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In this video, we'll explore the two newest offerings from XAOC: the Koszalin stereo frequency shifter and the Timiszoara multi-effects unit. It's gonna get bleepy. Get these modules for yourself at Perfect Circuit: XAOC Koszalin - 🤍 XAOC Timiszoara - 🤍 00:00 intro 00:37 combo glitchy patch 02:08 Koszalin as a phaser 02:51 Timiszoara reverb bank 1 06:05 Timiszoara reverb bank 2 07:37 Timiszoara shimmers 09:48 Techno beats with Koszalin pings 14:14 Timiszoara tap tempo delays 16:58 Timiszoara stereo delays 18:17 Koszalin robot beats 19:43 Timiszoara Dual bank patch 20:41 final thoughts Join the Patreon and get access to music, presets, samples, and a great community. Join Patreon: 🤍 Find my music here: Bandcamp: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 YouTube Music: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Amazon Music: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Connect: Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Join the Patreon and get access to music, presets, samples, and a great community. Join Patreon: 🤍 Find my music here: Bandcamp: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 YouTube Music: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Amazon Music: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Connect: Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍
This is an in-depth look at Sofia, the new ‘transcendent waveform analog oscillator’ from 🤍xaocdevices13. It uses a unique implementation of ‘FOF’ synthesis that combines a base tone with two ‘ripple elements’ to generate waves that don’t really sound like anything else. In the video, I give a brief run-through of how this works, and build six patches that show off the range of sounds available with various techniques. I don’t get too heavily into self-patching or disabling the ripple element tracking, both of which will open up an even bigger sonic palette, but hopefully you’ll get a decent idea of what it’s capable of. Chapters: 00:00 Preview and introduction 01:58 Overview (WTF is FOF?) 07:17 ‘Filtering’ with ripple elements 10:48 Three-part techno synth 13:45 Drifting ambient sequences 16:21 Extreme folding and filtering 19:08 Exploring audio-rate FM 24:08 Modulation to the max Big thanks to Xaoc Devices for hooking me up with Sofia for this video. All opinions are my own. Find out more about Sofia (and check out the excellent manual to learn more about FOF synthesis) at 🤍 A lot of the patches in this video make use of the Xaoc Devices Moska II sequencer. I previously made an in-depth video about that module, which you can watch here: 🤍 More stuff from me: 🤍 🤍 🤍
This is a variation on one of the patches in my previous video about the Xaoc Devices Sofia, which uses the Moska II sequencer to drive both a melody line from Sofia and a five-voice harmony part from Odessa. By feeding copies of the main sequence into five sample-and-holds (in Mutable Instruments Stages), and using a clock divider (the Doepfer A-160-2) to trigger them at five different intervals, we get an evolving ‘chord’ texture that’s based on the notes from the sequence, which in this case is a minor 7th/9th arpeggio with a couple of extra notes. Modulation comes from the SSF/DivKid RND Step and the New Systems Instruments Quad LFO. Effects come from the Zoom MS-70CDR pedal for Sofia, and Calsynth Monsoon (an expanded clone of Mutable Instruments Clouds) for Odessa. Chapters: 00:00 Opening jam 01:37 Patch principles 03:05 Sofia voice 04:16 Odessa voice 07:31 Further variations See my other Xaoc videos: Exploring Sofia from Xaoc Devices: 🤍 8 things to try with Xaoc Moskwa II: 🤍 More stuff from me: 🤍 🤍 🤍
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This is a video about creative uses for low-frequency oscillators, or LFOs. It's focused on the Xaoc Devices Batumi quad LFO, used here alongside the Samara II utility module. Although Batumi has been around for nearly a decade now, it’s still one of the best options for anyone looking to add some powerful LFO-based modulation to a Eurorack system. You can just use it as four very capable independent LFOs, and that’s probably what a lot of people end up doing. But if you dig a little deeper into the modes which link all four channels, and pair it with a mixing and utility module like the Samara II, you can do all sorts of weird and wonderful stuff with it - from generating more complex waveshapes right through to drum pattern triggers and polyphonic arpeggiation. If you own one or both of them, I hope this video gives you some ideas for things to try, and even if you don’t own these specific units, quite a few of these techniques can be achieved with other modules. Thanks once again to Xaoc Devices for the hook-up. All opinions are my own. For more info on these modules, visit 🤍 More stuff from me: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Chapters 00:00 Introduction and patch previews 02:00 Module overview 05:03 Mixing and frequency modulation 08:27 Tracking and retriggering 10:18 Sequencing with sample & hold 12:40 Divide mode for drum triggers 15:07 Pseudo decay envelopes 17:42 Polymetric triple arpeggiator 20:45 Waveshaping with clamp mode 23:16 Oscillator with phase modulation 25:52 Shuffled drums in Phase mode 27:52 Switching LFOs in Scan mode
Here's the Kamieniec from XAOC Devices fulfilling all your phaser needs and more! Turns out to be a nice little noise machine on it's. It will do warm and subtle phasing through to more obvious swooshes and onto bonkers territory. Hit like and subscribe for more videos every week and hit the Patreon link below to see how you can support my channel. 🤍
The XAOC Devices Moskwa II Rotosequencer is a sly powerhouse of sequencing fun. Its expander, the Ostankino, adds some extremely creative possibilities that can drive modulation or events in your system as well as completely change how the Moskwa responds. Let's dive into what makes this sequencing system special and how you might use it! Grab these both at Perfect Circuit: Moskwa II: 🤍 Ostankino II: 🤍 glow cables my modbang: 🤍 No talking jam video of this here: 🤍 XAOC Moskwa II and Ostankino sequence the Noise Engineering Cusus, Basimilus, and Loquelic Iteritas. Effects from Tip-Top z5000, 4ms DLD, and NE Imitor Versio running Electus firmware. Tip-Top Z5000: 🤍 Noise Engineering Cursus Iteritas: 🤍 Noise Engineering Imitor Versio: 🤍 Noise Engineering BIA: 🤍 Noise Engineering Loquelic Iteritas Percido: 🤍 00:00 intro 00:46 Moskwa basic operation 03:36 step options 07:43 custom mode 09:03 step repeat 10:11 micro-patterns 12:31 mini jam 14:14 transport and misc 15:30 Ostankino input modulation 21:05 Ostankino output modulation 26:20 recap 28:27 outro jam Thank you for watching. My name is Jeremy, and this is Red Means Recording. I've been making music for a few decades now, and this channel is a place to make music and to talk about the tools and techniques to make music with. We'll use synths, drum machines, modular gear, and software. If you'd like to support the channel, I have a Patreon: 🤍 I have music as "Jeremy Blake" on all the major services: Bandcamp: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Google Play: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Amazon Music: 🤍 I have some merch here: 🤍 And you can connect with me here: Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍
This video is about Erfurt and Lipsk, which are part of the Leibniz Binary Subsystem from Xaoc Devices. The ‘conventional’ starting point for the subsystem is the Drezno module, which lets you convert analogue audio and CV signals to 8-bit digital, perform various operations on the digital bits, and convert them back, which opens up all manner of unique effects. But in this video, I show an alternative way to start exploring this intriguing digital universe: the pairing of Erfurt and Lipsk. I explain how these two modules - which are in essence a binary counter and a set of switches - offer a unique and much simpler way to bring an 8-bit dimension to your modular setup. More importantly, I show you how you can use them to make music - generating rhythms, melodies and modulation, not just strange noises and effects. Chapters: 00:00 Introduction and patch previews 02:02 Overview: what is a binary counter? 07:45 Drum pattern generator 11:32 Rhythmic modulation source 14:39 Mono pitch sequencer 20:26 Poly pitch & modulation sequencer 25:13 Sub-oscillator stack Thanks to Xaoc Devices for hooking me up with Erfurt and Lipsk for this video (all opinions are my own). More info on Erfurt: 🤍 …and Lipsk: 🤍 I’m planning to cover more of the Leibniz Binary Subsystem on this channel later this year. In the meantime, if you want to know more, I highly recommend these videos by Monotrail Tech Talk and BRiES: 🤍 🤍 🤍 More stuff from me: 🤍 🤍 🤍
In this 2nd video on the Leibniz subsystem from Xaoc devices I have a closer look at Erfurt & Jena, as well as chaining modules in the system. Erfurt is a great stand-alone clock divider and pattern generator, but can do audio mangling and complex patterns within a larger setup. Jena is more dependant on other modules, and especially works well with Drezno. But it offers wave shaping, wavetables, complex pattern generation, CV and audio mangling, and a lot more. Patreon: 🤍 Affiliate links: Affiliate links: Perfect Circuit - US - 🤍 Sound of You - EU 🤍 Clockface - AS - 🤍 Follow my channel 🤍Monotrailmusic if you are interested in my music! Timetable: 00:00 – Intro & sounds 01:33 – Erfurt & clock divisions 05:21 – Erfurt patch 1 06:25 – Erfurt patch 2 06:50 – Erfurt patch 3 07:35 – Erfurt & chaining 09:24 – Erfurt patch 4 10:09 – Erfurt patch 5 10:47 – Erfurt patch 6 11:54 – Erfurt patch 7 12:16 – Erfurt patch 8 13:20 – Erfurt patch 9 14:17 – Erfurt patch 10 14:43 – Erfurt patch 11 15:12 – Jena 22:21 – Jena patch 1 23:01 – Jena patch 2 23:43 – Jena patch 3 24:26 – Jena patch 4 25:12 – Jena patch 5 26:13 – Jena patch 6 26:58 – Jena patch 7 28:11 – Jena patch 8 29:09 – Jena patch 9 Special thanks to Legendary & Crazy Patrons: Michael Rutchik Wayne Cowan Steve Williams Glnds Kickroot Christoph von der Heyden Giorgio Festa Sebastijan Semiz James thompson Let’s connect!: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Bandcamp: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 #xaocdevices #jena #erfurt
Read our IN-DEPTH article : 🤍 With their long awaited entry into the effects world, Timiszoara brings the XAOC Devices flavor of DSP to your Eurorack system, containing no less than 176 effect algorithms for delays, reverbs, and more. Based on the ubiquitous Spin FV-1, Timiszoara provides fully stereo input and output and voltage control over three parameters per algorithm, as well as the dry/wet mix. But where things get exciting is through the Scan and Next inputs, which allow different algorithms to be recalled either with continuous voltages or stepped through sequentially with gate and trigger signals. Additionally, thanks to microSD slot on the front, Timiszoara is continually malleable and supports the loading of additional effects, whether its a cool algorithm found online or your own personal code. Transform time and space in your modular rig with Timiszoara. Don't forget to Like and Subscribe for more synth videos. +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ Perfect Circuit is an independent electronic instrument shop with an online store at 🤍 and a Burbank showroom at 2405 Empire Ave. Open seven days a week, 12-8 PM, get your hands on the most excellent gear! Follow us on our socials. Follow us on Instagram. 🤍 Follow us on Tik Tok 🤍 Follow us on Facebook 🤍 Follow us Twitter 🤍
This channel is supported by my Patreons, become a member here : 🤍 Support the page by buying through these affiliate link : EU Xaoc Koszalin : 🤍 Xaoc Zadar : 🤍 Moog Mavis : 🤍 US Xaoc Koszalin : 🤍 XAOC Zadar : 🤍 Moog Mavis : 🤍 Hello there! Today we will test this new module from Xaoc, the Koszalin stereo Frequency Shifter. It is a kind of effect I never experimented with before, so it was very interesting to learn about it. Definitely aimed to a more experimental use, I have to say that the range of sounds that this thing can generate is really impressive. I will use Moog Mavis as sound source and some envelopes from Zadar. Enjoy! More Oora: Instagram 🤍 Bandcamp 🤍 Spotify 🤍
XAOC Devices Odessa is a variable spectrum harmonic cluster oscillator…. Well what the hell does that actually mean? In its most basic terms it means that Odessa is a harmonic oscillator, it uses a number of sine waves (partials) to create a more complex waveform. It can function in one voice mode, 3 or 5. Each voice has access to 512 partials to create the waveform. So when we are using all five voices we have a total of 2560 partials!! #soniclab #xaocdevices #euroack Frozen Reverbs Racks for Live: 🤍 Subscribe to Sonicstate on YouTube for new content! 🤍 Watch Sonicstate's Exclusive Series: Sonic LAB: 🤍 Meet The Makers: 🤍 Sonicstate Performances: 🤍 Sonic TALK Podcast: 🤍 NAMM 2020: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Podcast/iTunes: 🤍
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Analog oscillator Sofia from Xaoc devices was one of the modules that caught my eye during Superbooth 22. Over the last month I have been able to mess around with it and explore its sounds! In this video I explain what ripple elements are. Give an overview of the front panel with its functions and features. And then I dive into a series of patch ideas. The chapter ‘Basic patches’ has mostly simple patches with raw audio demos. And ‘Advanced patches’ has a few examples of more complex ideas with effects in a musical setting. Patreon: 🤍 Affiliate links: Perfect Circuit - US - 🤍 Sound of You - EU 🤍 Clockface - AS - 🤍 Follow my channel 🤍Monotrailmusic if you are interested in my music! Timetable: 00:00 – Intro & sounds 01:05 – Ripple elements 02:56 – Sofia overview 05:31 – Basic patch 1 07:02 – Basic patch 2 08:28 – Basic patch 3 10:09 – Basic patch 4 11:21 – Basic patch 5 13:10 – Basic patch 6 13:49 – Basic patch 7 14:41 – Basic patch 8 15:18 – Advanced patch 1 18:10 – Advanced patch 2 18:40 – Advanced patch 3 19:10 – Advanced patch 4 20:35 – Advanced patch 5 21:50 – Advanced patch 6 22:43 – Advanced patch 7 24:05 – Advanced patch 8 Special thanks to Legendary & Crazy Patrons: Michael Rutchik Wayne Cowan Steve Williams Glnds Kickroot Christoph von der Heyden Giorgio Festa Sebastijan Semiz James thompson Let’s connect!: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Bandcamp: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 #eurorack #xaocdevices #sofia
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Modular effects have stepped up their game over the last years, and the new Xaoc devices Timiszoara is a great example of this! It comes with 176 great sounding algorithms on an SD card. But the module has an open-architecture, meaning people can write and use their own effects as well, and you can easily exchange and manage those. On top of that there is great CV control over the parameters, so you can modulate the effects in detail, and truly incorporate them in your sounds. And that is what I’ll focus on in this video. After a quick overview of the functions and features of the Timiszoara, I show a series of patch ideas in a few different categories of effects. Patreon: 🤍 Affiliate links: Perfect Circuit - US - 🤍 Sound of You - EU 🤍 Clockface - AS - 🤍 Follow my channel 🤍Monotrail if you are interested in my music! Timetable: 00:00 – Intro & sounds 00:59 – Timiszoara overview 03:04 – Reverb 07:38 – Delay 12:01 – Distortion 15:31 – Glitch Granular & More Special thanks to Legendary & Crazy Patrons: Michael Rutchik Wayne Cowan Steve Williams Glnds Kickroot Christoph von der Heyden Giorgio Festa Sebastijan Semiz James thompson Let’s connect!: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Bandcamp: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 #eurorack #xaoc #timiszoara
For more details and specs, head over to 🤍 Filters are a staple of many setups – modular or not. But this week’s First Look takes a look at a surprisingly nifty eurorack module from Xaoc Devices that delivers 5 filters for the price of one. We’ve been big fans of Xaoc Devices for a long time having loved their Odessa and Moskwa modules too. So, when we got our hands on their latest device, we patched in the 8HP device straight away and tested it out, exploring its super smooth filter curves and pushing it into new territory with some jams. - Kit Used: Xoac Devices Zagrzeb - 🤍 Verbos Electronics Harmonic Oscillator - 🤍 Frequency Central Little Melody Generative Sequencer - 🤍 1010 Music Bitbox Micro Compact Sampling Module - 🤍 Doepfer A-190-3 USB MIDI to CV & Gate Interface - 🤍 Erica Synths Modulator Drum Series - 🤍 Eowave Zone BF Dual LFO - 🤍 Erica Synths Black Stereo Delay - 🤍 Doepfer A-145-4 Quad LFO - 🤍 Doepfer A-180-2 Multiples - 🤍 Blood Cells Audio D.O.MIXX 5Ch Mono To Stereo Mixer - 🤍 - 00:00 – Intro 00:51 – Filters Overview 02:19 – Extra Controls 03:51 – Glitched Garage Jam 05:44 – Stand Tall Overtones Jam 07:37 – Amen Breaks Jam - Follow Juno Studio on Facebook - 🤍 Follow Juno Studio on Instagram - 🤍 Sign up to our mailing list - 🤍
A sonic Demo of Belgrad, variable peak multimode state variable filter model of 1976 by Xaoc Devices, 14hp module skiff friendly. More info: 🤍 Patch notes: The sound source is given by Mutable Instruments Plaits. The module is played live with no initial modulations. In the second part of the video, some modulations given by LFO (Batumi by Xaoc Devices) are inserted. Some modulations go through an attenuator to dose the quantity. The Belgrad is also controlled by a sequence generated by a varigate4+. The only effect used is the 2hp Verb at the end of the audio chain. Note that not all features of the Belgrad were consider. _ Andy Morello Born in 1973, Andy is involved in electronic music, productions and remixes, since a long time. His research is aimed at finding the link between improvisation and programming. Either playing live or in his studio, Andy travels through rarefaction, granularization, dub, techno and experimentation: a sort of extemporaneous sound installation, created on the spot, unique. From 2017, Andy is deeply passionate to modular synthesis, starting from 2018 the Milano Modulare community, coordinating in 2019 the realization of the first modular day in Milan “Connessioni a modular journey” realized in partnership with Machine Jockey and LePark. Never exhausted, Andy opens in 2020 the Voltage Creative Studio, a recording studio dedicated to musicians, vocalists and producers, which aims to become a reference point both for Milan modular community and for “modular based” productions and sound design. LINKS: YouTube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍
The Leibniz subsystem from Xaoc devices is a line-up of modules that work with 8-bit conversion. It’s a unique concept that allows for a lot of interesting signal manipulation and generation. In this video I explain what 8 bit is, and how it’s implemented in this line-up, using Drezno and Lipsk. Of course, there are multiple chapters with patch ideas and audio demos as well. Patreon: 🤍 Affiliate links: Perfect Circuit - US - 🤍 Sound of You - EU 🤍 Clockface - AS - 🤍 Follow my channel 🤍Monotrailmusic if you are interested in my music! Timetable: 00:00 – Intro & sounds 01:28 – Leibniz subsystem 02:53 – 8 bit & Drezno 12:51 – ADC patch 1 14:09 – ADC patch 2 14:55 – ADC patch 3 15:58 – ADC patch 4 17:09 – ADC patch 5 18:11 – DAC patch 1 19:32 – DAC patch 2 20:14 – DAC patch 3 21:32 – DAC patch 4 22:41 – DAC patch 5 23:36 – Lipsk 24:51 – ADC + DAC patch 1 27:06 – ADC + DAC patch 2 28:21 – ADC + DAC patch 3 29:00 – ADC + DAC patch 4 29:47 – ADC + DAC patch 5 30:10 – ADC + DAC patch 6 31:26 – ADC + DAC patch 7 Special thanks to Legendary & Crazy Patrons: Michael Rutchik Wayne Cowan Steve Williams Glnds Kickroot Christoph von der Heyden Giorgio Festa Sebastijan Semiz James thompson Let’s connect!: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Bandcamp: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 #eurorack #xaocdevices #drezno
Welcome back and hi to the new subscribers! In this video, I’m taking a look at a few creative approaches to 8-step sequencers in Eurorack, and specifically the Xaoc Moskwa II, which has become a mainstay of my system. There’s so much more to 8-step sequencers than might first meet the eye, so here I’ve come up with eight patches which explore everything from transport tricks to randomisation - I’ve even turned it into a kind of oscillator by the end. It’s not an in-depth tutorial about the Moskwa specifically (although some patches do make use of some of its special features), but hopefully it’s general enough to spark a few ideas, whatever you’re using. As always, your questions, comments and feedback are very welcome. If you enjoyed this, please like and subscribe! Finally, it’s been a couple of weeks since I last posted cos I’ve been pulling together a little album with the best of my Jamuary tracks polished up a bit. Check it out on Bandcamp here: 🤍 Chapters 00:00 Intro and preview 01:39 Overview of the Xaoc Moskwa II 03:28 #1 Polymetric patterns 04:50 #2 Flipping and skipping 06:43 #3 Transposing 08:33 #4 Pauses and bursts 10:09 #5 Ratchets and randomisation 12:05 #6 Splitting to two voices 13:50 #7 Two for the price of one 15:56 #8 Sequencer as an oscillator? Key modules used: Xaoc Moskwa II - 🤍 ALM Busy Circuits Pamela’s New Workout - 🤍 Jak Plugg Nano Rings - 🤍 Dannysound Cali Osc - 🤍 Dannysound EN129 - 🤍 Joranalogue Filter 8 - 🤍 Joranalogue Contour 1 - 🤍 SSF/DivKid RND Step - 🤍 AI Synthesis AI003 envelope - 🤍 AI Synthesis AI004 filter - 🤍 More stuff from me: 🤍 🤍 🤍
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The brilliant Batumi quad LFO module from XAOC Devices with the Poti expander (adds switches for the jumper settings on the back on the module). Fire away with any questions and comments as always. Hit like and subscribe for more videos every week and check the Patreon link below to see how you can support my channel. 🤍
Zagrzeb from Xaoc devices is a great, compact and smooth stereo filter. That makes it perfect to deal with complex stereo signals. But how to make these? In this video I go over the functions and features of Zagrzeb, but also share lot’s of ideas for pre-filter stereo patches. Both with basic synth-ingredients, as well as a couple of dedicated stereo modules. Patreon: 🤍 Zagrzeb / Affiliate links: Perfect Circuit - US - 🤍 Sound of You - EU 🤍 Clockface - AS - 🤍 Follow my channel 🤍Monotrailmusic if you are interested in my music! Timetable: 00:00 – Intro & sounds 01:14 – Zagrzeb overview 02:27 – Basic module patches 03:29 – Patch 2 05:03 – Patch 3 05:50 – Patch 4 06:10 – Patch 5 07:13 – Patch 6 07:51 – Patch 7 08:37 – Patch 8 09:09 – Patch 9 09:50 – Patch 10 11:08 – Patch 11 11:55 – Patch 12 12:24 – Stereo module patches 14:25 – Patch 2 16:26 – Patch 3 17:38 – Patch 4 19:31 – Zagrzeb patches 20:28 – Patch 2 21:11 – Patch 3 21:48 – Patch 4 22:35 – Patch 5 Special thanks to Legendary & Crazy Patrons: Michael Rutchik Wayne Cowan Steve Williams Glnds Kickroot Christoph von der Heyden Giorgio Festa Sebastijan Semiz James thompson Let’s connect!: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Bandcamp: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 #monotrail #stereopatches #zagrzeb
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Let me know if there are modules in my collection you'd like me to make a video on! 🤍 LINKS: Stream my music! - 🤍 Merch! - 🤍 Hit 2,500 subscribers and I'll giveaway a Make Noise Skiff w/ Power!! In this video we're diving deep into a variety of ways to utilize the Xaoc Devices Batumi. With 4 different operating modes and 12 LFOs at your disposal the possibilities are endless!
In this video I cover the Xaoc Sewastapol II Eurorack Module. In this video I cover the overview of the module, how to route synth signals through external pedals and effects. I also cover how to hook up a guitar or microphone into your synth through the Sewastapol. This module is absolutely amazing if you want to extend your synth beyond the confines of your case. In this video I run guitar through a Qu-Bit Data Bender. I also use a Noise Engineering Manis Iteritas as a primary voice, and an ST Modular EFI Filter as a filter. 0:00 - Intro 0:50 - Features Walkthrough 2:10 - Envelope Follower 3:50 - Comparator 4:46 - Manual 5:38 - Synth through pedals 7:53 - Guitar into Sewastapol - Envelope Follower 13:19 - Guitar into Sewastapol - Comparator Demo 17:28 - Jam 21:09 - Microphone Demo 21:57 - Outro 🤍 - All of my stuff is posted here 🤍 - They make amazing stuff 🤍 - Hang out with cool people here
FULL TIMING LINKS/INDEX BELOW XAOC Devices absolutely killing it with Belgrad. It's a unique approach to the dual filter concept with a great character that's highly influence by input level and the range of interactive controls. You can span the two filters but the sound always goes through both allowing you to create phase style sweeps on top of low passes or dual bands create formant style peaks and troughs. It also makes for a nice dual oscillator when self oscillating, takes to modulation like a trooper and is all round awesome. Go XAOC! TIMING INDEX / SECTIONS 00:36 Overview Sound, input level, span, cut off, resonance, balance, modes, audio and CV inputs, attenuators, XM cross modulation, SM self modulation (feedback). 03:07 filter types, sweeps and sounds Double slope low pass, low pass + band pass, low pass with pass band notch, double notch, low pass + high pass, double band pass, band pass mode, high pass with pass band notch, band pass + high pass, double slope high pass. 10:08 sequence and nodulation saw wave acid style sequence with a range of CV modulation added to all inputs. 15:32 Audio rate modulation audio rate modulation of FM/cut off, resonance, balance and span. Vowels, formants and total awesomeness! 19:42 Tito Switch XM and SM, cross modulation and self modulation. Added drive, character and grit. 22:24 Self oscillation / dual oscillator Using the self oscillation with high resonance and dual filter core we can span and balance between two self oscillating resonance points for a dual oscillator style set of sines. With the Tito switch we can add cross or self modulation for more character and unique waveshapes and these sines also FM beautifully. 26:44 Modulation and mangling drums Audio rate modulation, filter sequencing, looping envelopes and LFOs bend and twist a drum beat. MORE BELGRAD VIDEOS Mangling Beats - 🤍 Dark Drones - 🤍 You might also like the XAOC Devices Kameniec - 🤍 Subscribe for more DivKid videos: 🤍 Be awesome! Support me on Patreon - 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Koszalin is a great sounding DSP based frequency shifter from Xaoc devices. It’s big knob allows for very precise control over the shifting. It offers stereo inputs, and two stereo outputs. And great internal feedback options. This all makes it a great and fun to explore sound design tool. In this video I go over the functions and features of Koszalin, and dive into a series of patch ideas and audio examples. Patreon: 🤍 Affiliate links: Perfect Circuit - US - 🤍 Sound of You - EU 🤍 Clockface - AS - 🤍 Follow my channel 🤍Monotrailmusic if you are interested in my music! Timetable: 00:00 – Intro & sounds 01:07 – Koszalin overview 03:43 – Basic patches 08:34 – Advanced patches Special thanks to Legendary & Crazy Patrons: Michael Rutchik Wayne Cowan Steve Williams Glnds Kickroot Christoph von der Heyden Giorgio Festa Sebastijan Semiz James thompson Let’s connect!: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Bandcamp: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 #eurorack #xaoc #koszalin
XAOC Devices Odessa is a - wait for it - Variable Spectrum Harmonic Cluster Oscillator. An interesting FPGA based module. Edd takes us on a 5 Minute journey through it's sonic landscape. It uses the principle of additive synthesis controlled by a set of carefully tailored macro parameters to harness thousands of sinusoidal partials that altogether form the resulting sound. The series of harmonics can be squeezed or spread apart, tilted, and pruned by a comb-like frequency response, resulting in a variety of unearthly sounds. Furthermore the VCO provides Through-zero linear FM and detuneable clusters of up to five voices. Frozen Reverbs Racks for Live: 🤍 Subscribe to Sonicstate on YouTube for new content! 🤍 Watch Sonicstate's Exclusive Series: Sonic LAB: 🤍 Meet The Makers: 🤍 Sonicstate Performances: 🤍 Sonic TALK Podcast: 🤍 NAMM 2020: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Podcast/iTunes: 🤍
Running a rhythmically gated oscillator through 🤍xaocdevices13 new frequency shiftor module and a mild reverb and patching some LFOs here and there.
POCZDAM is a routing and switching utility module for the LEIBNIZ BINARY SUBSYSTEM. It hosts a lot of inputs and outputs that you can use to extract bits (gates) from the selected source or to send your own signals in to route somewhere else in your patch. POCZDAM also features a built-in clock that you manually need to connect for it to have any influence on the system. POCZDAM is really intuitive to work with but everything really much depends on remembering what you connected to which Leibniz inputs and outputs of Poczdam. While preparing for the video there were a few of times where I was profoundly confused just because I forgot the order in which I chained the modules. As a result of this, I thought a lot about how to concisively demonstrate the functionality of the module, which is not as straightforward as it might seem because you need to know the order of every part of the chain to be able to make sense of it. I decided to just follow the patch examples that are described in the manual, as a safe-guard to make sure there's no confusion which module is routed how and what the expected result of the patches is. I mentioned somewhere in the video that ERFURT counts from 0 to 127 (128 states) while in fact it counts from 0 to 255 (256 states). I'll adress the full feature set of ERFURT in the next video about the Leibniz Binary Subsystem. POCZDAM official user manual: 🤍 POCZDAM poster/infographic: 🤍 LEIBNIZ BINARY SUBSYSTEM playlist: 🤍 You can support my work at 🤍 (ideal for one time donations) or 🤍 (ideal for monthly donations). On the support pages there's several downloads to other Leibniz documents (check the gallery on ko-fi / I'm still updating the patreon page), most of these are available for everyone. Supporters get access to exclusive videos (patch examples and breakdowns). Some videos get posted on the support pages earlier as well. 0:00 intro 0:06 hi 1:30 Poczdam features and operation 2:50 source selection 3:25 output 1 bit outputs 4:00 output 1 clock 4:30 output 2 link button 5:05 output 2 clock 5:20 built in clock generator 6:23 output 2 bit inputs 7:20 source select CV input 8:23 patch example 1 14:05 patch example 2 23:27 patch example 3 28:03 patch example 4 38:52 conclusion DISCLAIMER: the people at Xaoc Devices sent me this module as a token of gratitude for my coverage of the Leibniz Binary Subsystem, and for me to be able to learn the module and demonstrate it. This way I'm able to continue the series and show everyone what the modules in this system are capable of.
Enter the Giveaway here (ends Jan 1, 2020) - 🤍 Learning the XAOC Devices Odessa eurorack module was a breeze. It's definitely an exploratory module, but the beauty in it is that you can shape sounds and learn synthesis within. Using your ears you can sculpt new tones and timbres out of it. Also super cool to see a module take advantage of the powerful FPGA chip higher end synthesizers have been using. Synth Merch - 🤍 // Let's Connect Instagram - 🤍 My Music (Most is free!) - 🤍 Soundcloud - 🤍 Spotify - 🤍 🤍 // Everything I Film With My Camera - 🤍 My Lens - 🤍 My Mic - 🤍 // Gear Used Favorite Headphones - 🤍 Recorder - 🤍 Cables - 🤍 //If i was stuck on an island i'd take this.. 🤍 //Contact EnriqueMMusic🤍gmail.com
In this video I demonstrate how you can use ERFURT either standalone or in the context of the Leibniz Binary Subsystem. I talk about the clock, the inputs and outputs and show you how to extract useful signals from the module. ERFURT isn't just an ordinary counter or clock divider: it can drive the wavetables in JENA, produce sequences through DREZNO or lock the Leibniz system to the masterclock of your patch... to name just a few examples. PS: I mention somewhere that the slowest clock is a 1/46k but it should be 1/64k. It's a simple mispronunciation because of how numbers work in the dutch language (we say the last number first - ridiculous I know). Xaoc Devices ERFURT manual: 🤍 Consider checking out these very informative videos about the Leibniz Binary Subsystem made by fellow content creators... LARGEMAN Leibniz Subsystem Noodling Note series: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍Abell85Studios MONOTRAIL Tech Talk LEIBNIZ videos (they just posted a second video in the Leibniz series while I was editing the video): 🤍 🤍 🤍MonotrailTechTalk If you'd like to support what I do you can do so using Ko-Fi or Patreon: 🤍 🤍 0:00 intro 0:06 hi 1:45 clock and counter 11:18 extracting gates 21:06 extracting CV 32:10 audio rates ft. Jena 43:33 slow rates ft. Jena 51:26 recap 54:44 thank you for watching! DISCLAIMER: Xaoc Devices sent me this unit to learn and demonstrate. This does not influence my content in any way. If it wasn't clear already: my main goal is to share knowledge and experiences, not to push some module or brand. I hope by making these videos everytone can get a better idea whether a module is something they want or need for their system.
In this video I made a simple jam where I used LEIBNIZ to drive everything, afterwards I try to explain in a few words what's happening. Individual videos for each module will follow. I haven't had the time to get to the bottom of ERFURT and POCZDAM, but I wanted to share at least some of the things that I found out by reading through the manual once and having a go at a basic patch where I used the output of the system as pitch CV for an oscillator. ERFURT is doing the main clock duties in this video, it's clocking a sequencer and triggering drums. POCZDAM is used to choose between the data coming from ERFURT and DREZNO for sequencing the VCO. You can chain these module any way you like, but for this jam I chose this setup. More in-depth content about all of this will be made in time, but to be able to thoroughly explain every little aspect of the modules I need to spend enough time with them, and with each added module the complexity get's higher, making it more confusing and most importantly easier to get distracted by all the wonderful patterns emerging from the beautiful binary chaos. 0:00 intro 0:15 hi 2:10 jam 10:20 lipsk and erfurt 14:14 poczdam 20:17 thanks for watching! DISCLAIMER: Xaoc Devices sent me these modules to make comprehensive videos about them. I asked them about this because I knew a lot of people were curious about the Leibniz subsystem and I took it upon myself to try to demystify the system. I'm happy they agreed to this. These videos are all about teaching and sharing information about musical gear and that's what I love doing the most. If you end up wanting to buy any (or all) of the modules, my sincerest apologies to your bank account.
Hi guys, Well I've received a FX module : Timiszoara of Xaoc Devices. I did a few captures of my first hours with the module and put'em together in this video. happy watching. Tuto sampling complet : 🤍 🤍
🤍 LINKS: Stream my music! - 🤍 Merch! - 🤍 Hit 2,500 subscribers and I'll giveaway a Make Noise Skiff w/ Power!! Accidentally took this video down... *smh* Looking at some of my favorite features of the XAOC Devices Zadar and the general functionality of the module. Enjoy!
The Xaoc devices Minsk is a eurorack stereo image processor. It can take a stereo signal and split it up into a mid and side signal, which allows for creative processing of either or both of those signals. But it can also take a mono signal and add stereo depth to it. In this video I go over the functions and features of the module and demonstrate a series of patches to give you an impression of what it can do. Both with stereo, as well as mono signals. Patreon: 🤍 Perfect Circuit (US): 🤍 Thomann (EU): 🤍 * These are affiliate links. Follow my channel 🤍Monotrailmusic if you are interested in my music! Timetable: 00:00 – Intro & sounds 01:16 – Minsk overview 04:50 – Stereo input patches 11:27 – Mono input patches 15:33 – Stereo tip! Special thanks to Legendary & Crazy Patrons: Michael Rutchik Wayne Cowan Steve Williams Glnds Kickroot Christoph von der Heyden Giorgio Festa Let’s connect!: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Soundcloud: 🤍 Bandcamp: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 #eurorack #minsk #xaoc
Support me by becoming my Patreon : 🤍 Support the page by buying through these affiliate link : USA Torso T1 Sequencer : 🤍 XAOC Odessa : 🤍 ALM Pamela’n New Workout : 🤍 Intellijel Palette Case : 🤍 Strymon Nightsky : 🤍 XAOC Zadar : 🤍 EUROPE XAOC Odessa : 🤍 Intellijel Palette Case : 🤍 Strymon Nightsky : 🤍 XAOC Zadar : 🤍 Thomann HomePage : 🤍 Hello there! Today we will play with a small but powerful polyphonic modular synth, built around the Xaoc Odessa oscillator and controlled by Torso T1. The Idea was to create a system with the basic building blocks of a synth, but enjoy the more advanced routing modulars offer. Zadar and Tangle Quartet are my envelope and VCA, Ripples is my filter and then I use Pamelas as random voltage generator and lfos. Enjoy! 00:00 Introduction 02:30 Overview 04:50 Xaoc Odessa 07:00 The other modules 15:30 New sequence More Oora: Instagram 🤍 Bandcamp 🤍 Soundcloud 🤍 Spotify 🤍
Maciek, Marcin and Tomek from Xaoc Devices were so kind to explain their more sophisticated modules to us. What initially looks like a lecture at university, is actually a quick and very good explanation of the huge and often overlooked possibilities of their Drezno and Lipsk modules. Those two go to the heart of digital-to-analog conversion (and the other way round) and are therefore perfect examples of what makes modular synthesizers interesting in the first place! You can go as deep into the shaping of sounds and modulations as possible! At the end of the workshop they also talked about their first VCO module - Odessa, an additive oscillator with great potential. Here is a little time-table for you - so you can jump to the bits that you want to see: 00:00 Introduction 00:44 Performance #1 +explanation 10:13 Introduction to Drezno, Lipsk and AD-DA conversion 32:20 Zadar and Drezno as sequencer 36:00 Performance #2 44:10 Patch explanation 50:10 Introduction to Odessa VCO For more information about upcoming workshops at SchneidersLaden please check out the Event Calendar on Stromkult.com Don't buy crap. SchneidersLaden presents SUPERBOOTH19
Lukasz gave us a look at and demonstration of his new modules, and first we saw Sofia, an analogue oscillator with an interesting dual ripple control that can be damped and shaped to produce complex, formant-like sounds. We also got a taste of Koszalin, a stereo frequency shifter with 3 ranges: 50Hz, 500Hz and 5kHz, and Gera, a logic module that can quantize CV signals. Lastly, Lucasz introduced us to Poczdam, a router and switcher, and Sopot a triple summing mixer Sofia available: July 22. Price: 490 euros. Koszalin available soon. Price: 330 euros. Gera Prica and availability: TBA. Poczdam available soon. Price 210 euros. Sopot available soon. Price: 90 euros. 🤍 - For more Videos from Superbooth Berlin 2022: 🤍 22 Thanks to Perfect Circuit for their Support: 🤍 Exclusive extra content on Patreon 🤍 Subscribe to Sonicstate on YouTube for new content! 🤍 Watch Sonicstate's Exclusive Series: Sonic LAB: 🤍 Meet The Makers: 🤍 Sonicstate Performances: 🤍 Sonic TALK Podcast: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Podcast/iTunes: 🤍