Post by keurslagerkurt on Apr 13, 2021 13:44:39 GMT
Got all my AE Modular modules out to perform a slow dance together, featuring a ton of spaghetti. The two builds to the left on the breadboard are an arpeggiator sequencing the more rhytmical notes, and a very slow, chaotic LFO based on the eurorack 'Sloth' circuit by Non-Linear Circuits.
I hope to release both breadboard builds as full modules later this year. The arpeggiator 1U prototype is getting manufactured right now, excited for the result! The Sloth circuit needs some more tinkering, but I got a greenlight from the original Sloths designer, Andrew, to make an adaptation in AE Modular.
Some patch notes:
- Intro is the Solina through the Dead Band, Quad Boost & Wasp Filter. Later the original Solina sounds fade in too. If you like these broken sounds, both the Dead Band & Quad Boost module are still available as kits in my online store (link below). The wasp filter is modulated by a mix of slow lfo's (one of them is the Sloth), mixed together through the fantastic Wonkystuff mm33 module.
- Bass note is the FMOS.
- Higher melody is a triangle wave sequenced by running an assymetric triangle LFO through my arpeggiator. The route note is sometimes changed by the RBSS delivering random variations. All is run through the Quantizer to get tuned notes. I'm right now trying to build a 1U prototype for the arpeggiator.
- Extra noisey notes are sometimes faded in, these are two square waves through the logic XOR port.
- Some extra semi-random high notes are made with the Algodrone, controlled by the SEQ8.
This is def my most complicated patch I made yet, but it was really a joy to play (hence the playtime haha!). I could probably sit there for hours and slowly modulate every parameter from time to time. Hope you enjoyed it too!