so i spent a week or so programming stuff for the organelle and learning it’s strengths
i made a Gendy/Xenakis patch
i made a granular patch, a live granulator, a Rungler/Benjolin, a Breakbeat drum machine thing and an ARP Odyssey clone
This is all fantastic work that I’ve been thoroughly enjoying. If you have a minute, it’d be interesting to see how you went about building these patches. I feel the Organelle still lacks good how-to content.
i have been researching patch libraries that accelerate instrument building/making so i have several stand-by libraries/abstractions that let me make just about anything i want. So far i have been trying different instruements from different developers testing overhead etc.
I have a full featured minimoog thing on deck but i am looking at making an fractal instrument with random distributions and chaos, now that i have finally understood how to step through pages and someone just shared a way to go into meta mode for the keyboard the next ones should be more robust.
karl you should get one they are so much fun and you can make generative patches too. i am working on a Markov/Henry Cow patch too…
I’m really excited to see the patches you’ve made in such a short span of time
thanks for sharing!
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i have been researching patch libraries that accelerate instrument building/making so i have several stand-by libraries/abstractions that let me make just about anything i want
[/quote]any clues on where to find these resources?
I’ve been collecting info to aid my progress since getting one but still feel behind where I want to be
Looking forward to hearing what kind of ciat- lonbarde sounds you come up with
my favorite thing I’ve made on the shnth is
4 tri/saw waves nume and deno controlled by 2 separate sequencers
4 divide by n with the oscs as their source, N and MUL (level) are controlled by two separate sequencers
4 slews triggered by the divide by N whose up and down are controlled by two separate sequencers MUL (level) is controlled by another slew
8 sequencers (4, 8 step and 4, 5 step) controlled by 8 buttons
4 pans one on each osc being controlled by adding a adding two of the slews together
4 MUL (level, VCA) controlled by 4 slews
so each voice has all 8 sequencers controlling some aspect in the tuning, dividing, slewing, or panning
each voice has all 4 slews controlling some aspect
it is such a pleasure to play
I’d love to make it in PD when I get back into it
a video example where the sound output was pugged directly into the camera so I couldn’t hear anything
I was seeing serialoscd segfault-ing just now on my linux laptop (64 bit cpu, also running arch). segfault occured after disconnecting the monome. Was possible to recover by killing serial-oscdevice & serialosc-detector, re-running serialoscd, then plugging monome back in.
The proper solution was to modprobe usbserial and ftdi_sio. After doing that, seems I can freely plug the monome in/out without anything blowing up…
Since my last visit I made a few more patches that folks might be interested.
Most recently i made an emulation of the MakeNoise morphagene, a 4 osc Neural Network patch, a funky Poisson distribution patch, a tb303 clone, an eventide harmonizer-esque patch. a kind of drummy patch that evokes Berlin left field techno, an emulation of the Ciat-lonbarde Fourses, a latoocarfian fractal oscillator patch thing, and a Mutable Instruments Clouds emulation.