Show us your Patchulator 8000 setups!



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Show us your Patchulator 8000 setups!

Postby superanalog » Sat Aug 25, 2018 2:54 pm

Over the past couple years we've seen a lot of great Patchulator integrations, but we know there are more out there lurking in the darkness. If you care to share, this be the place! :)

I'll start with two of my favs that we've made up ourselves for our own music endeavors and videos...

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Re: Show us your Patchulator 8000 setups!

Postby Dandolin » Sat Aug 25, 2018 3:59 pm

Noice--at some point I intend to get in on the Patchulator goodness....
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Re: Show us your Patchulator 8000 setups!

Postby Heraclitus Akimbo » Sun Aug 26, 2018 12:25 am

(cut and pasted from a previous post in the tabletop gear thread... but still using this setup...)

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Here's my glitch/weirdifying unit as currently set up. This is all in the fx loop of my mixer, so I can send any of my inputs to this.

Except for the looper pedal in the top right, everything goes through the patchulator, so the order can be whatever I want... and I have 5 options to choose from to put in the superego's loop. (most often right now the cheapie delay on top.)

Regarding that stereo looper on the top right more below:

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I dunno if this is a common idea, but I had a cool brainwave with this. The two channels are fully isolated from each other, so instead of thinking of them as left/right, I have this in line with the input/output from the patchulator, so one channel has the "dry" audio as it comes from the mixer, the other has the modulated sounds on their way back out. There's a separate volume for each, but also one of the toggles has a channel-switching function, which means that I can send a loop recorded from the patchulator input back into it for another round.

(This can also combine in a cool way with that other nano looper on the top left... the stereo looper has a speed control, so you can slow the loop down a bunch. So with that channel-switching function, I can record a loop of the weirdness from these pedals, slow that loop down and send it back in and record that into the other looper. Then I can repeat the process as many times as I want, slowing the loop down again each time. It gets weird and artifact-y pretty quickly. It's a pretty laborious process, so I haven't done much with the idea yet, but I have tried it enough to prove it works.)

Sorry for the verbiage... I dunno if all of that is an obvious idea to everyone but me.
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Re: Show us your Patchulator 8000 setups!

Postby fcknoise » Sun Aug 26, 2018 9:42 am

Damn all of these are sick. I'll include two winners from the 2017 BILF competition

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I'd love to try one of these at one point, the moving of loops to other places in the chain seems like a great thing
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Re: Show us your Patchulator 8000 setups!

Postby superanalog » Wed Aug 29, 2018 1:45 pm

Wow, those two really are amazing. The choice of pedals in both are excellent, especially for combination experiments! Bitquest on both I see! We use that pedal quite a bit ourselves!
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Re: Show us your Patchulator 8000 setups!

Postby superanalog » Sat Sep 22, 2018 2:00 pm

Just thought I'd share this for a little laugh!

We just wrapped up another batch of Patchulators, backorders are now shipping, and it is back in stock. While we were cranking these "babies" out we decided to show you (in a somewhat silly way) how a Patchulator is born. Hey we had to do something to stave off the boredom!

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Re: Show us your Patchulator 8000 setups!

Postby Heraclitus Akimbo » Sat Oct 27, 2018 9:35 pm

I scored a Gakken SX-150 mkII synth at a nice price the other day. While I was waiting for it to arrive, I was plotting a bit, as I've never had anything with mono 1/8th inch ins/out to plug right into the Patchulator. Turns out to work nicely:

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Haven't fiddled too much, but right here I have it patched in to the effects loop of the Superego to use the filter. I am pleased with the early results.
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Re: Show us your Patchulator 8000 setups!

Postby superanalog » Sun Oct 28, 2018 9:09 am

Heraclitus Akimbo wrote:I scored a Gakken SX-150 mkII synth at a nice price the other day. While I was waiting for it to arrive, I was plotting a bit, as I've never had anything with mono 1/8th inch ins/out to plug right into the Patchulator. Turns out to work nicely:

Haven't fiddled too much, but right here I have it patched in to the effects loop of the Superego to use the filter. I am pleased with the early results.


Yeah that's pretty rad. You'll have to share some audio/video of this! Also the Stylophone synths plug right in nicely too.
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