Analog Four & Serge / NonLinear Circuit Synths

September 1, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

A bit of live minimal electronica, video details below:

The Analog 4 (by Elektron) is clocking the Serge/NLC synth.

I’m using the Divine CMOS & Resonator filter
from Non-Linear Circuits (NLC) …. along with the odd Serge Wave shaper.

For the record:
VCOs used: NLC VCOs 1 & 2, Serge Precision VCO & NTO,

The master clock from the A4 is split with a Serge Pulse divider, and a NLC Great Divide.
They clock the various NLC & Serge sequencers.

A special mention about the Divine CMOS & Great Divide.
I’m using The Divine CMOS here as a harmonic divider.
This circuit takes two input signals and divides them down by /2, /4, /8 & /16.
I’m then re-mixing the divisions to create new & complex harmonics.

And the Great divide is a clock divider capable of dividing down to 1/16384 of the clock signal.
According to Andrew’s manual, a 1Hz signal on the clock means the /16384 output will rise approx. every 4.5 hours.

Thanks to Andrew of Nonlinear Circuits
http://nonlinearcircuits.blogspot.com…

Filter panel:
http://nonlinearcircuits.blogspot.com…

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