Made with a Eurorack modular.
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Self-generating patch #1
Using Dixie II as an LFO routed to Plog, with two of its outputs mixed to make the v/oct cv signal for the Rubicon oscillator, which is used as a master for the Z3K. Chaos Brother takes CV in from the Plog, and modulates the Plog, the pulse width and symmetry of Rubicon, and exponential FM of the Z3K. A few more modules are involved, but this is the basic patch.
Self-generating patch #2
More or less the same patch, but with feedback from Z3K to Rubicon's FM input.
Important question: How can we represent patches concisely? Feedback networks will look messy when shown as graphs.
Possible solution: figure out how one would write an equivalent patch in, say, Csound. If so, the patch cords will carry variable names and the modules will be operators.
A patch in which all modules in the case are used, and all patch cables too. This one is self-generating as well.
Self-generating patch #3
(Message pour les francophones, lamas ou autres : il n'y aura version français de cette page, regrettablement !)
AM radio and modular. It's important to keep up with the news even when recording an improvised session. Recorded on November 19, 2015.
Max Headroom à Paris #2
Max Headroom à Paris #3
Pedals are an often overlooked controller. Here a pair of pedals are used to trigger sounds.
Traffic Jam a.k.a. "techno jam"
Step on the brake!
Recorded at Biermannsgården on 29 october 2015.
This patch was as documented as they ever get.
© Risto Holopainen 2014-2015