Trigger all the drums!

This how I look all the time.

Last night I was looking at my DrumDokta and wondered what it would sound like if I triggered all the drum sounds at once. So I ran some voltage from an offset from channel 2 of maths into a multiple and triggered into all the triggers at once. I ended up running out of output on my multiple so i had to trigger the bass drum off the SQR out of the envelator and the accent off of a LFO that was running pretty slowly.

I also ran 3 of the 5 raw oscillators from the expansion into my little bimix mixer and then ran those into SEM20. Then into a VCA so i could make it go WAWAWAWAWAWAWAWAAWA

Snappy, BPF1, and BPF2 are all being modulated for teh awesome.

So even though its been made with the idea that 10ms triggers will are the target it will let you experiment in wonderful ways like this.

Sounds good with umm… not a trigger.. not a gate.. umm.. continuous voltages I suppose you’d call it.

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Rene vs DrumDokta vs Assblaster vs Unkle vs pokey.synth vs Timetable

How I roll

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Gate outs from Rene into DrumDokta. DrumDokta is also feed gates from Timetable and SQR output of Envelator which was triggered by the Timetable.
Quantized output of Rene into Wiard Unkle multed with stackcable into Filter CV in of assblaster.
Assblaster’s noise gate is opened by the timetable.
Timetable’s CV1 output into pokey.synth.

Getting the hang of the gate outs and quantization of the Make Noise Rene.

Noiz 4 Toyz: Toys for tots fundraiser Dec 3

You can tell by the blinky lights

I’m playing a benefit for Toys for Tots this weekend at Dorky’s Arcade (754 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402) kind of excited to try and do more beat based stuff. Its really been coming together for me the more I play with the timetable and the drumdokta.

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Should be a great night for a good cause.