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Serge Res EQ Freq Out - vid
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Author Serge Res EQ Freq Out - vid

djangosfire

More Saturday Serge exploring smile

Serge Custom Shop Panel + Field Recordings + Eventide Space Reverb.

The Serge provided a kind of "electronic heartbeat", which inspired me to pair up with some iPhone recordings I did walking around the Pike Street Market last year - pics from the same time/walk-through.




confusional

This is so wonderful. Thank you!


Soviet Space Child

Good stuff sir! I wish that I had a Res EQ waah


djangosfire

Thank you @Soviet SpaceChild & @confusional nanners Guinness ftw!


mike sheridan

you're on a roll django!
many really sweet videos from your workshop lately!

inspiring!


phisynth

Yeah, works really well together... thumbs up


sentimentalist

nice!
I like the minimal gesture and the cool fm sounds.


subterryanean

very nice!


vibralux

Is that the Res EQ feedback patch? If yes could You shed some light on the patch? Cause I tried it few times and never was able to achieve those nice cutting sounds out of it sad banana

Peace
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HueMonContact

Django... wow man really amazing work! Looking forward to more. applause


batchas

Excellent!!!


djangosfire

Wow, thanks for the kind words @mike sheridain, @ phisynth, @sentimentalist, @subterryanean, @vibralux, @HueMonContact, @batchas super awesome thank you!!! Guinness ftw! love

vibralux wrote:
Is that the Res EQ feedback patch? If yes could You shed some light on the patch?


I'll try..... basically for this patch:

1 - external audio into a Wave Multiplier (middle section of module - which helps to attenuate & amplify certain frequencies) then into Res EQ input

2 - Res EQ output into a VCA type module for attenuation of feedback (I used the top section of a Wave Multipler for this patch) - then patch it back to the Res EQ input

3 - Res EQ out to mixer

4 - start w/ EQ set flat

5 - turn up Res EQ input level 90% to 100%

6 - turn up the external audio - adjust the middle section of Wave Multiplier as needed

7 - slowly turn up the top section of the Wave Multiplier until you just start to hear feedback - use this section for maintaining control of feedback

8 - boost/cut the different bands of the Res EQ - use this section for "tuning" the feedback


Hope this helps Guinness ftw!


vibralux

Sweeet - thanks a lot for the detailed walkthrough. I am off to studio for some feedback afternoon.
nanners
Peace


theboddy

That's really great. You obviously had a bit of a blinder that Saturday with so much creative output.

I think this is also one of the best videos I've seen for a while. Tbh it gets a little boring just watching a disembodied hand tweaking some knobs no matter how cool the audio is. The fact that you included some of the shots from the real world place where you did the field recordings you were using in this piece added a nice extra dimension to proceedings.

Interesting that you also used the Wave Multiplier in your Res Eq patch. You've probably already heard my feedback patch I did here:

[s]http://soundcloud.com/ianboddy/res-eq-feedback[/s]

This is somewhat more brutal than yours so shows different aspects of what you can do with the res Eq in a feedback patch.

Keep up the good work.


Dave77

Great Sound thumbs up


KNYST

Beautiful, django! Guinness ftw!


fowl

I'll try..... basically for this patch:

1 - external audio into a Wave Multiplier (middle section of module - which helps to attenuate & amplify certain frequencies) then into Res EQ input

Nice Patch!
how did you take the audio out into the Wave Mult direct with a 1/8inch to Banana cable or did you go through some grounding proceedure?
When I spoke to Rex about taking Audio from my field recorder direct into the Wave Mult he said I had to make a custom ground cable that connected from Audio Recorder Ground to PSU ground.
I've not yet made this cable... I guess if Rex recommends, its prudent, but just wondering what you did.
Cheers


djangosfire

Thanks for the kind words @Dave77 & @KNYST smile

Thanks for sharing @theboddy, yes definitely a bit more "brutal" as you say . . . but awesome!

@fowl - on my panel there is a converter section: 1/8 to banana jack - so I just jacked out from the iPhone -> converter -> the wave multiplier. Actually getting audio into Serge-land is easy- whether you DIY a grounded mult or use something like a MakeNoise Format Jumbler.

- Adam

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