Patchable 0001

3 Module Challenge

New York Modular Society is excited to start off Patchable with a standard. The 3 module challenge! The rules are simple, you can use any three modules you want, no restrictions. Output modules do not count. If you want to use a sequencer, a full voice module and something else that is totally cool! Or get crazy with a random,VCA and delay module. The choice is yours. Get patching!


This Patchable runs from Aug 25th – Sep 2nd

  1. Create an original piece of music following the above challenge.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0001 in the track title.  A completed track title would look like this: Spiral Vortex PATCHABLE-0001.
  3. Upload your track to soundcloud by end of day September 2nd.
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

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Maths sum out to pico dsp in
Maths Ch4 cycle
Maths Ch1 cycle
Maths EOR to Klee Sequencer clock in
Klee Sequencer CV A&B out to Maths Ch4 Both
Klee Sequencer Bus 1 gate out to Pico DSP CV in
Pico DSP out to record


So sick man! What a powerful combination of modules.


My entry for the New York Modular Society’s inaugural Patchable – “The 3 Module Challenge” I decided to make a bleepy bloppy robot fart piece using: Make Noise Maths Make Noise Teleplexer Doepfer A-135-2 quad vca/mixer. Channels 1 and 4 of Maths are cycling. Unity out of channel 1 of Maths has a stackable cable. One is going to an input of the VCA/mixer, and the other is going to aux in 1 of the Teleplexer. Output 1 of the Teleplexer is going to channel 2 of Maths. OR out of Maths is going to Aux in 3 of the… Read more »


Sample and Hold from Behringer Neutron into A, B, Control, Drive and Resonance on Vult Freak Module (used onboard attenuverters) into iPad for Eventide effects.

I cycled through all of the filter models on the Freak as well as each of the modes of the filter (hp, lp, notch, band, etc.) trying to find little sweet spots. I think I found some!


Forgot to mention Freak L output into R input and right output into effects for processing.

Calytrix My patch used Sprot, Erbe-Verb, and QPAS hooked up in a feedback loop. Sprott’s ban-dpass our when into Erbe-Verbe, then Erbe-Verbe’s audio outs went into QPAS. QPAS’s left band-pass out went back into Sprott’s VCA in and it’s smile-pass outs were recorded. Erbe-verbe’s CV out went to it’s absorb, into Sprott’s VCA (inverted), and QPAS’s radiate (R inverted) and Q (inverted). This was used to keep the feedback from going too far out of control. The chaos-pass out from the Sprott was patched back into the VCA diode. Additionally, Sprott’s band-pass and chaos-pass were patched into QPAS’s FREQ input… Read more »

[…] has been over a year since our first Patcahable 0001 – 3 Module Challenge. There have been so many fantastic submissions showing a huge range of expression and creativity […]

forestine I said I’d do them in order and here I am with 0001! Notes: pamela’s new workout, doepfer a-106-5 sem filter, monsoon Monsoon set to Resonestor mode Wet all the way up, feedback all the way up, reverb all the way up, density all the way up, for self-resonance envelope from pam’s into monsoon trig pam’s smooth random quantized into monsoon v-oct audio rate sine into audio in of SEM SEM cv1 is a gate (this was an accident) SEM cv2 is envelope at 100% width SEM band pass and lp/hp into monsoon pam’s quantized triangle into size pam’s… Read more »

Last edited 1 year ago by forestine

I will be running the gauntlet and doing as many of these as I can until November 30th. This is for Patchable 0001, doing the 3 module challenge, using Make Noise Maths, Erbeverb as an “oscillator”, and an Intellijel Quadrax. All funcations are set to various styles of LFOs. The primary rhythms are coming from the different speeds between the two channels of Maths, one assigned to input, and one assigned predelay. Quadrax is controlling size, decay time, tilt, and depth parameters. This patch is very “off the grid.” Enjoy!