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Just a quick edit from some video I captured when I first got my beatstep pro. Which is mainly my drum sequencer at the minute.
Beatstep pro is providing triggers for the drums and also using a spare drum trigger out providing the swung clock for the patch.
The HexInverter Electronique Mutant Drums providing the backbone for the jam with the Mutant Bassdrum, Clap, Hats and Mutant Machine all mixed within the Mutant Hot Glue.
Sequenced by the Audio Damage Sequencer 1 with ratchets and accents the sound source is the Sputnik Modular Dual Oscillator. Timbre and waveshaping modulation comes from two of the modulators in the Sequencer 1. Both in LFO mode one set to a 7 step length sine wave and one a 16th note random stepped LFO. The gate out on the Sequencer 1 is triggering the Sputnik Modular Quad Function Generator which also modulates the Dual oscillator and also the Sputnik Modular Quad VCF/VCA (LPG!). This then going into the Make Noise Erbe Verb for some basic reverb FX with plenty of hands on control for jamming with.
This is Mutable Instruments Braids going into Mutable Instruments Streams for basic envelope control over the on board analogue VCF and VCA. The sequence comes from the sample and hold on the SSF Ultra-Random Analog. This is then quantized by the ADDAC 207 Quantizer. Playing with the level of internal noise of the Ultra-Random Analog and the active notes on the quantizer we can get a moving and changing random arpeggio.
Sputnik Modular Dual Four Tap Delay and Crossfader is taking the square wave output of the Dual Oscillator (as opposed to the waveshaped out we hear for the bassline) which is first processed through the low pass gate in the patch. Feedback on the delay is set up with the Mutable Instruments Ripples filter in band pass mode also taking LFO modulation from the sequencer 1. Patching in feedback on the delays gives us another element to modulate with a phaser style swirling sound from the LFO on the filter as well as some reflective delay sounds.