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The Buchla as the ultimate techno instrument
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Author The Buchla as the ultimate techno instrument
emp
Techno is not the only thing i use my Buchla for, but when i do i think it’s quite good for that too. cool This is a lost and found session recorded in one take some years ago with my duo RTTRSPRT. Me on a Skylab system and Marcus on an Octatrack for drums. Basically i use the 261e for ”pads”/long notes, played on the 223e controller. The arpeggiator controls one half of a 258v and a 250e controls the other half. CV1 on the 250e goes to the pitch input, obviously, the other CV controls the velocity on the 292e channel in question. This allows for an intuitive way of varying sequencer patterns on the fly. I also use a 259e for more effect like sounds and noises. Other than that i have a Kaoss Pad 3 and a Space for reverb.
Enjoy if you can, otherwise ignore it. Guinness ftw! [/s]

[s]https://soundcloud.com/rttrsprt/secret-session-140416[/s]
Kent
Ya, brother! This is great. Enjoying it much and only 11 mins in. Guinness ftw!
Michael Tiemann
Great stuff! I love how well you coax so much expression from so few modules.
Ozz
Awesome. DX200 on steroids!!
emp
Kent wrote:
Ya, brother! This is great. Enjoying it much and only 11 mins in. Guinness ftw!

Thanks! I hope the rest didn’t dissapoint you then smile
emp
Michael Tiemann wrote:
Great stuff! I love how well you coax so much expression from so few modules.

Thank you! My initial plan was to use presets to be able to vary things even more and make faster changes, but since preset changes mess up the midi clock that’s not possible.
emp
Ozz wrote:
Awesome. DX200 on steroids!!

Haha! Thanks!
analoglsd
Fun track. Wish I had been there when it was performed live.
Precarious
Good stuff!

I've been messing with a hybrid Buchla/Euro system and finding myself veering into techno and deep house quite a bit. Don't understand why I don't see more Buchla use in these genres.

Just got the 252e and this was my first experiment. The ability to skew the placement of sub-divided pulses on the fly really lends itself to groovy swing!
(Patch info in the video description.)

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