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Video back online. Sorry, we had a server crash... still recovering.

 

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17:30 (in the first video) is where is gets really interesting.  Is that a granular effect ?

 

Also, are you generating tones algorithmically, or are they somehow emerging from the wooden thing ?

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chain 1:

contact mic, mic preamp, bass limiter pedal, filter lancet, octatrack and then into the clean channel of the amplifi-30

 

chain 2:

lyra-8, bass limiter, guitar channel of the amplifi-30

 

What you hear at 17:30 in the first vid is just the lyra-8 feed through it's chain. The granular sounding effect is caused by the dual delay of the lyra-8, triggered by it's hyper lfo. The sound is also pressed against the brickwall by the limiter pedal behind it, which enhances all the weird sound artifacts that the lyra-8 produces.

At ~18:00 i bring in a sample on the octatrack. The contact mic doesn't do anything at that time. :catfallen:

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I was wondering more about the pitched tones that appear throughout the video, like the bassline in the early bits.  It doesn't sound like it's manually sequenced to me, but maybe I'm wrong.

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I'm really enjoying this right now, great structures and textures

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1 hour ago, drillkicker said:

I was wondering more about the pitched tones that appear throughout the video, like the bassline in the early bits.  It doesn't sound like it's manually sequenced to me, but maybe I'm wrong.

A vermona filter lancet is doing that. If the resonance for its filter is set to about 60% it starts to very cleanly self oscillate, so it can be used as filter or as a one oscillator synthesizer, which is what i like about. Actually if you count in the lfo section that can be set to audio rate it could actually be counted as two OSC FM unit. :catsalute:

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Anyways, if people are interested in the sound of the lyra-8 chain that i use. I just did a small demo video for that:

 

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It looks like a much more user-friendly version of the Sidrax Organ

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10 minutes ago, drillkicker said:

It looks like a much more user-friendly version of the Sidrax Organ

I never had the chance to play one. Could be.

The weird thing about the lyra- 8 is that all parts are interconnected. I can see even the sounds bleeding through into the hyper lfo unit. It's bascially one big 8 osc feedback unit, that can do all kinds of weird sounds using fm.

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I think the Sidrax is like that, too.  I haven't played with one but I have a Cocoquantus and that one is interconnected in a similar way.

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12 minutes ago, drillkicker said:

I think the Sidrax is like that, too.  I haven't played with one but I have a Cocoquantus and that one is interconnected in a similar way.

Nice. That's also a neat instrument. I should check these out anyways, i always wanted but never go to the point of buying one. The only banana system i have is the phenol.

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I'm just upping some Bandcamp Releases assembled from the trash pile of the last 20 years:

 

East Germany influenced techno brutalo trash:

Weirder noise, industrial, glitch stuff:

 

More to come soon. HF.

:catfallen:

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Mirrorfist is such a heavy and rewarding beast. Sounds work well together, and it never gets boring. What software/hardware did you use?

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Mirrorfist

As it was done long time ago, i used in parts jeskola buzz and some buffer grain vst weirdo shit and the good old dblue glitch and for other tracks self programmed reactor 5 setup called tribox. The music is in parts extremely sample heavy, some of these loops were done by very early versions of fruity loops and ableton. All of that happened at a time where i had a lot of software.

Experimentalmusik für Tiere und Pflanzen

Mainly cubase, that's why it sounds so different. It's fully composed music.

get online, get psycho

Rebirth, a very early Fruity Loops and magix musik maker

Transformation und Öffnung

Rebirth, Fruity loops, magix musik maker and jeskola buzz

Wired tales

Self programmed reactor setups, some reaper and renoise

Poststructural Polypig

Hardware with the electron octatrack centering my setup. Samples were mainly pre produced with renoise.

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