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Post by Kwote » Thu May 08, 2008 1:18 am

i think i got my how to make noise without a noise module issue solved

now time for some cocoa :coffee:

http://www.kwotemusic.com/stormdrain.mp3
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Post by scozbor » Thu May 08, 2008 1:59 am

sounds great! :sb:
how did you do it?

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Post by Cat-A-Tonic » Thu May 08, 2008 2:10 am

My guess is an acoustic source of noise, like running water, recorded on a tapeloop or sampler. Then sent into I/O for modular processing.
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Post by Kwote » Thu May 08, 2008 2:33 am

Cat-A-Tonic wrote:My guess is an acoustic source of noise, like running water, recorded on a tapeloop or sampler. Then sent into I/O for modular processing.
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not at all actually. VCO -> mult -> filter/phaser/ringmod -> filter/phaser/ringmod -> 3p mixer;

EG -> dual VCA A input -> 2nd dual VCA A input/filter freq cv;

2nd dual VCA A -> phaser freq cv; 2nd dual VCA B -> ringmod freq cv;

lfo sawtooth -> Dual filter -> VCO 1v input

modulate to taste.
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Post by Cybananna » Thu May 08, 2008 9:29 am

yea, that's what i'm loving about modular synths. you can do so much. No noise module, no problem. you made noise anyway. it may be quicker / easier with a dedicated module. but not required. sounds good!

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Post by Cat-A-Tonic » Thu May 08, 2008 10:10 am

Agreed, Nice Sounds.
Neat patch recipe.

I should really try to follow your example in order to get more varieties of noise flavor. :hail:

I saw a post on electro-music where someone was saying the Steiner Filter was particularly good at deriving noise from any type of sound.

I'm already a bit spoiled in the noise department with the Improb. Drive, CGS Digi-Noise, and 2 SN Voice PCBs just arrived in the mail today!
It seems the Thomas Henry SN Voice is pretty much like the Dark Star Chaos with 1V/Oct.!!!! :bump:

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Post by consumed » Thu May 08, 2008 10:30 am

nice work there man.
looks like you're getting ninja with your patching there.
if i understand the patch, youre using feedback to get this?


Cat-A-Tonic wrote:It seems the Thomas Henry SN Voice is pretty much like the Dark Star Chaos with 1V/Oct.!!!! :bump:
both circuits are based on the SN76477 chip. i have finished populating my pcb except for a few miscellaneous capacitors.
if you dont have your SN chip yet, you should probably pick one up from www.arcadechips.com -- i got mine from there (the wide body ones).
im waiting for bridechamber to finish his panel design and ill finish mine.

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Post by Kwote » Thu May 08, 2008 11:01 am

consumed wrote:nice work there man.
looks like you're getting ninja with your patching there.
if i understand the patch, youre using feedback to get this?
oh fo sho Image

yeah the feedback is coming from both A & B of the Dual filter.

it's really cool how you can use the dual filter as a mixer and run cv straight through. or self oscillate and tweak the hell out of the cv.

but honestly i just got the first part of the patch from this dood on matrix synth. he had 7 filters, one vco multed to em all and one eg multed to all the freq ins. "you want to see how it sounds?" LOL! that guy was too classic.

but anyways i then thought i should control the pitch of the vco with my lfo but i didn't just want a static lfo so i ran it through the dual filter. i happened upon the noise mostly by chance. it started to get pretty stormy sounding so i ran it through my reverb at full dwell for good measure.
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Post by el clon » Sun May 11, 2008 1:43 pm

sounds cool.. you get a nice, rolling ocean waves kinda sound after a while. i'm a sucker for that. what are you using for reverb?

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Post by Kwote » Mon May 12, 2008 12:31 am

el clon wrote:what are you using for reverb?
http://vanamps.com/solemate.htm

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Post by Chuck E. Jesus » Mon May 12, 2008 7:10 am

Kwote wrote:
el clon wrote:what are you using for reverb?
http://vanamps.com/solemate.htm

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just curious on the cost...

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Post by Kwote » Mon May 12, 2008 12:14 pm

"Price is $285 plus $15 S & H in the usa"

http://analogman.com/reverbam.htm

it was cheaper when i got it(last year). i think i was close to 285 after shipping. but now if folks want it they're stuck with 300 bucks.
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Post by el clon » Mon May 12, 2008 2:28 pm

have you tried it on a guitar amp?

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Post by Kwote » Mon May 12, 2008 2:51 pm

el clon wrote:have you tried it on a guitar amp?
i don't play but i brought it to Paul's once and he played some guitar with it through his amp and it sounded very nice.
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