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Playlist of VCV Rack Tutorial #3

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    TUTORIAL ► VCV RACK ► Sintetizador BÁSICO 3 ► Español 🎹🎧

    23:31

    SUSCRIBETE!!!! 👉💥 💥
    Continuamos con un nuevo tutorial de VCV creando un nuevo sintetizador desde cero, pero esta vez lo complicamos un poco más añadiéndole un secuencidador (SEQ3) y además usamos una LFO y una ADSR para controlar un poco mejor el filtro, al final hemos obtenido un sonido ACID 303 increíble!

    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.

    Enlace al Patch que he creado en el tutorial


    Grupo de VCV Rack en Español en Facebook:



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    #vcvrack #tutorial #musicproduction

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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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    Animated Circuits Cozmic Oscillator - VCV Rack Tutorial

    22:53

    Well, the time has finally come that I'll make a video about this beautiful module, and what a better occasion than the new release for VCV 1.0
    The Cosmic oscillator got a new look and it's now called Cozmic (as in the CZ synth from Casio). In this video, I go through all of its features (00:19), and then I build a patch from scratch (06:39), utilizing some of those features.

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

    Here is the final patch -
    Here you can find the Animated Circuits open beta -

    Consider subscribing -

    Here is a list of the modules I've used :
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    Impromptu - Clocked , Geodesics - Branes , BogAudio - Mixer, LLFO, ADSR, Walk , Valley - Plateau , Holonic - Lazy Susan , Animated Circuits - Cozmic , AS - VCA, ADSR, ReScale , Erica Synths - Black Octasource , Vult - Slap , Lindenberg Research - West Coast , ML - Quantum , Alright Devices - Chronoblob2

    You can get VCV Rack here -

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

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    SoundCloud -

    ***FOLLOW ME HERE***

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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
    - M-Audio Midisport Midi Interface
    - Make Noise O Coast
    - Behringer Neutron
    - Arturia KeyStep + BeatStep Pro + DrumBrute + MicroFreak
    - Midilar Midi Modules
    - Intellijel 7U case
    - Make Noise Morphagene
    - Expert Sleepers ES-3 + ES-6
    - Nektar Impact LX88+
    - Focal Alpha 65 Monitors
    - AKG K121Studio Headphones
    - Motu UltraLite mk4 Audio Interface
    - Reaper is my DAW


    #vcvrack #modularsynth #eurorack #synthesis

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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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    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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    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...

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

    Here are all the different patches -

    Chord G-1 Tutorial -
    Utilities Tutorial -
    Spectral Madness Tutorial -

    Consider subscribing -

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

    Bandcamp -
    Spotify -
    SoundCloud -

    ***FOLLOW ME HERE***

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    Patreon -
    Facebook -
    Instagram -
    Twitter -

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

    14:48

    SUSCRIBETE!!!! 👉💥 💥

    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.

    Entrevista a Richard Stallman en Universo Paralelo








    Vult Modules:



    Visita mi web:

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    #vcvrack #tutorial #musicproduction

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    Creating basic percussive sounds in VCV Rack

    30:42

    In this video, I show some ways of creating basic percussion sounds in VCV Rack. As a sound source, I've used a couple of oscillators, a noise generator, and even some triggers.

    Interesting Rhythms video -
    Topograph Tutorial -

    Support my work by buying my Music :) -

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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!
    Follow me:
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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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    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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    The Basics of VCV Rack #1 - Introduction

    9:49

    *** Here is what's new in VCV Rack 1.0 - ***

    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 -


    ***FOLLOW ME 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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    STS Odyssey - VCV Rack Tutorial

    28:18

    Oh boy, what a treat! A full synthesizer, based on the ARP Odyssey, but with many more cool features, in VCV Rack. This synthesizer sounds great, and according to the developer, there are more features to be added in the future. We've got 3 oscillators plus a low-frequency oscillator, two envelopes, S&H, low-pass, and high-pass filters, crazy modulation routings, and much more, all in a very CPU efficient package. In this video, I go through all of the different sections of this beautiful module and taking a closer look at how this synthesizer is working.

    STS modules -
    *** It already got an update, and the VCF MOD slider is working :) ***

    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***

    Website
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    Lets build ANOTHER Generative Patch in VCV Rack

    22:29

    So it's been a while since the first video I made about building a generative patch, and so many things have changed since so I thought maybe it's a good idea to have a new take on this concept.

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

    Here is the final patch -
    Here is the first video -
    All about Polyphony in VCV -

    Consider subscribing -

    Here is a list of used modules (all can be found in the manager) :
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    BogAudio - Mixer, S&H, LLFO, Walk2, FM-OP , Valley - Plateau , Squinky Labs - Gray Code, Slade , Repelzen - Re-Win, Re-Trig , VCV - VCA, Split , Audible Instruments - Bernoulli Gate (Branches), Texture Synthesizer (Clouds) , nysthi - MVerb , ML - S&H , Alright Devices - Chronoblob2 , Wiqid - DADR , JW - NoteSeq 16 , Blamsoft - XFX Wave

    You can get VCV Rack here -

    Thanks so much to Johno Wells and his lovely daughters for the And Gals samples! -
    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 YOU CAN FIND MY MUSIC ***

    Bandcamp -
    Spotify -
    SoundCloud -

    ***FOLLOW ME HERE***

    Website -
    Patreon -
    Facebook -
    Instagram -
    Twitter -

    *** 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
    - M-Audio Midisport Midi Interface
    - Make Noise O Coast
    - Make Noise Morphagene
    - Behringer Neutron
    - Arturia KeyStep + BeatStep Pro + DrumBrute + MicroFreak
    - Midilar Midi Modules
    - Intellijel 7U case 104 HP
    - Expert Sleepers ES-3 + ES-6
    - Nektar Impact LX88+
    - Korg nanoKontrol 2
    - Focal Alpha 65 Monitors
    - AKG K121Studio Headphones
    - Motu UltraLite mk4 Audio Interface
    - Reaper is my DAW
    - Izotope Neutron 3 & Ozone 8


    #vcvrack #modularsynth #eurorack #synthesis

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    VCV Jam #3

    4:33

    First patch with Rack 1.0, using seven Plaits (Macro Oscillator 2). The fading of parts at the beginning and end of the video was controlled by a MIDI Fighter Twister during the recording. Delays are from multiple instances of Chronoblob, and reverb is from Native Instruments RC-48.

    Recorded using OBS in one take with no overdubs.

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    #VCVRack #modularsynth

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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 ***

    Bandcamp -
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    SoundCloud -

    ***FOLLOW ME HERE***

    Website -
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    Facebook -
    Instagram -
    Twitter -

    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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    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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    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 -

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


    All about Control Voltage in VCV Rack -
    Ions tutorial -
    Kinks tutorial -
    ML YouTube page -
    ML Modules -

    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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    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

    Subscribe to Computer Music's YouTube channel for more artist videos and tutorials:

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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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    Starlings Meta - VCV Rack Tutorial

    33:59

    Meta from the Starling VIA collection is amazingly deep and capable of producing a wide range of signals from drums and percussion, wavetable oscillators, complex LFOs, weird gate patterns and much more. In this video, I go through its features, building a couple of patches from scratch, utilizing its capabilities. The Starling VIA collection is also available as hardware so if you own Meta or thinking of buying it, I hope that this video can give you some idea of what it is and what it can do. Don't forget also to check out the built-in presets.

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

    00:20 - Introduction 02:31 - Patch 1 21:52 - Patch 2

    Here are the final Patches -
    You can find a couple of extra patches on my Patreon page -
    Here is a live stream I made about the Starling collection -
    GateSeq Tutorial -
    Marbles Tutorial -

    Consider subscribing -

    Here are the modules I've used :
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    Impromptu - Clocked , Geodesics - Branes , AS - Mixer , Valley - Plateau , Starling - GateSeq, Meta , 21kHz - Palm Loop , Vult - Slap, Tangents , BogAudio - ADDR SEQ , ML - Quantum , Alright Devices - Chronoblob2 , Befaco - Even VCO , Audible Instruments - Random Sampler

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

    Bandcamp -
    Spotify -
    SoundCloud -

    ***FOLLOW ME HERE***

    Website -
    Patreon -
    Facebook -
    Instagram -
    Twitter -

    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
    - M-Audio Midisport Midi Interface
    - Make Noise O Coast
    - Behringer Neutron
    - Arturia KeyStep + BeatStep Pro
    - Midilar Midi Modules
    - Intellijel 7U case
    - Make Noise Morphagene
    - Nektar Impact LX88+
    - Focal Alpha 65 Monitors
    - AKG K121Studio Headphones
    - Steinberg UR 242 Audio Interface
    - Reaper is my DAW

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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.

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

    Here are the final patches -

    Here is a list of the modules I've used
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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 -

    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***

    Website
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    Facebook
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    Patch Storage
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    SoundCloud
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    Pinterest
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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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    Whats new in VCV Rack 1.0

    15:31

    Congratulations everyone, VCV Rack 1.0 is out and about! There are some really nice new features added, and in this video, I go through most of them including Polyphony, Midi mapping, Midi out, and much more. Let me know in the comments if I missed something you think is worth mentioning, and also what is your favorite new feature. Mine is the new Zoom feature :)

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    Menus\Plugin Manager\Zoom\Other cool new features - 00:23
    Polyphony - 05:47
    Midi out\Midi mapping - 11:15

    All about Polyphony in 1.0 -
    Midi Mapping in 1.0 -
    Download VCV Rack here -
    Here is the Midilar video -
    Here is the full changelog -

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    *** 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
    - M-Audio Midisport Midi Interface
    - Make Noise O Coast
    - Behringer Neutron
    - Arturia KeyStep + BeatStep Pro + DrumBrute
    - Midilar Midi Modules
    - Intellijel 7U case
    - Make Noise Morphagene
    - Expert Sleepers ES-3 + ES-6
    - Nektar Impact LX88+
    - Focal Alpha 65 Monitors
    - AKG K121Studio Headphones
    - Motu UltraLite mk4 Audio Interface
    - Reaper is my DAW


    #vcvrack #modularsynth #eurorack #synthesis

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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 -

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    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

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    Hora Modules VCV Rack Tutorial - Relief, Amplitude, Twin Quartet, Timbre

    17:46

    In this video, I will take a closer look at a few of the Hora modules. The Twin Quartet LfO and Amplitude, which are free modules, and Relief and Timbre, which are commercial modules. I start with the Twin Quartet (01:11), the twin LFO module, with various phase outputs, I continue with Timbre (06:21) a voltage controlled filter with an accent input and send and return for the resonance, and I finish with Amplitude and Relief (10:54), a VCA/mixer/inverter, also with an accent input and also an auxiliary input, and Relief is a complex envelope generator, with a trigger delay section and a level detector. I go through all of their features, with examples, of course, and here you can find all the different patches -

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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 -

    Here you can find my music -

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    TUTORIAL ► VCV RACK ► TURING MACHINE ► Español 🎛🎛

    12:26

    SUSCRIBETE!!!! 👉💥 💥
    Continuamos con un nuevo tutorial de VCV viendo los entresijos de este maravilloso módulo de secuencias aleatorias basado en la maquina de turing!

    El módulo Turing Machine para VCV Rack se basa en un proyecto open source , diseñado por Tom Whitwell de Music Thing Modular que está Inspirado en la máquina de Turing que el matemático Alan Turing ideo en 1936.


    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.



    STELLARE MODULAR - Turing Machine


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    Videos utilizados:
    A Turing Machine - Overview


    Music Thing Modular - Turing Machine mk2 TEST PLAY




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    VCV Rack Patch from Scratch - Additator from Bogaudio

    31:44

    In this video, I build a patch from scratch in VCV Rack concentrating on the Additator oscillator from Bogaudio.
    Here is the result -
    Here is the final patch -
    Branes Tutorial -
    Stages Tutorial -

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    Mutable Instruments Warps- VCV Rack Tutorial

    33:27

    Sometimes, there are modules that you don't know how deep they are until you make a video about them, and Warps is one of them...
    The Meta Modulator from Audible Instruments, AKA Warps from Mutable Instruments is a lean mean crazy sounds machine, capable of adding those weird glitchy sounds to any patch, and it's even equipped with a built-in oscillator and a few vocoder modes. If you're looking for something to spice up your patches, add yourselves some Warps.
    In this video, I go through all of its section and algorithms, building a couple of patches from scratch, and having me some fun.

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    Overview - 00:17 Crossfade - 01:35 Crossfolding - 06:32 Ring Modulation - 11:018 XOR Modulation - 18:35 Comparison and Rectification - 22:47 Internal Oscillator - 27:00 Vocoders - 29:25

    Here are the patches and the sample - (I've used Knock from Vult, which is a commercial module) -
    Here you can get Knock -
    Here you can download the Audible collection -
    Here you can find the Vult modules -
    Here are the Animated Circuits modules -
    Geodesics collection tutorials -
    More Audible Instruments tutorials -

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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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    Modular System Beginner Tutorial #02: S&H, Gate, Trigger ... with VCV Rack

    11:36

    Starting patch:

    Ending patch:

    Keep knobbing!

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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

    The 1st Part -
    The Vult Modules -

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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.
    You can download the patch here:

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    Have fun!

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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 is the final patch -
    Here are the NYSTHI modules -
    Kinks tutorial -
    You can get some extra patches on my Patreon page -

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    *** 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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    VCV Rack Sneak Peek at Incubus from Vult

    26:29

    ***It's released!!!***
    The actual demo starts at 04:37
    And here is an overview by Leonardo from Vult -
    Here is a sneak peek at an upcoming module from Vult, the nightmare synthesizer Incubus. A demonic all in one synthesizer, with 2 oscillators, 2 envelopes, a built-in LFO, a built-in random source, delay and space effects, and more cool features. I start with a few demo patches, to get the feel of this synth, and then I go through all of its features. This module is still not released but should be out soon.
    Here is the Vult website -
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    VCV Rack Generative - Cloud Dreaming

    11:02

    Time to put on those headphones, lay back and relax.

    VCV Rack patch. Cloud Dreaming is a Generative Patch that self-generates randomly. JW Modules NoteSeq is a brilliant module for random sequencing. I used 3 to produce overlapping sequences that are clocked at different speeds never playing the same thing twice (nearly).

    VCV Rack is amazing and just at the right price. The Moogs are taking a back seat today but I am working on something with them and VCV Rack. Lets see what happens eh?

    Thanks to Omri Cohen and his fantastic VCV Rack channel that put me onto this.

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    Recommended Playlist - Modular Semi Self-generating






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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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    Karplus Strong with VCV Rack

    2:53

    Download the patch here:

    Hafe fun!

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    Autodafe Drum Modules for VCV Rack - Trig Seq +Kick+Snares+Hats

    1:28

    Testing my Trigger Sequencer with the first 3 Drum Modules: Kick, Snares and Closed Hats. Each Module has 8 samples of vintage drum machines

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    Sequence variations with Sequencers Gate Outs in VCV Rack

    12:05

    Just want to share with you this technique which is really awesome to add sonic progression into any simple sequence. You can make whole new world with just triggering AD envelopes from sequencer's gate outs! Hope you'll like it!
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    Chaining Multiple Turing Machines in VCV Rack

    24:12

    The original Turing Machine MKII module has 2 expansions- Pulses and Volts, and it's possible to daisy chain a few Volts expansions together, and control them with one main Turing Machine. Unfortunately, it's not possible to make the connections in VCV Rack, but in this video, I'm showing a sort of a workaround for how to chain a few Turing Machines together, and create a nice long complex sequence. The main idea behind this technique is using Sequential Switches and running a few Turing Machines through them to any destination possible. The result is quite interesting and complex.

    Here is the final patch -
    Here is the previous video -
    Here is the Sequential Switch Tutorial -
    Here is a tutorial I did a while ago on the Turing Machine -


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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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    Talking Rackheads - Episode #12 - VCV Rack

    1:10:20

    Full Program Notes & Time Markers below...

    Build a Patch Part 3

    00:22 - Introduction

    01:29 - 1st Patch - Intro to Clocked & Delayed Clock Functionality

    07:16 - 1st Patch - Play through & Breakdown

    08:51 - 1st Patch - Alternate Voicings

    12:00 - 2nd Patch - Clocked & Swing Functionality

    18:10 - 3rd Patch - Odd Pattern Lengths & Clock Divisions

    30:08 - 4th Patch - Irregular clocking of LFO's

    36:04 - 5th Patch - Basic look at Clock Divs & Mults

    49:51 - 6th Patch - Interstellar type organ sequences

    53:11 - End chat.....

    59:37 - SBP playout & Quick early look at Tact

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    Lets build a Buchla-Style Patch in VCV Rack

    24:21

    Well, I can only hope to own once a Buchla of some sort, but for now, I'm experimenting in VCV Rack :)
    This is my attempt at building a Buchla style patch, using mostly modules from the Nysthi collection that are modeled after and inspired by existing Buchla modules.

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

    Here is the patch -
    Here you can get the Nysthi modules -
    Hora Spectral Processor -
    Lindenberg Research Westcoast -
    Additive Synthesis in VCV Rack -

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    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
    - M-Audio Midisport Midi Interface
    - Make Noise O Coast
    - Behringer Neutron
    - Arturia KeyStep + BeatStep Pro + DrumBrute + MicroFreak
    - Midilar Midi Modules
    - Intellijel 7U case
    - Make Noise Morphagene
    - Expert Sleepers ES-3 + ES-6
    - Nektar Impact LX88+
    - Focal Alpha 65 Monitors
    - AKG K121Studio Headphones
    - Motu UltraLite mk4 Audio Interface
    - Reaper is my DAW


    #vcvrack #modularsynth #eurorack #synthesis

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    VCV Rack / Live Patch / Synthikat

    1:28:42

    Building a patch from scratch in VCV Rack.

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    VCV Rack Patch from Scratch - BordL from bIdoo

    38:48

    This week's chosen module was BordL from the Bidoo collection.
    BordL is an interesting sequence, which has the ability to add pulses to each step and create weird sequences. I also liked the fact that it has another row for unquantized voltage, very nice for adding accents and such.
    Here is the patch -
    Here is the patch video -

    Boolean Logic Tutorial -
    Rampage Tutorial -
    DHE Envelope Modules Tutorial -
    Here you can find the Aepelzens Modules - Windows -
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