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This is a chaotic filter ping patch, based around the Infinite Melody module, which modulates everything and receives the whole system's audio output to create an unstable feedback loop. MORE INFO BELOW

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Audio gear used:
Best of CGS Serge BOG + MARSH
... and some Final Cut Pro X Reverb

Patch Notes:
Phew ... well ... okay, let's try to write that down. The DUSGs and one NCO ping the filter, one Utility LFO plays a constant drone through a modulated Wave Folder. Everything is mixed and sent to the VCF. The LPF output is recorded and the BPF output is acting as noise source for the Infinite Melody, which modulates pretty much everything, including the NCOs pitch. The NCOs act as Clock and Advance trigger sources for the IM. Because the Infinity Melody shit registers need to be constantly filled sequentially using the Advance triggers, weird rhythms can happen when you play with the Clock and Advance speeds (here my NCO square outputs). The Feedback from the BPF output into the Infinite Melody's Noise input then creates chaotic patterns that can be somewhat stable but then break out at the tiniest nudge of a knob.

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