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abstract data graphex noises

Post by onrust nv » Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:04 pm

I've got an abstract data graphex dynamic gating&rhythm effect (thanx henrik(nrdvrgr).
The simpelest gear setup with it is:
1.DAP sine/square wave generator(source in)
2.Boss DR-220e(audio out/trigger in)
3.Graphex
4.EHX Tube Zipper
This is a real nice&noisy setup(without the EHX it's also very nice)
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Post by peh » Mon Mar 01, 2010 7:27 am

Hi

Been looking at those Abstract Data products myself but i cannot bear to listen to the godawful demos he has done for them (just think worst techno you have ever heard) .... Any chance you could post a sample of your work with the graphex sometime? Or even explain what it does as I'm none too sure :confused:

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Post by onrust nv » Wed Mar 03, 2010 10:23 am

It's imposible for me to post any sound snippets because of my digibetism.
I hate computers. The only thing that works without any problems is writing stuff on forums. :rage: :deadbanana:
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Post by onrust nv » Wed Mar 03, 2010 10:30 am

The graphex turns your drmcomputer audio into sequence or gating FX. So you can do a synth sound into the source in, and the tigger input(with a drumcomputer) will act as a sequencer or gate or slicer. The volume setting of your drumcomputer will give more dynamics to that sound.
Your bassdrum=harder than a cymbal or highhat. It can give realy strange sequences or stutters. :hail: :sb:
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Post by nrdvrgr » Wed Mar 03, 2010 12:21 pm

I was never patient enought to actually figure it out ;)
Thats why I sold it, nice to hear it has come to good use!

I did however keep my Morphex, the green one, as it is really good at mixing two sounds, and totally destroy them in the process... a little like the T-Resonator, but different (and simpler).

(BTW Onrust - got the CD´s, thanks! Will crank them tonight!)

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Post by onrust nv » Thu Mar 04, 2010 5:04 am

The morphex is the next one I want to have :sb:
I've e-mailed justin(abtract data) because I didn't know what to put into
the trigger in. The first time I've used my CP-251 cv control unit :doh: . But with the drumcomputer it had realy more dynamics in the sounds. Got some real weird stuff from it. I've also got the M-resonator that one is also realy good for removing your teeth glaze with sound. Man that one roars my wallpaper of the walls. :omg:
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Post by peh » Thu Mar 04, 2010 6:30 am

Thanks for the info folks, that does make things clearer. From reading the specs I had thought that the Morphex was some kind of ring -modulator. I might have a closer look at some point. But for now I'm currently awaiting delivery of a CRO-2 box which looks like it will be GOOD :goo: :sb: :goo:

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Post by nrdvrgr » Thu Mar 04, 2010 6:49 am

CRO-2 - the missing link between your noiseboxes and your modular.

Love mine!

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Post by Mood Organ » Thu Mar 04, 2010 4:46 pm

nrdvrgr wrote:CRO-2 - the missing link between your noiseboxes and your modular.

Love mine!
Oh - can I get a link?

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Post by peh » Fri Mar 05, 2010 1:37 am

Mood Organ wrote:
nrdvrgr wrote:CRO-2 - the missing link between your noiseboxes and your modular.

Love mine!
Oh - can I get a link?
http://www.crowphonics.com/

go to the product guide page and its halfway down. I already have a CRO-1 and strongly recommend it if you are looking for a noise box with a LOT more going for it than most.

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Post by onrust nv » Tue May 03, 2011 5:53 pm

Got myself a morphex :sb:
Used it on vocals with a zvex mastotron 3 delays a flanger and a boss GE-21 EQ. Sounded real spacy. It's also easy to totaly destroy every sound you put in itt. But it also has some wierd sweetspots.
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Post by Sperrle » Wed May 04, 2011 3:56 am

can you explain in detail how do you connect that chain? very interesting.

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Post by onrust nv » Wed May 04, 2011 5:17 pm

All right:
1. mic
2. Zvex mastotron (as pre amp)
3. danelectro reel echo (effect out and dry out)
4. (reelecho dry out) Tokai TDL-1 delay, Maxon FL-9 flanger
5. Abstract data morphex (reelFX in and tokai/maxon in)
6. (morphex out) boss GE-21 EQ
7. Biyang AD-8 delay
And then twiddle the pots untill you get the sound you like.
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