Not a full overview in my usual style but just a quick video to show some of the first patches I’ve been having fun with controlling the modular with the HackMe Vectr. Patch note below –
Neutron Sound – Orgone Accumulator (overview coming soon) oscillator output (no modulation on the oscillator) into Make Noise Echophon with the X position on the Vectr modulating echo pitch, Y position modulating echo time and Z position modulating the mix amount. The Echophon output is into a Doepfer A-199 spring reverb with the original spring tank and a mix below 9 o’clock.
Only other movement except my hand over the Vectr is turning on and off the freeze on the echophon.
The sound source here is Mutable Instruments – Braids with the output through the Make Noise Echophon for some basic echo. The X and Y from the Vectr go into the Braids Timbre and Colour modulation. Additional control was from a Make Noise – Pressure Points & Brains combo with attenuated voltages going into an ADDAC 207 Quantizer then finally a Manhattan Analog – CVP for pitch and glide into Braids. I flick through the VFOF, Detuned Saws, Fold and Sync modes on Braids.
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