A short demo that includes 3 x “ONE” modules on a Techno loop with a sci-fi texture.
Tiptop Audio and Lattex Plus joined together to host a modular synthesizer event in the heart of Italy, featuring the artistically vibrant city of Florence. This event was open to all manufacturers of Modular Synthesizers and electronic music technology entrepreneurs.
Video by ANDROMEDA
TIPTOP AUDIO and LATTEX PLUS present:
MEFF: Modular synthesizer Exhibition Fair in Florence – 24-25th April 2017 @ IED – Firenze (Via Maurizio Bufalini 6/r)
MEFF NIGHT Event: 24th April 2017 @ Tender Club – Florence
COLIN BENDERS (live) – ANGLE vs JOAO CESER (live) – TEO NADDI
The Fold Processor is a voltage controlled analog effect ideal for adding a distortion or rough edges to any sound passing through it. The fold circuit is based on the classic diode wave multiplier that adds odd harmonics by ‘folding’ the incoming signal with increased gain. Its noisy analog character is part of the charm.
ONE brings organic sound and super low latency sample playback to the modular. It differs from other sample players in that it handles the digital audio bits as a continuously manipulated electrical flow, a feature inspired by our analog knowhow. This unique core makes ONE truly integral within the Tiptop percussive modular ecosystem thanks to a lightweight and responsive digital circuit with a very analog feel.
Video Mapping on a PopUp book.
Edited and directed by IED students (Specialization course – Video Design and Mapping)
In this patch, two ONE modules were used. ONE’s audio out goes into the Z2040 LPF, and the Z4000 Envelope is used to control the Z2040 cut off frequency for a snappy, rounded sound. A touch of Z-DSP running ROOM from the Halls of Valhalla card added weight to the sound with an exponential decaying tail.
Just like Black Shape’s track “Doom Room”, remixed by Franz Alice Stern, “Doom Room”’s video has been remixed too; starting from the hand-drawn character of the original animation videoclip, here the little monster has become a sculpture, again realized by the artist Matteo Giampaglia.