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zoogoo
I was browsing youtube to try to learn how to do some basic patches. Maybe i learn something new. Most of what i found only has one or 2 videos kind of jumbled random information. Anyone know of anything good?

its ok if its software, i want to learn the concepts more so.

thanks?
andrewhuang
The Tuesday Night Machines and Learning Modular both have some pretty solid stuff!
JohnLRice
andrewhuang wrote:
The Tuesday Night Machines and Learning Modular both have some pretty solid stuff!
thumbs up Andrew and some good videos too! cool
MAXTHEDOG
Raul's world of synths. Purely Doepfer but the basics are there. He does another series under a different name on other manufactures, but can't for the life of me remember what it is.
What I did initially was pick a module and watch the YT vid on it. You'll soon pick up the gist of this stuff.
MTD.
mzero
Learning modular is fantastic.... Can also learn a lot from DivKids demos... Wish there were better notes on the patches though....
ranix
check out the synthesizersdotcom YouTube channel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8UoG9AyyIU
Toshni123
This is a fantastic 3 module channel from Comparative Irrelevance, something for everyone in here including comprehensive patch notes.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQBQ6F7VD78Ic_FkTexeE8g
Dcramer
MAXTHEDOG wrote:
Raul's world of synths. Purely Doepfer but the basics are there. He does another series under a different name on other manufactures, but can't for the life of me remember what it is.
What I did initially was pick a module and watch the YT vid on it. You'll soon pick up the gist of this stuff.
MTD.


Def recommend Raul as you get to watch very detailed simple patching.
His other channel is called Modular Wild and demos non-Doepfer stuff.

I do vids on my own channel (see below) but lately they’ve been pretty complex/compound patches, my older stuff is simpler, but I do try to have detailed explanations.

Fix (Tuesday night) is probably the prince of well explained these days! thumbs up
teamhobson
I've been enjoying Mylar Melodies a lot. He has good ones on drum programming and melody progression.

Not been in the game long and already I know this is everyone's favourite topic really nicely put

[video]https://youtu.be/JKqcQxLjno0[/video][/quote]
Datormaskin
Search fm music, and divkid
hermbot
Is it poor form to post my own stuff? I just started a channel and I'm open to feedback. It fits more in the educational / tutorial range, mostly focusing on Maths for now:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoRUkFxXAStMP29fiHuL32Q?

cptnal
Not poor form at all. Thanks for those. thumbs up
AW198
I'd recommend mylarmelodies for general module tutorials and some other interesting videos (like his 'what went wrong with playing live') and divkid for more indepth I-want-to-really-learn-this-module videos.

If you have a particular want for learning how to do Mother 32 self-generating patches, hmu hihi
Dilibob
There's two channels I listen to over and over. One is the junkiexl:

https://www.youtube.com/user/junkiexlofficial/

the other is the synthesizers.com(as ranix commented also):

https://www.youtube.com/user/synthesizersdotcom

The the synthesizers.com one is often 5u, I found it generally useful from a grounding of synths perspective, aside from critical if you have their stuff.

On the artists side, Junkiexl modular tutorial series is just awesome for anyone in post, but really each of his youtubes has something for me to learn for just about anyone. There's just a ton of info there(his tutorial series is 4 sessions, each being about 45 minutes long).
Krankenwagen
This guy has some great tutorial and demo videos. He also has the best explanation of Make Noise Maths that I've seen.

Operator One
andrewhuang wrote:
The Tuesday Night Machines and Learning Modular both have some pretty solid stuff!


I agree... as a newbee a learned a lot from his videos!
ajscent
ask videos are really good.
luketeaford
In addition to the above great videos: Doug Lynner, Todd Barton, and Make Noise videos go into depth and usually further beyond the basics.

I haven't seen James Cigler mentioned yet, but his Rene videos in particular are excellent.
BenA718
hermbot wrote:
Is it poor form to post my own stuff? I just started a channel and I'm open to feedback. It fits more in the educational / tutorial range, mostly focusing on Maths for now:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoRUkFxXAStMP29fiHuL32Q?


Thanks for these! I was able to get Function to become a random gate generator using it and a Doepfer a183-3 amplifier set to attenuation (with noise from my Mother-32) thanks to the info in this video!
hermbot
BenA718 wrote:
Thanks for these! I was able to get Function to become a random gate generator using it and a Doepfer a183-3 amplifier set to attenuation (with noise from my Mother-32) thanks to the info in this video!


ketem13
hermbot wrote:
Is it poor form to post my own stuff? I just started a channel and I'm open to feedback. It fits more in the educational / tutorial range, mostly focusing on Maths for now:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoRUkFxXAStMP29fiHuL32Q?



Thanks for the informative video!

I've got a question-

Is it possible to do what you are doing in the video but with the STO osc ? or its works only with osc with strike input as the DPO ?

thanks!
hermbot
ketem13 wrote:
Thanks for the informative video!

I've got a question-

Is it possible to do what you are doing in the video but with the STO osc ? or its works only with osc with strike input as the DPO ?

thanks!


With the STO you can! Send the gates to the S-Gate input and use the Sub output. The Sub output acts as a normal "always on" oscillator output until you insert a cable into the S-Gate jack, then it's normally closed. Triggers or gates will open it back up again.

You can also use send the gates to any Envelope/VCA combo as normal. I was just trying to minimize the amount of cables in the video. But a VCA with a short, exponential envelope controlling it will get a similar effect.
ketem13
hermbot wrote:
ketem13 wrote:
Thanks for the informative video!

I've got a question-

Is it possible to do what you are doing in the video but with the STO osc ? or its works only with osc with strike input as the DPO ?

thanks!


With the STO you can! Send the gates to the S-Gate input and use the Sub output. The Sub output acts as a normal "always on" oscillator output until you insert a cable into the S-Gate jack, then it's normally closed. Triggers or gates will open it back up again.

You can also use send the gates to any Envelope/VCA combo as normal. I was just trying to minimize the amount of cables in the video. But a VCA with a short, exponential envelope controlling it will get a similar effect.


Nice ! thank you!
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