[Make Noise vs Noise Engineering] Eurorack Dark Iteritas Jam

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Patch notes:
- Drums: DPO osc1 (kick), Telharmonic N out (snare), Pico Drum (hit-hats)
- Sequencer: rené, variable tempo speed triggered by tempi driven by wooglebug
- Main Voice: Loquelic Iteritas modualted by Pressure Points through QPAS
- Second Voice: DPO final out through Echophon
- FX: morphagene custom reel through Antumbra SMOG
- reverb: Erb-verb
- additional modulations: Maths, Zone BF, Function, Wooglebug, micro o_C
- additional gate sequencer: arturia beatstep pro

Electronic music/video producer and composer.
Dark Ambient Cinematic atmospheres from Sardinia.

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-- farkas

thanks so much. now it's ok

Electronic music/video producer and composer.
Dark Ambient Cinematic atmospheres from Sardinia.

Hi Mebitek,

Nice usage of percussions! Also quite amazing kind of guitar sound you got there, how did you made that one, is that done with the Loquelic Iteritas module?

I like your explaination above here how you made the voices and what modules you used, nice information :-)

I look forward in hearing more from you and kind regards, Garfield.


Hi Mebitek,

Nice usage of percussions! Also quite amazing kind of guitar sound you got there, how did you made that one, is that done with the Loquelic Iteritas module?

I like your explaination above here how you made the voices and what modules you used, nice information :-)

I look forward in hearing more from you and kind regards, Garfield.
-- GarfieldModular

I think that the guitar sound you speak about is the DPO final ouput voice. The Loquelic iteritas is creating the main voice (this kind of main melody) and when I switch the algorithm it creates some nice variation. thanks for your feedback

Electronic music/video producer and composer.
Dark Ambient Cinematic atmospheres from Sardinia.