After another week of working on my new ebook - it´s volume 2 of "A Systematic Introduction of Making Generative Music With Modular Synths" - the project has made quite a progress. It has grown to 58 pages, 26 patches and 30 videos. Things are getting in shape! By the way: you might like to visit our new Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rofilmmedia
And here´s a short video about it: https://youtu.be/HZ5CfU0OmhI
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J. Daniel Cramer´s Krellberg Variations in VCV Rack – Part 6
Our generative Krell patch is a quite developed one by now, and so it´s time to get (or stay) aware of what each of the main parameter knobs, switches and sliders do to the resulting sound. We will see how even tiny tweaks can have remarkable outcomes, and we will see how perfect and how deep we have control over the sounds – already now, even if we have set up only a tiny fraction of the patch yet.
J. Daniel Cramer´s Krellberg Variations in VCV Rack – Part 5
We are going to make a big jump in this article no. 5. Therefore it will come in handy to have a look at the whole patch as it is by now before we continue patching. There are going to be more modules, even different new kinds of modules as well as a new technique (patching strategy) in this part. So, let´s have a look at what we have by now:
J. Daniel Cramer´s Krellberg Variations in VCV Rack – Part 4
In my last article of this series I said that there must be “reasonable” ways to add a second (eventually even more) Krell function generator to the patch, and I talked about the need of modulating the maximum peak of the Krell envelope. Well, let´s do both in one step now. And we don´t even need to add another module to the patch we ended up with in part 3! (At least not in the first step.)