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Stereotactixxx
I doubled my module count the other day when I recieved a VCO and an LFO from Krisp1.
Now, if iI only add a keyboard or some midi to this, I will practically have me a musical instrument.
A proper filter wouldn't hurt off course...

Anyway, yesterday I recorded a few patches I ended upp with using the VC-ADSR, noise, VCO and LFO modules.
Here it is, only controlled by some light live tweaking:

[s]http://soundcloud.com/stereotactixxx/4-oakley-modules[/s]
Stereotactixxx
A few more simple patches for anyone interested in the sound of the aforementioned Oakley modules:

[s]http://soundcloud.com/stereotactixxx/1-more-oakley-foursome[/s]

Still no midi or effects.
Stereotactixxx
Six more non-sequenced patches to show off these four modules:

[s]http://soundcloud.com/stereotactixxx/pulsating-patches[/s]

(edited due to dyscalculia)
Atticus
Stereotactixxx wrote:
Six more non-sequenced patches to show off these four modules:

[s]http://soundcloud.com/stereotactixxx/pulsating-patches[/s]

(edited due to dyscalculia)


Some lovely sounds there. 1.39-2.39 especially. thumbs up
Stereotactixxx
Atticus wrote:
Some lovely sounds there. 1.39-2.39 especially. thumbs up


Thanks, Atticus. So far all I have are these four Oakley modules,
but they really have the potential to produce some great audio.

I shure need to get them some buddies though exclamation exclamation
Stereotactixxx
Been touching them knobs again, recorded some of it.
Same modules, different sounds.

[s]http://soundcloud.com/stereotactixxx/on-the-knobs[/s]
krisp14u
so your just using the 4 modules and nothing else
I have to say fantastic work some really good sounds in there SlayerBadger! It's motherfucking bacon yo
Stereotactixxx
krisp14u wrote:
so your just using the 4 modules and nothing else


Yeah, all I've got are these four modules. I haven't even got any means to control them exept by putting my hands on the knobs. All I've added is the odd digital fade here and there.

krisp14u wrote:
I have to say fantastic work some really good sounds in there SlayerBadger! It's motherfucking bacon yo


Thanks, I really could't have done it without your modules off course. I will add more as money allows, but for now I'm pretty pleased with what comes out of what I've got. That first patch of the last track for example with the ADSR in loop mode synched to the VCO and modulated by the LFO and then filtered by the LPF iirc. Guinness ftw!
wmonk
This is fun! 8_)
Actually a real good idea to pick just a few modules and see what you can do with it, instead of always more or less the same tricks with all modules. (after you have more). You really learn the possibilities with the system this way. thumbs up I'm going to try it out this evening, with some other modules though (actually all of those four are high on my wishlist)
What I really like is that you get some Serge like ear cutting sounds transforming into smooth moogy sounds. Nice combo! w00t
Stereotactixxx
wmonk wrote:
This is fun! 8_)
Actually a real good idea to pick just a few modules and see what you can do with it, instead of always more or less the same tricks with all modules. (after you have more). You really learn the possibilities with the system this way. thumbs up I'm going to try it out this evening, with some other modules though (actually all of those four are high on my wishlist)
What I really like is that you get some Serge like ear cutting sounds transforming into smooth moogy sounds. Nice combo! w00t


Thanks for listening.
Yeah, I've really been exploring the ins and outs of these quite flexible moules.
It does help that most of them are capable of multiple functions.
I can wholeheartedly recommend all of them. SlayerBadger!
Stereotactixxx
Look, I just made my first youtube video:

nerdware
Very tasty!
Stereotactixxx
Thanks nerdware!

Although not very action loaded visually,
you can almost make out the patch in that video.
And the distorted rytm... MY ASS IS BLEEDING
...if that's your thing.
Stereotactixxx
Got my four Oakley modules to produce a few more rythms, all by themselves:


[s]http://soundcloud.com/stereotactixxx/almost-like-music-definitely  [/s]

I would particularly recommend to listen to patch no 4, the last one though got quite ugly in the soundcloud conversion.
Stereotactixxx
Hey, I recorded another video. Me touching them knobs again:

Stereotactixxx
Remeber rave? meh

Now you can enjoy it in your own home,
in a short, modular and tweaked out version. screaming goo yo

Stereotactixxx
It seems I just can't stop hitting that rec button.
So in case there are still any poor souls out there watching and listening,
here is another one, and this time it reminds me a bit of a DX7.
Stereotactixxx
Ok, playing tonal music using only the coarse tune knob is bloody hard in my opinion.
And yet I display the result on youtube. Dead Banana

The middle of this video contains a microtonal part heavily influenced by Blue Monday. Some may find it offensive.

The patch is in a more traditional subtractive vein than some of my other patches in this thread.
The 80's bass pattern is due to a collaboration between the LFO and the ADSR in gated loop mode.
The A and D slopes are modified by sending env to VC inputs.
The rest is basically just env to PWM through LPF through VCA.

peeninety
good job with all the demos. which vcf are you using?
Stereotactixxx
peeninety wrote:
good job with all the demos. which vcf are you using?


Thanks peeninety!

For now I only have the filters in the noise module.
Not ideal since they are only one poles without resonance.
They are very smooth though if thats what you need.

Next time I get me a couple of modules, one of them will definitely be a proper VCF.
I'm kind of hoping krisp1 has ported the TSL to MU by then, that would be dancin' bacon... It's motherfucking bacon yo
peeninety
well, it seems like you're getting the most out of your modules. keep up the good work.
Stereotactixxx
Are you ready for some serious hand held camera action?
This video features some heavy FM nastiness,
but there is something of a Hollywood ending to it (less distorted sound that is).

krisp14u
I love the way you are using the VC-ADSR in most of the patches you have shown
And also the mileage you are getting out of the VCF’s on the Noise module

Can I ask if its ok to repost some of the Video’s on the Krisp1 Facebook page
Stereotactixxx
Thanks Paul!

The VC-ADSR is really one flexible beast,
I'm only taking advantage of what it has to offer.

The filters in the noise module are the ones I've got,
so they end up in pretty much every patch.
The LPF isn't really a substitute for a "proper filter"
with it's shallow slope and lack of resonance,
but perhaps the latter could be fixed using a multimix to create an external resonance loop?
Anyway, I will be looking at getting a dedicated filter in the next few months,
and if the TSL is ported to MU by then, that will definitely be my choice!
(Sorry for desperately trying to influence your priorities,
but that is the one Oakley filter I really want.)

Regarding FB, just repost away, it would be an honour.
Synthbuilder
Stereotactixxx wrote:
but perhaps the latter could be fixed using a multimix to create an external resonance loop?


Alas, you can't get a one pole active filter to oscillate even with an additional feedback path since it doesn't exhibit a natural resonance.

Unless that extra feedback path contains other phase shifting networks (ie. another one pole low pass filter).

Tony
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