All info about Reverselandfill at SoundMit 2020 – 14/15 Nov
Reverselandfill will join the SoundMit 2020 festival! Discount code: SOUNDMIT2020NOISE This code is active on 14 and 15 november only! For orders over 65,- euro, used in my Etsy shop
SOUNDMIT – International Sound Summit
THE ITALIAN FAIR SPECIALIZED IN SYNTHESIZERS, ELECTRONIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, DJ EQUIPMENT AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR MUSIC AND AUDIO PRODUCTION
10TH EDITION – VIRTUAL EDITION
Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th November 2020
LIVE STREAMING ON WWW.SOUNDMIT.COM
This is an experimental Monotropa prototype with 7 frequency bands of feedback distortion.
This gives you more control over the resonating peaks and shaping of the sound.
Instead of the gain control potmeter, it has a toggle switch that can break the feedback loop, making
it a perfect performance feature.
The Noise is based on 4 Squarewave oscillators that modulate each other,
go through a clock divider and are mixed together to create harsh noise and random control voltage.
The result is often unpredictable and evolving, suitable a source for snares, hihats or as ‘unpure’ audio texture designs.
When the range jumpers on the backside are placed, a whole new beast appears.
Chaotic structured beats, noise rhythms and artifacts are spitted out.
Noise! has got 4 knobs for frequency, 4 CV inputs, 4 outputs, an internal patchbay, range jumpers for OSC1 and OSC2 and several modding possibilities.
Monotropa is a 4 band feedback equalizer distortion module.
It has 6 knobs to control the four resonating frequencybands, set the feedback amount and overall gain.
There are 6 jacks; 2 inputs, 2 outputs and a send and return path that enables you to insert another module in the feedback path.
With this option, you can sidechain the feedback amount.
The Monotropa is an extreme distortion effect and can also be used as an oscillator, CV mutator and resonator.
A five channel audio mixer with 3 outputs for easy feedback routing.
Black panel with 555 pentagram – the extra evil mixer!
The module has three separate outputs, one of which is inverted.
Multiple outputs make it easy to set up feedback patches in your modular system.
The CMIX is a 6 channel mixer for LZX format video signals.
It is used for mixing several sources into complex patterns and shapes.The normal channels add signals together, the inverted channels subtract signals.
The 2nd output allows for (example) a feedback routing option to add complexity and detail.
The Matrix Mixer is a DIY project for adding color control, feedback routings and advanced mixing to your Modular Video system. (LZX format)
There are 3 normal inputs and one interverted input and 3 outputs. The 12 potmeters control the gain, which can be adjusted on the back to 1x or 3x. The 3x gain enables you to do softkeying effects.
Triple Function Generator
The Function Generator is a very useful module to have in a video setup.
You can adjust the “Lights”, “Mids” and “Darks” of the input signal.
Effectively it works a bit like an equalizer, but you can also go negative. This will get you solarised effects.
I setup the design to work as a triple colorizer, as the DIY Cadet system only has a greyscale video input.
With this module, you can easily recolor the incoming images.
The inputs can be normalled together to achieve this.
(there are connection pads on the pcb’s)
Feedbacking this and through module will also give cool results!
The original design is by D.Sandin and L.Larsen