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After spending a few days figuring out how to get things running, I finally jammed on two-thirds of my new Serge Modular system for the first time, using the CGS BOG and SWAMP panels. The MARSH will join the two soon. PATCH NOTES BELOW!

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Audio gear used:
Best of CGS BOG & SWAMP Boats

Patch Notes:
The two NCOs are driven by the Sequencer Programmer which plays four two-note chords. All audio goes through the low pass filter, being modulated by one DUSG decay envelope. The other DUSG modulates a VCA through which White Noise is fed to create a percussion sound. One Utility LFO is the master clock. The other LFO is running at audio rate at constant pitch, going through the modulated Wave Multiplier into the Mixer with the Noise and the two VCOs. The mix is then sent through the VCF. The Gated Comparator acts as the main modulator in this patch, changing both DUSG's decay envelope times, PWM of the VCOs and wave folding of the Utility LFO (which creates the "melody" on top of the chords).

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My always up-to-date modular synths on ModularGrid:
Klangbau Rack: Modulargrid
Rumburak: Modulargrid

Questions or comments? Go ahead and post them below! Thanks for watching! Check out my channel for more Synthesizer Music.

Filmed with a Canon 500d (Rebel T2i).

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"swampy" Very cool. Nice musical vibe going on there. Can you explain a bit more the sequencers and how you are using them.

Jan 2018
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