I thought about starting a soundcloud for odd bits of audio but it seemed daft to move anything from building up this channel as it continues to grow so hence the new series “Sound Diary”. This will be odd bits of audio from studio sessions, testing new modules (I won’t be spilling the beans on what new modules are but you’ll get hear some things and speculate!), new composition and production projects and whatever else really.
To kick the new series off here’s the first video which was a patch that came up from the prototype ADE-32 Octocontroller from Abstract Data. To be blunt … IT’S WICKED! First off pulses, gates, rhythmic loops, random CV, clocked LFOs, divisions and multiplication of clocks and all it’s feature can be taken off the grid and un-synced as well should you wish. You really can control a whole system with it (watch out for a video doing just that in the near future).
Big thanks to Justin from Abstract Data for letting sending me the prototype to play around with, test and get familiar with before the full overview video in my usual comes around the time of release.
The sound source here is a new module prototype and it’s going through the Synthrotek DLY. The ADE-32 is clocking a sequencer, sending modulation to the new prototype and the DLY as well as firing out random clocked gates.