Patching an Anyware Tinysizer to play sound effects by itself. This is not “music”. It sounds kind of like old computers fighting under water. Pew pew pew! There is a lot of re-triggering and frequency modulation happening, all based on the three LFOs, which also act as VCA envelopes.
Gear used in this video:
Anyware Tinysizer – Analog Modular Synthesizer
Filmed with a Canon Rebel t2i (550D).
Alyseum Copperlan Modules More modular synth control and a patchbay
Alex4 European Modular Synth Distribution Mr Schneiders Tells us all about it
A brief look at the Doepfer A121 Multimode Filter. Audio demonstrations of the Doepfer A121 Multimode filters. A specific look at the Low and High Pass Filters. Next video in series looks at the Band Pass and Notch filters.Sound and Video by Raul Pena.
A quick tour of all the modular stuff you will find in the realms of Doepfer
Nice and bleepy with loads of modules and flashing lights
Using Native Instruments Reaktor to create an 8-bit LED display out of the Expert Sleepers ES-3 Eurorack module. In the first demo using the Malekko 8nu8r to sweep the CV. In the second demo using my ArdCore Pseudo-Random Shift Register sketch. The Reaktor macro is calibrated for the ArdCore which only goes from 0 to 5V. The 8nu8r goes past 7V, so that’s why the LEDs wrap around. This macro can be used as an ArdCore expander by using the ES-3′s outputs as triggers or gates.
qMI is a quad MIDI-to-CV converter-module suitable for modular synthesizer systems in eurorack format. qMI is based upon the voice allocating unit of VERMONA’s PERfourMER MKII and supports monophonic as well as polyphonic playing.
Each of unit’s four output channels offers output for Key-CV (1v/oct.), gate as well as two additional CV-outputs to redirect MIDI-controllers like modulation wheel or pitch bend. The output channels can be freely combined or used independently with individual MIDI-channels. Combined output channels can be played in unison, monophonically with rotating voice allocation or polyphonically.
qMI offers four clock-divider-outputs, which convert incoming MIDI-clock to analogue gate-voltages. A reset-output allows MIDI-start/stop-commands to be converted to control components of your modular synthesizer system, e.g. a step-sequencer and keep it synchronized this way.
Simple handling and immediate access to all parameters is an important part of qMI’s concept. Therefore, qMI allows a straightforward combination of your modular synthesizer and MIDI-system.
This synth jam stars the Analog 4 by Elektron and features the Pittsburgh Modular Foundation synth. The A4 controls the PMF as track 4, by setting the OSC to Ext input.
The PMF is influenced by the built in LFO of the A4 to get some cool wobble effect.
Effects: Ableton Live.
4 ms Peg, RCD
Analogue Systems 2x RS100,2xRS 110,2xRS 360
Bananalogue Serge VCS
Cyndustries 2x Zero Oscillator
Doepfer A 134 panning by A 143-9 QLFO ,Maths & Moog MP 201
Grendel Formant Filter 2x
Make Noise Brains PP 2x Maths Optonix QMMG
Roland System 104 Sequencer (ch A to Quantimator 1 ch B to Quantimator 2)
SSL Modulation Orgy
Toppobrillo,Sportmodulator,2xQuantimator (sixtone symetrix scale), 2x TWF
Logic master clock to Kenton Pro 2000
FX Boss VF 1,Lexicon PCM 80, Line6 Echopro , TC M 3000
Background video description:
Hello ! My name is Frederic Gerchambeau. I have made this movie and this music. The music has been made using a Doepfer analog modular system. Enjoy !
I am a (proud !) member of the french association PWM (Patch Work Music) :