I ended up doing a mini-series of Youtubes (unintentionally, really) of the four modes of Ansible. Here’s Meadowphysics and Cycles together, recorded as two separate passes:
Ansible has four modes. Here I explore the last two, Meadowphysics and Cycles, in one piece. I tracked them separately.
Meadowphysics on Ansible is a little different than the stand-alone module in that it can also output note information. Each row corresponds to a step in your scale. As rows fire, the note info is routed to the available output: first cv/trigger pair, or if it is firing at the same time as another row, it rolls over to the next output/voice. I’m controlling an Atlantis on bass (same setup as my Kria video) and Dixie II/Polaris combo on the other voice. The latter is going through Clouds again.
The beginning of the piece is from Grids/Meadowphysics, then I start to sneak in another pass I did using Ansible in Cycles mode this time. I created a chord of sorts, with the four voices going into the Cwejman QMMF4. Cycles and the four rings of Arc are modulating the cutoff frequency of each QMMF channel.
The bass is a modulated Intellijel Shapeshifter (the fm input is getting trigger from the Arc pulse out to Quadra envelope). The output of that channel goes to a Cwejman SPH2.
Second voice is a VCO 2RM.
Third voice is the other channel of the VCO 2RM, with some phase modulation.
Lastly, the highest and fourth voice is a VCO6 with a lot of saturation.
The QMMF4 output is getting some Valhalla reverb love.