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Post by youkon » Fri Jul 08, 2016 3:45 am

thank you!

here some more Techno exercises:
Experimenting with filter- and efx routings
minute 3 to 4 sucks a little

Main sources:
tt-808
DPO-RxMx-MMG-Optomix sequenced by Ladik sequencer
A-110-4-Optomix (modulated by wogglebug)
Nebulae-Optomix
Mysteron for hihats
some Telharmonic
hihat rolls by Little Shimmery plus Ladik 333 Rom Player

Efx by DubJr and Erbe Verb
Used filters:
Doepfer Wasp for Highpass sweeps/cuts
Aion Modular highpass before Erbe Verb input
Happy Nerding MMM Vcf as end of chain (gives the bass more punch)

then I added the Ladik Burst Generator plus Probability Generator for some hihat rolls (still have to tame this, the sweetspots are very small)


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Post by zfigz » Sun Sep 25, 2016 9:32 am

woah, that's some intense sound design.

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Post by youkon » Fri Nov 25, 2016 8:23 am

Testpatch with new modules
Tempi is making the groove
some TT-303 inside

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Post by youkon » Fri Nov 25, 2016 11:59 am

and part 2

(don't know how it sounds on monitors, had a headphone session as usual and you will have to hear it loud)
lot's of going on in the deep frequencies

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Post by youkon » Thu Feb 23, 2017 3:42 am

my first glitch experience with the modular (I'm sure there will follow more :-D)
still have to work out that patch


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Post by youkon » Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:57 pm

Part no. 2:

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Post by youkon » Sun Aug 13, 2017 6:49 pm

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Post by youkon » Mon Aug 14, 2017 5:51 pm

Vacation Jam in Italy:

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Post by youkon » Sat Nov 04, 2017 5:32 am

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Post by youkon » Tue Nov 28, 2017 4:31 am

try and error with Morphagene

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Post by youkon » Mon Apr 16, 2018 5:48 am

performance training
what can be done with a bunch of 8 step sequencers and some performance controllers (love my joystick!)
musical content is lame but it is interesting how the music can be shaped with the help of a joystick!

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Post by youkon » Sat Apr 28, 2018 4:33 am

My first Samba experience with my modular!
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Post by youkon » Sun May 27, 2018 6:34 am

breakbeat studies:
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Elektro Breakbeat improvisation.
Tired of so many hours of four to the floor sessions, I descided to have some breakbeat practice.
Experimenting with alternative beat creation/variation.
LXR sequencer triggers kick, clap and mysteron hihat with a basic beat.
Fills and Rolls realized with changing stages from Tempi clock divider and adding these triggers with a XAOC Devices - Bytom Or combiner. Fading through these stages with the LS1 lightstrip.
Pressure Points are used to mute the drum voices.
Morphagene runs an Ave Maria Reel for the right vibe

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Post by Ypsi Kid » Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:44 pm

Nice man, been enjoying watching your videos. Do you typically have everything sequenced beforehand (looks like this is what you do), or is it kind of off the cuff (outside of drums)?

Either way, sounding real good man.

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Post by youkon » Mon Jun 25, 2018 3:57 pm

Ypsi Kid wrote:Nice man, been enjoying watching your videos. Do you typically have everything sequenced beforehand (looks like this is what you do), or is it kind of off the cuff (outside of drums)?

Either way, sounding real good man.
thank you!!

there is no sequencing at all! it's all playing a big patch with lots of clock dividers, trigger generators, 8 step sequencers... very hard work! and even harder to play :-D
that's my challenge :lol:
The funny thing is: I have never heard that sounds until to the moment I play them ..then listening what happens - react and change.. improvising.. the same with the triggers - so fail and success is very close to each other:-D that's the game - don't fail!! the "songs" are as new to me as they're for a first time listener
When I play a drop for example... I don't know what will come after until I changed stuff and hear the result :-D the better you patch - the better it works

all you hear comes directly out of the modular and all happens within the modular. everything. (here and there some little exceptions)

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Post by Ypsi Kid » Tue Jun 26, 2018 9:32 am

youkon wrote: thank you!!

there is no sequencing at all! it's all playing a big patch with lots of clock dividers, trigger generators, 8 step sequencers... very hard work! and even harder to play :-D
that's my challenge :lol:
The funny thing is: I have never heard that sounds until to the moment I play them ..then listening what happens - react and change.. improvising.. the same with the triggers - so fail and success is very close to each other:-D that's the game - don't fail!! the "songs" are as new to me as they're for a first time listener
When I play a drop for example... I don't know what will come after until I changed stuff and hear the result :-D the better you patch - the better it works

all you hear comes directly out of the modular and all happens within the modular. everything. (here and there some little exceptions)
Nice man, I'm trying to create something very similar where I can just go and jam and see what comes out. I definitely hear you are saying about not failing, I'm kinda there too where 80-90% of the stuff sounds pretty good and then 10-20% where it's like WTF just happened - haha! The current patch I have going is getting pretty close to what I want and very close to what you are doing outside of the drums as I use drums samples triggered through a BitBox for my drums (sequenced from Eloquencer). I'd like to look at tying the drums rhythmically into everything else, just haven't thought too much about it - but that is really where I would like to get to.

Keep up the good work man, sounding great!

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