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Lubadh vocal chopping (eurorack, Elektron Machinedrum, Novation Summit)
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Lubadh vocal chopping (eurorack, Elektron Machinedrum, Novation Summit)


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100% hardware jam centered around a quick vocal clip I recorded and put into Instruo Lubadh. I've been trying to figure out the best way to incorporate Lubadh into my pieces, and I had the revelation that I've been trying to fit too *much* into the loop buffer - with too much content, it gets a little too mushy and the unpredictability of CVing the loop becomes less rewarding. So this vocal sample with a TON of empty space seems to be a lot more pleasant - it just comes and goes, like a very sparse sequence from a probabilistic sequencer.
Patch notes:
- Instruo Lubadh into Make Noise Mimeophon, some Autodyne and VCA movement massaging the Lubadh signal too. Lubadh is semi-randomly changing octave and direction, thanks to a stepped sequence quantized to octaves. If you stall Lubadh's playhead, then 1v will add an octave in either direction!
- Occasional melody is Erica Synths Fusion VCO2 through System80 Jove, with a bunch of reverb and granular delay from Hologram Microcosm.
- Qu-bit Bloom sequencing Odessa for some background counter-melody. Odessa has white noise applied to its tilt for a bit of flute-y sound, and is then put through an LPG from Pittsburgh Modular Voltage Lab, and finally through Strymon Magneto.
- Mutable Instruments Elements and WMD Devices percussion adding a bit of rhythmic spice.
- Bassline from Pittsburgh Modular SV-1 through Soma Lyra8-FX for chorus-y delay and fuzz.
- Elektron Machinedrum and Digitakt holding down the beat (ratchet hats from Digitakt).
- Novation Summit on the chords - soo smooth.
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