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A little bouncing ball demo. #sdiy #sergesynthesizer #sergemodular Sound is from the smooth generator, pitch modulated by a sequencer . Upper half of the DUSG is a sawtooth modulating the speed of the lower half and triggers the sequencer. Lower half triggers the envelope which controls a low pass gate.
This program steps through 16 outputs.
Ther are still some functions to be developed
- reset (goto step 1)
- disable (stop a current step)
- dynamic gatelength according to clock speed
- step selection by control voltage (no clock)
- and a litte bit of code optimizing
Something more rhythmical. Is this Techno?
The famous Dream Machine patch 6.72 from Allen Strange's book "Electronic Music: Systems, Techniques & Controls".
There was no human interaction during the recording.
Some recently built Serge modules, schematics by Ken Stone.
CGS114 DUSG (Dual Universal Slope Generator), two CGS92 SSGs (Smooth and Stepped Generator), CGS34 ASR (Analog Shift Register).
Also a Polivoks VCO, an LFO by Niklas Rönnberg, a Fonitronik Buchla Voltage Processor and an ASM-1 VCA (used as a mixer).