Multitrack demos so often obscure the raw sound source - so here are the raw unprocessed samples broken out - no EQ, compression or effects of any kind, followed by a fully (home) produced multitrack composition. All parts are from the Makenoise Telharmonic except the last clicky kik part, a sine from the Cyclebox. Sequences played from Rene sequencer. Also posting a full version of the piece here



Nice stuff!


how do u control the telharmonic? I am super stupid and new to modular .. so far I hate the module :( --- thanks for reply


how do u control the telharmonic? I am super stupid and new to modular .. so far I hate the module :( --- thanks for reply
-- TrabanT

I would suggest reading the manual to get started:

http://www.makenoisemusic.com/content/manuals/telharmonicManual.pdf

You could also look at some of our videos on our youtube channel:

Nothing good comes easy... modular synthesis is no different then learning any other instrument. Takes time.

T


okay. thanks .. I am on the manual ... too weird tho ... ur vid only shows static ;(


Nice! Really like the part around 2:00.


Some of my experiments with Telharmonic as main voice.
The patch was inspired by atonal music theory and classical vocalise examples by Rachmaninoff, Fauré and Medtner.
Vocal is recorded on a tape and processed by Clouds.
More explanations below the video on YouTube.