The preamp overdrives nice after about 75%, patch the the individual outputs into the individual CV inputs on various voices and things get crazy.joey wrote:i want to hear this thing get really fucking nasty. I'm not hearing anything too crazy from these demos
Overdrive the preamp!(4:00)
Thump thump..Bump bump..(13:28)
Rubber n Wood(1:54)
Roll switch is fun(:34)
Things get fun when you start modulating the tuning CV,
In this case I used a Blacet Binary Zone slaved to the D-1000 clock,
with one out of the BZ feeding a d-1000 voice CV, and the Inv out feeding another d-1000 voice CV:
Thats okay by itself, but a lot cooler with delay:
Modulated voices with delay(:30)
ADD dElay 2.....(2:57)
Delay settings for digirack mod delay II can be downloaded here.
Using the individual outs doesn't cut them from the master output,
so the master output can feed the board/recording interface while the
individual voice outs can feed into eachother through the individual voice gate inputs which will pass audio to the bandpass filters.
Run 3 bandpass filters in series for formant effects.
slow long dark sequence/drone(17:00)
Wretch Machine through D-1000 drone(7:56)
Sounds like things freezing to death, cold icy wind....Wretch Machine and D-1000 wind drone(8:25)
Fun with fast external clock, Blacet Window Comparator triggering 2 voices, Blacet Binary Zone triggering one voice. CGS/metalbox Psycho LFO feeding ramp CV.
Melting, burning, dripping(5:33)
Bouncy balls and marbles hit the floor(1:50)
Aliens dancing, puddles, rain, dripping(3:41)
modulating the voices for More wet drippy sounds(6:13)
3 big voices(4:51)