Various Modular Doodles

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Zonkout
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Various Modular Doodles

Post by Zonkout » Thu Oct 04, 2007 3:26 am

Finally got around to taking my modular sketches and ideas off of cassette tape.

This first one is recorded live--no overdubs. One track is played via the keyboard, the rest is automated. Kinda Residents sounding...
http://www.twango.com/media/Zonkout.pub ... kout.10012

This next one is just a patch playing itself. No overdubs. One of the 4 channels coming from the synth is running through a Digitech Multiplay.
http://www.twango.com/media/Zonkout.pub ... kout.10014

This next has the CR-78 Compurhythm playing the patch; it is basically providing the master clock for sequences and events. The CR-78 is running through a DOD Performer Phaser and there is various amounts of MultiPlay delay on the synth parts.
http://www.twango.com/media/Zonkout.pub ... kout.10013

The last one is all Korg MS-20. There are two tracks. One is a self running MS-20 patch with Moogerfooger Delay and Ring Mod. The other track has the MS-20 clocking the SQ-10 sequencer and the Boss RSD sampler. The sampler is making the drum beat, sampled from the MS-20, and it is running through the trusty Digitech Multiplay. The sequenced MS-20 is going through the moogerfooger delay which is getting a feedback boost once per sequence measure (from and MS-20 envelope trigger by the SQ-10).
http://www.twango.com/media/Zonkout.pub ... kout.10015

These are just some ideas and goofing around at home.

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Post by mono-poly » Sat Oct 06, 2007 8:08 pm

Thanks for sharing.
The last 2 were the best ones imho 14 and 15.

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Post by mono-poly » Sat Oct 06, 2007 8:11 pm

Thanks for sharing.
The last 2 were the best ones imho 14 and 15.

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Really interested in your stuff

Post by Joe ECG » Fri Oct 12, 2007 5:48 pm

Hello, really nice material, really enjoyed it.
I'm starting a digital label (I have a post in this forum) and am really interested in the more coherent end of it. Do you have any experiments that have developed into complete tracks at all?

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