i am slowly building my rack .my goal is to use it for Ambient/Dark Ambient.

right now i slowly have started experimenting with the modules i have so far

the Synthesis Technology E352
Maths
and the Korg sq-1

was wondering if anyone could give me some starter tips with connecting these 3,to get me on the right track.

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One simple idea: SQ-1 slowly into 352 pitch, have the Maths controlling two of CV X, Y, or Z, in cycle mode on both sides, but with each function out stacked into an attenuverter/offset that then feeds back into the other, so that they can slowly respond to and control each other.


One simple idea: SQ-1 slowly into 352 pitch, have the Maths controlling two of CV X, Y, or Z, in cycle mode on both sides, but with each function out stacked into an attenuverter/offset that then feeds back into the other, so that they can slowly respond to and control each other.
-- troux

Thanks mate:)the pitch on the E352 is called tv/oct right??
also what do you mean by this.

but with each function out stacked into an attenuverter/offset that then feeds back into the other, so that they can slowly respond to and control each other.

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"Thanks mate:)the pitch on the E352 is called tv/oct right??" think so yes.

I can see it's a little unclear, so the idea I'm suggesting with the Maths, is that you use something like TipTop stackcables (seen here http://tiptopaudio.com/stackcable/) and patch the right side function output into, let's say, the E352 CV X, but also into the left side rise or fall or both (it's in between) of the Maths function generator. This means that as the right side function proceeds it will change the behavior of the left side. If you then feed the left function out into let's say E352 CV Y, but also into the right side rise or fall or both, the two functions will be controlling each others behavior in a weird feedback loop, while also controlling different aspects of your oscillator. Attenuverters and offset will let you adjust the range of that feedback and how wild or unpredictable it might get.


awesome Mate,Thanks

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Here's an example of how you could patch it up, just for extra explicitness. (I've got an e352 and a Maths in my rack as well. don't mind all the other crap.)
https://www.modulargrid.net/e/patches/view/66055

Adding delay and reverb in post will liven it up a lot. (incidentally, it's not "TV", it's "1V/OCT", cuz a difference of 1 volt CV creates a pitch of one octave.)

Another idea would be to play around putting the e352 into the inputs of the maths to allow it to work as a pseudo lowpass filter.


Here's an example of how you could patch it up, just for extra explicitness. (I've got an e352 and a Maths in my rack as well. don't mind all the other crap.)
https://www.modulargrid.net/e/patches/view/66055

Adding delay and reverb in post will liven it up a lot. (incidentally, it's not "TV", it's "1V/OCT", cuz a difference of 1 volt CV creates a pitch of one octave.)

Another idea would be to play around putting the e352 into the inputs of the maths to allow it to work as a pseudo lowpass filter.
-- flies

awesome thanks mate,have the batumi+poti modules arriving tommorow:)

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I highly recommend adding delay and reverb it really builds the ambience for a patch. I use the outboard FX for these with modular and that adds an extra dimension. Here is an example

The patch is basic but delay reverb brings it to life. I add compression as well and have fun.