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Flame CHORD MACHINE test run 6
‘CM’ pitch & chord input cv by Doepfer A149-1
4ms Peg blue ‘CM’ arp trigger Peg red to VCAMatrix to RS 110
‘CM’ chord out to Malekko 4x Uncle Oscillator
‘CM’ arp out to Quantimator to 4x Anti Oscillator
Analogue Systems RS 110
Make Noise Moddenix QMMG Wogglebug
Toppobrillo Quantimator Sportmodulator
A134 pan by Moog MP 201
Master Clock Logic via Kenton Pro 2000II and 2x 4ms RCD
Here’s a new Doepfer video from Skoulaman, enjoy:
My next upload of the Relastic Concertmate MG-1 shows the connection with the Doefper Dark Time, a realy nice combination because teh DT does have CV and gate connections for (old) analog synths and Midi. Conneting the Moog Little Phatty with the MIDI out of the DT was the next step. I had to tune the Realistic with the Moog LP because the CV signal is not callibrated. It is just a demo, so musical the quality is not high. In the end I put some other synth sounds to it (and about the stereo effect, you can here sweeping the roland 106 when I open the filter cutoff). I found the Electrix for a fancy price because it is a very nice effect, at most for live situations.
Apart from some weird sounds, the Flame Chord Machine performance really awesome in this video. Here’s the background data:
Flame CHORD MACHINE test run
4ms Peg CM arp speed
Malekko 4x uncle chord out 4x anti arp out
Analogue Systems RS 110 RS 170 Multiple
Make Noise René CM Pitch in
Maths Moddemix QMMG Wogglebug
TipTop Audio Z 8000 CM chord in
Doepfer A 134 pan by Moog MP 201
2x A 170 2x A171 chord slide
Noise by Flame Talking Synth Module
Master Clock Logic via Kenton Pro 2000II and 4 MS RCD
thanks Per Salzwedel & Flame
Machines in action:
Modular Synth Clavia ddrum 4se & Nord Modular (Vocoder)
4ms Peg RCD
Analogue Systems RS 100 RS 110 RS 360
Boss RV 5 & SL20
Buchla System #1
Doepfer A 114 A133 A134 ……
flight of harmony choices
Kenton Pro solo & 2000 II
Line 6 Filter Pro
Make Noise Maths Moddemix Optomix QMMG Wogglebug
Malekko AO Jag Uncle
Moog CP 251 FreqBox(bass) MP201
Simmons Clap Trap
Logic sequence by Korg micro X arp
Short Doepfer A-122 Demo by NetPierre
Starts with a sequenced bassline, generated by my Doepfer MAQ16/3 and Doepfer VCO A-110 (saw wave)
Slow LFO sinewave A-147 into QCV input
ADSR into VC2 input
Drums provided by an Elektron Machinedrum
More info on the A-100 and related stuff at http://PatchPierre.blogspot.com
Module A-122 (VCF 3) is a voltage-controlled low-pass filter, which filters out the higher parts of the sound spectrum, and lets lower frequencies pass through.
The cut-off frequency determines the point at which filtering takes effect. You can control this manually, or by voltage control (filter modulation, for instance by an LFO). Two CV inputs are available.
The cut-off slope is -24 dB/octave. The circuitry uses a Curtis chip, and is very similar to the classic Oberheim filter sound. Because of its different circuitry and controls, the A-122 has a considerably different sound to the A-120 ‘Moog-like’ filter, especially in the way the resonance behaves.
Voltage controlled resonance: on the VCF 3, resonance can be controlled not just manually, but by voltages as well, right up to self-oscillation. In this case, the filter behaves like a sine wave oscillator.
About the video:
A few days ago I made this 12 note based sequence track with the Doepfer Dark Time.
I used a 3 oscillator tone of the Waldorf Micro Q (two triangles and one sinus) in a very basic setting (and I think that is the power of a Waldorf because you can do very well basic synth tones as complicated pads for example) and a base tone of the Moog LP. During the track the sounds are tweaked. The solo came from the Korg DS-8, it is a preset with a long echo and with a pitch change in the end of the envelope. It is not one of my best tracks but just a tweak with my setup. Neverthelss enjoy listening.
The vid is made during my trip to my work (yes, on a very quit chrismas holiday day) on a highway round Amsterdam at 06:30 in the morning.
greetings Hans “Skoulaman”
New modular video from KlirrFaktor – check it out
Maybe my last modular patch (and track) in 2011 trying out my new Electro-Harmonix “Metal-Muff” with my modular system.
So I got something like “ElectroPunk”.
I hpe you enjoy the sound!
Beatz: MFB Schlagzwerg + ART Pro Channel
Percussion + Noise: DIY “Zapp”, MakeNoise Wiard Wogglebug + Doepfer A-117 + Metasonix R-52
Guitar Sounds: WMD Gamma WaveSource & Bubblesound VCOb + Electro-Harmonix “Metal-Muff” & Ibanez SM7 Smash Box
Drones/Pads: Livewire Dalek Modulator + Doepfer A-106 Xtreme Filter + FOW “The Sound Of Shadows”. Doepfer Dark Energy + T.C. D-Two
Lead: MakeNoise René + The Harvestmann Hertz Donut + WMD Geiger Counter + MOTM E580 Resampling Mini Delay
Bass: Din Sync OSC303 + Malekko Wiard Borg Filter, Pittsburgh Generator + 4ms Noise Swash
VELVET VOYAGE – “Astral Landscape” – performed live by Bruno Ender Lee; December 27. 2011
Synthesizers.com Studio-88, MiniMoog Voyager (OS), Moog Little Phatty Stage II, MacBeth M5N (& Doepfer MAQ-sequencer), ARP Odyssey, Analogue Solutions Vostok, Roland Juno-60, Korg Delta, Korg Polysix, Korg MS2000, Korg DS-8 & MoonSonoSx (VST)
…please take a look at the video-response “Surreal Landscape” by JampyKeys
“Simple title, because it’s the video no.100 which i upload to YT. What else maybe a better choise to produce the basic track with the A-100 Analog Modular System for this time?
More about this i included 2 samples which i’ve created with the Virus C and also a loop which i created with my new Boss RC-30 is running in the background.
Btw. creating the videos is much mor work than producing the sound. Maybe it’s time for myself to relax a while with chilling and watchig my own stream at a big flat tv.”
Short improvisation. Yamaha CP80B, DSI TETR4, Korg Monotribe, Eventide Space and TimeFactor, Doepfer modular, Roland RE-201. Sequenced from Naught Panther Phaedra running on an iPad.
“Since there will be an inevitable question, I’ll go ahead and say now that the CP-80B is running through the TimeFactor and Space, and the Space is set to its Shimmer algorithm. These are the only effects on the piano. … Anyhow, sequenced by Phaedra, as is proper for music like this.” – Chris Randall