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George P. Macklin
Sloppy Beats and a Big Bass
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Modular Demo - Noise Engineering @ Perfect Circuit Audio
This Saturday, April 16th from 3PM to 5PM, Noise Engineering will be doing a Q&A as well as product demo at Perfect Circuit in Burbank, CA. Like previous events, it should be a fun and information packed session so come out to see what's going on. If you wo...

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Modular Manufacturing - Mutable Instruments
Watch as modules come to life in this Mutable Instruments "A Day at the Factory" video.

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Bana Haffar And Rodent 516 Interview


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Modular Patch - Random Addressed Fixed Voltage Sequencer
With this patch, I intend to demonstrate how to setup a randomly addressed sequencer that references fixed voltages. This method allows for specific note selection so it is easy to tune in desired values while retaining a random progression in the sequence....

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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's Modular Orchestra


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A-152 Quantized Randub Voltages
An exploration into randomly addressed switching and wavetables.

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Modular Grooves: A - 101 - 6 Trash Panda Trap
Wiggling through some sloppy beats on the modular.

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Module - Naked SMX4 Stereo Mix
Looks like I have a few nights of soldering ahead of me this week.

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Modular Patch - Four Stage Sequential Switch Sequencer
Set the A-129-3 Vocoder Slew-Limiter channel 1 offset control to 10 and then patch CV out 1 into input 1 on the Seq Switch. Patch a clock signal into the Seq Switch clock input and set the number of steps to 4. The result looks like this. Set the A-129-3 ch...

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Modular Patch - Mixed Clock Divider Sequencer
Patch a clock source into the A-160 Clock Divider. Take the /2 output from the A-160 and patch this into input 2 of the A-138c Polarizing Mixer. Adjust the level of input 2 to +1. The result looks like this. Take the /8 output of the A-160 and patch this in...
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