DUAL CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS IN DUB from Station 252 on Vimeo.
“First patch with a second Tiptop Audio Circadian Rhythms in the system.
Playing with three regular Tiptop ONEs and one TG-ONE, Tiptop 808 and 909 drum modules
Tiptop ONE #1 – Bass (pitch changes played live from MN Pressure Points)
Tiptop ONE #2 – DOTS Hat
Tiptop ONE #3 – V-HAUS Chord sample
“This is a relatively short clip, but conveys an idea I’ve not seen elsewhere. The idea is to get out of the monotony of “standard” repetitive LFO shape modulation by applying a wavefolding to a regular LFO, creating much more rhythmically interesting patterns. These new complex LFO shapes can then be applied to any number of destinations (AMP, filter,
“Sounds created by Clouds granular synthesis and Radio Music modules. Clocking, sequencing & triggering provided by a combination of Make noise Rene, Wogglebug, Maths, Moskwa Rotosequencer & Tiptop Z3000. Thanks for checking this out.”
“Mixing two Z4000 envelopes and an LFO with the top section of MixZ mixer module into the FM input on the Z2040 filter module to change the groove of the bass line.
Ch.1 – short envelope that is visible in the Mantis triggered with the same trigger as the VCA envelope (located in the skiff). I’m modulating release with one of the outs of doepfer
ADSR envelopes modulating DRUM MODULES from Station 252 on Vimeo.
“How useful are ADSR envelope generators for modulating drum modules?
I am not a huge fan of over modulating drum sounds – quite often an accent is all one needs to make the drum programming come to life, but sometimes certain things really do benefit from extra modulation.
In this video: drum pattern with no accents and no
TG-ONE: Elektro Scetch #1 from Station 252 on Vimeo.
“TG-ONE Throbbing Gristle sample triggered by Tiptop Circadian Rythms going through Z2040 low pass filter and Erica Synths Fusion Delay for a bit of extra dirt. Pitch controlled by Pressure Points.
Synth melody: 2x Z3000 mixed in Tiptop MixZ going through Tiptop Fold Processor and Z2040 after that 2x Z4000 VC ADSR envelopes control the