Still alive

Gate-Seq-64 and Voxglitch Sequencer along with Phrase-Seq-32 are three powerfull tools in combining rythms and tunes.

Check Volts/Octave sheets in order to tune Voxglitch Sequencer to desired notes. Phrase-Seq-32 allows you to choose from a keyboard.

Gate-Seq-64 allows you to put a lot of variation due to songmode and advanced gate modes. If you’re not sure how those work, check Omri Cohen’s videos out (advanced gate modes and creative sequencing).

Pico drums can be modulated which is really great, pay attention though on which drum you are using.

If you want to do chords of course there are several chords modules but I went for putting beface even VCO and audible Braids in Pluck mode. Filters and Reverbs do their thing – I picked the AS and the Southpole (Camilla mode) ones because they add some very different spice to the tunes.

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2 comments on “Still alive
  • sm606 on said:

    This sound great.
    Didn’ quite get “Check Volts/Octave sheets in order to tune Voxglitch Sequencer to desired notes. Phrase-Seq-32 allows you to choose from a keyboard.”
    Thanks

  • logorrhoia on said:

    On Phrase-Seq Sequencers you can choose the desired pitches and octaves by just klicking the keyboard and the knobs for octaves on the left.

    Voxglitch is different. First you choose your Volt-Range. 0 Volt is the lowest C you can pick, 4/9V (depending on tyhe range you chose by right clicking the module) is the highest C. The other Semitones are 12ths added to your Octave. If you want to have a D add 0,167 (or closest rounded number) to the Octave you desire. Sadly you cannot type in numbers to the bars yet, so you’re forced to manually adjust each note. There are several sheets on the Internet converting V/Octave to notes. Hope that helped. A quantizer is an easier solution though.

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