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Re: The Ciat-Lonbarde Family Jams

Post by rodrigo » Sat Dec 05, 2020 1:33 pm

Been doing a series called 'play talk play' where I improvise with other performs, we talk about the performance, and then improvise again. I've used some ciat stuff for others (used a Shtar for one a while back), but the most recent one features a Plumbutter and Karper as some of my main sounds.


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Post by andreasphh » Sun Dec 06, 2020 2:29 am

rodrigo wrote:
Sat Dec 05, 2020 1:33 pm
Been doing a series called 'play talk play' where I improvise with other performs, we talk about the performance, and then improvise again. I've used some ciat stuff for others (used a Shtar for one a while back), but the most recent one features a Plumbutter and Karper as some of my main sounds.
I don't really know what to say except that I enjoyed this performance very much, thank you!

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Post by Lapis_Elle » Mon Dec 07, 2020 6:32 pm

I think you all might get a kick out of this! I write music for the creepy animator on Youtube Meatcanyon, and currently one of the videos I scored is trending #1 on Youtube. The score was made primarily with the Tetrax, a Deerhorn Organ, and a Lyra 8 (with some Spitfire samples for good measure). Let me know what you think!(warning, slightly disturbing)

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Post by samule.edmoon » Tue Dec 15, 2020 6:38 pm

Hey Everyone,

I just released an ambient EP on Bandcamp. It was recorded live using a small BugBrand system, Cocoquantus & an OTO BAM.

Both pieces are generative and were made using the Quantussy section of the coco to feed a quantizer in the BugBrand system. The only human input came from subtle adjustments of the VCAs, quantizer “amount” and the speed and chaos control of the Coco.
Coco was patched to randomly capture things in the buffer via the voltages of the Quantussy.

It’s free to download if you’d like 🖤


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Post by northerntao » Wed Dec 16, 2020 4:23 pm

samule.edmoon wrote:
Tue Dec 15, 2020 6:38 pm
Hey Everyone,

I just released an ambient EP on Bandcamp. It was recorded live using a small BugBrand system, Cocoquantus & an OTO BAM.

Both pieces are generative and were made using the Quantussy section of the coco to feed a quantizer in the BugBrand system. The only human input came from subtle adjustments of the VCAs, quantizer “amount” and the speed and chaos control of the Coco.
Coco was patched to randomly capture things in the buffer via the voltages of the Quantussy.

It’s free to download if you’d like 🖤

Thanks for sharing! Digging the sounds.

I really should share some of my PB2 through my BugBrand modular wiggles.

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Post by samule.edmoon » Wed Dec 16, 2020 7:23 pm

Please let me know if you do 👍

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Post by leftbracket » Fri Jan 01, 2021 10:39 am

Just released a new album with Deerhorn and/or Sidrax on almost every track (half of my last release also features the Sidrax, for those interested, but it wasn't until now that I felt that the instruments were really shaping my composition process):



Happy New Year, and many thanks to the fine people on this forum for helping me cultivate my love of Peter's work.

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Post by mrbloor » Sun Jan 03, 2021 3:31 am

rodrigo wrote:
Sat Dec 05, 2020 1:33 pm
Been doing a series called 'play talk play' where I improvise with other performs, we talk about the performance, and then improvise again. I've used some ciat stuff for others (used a Shtar for one a while back), but the most recent one features a Plumbutter and Karper as some of my main sounds.

Loving this series Rodrigo, thanks for putting it out there.

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Post by landmax » Sun Jan 03, 2021 1:02 pm

Recently got a Plumbutter 2 to go with my Cocoquantus. Such great instruments in their own rights and even better when cross patching.

Here is a jam with the two of them playing together. No external processing or other sounds. Sorry about the video still.


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Post by warnton » Sun Jan 03, 2021 1:19 pm

my first lockdown gig with no public around, which was a frightening experience ... dry, everything dry... no response...
the cocoquantus v1 and an old pipe of an even older organ. ambience from eventide H9


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Post by heliophis » Wed Jan 06, 2021 10:04 am

First PB patch. Nothing too spectacular I'm sure but considering how obscure the PB appears to be I was surprised I got results that I really like this fast! This thing is much much easier to handle than I thought (not discounting all the mystery, but It's very straightforward in a way) no doubt thanks to this board. Can't wait to dive in further.
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Post by Noctopolis » Wed Jan 06, 2021 11:33 am

heliophis wrote:
Wed Jan 06, 2021 10:04 am
First PB patch. Nothing to spectacular I'm sure but considering how obscure the PB appears to be I was surprised I got results that I really like this fast! This thing is much much easier to handle than I thought (not discounting all the mystery, but It's very straightforward in a way) no doubt thanks to this board. Can't wait to dive in further.
This is beautiful! Exactly my experience - that pleasant surprise of the c-l instruments being much easier and immediate than expected. Have fun with it 😊
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Post by BigFrog » Mon Jan 11, 2021 5:40 am

Set up is coming together! Really enjoy cross pollinating these two and was really happy with the rhythms that popped up out of nowhere. :mrgreen:


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Post by samule.edmoon » Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:09 pm

I FINALLY got a Deerhorn and it’s everything I hoped it would be. The expressive synth and controller I’ve always wanted in a Peter B instrument.

Here’s my first go with it using nothing but the Deerhorn & a Strymon Volante for half speed loop & delay:


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Post by k_bntzn » Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:52 pm

Absolutely beautiful tuning and playing. You nailed it at first try! :yay:

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Post by samule.edmoon » Thu Jan 14, 2021 2:06 pm

k_bntzn wrote:
Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:52 pm
Absolutely beautiful tuning and playing. You nailed it at first try! :yay:
Thank you 🙏 I hope I can keep nailing it because I’m already feeling this instrument is very special!

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Post by SPIKE the Percussionist » Fri Jan 15, 2021 12:24 am

wired up a Ciat-Lonbarde noiz circuit for last night's session... :twisted:


here's a short view of the live action:
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Post by d42kn355 » Tue Jan 26, 2021 1:42 pm

Not a jam - but a Relaxation Patch. :)

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Post by mrbloor » Fri Feb 05, 2021 9:16 am

New album available now.

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https://glassreservoir.com/releases/tgr ... uOSr_3Y1s0

This album is a record of doings, a fusion of unrelated acts. Playing with volcanic fragments on a windswept landscape in Iceland, performing with drying seaweed and lighthouse bell in a hole in the rocks on the coast in Anglesey, recording builders through a long steel pipe on Deptford Creek, blowing into dead Dad’s mouth organ.

Tracklisting & Field Notes:
1. Cyclical Impulse Circuitry & Slow Swimming Dogs
Field recording of moving small stones, Kolugljùfur
Iceland. Ciat Lonbarde Plumbutter, Rollz 5, Sidrax

2. Forcing Air Down a Small Pipe
Field recording inside a steel tube, Deptford Creek.
Wire blowing in wind & tapping against steel railing, Deptford. Ciat Lonbarde Sidrax, Phasi

3. Relationships Amongst Unrelated Actions
Moving stones in a cave in Anglesey, Wales.
Recording of dead Dads wind chimes. Ciat Lonbarde Rollz, Nord micromodular, walnuts, corten steel offcuts

4.Rotational Orbit Spin
Ciat Lonbarde Plumbutter, Rollz 5, Cocoquantus, Sidrax, Phasi, Walnuts
5. This Body of Earth
Recording of mains hum inside a fuse cupboard. Violin, Ciat Lonbarde Rollz 5, Sidrax, Cocoquantus
6. Dispersal Arrangement
Field recording of seed heads blowing in Anglesey, Wales. Recording of dead dads garden sculpture, Nord micromodular, Ciat Lonbarde Rollz 5
7. A Hole in the Ground by the Sea
Field recording of seaweed drying, Penmon lighthouse, Anglesey, Wales. Performance on Ciat Lonbarde Phasi in same location
8. The Trajectory of Objects Through Space & Time
Two Revox A77’s connected, dead dads harmonica, small gong, Nord micromodular, stones, bamboo drum, rubber ball, six prepared music box mechanisms.

The sleeve image is a linoprint based on “Old Ways”. Svínafelljökull, Iceland. Winter 2019 by Sean Curtis Patrick
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Post by marcmean » Fri Feb 05, 2021 10:02 am

Hey guys!

am releasing today my second solo ambient album. The album is centered around the ciat-lonbarde cocoquantus, plumbutter, my piano and some tape manipulations.

Marc Méan: Ciat Lonbarde Cocoquantus & Plumbutter, Piano, Reel to Reel Tape, Cassette & FX

Recorded & Mixed by Marc Méan
Mastered by Kassian Troyer
Art + Design by Taylor Deupree

Have a good listen!


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Post by nrdvrgr » Mon Feb 08, 2021 2:49 pm

This is 75% C-L; mainly Plumbutter and Cocoquantus-action, then polished a bit and the final 25% (being drums) added:

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Post by chrisdermo » Tue Feb 09, 2021 4:08 am

nrdvrgr wrote:
Mon Feb 08, 2021 2:49 pm
This is 75% C-L; mainly Plumbutter and Cocoquantus-action, then polished a bit and the final 25% (being drums) added:
Uh, yes please! So good!!
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Post by heliophis » Wed Feb 10, 2021 11:18 am

Still having a hell of a fun time exploring the PB.
Here's a snippet from a recent session. Some deerhorn sounds being looped with a ditto x2 and a little reverb/delay from a Avalanche run.

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Post by nrdvrgr » Wed Feb 10, 2021 4:04 pm

Awesome sounds!

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