Nice. Do you have reason file of this (with all the live tweaks like in the video)? I'm hearing a melody in my head over this progression I'd like to try out.
Only if you want to share it of course.
I didnt record the automation but I do still have the midi and a new suggested theme...
Thanks. I'll play around with it and see where it takes me.modecca wrote: ↑01 Mar 2022I didnt record the automation but I do still have the midi and a new suggested theme...
Thanks. I've had both Jiggery Pokerys JPS Harmonic Synth and Champagne SuperNova Synth for quite some time, but I haven't used them nearly enough. Figured it was time to revisit them with this track. They both have some nice sonic qualities for sure. The only downside to the JPS Harmonic Synth is that it can be pretty damn heavy on the DSP meter.modecca wrote: ↑03 Mar 2022
I see you found Mrs. Gillet’s hidden choir oscillator.
She told me in 2018, when I asked her about the rumored hidden “C” features (chorale fonctionnalités), that she was told by the local modular community in no uncertain terms, “that a chorale engine would be viewed as too ‘heureux’ and grounds for a boycottage.”
Seriously I am glad you were able to turn my humble little motif, into something so joyous, during some incredibly hard times.
Well I would hate to upset or disappoint Bradley of course. But I wouldn't dare to make him any promises I can't keep. We'll just have to wait and see if I participate in this "Challenge of a lifetime".
I think what draws tritone to music creation is composition and I am driven more by real time timbral manipulation.moofi wrote: ↑29 May 2022Not to diss Tritone´s track, I simply very much prefer your original. It´s the quirky magicness making it unique beyond the progression. So much to discover. It´s where the modular character shines through.
Yeah I would say that's pretty accurate. Definitely look more at how each sound contributes in the context of things, rather than trying to make each sound super interesting. I guess that reflects in the way I make patches too. And that's probably why I typically don't like to use the too big sounding and overly complicated patches myself.
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