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Published on May 6, 2018
Don't forget to hit Subscribe! // I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I think the Moog DFAM is one of the most interesting analogue products to come out in years, from any company - you could play a (seriously nuts) show with only a DFAM, some delay, and a few samples - so having just got my very own one yesterday, the first thing I wanted to try was that. This was the result!
In this video I have clocked DFAM to the modular, and what you're hearing is:
1. Predominantly DFAM with added clocked stereo pingpong delay from Intellijel Rainmaker, and reverb from the Make Noise Erbe Verb (DFAM is on the channel marked '808' on the desk) 2. Plus occasional additional percussion from Tiptop Audio's One sampler (x2) plus the Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Alter and the ALM Akemie's Taiko. These are being sequenced by the modular via the Euclidean Circles module by VPME and the Abstract Data Event Boss.
So yes, as you hear...the DFAM is insane. Imagine it through a big system. Steve Dunnington @ Moog found a hell of a patch. I can not recommend it enough.