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Can't have enough feedback loops!
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Author Can't have enough feedback loops!
futuresoundsystems
Hehe, saw this forum was made earlier and out of chance (or perhaps subconciously?) started doing some noisy stuff with my modular using feedback loops taking the FSS A-D-D-A Oscillator prototype's output back into its CV input and also driving the Reset and Disable inputs with the /10 square wave output.

8 minute noise freakout

Enjoy,
FSS.
D/A A/D
Nice sounds... Especially towards the end... Now you just need to thrpw some other modules in the loop...

I am however, not sure of the possibilities of blowing up anything is there... pedals and mixers are fine, but they don't throw out dc voltage...
consumed
theres some nice lil squeakies goin on in there. =)
reminds me ov those oizo sounds from analog worms attack.
D/A A/D
consumed wrote:
theres some nice lil squeakies goin on in there. =)
reminds me ov those oizo sounds from analog worms attack.


Yeah, the synth on those early Mr. Oizo tracks are straight up SICK!
futuresoundsystems
D/A A/D: Don't worry about AC voltages, I've tested the electronics of that module thoroughly with AC signals and it works fine smile Even if it the board did blow up though, I wouldn't be too miffed. It's cheap electronics, and I plan on building better versions of this design anyway smile
I wish I had some modular reverbs/delays, that really would kick ass. I guess this is more of a demo of what the one module can do standalone, but the prototypes I've got up my sleeve should totally rock this stuff out. Watch this space! wink

Haha Analog Worms Attack rocks. I remember picking it up on CD for something ridiculous, £1 maybe?
Soy Sos
So I started exploring feedback loops with my new setup
and decided to post some demos. The trick for me has been
small knob movements and returning to the interesting bits.
I don't know how fun it is to listen to, but it sure is fun as hell
to make! Descriptions of the components used are listed with
the sound file. Let me know your thoughts.

http://share.ovi.com/media/SoySos.public/SoySos.10006
http://share.ovi.com/media/SoySos.public/SoySos.10007
http://share.ovi.com/media/SoySos.public/SoySos.10008
http://share.ovi.com/media/SoySos.public/SoySos.10009
http://share.ovi.com/media/SoySos.public/SoySos.10010
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