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Hi friends, here’s my entry for VCP challenge 24. this was a nice chance to get acquainted with the Audible mods, I think I’ve shied away from them because they seemed a bit more esoteric in their interface/implementation. Here I’ve used Random/Tides for sequencing/parameter automation, Meta Modulators/Warps cross-modded and feedbacked for oscillators, Macro Osc/plaits for drums, Mixer and Keyframer for parameters and percussion density, Segment Generator for envelopes, and Resonator/Rings and Texture Synth/Clouds for reverb-ish fx. Live jammed on Korg NanoKontrol and then edited down for the vid. It’s kind of a mess, hope you dig it… https://youtu.be/-xZjONAlhgY https://patchstorage.com/vcp-24-wonky-donk/
Man. There’s the feeling. Listen to it is so funny. Sure you had lot of fun to play with. Great job. Good mastering on these modules also.
I love your patch. I love the rhythm. And what about your mastering modulating that. Bravo
So many modules for such a quiet peece… It was quite difficult to have an idea… I like the complexity of the composition though.
Late to the party, sorry. Anyway, I made a little thing, it’s kinda strange…
Great. Rhythm modulation is really impressive. Great ambient sound in the background.
I don’t think you’re doing something wrong, Adi. It sounds very organic with an asian mood, I really like it!
i will leave this challenge running for two more days, in case anyone has a late entry!
i will post the next challenge on tuesday february 5th (chinese new year)
Hi, nice to see you again!
good to hear from you, I was starting to worry
Cool Ben. Hope everything well in your neck of the woods. You can add this one to the list, if you see fit:
I wanted to thank Ben for hosting these all the time, and everyone who participates & comments, this has always been almost therapeutic for me to try and follow the challenges and share videos. Wow, I FINALLY got a chance to listen to these patches, and you guys are all so amazingly creative and inspiring! Not sure how to comment on all these, but I’ll try in one post…
@ROGAVKA love that you used oliverb(that’s a tricky mode imo) and this rhythm & texture is real nice!
@denis.tercier your stuff always is great every week, and this is no exception, diggin the spooky & jazzy vibe!
@the1andonlydrno really happy you are back in the vcp again, and love this groove that has so many layers of complexity to it :))
@rsmus7 wow, so many great organic sounds going on here!
@dag2099 you got some nice sound skills, I love this audio rate modulation or whatever your doing!
@coile99 WHOA!! was kind of blown away by this one, especially the part that starts at 4:11, I won’t ruin it for anyone, good shit…
@LarsBjerregaard Your second patch is amazing! Hope you keep joining in on these vcp’s
Have an great week everyone, see u on the next one
Thanks! I actually don’t remember what the hell I was up too. Maybe trying to use Clouds as reverb? I tend to be okay at making messed up noises but not so great a structuring a piece or constructing a “song”. I really need to improve my structural skills.
Thanks so much. I wish I could learn more about your skills. Your patches are so beautiful. But my PC don’t like them mostly… But anyway! I still have a lot of fun discovering vcv by myself. I’ll soon post one in witch the two new sequencers of the month are staring. It takes quite a lot of time to program.
Have a nice week gentleman!
So, man! Cheers and happy new year! Hope for you all the best and still and forever happyracking.
You never seemed to have created a YT playlist for this VCP-24. Have you given up on it? Hope everything is well in your end Ben…
indeed i didn’t get around to it. but now i finally did:
i haven’t given up, but as i said on facebook, i needed to take a break for a bit. i feel ready to start making music again, but i’m also doing a lot of overtime at work, so i have little energy left…
This has a lot of diversity in sounds frome a small handful of modules. well done.