KVR Live Event: Advanced Modular Synthesis Techniques With Voltage Modular

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cherryDan
KVRist
100 posts since 1 Oct, 2018

Post Wed Nov 06, 2019 12:03 pm

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Join us live, November 6th at 4PM Pacific (or watch later!), to learn all about advanced modular synthesizer techniques with Voltage Modular!

KVR has invited us to do another live broadcast, and this time we'll be taking a look at advanced ways to create complex and interesting sounds using Voltage Modular. Join us live to ask questions during the broadcast, or click the link to watch the broadcast later.

https://www.kvraudio.com/marketplace/pr ... ell-sigman

See you there!

rollasoc
KVRian
506 posts since 13 Jun, 2003 from Shrewsbury, UK

Re: KVR Live Event: Advanced Modular Synthesis Techniques With Voltage Modular

Post Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:52 am

Any chance of the patches used in this, I'd like to play (rather than re-create them from scratch)
Band: http://www.hairthieves.com
Solo Instrumentals : https://sineglidermusic.bandcamp.com/
New Hairthieves EP - EP 10 out October 12th 2018 https://thehairthieves.bandcamp.com/album/ep10

cherryMitch
KVRist
41 posts since 25 Aug, 2018

Re: KVR Live Event: Advanced Modular Synthesis Techniques With Voltage Modular

Post Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:28 pm

Yes! I put a zip file of all three patches in my public dropbox, this should work:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ppwf2hjoabcai ... s.zip?dl=0

(Would've attached them in this post, but the patch with the sampler contains the sample WAV file which made it too big to attach.)

Some helpful notes:

- in the Autoharmonizer patch, I removed the Macauley switch module, because a lot of people might not own the Macauley modules. It doesn't affect the sound, it was just a fancy way of turning the harmony notes on and off. You can do the same by just muting channels in the Voltage-Controlled Mixer module.

- in the Constellation patch, I'm using Valhalla DSP's Freqecho and Vintageverb in the Plug-In Host modules. Freqecho is actually free on the Vahalla's site (https://valhalladsp.com). Vintageverb isn't but it's only $50 and it's my absolute favorite reverb plug.
(We have no affiliation with Valhalla, I just really like their stuff. I gotta buy their new delay!).

- the Constellation patch has that elaborate "on/off" switch arrangement with the Boolean + Sample & Hold + A/B Switch module. Just whack any key on your keyboard controller to turn it on or off. The A/B Switch is a third-party Bernard module. The switch won't really work without it, but if you don't have the Bernard modules, you could easily delete the whole mess and use the Amp module in the top row as with any traditional patch.

If you have any questions about the patches (or you want to hear the actual song that the Constellation patch is used in), don't hesitate to ask! I can be found at mitchell@cherryaudio.com.

rollasoc
KVRian
506 posts since 13 Jun, 2003 from Shrewsbury, UK

Re: KVR Live Event: Advanced Modular Synthesis Techniques With Voltage Modular

Post Sun Nov 10, 2019 8:19 am

Thank you. I will have a play later!
Band: http://www.hairthieves.com
Solo Instrumentals : https://sineglidermusic.bandcamp.com/
New Hairthieves EP - EP 10 out October 12th 2018 https://thehairthieves.bandcamp.com/album/ep10

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