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Playlist of VCV Rack Tutorial #3

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    The Basics of VCV Rack #3 - Beginner Tips

    21:38

    So this is the last video of the Basics of VCV Rack series. In the last video, we took a closer look at what Control Voltage is, and I soon realized that the topics I want to cover in this series are not only related to VCV Rack, but are actually about Modular Synthesis in general. So the next episode will have a different name, something like The Basics of Modular Synthesis, and will also have a different concept.
    In this video, I share my view on what modules to install if you are a beginner to VCV Rack and to Modular Synthesis, and what modules to install if you are a beginner to VCV Rack, but have some experience with synthesizers and Modular Synthesis. I also share some of my favorite modules I tend to use often. And in the last part, I share some sources for learning VCV Rack and Modular Synthesis.

    If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

    Here are links to the different modules collections
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    Vult modules -
    JW modules -
    Audible Instruments -
    Befaco -
    Impromptu -

    Here is the VCV Rack document -

    Here are the links to the different learning sources
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    Once upon a Synth -
    Learning Modular -
    Loopop -
    Sound on Sound -

    Here you can find my music -

    Consider subscribing -

    Big thanks to Carbonic Acid for helping me out with creating my own blank modules! -
    You can get them here -
    And Big thanks to Xavier Belmont for helping me out with the various graphics -


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    Creating interesting Rhythms in VCV Rack using 3 simple modules

    13:47

    In this video, I show how to create interesting rhythms in VCV Rack using a clock, a clock divider, and Multiples from Audible Instruments.

    Turing Machine Tutorial -
    Bernoulli Gate Tutorial -
    Sequential Switch Tutorial -

    If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

    Here you can find my music -

    Consider subscribing -

    Big thanks to Carbonic Acid for helping me out with creating my own blank modules! -
    You can get them here -
    And Big thanks to Xavier Belmont for helping me out with the various graphics -


    ***FOLLOW ME HERE***

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    Modular System Beginner Tutorial #05: AM, ADSR, VCA... with VCV Rack

    11:52

    1st of all - sorry - it was raining hard an so my sound is shit *g*
    Starting patch:
    Additional modules:

    Have fun!

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    VCV Rack Tutorial - Sequential Switches ➰

    6:16

    This video is about the creative use of the sequential switch in VCV Rack. I tried to collect all the fun and tested ways on my personal experience and show you in detail dear subscribers. I hope this video will be useful and soon I will be able to upload the second part of this tutorial. Thank you very much for watching! In support subscribe to my channel.

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    Self Generating Patches with VCV Rack

    22:18

    Get the patch here:
    My new album (still for free):

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    Creating a Basic Synth Voice | VCV Rack Tutorial | FREE Modular Synth

    5:14

    Get the full tutorial: bit.ly/CMU257

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    How to make your OWN Samples and Loops in VCV Rack

    7:43

    In this video I'm gonna show you how to setup a sample recording workflow in VCV Rack! I use this workflow while creating my own samples for the sample packs and for personal uses as well. I'm so happy to share these techniques with you guys.
    Track from this video:

    Check my VCV Rack album -
    You can support me on Patreon and download all files from this video
    Check my Instagram page

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    Modular System Beginner Tutorial #01: Let’s make music with VCV Rack!

    13:13

    This tutorial is for absolute beginners who want to figure out what all these knobs and cables are for ;)
    Here you can download the patch: (V 0.3.0)
    or
    ( V 0.3.1)

    Keep knobbing!

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    Talking Rackheads Episode #3 - VCV Rack

    2:2:44

    Program Notes and Time Markers

    01:07 - Southpole’s Gnome

    04:24 - Southpole’s Gnome - Audio Demo

    09:14 - Build your Dream Synth Part 2 - 1st Half - Adding External Controllers

    27:35 - The “Add One and Pass it Back” game….

    32:25 - Vult’s New Utility Modules & FX Chains/ Automated Mixing Tricks + Tips

    46:29 - Expanded version of Roberto Gomes’s “Orch Strings’ Patch

    52:05 - Intermission ‘Sponsored’ by McVities & the R.S.P.C.P. ;)

    55:30 - Building something ‘big’ from single function modules

    01:19:42 - Introducing Lukas, aka Synthikat’s…. Youtube Channel

    01:21:32 - Except from one of Synthikat's Tutorials

    01:24:53 - Sonus Modular’s Loop Station - Patch Setup

    01:30:34 - Sonus’s Loop Station - Audio Demo

    01:36:40 - Time or Trigger synchronized Clock Changes

    01:41:11 - Build your Dream Synth Part 2 - 2nd Half - Adding FX Modules (Vult’s Utility Modules)

    01:59:59 - End Titles & “Strumming Trees” by Synthikat

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    “Add One & Pass It Back” Game -

    Roberto Gomes - Original String Patch Video -

    Southpole Modular -

    Synthikat’s Youtube Channel -

    Synthikat’s “Strumming Trees” - Full Version -

    Vult -

    Vult's New Utility Plugins Video -

    Sonus Modular -

    AS -

    Frozen Wastelands -

    R.S.P.C.P. -

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    VCV Rack -

    VCV Rack Official Facebook Group -

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    The Art Of Sound -

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    Sequencing Drums without Sequencer in VCV Rack

    8:32

    Have fun!

    Klirr

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    VCV Rack / How to build an fx rack / Synthikat Tutorial

    6:10

    Someone hit me up to make a tutorial how to route audio into vcv rack. pls be kind with me :) its my first time speaking into a camera. pls let me know if u have any ideas about more tutorials. give me your tumbs up if u like it and subscribe if u want to see more tutorials in the future. have a nice 1 synthikat.

    info: i recorded the tutorial in mono thats why u dont hear the delay in stereo but it should work for u. :)

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    How to make Techno Track with Modular Synth

    23:50

    In this video I gonna show you full patch from scratch of my techno setup in VCV Rack!
    Become Patron and get patch from this video
    Thanks for your support!

    I also use the controller for the first time. This time it is the Ipad with the TouchOSC installed. Trowasoft made a great layout for it and its sequencer in VCV Rack as well. It is very easy to manage techno patterns in a modular environment.
    TouchOSC is available for iOS and Android tablets or smartphones.
    Have a nice Rave!
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    TouchOSC for Android -
    TouchOSC for iOS -
    trowasoft Template for TouchOSC or

    TouchOSC Setup manual
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    Check my VCV Rack album -
    Check my Instagram page

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    How to Make Acid Techno track with Modular synth

    27:57

    Here is my new tutorial video about how to make ACID TECHNO track in VCV Rack! I discovered some modules which I've used in my Acid Techno template and shown how I've done some patch from scratch.
    If you have some questions about this video please write it in the comments! I'll glad to see it!
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    10 free modules in VCV Rack Patch from Scratch

    55:32

    Now I'm going to discover 10 modules from my last video on practice together with you!
    Support on Patreon and get final patch from this stream -
    Pure creativity in Virtual Modular Environment #1!

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    Improvised Patch Tutorial #3 - Reversed Notes

    29:42

    In this video, I've created a nice sequence of reversed notes in the key of C minor. I also explain a bit about how the ADSR module can work better with the SEQ-3.
    Sorry for the coughing, I'm recovering from a cold...

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    vcv rack starter survival kit

    43:58

    in this tutorial video i recommend some free module packages to get started in vcv rack

    my collection of vcv rack resources:

    support me by buying my music:
    (as heard in the background of this video)

    vcv logo used with permission

    omri cohen's braids series:

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    vcv rack beginner tutorial: how to make a simple self-generative patch

    35:01

    sharing what i have learnt in my vcv rack experiments with a tutorial on making self-generative patches from scratch

    also day 20 of my vcv rack experiments

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    VCV Rack - Crazy Patching: Funky Glitch Beats 1

    6:49

    You can download the patch here:
    You'll need to install additional plugins:




    Have fun!

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    Best 43 Free Modules in VCV Rack less than 7HP

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    Here is my review of 43 THIN VCV Rack modules...they have good perfomance\width\functionality ratio and nice to use as the compact workflow on your screen. I also built a patch from scratch using all of these modules (as the template). So I hope it will be interesting for you to explore how good these modules are.
    Support me on Patreon and get 19 additional patches with this template and much more -
    Also there is one of ZZC modules in this video called SH8 which is not presented in Plugin Manager yet. So you could grab ZZC modules here (btw they are all awesome!):
    List of the modules (all FREE)
    Vult Basal
    Vult Bleak
    modular80 Radio Music
    Sonus Luppolo
    SquinkyLabs Colors
    MSM Ring
    MSM Wavefolder
    CF Cuts
    SquinkyLabs BootyShifter
    MSM Phaser
    Bogaudio XFADE
    Bogaudio CV Delay
    Southpole Balaclava
    Befaco Mixer
    Bogaudio Pan
    Vult Tohe
    AS Stereo Reverb
    Bogaudio VU Meter
    Nysthi Master Recorder
    Bogaudio ADDR
    AS AttnuVrtr
    JW Quantizer
    21khz Pitch Tools
    ML Modules Shift Register
    Fundamental Sequential Switch 1
    Fundamental Sequential Switch 2
    Impromptu TACT-1
    AS CV 2 Trigger
    Southpole Bandana
    Quantal Audio Unity Mix
    JW Head
    AS Rescale
    ZZC SH-8 Sample & Hold
    SquinkyLabs LFN
    Bogaudio LLFO
    Bogaudio Slew
    Bogaudio Follower
    Bogaudio ADSR
    Nysthi 208 Dual Envelope
    Bogaudio Boolean Logic
    AS Signal Delay
    Synthkit Rotating Clock DIvider
    AS BPM Clock
    Check my Instagram page

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    9 Super Useful FREE VST Plugins for VCV Rack HOST FX module

    15:46

    PATCHES & SAMPLES -
    I was very happy when VCV Host module came out! There are so many opportunities to explore new depths of sound as never before. But the world of paid VST plugins is too huge. And besides, the idea of VCV Rack's open source nature sent me in search of free vst plug-ins available for 64 bits.
    In the end, I tried a lot of things and decided to focus on these 9 amazing free plug-ins that really expand the capabilities of the rack. I hope my findings will be useful to you!
    Download and Buy VCV Host and Host-FX -
    All plugins availablle as 64bit for Windows. For MAC only available - Flux, Loudmax, Youlean Meter, PaulXStretch, OrilReverb
    Download Links:
    Flux Stereotool (and also Bittersweet) -
    Cocoa Delay -
    Loudmax -
    Youlean Loudness Meter -
    Distorque Audio Azurite -
    OrilRiver Verb -
    GGrain -
    Sonic Anomaly Transpire -
    PaulXStretch -
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    Mutable Instruments Stages - VCV Rack Tutorial

    1:1:43

    In this video, I go through all the different features of this very deep module from Mutable Instruments, Stages. (Segment Generator from Audible Instruments). This time, most of the patches I build from scratch, and I start with creating LFO's and Step Sequencers, then I go through creating different Envelope Types, and I finish with some other cool things this module can do like S&H and Sequential Switches. There are Time Stamp links below, to all the different parts of the video, and here you can find all the different patches -

    If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

    00:43 - Introduction
    03:42 - Creating LFO's
    17:28 - Creating a Step Sequencer

    30:07 - Envelopes
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    30:34 - 1 stage Decay Envelopes
    34:45 - 2 stage Attack Decay Envelopes
    38:05 - 4 stage ADSR Envelopes
    45:30 - 5 stage AHDSR Envelopes
    48:38 - 6 stage AHDSR with a signal delay
    51:15 - Envelopes with End of Cycle\Envelope Trigger

    Miscellaneous
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    55:02 - Looping Envelopes
    56:49 - S&H
    57:51 - Sequential Switch

    Here you can find my music -

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    You can get them here -
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    VCV Rack / StrummingTrees / Generative Ambient Jam / Synthikat

    8:18

    By testing some new modules i came up with this patch. enjoy :)

    Get my latest releases here:


    Find more music and follow my artistprofiles here:







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    VCV Rack Tutorial - How to get a trigger in 0.3.2

    10:05

    The SEQ-3 module in VCV Rack 0.3.2 does not send trigger signals, only gate. Here's how you fake it to turn gates into triggers.

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    Software Modularsystem VCV Rack Tutorial - First Patch | Freeware Studio #08

    10:14

    Das kostenloses Modularsystem VCV Rack läuft unter Win, Mac & Linux. In diesem Tutorial baut Kai Chonishvili ein experimentelles Patch von Grund auf. Neben den Erklärungen steht vor allem das kreative Potential dieses Modularsystems im Vordergrund.

    VCV Rack download:

    Bleib auf dem Laufenden und abonniere unseren Kanal:


    VCV Rack ist ein virtuelles (Stand-alone)-Modularsystem für Windows, Mac und Linux, welches kostenlos verfügbar ist. Nach der Installation hat man bereits einen Schwung an Modulen parat und kann direkt loslegen. Ein erstes Highlight sind die Befaco- und Mutable Instruments-Emulationen, mit denen kräftige Filter, spannende Texture-Oszillatoren, ein charaktervoller Federhall und auch Physical Modeling für Glocken, Percussions und Co. bereitstehen. Die Bedienung orientiert sich am Eurorack-Standard, sodass Einsteiger durchaus Schwierigkeiten bekommen können, dem System einen ersten Klang zu entlocken. Modular-Kenner werden hingegen sehr vertraut an die Arbeit gehen.

    Module satt
    Der Reiz steckt natürlich in den vielen überwiegend kostenlos erhältlich Modulen, um beispielsweise eine mächtige Drum Machine über die Vult-Module aufbauen zu können. Der interne Plug-in-Manager macht die Handhabung übrigens sehr einfach. Spannend: Der renommierte Plug-in-Spezialist Unfiltered Audio bietet für 29 US-Dollar abgespeckte Versionen von Instant Delay, Indent und Dent an, also sehr flexible Granular Delay-, Bitcrusher- und Distortion-Effekte. Blamsoft ist ebenfalls als bekannter Hersteller (u.a. VK-2 Moog Voyager Klon) mit dabei und bietet knallharte Distortion-Module oder auch Reverbs für einen geringen Preis.

    Fazit
    Keine Frage: VCV Rack ist wohl die heißeste Veröffentlichung der letzten Monate, denn das kostenlose Modularsystem ist durchdacht, sehr flexibel und dank der Community massiv gewachsen. Die Mutable Instruments-Emulationen oder aber die Vult-Module klingen hervorragend und zeigen ungebremst das klangliche Potenzial auf. Dank der DAW-Einbindung mittels Bridge sind der Kreativität nun kaum noch Grenzen gesetzt – und wir sind erst bei Version 0.6!

    Website:
    Beat Magazin Abo:
    Facebook:
    News-App:
    Plug-in/Sample-Cloud:
    Unser Über-Sampler:

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    Starlings GateSeq - VCV Rack Tutorial

    33:10

    A few weeks ago, the developers of the Starling VIA collection for Eurorack released a try before you buy version for VCV Rack. All 4 modules are available, and in this video, I take a closer at the GateSeq, a Euclidean sequencer with 2 independent sequences that run in parallel and has many interesting features like S&H, a logic output, 4 different directories for each sequence, 2 analog inputs for extra signal manipulation, and much more. I hope that this video can give you some idea on what this module can do if you're interested in buying this module as hardware, own it already, or just want to have some VCV Rack fun. Don't forget also to explore the built-in presets!

    If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

    00:17 - Introduction
    02:22 - Patch 1 (Logic Output, Sequence Modes, Function Knob,
    Analog Inputs)
    17:15 - Patch 2 (AND Function, S&H)

    Here are the final patches -
    More patches can be found on my Patreon page -
    Here are the Starling modules -
    Here is more information about them -
    Stages Tutorial -
    Animated Circuits modules -
    Exploring the Starling Modules Live Stream -

    Consider subscribing -

    Here are the modules I've used in the video
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    Geodesics - Ions , JW - Quantizer , AS - Tiny Sine, Tine Sawish, Mixer, VU Meter, VCA , Valley - Plateau , CF - Mixer , BogAudio - LFO, ADSR, Manual, FM-OP , Starling - GateSeq , SquinkyLabs - EV3 , Fundamental - VCA , Befaco - Rampage , Vult - Tangents, Trummor2 , Audible Instruments - Utilities, Segment Generator , Synthikat - Clock Divider , Animated Circuits - Cosmic , Hora - HiHat , Blamsoft - Wave

    *** HERE YOU CAN FIND MY MUSIC ***

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    Big thanks to Carbonic Acid for helping me out with creating my own blank modules! -
    You can get them here -
    And Big thanks to Xavier Belmont for helping me out with the various graphics -


    *** HERE IS WHAT I USE ***

    - Computer: Intel Core i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz, 4200 Mhz, 4 Cores,
    8 Logical Processor(s), 32Gb RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
    - ZOOM Recorder H6
    - Make Noise O Coast
    - Behringer Neutron
    - Arturia KeyStep + BeatStep Pro
    - Midilar Controller
    - Nektar Impact LX88+
    - Focal Alpha 65 Monitors
    - AKG K121Studio Headphones
    - Steinberg UR 242 Audio Interface
    - Reaper is my DAW

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    Modular Kick Drum #1 with VCV Rack

    2:21

    You can download the patch here:

    If you don't have the VULT filter you can use the Fundamentals VCF instead ;)

    Have fun!

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    The Basics of VCV Rack #1 - Introduction

    9:49

    This is the first episode of a new series all about the basics of VCV Rack. In this video, I start with how to download and install VCV Rack, how to download and install 3rd party plugins, and I go through some of the features of VCV Rack and the Core Modules that come with it. *correction about uninstalling plugins from the plugin manager. Clicking the remove plugin button will not remove it from the plugins menu, You'll have to delete it from the plugin folder.*
    00:43 - What is VCV Rack 02:29 - How to install VCV Rack 03:37 - VCV Rack Features 06:19 - The Core Modules 07:52 - The Plugin Manager

    Reaper and VCV Rack -

    If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

    Here you can find my music -

    Consider subscribing -

    Big thanks to Carbonic Acid for helping me out with creating my own blank modules! -
    You can get them here -
    And Big thanks to Xavier Belmont for helping me out with the various graphics -


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    Nigels Quick Guide to a Bernoulli Gate in VCV Rack

    11:37

    This is a short video showing how a simple module like a Bernoulli Gate from Audible Instruments, can be used to add random elements to rhythms and sequences in VCV Rack As I often use them in my Random Noodlings series of videos, i thought I should share how to do it! :)

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    Befaco Rampage - VCV Rack Tutorial

    52:41

    I think that in each video I made, where I used this beautiful module, I always said that I should one day make a video about it. So, here it is, a video all about Rampage from Befaco, one of the most powerful modules we have in VCV Rack.

    If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

    Introduction - 00:57
    AD & ASR Envelopes - 08:17
    Oscillator & LFO - 16:00
    Slew Limiter & LP Filter - 32:31
    Distortion & Random Gates - 45:52

    Here are all the different patches -

    Here you can find my music -

    Consider subscribing -

    Big thanks to Carbonic Acid for helping me out with creating my own blank modules! -
    You can get them here -
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    Modular System Beginner Tutorial #02: S&H, Gate, Trigger ... with VCV Rack

    11:36

    Starting patch:

    Ending patch:

    Keep knobbing!

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    Synthesizing a Storm in VCV Rack

    14:06

    VCV Rack is a beautiful sound design tool, offering a broad palette of tools to choose from, and almost endless possibilities combining them all. In this video, I synthesize a few storm sounds, creating rain, wind, and thunder, all with different types of noise as a sound source. Of course, there are many ways for creating storm sounds, and with every tweak of a parameter the vibe of the storm is changing, so feel free to download the patch and experiment, creating different effects. All the sounds you hear in the video were created in VCV Rack.

    Here is the final patch -
    Noise in VCV Rack -
    Branches\Bernoulli Gate tutorial -

    If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider buying my music or making a donation. Thank you!


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    Sampling in VCV Rack #2: Loop Slicing with Complex Simpler

    17:55

    Get my new 100% VCV Rack album free on Bandcamp:

    Have fun!

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    VCV Rack - Scorovnik sequencer for acid

    9:10

    I really like the KoralFX Scorovnik sequencer. Using 2 melodies on it, I fooled around with Autinn Bass modules with some distortion applied.
    The sequencer does not have slide though, so faked that with a slew module.
    PS. The Bass modules in this video is version (0.6.3), not released yet. The input act as a gate in that version, instead of as a trigger.

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    Make Noise Rene Emulation in VCV Rack

    15:08

    Get patch filtes here for small donation

    Matrix sequencer is awesome for producing complex but melodic stuff in VCV!
    dbiz Bene is a matrix sequencer with internal quantization, BenePads is 16 resets of its grid. It's a copy of famous Make Noise Rene eurorack sequencer. So I very happy to have that in VCV Rack! Hope you too!
    So I will show you basic setup of the matrix sequencer and then more tricks in this video! Thank you for watching!
    Check my Instagram page and SHORT VCV RACK TIP series

    Support me on Patreon


    #vcv #rack #vcvrack #modular #synth #analog #sequencer #eurorack #matrix #ambient #modules #makenoise

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    FREE VST Mastering Modular VCV Rack track in Ableton

    17:42

    In this video I do a mastering for my VCV Rack modular synth track with FreeVST&Ableton!
    Become Patron and get files from this video
    Thanks for your support!

    I show my mastering process from scratch so you can catch every little nuance to do the same for your music production. I use Ableton Live software and Free VST plugins so you can use these with your favorite DAW.
    List of the plugins:
    TDR Slick EQ -
    TDR Nova -
    TDR Kotelnikov -
    EG Eight (built In Ableton Eq or any in your DAW)
    LoadMax -
    TBProAudio ISOL8 -
    Voxengo SPAN -
    s(m)exoscope -
    Youlean Loudness Meter -

    Check my VCV Rack album -
    You can support me on Patreon and download all files from this video
    Check my Instagram page

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    All About Impromptus Big-Button Sequencers - VCV Rack Live Stream

    1:54:54

    This Live Stream was all about the Big-Button Sequencers from Impromptu. Thank you all for joining in, it was really fun!

    If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

    *******At around 29:00 I try to find out why the triggers are being self-entered, and that's because of the random function. The random function will switch the state of each step, on or off, and will write also the triggers to the active channel so by activating the different channels with the random function on, random triggers have been written on the different steps. It's a great way to program something quickly and randomly. *******

    Here you can find the Impromptu collection -

    Here are the final patches -

    And here is the Hey Guys sample -

    Hey Guuyyyzzzz assignment
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    1. Download the sample
    2. Build a patch around it, using it in interesting ways
    3. Share the result with everyone, and also send me a link (YouTube,
    SoundCloud and such)
    4. Have fun :)

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    Squinky Labs Chebyshev - VCV Rack Tutorial

    22:12

    A few days ago, a new and improved version of the Chebyshev oscillator from Squinky Labs was released, and oh boy, it's lots of fun! It has a few new controls like lag settings for the modulation of the different waveshapers and a semi-tone knob for tuning the oscillator in steps of semi-tones. It also has a few aesthetic improvements, and all in all, it sounds fantastic, and it's very CPU efficient. In this video, I go through all of its features, and I build a patch, from scratch, utilizing them, demoing some of the things Chebyshev can do.

    Here is the final patch -

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    VCV Rack 0.6 + Bridge + Ableton + LoopBe1

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    TUTORIAL ► VCV RACK ► Sintetizador BÁSICO & INSTALACIÓN ► Español 🎹🎧

    14:48

    #vcvrack #tutorial #musicproduction
    VCV Rack es un entorno de emulación de Eurorack de código abierto. Su desarrollador Andrew Belt ha construido un sistema para simular interacciones entre señales de 0-5 voltios y varios circuitos. Ha emparejado este sistema con una interfaz de usuario que imita las convenciones del uso de Eurorack.

    Instalamos VCV desde cero, ya que ha habido gente que ha tenido problemas al instalarlo, añadimos plugins, con el gestor de plugins y manualmente, y después creamos un sintetizador básico que nos servirán para futuros videos.

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    VCV Rack Patch from Scratch - KoralFX Scorovnik Sequencer

    50:33

    After a conversation I had with a friend about this sequencer, I had to go and try it out, and I got really inspired by it I had to record myself, building a patch from scratch with it. This is actually the second try recording it... In the first try, my face was covering half of the modules I talked about, so I had to discard that one... Oh yes, by the way, I thought it will be nicer to record myself with a webcam during these videos, so it's a bit more personal and I'm not talking just to the screen... :)
    Anyway, I like the result in this one, although there was something weird going on after duplicating the sequencer, but we overcame this.

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    Clouds Tutorial -
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    Valley Amalgam - VCV Rack Tutorial

    48:52

    Man, it took me a couple of hours to figure out how to pronounce Amalgam, and I still didn't get it right... But anyway, this module is such a beauty, it doesn't matter how you call it :)
    Amalgam from Valley, a crazy, deep, divers, stereo signal multiplier, combiner, masher, with 17 different modes like crossfading, ring modulation, signal switching, and more. It has so many cool features that allow you to build whole patches around this module, and add many different colors and timbres to your sound.
    In this video, I go through all of its features and through all of its different modes, building a few patches from scratch, and falling in love with it. By the way, you'll get extra points if you can count all the times I say oh yeah in this video :)

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    Overview - 00:19 Ring Modulation modes - 04:30 Mini-Maxi mode - 11:15 Signal Switch modes - 19:27 X-Fade mode - 23:15 Flip-Flop mode - 28:33 AlphaPWM mode - 34:02 Bit modes - 40:56

    Here are the final patches (I've used Freak from Vult, which is a commercial module) -
    Here you can get Freak -
    Here is a live stream about Interzone and Amalgam -
    Here you can get the Valley modules -
    Here you can get the Animated Circuits modules -
    Kinks tutorial -
    Stages tutorial -
    Entropia tutorial -
    Shift Register tutorial -

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    Good Things Come in Small Modules #6 - Quantum

    26:47

    There are some modules in VCV Rack that I cannot imagine how life was before they existed. One of these modules is Quantum from the ML Modules. Coming from a DAW environment, where the piano roll just lets you enter notes in any scale you want, it's easy to forget how big is the role of the quantizer in a modular environment. Well, Quantum is more than your average give me some voltage and I'll correct it for you quantizer. It has some really nifty features like gate and trigger outputs, a possibility to transpose the scale, and also to use external sources like s&h or your midi keyboard to toggle notes on and off. So in this video, we will start by looking at all the different sections of Quantum, and then we will build a patch from scratch, utilizing all its nice features.

    Here is the final patch -

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    All about Control Voltage in VCV Rack -
    Ions tutorial -
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    ML YouTube page -
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    Hora Rhythm Composer for VCV Rack - Overview & Crazy Beats

    12:52

    I forgot to mention the very usefull 1st and last step outs - nice to sync with other sequencers.
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    Imromptu Foundry - VCV Rack Tutorial

    40:12

    Already in its early stages, I got so much inspiration from Foundry. There are so many things one can do with it, and everything is intuitive and fun. This is indeed the mother of all sequencers...
    Foundry is a 4 track sequencer, with up to 32 steps in each sequence, and with 64 sequences all in all that can repeat themselves up to 99 times. One can build whole songs and compositions with this one... It has many cool features like 7 different play modes, an extra cv output for modulating velocity, cutoff point, and even sending another line of pitch information, it has the advanced gate modes just like in all of the other Impromptu sequencers, and it's even possible to delay the different tracks and add polyrhythmic nuances to your patch. This video is a sort of an introduction to Foundry. I go through all the different features and sections, and I also show how to control it with an external controller.

    *** Update ***
    As of version 0.6.17, the main SEQ/SONG switch behaves like that of the PhraseSeq series of sequencers, thus there may be slight differences with what is shown in this video. The expansion panel was also updated so that in SEQ mode, we can externally control the playing of the sequences.

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    01:01 - Clock Inputs & CV Outputs
    05:48 - Programming a Sequence
    15:50 - Song Mode
    24:24 - TKA Run Mode
    26:41 - Sel & Copy\Paste
    28:04 - Track Delay
    30:24 - Using an external Controller

    Here is the Impromptu collection -
    Phrase Sequencers Tutorial -
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    Using the BeatStep Pro with VCV Rack -
    Recording the Turing Machine -

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    The Basics of VCV Rack #2 - Control Voltage

    20:38

    This video is all about Control Voltage in VCV Rack. What is control voltage, the difference between real world and VCV Rack, what does volt per octave means, a few common uses of control voltage, and what are gates and triggers, and the difference between an attenuator and an attenuverter. This video is more for beginners in VCV Rack and Synthesis in general but also for advanced users who want to know more about control voltage.
    00:39 - What is CV 02:39 - CV in VCV Rack 06:19 - V/OCT 08:08 - CV Range 10:25 - Controlling Pitch 11:44 - Attenuator vs Attenuverter + Cutoff/PWM 16:33 - Gates and Triggers

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    VCV Rack Patch from Scratch - MI Tides in 2 Drunks Mode

    47:58

    Well, I have to say, this mode of Tides is not really my cup of tea, but I guess it's always good to exit the comfort zone for a while, getting new ideas and such. It actually really reminded me of Marbles, how it also has random gate outputs that correspond to their respective cv outputs, the Jitter function, the voltage range, and so on.
    I've started with creating something, well, weird, using two Braids, the Ping Pong delay from mscHACK, and Clouds. I then used a couple of SNS Euclidean sequencers, also from Southpole, and added Plaits and Trummor from Vult. I've also used the EV3 from Squinky Labs, which is actually 3 Even VCO's in one module.
    Here is the final patch -

    Euclidean Rhythms in VCV Rack -
    Clouds Tutorial -
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    Good Things come in Small Modules #3 - Sequential Switch

    24:42

    This video is all about the 2 Sequential Switches from ML Modules. I look at some patching examples and also take a quick look at the Triggered Switches, also from ML Modules. At the end of the video, I show how I built a nice big patch, using a lot of switches...

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    - ZOOM Recorder H6
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    - Behringer Neutron
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    Creating Motion in VCV Rack

    28:43

    If there is something I find important, in any type of music, is motion. It can be the simplest of sounds, a whole composition built around one element, but when there is motion in the sound, the composition is alive and breathing. Motion is life...
    In this video, I show a few modules that are perfect for adding motion and movement to the sound and making the patch a bit more organic and alive. I start with modules that will add some sort of imperfection to the pitch, and then I use a couple of modules that can morph and scan between different sounds and add lots of movement.

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    Detune from Bogaudio -
    Slop from TriggerFish -
    Booty Shifter from Squinky Labs -
    Morph from MSM -
    Pulsars from Geodesics -
    And here is the Pulsars Tutorial -

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    NYSTHI Jira Jira Echo - VCV Rack Tutorial

    23:40

    So this is the first video I make about a NYSTHI module, which was chosen by my Patrons as a video idea. This one is all about Jira Jira Echo, a weird and unique sort of tape delay module, in stereo. You can add up to 6 taps, deactivate the erase head to create a loop, and even receive a signal out of each tap for further processing.

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    Here are the NYSTHI modules -
    Kinks tutorial -
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    - Computer: Intel Core i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz, 4200 Mhz, 4 Cores,
    8 Logical Processor(s), 32Gb RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
    - ZOOM Recorder H6
    - Make Noise O Coast
    - Behringer Neutron
    - Arturia KeyStep + BeatStep Pro
    - Midilar Controller
    - Nektar Impact LX88+
    - Focal Alpha 65 Monitors
    - AKG K121Studio Headphones
    - Steinberg UR 242 Audio Interface
    - Reaper is my DAW

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    VCV Rack / Live Patch / Synthikat

    1:28:42

    Building a patch from scratch in VCV Rack.

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