|sequence - random arpeggiator sequence. the CV inputs
were not connected yet when I recorded this. towards the end I'm slowly
adjusting the delay time pot.
|modulation - just a slight amount of modulation from a
slow traingle VCO. An oakley equinoxe
phaser is in the feedback path which is also modulated by an LFO.
|echo-verb2 - a slightly more complicated patch. 2 VCOs,
1 lowpass VCF, 1 VC-Echo, 1 ADSR, 1 LFO and a TLN-156 reverb. a slow
moving LFO modulates the trauma setting on the the TLN-156, the filter
cutoff and also triggers a very slow ADSR. the ADSR modulates the delay
time. stereo left and right are recorded
twice. both are the same patch but the LFO phase is different on each
- This one used a quantized random voltage generator module I was
working on. That module is not finished due to a bug in either hardware
or software (not sure yet), but this example shows the echo more
clearly than the previous examples. It may get a little boring; it
wasn't meant to be a demo of the delay actually.
- as the title suggests. I was running a theremin through the delay.
The theremin was not finished at this time (I decided to redesign, and
I haven't finished it yet). Only the pitch antenna is connected during