This is Fredde. Ikea furniture is always to be called by it’s first name. 😉
Things were getting out of hand. Continue reading
Visually and musically interesting.
Sometimes an instrument comes along that changes the way you perceive and perform music. For me, that is the LinnStrument. Continue reading
Have I been writing about the usefulness of Roland’s SBX-1 sync box? Continue reading
Multiples I have no use for in my small modular system any longer.
Multiples seem like such a good idea when you’re building a small modular synthesizer that has, well, multiple sound sources. They’re not. Here’s why:
A morning of bare-footed bohemie trying to get the gremlins out of the modular synthesizer.
A few more thoughts about synthesizers. I’m experiencing two ways to handle them.
Not that olde, but old-school in these times of, on the one hand, synthesizer plugins for your DAW and on the other a resurgence of modular synthesizer in the Eurorack format.
Again, a new one. But this time, more serious, intended for playing instead of tone-fiddling with modules. Continue reading
So, this is mixing things up badly. Continue reading
Here’s the link to that wonderful, virtual drum machine. Long may it remain on the nets. And a happy, peaceful christmas to you!
Rhythm from a Pittsburg Modular Game System, Doepfer A-166 Dual Logic Module und MFB Drum-05 module.
Randomized 4-note sequence from a Waldorf nw1 wavetable oscillator, through a WASP-Filter.
Same randomized 4-note sequence from a Quadrature trough zero VCO.
Aleatorics, i.e. random music. Three voices:
Add envelope generators and some unexpected connecting wires, let run!
Featuring a Pittsburgh Modular Game System as a source of uncertainty, a Doepfer A-156 Quantizer for the voice on the Waldorf nw1 wavetable module and blips from a Doepfer 110-4 through-zero VCO.