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Space Time Warped

An experimental Track using a Voltage Modular generative Patch. which does make it a little unpredictable each time it is captured.

Hope you enjoy thanks for listening. 

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8 minutes ago, Wookiee said:

Space Time Warped

An experimental Track using a Voltage Modular and a generative Patch. which does make it a little unpredictable each time it is captured.

Hope you enjoy thanks for listening. 

cool - it does have a scientific feel about it.

Clever, it was different the second time I listened - modern technology = marvellous

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I like the timbre of the higher notes they're meditative Then time slips away ( steve miller)  It has a good tempo.  I enjoyed this alot, wookie.

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Wookie,
Cool sounds. So the patch changes with every MIDI note or every time it's loaded into the project? I bought Voltage Modular during a sale but have never used it. Will definitely take a look at it.

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17 hours ago, daryl1968 said:

Clever, it was different the second time I listened - modern technology = marvellous

And I am not telling how I did it either.

Thanks for the ears @daryl1968

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Hi Wookie,

Very space age + wouldn't be out of place in an episode of Dr Who.

It has a relentless energy which drops for a while then returns.

Thanks for sharing.

Good Job!

regards

paul

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Thanks @David Sprouse it is a weird thing to listen too as sometimes the self generating patch on the VM just produces rubbish, it is  a case of cross the fur paws and hope the bounce works.  Thanks for your time, ears and kind words.

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I heard this the other day on BL.  Interesting; has both an organic  & synthetic vibe . Enjoyed it.

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On 7/9/2020 at 6:04 PM, bjornpdx said:

patch changes with every MIDI note

There is a module called "Random Task" it has a Gate input which can either be trigger by a Clock/Gate or in this case the Gate from a key press.

This generates a Voltage which has probability, shuffle and Steps/Range controls and also voltage value from 0 to 5v's The output CV goes into a quantizer to keep it in tune. From there it just gets a little mad as it feeds an oscillator which controls a vectoring module, which is modulated by three other oscillators.  which in them selves are modulated by a few LFO's.  Do you get the picture?

Thanks for the ears @bjornpdx.  When you do look in to Modular synthesis be prepared to disappear down a rabbit hole and get lost along the way.

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On 7/10/2020 at 5:46 AM, Wookiee said:

a case of cross the fur paws and hope the bounce works

Law of Unintended Consequences...

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@thegaltieribrothers Thank you, that s the basic idea, as time is warped by space and space is warped by time, changes happen, thanks for the ears, time and comments they are appreciated.  

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Hey Wookiee.  I dunno - for a fossil rocker/Blues guy/rockabilly cat the technology and patches are a mystery.  I have been in conflict with basic MIDI (in trying to use it for instruments) for quite a while now.  However, I enjoyed it and I think you captured what you were trying to accomplish.  Nice one!

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@Douglas Kirby Thank you for listening and leaving a comment, futuristic I suppose I have very little idea where any of it comes from it just sort ends up coming out of the end of the furry paws.

 

On 7/10/2020 at 5:03 PM, Hidden Symmetry said:

I heard this the other day on BL.

And I thank you for your comment there.

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On 7/11/2020 at 4:13 PM, DeeringAmps said:

Law of Unintended Consequences...

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Perzacerly :D 

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Very cool track, I just kept wishing it was wider, but that's just me, I like elements coming in and out from the extremes.  However maybe you had no control over this,  seeing how you serendipitously created the soundscape. Other than that I thought it was really cool!

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@freddy j Thank you I have been playing with Synths since the late 60's and early 70's so i get the idea sometimes I still get surprised by them 😊


and @Lynn thank you too, OK not sure what it is but you are welcome to some.

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On 7/11/2020 at 4:45 AM, Wookiee said:

There is a module called "Random Task" it has a Gate input which can either be trigger by a Clock/Gate or in this case the Gate from a key press.

This generates a Voltage which has probability, shuffle and Steps/Range controls and also voltage value from 0 to 5v's The output CV goes into a quantizer to keep it in tune. From there it just gets a little mad as it feeds an oscillator which controls a vectoring module, which is modulated by three other oscillators.  which in them selves are modulated by a few LFO's.  Do you get the picture?

. . . When you do look in to Modular synthesis be prepared to disappear down a rabbit hole and get lost along the way.

Thanks for sharing the tune and for the details on your technical and compositional strategies.  I am very new to using Voltage Modular, but I find it to be extremely intuitive (probably based on my experiences from long ago). I will have to see if I have this module.

As for the "rabbit hole," I know what you mean!! In fact this week I have been reliving memories from the day the synth rep gave a demo at my  undergraduate college and two of us stayed to explore and were surprised when the janitor came in to clean the synth room the next morning. We had no idea it was that late--errr, early. 

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