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
Live set using Elektron Machinedrum SPS-1 UW mk2 and Monomachine SFX-60 mk1, as well as small modular synthesis system.
As performed at the Diskordance night of 14/8/2013 at The Green Door Store, Brighton.
Controlling the Stylophone with CV works like a charm:
This video takes a look at how the Dubreq Stylophone S2 analog synthesizer can be used with control voltages. It demonstrates how the Stylophone S2 can be controlled via CV by the Elektron Analog Four.
Tempest and Analog Four analog together. After a few months break I make this afternoon a simple “analog together”. Dave Smith with Elektron, both most creative machines.
Live recorded jam session; mainly to demonstrate some analog/hybrid synths.
“Unfortunately since I had only 1 hand free I couldn’t tweak that much realtime and also had to move fast on switching between synths, so there might be some delays. Only pre-recorded tracks were the drums and the synth midi tracks, which was basically 1 loop. This is not a worked-out track, but maybe I will do so one day No effects used, only some minor mastering/compression on the total mix.”
Equipment used in this video:
Ableton Live 9, NI Maschine Mikro Mk2, Elektron Analog Four
Khantipol Kasemsant has shared this video from his studio, details below:
Curious (with Analog Four, Waldorf Rocket, NI Maschine)
The Octatrack was used as an effect processor for Waldorf Rocket.
Midi was sequenced with Ableton Live 9
Often changing from even to odd time meter. Reverse Effect parts from Lexicon MX300 preset. Sequenced on Elektron MonoMachine SFX-60 Mk1, and sound fx added with DSI MonoEvolver keyboard.
It’s mostly the MonoMachine you are hearing, the Evolver comes in at around (0:23) with a buzzing outdoor ambient like texture. The point of this piece isn’t for the listener to figure out the time signature counts, rather listen for where the drums rhythmically modulate meter from a fusion feel to a half time feel, as it does here (1:01) back to fusion feel (1:14) etc…from this perspective you can hear over the barlines easier.
Live session in Arjen Schat’s living room with Elektron Analog Four, Moog Slim Phatty + CP-251 and Waldorf Blofeld.
Elektron Analog Four and Octatrack