Patch Notes #5 - Ornament & Crime Harrington 1200 Mode




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Published on Jul 13, 2016

Patch Notes from our recent exploration of the Neo-Riemannian chord generating Harrington 1200 mode in the Ornament & Crime Eurorack module.

Tempi is the central clock, first routed to the X clock in on René in snake mode, which is playing back an 8 step pattern. QCV output is routed to CV 1 input on Ornament & Crime as the root note source sequence.

O&C is routed to 3 oscillators, Mutable Braids, Malekko Richter Anti-Oscillator and Sputnik Oscillator, each sending a triangle wave shape through the three channel inputs on the Make Noise Optomix, which is acting as a mixer in this case.

The mixed output is sent to the Make Noise MMG Filter in Low Pass mode and then through another homemade VCA, both modulated by the two envelopes on the Intellijel Dual ADSR.

Tempi is also clocking Pressure Points via Brains, which is controlling chord inversion on the O&C.

Tempi is clocking the Varigate 4 as well, which is routed to trigger a Malekko Dual Borg Filter Kick, a snare in the Basimilus and a hihat in the Scooper. The 4th output is randomizing hits and repeated triggers on the Dual ADSR, to give the chords some more complex rhythmic action.

All of these sounds are mixed through the Mix4, and then through Warps Parasite delays. I think that's it!


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Music by Computo


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