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  • Josef Mueller
    Hello Ingo, interesting sound! Please add the knob-settings to the connections, then I can create a patch-site on the modular-planet. Greetings Josef
    Message 1 of 5 , Apr 2, 2005
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      Hello Ingo,

      interesting sound! Please add the knob-settings to the connections,
      then I can create a patch-site on the modular-planet.

      Greetings Josef

      --- In Doepfer_a100@yahoogroups.com, "selfoscillate"
      <synaptic_music@y...> wrote:
      >
      >
      > hello,
      >
      > here is my first attempt for the patching contest:
      >
      > http://www.selfoscillate.de/a100patchcontest/seamonster/Fake-
      > Hydrophone.mp3
      >
      > fake-hydrophone is a "two component patch".
      > the first component is the background noise
      > and runs along without interaction.
      > i used the following modules for that:
      > 1x a101/2, 1x a118, 1x a137, 1x a138b
      >
      > a118 white noise --> a137 signal input
      > a137 output --> a138b input 1
      > a118 red noise --> a138b input 2
      > a138b output --> a101/2 signal input (lp+vca mode)
      > a101/2 output --> to mixing desk
      >
      > the second component is the faked sea voice.
      > it is played with one hand, by diming the
      > light falling on an a179 module.
      > i used the following modules for the patch:
      > 1x a101/1, 1x a101/2, 1x a111, 1x a138a,
      > 1x a140, 1x a147, 1x a179
      >
      > a179 inv cv output --> a147 cv input
      > a179 cv output --> a138a input 1
      > a179 gate output --> a140 gate input
      > a140 output --> a101/2 cv input 2
      > a147 triangle --> a138a input 2
      > a138a output --> a111 cv 2 input
      > a111 narrow pulse --> a101/1 lowpass input
      > a101/1 output 2 --> a101/2 signal input (vca mode)
      > a101/2 output --> to mixing desk
      >
      > those who know real hydrophone recordings will
      > probably find that the result is not too authentic,
      > especially the background noise sounds different.
      > i think that the voice of the sea creature is
      > somewhere between the voice of orcas and dolphins.
      > maybe it would add to the "playability" of the patch
      > to use a ribbon controller instead of the
      > light-controlled a179. i have to try that next time :-)
      >
      >
      > best wishes
      >
      > ingo
    • selfoscillate
      hello josef, i m so sorry, i haven t noted the knob settings and now the patch is gone. i promise to give more details next time. best wishes ingo
      Message 2 of 5 , Apr 4, 2005
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        hello josef,

        i'm so sorry, i haven't noted the knob settings and now
        the patch is gone. i promise to give more details next time.

        best wishes

        ingo



        --- In Doepfer_a100@yahoogroups.com, "Josef Mueller" <joffes@m...>
        wrote:
        >
        > Hello Ingo,
        >
        > interesting sound! Please add the knob-settings to the connections,
        > then I can create a patch-site on the modular-planet.
        >
        > Greetings Josef
        >
        > --- In Doepfer_a100@yahoogroups.com, "selfoscillate"
        > <synaptic_music@y...> wrote:
        > >
        > >
        > > hello,
        > >
        > > here is my first attempt for the patching contest:
        > >
        > > http://www.selfoscillate.de/a100patchcontest/seamonster/Fake-
        > > Hydrophone.mp3
        > >
        > > fake-hydrophone is a "two component patch".
        > > the first component is the background noise
        > > and runs along without interaction.
        > > i used the following modules for that:
        > > 1x a101/2, 1x a118, 1x a137, 1x a138b
        > >
        > > a118 white noise --> a137 signal input
        > > a137 output --> a138b input 1
        > > a118 red noise --> a138b input 2
        > > a138b output --> a101/2 signal input (lp+vca mode)
        > > a101/2 output --> to mixing desk
        > >
        > > the second component is the faked sea voice.
        > > it is played with one hand, by diming the
        > > light falling on an a179 module.
        > > i used the following modules for the patch:
        > > 1x a101/1, 1x a101/2, 1x a111, 1x a138a,
        > > 1x a140, 1x a147, 1x a179
        > >
        > > a179 inv cv output --> a147 cv input
        > > a179 cv output --> a138a input 1
        > > a179 gate output --> a140 gate input
        > > a140 output --> a101/2 cv input 2
        > > a147 triangle --> a138a input 2
        > > a138a output --> a111 cv 2 input
        > > a111 narrow pulse --> a101/1 lowpass input
        > > a101/1 output 2 --> a101/2 signal input (vca mode)
        > > a101/2 output --> to mixing desk
        > >
        > > those who know real hydrophone recordings will
        > > probably find that the result is not too authentic,
        > > especially the background noise sounds different.
        > > i think that the voice of the sea creature is
        > > somewhere between the voice of orcas and dolphins.
        > > maybe it would add to the "playability" of the patch
        > > to use a ribbon controller instead of the
        > > light-controlled a179. i have to try that next time :-)
        > >
        > >
        > > best wishes
        > >
        > > ingo
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