I’m going to guess that those are plugins that implement “lights out” that way. A lot of ppl make their 2.0 modules glow like that when you turn down the room brightness.
Post. Audio amplitude drives the opacity of a blurred layer which is only the lights…
I love Aaron Static’s ChordCV. You use it to great affect. I like the 7th chords as they give that continual dissonance and tension that is unresolved.
Man, awesome track. It almost has like a Boards of Canada kind of vibe. I love it.
A first, timid approach to Dark Energy
A second one. Featuring more of the ~experimental~ removal of triggers from a rhythm’s grid.
The beta dev log
Technically, it hasn’t even been announced yet. We’re getting close!
Looking forward to it! Really opens up new ways to do things. New things.
(I had just come across Jakub Ciupinski’s video and given it a whirl and then, in a mood to share my excitement, found a thread on here from two years ago )
Tried this out this evening, Midinous and oh, man! Between watching Benn Jordan’s video about it and playing with it myself I spent like… dunno 45 minutes with the demo software, which I believe is limited to 30 nodes, full version is 20 eurobucks and yeah, I’ll definitely buy this. Nodes can be notes with all their properties, CC or logic gates and the thing is po•wer•ful! VCV in the background and everything is sequenced here:
get it here, yes, on Steam, the videogame platform
Also, this from the other day, VCP challenge 75
Hey @purf that midinous patch is awesome! Midinous looks cool, but I’m really interested to know how you got that “broken piano” sound? I love that. If it’s a closely guarded secret, you can just tell me to bugger off, I’d understand
Not entirely sure what you’re referring to but the voice that’s not chords is just this, respectively Arturia’s Tape Mello-Fi at the end of everything:
… and an occasional Chronoblob for the glitch-repeats.
Oh cool, thanks, yeah it’s the tape mello-fi I hear. I thought it might have been a Rack module. And FM op into Stabile? I would never have thought of that. Nice. Anyway, incredible sound design man!