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Korg Volca Modular Complete - Part 5

Part 5 of my series about the Volca Modular is online now. A lot of patching and all details concerning the Source module followed by a systematic approach to modulations of all kinds including modulating the modulators to get complex CV signals. Details of the Utility unit and concluding notes (what has been forgotten to say in parts 1-4) about all units of the Volca Modular will prepare you for the final step in Video 6.

Content/Timeline:

0:00:00 Intro

0:01:34 Feedbacks in the Source Module and FM

0:05:29 FM/Feedback Patch with SPLIT and LPG

0:07:13 Adding the Utility Unit (Adjusting Modulation Strength)

0:10:55 Volt-to-Frequency Characteristic of the Source Module (Pitch vs. Ratio)

0:13:29 The Modulator Controls the Fold Amount and Producing Bells and Machines

0:19:06 LFO Wizardry, Voltage Levels and Wave Shapes, Pseudo Gate Patches

0:24:18 LFO plus Utility, the Issue with the Strenth of Modulation (Capacitor Overload)

0:32:20 FM with a Sub-Audio Rate Carrier

0:33:29 Explaining the Overload Phenomenon

0:36:35 Doing “Additive” Synthesis with the Volca Modular

0:43:24 Patching an LFO (Pseudo-)Keyfollower

0:48:20 Ringmodulation

0:53:43 Bells of Doom

0:54:15 Mixing Envelope Signals (CV)

0:59:16 Modulating one Envelope By the Other Envelope

1:04:25 The Real Meaning of Inverted Outputs

1:09:03 “Be the Machine”

1:09:45 Different “Philosophies” of Using the SPLIT Module and the Utility Unit

1:11:26 Preview and Some Words At the End

Enjoy your day!

Rolf

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Part 5 of my series about the Volca Modular is online now. A lot of patching and all details concerning the Source module followed by a systematic approach to modulations of all kinds including modulating the modulators to get complex CV signals. Details of the Utility unit and concluding notes (what has been forgotten to say in parts 1-4) about all units of the Volca Modular will prepare you for the final step in Video 6.

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