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Published on Jun 30, 2016
Our first patch example using an expanded version of the routing used in our previous tutorial exploring Euclidean Rhythms and envelopes in the Ornament & Crime eurorack module.
All 4 Euclidean Rhythm generators in Ornament & Crime are clocked by the Make Noise Tempi, which is also clocking the Wogglebug and the René X and Y clock inputs (at different rates). René is in snake mode, modulating the X CV in with the Wogglebug S&H output, Y CV by the slowly cycling Malekko ADLFO. Four channels from MN Pressure Points/Analog Memory routed to the Ornament & Crime channels modulating Euclidean Fill values on each respective channel.
The 4 channels of Euclidean Rhythms are routed to: Mutable Instruments Braids in Meta mode modulated by René; the Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas in a skin/bass mode playing a short, noisy snare; the Roland Scooper which has a noise-based hihat sound whose length is being modulated by another slow ADLFO cycle; the Malekko Envelator which is triggering/modulating a resonant filter Kick in the Malekko Dual Borg. All mixed through a Malekko Mix 4 and then patched through Mutable Warps running Parasites in ping-pong delay mode.
Rhythm control is almost entirely controlled by the 4 channels of Pressure Points, changing the number of filled steps in the generated rhythms from off up to 32 steps.
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