||what am i missing for live industrial and techno - two clk?
| br>Been working on this rack off and on for a few months while I still learn modular and wondering what I'm missing. My goal is to be able to play Industrial, dark trance and (mainly minimal) techno, but I don't think I'm sure what I want in a setup where I can make and arrange beats without using a computer.
My other question is how do people handle using triggers where you need multiple triggers using the same measures when most click dividers I've seen seem to always have one of each tempo instead of multiples of each tempo? How do you get around this? Purchase a clock module with multiple outputs? multiple clock sources?
Here is what I have so far:
I think I will be getting rid of the Clep Diaz as I haven't found much of a use for it, despite really liking everything else I've used from Noise Engineering.
Examples of what I am going for:
I think Circadian Rhythms or a Malekko Voltage Block would be a good idea, but if you have any other suggestions I would like to read about them.
Thanks for any help provided. br> br>
| br>First off: You might want to ask a mod to move this thread to the Eurorack subforum. There's more traffic than here and hence you'll get more answers to your questions (which also aren't related to live performances). In order to route the same signal (like a trigger in your case) to multiple destinations, you'll need a multiple -or better multiple multiples . These are often just a bunch of jacks wired together and are called passive multiples. An alternative are stackcables. Their obvious advantage is that they don't need any HP. br> br>
| br>The Grump
| br>If you're going to play out live, and have your stuff sound anything other than one-dimensional, I would lose one of those pressure points, and look into more sound generation sources, to begin with. You think you can pull off a whole show with two drum voices, an overgrown effects pedal and some slick clock division? Good luck with that.
I'd get at least one Disting mk4, maybe a pico drum or two, a 2hp VCO, VCF and something else, maybe a dixie ii+, 2hp mixer, an effects pedal or two and you will probably be a LOT closer to having a viable live rig.
my $0.02 br> br>
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