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VOICE

Our modular and our voices. A rare combination, indeed.

Think of a band. One of the beauties of modular is that it allows us the ability to effectively perform the music of multiple members of a band without looking like this:

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None the less, the modern modular musician rarely embraces their inner vocalist and brings a voice into the mix. This of course does happen on occasion, but it’s pretty uncommon. It’s understandable that some modular artists don’t have a five octave range and prefer not to be the singer. There is no shame in that. However, this shouldn’t stop us from using our voice in alternative ways, perhaps even as a tool.

There’s lots of interesting ways to use your voice in modular, be it as vocals, or otherwise.

THE CHALLENGE

Use your voice! However you’d like. Of course, this Patchable welcomes singing – but it also will celebrate alternative methods to integrate our voices into the modular performance. We encourage you to make your voice an integral aspect of the performance; feel free to also explore more than one of these techniques if you wish. 

Here are some ideas to get started: 

  • Pre-record & sample! Read a poem out loud, tell us a story, hum a tune, sample and enjoy. Fine tune to taste. Chop it up, process it, sequence it. Go HAM.
  • Modulate it! Some lucky few of you have vocoders or talk boxes, but there are other ways to bring your voice into your machine in interesting and creative ways. A Ring Mod for example will get your voice sounding pretty alien. Mic into the signal input, then use an oscillator output into the carrier and before you know it things will start sounding like robots, aliens, haunting radio transmissions and more. Walker Farrell and Make Noise made a really fun video about this process about a year ago – check it out
  • Real time processing! Very similar to sampling, but challenge yourself to do it all in real time. Send your voice right into the modular, and as you talk and sing, experiment with different ways to manipulate and morph it. A granular module would certainly be a fun starting point.
  • Turn into a modulator! Turn your voice into a modulation source, envelopes, with a simple envelope follower. Lots of modules have envelope followers which allow you to turn the relative volume of your voice into modulation. Between Maths or Disting I’m guessing most reading now already have the ability.
  • Sing! Obviously! What a strange and unfamiliar notion! 

HOW TO PLAY

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS THROUGH THE MONTH OF JUNE.

  1. Create an original piece of music using the framework above. For normal Patchable submissions, please detail about what times in the performance you implement each step, and what they are.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0027 in the track title and the number of the patchable you chose. A completed track title would look like this: NICEVICE PATCHABLE-0027
  3. Upload your track to Soundcloud. 
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

PLAY YOUR PATCH LIVE

If you would like to play a performance on Patchable Performers, please contact @saddleuptherobots or @vcloki on Discord to apply for a time slot.

Don’t forget to press record (!) and then post your set after the show.

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STEREO

Have you spent any time on Modular Grid looking at new modules recently? I know you have. Don’t lie. It’s unflattering.

I’m sure we’ve all noticed there’s no shortage of stereo modules now available. In fact, stereo has been a common module feature for at least the past year.. It may actually be more bizarre to see a big module released nowadays that’s mono only. 

There’s a reason for this: stereo in modular is seriously freaking cool! Patches are more immersive, making it easy to discover new textures not feasible in mono. Your tracks simply become much more varied and unique, setting you apart from other modular artists. It creates a much more active listening experience for your audience. 

There was a time when stereo wasn’t all the rage in eurorack. For many years most modules released did not prioritize stereo patching. Around 2018/2019 the field widened – but chances are most of the modules you have in your rack weren’t explicitly designed for stereo use. 

You know the drill. It’s time to get creative and change that. 

THE CHALLENGE

Build a stereo patch – optimally without using modules inherently designed for stereo (dual L&R outputs). That said, we here at NYMS really, really dig stereo patches – so we won’t explicitly forbid the use of stereo out modules, (especially if it means we get to hear some really cool music or sound design as a result), but that’s not really in the spirit of a Patchable. With some creative patching, mono modules can be patched for stereo output. Take charge and find ways to create stereo patches from modules that were not explicitly made for this task. 

Here are some neat tricks to help you accomplish this: 

  • To set up the audio chain you do not need much – it’s as simple as duplicating a single VCO output. A buffered mult, or normalled VCA works fine. Send those to a dual (or more) VCA which can be fed into the left and right of your mixing board / audio interface. 
  • Now, make things interesting by using unique envelopes with different timing to feed into the VCAs. If you time your gates to have them fire at opposite timings, or use something like the EOC on Maths to fire a gate over to Envelope A once Envelope B finishes, you can very quickly and easily recreate the classic “ping-pong” effect! 
  • Another fun way to get a stereo patch going is to use multi-output modules, like a VCO with 2+ waveform outputs, or a filter with LP & BP outs (or any combination…HP & Notch, whatever). Send one to Left VCA and one to Right VCA and you have diversified sound already. This can get dizzying and unsettling for a listener on headphones if the two sounds are high frequencies or really unique from one another – so take caution…unless you actually want to make your listener uneasy. You sadist. 
  • One way to correct for some of this instability is by using mid-side processing. It is a technique for “widening” your stereo field and creating a fuller stereo image by taking 2 channels of audio and creating two new channels – the Sum and the Difference. iZotope explains the concept better, but essentially the Mid = the sum or overlap of L+R inputs, and the Side = difference of the L+R inputs. To achieve this you need a module that can give you the sum and difference outputs of any two unique inputs. Kinks, LRMSMSLR, SumDiff were all made to do this…but what about a module that nearly all of us have🤔

HOW TO PLAY

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS THROUGH THE MONTH OF MAY.

  1. Create an original piece of music using the framework above. For normal Patchable submissions, please detail about what times in the performance you implement each step, and what they are.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0026 in the track title and the number of the patchable you chose. A completed track title would look like this: SurroundedSound PATCHABLE-0026
  3. Upload your track to Soundcloud. 
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

PLAY YOUR PATCH LIVE

If you would like to play a performance on Patchable Performers, please contact @saddleuptherobots or @vcloki on Discord to apply for a time slot.

Don’t forget to press record (!) and then post your set after the show. Needless to say, we recommend watching this one wearing headphones.

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REPETITION

The pleasures of sequencing.

Sequencers are an absolutely essential tool for the aspiring and established modular musicians alike. One of the main draws to modular is the variety of seriously cool and unique sequencers. There’s no shortage of our lovable HP hogs out there, each offering their owner an ability to craft a rhythm, pattern, riff or melody all their own.

Unfortunately, there’s the downside to sequencing. More often than not, phrases can become repetitive, really, really repetitive. You may start with a nice sequence but as it plays while you proceed to build your track it can begin to feel less interesting, and a lot more irritating. And while there’s even some science to prove that we as humans really like repetition in music, the modular musician may want greater variation and complexity.

Patchable encourages learning by means of embracing challenge, head on. So this month we’re going to learn about avoiding repetition by creating a whole lot of it.

THE CHALLENGE

This month’s challenge tasks the performer to use just one sequencer track to perform an entire composition. Build it, mult it, then slice, sample, modulate, divide, and do whatever it takes to keep things fresh. Here are some ideas to get you started: 

  • Switch things up: Use a switch (or better yet, a sequential switch) to move the phrase around your system, into and out of different modules
  • S&H the result: Send your sequence into a sample and hold; use it to create a new derivative of the original
  • Remember your sequencers built in functionality: Bust out the manual! Transpose, retrigger, set conditions, change the run length, fill, divide, anything and everything
  • Apply logic: Use gate logic to give your sequence an entirely new feel
  • Vary the sound itself: Push your pattern using filters and effect modules, create feedback loops, distort and destroy, build a sound bath with endless reverb and delay, use that Beads you inevitably just bought and granularize it into something entirely new…
  • Modulate it!: Duh. Your 1V/Oct input may be repetitive, but that doesn’t mean the other CV inputs need to be
  • Reset: Don’t forget about your reset functionality. Using that in creative ways and with unique timings can lead to interesting new variances on your existing sequence

HOW TO PLAY

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL.

  1. Create an original piece of music using the framework above. For normal Patchable submissions, please detail about what times in the performance you implement each step, and what they are.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0025 in the track title and the number of the patchable you chose. A completed track title would look like this: AgainAndAgainAndAgainAndAgainAndA PATCHABLE-0025
  3. Upload your track to Soundcloud. 
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

PLAY YOUR PATCH LIVE

If you would like to play a performance on Patchable Performers, please contact @saddleuptherobots on Discord to apply for a time slot.

Don’t forget to press record (!) and then post your set on Soundcloud after the show.

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POLYTIME

Polyrhythms and polymeters.

No, don’t close the page! I promise this is more fun than it sounds! 

Two often confused and conflated concepts in music. They aren’t so hard to understand though – really. They are also incredibly valuable to learn. If you get these down the complexity of your percussion will be leveled up, practically overnight. Once you understand what these concepts are, and most importantly, what is the difference between them, you’ll be ready for this month’s Patchable. Best of all, there are lots of ways to achieve them in Eurorack.

THE CHALLENGE

Create a track which liberally uses polymeters, polyrhythms, or both to seriously spice up your percussion! Learn all about both using the resources below, and avoid conflating the two concepts like many teachers, musicians, and even some manufacturers (lookin’ at you, Arturia!) have over time.

Now, on with the cheat sheet!

POLYMETERS 

Defined: 

When you have two tracks in your modular playing at two separate time signatures. They share a tempo, but the length of each phrase varies. Or, even simpler put: the number of beats in your loops are each different, but the BPM is the same. 

Some Well Known Examples:

Use Case:

Polymeters are best used to…

  • To create more interesting drum patterns
  • To extend a loop or make a loop feel less repetitive
  • To give your kick and snare (or any two drum tracks) a seemingly different beat

Getting started in Eurorack:

To get you polymetric groove going you’ll need a minimum of two sequencing lanes. Either across 2+ sequencers, or a single sequencer with multiple tracks. Simply change the number of steps in each track you’re off to the races! 

Example: Set one sequencing lane or track to 16 steps and another for 12 steps. Have them both work off the same clock. Boom! You have a 4/4 & 3/4 polymeter going. E-Z!

Some common hardware examples which can help you achieve this include 

  • A single sequencer with multiple tracks (SQ-1, Performer, Five12, etc)
  • Any 2+ single track sequencers
  • A clock divider with multiple outputs (Doepfer A160-2)
  • Beatstep Pro with 2.0 firmware installed (though they called it Polyrhythms in the release notes…)

POLYRHYTHMS

Defined:

Two tracks with the same phrase length and time signature, but the number of beats in each are different. Each group takes the same amount of time to play, and the “1’s” always align, but the number of steps in between the 1’s will vary. 

Some Well Known Examples:

Use Case:

Polyrhythms are best used to…

  • Intertwine different tempos in your music
  • Have the listener feel a “push & pull”, almost dizzying, effect of your rhythms
  • Show off

Getting Started in Eurorack:

In this case reset functionality and clock dividers/multipliers are your friend. Again, the trick is to vary your rhythms, but have your “1’s” align. Programming one sequencer to play triplets, and the other to play standard 8th or 16th notes is a path to success assuming you send a simultaneous reset into both tracks. 

A clock divider / multiplier with multiple channels of outputs and a single reset in will also do the trick (PNW, Doepfer A-160-2, etc). Try this out to start:

  • Main clock rate = 120 
  • Reset in = /8
  • /4 in sequencer A
  • /5 in sequencer B

Have fun!

TL;DR: Use PNW for this one. Or maybe a Subharmonicon. 

HOW TO PLAY

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH.

  1. Create an original piece of music using the framework above. For normal Patchable submissions, please detail about what times in the performance you implement each step, and what they are.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0024 in the track title and the number of the patchable you chose. A completed track title would look like this: PolyWantASnareDrum-0024
  3. Upload your track to Soundcloud. 
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

PLAY YOUR PATCH LIVE

If you would like to play a performance on Patchable Performers using polyrhythms, polymeters, or a sample of a polymeter playing polyrhythmic (…), please contact @saddleuptherobots on Discord to apply for a time slot.

Don’t forget to press record (!) and then post your set after the show.

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PATCH: TCG

We’ve all been there. In front of your rack, ready to go, but don’t know how to begin. Or, you’ve built a phrase, loop, sound, whatever, that you really like – yet you don’t know where to take it next. Or, you’ve bought a new module, but don’t know where to begin with integrating it. OR…

You get the point. Even the best of us sometimes need a mechanism to inspire creativity. That was, and remains, a big part of why we created Patchable. Thankfully, there are other resources available to us that help draw out new thinking. 

Patch: The Card Game, released by well-known modular synthesist James Cigler late last year, is a card game that pushes a modular musician to make patch choices they may not otherwise think to make. It is a tool designed to expand skills and creative thinking when patching  a modular synthesizer. Draw inspiration based on the challenges presented on the cards, and work through them in a patch.

As Patchable purveyors NYMS was naturally super into this idea. We’ve partnered with James to put together a very special Patchable, and episode of Patchable Performers (February 26th, 9pm) to highlight Patch the Card Game, and show just how inspiring these cards can be. NYMS performers + James himself will take on the Patch: TCG Patchable, which has been modified slightly to fit a live performance environment. Details can be found below.

THE CHALLENGE

The first 3 sections of this are to be done before the show to prepare. This is the prepared performance each artist will perform. Nearing the end of the set, performers will do the last disruption live on air, in real time.

  • Use one of these Abstractions to begin building your set.
    • Start patching with your least favorite module
    • Goal is to use every cable you can
    • Only gates can be used as modulation
    • Use audio rate for your clock
  • Halfway into the set, pick one Progression & adapt.
    • Modulate the clock rate
    • Tune VCOs to a chord
    • Add noise
    • Sway your attack and decay times
  • After another few minutes, use one Disruption to keep going!
    • Choose any module, set its control at maximum
    • Choose any module, patch every connection
    • Choose any module, unpatch every connection
    • Choose any module, self-patch an input to an output
  • Finally, it’s time to flip a coin! Flip it live and show the audience the result; use this to close out.
    • If it’s heads: Unpatch the CV inputs on all your oscillators
    • If it’s tails: Unpatch the pitch inputs on all your oscillators

HOW TO PLAY

Note: no purchase required to participate

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY.

  1. Create an original piece of music using the framework above. For normal Patchable submissions, please detail about what times in the performance you implement each step, and what they are.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0023 in the track title and the number of the patchable you chose. A completed track title would look like this: TheGameisAFoot PATCHABLE-0023
  3. Upload your track to Soundcloud. 
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

PLAY YOUR PATCH LIVE

If you would like to play that show alongside James Cigler and other NYMS performers, please contact @saddleuptherobots on Discord to apply for a time slot.

Don’t forget to press record (!) and then post your set after the show.

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MIXING IN MODULAR

While many musicians like to refer to January as ‘Jamuary’ – NYMS might have to rename the month Mixuary. We recently announced a special show with Steady State Fate to celebrate the release of their new character mixer, Vortices, with performances by NYMS favorites and renowned electronic musician Boys Noize. That’s on Saturday January 23rd at 4pm, and is NOT to be missed. In anticipation of this event, we made this month’s Patchable all about mixing too! 

Mixers and mixing techniques in modular are stupid cool! While most musicians consider the mixer an essential tool to simply get sound into your audience’s ears, in eurorack it can mean so, so much more. In addition to regular ol’ logarithmic response audio level mixers we have:

  • Linear DC coupled mixers for CV
  • Character mixers which offer an added layer of sound design
  • Matrix mixers for combining and mangling multiple audio and CV sources
  • Mid-side processors to extract another image of your sound, and widen stereo field
  • Spatializers / frequency balancers which boost your EQ
  • Polarizers and signal inverters to negate and reverse your voltage’s polarity

The list is practically endless. However, the real beauty about modular is that, while buying new modules to help with these tasks is always fun, recreating them with what you have and some patch cables is even better! 

THE CHALLENGE

This month’s challenge is to experiment with some mixing techniques you perhaps have yet to embrace in your patches. Use a mixer you already have and get creative! Explore your system and create some new ways to manipulate, route and process both your sound and CV. Here are a few thought-starters for anyone interested:

Instead of audio, mix some CV:

This is a simple one. Route multiple CV inputs into a DC-coupled mixer and manipulate the attenuation of each channel. The result will be a distinct CV signal that can be modified on the fly, and offer your patch some seriously unique modulation. 

Feedback patching:

In its simplest form, feedback is achieved by routing the output of a module back into its input. Try sending the final output of your mixer back into a single channel, then on the other channels add and subtract new frequencies and listen to how your sound alters or distorts. Experiment.

Frequency Balancing:

Often known as EQing – there’s no shortage of ways to create better depth of sound in your eurorack patch. Easy enough is to just use filters. LP, HP, BP and Notch outputs can all place your signal in various bands of the frequency spectrum. Mixing them together will give you a cleaner, overall less muddy output. Add some panning variance to each signal to give yourself a nice stereo field playground! No Soundstage required! 

Dry/Wet Mixing:

Mult your audio signal. Send one copy to an effect module and then into the mixer. Another directly into the mixer. Now you have a means of layering your sound, and controlling dry/wet – simultaneously. This same concept can also be used to give a mixer send/return duties. 

HOW TO PLAY

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY – DEADLINE JAN 31.

  1. Create an original piece of music. It does not have to be a complete track. Ideas are welcome.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0022 in the track title and the number of the patchable you chose. A completed track title would look like this: ReturnToSender PATCHABLE-0022
  3. Upload your track to soundcloud by end of day, January 31st. 
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

PLAY YOUR PATCH LIVE

Thursday Jan 28 is our Patchable Performers live show. If you would like to play that show please contact @saddleuptherobots on Discord to apply for a time slot. Once confirmed prepare a 15-20 minute performance using this month’s Patchable. Don’t forget to press record (!) and then post your set after the show.

A note about Patchable Performers: this show is curated for the NYMS community to showcase their art and creativity. We book only after a Patchable’s unveiling and not in advance. Other NYMS shows are booked mostly through February and March. If you are interested in playing live on our Twitch channel, we highly recommend you inquire to play Patchable Performers, and show off your ideas! 

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Formant

Formants have this strangely pleasing effect that is somewhat intangible.  We know it is not a voice, but the hint of vocal sounds pique our interest. There are many ways to go about this, you might decide to use a wavetable oscillator loaded up with some vowel waveforms. Or maybe you want to run your drum mix through a vocoder to add some formant timbres. Wavefolding, modulated at audio rates, can yield interesting vocal results. Multi-peak filters, like fixed filter banks or many other options out there can also supply you with some rich vocal-like sounds. One of the most tried and true methods is an audio rate modulated resonant filter.  Here is a patch example for how to achieve this effect

A v/oct input can act as an exponential FM input. However an exponential FM input can act as a v/oct input, but may not be perfectly calibrated for pitch.

THE CHALLENGE

This month we challenge you all to explore various vocal synthesis techniques. Create a patch exploiting at least one formant or vocal synthesis technique. You are, however, free to use as many techniques as you like. You are free to write an entire song or simply create a single sound. Your submission can be structured or unstructured.  You can you any equipment as long as you also use a modular synth in your submission.

HOW TO PLAY

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER – DEADLINE DECEMBER 31ST

  1. Create an original piece of music. It does not have to be a complete track. Ideas are welcome.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0021 in the track title and the number of the patchable you chose. A completed track title would look like this: Spiral Vortex PATCHABLE-0021
  3. Upload your track to soundcloud by end of day, December 31st.
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

PLAY YOUR PATCH LIVE

Saturday, Dec 30th is the next Patchable Performers live show.  If you would like to play that show please do not post your patchable until after the event.  Instead contact @saddleuptherobots or @vcloki on Discord to apply for a time slot.

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REPATCH

It 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 from our community. Maybe you saw a Patchable that interested you, but did not have the time to join in.  Maybe you saw one but did not have a module needed or a solid grasp on the technique required. Maybe you learned something from a past Patchable and want to do a new version. Regardless of circumstance, now is your chance to go back and Repatch.

For the month of November, we want to revisit our past challenges by asking you to select a Patchable from the past. Peruse the wide variety of challenges from sound design, synthesis techniques, music theory and module deep dives. Feel free to listen to previous submissions for inspiration or just for fun. All previous Patchable challenges are listed at the bottom of this page for convenience.

THE CHALLENGE

Select and execute a Patchable from the past. You are free to write an entire song or simply create a single sound. Your submission can be structured or unstructured.  You simply must use a modular synth in your submission and nature as inspiration for your patch.

HOW TO PLAY

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER – DEADLINE NOVEMBER 30TH

  1. Create an original piece of music. It does not have to be a complete track. Ideas are welcome.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0020 in the track title and the number of the patchable you chose. A completed track title would look like this: Spiral Vortex PATCHABLE-0020-0009
  3. Upload your track to soundcloud by end of day, November 30th.
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

PLAY YOUR PATCH LIVE

Saturday, Nov 28th is the next Patchable Performers live show.  If you would like to play that show please do not post your patchable until after the event.  Instead contact @saddleuptherobots or @vcloki on Discord to apply for a time slot.

Submissions

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Sinister Sounds

Draw forth your malevolence from the black depths of your psyche.  Call upon spirits and demons to fill you with dark energy.  The time to feast upon treats and deal mischievous tricks is upon us. This month you shall weave a wicked spell of sinister sound to defile the ears of unsuspecting listeners.

THE CHALLENGE

Create a patch most foul and heinous. A miasma of modular music that would turn the stomach of underworld beasts. Draw inspiration from horror movies, scary stories and the fear of the void that dwells in us all.

You are free to write an entire song or simply create a single sound. Your submission can be structured or unstructured.  You must use a modular synth in your submission but are free to use other equipment.

HOW TO PLAY

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER – DEADLINE MIDNIGHT ALL HALLOW’S EVE

  1. Create an original piece of music. It does not have to be a complete track. Ideas are welcome.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0019 in the track title.  A completed track title would look like this: Spiral Vortex PATCHABLE-0019
  3. Upload your track to soundcloud by end of day, September 30th.
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

PLAY YOUR PATCH LIVE

Thursday, October 22nd is the next Patchable Performers live show.  If you would like to play that show please do not post your patchable until after the event.  Instead contact @saddleuptherobots or @vcloki on Discord to apply for a time slot.

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Nature

September brings the transition from Summer to Fall reminding us of the world outdoors.  We’ve spent the bulk of our time indoors for over six months and let’s face it, we all need the soul soothing nature offers. This months Patchable encourages you to draw inspiration from nature.

Patch the sound of a chirping bird in a nearby tree or wind blowing through leaves and chimes.  Create the sound of waves crashing on the shore or footsteps in wet sand. Go underwater to design the sounds of whalesong and bubbles escaping sea anenome.  Generate the sound of a field of locust or a swarm of bees.  The options are nearly endless but the choice is yours.

THE CHALLENGE

You are free to write an entire song or simply create a single sound. Your submission can be structured or unstructured.  You simply must use a modular synth in your submission and nature as inspiration for your patch.

HOW TO PLAY

THIS PATCHABLE RUNS FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER – DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 30TH

  1. Create an original piece of music. It does not have to be a complete track. Ideas are welcome.
  2. Include the suffix PATCHABLE-0018 in the track title.  A completed track title would look like this: Spiral Vortex PATCHABLE-0018
  3. Upload your track to soundcloud by end of day, September 30th.
  4. Include a link to your track and patch notes in the comments below.

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