Posts Tagged ‘mathieufanedel

29
Mar
20

all in // eurorack modular

Modular patch with grooves & soundscapes, a wild but fantastic journey to your soul.
(pls listen with good speakers or headphones!)

The patch was recorded in one piece, only some intro chord pads were added later. No effects used beside usual compression and EQing in Cubase. The reverb you can hear comes from the Doepfer A-199 spring reverb.
Because the patch wasn´t filmed while recorded, I did some shootings afterwards. So the modular patch shown in the video was filmed after the fact, nevertheless it is the same as with the audio recording. To make the video a bit more interesting I tried some kind of action-film cutting by going with the rhythm. Kind of 😉
I hope you enjoy that wild, maybe crazy, journey, – and you are ready for „all in“.
Thanks for watching!

To listen track in best audio quality, pls go to visit:

28
Jul
19

truth – modular patch

Drone modular patch.
Doepfer Quad VCO doing the chord, A111-3 and Diexie II+ in the lower register. Tides is modulating, Stoicheia and Erica Synths ADSR are triggering VCAs & Wasp filter.
Thnx for watching!

21
Jul
19

Euclid´s dream (Stoicheia)

my first (conscious) Rebel Technology STOICHEIA rhythm.

After some well meant introducing words I switch the audio to recorded sound (pls watch y volume there, a warning will show up), and have some fun with doing little variations in the rhythm with new Stoicheia module. It´s a very simple patch, just checking things out, I´m using two different VCOs, each one triggered by it´s own envelope, which themselves are triggered by the two Stoicheia sequences; – running finally through Doepfer WASP filter.
In the end I´m playing around with the filter, and some delay, reverb and Alter Boy automations added.

Hope y have as much fun as I had!

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Rebel Technology (www.rebeltech.org/product/stoicheia) writes:

History
This goes way back. In the third century BCE, the Greek mathematician Euclid described a way to determine the largest common denominator of any two integers. As it turns out, his method is the same as what people have used to divide beats into rhythms. Across the globe, from ancient to modern times; the rhythms that pervade human existence can be generated using the same, simple algorithm.

The cultural and historical range covered by these rhythms is nothing short of breathtaking. From Brazilian Samba and Bossa-Nova, to Bulgarian folk dances, thirteenth century Persian drum patterns, and complex poly-rhythms of West and Central Africa.




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