ALAN & Friends [music from VCV Rack]

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davephillips
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ALAN & Friends [music from VCV Rack]

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Greetings !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hH4ilJ9csow

Loopy fun with a Turing machine sequencer, a VST host module, and a bunch of other neat components. See the YT notes for the gory details.

Posted while listening to GMac's excellent rendition of Stormy Monday. :)

Best,

dp

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Re: ALAN & Friends [music from VCV Rack]

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Hi Dave,

Infinitely interesting sonic mayhem with a steady backbeat.. :D

Great video formatting, nice to see the puzzle pieces in action.. keep 'em coming!

Also thanks for the kind words,

Glen

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This modular synthesizer is really awesome, you can assemble any design from it. AMS is already implemented on Linux, but ... VCV RACK more perspective, many people are involved in it (at the expense of Windows users :D ) A huge field for experimentation and creativity. I was inspirit by your sharing while I was studying how to work with it. Gratitude!

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Re: ALAN & Friends [music from VCV Rack]

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psyocean wrote:This modular synthesizer is really awesome...
Yes it is. I've been having great fun with it for a while.

I look forward to the music you'll be making with it. :)

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dp

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