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Plumbutter "Buchla-like" patch
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Author Plumbutter "Buchla-like" patch
Tajnost
Wondering how this was done:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u1CCBgfBCo

In fact, I'm interested in finding the way to change the sequencer trigger speed smoothly. I guess some midi was involved as well as a small box behind the PB (what's that?).

Is it possible to achieve this effect with Plumbutter alone?
jooga1972
Tajnost wrote:
Wondering how this was done:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u1CCBgfBCo

In fact, I'm interested in finding the way to change the sequencer trigger speed smoothly. I guess some midi was involved as well as a small box behind the PB (what's that?).

Is it possible to achieve this effect with Plumbutter alone?


That box behind the PB is a Low-Gain Electronics UTL-1 passive format converter, it's like a bridge between banana and eurorack modulars. Based on what's visibile in the video, chances are the PB was modded both internally and externally. A friend's building a Low-Gain clone for me, can't wait to start cross-modding with my eurorack desktop synths. As for getting these sounds from the PB alone, it may as well be possible, I mean it's a Plumbutter after all. wink
Cheers, Gabor
Tajnost
Hmm... The only thing I can think of is an external trigger generator with its speed modulated by a slow lfo, but yes... PB is still full of secrets for me after 3 years of regular patching.

I can achieve instant jump from very slow trigger seq speed to almost oscillating, but how to get a smooth speed modulation?
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