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What does your Ambient rack look like?
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Author What does your Ambient rack look like?
Conrad
Hi everyone. I've got a little rack going at the minute, which I've recorded some ambient stuff on. I really love eurorack for its crazy possibilities of sequencing and modulation, and especially the way the two can blend into each other. Here is a picture of what I currently have going:



This is in addition to a 0-coast, and an analog 4 which I use mainly for sequencing/effects/audio interface. (I might part with the 0-coast, its sound is a little too harsh for my taste).

I think my love of modulation may have caused me to neglect modules that work more with audio, like VCOs, filters, and effects.

Anyway, I was wondering if any ambient music makers would post their setups and talk a little about their favorite modules or aspects of the rig. I am a great admirer of artists like r beny and fourhexagons (AKA Lightbath), and they represent some of my main eurorack inspirations and goals.

Thanks for your help and input!

(edit: I am interested generally to hear about ambient producers' racks; I'm not just looking for suggestions for my rack specifically.)
nimmen
NLC sloths Miley Cyrus
richc90
Sloths are a good call. I also really like Blinds for mixing modulations and various other tasks.

On the sound sources side of things, it's pretty subjective but personally I love my Phonogene and the Verbos Harmonic Oscillator. Looking at your set up, I'd be thinking about a flexible noise source (Dunst maybe) to use as an input for Rings and also to use as a modulation source. Warps (with Parasites) is also really fantastic value.
Chopper
Tides with Parasite firmware or SHEEP firmware. huge amount of possibilities.
taylor12k
sine waves. lots of them.

and sample(r) players/manipulators.
Conrad
Thanks for the suggestions everyone.

I think putting a picture of my own rack might have made my intentions a little unclear. I was hoping current ambient artists would post what their setup looks like currently, and say what they like about it.
rustyjaw
I describe the music I make as ambient, but there is so much territory covered under that name. I tend to aim for lighter rather than dark, melodic rather than atonal or disonant, and lately doing more drone styles, although I also like enveloped/plucked tones.

Here is where I'm at currently (the main addition since this shot is Erbe Verb):



As far as favorite modules, right now the Spectral Multiband Resonantor is a biggie, I've had it about a month and I am deep into exploring it's capabilities. Firmware v5 lets it control up to 6 other VCOs which are mapped to the 6 notes of the scale you have dialed in. This has been a blast to play with. Since getting it, I've taken to using Rene's touchplates to "play" the SMR, sending the Unquantized CV out to the rotate in. You can then use the QCV for something else, including into the "spread" input on the SMR, or a different osc.

Clouds is great (mine has the black magpie face which is why it might be hard to spot), but as noted a million times, CV attenuation is key to hitting sweet spots with it.

Also, to add character, the ZVEX Instant Lo-fi Junky is nice, feed it a pad and you'll get a slight warble in it like tape flutter. It's nice that you can patch in your own LFO shapes into the "Wave in"

Also Three Sisters gets used a lot.
Conrad
rustyjaw
Awesome! this is exactly what I was thinking.

Light, ethereal, melodic ambient is exactly what I'm going for. Although I do like adding a little crunch, somewhat like jefre-cantu ledesma.

Very cool to hear about the SMR, that one certainly seems like a strange, yet awesome module for extracting and creating harmonics.

I'd like to hear more about how you use the 3 sisters. It seems interesting no doubt, and likely very helpful for filling a balanced mix, but I'm a little unsure of just how it is used practically.
rustyjaw
I most often use it to kind of "morph" tonally through the 4 inputs (although one input is is sent through all the outputs). I'll feed it diffferent melodic lines, or sometimes copies of the same melody that are already filtered differently, and move between them, usually by manually turning the frequency knob, the span knob or both. It's a bit of a hit and miss approach as sometimes you'll get one of the inputs resonating too much (distorting or dominating the mix).

I recently got a stereo mixer (the Erica Stereo mix) so I can send those outputs into different channels, or mix pairs of outputs down to two channels first.

Sometimes I'll use it as a more trafitional filter putting envelopes or other CV in via the frequency jack.
xthrasherx
Triple Sloth for long / slow modulation cycles.
casinoaddict
I’m in the process of putting together this live rig for some ambient shows. The layout needs more thought - just waiting for a 6u 84hp case to turn up in the post so I can spend time on the configuration.



Planning to have the Bitbox pre-loaded with clips to jam with, with the outs routed to an external mixer (using two complimentary outboard reverbs - Bigsky and Wedge). The rest of the case will be used for improv (synchronised to the Bitbox clips with Pam), and as a beefy mixer/FX box for mangling together all the sound sources.

Only had the new Pam a few days but it seems perfect for dialing in precise modulation presets which are great for jamming with. As mentioned above, wouldn’t be without a Sloth either (wish I had the triple).

There’s a bunch of stuff that won’t be going out to gigs that I’ve relied on heavily for making ambient tracks - namely Clouds, Mysteron, Mangrove, Just Friends, Basimilus Alter, Batumi and Stillson Hammer MKII.
wildfrontiers


My current system. Having 2x Clouds is great. I usually have one running in granular mode and one in looping delay mode, though I'm a big fan of the Oliverb, Resonator and the Time-Stretching/Pitch-Shifting mode. The looping delay mode on the lower quality settings is fantastic. Longer delay times with feedback can get some Basinski-esque tape degradation sounds. I like the sound of the overdrive/distortion when gain is all the way up. The texture knob becomes a filter and it's useful for shaping the tone of the distortion. Can get Jefre Cantu-Ledesma-like sounds.

The Doepfer A-189-1 is a beaut. Dunst is great.
crysis
Great thread so far.

Rustyjaw, your music and photos are amazing. Instant fan.

wildfrontiers, your music is a huge inspiration to me and I'm sure lots of others.

I'm just starting out, trying to emulate some of the sounds I hear, but find it frustrating as I don't seem to really get how to make modules like clouds do what you guys are doing. I do have a better understanding now of one way to use the SMR and will have to spend some time on that. Thanks!
Bigsteak
I have a similar rack to yours. I really like the 4ms RCD paired with rings going into the strum input. Then use an lfo to rotate the clock divisions. You can get a nice generative pseudo random style rhythm going this way.
morgve
@rustyjaw Cool rack man! How do you like that Sisters filter for this type of music? I'm thinking of getting one.
mapmap
Theee Sisters is a great filter for ambient music in my opinion.
Theee things that I love for making ambient in my euro setup are the intellijel Rainmaker (which is huge I know... but also adds a massive amount of possibilities well beyond any delay out there) and the audio damage Æverb II (the euro version of their EOS plugin is on the way which I'm super excited for).
The final thing is Frames by mutable instrument. So amazing for slowly evolving patches.
pieter
I may be way off here (I still consider myself a noob), but does it really matter? (OK, let's exclude dedicated drum modules.) The same modules I use for techno I use the next day for ambient. I would use a Sloth—or in my case a Benjolin in LFO mode—to modulate the filter cutoff of an acid loop for variations over a song timescale.
stripes
I make pretty much only the kind of music that you're describing with my modular setup : )






For sound sources I would say having a Quantum Raindow (or 4ms SMR) + Rings is my favorite go to flute sounding voice that I think always has a home in ambient. To me the Verbos Harmonic Oscillator paired with Just Friends to modulate the harmonics is #1 for drones. Three Sisters Filter like others have said has very beautiful and musical oscillations, and many applications. The 4ms DLD is used for me in every patch, as is the Lo-fi Junky because I love the Boards Of Canada style of ambient. Quantizers and sine waves <3

But I think for the most part, ambient is how you tell the modular to play. I'm sure a lot people could use my setup to make very upbeat music, and I could make ambient music with a rack that someone uses for mostly only techno or upbeat stuff.
Conrad
casinoaddict
That's a take on a eurorack performance style I don't think I've seen yet. Very cool.

wildfrontiers
Wow, thanks for the input! I have yet to try the other modes much on clouds or install parasites, as I have wanted to get as much out of the granular mode as I can in pretty much every patch, but I am definitely planning on diving into the other modes eventually. I''l check out that A-189 too, bitcrushing is great.

stripes
I have noticed that my rings has been wanting an exciter, and the rainbow and dunst definitely seem great for that. Verbos harmonic + just frineds also seems AMAZING.


I have noticed that the DLD seems to be pretty ubiquitous among these racks, and I definitely have been eyeing it. It is however pretty expensive. Another module I've been looking at that I haven't seen on anyone's rack here yet is the Roland Aira Demora delay. It also has stereo and clockability. The DLD definitely has a few notable advantages over the demora as a delay, such as the actual dual nature of it (instead of just stereo), the freeze, reverse, etc. So I guess what I'm wondering is how often everyone uses these features on the DLD, versus using more or less like a normal stereo delay?

The benefits of the Demora in this case is that it is about half the price (on clearance) and it has the programmabilit aspect, allowing it to have tons of flexibility.
starthief
pieter wrote:
I may be way off here (I still consider myself a noob), but does it really matter? (OK, let's exclude dedicated drum modules.) The same modules I use for techno I use the next day for ambient. I would use a Sloth—or in my case a Benjolin in LFO mode—to modulate the filter cutoff of an acid loop for variations over a song timescale.


:shrug: I make ambient sometimes... usually dark and/or noisy though. Other times I do rhythmic stuff, or drones, or powernoise or whatever comes to mind.

Here's what I have so far.



This plus a 0-Coast and Microbrute, a few small desktop synths (Kastle, Olegtron 4060 etc) and lots of software. Also I have a Lifeforms Mod Tools preordered and will be picking up a Disting Mk4 as soon as those are available.

I take care of sequencing, effects, samples and most drums (when I use them) in software. I might add one more interesting VCO (if it does fun LFO shapes), and maybe a small filter/LPG, but mostly I'm looking at more modulation. Probably an Ornament & Crime next (with an eye toward replacing Peaks), and Batumi and Frames are on my radar.
Sven
I make my rack for ambient music too. Here my rack

https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/323170
atte
rustyjaw wrote:
I describe the music I make as ambient, but there is so much territory covered under that name. I tend to aim for lighter rather than dark, melodic rather than atonal or disonant, and lately doing more drone styles, although I also like enveloped/plucked tones.


Sounds exactly like my music, so I had to check your youtube out. hyper Turns out it's a bit different, but I like it alot! Thanks for sharing!
jwm


this is my 6u (down from 12) that i put together recently for some live sets i am planning. for some floaty stuff, i really enjoy hitting all the bands on the smr (with that new 2x res filter) with the pulses from the turning machine (using a slow oddball/skittering clock) with the morph maxed out and into rings in its easter egg mode with a huge verb trail... then quick cut the morph to zero and flip rings into its formant filter mode for some cool/woody, melodic percussive-ish stuff.

and yeah, wildfrontiers hit the nail on the head with the 189-1. great for adding a little grit when you need it.
Phase47
This is what I am currently using, minus the Dixie II+ & the Metropolis, both of which are on back-order. This rack allows me to do classic ambient material, and also more produced Berlin-shcool/modern ambient style stuff like this: https://synphaera.bandcamp.com/track/inception

I should add that I also make heavy use of an outboard Eventide Space. :beammeup:


rustyjaw
crysis wrote:
Great thread so far.

Rustyjaw, your music and photos are amazing. Instant fan.

wildfrontiers, your music is a huge inspiration to me and I'm sure lots of others.

I'm just starting out, trying to emulate some of the sounds I hear, but find it frustrating as I don't seem to really get how to make modules like clouds do what you guys are doing. I do have a better understanding now of one way to use the SMR and will have to spend some time on that. Thanks!


Thanks for the kind words. You and I both are big fans of R Beny.

One thing to keep in mind is that, at least for me, every patch that makes it to a recording is preceded by many that end up being "learning experiences." It helps me to think not of what amazing patch I can build, but more about what new thing can I try to learn. Sometimes that simple goal ends up leading to a whole patch. But if it doesn't, at least I've learned something and don't feel crushed that I've failed to make something amazing. I'm familiar with that feeling of failure, but its really very counterproductive, literally.

As far as the SMR, read the manual (I read it cover-to-cover twice), and watch videos, including the 4MS ones. It's a deep module and is more flexible than it might first appear.
rustyjaw
atte wrote:
rustyjaw wrote:
I describe the music I make as ambient, but there is so much territory covered under that name. I tend to aim for lighter rather than dark, melodic rather than atonal or disonant, and lately doing more drone styles, although I also like enveloped/plucked tones.


Sounds exactly like my music, so I had to check your youtube out. hyper Turns out it's a bit different, but I like it alot! Thanks for sharing!



Haha, cool. Thanks. I'll have to check out your stuff now. As the famous quote says, "writing about music is like dancing about architecture"
pirxthepilot
wildfrontiers wrote:

My current system. Having 2x Clouds is great. I usually have one running in granular mode and one in looping delay mode, though I'm a big fan of the Oliverb, Resonator and the Time-Stretching/Pitch-Shifting mode. The looping delay mode on the lower quality settings is fantastic. Longer delay times with feedback can get some Basinski-esque tape degradation sounds. I like the sound of the overdrive/distortion when gain is all the way up. The texture knob becomes a filter and it's useful for shaping the tone of the distortion. Can get Jefre Cantu-Ledesma-like sounds.

The Doepfer A-189-1 is a beaut. Dunst is great.


Thanks for sharing. I'm an r beny fan smile

I'm torn between getting a Lofi Junky module vs. the pedal version. Do you find much use in modulating its parameters?
mafgar
how do y'all like Three Sisters? not many good videos of it by itself.
starthief
mafgar wrote:
how do y'all like Three Sisters? not many good videos of it by itself.


I love both the sound and the features. thumbs up There's not really anything I would change.

In fact, I kind of want a "half-sister" module too -- the lowpass from Three Sisters, but set up as a mildly resonant LPG. TS works nicely for that with the Q setting at about one o'clock, but when I use it that way I can't also use it for something else hihi I don't feel like I need two Three Sisters in my small setup just to get that, though.
Swain Voorman
stripes wrote:
I make pretty much only the kind of music that you're describing with my modular setup : ) ...
But I think for the most part, ambient is how you tell the modular to play. I'm sure a lot people could use my setup to make very upbeat music, and I could make ambient music with a rack that someone uses for mostly only techno or upbeat stuff.


Thanks for sharing your setup! I've been very inspired with your modular videos and love the vibe that you're creating using your gear. I'm hoping to develop a rack that fits in a similar universe.
pines
Nice stuff, rustyjaw. I'm def going to have to look into the SMR.
wildfrontiers
pirxthepilot wrote:

I'm torn between getting a Lofi Junky module vs. the pedal version. Do you find much use in modulating its parameters?


I mostly find myself modulating Speed and being able to put other waveforms (or audio) into the Ext. in is pretty fun. I do wish it had the tone knob the pedal had, but overall I dig it. It's a fun module.
captjrab
Digging the sounds on this thread!
My set up is in the below signature. I'm into soundscape/collage stuff that's kind of like ambient with some noise and a motorik beat thrown in. I like a good melody but also like some mind bending pychedelia as well. I love the flexibility of modular. I used to do a similar kind of experiment with a half dozen dictaphones filled with 30 second loop tapes, found sounds and lofi jam space recordings pumped into fx and mixed which was very unpredictable and hit or miss, but of course sometimes the goddess of synchronicity would be on my side. So the modular is a super fancy-schmance vehichle to the same ends of music composition and deconstruction.
The DLD has been really fun. I love messing with the reverse gate in on voices for decimating human language. I've only scratched the surface but could probably do an entire gig with just that and PEG. I dont go for the stereo or blending thing. For me it gets a bit mucky. I prefer two loops that are related and can be layered nicely.
Latest Ustream B Cast:
http://ustre.am/mHrb
SMR, Rings, Clouds, Phonogene, PGH Analog Delay and Phase Shifter and lots of EG's, in fact I want more EG's so I never run out or have to mult any of em.
pirxthepilot
wildfrontiers wrote:
pirxthepilot wrote:

I'm torn between getting a Lofi Junky module vs. the pedal version. Do you find much use in modulating its parameters?


I mostly find myself modulating Speed and being able to put other waveforms (or audio) into the Ext. in is pretty fun. I do wish it had the tone knob the pedal had, but overall I dig it. It's a fun module.


That actually makes it even harder for me to decide which one to get, haha.

Thanks!
DDJ
Loving this thread.

I'm pretty new to this and am starting finally realize that the trick is to use attenuated modulation. Especially on clouds.

I've had a patch playing out for the past 24 hours with a short sequence going into a precision adder(disting), with a clocked/vc attenuated nanorand controlling the octaves subtly/randomly. That goes into a clouds in looping mode with modulation on texture. Modulated Dunst through modulated ripples is providing cave drips. I could listen to this patch forever.


EDIT 1 : here's my rack. I do melodic ambient as well as some synth-pop stuff. https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/412951
kenosis
Great thread and some killer sounds as well. I love to create ambient patches as well... more on the lines of Tribes of Neurot mixed with lots of mangled and modulated voice samples. Here's my set up (minue the Morphagene, Telharmonic, and RCD...all of which are on the way or preordered).


starthief
nevermind, posted in the wrong thread.
ignatius
http://www.cratekings.com/as-606-ambient-sequencer-brick/


|pride|
ignatius wrote:
http://www.cratekings.com/as-606-ambient-sequencer-brick/

Any info on when it will be available again? I need two of these ... sad banana
BonJoey
As a newcomer to modular world, this thread has been extremely useful and inspiring.
needspeed
Machine music random on random never quite know what will happen next.....Steve



Details: https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/406841


needspeed
Mod plz delete
DDJ
Here's the ambient patch I was describing above.

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BonJoey
Here's the current state of my rack. It's been changing a lot lately though. Trying to use more random gates and things to generate the ambient stuff instead of traditional sequencing.

I still have an sq-1 and a lil' skiff of extra modules including a Rene that I can break out if I need to sequence things.

pines
Love the setup needspeed! I'm pairing a Make Noise system with a vintage 2600.
needspeed
pines wrote:
Love the setup needspeed! I'm pairing a Make Noise system with a vintage 2600.


Thank you for the complement.

A vintage 2600 is an aspiration of mine and good on you for having one to work with.

The TTSH is really a lot of fun and not having a real one, I don't know what I am missing.

I love mixing east and west coast and Make Noise (DPO on its way!!!) is high on my list as well as I need more Serge and MI modules. Just finished and stood up my Klee sequencer and am loving that....Steve
pines
The TTSH is probably every bit as good as the ARP... so the main thing that you might be missing is the anxiety of wondering when some 40 year old component is going to fail.

I bought the ARP new in 1980.
needspeed
pines wrote:
The TTSH is probably every bit as good as the ARP... so the main thing that you might be missing is the anxiety of wondering when some 40 year old component is going to fail.

I bought the ARP new in 1980.


That is really awesome that you bought it from new as it is a mind blowing synth now, it must have been like landing on the moon back then.

At least there are a few really great techs around that have a deep understandig and ability to keep those original 2600s running for many more years.

All it takes is money Mr. Green
pines
Yeah, my wife at the time (she has passed on to the other side) was in Art School at Yale, and I was more or less unemployed... i.e playing in some punk bands in New Haven. I bought the 2600 when ARP went out of business. A local music store had a couple and blew them out for $1,000.00 bucks each. I got one of them. My wife and I were flat broke, but scraped together the cash.... we had to eat Ramen and potato soup for a couple of months. So this particular 2600 has a lot of sentimental value, and will be with me till the end.
DDJ
^^^ Oh man, that is a beautiful story!!!
Infinity Curve


Mostly dark ambient and noise coming out of this. Drones and glitchy soundscapes, 80's horror movie soundtracks and shit. Rarely sequence, mostly lets the erd's and Kermit drive the bus

Also have a black locust and Evin 209 in a lunchbox hooked up to a bunch of pedals for processing or feedback experiments.

Thats it as far as euro goes, although the second SIR is in the mail now.
Tumulishroomaroom
This must looks (and must be) wild.
Infinity Curve
Definitely. I also swapped all of the knobs on the harvestman modules to the mkII ones Mr. Green
Phase47
Love to read/hear about stories like that, pines!
InnnerSight
This is my portable rack for creating drones, its getting its first outing at a noise jam this weekend.
stripes
Swain Voorman wrote:
stripes wrote:
I make pretty much only the kind of music that you're describing with my modular setup : ) ...
But I think for the most part, ambient is how you tell the modular to play. I'm sure a lot people could use my setup to make very upbeat music, and I could make ambient music with a rack that someone uses for mostly only techno or upbeat stuff.


Thanks for sharing your setup! I've been very inspired with your modular videos and love the vibe that you're creating using your gear. I'm hoping to develop a rack that fits in a similar universe.

hey thanks : )

to respond to the Roland Demora VS DLD question, I think a lot of people who have the DLD, including myself, also use it as a "looper" in some patches. It really has so many applications beyond just stereo delay, which is is also great at. But I think the point of it was to take a digital delay and really in 4ms fashion make it into something that was truly unique and could be used for much more. That flexibility makes it much more valuable to me as a module. But also, I currently have 3 delays, and a Clouds that occasionally gets used as a delay. I love delay.

Another note : I picked up a DPO because one of my friends had a short instagram clip of it making the most beautiful weird little forest sounds, and despite the wealth of crazy knob cranking FM techno videos of it online, I decided to try for myself. It ended up replacing my elements. w00t

BonJoey
stripes wrote:

Another note : I picked up a DPO because one of my friends had a short instagram clip of it making the most beautiful weird little forest sounds, and despite the wealth of crazy knob cranking FM techno videos of it online, I decided to try for myself. It ended up replacing my elements. w00t



Well that was great, and pretty much the exact opposite of every DPO video I've seen so far.
Futuresound
What a great thread. Very cool setups in here, and it's cool to match up some of my favorite people on youtube with posters here smile

stripes, is your MI stuff really broken out into it's own case, or is that an artifact of Modulargrid?

jwm, how are you using the Precision Adder? I've had this feeling like I need that module for ages, but I can't quite figure out why.
Phase47
stripes wrote:
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Another note : I picked up a DPO because one of my friends had a short instagram clip of it making the most beautiful weird little forest sounds, and despite the wealth of crazy knob cranking FM techno videos of it online, I decided to try for myself. It ended up replacing my elements. w00t



Link to the Instagram video? I like forest sounds smile
pines
The Wooden Sounds video makes me glad that I am getting a DPO.... so much of the online demo stuff makes it seem like it only wants to do very hard edge soundscapes. Thanks.
SynthEnergy


Hope this works. First time trying to upload a picture.

The Morphagene and Disting are forthcoming. In the Morphagene's place at the moment is a Kilpatrick Pattern Generator. My case is a Station 252 and I have a Moog skiff not present here that houses the SMR, Model 41, and a few others.

I've just reached my first year with Eurorack and have enjoyed the journey immensely. Over the next few months I'm planning an ambient album with just this system and an Analog 4, with some pitch shifting from PitchFactor, delays from Timeline, and reverbs from Space and Bigsky.

I suspect I'll have more to share down the road as far as methodologies and what not. Still navigating the equipment. [/url]
christian10992
I'm just getting started with modular (beyond my MS20).

This is what I've put together in hopes to do mainly drone and some less melodic ambient stuff.

Please feel free to give some feedback. I've been studying and reading as much as I can on modular for a few months now, and I'm always open to new ideas and suggestions from more experienced people.

I actually switched that ADSR out for two 2hp ADSR modules, but for some reason the updated picture won't work.

mt3


Ambient.
franman69
Pretty much like this....

mt3
franman69 wrote:
Pretty much like this....



Immediately clicks on your custom case build thread:
https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=165091&highlight=
stripes
glad you all like that DPO example. here is the instagram video my friend made that convinced me to get one - https://www.instagram.com/p/BEchX89gHla/?taken-by=pwranml

Futuresound wrote:

stripes, is your MI stuff really broken out into it's own case, or is that an artifact of Modulargrid?


the single 104hp row is my make noise skiff. i just set it right on top of my main case. i change it around a lot, but like to keep modules from the same makers next to each other just for the aesthetic of it. i am actually about a week away from getting a custom 6U Dark Modular case that derrick is building for me. Baby blue tolex love
pines
Nice looking case Franman69!
void23
I never intended to do ambient stuff when I first got into Euro, it's just what keeps coming out of this stuff. My daughter calls it, "galaxy music". wink



The key modules for me are --

A good wavetable VCO; I have the Erica Synths wavetable. A sample and hold scanning through the wavetables along with some bit reduction and going through a reverb creates a great "airy" voice.

The Wasp; throw a rich analog VCO though it and it's magic for rhythmic, droning bass lines.

EMW Alias; bought it because I thought it would be a good, crappy VCO. Unfortunately, it was bad enough for what I wanted, but set it to one of the lower harmonic waveforms and it's the ultimate sub-bass tone to root any drone together. It's so small and so cheap, everyone should have one for a sub-osc.

Chord and Morpheus, the ultimate combo.

Clouds, everyone has one but put Parasites on it for Oliverb mode.
somatikon


Current setup that was twice the size several months back and now is much healthier.

I did a soundcloud ambient / experimental project in 2016 called Modular Musings that you can hear here....https://soundcloud.com/digitalvoices/sets/modular-musings

A selection of these musings did form the structure of a collaborative music release with ambient musician Anthony Paul Kerby called "Falling into Place" that can be heard here....https://dataobscura.bandcamp.com/album/falling-into-place

Hi Taylor & Don
risome
Cant any system do ambient ,,isn't that the beauty of modular getting it to produce just about any sound imagined or unimagined even with small systems .One might need an FX module as a neccesity though for ambience(sic) Miley Cyrus
Conrad
risome wrote:
Cant any system do ambient ,,isn't that the beauty of modular getting it to produce just about any sound imagined or unimagined even with small systems .One might need an FX module as a neccesity though for ambience(sic) Miley Cyrus


Well the whole reason there are so many different modules is because they do different things and sound different. I had a sound in mind when making the post, so I wanted to see how others were making it. A system designed to be a growly monosynth would likely not make what I;m thinking of very well.

I see where you're coming from, though. Ambient is a way of thinking and making music as much as it is something to plan your rack around. That's sort of what I was getting at when I asked about wigglers' favorite modules for ambient in their racks. I wanted to hear why those were their favorite, and how they use those modules in making ambient music.
DonaldCrunk
I call what I do 'ambient' simply because it lacks drums, but it's more steppy-modulation heavy type of sound I guess. I rely a lot on delay via an aux send on a mixer, usually a pedal.

for a while it looked like this -


nowadays it looks like this -
somatikon
Conrad wrote:
risome wrote:
Cant any system do ambient ,,isn't that the beauty of modular getting it to produce just about any sound imagined or unimagined even with small systems .One might need an FX module as a neccesity though for ambience(sic) Miley Cyrus


Well the whole reason there are so many different modules is because they do different things and sound different. I had a sound in mind when making the post, so I wanted to see how others were making it. A system designed to be a growly monosynth would likely not make what I;m thinking of very well.

I see where you're coming from, though. Ambient is a way of thinking and making music as much as it is something to plan your rack around. That's sort of what I was getting at when I asked about wigglers' favorite modules for ambient in their racks. I wanted to hear why those were their favorite, and how they use those modules in making ambient music.



On appearance any of the modulars show here are no different from many other systems that are used to create all sorts of styles of music.....as Conrad said ambient is a way of thinking, a state of mind and this changes how you approach music making especially with a modular that by nature loves to create sonic mayhem.

Ambient music creation on a modular requires dedication to a certain quietness as well as the ability to be able to patch in a subtle way that reflects this which can be quiet challenging.
SoundChaser
great thread ... learning a lot / Mr. Green
Waredgo
I do ambient works and post at www.ambientvibes.com
This is what my rack contains:
https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/384287

For ambient-type sounds, I use my SMR, Clouds and Chord a lot, modulated by a Batumi and other LFO's Starting to use Turning Machine loops from Music Modular and O&C to add in subtle melodies in the background. I'm finding that adding in in/out to/from my DAW plugins is best for getting the poly voices. I use a CDR70 pedal, Z-DSP and BigSky for the ambient effects as well as a couple of Pico DSP's for voice-specific effects.
dooj88
i noticed aside from peaks and maths, there aren't many different kinds of envelope generators in your guys racks.

and for complex envelopes, i think i only saw one quadra/expander. i've gotten a lot of great ambient stuff out of my rack without complex envelopes as well. i have gotten a lot of mileage out of complex LFOs, and the new pams workout has a ton of modulation options. but i feel like an EG like the new qu-bit contour (or just go crazy spending money i don't have and go for erogenous tones RADAR..)might open up new areas to explore. but i'm having trouble deciding on that or something like batumi. thoughts on pluses and minuses of an EG vs LFO?
Conrad
Most of my patches so far have mostly utilized rings and the 0-coast, which don't really need any help with envelopes. I also use the built in one on braids a good amount. Beyond that, a lot of droney ambient doesn't really make much use of envelopes. I have been considering getting more, though.
poorness
I didn't really build my rack to be an ambient instrument but I seem to be gravitating more that way. I used this setup...


to make this piece (and several others)...


I've made a couple changes to the rack since that video was made but they're minor. I'm pretty happy with it overall.

EDIT: fixed broken image
wsy
Here's what I'm having lots of fun with right now. Yeah, it has "drums". And no reverb (but it does have three channels of
delay- a Chronoblob and a DPLR).

No Mysteron, no Telharmonic, no Pressure Pants nor Renee nor [[EDIT]] Tempi. But I'm liking it a whole lot this way.



- Bill
anselmi
2disbetter
Love this.

This is what I'm going for:
The Goal

and this is what I currently have:
Current

or sans the row power 30 in the top rack:


The rack is light on effects because I feel like wasting rack space for them is a waste. Both the octatrack and a4 have effects, and if I need more I'd rather get a dedicated effects unit (a la Big Sky).

Elektron gear integrates well and the modular really just completes slams the door wide open to whatever you're looking for.

Nothing yet to share in terms of music, but loving all the info on this thread!!!

2d
Foghorn
I guess you could call this an ambient rack as I mostly do generative patches, and I like slowly evolving stuff with just a little strange syncopation.



Why did I buy so many modules at once very frustrating

I usually have 5 or 6 voices that are slowly moving in and out of the picture.

This picture is pretty old and I bought an EP-420 to replace the 360.

This is the base as it is now.Foghorns base on modgrid

As for the top I replaced the EP-360 with an EP-420 that I installed a 125HP by 1U row into the bottom of the case.
Foghorns top rack EP-420 with a 1U row installed

Foghorn

EDIT: update links, twice
PS: I am now building a percussion and clock rack in an EP-360 case that will sit where the EP-360 is now located.
The rest of the rig is in an EP-420 rack to the side.
Conrad
Foghorn
love drool
I'd like to ask, how well does rings pair with warps? I've been thinking of adding a warps to my case, as a way to combine rings' more organic sounds with crazy TZFM and waveshaping.
Foghorn
I have Parasite installed in Warps and I love the features.
As far as pairing it with Rings, well I like Rings used alone for clean sounds and especially the chords it (sounds like) it can play.

Warps (with Parasite) has some great delays and I especially like the Slapback Ping Pong delay.
But I usually do not use it with Rings unless I am using Rings to process sound from another source.
You can get some gritty sounds (well unique sounds) from Rings when it is used a signal processor.
Warps works wonders with gritty or unique sounds. (words sometimes escape me)

Rings "in" jack allows access to a very powerful sound processor.
It is a little like using the input on Elements in that they are both a resonator of sorts, but I think Rings may be even cooler as a sound processor than Elements.
.
To answer your question, the stock firmware in Warps would probably be fun to use with Rings.
Rings has Odd and Even outputs which may work well if both were plugged into Warps inputs and used with crossfade or crossfolding or the 2 ring modulation modes.
Either way I think you would like Warps.
.
Warps gets way cooler with the Parasite firmware.
I have seen a bunch of people say they were not impressed with Warps Parasite firmware including a buddy of mine.
That is when I realized that he was making an error that I suspect many have made.
.
Warps with Parasite changes modes a little different than stock Warps firmware.
Stock Warps firmware changes modes by turning the big knob.
To change modes in Parasite Warps, you have to press the button and then use the big knob to choose the mode.
After that the big button just modifies the mode you have chosen.

My buddy was stuck in one mode and just turning the big button to sweep through the different effects of that one mode.
He thought that he was sweeping through all the Parasite Warps features.
And oops.. I did that for several hours when I first Parasitized Warps.
.
I really like Rings and Warps, but especially Warps parasite.

I hope this all makes sense to you, I sometimes have trouble getting my point across.

Foghorn

Edit: fix many mistakes and add some stuff so it all makes more sense.

PS. I hope no one else makes the mistake that I did and buy 20K worth of modules in their first year. Too confusing and way too much to learn that quickly.
MoogCloud
Anyway, I was wondering if any ambient music makers would post their setups and talk a little about their favorite modules or aspects of the rig. I am a great admirer of artists like r beny and fourhexagons (AKA Lightbath), and they represent some of my main eurorack inspirations and goals.

Thanks for your help and input!

(edit: I am interested generally to hear about ambient producers' racks; I'm not just looking for suggestions for my rack specifically.)[/quote]



This has been one of my favorite posts in a while. My interest is in making ambient soundscapes and the examples posted have been inspirational. The discussions, both pro and con, of various modules and the part they play in the musician's creations have been informative. That is why Muffs is one of the "go to" places for friendly advice, inspirational performances, and expert opinion.

Thanks!
applause
modlys
Hi guys.
My first post here, after years of lurking (and learning!)

I think you could use any kind of module for ambient/drone/etc. I like sine waves, delay, reverb and granular synthesis mixed with "organic" sounds (field recordings, casio keyboard, guitar, toys etc etc.... Also i like to use a looper. I also think the stereo field is important, as well as different frequencies to fill out the spectre of sound as desired.

You can see my gear in the two attached photos (dont know why they wont embed??)






It's peanut butter jelly time!
natureclubcassettes


I make a lot of Reich/Eastman/Budd inspired minimalist music. this thread has me still lusting after the Morphagene, Dual Looping Delay, SMR, 189... [/img]
sauce
My guy


[s]http://soundcloud.com/strange_haze/d_zone[/s]
And some ambient thing I done with it.
soundslikejoe
Fun thread. I like Ambient jams... This is what I'm using.


and



.... and an Octatrack. I'm not very good at using them all together though. It tends to be one case, or the other, or the Octatrack. Haven't been able to control them all at once very well.
hmmm.....
poorness
modlys wrote:
My first post here, after years of lurking (and learning!)

I think you could use any kind of module for ambient/drone/etc. I like sine waves, delay, reverb and granular synthesis mixed with "organic" sounds (field recordings, casio keyboard, guitar, toys etc etc.... Also i like to use a looper. I also think the stereo field is important, as well as different frequencies to fill out the spectre of sound as desired.

You can see my gear in the two attached photos

First of all... great vids. Loved the soundscapes! Second, I really like that axe. Looks like a lawsuit 335 copy with a wraptail (nice touch), a Duncan neck PU, and an EMG (or something similar) in the bridge. Probably sounds awesome... thumbs up
Tumulishroomaroom
For those of you who have Qu-Bit Chord, how do you like it, especially for ambient ?

I looks very enticing
Many thanks !
modlys
poorness wrote:
modlys wrote:
My first post here, after years of lurking (and learning!)

I think you could use any kind of module for ambient/drone/etc. I like sine waves, delay, reverb and granular synthesis mixed with "organic" sounds (field recordings, casio keyboard, guitar, toys etc etc.... Also i like to use a looper. I also think the stereo field is important, as well as different frequencies to fill out the spectre of sound as desired.

You can see my gear in the two attached photos

First of all... great vids. Loved the soundscapes! Second, I really like that axe. Looks like a lawsuit 335 copy with a wraptail (nice touch), a Duncan neck PU, and an EMG (or something similar) in the bridge. Probably sounds awesome... thumbs up


Thanks poorness.
Its a great guitar. Not very sought after. Its an eighties Ibanez artist. Cant really remember the model no. now. but i think they where going after a budget jazz-type guitar. it has great action, and sounds very decent....
the PU's where already in the guitar when i bought it second hand - 2 decades ago. I used to play in punk-rock bands mostly on Gibson SG's, which i later sold...and i kept this one because of the amazing action and versatility :-)
esko997
Have loved watching this thread and reading along with what everyone is doing -- very inspiring.

I'm not sure if I make ambient music, as I have a hard time defining what that genre is exactly, but it feels ambient to me. hihi

This is my current rack and an example of some of the stuff I'm doing with it:



[s]https://soundcloud.com/thedeadlives/thunder-klang[/s]

Hoping to pick up a Hertz Donut mk2, a VC8, some more envelope generators, and some more complex modulation to facilitate more simultaneous voices.

I use the O_c paired with the Octone a lot for chord sequencing and then use random voltages/S&H for melodies. The Tempi is usually clocking most things and I use the Mod input to move the ordering of the patch around while still keeping it related to a master clock. I also end up using the Optomix as a CV VCA a lot of the time too. When using the strike input with a clock that is not predictable it sometimes feels a bit like a white noise sample and hold (depending on what CV is being fed in).

I also agree with the general discussion regarding making ambient music on the modular feels like more of an approach than a task for certain modules. I do lots of other stuff in this same rack, that is not what I would call ambient at all.

Great stuff everyone! applause
JonathanBedrava
It looks something like this:



I don't know if it's strictly limited to ambient, but that's what I've been using it for. The DPO is a pretty good choice for the main VCO... I wish the tuning pots weren't so easy to knock astray. The Morphagene ends up being a powerful tool for livening up the sound in fun and unexpected ways. Coupled with the MMG and the Erbe Verb, I find myself "exploring" for hours. I know it drives my wife crazy.

Here's a live example of using it for some dark, grainy ambient. The only difference is that after recording I swapped the Intelligel Linix for a Wogglebug + LxD:

[/img]
dp
been following this thread with fervent interest, such great ideas and music.

JonathanBedrava wrote:
It looks something like this:

Here's a live example of using it for some dark, grainy ambient. The only difference is that after recording I swapped the Intelligel Linix for a Wogglebug + LxD:

[/img]


really loving your set, it's the kind of ambient I really like. That delicate mix of dark and light.

I just got my DPO today and was a bit worried that it would sound too harsh but after a couple of hours I'm really liking all the possibilities/layers/textures it can create.

heres my current setup,

https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/465735 also have an 0-coast Phenol and Koma Field kit (which is great for low fi textures and using the piezo mics to trigger things).

Been very kindly leant the René and Braids whilst I try to work out a way to sequence things as my original plan was to use Reaktor / Cv toolkit, but the whole aggregate audio card (es-8 + apollo twin) thing is not as seamless as i'd hoped

Still very much early days.
JonathanBedrava
dp wrote:
really loving your set, it's the kind of ambient I really like. That delicate mix of dark and light.

I just got my DPO today and was a bit worried that it would sound too harsh but after a couple of hours I'm really liking all the possibilities/layers/textures it can create.


Thanks! I too was more than a little intimidated by the DPO, but once I learned how to tame it's become almost indispensable. Your rack looks pretty cool too! I'm thinking of swapping the 4ms pingable LFOs with a Batumi. Is that a wise plan, you think?
dp
JonathanBedrava wrote:


I'm thinking of swapping the 4ms pingable LFOs with a Batumi. Is that a wise plan, you think?


Ha I'm very new to all this so can't really comment but i'm finding batumi to be very powerful.
Conrad
JonathanBedrava wrote:
It looks something like this:


[/img]


Awesome! Are you sequencing this from the LFSR in CopierMaschine? Or from somewhere else?

also, one of the first things I think I would try with that rack would be to run the chronoblob feedback through the erbe-verb, does that sound AWESOME?
Struggle
Loving this thread!

So many Chronoblobs up in here. I have 20hp open and thinking one of those and a Lo-fi Junky to fill it. 4ms looping delay sounds amazing too though hmmm.....
Reckless_Experimenter

And here is the ambient drone track I made with this setup
[soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/323838258" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_use r=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /]
JonathanBedrava
Conrad wrote:


Awesome! Are you sequencing this from the LFSR in CopierMaschine? Or from somewhere else?

also, one of the first things I think I would try with that rack would be to run the chronoblob feedback through the erbe-verb, does that sound AWESOME?


Yes, you nailed it; that's exactly what I'm doing. It's peanut butter jelly time! I have a couple of lfos at different rates going through channels 2 and 3 of Maths and the Sum out goes to the CV input on OnC in CopierMaschine mode. When I need to change up the "melody" I have only to tweak the attenuverters for one or both of those channels.

And yes, Chronoblob's Send -> Erbe-Verb sounds totally awesome. I'm trying to find fun ways to make a sort of feedback loop from the Morphagene to Chronoblob to Erbe Verb and back again somehow, but so far I've mostly just produced mostly just noise.
grep
Great ambient set. And I must ask, where did you get that shirt?!
JonathanBedrava
grep wrote:
Great ambient set. And I must ask, where did you get that shirt?!


It's the Disco Hoodie from BetaBrand: https://www.betabrand.com/mens/hoodies/disco-hoodie.html

They have a whole line of shiny clothes as well as some other interesting gimmicks (like sweat pants that look like dress pants). The prices are a little eek! on some of the stuff, but I suppose its reasonable for "fashion".
Bjarlstedt
This is what I've got at the moment, almost full after buying and switching over and over again (Veils and Peaks is in the mail, just sold my lovely uVCA II..). The empty spot next to CLOQ is hopefully being filled up by its expander, CEX. Seems hopeless to find one though. Send me a PM if you've got one to sell help




One of the track I've made with this setup:
[soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/330084010" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_use r=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /]
dp
I recorded this jam a couple of weeks ago. It starts of very ambient and picks up after about 5 minutes



made using this setup



but i just got a 12u case recently and added some more modules and borrowed some from a friend so now its like this.



0-coast is not fixed in the case just trying to make it look less empty.
p woods
Still quite a novice in the modular world, but hey i'm at least getting along well.

Recently added elements which i think is the most crucial module i've aquired this far. the combined depth and simplicity is very pleasing. super versatile with parasites too. amazing for drones if you sustain the notes.



I also want to recommend qu-bit nebulae for those of you who don't know of its many user-generated alternative instruments which you just install via usb. its based on c-sound and pure data which basically means you can implement a max msp patch into your modular. Dead Banana
There's loads of beautiful instruments, ranging from polyfonic VCOs to noise, ring modulators and so on...


my newest track (also featuring a luncbox with morphagene not included above)
[soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/334751793" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_use r=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /]
Jaypee
What makes a rack "ambient", except reveb and delay?
Conrad
p woods
Wow, awesome track!

I've been tossing the morphagene around in my head a little bit, and it seems great for ambient, and perhaps some vaporwavey stuff too.

What kind of roles are the morphagene and nebulae playing in this patch?
Bluebox
Everything on my latest EP (link available in my sig) was done using only this 9U, some pedal effects, and a digital piano.



There are at least four or five voices patched up simultaneously on it, although I only "play" with one at a time...

Without giving away too much of what exactly is going on, there's a good mix of oscillators (pretty much the entire top row); random voltage; noise; clock; a small sequencer; multiple "character" filters (transistor-ladder, OTA, Vactrol, SSM); simple and complex modulation; "processing" like ring modulation, wavefolding, bitcrushing, sample rate reduction, distortion, etc; sub-octave generation; inputs for connection of external signals and also an effects send/return for pedals; envelopes; mixers; VCAs; and ways to get control from external things like MIDI and other CV devices.

Several outboard reverb pedals and delay pedals round out the setup.

The only thing I really find myself wanting at this point is better and more expressive control. I have a KMI QuNexus that I didn't really get along with, same with the BeatStep. I had a Pressure Points but since it was mounted in this rack, vertically, it was useless and I ended up selling it. Right now I'm thinking of setting up a combination of a Deopfer R2M ribbon, and small skiff with a pair of Pressure Points/Brains might be the move. I'd LOVE something like a Seaboard, but the bloody thing needs a computer to work...

The long term goal is a Music Easel, the short term goal is to approximate a bit of the user interface of that.

Anyway, that's my two cents.

Cheers,
-ian
taylor12k
depends on your definition of ambient... for me it's lots of sine waves, sample manipulators and tactile/field recording possibilities.

but the same modules can be used for any type of music. so one's "ambient" rack could be the exact same modules as another's "techno" rack..

it's not the modules but how you use them..


Jaypee wrote:
What makes a rack "ambient", except reveb and delay?
Conrad
taylor12k
That's a good point. You really can make ambient music with anything, however I think that different choices of instruments would lead to different sounding results. In the end it is about how you use the modules, but the reason there are so many modules to choose from is that they allow and inspire you to use them each in different ways.

I intended for this thread to not just be about what modules people were using, but also to get some insight into how different musicians are utilizing them, to understand just where exactly they land in an ambient patch. The videos people have posted so far have all been great, both for just listing and appreciating, as well as learning.
Umcorps
I'd probably call this my ambient rack if I was forced to describe it as something.



I wanted to put something together that was very focussed and self-contained but that had depth and flexibility. I sometimes feel a large system has too many choices and distractions.

I guess it reflects my interests and tastes in synthesis. Other than the Drone Commander its focus isn't really about subtractive synthesis. The uVCF is used as a sine oscillator more often than a filter. The Warps has Parasites installed. I really like the Chebychev wave folder a lot.

I've spent a lot of time evolving this setup and its only now that I feel I've got it to a point of completion. The only thing I'm feeling it lacks is an ADSR envelope. There are times when I'd like that luxury but my only option now would be to swap out the uVCF which I'm reluctant to do. Maybe I can persuade os to add an ADSR in some future update of Disting.

Anyway, it does things like this



Theres also various short sketches of patch ideas on my Instagram page
Catchthehare
Current setup, excluding some floating attenuators, with Disting being the last addition to this rack. Loving this setup, but also looking forward to expanding with a second 104hp 6U case.

A couple of exploratory videos on my YouTube, link in signature

asteraster



the top row of the top rack is new, but been jamming with the rest for about 2 years now. i jumped into eurorack with mutable instruments because i was interested in making ambient electronic music with 'organic' sounding sources.

when i started making ambient with this system, i usually began with a drone from Elements, using the bow or blow or the chord mode, using shades to keep a gate open. i'd have output from Tides (before Just Friends was in) mult'd into various parameters of Elements (damp, space, timbre), and pass the audio through the SMR, using the envelope followers to create modulation feedback loops in the patch.

then i got really into Rings + Clouds, and ended up with two of each. i like using the two Rings to create two guitar players playing off each other, usually one down in the bass range while the other plays a melody, or two melodies playing together.

i like that Elements, Rings, and the SMR are all resonating modules, making it easy to have them work together to produce sounds.

i also like producing ambient music from samples, and the 2x Clouds and now STS are great for that.

besides sound sources, the next most important thing with ambient is modulation, and, for me, having related and interrelated modulation. my LFOs are always influencing each other in some way, either by FM or waveshaping. Tides and Just Friends work really well together for that purpose. sloths is there for the super slow or subtle massaging. Added Batumi recently because I'm always using every output from JF and Tides. this is also where attenuation becomes very important - luckily many of the Mutable modules have little attenuverters. to avoid drastic modulation and keep it ripbanana, attenuate when u modulate.

for sequencing, i mostly threw very simple sequences into the M32, often using an irregular input clock, but got an Ornament and Crime a little while ago and I can't recommend it enough for generative ambient music. the quantizer apps include several flavors of generative pitch production, from the humble turing machine (4 of those alone sounds wonderful) to integer sequences and bytebeats.
Bachelard
Just recently completed this. Newest additions is the QCD and Mangrove. I run one of the Aux sends from my Mackie mixer into the Reflex Liveloop for sampling everything, with the Line Amp boosting the input signals. I also run everything through the other Mackie Aux send into a Timefactor and an Old Blood Noise Dark Star verb.

I'm really into modulating CV signals for getting complex waveforms and use the uMod for that purpose, and the Cascade and Wave Boss a lot for attenuating and offsetting stuff. The Ladik audio-to-trigger I intend to use to process my Ciat Lonbard Rollz-5 to trigger signals.

bmoren
top row +noise reap is where I'm at, clouds+rings+maths is potent ambient combo. o_C controlling the whole thing.
p@@@nts
Awesome thread! It's peanut butter jelly time!

Here's where I ended up after getting started just over a year ago:



I'm also using Elektron A4 and Monomachine for sequencing, but I've got insane lust for pretty much all the sequencing modules in existence... sigh...

Who am I kidding - I have gas for all the modules, not just the sequencers hihi

Trying to stick with this config for a while though.
sleepgardens
So this is my planned rack, mostly DIY (you can recognize mutables DIY by their panels). I still miss Rings, uBraids, Plancks (uFrames), DLFO and Rampage. All other modules are already in the rack except o_C, DVCA and Ripples that i'm building right now and should be ready for the end of the month.

I'm looking fourward to expand my samples-mangling possibilities with a Phonogene (or Morphagene is money permits) and to get a small control skiff to put control modules (Mikrophonie, o_C, maybe some soundmachines ls1 and a joystick).

Suggestions are welcome. Since this is still in building phase I have no tracks to make you listen to but my SC is in the signature so you can get what my sound is.

sackley
JonathanBedrava wrote:
It looks something like this:



I don't know if it's strictly limited to ambient, but that's what I've been using it for. The DPO is a pretty good choice for the main VCO... I wish the tuning pots weren't so easy to knock astray. The Morphagene ends up being a powerful tool for livening up the sound in fun and unexpected ways. Coupled with the MMG and the Erbe Verb, I find myself "exploring" for hours. I know it drives my wife crazy.

Here's a live example of using it for some dark, grainy ambient. The only difference is that after recording I swapped the Intelligel Linix for a Wogglebug + LxD:

[/img]


Excellent videos, system looks quite fun too.

Seems like o+c is a mainstay in many of these racks, which is making me curious. Been toying with making a 84hp x 6u rack of select MN to pair with the below. o+c might fit in well to that configuration.

Mine,


And something recent, but not so recent anymore, that I did with it and an old Korg multi-effect pedal...

[s]https://soundcloud.com/orderofthetranslucentsquare/170513-1a[/s]

Great thread! Definitely think nearly any rack can make ambient tones, it's more about what comes through the wiggler.

Cheers.
esoteric23
I'll jump in. I've been building this up over the last couple of years. I just expanded a bit (Warps, Streams, Quadra, and the Temps Utile), so I want to play with this set up for a few months before I purchase anything else. That said, I'm really interested in the SMR, Morphagene, Erbe Verb, and possibly putting together a secondary rack with some of the IFM stuff.

I really enjoy self-patching the Batumi for crazy modulations, feedpack patches, especially with Rings and Clouds, pinging Three Sisters for tabla action, and so on. I sequence mostly in Ableton via the ES-3, but I have a Korg SQ-1 that I enjoy, so adding another really hands-on sequencer like Rene might be a direction I take.

monoscan
AC unit (broken), hair dryer
huron
mwx1010
huron wrote:


Get a Maths
david23
As a complete newbie this is a very interesting thread. At the moment I have very little idea of what I am doing and wondered if any of you guys have done any "how to" youtube vids of setting up simple ambient patches. Would be really helpful to a lot of folks.
cptnal
This is a good place to start:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvrxQbh6vAg

(Mylar Melodies we're not worthy )
chilllwinston
huron wrote:



applause
mwx1010
So this is where I'm at after a couple of years experimenting with things.

One of the things I was very keen to do was to try and get something that was an "instrument" rather than a collection of modules.



Which then is driven by / outputs into:



Observations:

- There are quite a few "doubles" here. This is partly deliberate i.e. Maths / Cold Mac. I was trying to get utilities / function generators which behaved consistently so I could really get to grips with them rather than having a bunch of different / inconsistent shapes to play with. Mainly though it's a functions of the modules I have i.e. two Warps because of the different Parasites modes (can't live without that delay), two Three Sisters (six sisters?) to use one as a sound source, one as a filter and two Mangroves as, well, Mangroves.

- I've been getting into the whole Serge "patch-programability" mindset - modules which can switch hit depending on how you patch them in.

- Feedback patching is good.

- RxMx is massively under-rated. It's so good for evolving / shifting sounds.

Next Steps:

- Live with this set-up for at least 6 months without swapping out anything / buying anything else. I spent a lot of time tinkering with this before committing to it and there's a huge amount of depth here. I'm at the stage where I really want to live with this as an instrument rather than a series of modules.

- I feel like I've barely scratched the surface with a couple of these modules (SMRF with new firmware, Morpheus). Also the dual Wasp is new and it looks like there's a lot to get out of it.

- I cannot get my FH-1 to play nicely with my Seaboard Rise. I know it's probably just a case of spending a day tinkering with the MIDI setup and then there's a world of expressive possibility there. It's just scary....
Wedoh


I am planning my first eurorack rigg. My goal is to make ambient music and soundscapes with it.

love

Basically, i have figured out VCO, VCA, VCF, Envelopes, gates etc etc. The basics starts to fall in place.
What really really confuses me is the CV/gate source stuff .

I am having a hard time figure out what sources of randomness i need in my rack to control it all.
There are so many options that does a lot of cool stuff that i don't understand hmmm..... . Like the Wogglebug, Disting, 4ms RCA, Ornament and Crime, Tempi, QU-bit Chance/Pulse.

My conclusion atm is that the Ornament and Crime seems to be a good option due to its many possibilities. Then again, it too need some source of randomness right? oops

Do you guys see any logic error in my rack? Like do i miss something? More VCAs, a mixer? More envelopes? thumbs up
rustyjaw
Wedoh wrote:

Do you guys see any logic error in my rack? Like do i miss something? More VCAs, a mixer? More envelopes? thumbs up


I would say get a Dixie II + over the Dixie II, given it's only $9 (US) more and has an octave switch and more FM and PWM options. Yes, it's slightly wider, but you do have space.

Don't forget, with the expert firmware installed, Batumi can be a random source too :-)

It's not clear if you already own any of those modules, but you might consider buying one of each 'type' of module first (like one Osc, FX, modulation, filter, VCA) and work on patching those and then what you need/want next might become more clear.
mwx1010
Wedoh wrote:


I am planning my first eurorack rigg. My goal is to make ambient music and soundscapes with it.

love

Basically, i have figured out VCO, VCA, VCF, Envelopes, gates etc etc. The basics starts to fall in place.
What really really confuses me is the CV/gate source stuff .

I am having a hard time figure out what sources of randomness i need in my rack to control it all.
There are so many options that does a lot of cool stuff that i don't understand hmmm..... . Like the Wogglebug, Disting, 4ms RCA, Ornament and Crime, Tempi, QU-bit Chance/Pulse.

My conclusion atm is that the Ornament and Crime seems to be a good option due to its many possibilities. Then again, it too need some source of randomness right? oops

Do you guys see any logic error in my rack? Like do i miss something? More VCAs, a mixer? More envelopes? thumbs up


This is a really nice setup but I would make a couple of tweaks.

First up you’re heavy on modulation (O&C, Batumi, Maths and Just Friends are all monsters and you’ve got the whole set...) and light on VCAs / Mixers. Frames is amazing but it looks like your only dedicated VCA / Mixer (well you have a quadratt but you’re likely going to end up using that for attenuation).

Unless you’re totally wedded to it I’d ditch the Erbeverb and replace it with a Blinds and a Veils - will give you 8 VCAs of which you can invert 4. Veils is also an excellent mixer.

I’d second the Dixie II+ over the II which I think leaves you 4hp over for whatever you fancy. The only other thing I’d look to slip in if you can is something to spit out triggers (to strum Rings and freeze Clouds). There would be a few ways you could go with this but I’d have a really good look at your 1u row to see if you can slip a Noise Tools in - it’s the secret weapon of the Intellijel 1u range.
richc90
rustyjaw wrote:
It's not clear if you already own any of those modules, but you might consider buying one of each 'type' of module first (like one Osc, FX, modulation, filter, VCA) and work on patching those and then what you need/want next might become more clear.


This. As fun as it is to plan everything thing out, you should also give yourself space to grow and find out which kind of modules you enjoy and which you don't enjoy.
Wedoh
rustyjaw wrote:
Wedoh wrote:

Do you guys see any logic error in my rack? Like do i miss something? More VCAs, a mixer? More envelopes? thumbs up


I would say get a Dixie II + over the Dixie II, given it's only $9 (US) more and has an octave switch and more FM and PWM options. Yes, it's slightly wider, but you do have space.

Don't forget, with the expert firmware installed, Batumi can be a random source too :-)

It's not clear if you already own any of those modules, but you might consider buying one of each 'type' of module first (like one Osc, FX, modulation, filter, VCA) and work on patching those and then what you need/want next might become more clear.


I think your right. One reason i am having a hard time figure out what i need is probably because i don't have the experience. It will like you say probably become more clear when i have like one voice to play around with.
Wedoh
mwx1010 wrote:
Wedoh wrote:


I am planning my first eurorack rigg. My goal is to make ambient music and soundscapes with it.

love

Basically, i have figured out VCO, VCA, VCF, Envelopes, gates etc etc. The basics starts to fall in place.
What really really confuses me is the CV/gate source stuff .

I am having a hard time figure out what sources of randomness i need in my rack to control it all.
There are so many options that does a lot of cool stuff that i don't understand hmmm..... . Like the Wogglebug, Disting, 4ms RCA, Ornament and Crime, Tempi, QU-bit Chance/Pulse.

My conclusion atm is that the Ornament and Crime seems to be a good option due to its many possibilities. Then again, it too need some source of randomness right? oops

Do you guys see any logic error in my rack? Like do i miss something? More VCAs, a mixer? More envelopes? thumbs up


This is a really nice setup but I would make a couple of tweaks.

First up you’re heavy on modulation (O&C, Batumi, Maths and Just Friends are all monsters and you’ve got the whole set...) and light on VCAs / Mixers. Frames is amazing but it looks like your only dedicated VCA / Mixer (well you have a quadratt but you’re likely going to end up using that for attenuation).

Unless you’re totally wedded to it I’d ditch the Erbeverb and replace it with a Blinds and a Veils - will give you 8 VCAs of which you can invert 4. Veils is also an excellent mixer.

I’d second the Dixie II+ over the II which I think leaves you 4hp over for whatever you fancy. The only other thing I’d look to slip in if you can is something to spit out triggers (to strum Rings and freeze Clouds). There would be a few ways you could go with this but I’d have a really good look at your 1u row to see if you can slip a Noise Tools in - it’s the secret weapon of the Intellijel 1u range.


Do i need to quantizes the noise first before sending it to Rings in that case?

I think ill go with the II+ instead, since its big difference in price and space.

I have been thinking a lot about the mixer. My goal is to mix it down to stereo. Have i understand it right that Frames uses panning in stereo or quad? In that case i would not need a stereomixer i guess. In that case the Veils would be perfect in between as the main VCA.
mwx1010
Noise Tools will give you a couple of things you can use for Rings (as well as a bunch of other stuff). First up is a random pulse which you can use to strum rings - basically to make a sound ring out. You can use a trigger from a sequencer but it's sometimes nice with a bit of random.

The other is that you can use the noise output to feed into Rings rather than the built in input (which I think is white noise). The noise tools gives you white and pink, but you can use a filter to roll your own (blue noise into the "in" input puts you in pad heaven).

Either way, no need to quantise.

In terms of mixers you're going to struggle with what you have there - Frames is a single output = mono. You could use two channels each of the quadratt to give you a left and right two channel mixer which might be enough (particularly early on), but you're then losing your attenuators. Mixers are a whole other ballgame I'm afraid.
moremagic
Wedoh wrote:
I have been thinking a lot about the mixer. My goal is to mix it down to stereo. Have i understand it right that Frames uses panning in stereo or quad? In that case i would not need a stereomixer i guess. In that case the Veils would be perfect in between as the main VCA.
frames has a mixer & vcas but i think its better thought of as its own thing. you can do really cool things with frames but youre probably gonna want a regular mixer or two and a regular vca or 2 as well
p woods
Quote:
More envelopes? thumbs up


In terms of envelopes, how do you use them in ambient?

I rarely use envelopes since long washing sounds which ambient tends to be don't really need them. In a system centered around rings and/or elements theres even less need for it. So to answer your question I at least don't really see the need for more than you already have!
soundslikejoe
p woods wrote:
Quote:
More envelopes? thumbs up


In terms of envelopes, how do you use them in ambient?

I rarely use envelopes since long washing sounds which ambient tends to be don't really need them. In a system centered around rings and/or elements theres even less need for it. So to answer your question I at least don't really see the need for more than you already have!


Envelops are GREAT modulation sources.... or modulating modulation sources. Yesterday I was sending FM to Telharmonic, but controlling the amount with a Ramp cycling AD which passed through another AD pulsating a slow rhythm.

Neither of these are VCA modulations... but it gives the sound source an interesting pulse while evolving the tone.

Plus.... REAAAAALLLY slow envelops are great for VCA control in ambient. Helps keep the drone from being too boring.
cptnal
Stasis is the enemy of interest.

Envelopes are the enemy of stasis.

My enemy's enemy is my friend.

As to how you would use them in ambient, an envelope is basically a non-repeating (and generally unipolar) LFO. How you use that is up to your own imagination... This is fun!
baleen
p woods wrote:
Quote:
More envelopes? thumbs up


In terms of envelopes, how do you use them in ambient?

I rarely use envelopes since long washing sounds which ambient tends to be don't really need them. In a system centered around rings and/or elements theres even less need for it. So to answer your question I at least don't really see the need for more than you already have!


as someone with a system centered around rings AND elements, having different excitation sources modulated by various length envelopes and/or other shapes is super delightful (as is modulation of almost all of rings and elements timbral characteristics).
p woods
Well alright guys you gave me something to think about!

I guess I am to close-minded when it comes to envelopes, as I usually think about them in use with a VCA, and LFOs etc. for modulation.
cptnal
We all carry our own little preconceptions, and most of the time we don't even realise we have them. That's why we come to MW SlayerBadger!
soundslikejoe
cptnal wrote:
We all carry our own little preconceptions, and most of the time we don't even realise we have them. That's why we come to MW SlayerBadger!


+1

p woods: If you like LFO for modulation... put an LFO into a VCA and then use an Envelop to open/close that VCA in different ways before sending to the final destination.
monolithicfungus
modlys wrote:
Hi guys.







i'm a little late to the game here, but modlys, i have too say, I love these videos. You really nailed the combination of synthetic drone and organic string sounds.

sometimes i get so bogged down in the synth world that i forget that a tastefully effected guitar can really bring life to an otherwise all electronic composition. it's a gorgeous aesthetic.

terrific thread here, lots of inspiration. cheers.
vssp
Hi everybody, I'm french and just new to Eurorack, here after my current rack:



I'm also using my Octatrack to sequence and sample both Rings and my Analog Keys. Here after a first jam with it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-o7anh6mkU&t=2s

It's a mid way between classic composition and experimental possibilities of Eurorack, I think that this dosage is naturally likely to evolve with practice... and modules!

So more to come I hope, cheers
js213
This is what I would consider my ambient rack, though pretty much all of my modular is for that purpose.

Still waiting on the E352 (should be here Wednesday) and the New Pam (pre-ordered at AH; old Pam is in it's place right now)

Reverb and delay duties are handled my Strymon pedals.

js213
vssp wrote:
Hi everybody, I'm french and just new to Eurorack, here after my current rack:
https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/568801


I'd love a Rainmaker. love
vssp
js213 wrote:
vssp wrote:
Hi everybody, I'm french and just new to Eurorack, here after my current rack:
https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/568801


I'd love a Rainmaker. love


I'm just discovering it, it's a fantastic delay and drone/texture tool but I'm just scratching the surface, I have to say that with Rings it's beautiful...
Perhaps you should make room in your rack, but the modulations appear to take a big part of it... your Malekko Send/Return is also really appealing! What pedals do you use with it?
js213
vssp wrote:
Perhaps you should make room in your rack, but the modulations appear to take a big part of it... your Malekko Send/Return is also really appealing! What pedals do you use with it?


I've got 15U more, so I can definitely fit it in somewhere.

I usually run everything through the Strymon BlueSky and Brigadier pedals. I also have a Malekko 616 delay and TC Hall of Fame when I want something different.
vssp
js213 wrote:
vssp wrote:
Perhaps you should make room in your rack, but the modulations appear to take a big part of it... your Malekko Send/Return is also really appealing! What pedals do you use with it?


I've got 15U more, so I can definitely fit it in somewhere.

I usually run everything through the Strymon BlueSky and Brigadier pedals. I also have a Malekko 616 delay and TC Hall of Fame when I want something different.


15U more, ok, indeed... love so you should try it!
Thanks for the pedals, huge amount of delay/reverb, we're indeed in the ambient rack forum... where could I listen to what you do with this?
js213
vssp wrote:
where could I listen to what you do with this?


I haven't uploaded much, but I put this up last week

[s]https://soundcloud.com/user-488054552/the-upside-down[/s]
vssp
Yes, I've listened to it, very drony and experimental ambience!
I'm not sure to have the good modules right now to try something like this, however a lot of fun for the moment with my new modular!

Here after a second one, perhaps a bit more "mainstream" I admit, lol:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADCun4Z3jlU

Cheers
indigoid
Vaguely this, except with lots of passive mults, and my Temps Utile hasn't arrived yet. I have all the rest, though. The cellF Action Panel is a work of deranged genius, the Voice panel is ace, and Cluster is the beating heart that pumps the signals around. I love it all

duck1887
js213 wrote:
This is what I would consider my ambient rack, though pretty much all of my modular is for that purpose.

Still waiting on the E352 (should be here Wednesday) and the New Pam (pre-ordered at AH; old Pam is in it's place right now)

Reverb and delay duties are handled my Strymon pedals.



Ooh, yummy! I love those little Tiranas ... I should get another one, or maybe two ...

But I thought the whole point of the Control Forge/Satellite duo was that you only needed one CF. Switching out your second CF for a Satellite should free up some space (for a Kamieniec maybe?). It's peanut butter jelly time!
js213
duck1887 wrote:
Ooh, yummy! I love those little Tiranas ... I should get another one, or maybe two ...

But I thought the whole point of the Control Forge/Satellite duo was that you only needed one CF. Switching out your second CF for a Satellite should free up some space (for a Kamieniec maybe?). It's peanut butter jelly time!


For me, I use the CF to modulate various things, not just the Morpheus. They get used mostly when I want modulation that is more complex or specific than an LFO would do, or modulation that's triggerable. I could have gone with a Satellite, but I got my second CF used for a great price. I also don't want to have to create a function on the CF and then transfer it to a Satellite.

I should probably post the rest of my racks. The bottom two rows are off to the side. I still need to build the top 9u case, but I should have that finished shortly. As you can see, the Kamieniec is close by. Mr. Green

Padevil
vssp wrote:
Hi everybody, I'm french and just new to Eurorack, here after my current rack:



I'm also using my Octatrack to sequence and sample both Rings and my Analog Keys. Here after a first jam with it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-o7anh6mkU&t=2s

It's a mid way between classic composition and experimental possibilities of Eurorack, I think that this dosage is naturally likely to evolve with practice... and modules!

So more to come I hope, cheers



Really cool rack, I have been thinking on something similar but smaller (considering my budget... But basically I want to make rack for slowly evolving and generative drones, I thouhgt of this

But as a noob, I am doubting my lack of vcas here seriously, i just don't get it
poorness
If you pulled Links out, you could replace it with a 2HP VCA and a 2HP Mix. Add and external mult (e.g. Intellijel Hub) and you should be good to go. That would cover most of what Links does plus add a couple VCAs.

http://www.twohp.com/modules/vca
http://www.twohp.com/modules/mix
https://intellijel.com/shop/accessories/hub/
Mercutio
I made my first live in november 2018 with that... a little overkill as i didn't play with my drums (my second SH MK 2)




And the sound :

[s]http://soundcloud.com/supercrysalis/sh-session-one-modular-live-at- ambiant-lay-down[/s]
Gyroscope
Padevil wrote:
vssp wrote:
Hi everybody, I'm french and just new to Eurorack, here after my current rack:



I'm also using my Octatrack to sequence and sample both Rings and my Analog Keys. Here after a first jam with it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-o7anh6mkU&t=2s

It's a mid way between classic composition and experimental possibilities of Eurorack, I think that this dosage is naturally likely to evolve with practice... and modules!

So more to come I hope, cheers


Rainmaker is pretty big if you only have 104 hp. Maybe replace it with smaller effects to have more variety (and add VCAs).


Really cool rack, I have been thinking on something similar but smaller (considering my budget... But basically I want to make rack for slowly evolving and generative drones, I thouhgt of this

But as a noob, I am doubting my lack of vcas here seriously, i just don't get it
Yodhan
I currently own the bottom three rows, as well as a Microbrute and a slew of guitar pedals for effects. The top row are the next modules I am probably going to get, once I finish building my case and upgrading my power.

I do som sequencing from my computer, as well as most of my clocking.

ckwjr
I've been playing with this for a few weeks. The "Thereneutron." It's hard to play, but can make some nice ambient sounds.

I'ts so hard to play. I need another 2-3 years of practice. Maybe more.

So hard to play.

Did I mention it's hard to play?


cptnal
ckwjr wrote:
I've been playing with this for a few weeks. The "Thereneutron." It's hard to play, but can make some nice ambient sounds.

I'ts so hard to play. I need another 2-3 years of practice. Maybe more.

So hard to play.

Did I mention it's hard to play?




How hard is it to play?
ckwjr
It reminds me of my first year of cello lessons. Always in an angry fight with the instrument, with the arms never not in an uncomfortable position, and every movement feels wrong. It's a blast!
Rost + Licht
Hey, I'm building my first Rack and am interested in ambience and abstract sounds. (as an openness towards sound design).

Im mainly interested in capturing and recording alot of Athmospheres and different sounds that I then later Sequence and Process ITB. Basically I want to overcome my writers block and record as much as possible in sessions. Raw material for later use.

Should i want to add is some kind of imedeate playabillity like Pressure Points or the Planar? Are the modulations through the LFO, Maths, Wobblebug satisfying to start with?

Exchange a sound source? (telharmonic, Iteritas maybe) and a filter.

I would sync the whole Setup with Midi through Max for Live devices and a Cirklon.

Every viewpoint is highly appreciated!!

https://cdn.modulargrid.net/img/racks/modulargrid_842813.jpg


Dead Banana
scomo
Hey, first post here. I'm trying to wade into eurorack slowly. I have a (several) rack drafts on modulargrid with one trying to follow Emilie Gillet's suggested approach in this article: https://www.keithmcmillen.com/blog/interview-with-olivier-gillet-mutab le-instruments/

So this is where I'm at. draft rack

What I would like to know is what to cut so that I am left with just three or four modules to get to know, make some interesting sounds, and learn some modular basics.

Apologies if I'm hijacking. It just seemed like a good thread to seek some experienced insight. Thanks for any help!
scomo
scomo wrote:
Hey, first post here. I'm trying to wade into eurorack slowly. I have a (several) rack drafts on modulargrid with one trying to follow Emilie Gillet's suggested approach in this article: https://www.keithmcmillen.com/blog/interview-with-olivier-gillet-mutab le-instruments/

So this is where I'm at. draft rack

What I would like to know is what to cut so that I am left with just three or four modules to get to know, make some interesting sounds, and learn some modular basics.

Apologies if I'm hijacking. It just seemed like a good thread to seek some experienced insight. Thanks for any help!


I don't know why that draft links to the image it does. The actual draft is:
Rings
Maths
Sisters
Mangrove
Intellijel quad VCA
Mimetic digitalis
Pons asinorum
I also deleted Rosie for 4ms Listen IO and ALM SBG.
Groundloop
It's been a good read going through this thread. Lot's of variety in modules and implementation. Here's where I'm at right now:




I've got a 40HP hole in the Mantis case so I've been thinking of a different flavour of VCO like Telharmonic or an E340, as well as a dedicated wave folder like a Chopping Kinky. Also interested in the River Synth Marble. For effects I use a TC Nova Delay and a Hall of Fame reverb.
modlys
Just wanted to update my favorite thread.
There are A lot of new possibilities for ambient sound creation in terms of modules. Compared to a couple of years ago. Thinking dsp effects, chord modules, sampler modules , marbles etc.

Anyway, since my last post I have purchased 2hp arp and mutable plaits.
One module per year...kinda going slow but safe. I still have some space



Highlights:
I am really enjoying the disting as midi og wav playback. I used to have a hard time figuring it out, but now I love it

Plaits is cool and versatile. But the to modes from rings are not what I expected:-/ all the other modes are very useful

I still love my rings in stereo and poly

Maths is awesome.

Opposite of what most people do. I think I’m gonna stick with having the mother 32. Hate the sequencer but love the little keyboard and the patchbay.
Also annoyed by the difference in voltage to other modules. Might get the Pico module for fixing that.

I’m having a surprisingly good time with arp. More than using it for techno style arp. I use it more for getting notes that fit in a scale... simple but fun.

Cheers!

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