynths, a six-voice polysynth, or anything in-between is up to you: MIDI channels/keyboard range/patches/voices
Stereo Microsound Processor (lo-fi demo) from Grayscale on Vimeo.
“Short demo of the Stereo Microsound Processor (SMP), a Buchla-format adaptation of Clouds by Mutable Instruments, processing a one-second sample. Smartphone audio/video (lo-fi). Visit http://grayscale.info/buchla/ for details.”
Published on Jun 20, 2018 Autotross
“I’ve been drooling over the Moog DFAM and Sub-harmonicon, so I thought I’d try to imitate some of their functionality.
The bass parts are created using a standard sawtooth wave, which is fed into the gate input of both sides of the Corsynth Dual Loopable Envelope, thereby creating a new waveform based off the pitch of the original oscillator. Then by
Published on Jun 19, 2018 Dawless Jammin’
Softube has launched Mutable Instruments Clouds for Modular, a software version of the texturizing module for Eurorack systems. Clouds allows you to to divide incoming signals into audio droplets and manipulate those droplets in many different ways. Clouds allows the user to divide incoming signals into audio droplets between 16ms and 1 second long; like […]