=== very cool patch challenge, edition 36 ===

you are challenged to make a patch in vcv rack to showcase a particular module in a creative way, so other users may get inspired. you can also win eternal fame!

this time the featured module is: repelzen re-burst
see https://github.com/wiqid/repelzen#re-burst

== rules ==
• make a patch in vcv rack using the chosen module and upload your patch to https://patchstorage.com/ and/or in your reply to this thread
• tag your upload with vcp-36
• you are encouraged to only use free modules in the patch, but this is not required
• make a video showcasing your patch and upload it to youtube
• add a link to your video as a comment to this post (these videos will be collected in a playlist)
• give feedback on other participants’ patches

deadline: monday end of the day, wherever you are, august 5th
(though late entries will still be added to the playlist)

a new challenge with a different module will be announced every other tuesday.


My entry into VCP-36… Anyone up for a little 12 bar blues??
At the end of the video Burst is soloed and uptempoed (yeah, that’s a word).


that’s awesome!

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Burst N2 Space!
Here is my entry to vcp-36. I enjoyed doing this and I could easily use Re-Burst three times in this simple composition. Re-Burst will be one of my favorites going forward.

I felt really comfortable doing this and I hope some of you like it!

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Wonderfully imaginative.

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This week I have two entries. This first one was a bit of an afterthought. I’m not really using the re-burst that much, though it does give things a glitchier effect.
Mostly this one is about feedback, a difficult issue to deal with and something I’ve been thinking about a bit recently:

Here’s the patch:

The other one will be along later.

I like this a lot, dag. You always come up with some great sounds and great techniques.

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An attempt at an Emeralds-style arp jam.

anoptic-gone vcp36.vcv (81.5 KB)

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The promised second patch:

I tried using re-Burst on the hihat but it was a bit too busy.
Here’s the patch:

hello, hello,
my first VCP challenge :crossed_fingers:, unfortunately, I can’t record my screen.
All notes & instruments triggered by 5 Re-Burst. Hope you like it. :grinning:



Very nice Tal! Clean, tight sound and rhythm, well done.

playlist so far:

any subsequent entries will be added after i come back from holiday

Sorry guys but for long while I can’t participate in this VCP (technical issue with my hardware) and in the future. Missed that so much but this is life. Wish you a many good ideas. I can still watching yours work. I do not know how long it will take me a month or two but I’ll try to catch up. Cheers Guys.

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Slow and mellow ambient with wind chime driven leads. Chimes created by Elements and Clouds adds shimmer effect. Bass is created with XFX Wave and Basal. Re-Burst from Repelzen gates the chimes.

Wind Chime Crime… :slight_smile:



My contribution to the Very Cool Patch Challenge 36. Once again too late, apparently the VCV recorder does not work. As soon as I want to record a video, it consumes over 90% CPU. Does anyone else have this problem? There was no problem with another program. Once again, I did not just use the default module re-burst, but all repelzen modules. And 9 re-burst modules carry the whole piece. :metal::sunglasses:

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Yes I do!
Brilliant patch by the way.

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Mega late… I didn’t have enough time during my Holidays… but here it is!

An attempt to make generative music using burst generators as events controller.
I’ve put here 4 instances of re-burst provided by wiqid for vcv rack and put them in series. Each one is clocked differently. The “end of cycle” output of each instance trigs the burst input of another in a closed circuit. I then have just to “burst” once manually and let all that stuff play. I just play with volumes of the four different voices. Three additive OSC’s for drones and bleak for percussive sounds.
REPburn.vcv (70.8 KB)

Enjoy and have a nice whatever you want.

Very nice. Melody from wavetable could follow the chord progression a bit better and stay not so often the fundamentals, but it’s still OK. it sounds a bit drunk :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

nice progression, those underlying bass tones:) like that sea-life vid, too;)

thanks everyone for your contributions! i’m glad re-burst has triggered your creativity!

i updated the playlist: