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Entrainer
I'd love to hear the oscillators and Omni filter,
but any 300 system stuff is welcome and appreciated.

The Wiard designed modules in euro are some of my favorite.

I haven't paid much attention to the 300 system due to availability.
sandyb
i've posted these before but here's a couple to start:

waveform city:
http://emptynoises.bandcamp.com/track/wogglebugs-eat-waveform-city

all the source sounds here are classic vco (some computer processing afterwards):
http://levkowalczwk.bandcamp.com/track/elitist
parasitk
There's some Blacet and Metalbox stuff in here, but the core of it is Wiard 300.









Other vids I've found (unfortunately camera audio):



justin3am
Oh man, I know this is blasphemy but... those Wiard 300 modules in matte black look like sex to me. love love love
science
parasitk wrote:


If I'm remembering that video correctly, those three modules are currently in my system thumbs up
wavehead
How different are the wavetables on a Waveform City than on a Miniwave?
plord
wavehead wrote:
How different are the wavetables on a Waveform City than on a Miniwave?


You can open it up and insert any chip you want, so the question is kind of moot? The stock chips are different in content but identical in size/scale/format (16x16 matrix). Neither stock ROM is particularly focused on smooth simultaneous x and y interpolation; you'd need to invest in a Morphine or Vector chip to get that. If you download the manuals for each, you can view the actual waveforms.
wavecircle
plord wrote:
wavehead wrote:
How different are the wavetables on a Waveform City than on a Miniwave?


You can open it up and insert any chip you want, so the question is kind of moot? The stock chips are different in content but identical in size/scale/format (16x16 matrix). Neither stock ROM is particularly focused on smooth simultaneous x and y interpolation; you'd need to invest in a Morphine or Vector chip to get that. If you download the manuals for each, you can view the actual waveforms.


It does seem strange to me that the WC has different functions to the miniwave. The miniwave implies slimmed down features... It would be great if the WC housed multiple chips. If the Piston Honda can do it I dont see any reason why the Wiard can't.
Norman_Phay
A work in (long, verging on glacial) progress:

[s]http://soundcloud.com/theda-electronic-music/panthea[/s]
Fnord

Bad cellphone shot of 3 cables modulating 3 modules patched recorded and uploaded in under 3 minutes.
nrdvrgr
This thread in combination with the recently posted pricelist has got my head spinning (in a good way).
Pfurmel
nrdvrgr wrote:
This thread in combination with the recently posted pricelist has got my head spinning (in a good way).


Me too, more serge or dive into Wiard? hmmmmmmmm
Pfurmel
Norman_Phay wrote:
A work in (long, verging on glacial) progress:

[s]http://soundcloud.com/theda-electronic-music/panthea[/s]


Thats amazing!!! What Wiard modules are used?

Also do you play drums and guitars too, or is that your band?
Norman_Phay
The whole set of them, with waveform city x 2 were used. the slabby bass sound is ModCan, all of the other sounds that are not string machine/pad, drums, guitar, e-piano are from the wiard. The powerchords and bass guitar are me, the lead guitar is my friend Mark. The drums I programmed using Sonic Couture "Variable Ambience Drums", I tracked in a wogglebug freakout and tried to program the effect of some poor hapless drummer attempting to play along with THAT.
Entrainer
Thanks y'all. I think I've got an idea of how it sounds.

And that composition is really nice Norman. I especially like
the 4:30-5:30, crazy.
fluxmonkey
Pfurmel wrote:
nrdvrgr wrote:
This thread in combination with the recently posted pricelist has got my head spinning (in a good way).


Me too, more serge or dive into Wiard? hmmmmmmmm


i find that they compliment each other very nicely
Low-Gain
I knew i should have stayed out of this thread.... fuck.. must resist 300 series ... wiard... eek! love
Pfurmel
Norman_Phay wrote:
The whole set of them, with waveform city x 2 were used. the slabby bass sound is ModCan, all of the other sounds that are not string machine/pad, drums, guitar, e-piano are from the wiard. The powerchords and bass guitar are me, the lead guitar is my friend Mark. The drums I programmed using Sonic Couture "Variable Ambience Drums", I tracked in a wogglebug freakout and tried to program the effect of some poor hapless drummer attempting to play along with THAT.


Sounds really good, massive atmosphere.
Nice job on the drums too, I thought they were live first!

If I go for a system, I will probably just have space for 1 oscillator along with the other modules I want, not sure whether to get the WC or the Classic VCO.
The WC might be interesting as I have no wavetable OSC's at the moment and I already have 2 euro anti's that I'm hoping will compliment the 300.
fester
i realize this may be rather late for the fellow who started this thread, but since Grant now has the means to produce the Blues again, this seems an appropriate time to mention that there are four audio 'commercials' here:
http://www.wiard.com/samples/samples.html
(wiardcomm1,2,3,& 4)
all of the non-speech audio was produced using only Wiard 300 modules.
Sequantizer
Waveform City
Omni Filter
Envelator
Mixolator
fester
(slaps forehead...)
and a dual wogglebug.... of course
(how silly of me to forget!)
Roycie Roller
I've posted this video before, but some people may not have seen it.
It's made using five 300 series modules (Classic VCO, Waveform City, Envelator, Mixolator & Wogglebug), a diy Buchla 258 vco, Wiard Noise Ring, Fritz Jerkster & a Bugbrand CTL-1 touchplate.


slow_riot
love that video.
chamomileshark
Only just noticed we now have a Wiard section, here are a few Wiard 300 tracks..

La Belle Sequence is a simple linear FM patch. I've just stripped out a track from a piece I'm working on so it's a bit long and there's a fair amount of reverb.

http://soundcloud.com/chamomile-shark/la-belle-sequence


"Through the Gates" - apart from the choir it's all Wiard, 95% 300 series
http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=8666852&q=hi

The rest are 100% Wiard - there might be a boogie filter or noisering but most is 300 series - more abstract stuff

"I thought I had lost my Friend" -
http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=6814438&q=hi


"This House is like a a Ship" -
http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=7509400&q=hi


Clockwork UFO
http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=8789118&q=hi
wavecircle
Nice work Mark, the 300 has a really versatile tone. My VCO and Omni has arrived in customs... Can't wait for the rest of it.

Just out of interest what system to you have?
chamomileshark
I think at the time I would have been

sequantiser
Classic VCO
Waveform City
Envelator
Dual Borg
Mixolator
Wogglebug

and then a Boogie filter and Noise ring.

things are now a little bigger.
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