The Rabbit Hole


#1

Did you just go down a rabbit hole…? But now you’re back to real life?!
Share what you just learnt/made.
Videos, text - however it may be.
What patch, what technique, what interesting sound did you come up with and how?
Thanks ray_diode for the idea.

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#2

Ok, well this is a bit noobish but last night I was running a random sequence to my klavis twin waves VCO, and I used channel 2 of my maths to raise and lower the tuning via the brainseed shift in.

maths channel 2 > brainseed shift in
clock > brainseed cycle in> brainseed out> VCO

i know it’s simple, but it tickled my potato


#3

That twin waves looks/sounds aweosme. Did you record any of this patch?


#4

Nope but I do recommend the twin waves. You can change the wave type via CV ala braids, plus there are 2 VCO’s in a small footprint. They can be LFO’s too :+1:t4:


#5

Sounds good. Will have to get one


#6

Divkid videos are amazingly informative!


#7

Divkid videos should come with a financial health warning.


#8

Chopping amens on the Octatrack.


#9

Rings in inharmonic mode, Plaits particle noise in to rings in, FM from mangrove formant. Sounds like plucking a spring reverb


#10

love me some Remarc! amen citay


#11

I’m very excited to get back from the UK and update my bitbox. They’ve finally added slice to grid. Amen will be getting a good work out after that.


#12

Spent the best part of today playing with my system that now includes a DLD, ModBox and Quantum Rainbow. Quantum Rainbow is a damn fine friend for Ultra Random Analog, and is making my compositions sound so juicy.


#13

Rings v/oct in, rings odd/even out >rings ext in>rings out>wavefolder>woobly craziness


#14

The noise options on the Sapel is part of why I purchased it. Saved me purchasing a seperate noise module.
I can see why the Quantum Rainbow is so attractive. Noise options are a must in a case.


#15

I recently got a 2HP play and you can use the samples (as well as the micro HD) from the Bastl Grandpa in it - although you can only use 30 (??) of the samples. Great if you need a less wacky sampler.


#16

Second that. Very nice sounds, very useful, and a pretty compact package. Still lots of it I haven’t wrapped my head around too, like the FM/AM input.


#17

i found out it can act as a VCA too - well only ‘in module’ so to speak. Very deep.