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Plumbutter 2
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andriesvds
no, just some combined cv triggers from the mwtrs to the fm of the oscilators for different notes.

and i use the white direkt out of the deerhorn to give it some more reverb than the other signals.

cheers. w00t
batchas
@andriesvds: I listened with great pleasure to what you posted recently. Thanx for sharing thumbs up
Nice reverb too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98rAirO9YI4
This one I listened very early in the morning, with so much snow in front of me, and this incredible silence (everything outside is stopped!!!), goes pretty well with the mood here.
mrbloor
andriesvds wrote:
no, just some combined cv triggers from the mwtrs to the fm of the oscilators for different notes.

and i use the white direkt out of the deerhorn to give it some more reverb than the other signals.

cheers. w00t


Really lovely work, Andries.
andriesvds
thanks my dear plumi colleges. it's nice to listen to your stuff too.

keep the plumi noise coming!

cheers

Guinness ftw!
shinko
Where do y’all get your banana cables from? Perfect Circuit sells 10 packs for $70 - but that seems kinda $$$? Or is that decent?

Thanks!
corpusjonsey
DigiKey
jimmie
shinko wrote:
Where do y’all get your banana cables from? Perfect Circuit sells 10 packs for $70 - but that seems kinda $$$? Or is that decent?

Thanks!


Good experience with Mouser.com thumbs up
odditymedium
in evropa?
batchas
odditymedium wrote:
in evropa?

Depends which country but Mouser has his online stores in Europe too.
fr, uk, ch, de etc etc + free delivery from a certain amount (not too high).

Check also Rapid Online if you're in UK.

Check Bugbrand.

There's also Patchpoint in Berlin: https://www.patch-point.com/patch-cables/
Oldstench
OK - I need to troubleshoot my PB2 a little bit with my oscilloscope. Problem is, my PB2 doesn't have a ground jack. Can I just attach the probe ground clip to the 3.5mm sleeve instead?
Oldstench
Oldstench wrote:
OK - I need to troubleshoot my PB2 a little bit with my oscilloscope. Problem is, my PB2 doesn't have a ground jack. Can I just attach the probe ground clip to the 3.5mm sleeve instead?


The answer is yes.
GrantB
I just joined the PB2 fam! nanners

I made some pretty cool random stuff already, but I would like to share with you a straight patch dedicated to the unusually high level of plodding stupidity in my work inbox today. sad banana WARNING this beat may induce acute IQ loss:



strutter
I just got my pb2 today and I was a bit nervous of ordering it since I had no chance to try one out anywhere. This thread has been super helpful for me and there are so many cool things I learned about this instrument here.

I want to thank you all for sharing your experiences and tips! I absolutely love the pb for its sound and mystical sweetness. This is the first banana synth I have ever patched and boy am I pleasantly surprised. Everything about this synth feels 100 times more intuitive than I was prepared for. Albeit the manual is pretty esoteric and obscure but combined with a cup of coffee and the pb it begins to make sense in a beautiful way.
odditymedium
dear strutter, in my humble experience, the blumputter (oops sorry the blomplatter ... the plimblotter) sounds best in moderation

for a long time i was trying to make everything sound at the same time: gongues, dogs, ultra, snare, deerhorn, all at once, getting overwhelmed etc

now i am a lot more calm, minimalist, and only bring in one or two instruments at a time

peter blasser is a maestro
strutter
I would agree. At first the natural thing to do is to include everything and go overboard. Nothing wrong with that, its fun and reveals many textural and rhythmic sides of the instrument.

When indeed using only one or two sounds the subtler things become very pronounced and the depth of the modulation sources begin to unravel.

I´m very impressed by the way all the elements complement each other. Especially the quantum dust is such an exotic mod and sound source that opens sonic doors I didn't know even existed. Coolest name ever for mod source too.

One question. How do the 10 inputs next to the mixer knobs work exactly?
knows
The stereo mixer section now has CV inputs. They act to in a stereo manner: a signal going up on "verso" makes the right side louder and the left side quieter, and the opposite for "inverso".

Direct from plumbutter manual.
ookrsia
knows wrote:
The stereo mixer section now has CV inputs. They act to in a stereo manner: a signal going up on "verso" makes the right side louder and the left side quieter, and the opposite for "inverso".

Direct from plumbutter manual.


Thank you for this. Even though this is in the manual/website it still is quite randomly mentioned only before the actual manual part even begins in the part where Peter mentions "new mods". So to find it you really need to read through all the text.
odditymedium
after spending some time in the ciat-lonbarde universe, i now see peter's instruments differently. they aren't specialist niche synths; they do a LOT. they are mini laboratories. hell, the plumbumbutter-nutter has a full blown factory inside (the man with red steam).

so my suggestion is to approach them willy-nilly, give yourself time to explore them, and keep coming back to threads like these, and peter's writings themselves.

and then one day something somewhere will click, for example, "hot damn the quantum dust!" or "omg the avdogs are a sweetass stereo panner for, like, any sound i put in through the input jack"

etc

so: yes, peter's writings and manuals and obscure, arcane, esoteric as all hell and nonlinear, but that is a feature, not a bug.
ookrsia
Edit: Nevermind
strutter
I had read the description of the cv inputs of the mixer but I took mine a while to actually understand how it works. Thanks for the reply.

I was saving money for sidrax but then a cocoquantus 2 became available second hand in my home town for 1000€, so I grabbed it immediately. Holy shit! The combination is just ridiculous. Having just begun exploring the pb2 there is a lot on my plate right now. smile

The cv inputs on my pb2 react to voltage just like any euro module I have used. At least the modulation depth is like one would expect.
What have you patched into the cv inputs so far?
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