Using the TRIG164 ans SEQ16 to create a funky pattern.
Apologies that I was so slow in listening to this, it was really good. I set it to playing whilst I went off and worked on a quick email and I titally forgot that I wasn't listening to a "real" album. Very nice and dreamy, and it's always interesting to read how people are using the TRIQ164, it's so versatile, but I don't see many patches really giving it a work-out.
I find the TRIQ164 really useful for creating moving or long-form trigger patterns (by switching steps in/out live), and combining it with a slow LFO using a logic gate makes it even more random and long-form. Combined that with an interesting patch, and with some live tweaking, and you've got the ambient backing for nearly all of my recent experiments
Jamming on my guitar while the AEM wanders around by itself.
I really enjoyed this one as well and you could easily have made this a LOT longer with some developments - this would then go down well with the Ambient lovers.I shall endeavour to break out the guitar myself, it's been a while since I found this AE Modular thing to occupy my time...