||Self-Playing patch (mostly...) [VIDEO]
| br>As I have a few modules out of the case, I had a different approach yesterday to make this patch. Actually if was meant to be a self-playing patch...
Amazing what this machine can do soundwise!
All the modulations and slow LFOs come from PRC2B (S&H) + DD2 + Morphing Terrarium.
Sound sources are 2 x SYN2A (Utility VCO + XR09VCO PWM) + SLab's Orgone Accumulator. I send them in parallel to 2 x DD3 VCA/Drive for Distortion.
Effects are PRC1 PT Delay + Logic Delay Designer for delay and Logic Space Designer for reverb.
And I have to say it here again: the CrossOver Filter that Tom created is extremely powerful. It's always a pleasure to play with it again. A really, really good module!
If you like this kind of sound, here is the full session:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaCU5Q50_IM br> br>
| br>Amazing and mysterious sonic field!I couldn't help saying this: it is alive!
Don't know if it's BB or how particularly you patch and process, but I had the same feeling then I heard Tom's system for the first time - the sound coming out of it was so charismatic, organic, and, as I always say - "musical".
And yes... That Orgone... Eventually, I have to get a copy. I've heard they are working on a new version of it. Could it mean anything for BB world?
P.S: I've sent you pm, please take a look... br> br>
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|And yes... That Orgone... Eventually, I have to get a copy. I've heard they are working on a new version of it. Could it mean anything for BB world?
P.S: I've sent you pm, please take a look...
Thank for the PM
I only know of the collaboration between Neutron7 and WMD for the retail version for Eurorack, out since a few months and the 4U from CLee. Both with the CV mod which allows to select wavetables.
I don't know if there's something new. I guess it could, maybe with VCA and so on, why not.
Now about the integration in the BugBrand system the 4U pcbs are too big, obviously. The retail version would need a few easy mods, but on top you'd also need to desolder the 3.5" plugs, check where there is some normalization to be taken care of and replace with bananas, knowing that there's really not much space behind the pcb (I did cut the pcb on the first OA DIY version to make my Scrotum Lab version!). Then you'd need to make a panel. Not even sure for a decent panel if there'd be enough space for bananas in the front with the new CV adds.
Also you'd need to check the push button caps, cause the blue pcb panels are thicker than the eurorack alu panels. br> br>
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