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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby Seance » Sun Aug 18, 2019 3:17 pm

This isn't really a "vs" video so much as a vis-a-vis video where V1 and V3 Stamme[n] (or is that "Stamme[ae]"?) are fed
some BA Marq Won fuzz and then a few select "loops" captured in Mode3 of the CT5.



All the visuals are from my favorite shots of the silent film Häxan (1922), which was directed by Benjamin Christensen.
Who doesn't love dioramas made in order to illustrate various worldviews?
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Re: stamme[n] V3

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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby Seance » Sun Aug 18, 2019 11:01 pm

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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby Dowi » Mon Aug 19, 2019 2:09 am

Seance wrote:This isn't really a "vs" video so much as a vis-a-vis video where V1 and V3 Stamme[n] (or is that "Stamme[ae]"?) are fed
some BA Marq Won fuzz and then a few select "loops" captured in Mode3 of the CT5.



All the visuals are from my favorite shots of the silent film Häxan (1922), which was directed by Benjamin Christensen.
Who doesn't love dioramas made in order to illustrate various worldviews?


Love this, and also love Christensen. First saw Haxan thanks to a lesson on expressionism during my university years. :thumb:
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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby drolo » Mon Aug 19, 2019 2:44 am

Seance wrote:This isn't really a "vs" video so much as a vis-a-vis video where V1 and V3 Stamme[n] (or is that "Stamme[ae]"?) are fed
some BA Marq Won fuzz and then a few select "loops" captured in Mode3 of the CT5.



All the visuals are from my favorite shots of the silent film Häxan (1922), which was directed by Benjamin Christensen.
Who doesn't love dioramas made in order to illustrate various worldviews?


Nice one!
I'll check that movie out, looks really interesting
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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby adamajah » Mon Aug 19, 2019 1:25 pm

Seance wrote:This isn't really a "vs" video so much as a vis-a-vis video where V1 and V3 Stamme[n] (or is that "Stamme[ae]"?) are fed
some BA Marq Won fuzz and then a few select "loops" captured in Mode3 of the CT5.



All the visuals are from my favorite shots of the silent film Häxan (1922), which was directed by Benjamin Christensen.
Who doesn't love dioramas made in order to illustrate various worldviews?


Dope Seance. I love how it builds from a couple threads into a full blown orchestra. Have you tried putting some kind of filter pedal at the end? That could help with some final frequency molding. Shallow Water would be choice. Or just use the CT5 filter functions even. :!!!:
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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby Seance » Mon Aug 19, 2019 6:16 pm

drolo wrote:
Seance wrote:This isn't really a "vs" video so much as a vis-a-vis video where V1 and V3 Stamme[n] (or is that "Stamme[ae]"?) are fed
some BA Marq Won fuzz and then a few select "loops" captured in Mode3 of the CT5.



All the visuals are from my favorite shots of the silent film Häxan (1922), which was directed by Benjamin Christensen.
Who doesn't love dioramas made in order to illustrate various worldviews?


Nice one!
I'll check that movie out, looks really interesting

Thanks, David!

Häxan is interesting. Basically a "documentary", but with lots of staged re-enactments and dioramas
and then shots of woodblock prints from old books like the Malleus Maleficarum.
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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby Seance » Mon Aug 19, 2019 6:20 pm

adamajah wrote:
Seance wrote:This isn't really a "vs" video so much as a vis-a-vis video where V1 and V3 Stamme[n] (or is that "Stamme[ae]"?) are fed
some BA Marq Won fuzz and then a few select "loops" captured in Mode3 of the CT5.



All the visuals are from my favorite shots of the silent film Häxan (1922), which was directed by Benjamin Christensen.
Who doesn't love dioramas made in order to illustrate various worldviews?


Dope Seance. I love how it builds from a couple threads into a full blown orchestra. Have you tried putting some kind of filter pedal at the end? That could help with some final frequency molding. Shallow Water would be choice. Or just use the CT5 filter functions even. :!!!:

Thanks, Adamjah!

I haven't put a filter pedal at the end, but I do like using the filter function on frozen notes with the Stamme[n].
I'm afraid to admit I haven't really messed with the filter functions on the CT5 because I can never remember how
to access those secondary/tertiary functions outside of transcendence (a must-have feature). But I might try to
put the BitQuest at the end of the chain and see what filtering and mayhem I can achieve.

With the V3 Stamme[n] I like how you can click a button and basically turn it into a reverb. I also like that it seems
to have a bit of a flanger in one of the modes (can't remember how I accessed it, but it sounded flanged to me).
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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby Seance » Tue Aug 20, 2019 6:44 pm

Here is the last few minutes of that 33-minute first splash with the Stamme[n] V1 & V3 pedals.

For the visuals I edited together a few clips from Buster Keaton's amazing film Sherlock Jr. (1924).

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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby drolo » Wed Aug 21, 2019 3:46 am

Seance wrote:Here is the last few minutes of that 33-minute first splash with the Stamme[n] V1 & V3 pedals.

For the visuals I edited together a few clips from Buster Keaton's amazing film Sherlock Jr. (1924).



ah man that's amazing! Not sure how much work you put into making it seem so fitting and synced to the footage or if it was just a miraculous lucky combination but it's perfect!
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Re: stamme[n] V3

Postby Seance » Wed Aug 21, 2019 5:46 pm

drolo wrote:
Seance wrote:Here is the last few minutes of that 33-minute first splash with the Stamme[n] V1 & V3 pedals.

For the visuals I edited together a few clips from Buster Keaton's amazing film Sherlock Jr. (1924).



ah man that's amazing! Not sure how much work you put into making it seem so fitting and synced to the footage or if it was just a miraculous lucky combination but it's perfect!

Thanks, David!

I edited the visuals to match the audio track.

I didn't edit the audio at all. That's just how it came together live with
no overdubs while turning knobs. I think for the first abrupt sonic change
If I recall correctly I had the CT5 mix all the way down at first and kept the
mix down while I randomly "recorded" some of the Stamm[ae] with the CT5
and that sudden change happened when I turned the Mix knob on the CT5 to
reveal what I'd inadvertently put in there (which I then tried to riff off of).

Fun stuff!
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