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Patch Notes #28 - Ornament & Crime w/ Deviant

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Published on Jan 16, 2017

This time, I'm experimenting with a condensed Modular On The Spot rig, with the Ornament & Crime running the 1.2 beta firmware which includes Sequin, a dual 4 stage 16 step sequencer app.

Make Noise Tempi is the central clock. It's clocking the O&C in Sequin mode. One of the sequencer voices is routed to the Make Noise DPO 1v/oct in, final output to the MMG, then out to the Optomix. The Optomix out is routed to Mutable Instruments Clouds and then out for some reverb and granular shredding. Make Noise Maths is routed to open and close the Optomix when triggered by the gate channel from the O&C.

Maths is also controlling the Mutable Instruments Braids voice, which is creating the glitchy noises, passed through Ripples for filter/VCA shaping. The pitch is controlled via a channel on Pressure Points/Analog Memory, clocked through Brains from Tempi. Braids is in Meta Mode, receiving random modulation from the Moffenzeef Deviant, the other channel of which is also modulating the Mod Bus on the DPO. The Malekko Varigate 4 is clocking the Braids voice as well as two other sounds.

The Varigate is also gate sequencing the two percussion modules, the Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas and the Music Thing Radio Music. The Radio Music is playing a simple kick drum pattern, while the Basimilus is creating some crunchy, grimy percussion. The pitch is controlled via another channel on Pressure Points, while fold amount is modulated by hand via the Make Noise Rene.

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