Mini Modular Series Part 5 Creating an FX sound

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Carly(Poohbear)
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Post 09 May 2020

Creating a FX sound effect using modular devices.





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Post 18 May 2020

Carly(Poohbear) wrote:
09 May 2020
Creating a FX sound effect using modular devices.
Great series I look forward to delving in to!

If we're lucky some of the videos might even have a dog balancing a toilet paper roll on his head! :lol:

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O1B
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Post 18 May 2020

WOW! Nice use of Tools!

Mod Panel, Little LFO, Distribitorl, CVA-7... etc. right up my alley!
And the Sound around 9:00 is Proper.

Maybe a few sounds before 7:00 goes by.
I'll be watching!

What's that synth at the Top Right near the end? Poly Summin? I gotta get caught up!

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Post 18 May 2020

Jagwah wrote:
18 May 2020
Carly(Poohbear) wrote:
09 May 2020
Creating a FX sound effect using modular devices.
Great series I look forward to delving in to!

If we're lucky some of the videos might even have a dog balancing a toilet paper roll on his head! :lol:
Now there is a thought :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Jagwah
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Post 19 May 2020

Carly(Poohbear) wrote:
18 May 2020
Jagwah wrote:
18 May 2020


Great series I look forward to delving in to!

If we're lucky some of the videos might even have a dog balancing a toilet paper roll on his head! :lol:
Now there is a thought :lol: :lol: :lol:
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:lol: :lol: :mrgreen: :lol: :lol:

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Carly(Poohbear)
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Post 19 May 2020

O1B wrote:
18 May 2020
WOW! Nice use of Tools!

Mod Panel, Little LFO, Distribitorl, CVA-7... etc. right up my alley!
And the Sound around 9:00 is Proper.

Maybe a few sounds before 7:00 goes by.
I'll be watching!

What's that synth at the Top Right near the end? Poly Summin? I gotta get caught up!
I deliberately did not play the sound that much in the beginning to give the surprise at the end, maybe I should have added in the description "wait for the end bit for a nice surprise" but then it would not have been such a surprise or even a let down for some... :)


That is my modular polyphonic 8 voice synth, hope to get a video out about building that by the weekend. It's a big one as in a lot of wiring as I add a lot of flexibility into it, so with a few twists of some knobs you can get a lot of different sounds quickly. Basically it most of the stuff I have gone over in the series so far...

Thanks for your comments :)

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Stygian Abyss
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Post 21 May 2020

The tutorials and the surprise are very nice, it was quite unexpected even with the little clue in your browser. :)
Thank you.

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