Funky40 wrote:Is anybody here using the Morpheus to filter a Drummachine or a Elektron box ?
in regards to filter switching ( from midi2CV):
one can setup a chain of filters one wants to switch thru, any (reasonable) numbers of filters, right ?
is this working well when controlling from midi with a midi2CV device ?
guess one would just have to set the numbers of filters to 4,8,16, right ?
i just imagine a Octatrack or Digitakt been fed thru a Morpheus while the Morpheus would be controlled by the midi out of the same machine.
any feedback on this from people doing so would be much appreciated
Of course you can do that and its great! Just note that the sequencer advances by trigger pulses only via inc, dec, and reset jacks... and not CV.
Not sure what you mean by needing certain sequence numbers... you can add any number of filters you want to your sequence, including fade times in between and other little tricks. With drums, i find there is a lot of filter cubes that will explode your low end far too much, so you gotta be careful of your filter choices and customize the gains(saved to the cube preset that the sequence is recalling)
Is there ever plans for additions of more cube models? If so, id like to get some thoughts in about those ideas as well. Admitedly i havent tried to customize and save my own but from what I can tell its more of modifying currently existing cubes rather than creating new ones
I want to hear those ideas! I personally would like some cubes with a little more freedom instead of being limited to the designers sweet spot. I think a three sisters cube would be nice.
I would LOVE for there to be more performance oriented cubes. A lot of the cubes are super cool for experimental sound design, which i do really love all of them. But i would love to see some others that have more tame purposes for the knob, and more relaxed on the gain boosting by the modulation so that they are dependable and useful in the live setting. Maybe one that is kind of like the wmd overseer, and sure other emulations would be interesting and wecome in my mind... some simple ones that have at least 1 knob acting as VCA, lowering the entire frequency range. Some kind of filter thats a passes a HP and LP filters with resonance that can be separately adjustable like a lot of synth voices have. And even one that is basically a 3 CV input stereo VCA would be super useful. Just seems like most of the current ones are super complex soundwise so a few more familiar designs would be nice i think.
On a coffee filled morning im sure my mind would come up with more...
Ive been using it live recently, and theres a few filters which have made the cut into my live sequence, but i still wish i had a bit more control over them in a way that makes sense rather than twisting knobs with a general idea of what might happen