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Published on Jul 25, 2016
A quickly conceived and executed demonstration of the CopierMaschine app in the Ornament & Crime (O&C) eurorack module. The righthand O&C module is running the Quadraturia LFO app, with each output channel running at a different frequency division, with phase and waveform shifting. The waveform is slowly modulated by an NLC Sloth module (out of shot to the right). Channels A to C from Quadraturia are mixed by the MI Shades module in the middle of the upper row, and the summed and attenuated voltage is sent to the ASR sampling input (CV1) for the CopierMaschine app running on the left O&C. The Peaks in the middle outputs a master clock, which triggers the sampling in the CopierMaschine app and also drives two Grids at the lower left. The right Grids, the X, Y and one fill parameter of which are also modulated by the NLC Sloth and a Tides module, drives the three "random walk" percussion voices provided by the two Peaks, running Dead Man's Catch firmware. The left Grids triggers envelopes on the three Braids at the upper left. Each of these Braids has its 1V/octave input controlled by channels A to C of the CopierMaschine app. The rightmost Braids has an internal LFO (courtesy of Bees-in-the-Trees alternative firmware) running to slowly modulate timbre. The middle Braids has its output low-pass filtered by a Ripples, which has its cut-off frequency slowly modulated by a Tides at the extreme right of the shot; the output of the other two Braids are unfiltered. The CopierMaschine starts off in a Blues Minor scale, which is then changed after a while to a Pentatonic Minor scale, and then later to an Indian raga scale (Shree). You can quite distinctly hear the tuning change from Western 12-tone equal temperament to the non-Western Indian tuning when the scale is changed on the O&C. Recorded live, in one take, straight into Apple Logic Pro X via a Behringer FCA1616 audio interface. Reverb added in Logic Pro X.