Thats way too kind of you @sweelinck

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With some subtle modulation you can get some wow & flutter out of the Make Noise Mimeophon but without much signal degredation.

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This rack yeah?
ModularGrid Rack
Just paste in the browser link ;-)

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Made some werird noises, thought I'd share them. Starts weird, and ends weird with a dancy bit in the middle ;-)

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My only gripe with modules are the Tact switches (Buttons) that can sometimes be a bit fickle and an area that quite a few manufactureres could look for more solid components.

Overall though, I only have 1 module that I bought second hand that has developed a fault, it still works and has all functions but there is an intermittent fault in either the multi-colour LED or the Tact switch on my Erica Pico DSP.

I've something like 89 modules and have been 'collecting' / 'feeding my habit' since 2019 with very good longevity of modules.

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I'm going to say no. There are 4 independent tuning knobs on that module, though if tuned once it will probably stay tuned between power cycles assuming you let it warm up for a few mins before using.

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Thread: Knobs!

Does anyone know if there is a varient of a MakeNoise / Mutable Instruments style knob that would replace a straight shafted Davies knob?
I have the lovely M1 Mixer from DPW but my clumbsy fingers get in the way of the tightly spaced knobs.

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I think all my effects will normal a mono input but some effects will further Stereo-ize.
Mimeophon has some nice ping-pong style features and it will also put the delay in the opposite channel to the initial signal.
Clouds has a knob for stereo seperation.
ZVERB is only mono-in but Stereo out.
Veno Echo does all sorts of stereo fun from a Mono input.
Pico DSP is mono in and Stereo out, think that depends on the mode you have set.

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Thread: Guitar Solo

I dread to think what would happen if i picked a guitar up, probably a bar of 'Smoke on the Water' !

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Nice, I ended up selling my Castor & Pollux I think I was/am chasing different sounds, quite fancy the ALM Cizzle.

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Cheers @FredFoxtrott

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Thanks @Sweelinck Its probably more acid trance than Techno but thats how techno was back then before Trance got all light and fluffy and more minimalist Detroit techno took over and made music just a touch more boring.
The bit at the end is another patch and uses the Error Instruments Soundscaper through a couple of Delays.

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A tweaked sequence which is pretty similar to the classic https://www.discogs.com/master/114137-Emmanuel-Top-Tone

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Thread: What to add?

The AI is a great little Matrix mixer and an easy DIY build.
Great for using as an effects send or getting more modulation from sources you already have.

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I've never been a fan of the rackbrute - don't like the design - and the power solution is m'eh - rackwart & all -
-- JimHowell1970

My experience of the Rackbrute wasn't good, Power module got so hot that is always smelled like melting plastic, sent it back, manufacturer repaired, lost confidence in the case and sold on. It even made my modules run hotter than my 2x TipTop UZeus power. Now I'm on Konstantlab power for my bigger case and my 2x small cases are on the uZeus and no overheating.

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Not sure there is a such a thing as a proper mains powered 2hp module, though if you can power via USB then there is this from Rakits https://www.rakits.co.uk/product/go/ which might let you lighten the load on the Rackbrute.
-- wishbonebrewery

That would imply that my pc would need to be running as well.
Don't like that idea but thnx for the suggestion.

-- Chrissozz

That would imply that you need a Phone Charger Plug ;-) No computer needed, a computer would / could introduce a load of machine noise into your modular.

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Cheers :)

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STO into Veno then Monsoon Clouds and Mimeophon and Zverb.
Crackle from noise into VC T-Networks.
Sample of Thunder in the Sebsongs Sampler on look via a band pass filter.
Radio Music-flashed prok playing other samples with Sloths deciding when it comes and goes.
Bit of reverb & Feedback control of Clouds with the Transient Modules Joystick.
Marbles is in control, modulations mainly from Ochd & Expander.

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Not sure there is a such a thing as a proper mains powered 2hp module, though if you can power via USB then there is this from Rakits https://www.rakits.co.uk/product/go/ which might let you lighten the load on the Rackbrute.

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Nyx hasn't come for a Synth session for a while, its her on the mug too!

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Cheers Guys.

Here's a spot more madness!

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I'd go as far to say the Veno Echo is amazing. It absolutly loves modulation.
And a combo of Veno and Mimeophon is even better.

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Its quite a lot of fun.

2hp Bell for sound.
Befaco Burst for triggers and probability.
2hp ARP for Arpeggios.
Divkid / Instruo Ochd+ Expander for modulation.
Veno-Echo for delays and messing.
Monsoon Clouds for a bit of Reverb.

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I predict everyone is going to want one of these.
Looks the perfect addition to a percussion rack or ambient with long samples.

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Good stuff.

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Good stuff.

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Thread: CSV file

No worries then, was just giving you an option seeing as there doesn't look to be what you are asking for.

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Thread: CSV file

Click the Data Sheet link below your rack, copy and paste the page into something.

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Some effects?

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assuming that you have no other gear doing sequencing, you have a couple of options:

Use the Edu sequencer as the main Triggers and Pitch sequencing.
Use the Turing Machine to send CV to control theFrequency on one of your Filters.

Or do the opposite ;-)

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Thread: Hover box

un-tick the 'Popover' switch above the rack.

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Yep, thanks @JimHowell1970 this was my fear when there is only a tiny pot to work with.

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Thought as much, thanks

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Good reminder @Sweelinck I often think I'd like more noise and totally forget that Disting does it.

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The Luddites will eventually smash it! ;-)
The machines are taking their jobs! You might even be an Ai !

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Would I be annoyed by a 6hp Rings versus a Full size?
As in, are the tiny trim pots annoying to set and I'd be better off with the full size Rings?
Of course, 6hp is appealing for not taking up s much rack space!

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Proper dreamy one that.

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Can you log in on different browsers at the same time? Though I guess that will stop you copy/pasting.

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just make one from the list of 'Popular Modules' on the main page. Not that it would make for a good rack, might look fancy :)

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Thread: Shapes

Good stuff, had a listen the other night.

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With a bit of tinkering you can great an entire patch that runs from a noise source, if thats your thing.

I regularly put noise into a VCA and turn down the amplitude, feed that into the ADDAC T-Networks and you get a lovely grungy crackle, feed that Crackle into an Envelope Follower and you can get a Clock/Gate out of it along with an envelope slope.
Meaning you can adjust the VCA, the Envelope follower or the T-Networks and get subtle changes to the triggers you are getting.
Sloths is a great module As @geusensdriesmusic says, I'm currently using it to modulate Divkid Ochd.
Marbles might be a good starting point for a bunch of Triggers, Gates, V/oct and modulation (Just remember to modulate your Modulators).
2hp RND has planty of options for such a small module
Befaco Burst is good for triggers guided by probability
Noise Engineering Clep Diaz is a nice little LFO, Stepped and Stepped Random module that will keep in sync with your clocks.

Have you tried doing a Krell Patch?

Error Instruments make the Indian Reasonator, which you could think of a as a One-trick-Pony but I find it quite flexible for some background sound scapes. Filter it, combine it with Sine waves and wavefold it.

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Thanks a lot guys :)
There is quite a bit of stereo filter reasonance in there too which is lots of fun.

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Kinda weird, start listening about 1 minute in as it was recorded live. The Dual CS20 VCF from Cubusynth works a treat here with plenty of modulation thrown at it, modulation mostly comes from NLC Sloths driving the Divkid/Instruo Ochd, into some effects via Mimeophon & some granular action from Clouds.

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Thanks, I'll check them out later.

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Anyone got a sound example or vid of this module?

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Nice work.

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Unless you already have the Rackbrute, my experience with that case wasn't good and I ended up returning it even after they said they had fixed it. It got really really hot for me which wasn't happening with my TipTop uZeus power supply so the only thing I could think was it was the rackbrute power at fault. So hot it smelled like melting plastic all the time stinking the room out.

Now I run 2x TipTop uZeus for my small cases and some nice Konstantlab power for my main case.

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They are a great module, great with the probability for introducing random triggers, something nice is to shoot the triggers to something like Rings or the 2hp Pluck or Bell via the 2hp Arp and Tune, Makes for some pretty results.

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Too kind @the-erc for classic Hardfloor it needs Toms.

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Cheers @Sweelinck :)

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