you are challenged to make a patch in vcv rack to showcase creative use of modules, so other users may get inspired. you can also win eternal fame!
for this edition, the challenge is to make a patch that uses ice tray from path set. i thought this would be a nice touch for all of us living in the hot summer of the northern hemisphere, and i’m sure others can have fun with it too!
and of course, there is an omri cohen video about it!
== rules ==
- make a patch in vcv rack and upload your patch to patchstorage.com,
and/or in your reply to this thread
- tag your upload with vcp-72
- make a video showcasing your patch and upload it to youtube (if possible),
or record some audio and upload it to e.g. soundcloud
- add a link to your video or audio as a comment to this post
- give feedback on other participants’ patches
deadline: end of the day, wherever you are, august 31st
ive not contributed much of late but u continue to provide inspiration mate - keep it up!
If only. It’s a rainy 17° here. I find Ice Tray very interesting but fairly unpredictable and somehow upfront and I’ve been struggling to make good use of it. But one preliminary outcome of this challenge challenging me: it’s super great for slow-mo ambient noodling with an external synth or via keyboard (like so, with my kinda new go-to oscillator). Screenshot for now. One granular Ice Tray with a very short recording time for glimmer FX, another one, filtered and cloudy, for gritty layers of the past…
Where I am the ice cubes fall from the sky.
Not sharing the project 'cause it’s too large (8Mb ?) I already emptied the cubes but nothing…
Someone has the same experience?
edit: A 2 Mb file, the smallest I could get.
cabotage-ksm_vcp72.vcv (2.1 MB)
the patch is here (without the drum samples) :
my patch has a bit more than 7 mb, with 3 instances of ICE TRAY.
no problem to upload at patchstorage.
Nice icy vibes.
I think the file is saving the audio buffer. There’s no option to save only the project thing?
Currently there is not. But if people would find that useful I could look into adding a setting for that.