Can we talk about modular synths?



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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby behndy » Mon Jan 22, 2018 10:39 pm

this is what i meant about being afraid of pulling patches. i like these bits a lot, have recorded out the separate parts, but i get so scared of wanting some different variations and being stuuuuuuuck if i go on to something else.

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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby oscillateur » Tue Jan 23, 2018 1:35 am

behndy wrote:this is what i meant about being afraid of pulling patches. i like these bits a lot, have recorded out the separate parts, but i get so scared of wanting some different variations and being stuuuuuuuck if i go on to something else.

terrifying.


That's part of the workflow. You can mitigate that by using a number of modules with memories so that parts of the structure and/or sound of patch can be recalled but if you want to be able to fully recall everything you're doing with a modular, you need something like a Nord Modular...

I actually do like removing all the cables from a patch, even one I really like (I try to record it first), it's a bit scary but very liberating.

Also, all these new fancy huge and expensive delay modules just make me want to put my trusty old DD-20 in front of my modular :).
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby D.o.S. » Tue Jan 23, 2018 6:25 am

Ruiner wrote:
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D.o.S. wrote:Yeah hopefully the 14 videos explaining the functions will spare us the questions that follow most of his modular purchases.


God you guys are assholes sometimes. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


and they can't even bother with anything but FAKE NEWS... when was the last time i asked about something i bought??? I attempt to learn and fail ON MY OWN DAMMIT! :lol:


This is true. But it's 2018 ain't no one got time for the truth.

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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby Ruiner » Tue Jan 23, 2018 8:32 am

D.o.S. wrote:
Ruiner wrote:
Jesus Was a Robot wrote:
D.o.S. wrote:Yeah hopefully the 14 videos explaining the functions will spare us the questions that follow most of his modular purchases.


God you guys are assholes sometimes. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


and they can't even bother with anything but FAKE NEWS... when was the last time i asked about something i bought??? I attempt to learn and fail ON MY OWN DAMMIT! :lol:


This is true. But it's 2018 ain't no one got time for the truth.

Did you ever put out your modular music?


No, it was supposed to be finished this month but my wife had unexpected surgery and has been stuck in bed for the last couple of weeks so I’ve had only minutes in the music room for over a month since family was here for the holidays before that. Hoping it’ll be finished by the end of next month. This isn’t really a full modular album though.... this one is a bit more experimental with modular, guitar, other instruments, field recordings, etc.
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby Muse FTW » Tue Jan 23, 2018 5:47 pm

Gonna have a firesale soon. I think I'm going to sell about half of my Eurorack stuff (mostly modules I'm not using frequently enough to bother keeping) to fund some of the new goodies out of NAMM.

Also unrelated but semi-related: I'm thinking about getting a DSI Desktop synth because I'm so hamstrung for space at the moment. OB6 would be insane next to my P6 but REV2 and it's mod matrix is tempting as hell.

Also unrelated: rumors of a new Elektron box in a Digitakt enclosure called DigiTone. Methinks we're getting Monomachine back. :joy: :joy: :joy: :joy: :joy:
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby behndy » Tue Jan 23, 2018 5:50 pm

huh. if they have made it as awesome and accessible as the 'Takt SHOULD HAVE BEEN CALLED THE DIGIKAT, then i am innnnnnnnn.

...... although i am unsure when i'll be able to buy loots again. still have like 3 things headed in that i've paid off and look funnnnnnnn, but. yeah. relocating has me SCARED of Financial Indiscretions.
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby behndy » Tue Jan 23, 2018 9:36 pm

also, Sapel is FUN. finally sat down and played with it. getting the hang of the cutie.



it's Sapel, SCM and Euclidean Circle gates into the SSM going into BitBox stuff for most of the drums. Sapel shifting the Harmonaig through different voicings which are going to the E352 into LPGs and both sides of the Twin Waves.
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby BoatRich » Wed Jan 24, 2018 2:14 am

Ruiner wrote:Also just ordered this Desktop Grains FX Processor which is basically Clouds in a desktop case (running Parastie firmware in my case) but i'm planning on running it next to a footswitch on my pedalboard to use it like a Clouds pedal.

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Do you have a link for this? I couldn’t find it on google
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby chrisdermo » Wed Jan 24, 2018 5:49 am

BoatRich wrote:
Ruiner wrote:Also just ordered this Desktop Grains FX Processor which is basically Clouds in a desktop case (running Parastie firmware in my case) but i'm planning on running it next to a footswitch on my pedalboard to use it like a Clouds pedal.

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Do you have a link for this? I couldn’t find it on google
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby vidret » Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:03 am

if they were gonna rehouse it for what was probably 450$, why not just ask them to put a button on it?
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby Strange Tales » Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:38 am

You can find the files for it here so you can get PCBs made and do one yourself:
https://www.bluelanternstore.com/survival.html

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Also new Verbos Electronics delay. I think this was based off a Buchla delay that never came out, but I don't know Buchla stuff that well. Looks cool as shit though.
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby vidret » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:04 am

oh ducking whaaaaaaaat

been wanting something verbos for a while, and been wanting a delay that isn't boring.

splurged on tyme sefari mk2, which i haven't received yet, so this is very intriguing.
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby Ruiner » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:49 am

Strange Tales posted the link where i got it, he only made one but said he may make more if demand is there or you can get the DIY info from that link.
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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby Ruiner » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:54 am

Industrial Music Electronics is not at NAMM this year because he's working on the dual wavetable PISTON HONDA MKIII with three axis morphing and nonlinear waveshapers

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Re: Can we talk about modular synths?

Postby Strange Tales » Wed Jan 24, 2018 10:03 am

E352, 4ms Spherical Wavetable, and now the Piston Honda MK3. Looks like I have some deep reading between all 3 to do.

Also a ton of euro people seem to be dropping out of NAMM, or maybe it's just smaller companies altogether. Seems like everyone is just focusing on Superbooth instead.
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