The big LepLoop, ArpoLoop, Arpopone, Lumanoise & Multicassa Thread

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Post by flx » Tue Nov 13, 2018 2:08 am

burnn_out! wrote:That Arpopone looks sick. Need more info
What else do you want to know? It's available at a bunch of retailers online and there's a lot of information on the LepLoop blog, which I posted the link to earlier: http://tonylight-leploop.blogspot.com/2 ... e.html?m=1
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Post by dandandan » Wed Nov 14, 2018 10:05 am

tIB wrote:Think there is a mod of swapping out a resistor - ask Tony maybe, he's very helpful.
Thank you :tu:

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Post by ugerhard » Fri May 24, 2019 9:16 am

I got a Arpopone and Mulicassa a few months back, and have been playing around with them for quite some while now.

The multicassa is a nice and interesting box: While it is supposed to be a bassdrum module, I tend to use it more as a generator for quasi-tribal rhythms.

The Arpopone is even more special and due to it's idiosyncratic nature it somewhat "demands" to be the centerpiece of everything I use it for.

I've created a few tracks with Multicassa or Arpopone or both, if anybody is interested:

Here the Multicassa (coming in at 5:27) sets the rhythmic foundation for a vaguely Oldfield-like track:

The Arpopone in full drunk pirates mode:

Both Multicassa and Arpopone were the main instruments for this set of tracks, "Night in the Laboratory of Popular Electronics", named so of course in reference to L.E.P: https://soundcloud.com/udo-gerhards/set ... oratory-of

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Re: The big Leploop, Arpopone, Lumanoise & Multicassa Thread

Post by Radiance2021 » Tue Apr 14, 2020 12:54 pm

A quick Leploop question; Are the output CV voltages in the positive range (say from 0V to +5V or whatever) or do they swing from negative to positive (say from -5V to +5V like for example the Korg MS20) ??

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Re: The big Leploop, Arpopone, Lumanoise & Multicassa Thread

Post by dandandan » Mon May 11, 2020 2:54 pm

Time to add Arpoloop to the title.



Seems to be more of full fledged groovebox a la leploop. Still a prototype but will be interesting to see what will come of thos.

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Re: The big Leploop, Arpopone, Lumanoise & Multicassa Thread

Post by tIB » Mon May 11, 2020 3:44 pm

That's a bit special!

Multicassa through the Lyra 8 is very special too!

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Post by tIB » Mon May 11, 2020 3:47 pm

Also anyone who likes this kind of box should look out for the Oi Kant.

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Re: The big Leploop, Arpopone, Lumanoise & Multicassa Thread

Post by Electronicvibes » Thu May 14, 2020 5:29 am

looking forward to put my hands on an Arpoloop - love my Leploop, great fun to mess with

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Re: The big Leploop, Arpopone, Lumanoise & Multicassa Thread

Post by flx » Thu May 14, 2020 7:07 am

Here‘s a new ArpoLoop video from Tony:


Electronicvibes wrote:
Thu May 14, 2020 5:29 am
looking forward to put my hands on an Arpoloop - love my Leploop, great fun to mess with
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Re: The big LepLoop, ArpoLoop, Arpopone, Lumanoise & Multicassa Thread

Post by flx » Sat May 23, 2020 12:23 pm

Tony posted this image on Instagram:



Looks like 4 VCOs, plus Cassa and Snare. Rhythm generator which seems based on mixing clock divisions, probably similar to the Multicassa. Arpeggiator similar to the Arpopone then, I guess. There’s a switch for “easy arpeggio” and “nice scale” :D
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