Hypersonic Division Test, A Micro Glitch Soundscape

Sunday Synth JamHypersonic Division Test, via A Box In The Sea, is a Eurorack + Octatrack ‘micro glitch soundscape’. 

Here’s what he has to say about it:

I’ve been thinking a lot about the time modules I have (4ms SCM & Breakout, Turning Machine, Maths, G8 and Rene). Numbers and the like have never come easy to me. Yet I’m in love with math. I just have to go at it from my own way to make sense of what’s in front of me. Thanks for watching Please post questions and comments below 🙂

GEAR:

I’m using the A4 CV outs for multiple LFO’s (Via Grayscales fantastic module “Synapse” http://grayscale.info/modules/synapse/) and pitched/short circuited drum sounds.

The harmonic content is coming from the Braids Eurorack Module triggered by the Turing Machine and processed through the Tiptop ZDSP and the Red Panda Particle.

3 thoughts on “Hypersonic Division Test, A Micro Glitch Soundscape

  1. AND now I want a Red Panda Particle. Are there any other good options for granular effects? Or granular synthesis in general? I really like the texture it adds to music.

  2. Such a great idea to incorporate some DIY work space into the studio. A studio really is a work in progress so why not bring in the tools and workbench! Great setup and nice atmospheres

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