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Alex, these are great. I tend to get distracted on the weird sound side or trying to solve a design problem so I have a ton of respect for composers and musicians who have that clarity and focus to complete things.
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bphenix wrote: Wed Dec 23, 2020 4:40 pm Alex, these are great. I tend to get distracted on the weird sound side or trying to solve a design problem so I have a ton of respect for composers and musicians who have that clarity and focus to complete things.
Thank you Ben for the kind words!
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here's one I did in Kyma. Mostly sound bursts and an algorithm

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Welcome @ Jiitermachines.

Thank you for these tasty examples!
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@Sleestck808

Did I hear a Resonator or the Modal Filter Plate Reverberation?

Another use for the Modal Filter is creating an XMAS Bell!
Just 1 with some reverberation:



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Modal Filter Plate
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Here is a kym file patch loosely based on the diagram found in Allen Strange's book covering the the basics of the Buchla 266. Within this patch you'll find a basic implementation of the Quantized Random Voltage sections.

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Thanks @ Ben, Happy holidays!
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Additive way to create bell-timbres by using only eight sinewave oscillators on different frequencies, amplitudes and amp modulations:

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Roland Kuit wrote: Sun Dec 27, 2020 6:25 am Additive way to create bell-timbres by using only eight sinewave oscillators on different frequencies, amplitudes and amp modulations:

Gorgeous! :yay:
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bphenix wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 7:28 pm Here is a kym file patch loosely based on the diagram found in Allen Strange's book covering the the basics of the Buchla 266. Within this patch you'll find a basic implementation of the Quantized Random Voltage sections.

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strange block.png


Kyma patch download
blipboxmas.kym.zip
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For the creation of the famous "Jaap Vink Reverb" the Gain Wrapper module is the secret weapon:

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Creating metallic sounds with Impulse - FilterBank - Sinewave Osc - Ring modulator combination:

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Modal Filter (Kyma lib.) Patterns by sequencer:

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T65 was the standard analogue telephone set for the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) in the Netherlands, introduced in 1965 by the Dutch PTT (now: KPN), as the successor to the old black bakelite telephones, such as the 1951 Ericsson and 1955 Heemaf:

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Today I feel Fed Up with Corona:

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Creating a Resonator Bank with ring modulation.
Input: orchestral scales noise

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Slipstick as spectrum scratcher:

DADA: one



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Roland Kuit wrote: Sat Jan 16, 2021 12:03 pm Today I feel Fed Up with Corona:

Great industrial rhythmscape. And totally agree on feelings. :zombie:
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rec.Koner wrote: Thu Jan 21, 2021 10:46 am Great industrial rhythmscape. And totally agree on feelings. :zombie:
Still in lockdown mode but not without inspiration.
Take care and stay healthy!
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Expressing this chaotic times in a DADA manner.
A lockdown feels so static I had to create an elastic time experience:

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Time Jitter example in the spectral world:

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Jitter on Amp only in the spectral domain:

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Reminds me of CsSpectral/CsGrain from Boulanger.
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