Befaco EvenVCA as the main sound source, ignore the messy bit with the fast Chainsaw bit.
Throwing lots of modulation at a couple of filters, one heads out to Erica Pico DSP and the other to Mimeophon.
The 2hp Turing Machine is driving the pitches, always good for Acid lines.


Hi Wishbonebrewery,

Nice jam that you packed full with variations in sound, wow! Looks like you got some good experience with the EvenVCO, I still need to get to know this module better to get the best out of it. You don't seem to have any issues with that :-)

Some nice echo effects (Mimeophon?) you got there just starting before 09:00, great!

Great jam and demo, thanks a lot for sharing this with us and kind regards, Garfield.

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I mixed the Saw, Square and Even outputs in Veils before going to the Happy Nerding HNVCF and its 18dB, modulation coming from the Envelope and a clocked LFO from the Noise Engineering Clep Diaz and I've now re-patched this to go through Monsoon Clouds instead of Mimeophon.

Thanks


And another... this time with some Contact Mic recordings from in the Brewery which are messed with in Clouds.


Hi Wishbonebrewery,

Thanks a lot on the additional information you provide. I am going to experiment with those thoughts versus my Befaco - EvenVCO, good ideas!

Wow! The beginning of your new added jam here, wow, what a fantastic beginning and that sound, man, that sounds great, to die for!

Do I understand you correctly that your brewery provides the inputs of some sounds via the Contact Mic module into this jam? Sounds fantastic! That sound that you let kick in that sounds like a kind of wind or storm a bit after 08:00, yet another great goosebumps-moment ;-)

Beautiful jam this one, I wouldn't mind if you go more into the direction of this kind of experiments and kind regards, Garfield.

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Thanks Garfield :)

Yeah, I put the Contact Mic on Pipes and Brewing vessels in the brewery and recorded the sounds while Pumps were running while brewing and cleaning.

Here's another bit but the Delay is used on the Resonester mode in Clouds, which makes some lovely piano-like keys with careful settings.


Hi Wishbonebrewery,

It's a great idea to use your brewery as an input "instrument" for your modular synth, great creative way of making music :-) I like that! Kind regards, Garfield.

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