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1. Ouij

Ouij

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2. Hans Zimmer - Interstellar [Deluxe Extended Theme]

  • Published: 2015-10-01T13:05:33Z
  • By Ouij
Hans Zimmer - Interstellar [Deluxe Extended Theme]

All of this content was produced by Hans Zimmer for the film Interstellar. I wanted an extended version to listen too so I edited some parts together.

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3. Ookay & Yung Ouij4 Board - Whoopie (Original Mix)

  • Published: 2012-09-08T00:36:55Z
  • By Ookay
Ookay & Yung Ouij4 Board - Whoopie (Original Mix)

http://soundcloud.com/yung-ouij4-board

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4. PTT-20160404-WA0220.opus

  • Published: 2016-04-04T23:14:45Z
  • By Ouij Dan
PTT-20160404-WA0220.opus

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5. Deadmau5 - Infra Turbo Pigcart Racer [Ouij Intro Mashup]

  • Published: 2014-06-07T17:04:24Z
  • By Ouij
Deadmau5 - Infra Turbo Pigcart Racer [Ouij Intro Mashup]

Used the go to Virtual DJ and some plugins with FL studio to assemble this mashup. I'm sure you'll love it if you are a mau5 fan.

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6. Deadmau5 - Strobe [Ouij's Ambient Intro Recreation]

  • Published: 2014-08-20T20:43:33Z
  • By Ouij
Deadmau5 - Strobe [Ouij's Ambient Intro Recreation]

Put together this ambient version of Deadmau5's Strobe. Worked on the original 'feel' of the track, scattering piano notes around the original melody and recreating some strings. Much like the original it is kinda haunting.

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7. Monotribe Jam

  • Published: 2013-11-19T03:00:12Z
  • By ouij
Monotribe Jam

Three minutes of jamming on the Korg Monotribe. I didn't mean to go all early '90s house, but I guess that's what happened. The Monotribe is a neat little machine, and it's amazing how much fun you can have with it.

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8. Samba Aleatorica

  • Published: 2015-08-23T23:28:34Z
  • By ouij
Samba Aleatorica

120 bpm modular jam. Flame Clockwork takes MIDI clock from the DAW. That clocks both the Volca Beats and the Wogglebug. Wogglebug stepped random voltage to an Expert Sleepers Disting, acting as a quantizer. The quantized control voltages go into the 1V/Oct input of a Pittsburgh Modular Oscillator. The oscillator goes into a Pulp Logic/Erthenvar 1U vactrol-controlled VCA. The Disting's gate output pings the vactrol. Wogglebug stepped random voltage also goes into the frequency CV of the carrier on a Livewire Dalek modulator. The output of the Dalek goes into another Pulp Logic/Erthenvar 1U vactrol-controlled VCA. The Random gate output from the Wogglebug triggers one channel of a Maths module, which opens the Dalek VCA, whose output is routed to the linear FM input of the Pittsburgh Modular oscillator. Stereo delay and reverb in Ableton. Otherwise, straight out of the boxes into the DAW.

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9. Anode C minor jam

  • Published: 2014-05-18T00:51:54Z
  • By ouij
Anode C minor jam

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10. DevFestCoast TN 2016

  • Published: 2016-11-21T20:28:05Z
  • By dh ouij
DevFestCoast TN 2016

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11. Phase Crush - -Rough Mix

  • Published: 2015-08-26T12:41:57Z
  • By ouij
Phase Crush - -Rough Mix

Phase modulated plinky-plonk from the Eurorack. Drums are a Volca Beats crushed/distorted to hell with the Malgorithm under voltage control of the Wogglebug (stepped random to bit depth) and Function (long looping function to sample rate). Further crushed in software with GlitchMachines' Hysteresis plugin.

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12. Out of Time

  • Published: 2015-08-29T22:02:41Z
  • By ouij
Out of Time

Experiments with incommensurate sequence-lengths: Track 1 on the SQ-1 is a 7-step sequence, driving the Malekko Oscillator II, whose TRI2 output is being phase modulated by TRI1 (with depth controlled via a long looping Function thru the Moddemix). A vactrol-controlled VCA is pinged by the gate output. Track 2 drives a 5-step sequence on the SQ-1 is the Pittsburgh Modular Oscillator, whose sawtooth out is fed into a Harvestman Polivoks VCF, whose cutoff frequency is modulated by another long looping function (one channel of Maths), along with the Wogglebug's smooth random CV output (through an attenuator). The Pittsburgh Oscillator's sine output goes into another Moddemix channel to add further modulation to the Malekko Oscillator II's phase. Modulation depth is controlled by another channel of the Maths acting as an A/D EG, triggered by the gate output of Track 1. Triggering "slide" on one step of each track adds some weird accent/slides. The track is "out of time" because the Volca Beats is playing a regular 4/4 pattern. Its output is fed into a Malgorithm for bit crushing, with the sample rate being modulated by the negative output of the Function that handles phase modulation. Bit depth is modulated by the Wogglebug's stepped random CV output. The Malgorithm's output then gets fed into the µVCF and comes out the HPF output. HPF frequency swept by an LFO. Main bass line is an MS-20 mini. Sawtooth, with a fairly wide pulse wave an octave below. Tune the filters till they growl, then feed them some feedback.

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13. Monotribe Monotron Delay Jam

  • Published: 2014-02-03T04:49:29Z
  • By ouij
Monotribe Monotron Delay Jam

A little dark house jam. Monotribe running through the Monotron Delay. Added a bit of compressor in Ableton Live, otherwise, just as it came out of the magic boxes. The Monotribe is set up for some primitive FM, with the LFO cranked way up into the audio range, modulating the frequency of the only oscillator. Monotron Delay mostly for the delay, which gives a more interesting drumbeat than I know how to program usually. A few blips and bleeps from the Monotron Delay, too, and a few stray blips from the ribbon controller on the Monotribe. I'll probably remix/rework this sort of thing later.

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14. Polivoks VCF test

  • Published: 2014-08-17T19:09:52Z
  • By ouij
Polivoks VCF test

Just a test of my new Harvestman Model R-1982 Polivoks VCF. Just running some sequences from the Volca Bass through the filter's low-pass output and playing with the cutoff and resonance. Nothing special.

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15. Monotribe Volca Beats Acid Test

  • Published: 2014-07-14T04:35:25Z
  • By ouij
Monotribe Volca Beats Acid Test

A little acid with the Monotribe. The Monotribe runs through a Boss DS-1 distortion pedal to get extra squelchy. Because the distortion pedal washes out the Montribe kick drum part, the Volca Beats brings some extra kick drum action. I'm still only learning Ableton. Some post-processing here: compressors to limit volume, some EQ on the Monotribe to bring up the bass and cut some of the high/mid. The monotribe track is duplicated, and each copy panned slightly right and left for a bit of stereo. The Volca Beats kick drum got a little bit of compression.

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16. Swarm

  • Published: 2015-08-23T17:33:23Z
  • By ouij
Swarm

Drums The drums are just straight-up Volca Beats. A bit of global stutter gets some syncopation. Bass the main bass line is a Volca Bass. Three sawtooth oscillators in unison, the top and bottom ones detuned maybe 20-odd cents above & below the middle one. Slow triangle LFO modulates VCF cutoff. A bit of envelope control over VCF cutoff as well. Lots of resonance—the Volca Bass filter is a real growler. Ableton's Glue Compressor in side-chain mode (taking the input from the Drum track) clamps it down a bit. I recorded sequences in the Volca Bass sequencer and triggered them live from the Volca Bass. Swarm/Violin This is pretty involved. The only thing that's making the sound is a Livewire Dalek Modulator. The "modulator" oscillator frequency on the Dalek is being wiggled by the Flame Clockwork (which is receiving MIDI clock from the DAW). The output of the Dalek is multed to a Harvestman Polivoks VCF (in bandpass mode), an Intellijel µVCF (bandpass mode), a Doepfer A-105 SSM, and a Makenoise Function (as an envelope follower) The Polivoks cutoff frequency is modulated by a slow looping function from channel 1 of Maths. The µVCF frequency is modulated by a slow sine wave from the Pittsburgh Modular Oscillator (LFO mode, naturally). The A-105-SSM's cutoff frequency is modulated by the output of the Makenoise Function (i.e., an envelope follower in this patch), which gives a "breathing" quality to the buzz. Resonance on the A-105 SSM is controlled by the smooth random voltage output of a Wogglebug. The two bandpass filters are each fed into a channel of a Makenoise Moddemix. Their levels are controlled by slow triangle LFOs from a Malekko Oscillator II, each 90 degrees out of phase. Each channel is then hard-panned left or right. The output of the A-105 is multed to 2 VCAs, on of them controlled by a channel of Maths and another by an inverted copy of one of the triangle wave LFOs from the Malekko Oscillator II (so now 270 degrees out of phase). All of these are going into a Synthrotek stereo output module, and then the stereo outs into my interface. That stereo channel gets reverb, stereo delay, some glue compressor (side-chain mode: taking the input from the drum track), some EQ. The Flame Clockwork is clocking everything in this track. Whew. OK, I know this is probably boring & derivative, but this has been kind of fun. Believe it or not, this all started out when I wanted to use the Dalek Modulator for a drone. I stumbled on the buzzy/violin type sound & built everything around that instead.

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17. Ouij first pocket acid

  • Published: 2013-12-10T22:28:26Z
  • By ouij
Ouij first pocket acid

Made with Figure for iOS. Don't have Figure yet? It's a fun, easy and bargain-priced music making app that anyone can use! Read about it here: http://itunes.com/app/figure

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18. Street Samurai

  • Published: 2014-10-06T01:28:06Z
  • By ouij
Street Samurai

Just a beat I put together with the Waldorf Nave app on my iPad.

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19. Think Carefully

  • Published: 2014-08-26T04:21:44Z
  • By ouij
Think Carefully

My first effort with the new Roland JX-8P. I started off programming the pad and ended up with a snippet of soundtrack to a sci-fi noir/thriller show that exists only in my mind. Drums from the Volca Beats and the Monotribe, the latter of which also supplies blips and bleeps. The Monotribe runs through a Malekko Ekko 616 analog delay pedal.

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