Nice clean minimalism, would you like to enlighten us on what we’re hearing or do you prefer to keep this unexplained?
It's RBSS clocked kind of slowly (1/2 notes or so) through a quantizer. The quantizer trigger and CV output goes to Rains, which is having its structure and brightness modulated by a slow LFO and a sloth LFO's x output.
The quantizer is also triggering an envelope pointed at an FMOS-- FMOS is set to a drone, and is NOT going through any VCA or anything (so when it turns on and off that's me hitting a mute button. It's always droning, kind of a 60-cycle hum). The sloth's y output is modulating the FMOS multiplier, and the second trigger from the quantizer is triggering an envelope that modulates the FMOS mod depth. This triggers at the same time as the Rains and gives it more depth and a second clangy changing texture, and is running through more delay than the Rains. At various points I turn them on and off so you get one or the other on its own. There's also a Solina set to a droney chord going through a phaser. The drums are a mix of topograf and triq164 hitting 2 kick drums (one of which is the Wonkystuff bd808 and one of which is an older version of the Wonkystuff RS55 module: wonkystuff.net/product/rs55-micromodule-prototype/ -- this makes a nice clicky kick if you turn the pitch down.
I hit record and played with the mute buttons as seemed appropriate to give it a little structure.