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Shared System Tutorials | Part 37 | Morphagene PMOD & Envelope Follower

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Morphagene PMOD & Envelope Follower

In this episode, I’ve modified options.txt on the Morphagene SD card to set PMOD to 1. With this setting enabled, Morphagene only plays when the Play CV receives a gate and plays as long as the gate is high. This makes it easier to control what will happen to the built-in Envelope Follower, a circuit that examines the ‘shape’ (volume) of the sound played and creates a corresponding CV. You can have a lot of fun with it! Happy patching!

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Reflections | Using regular sound files with Tasty Chips ECR-1

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Reflections

A convolution reverb uses recordings of a reflected sound (e.g. a gunshot) in a room or space, thus creating super realistic reverbs. However, you can also use any sound file to create spaces that will never exist in real life.

In this video, I’ve been using the new ‘angel hair’ Morphagene reel which was recently posted by MakeNoise to create rooms which were originally sliding windows, toy trucks running from a playground ramp and crushed angel hair spaghetti falling down on a vibraphone. Rings and Strega were used as voices, Desmodus Versio provided some regular reverb when ECR-1 was doing the unreal rooms.

You can download the reel here: https://freesound.org/people/makenoisemusic/

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Morphagene Reels & Splices – Shared System Tutorials Part 34

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Morphagene Reels & Splices

In this episode I am going to create a Morphagene reel with more found sounds from the kitchen and explore the cool world of reels, splices and microsound. It was also a cool opportunity to test my WA-47 ‘vintage microphone’ that desperately needs some real musicians. Hopefully soon!

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Make Noise Easel | 0-coast, 0-ctrl, Strega, XPAN, QPAS, Mimeophon & Morphagene

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Make Noise Easel

I got a lot of requests about how I racked my MakeNoise tabletop gear so I shot some actual ‘making of’ footage as I set up my own take on the MakeNoise ‘Music Easel’. This setup should at least have the 0-coast and 0-ctrl, but the recent Strega is also a worthy addition to create a 3-tier stand. I chose the MakeNoise CV Bus case to be able to add extra modules and create a custom ‘shared system’ for all kinds of sonic adventures.

I’ve picked the three core modules of the Tape & Microsound Music Machine, where Wogglebug and Maths are covered by 0-Coast & Strega, and X-OH is covered by the XPAN and the CV case output. If you want to hear the three tabletops on their own, please look elsewhere because ‘raw and mono’ is just not for me. Finally, racking the tabletops is not supported by Make Noise and may void your warranty. But MN also states the modules are yours so you can use them any way you, please. I always use them racked and never had any issues. They’re well-engineered and the CV Bus case can easily handle the load.

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