|SimpleOrgan, but pretty good sound!|
This limitation was by no means required, but I felt it made sense since this way I am able to use the 8 channel fader mixer module, which gives it a more tonewheel organ feeling, with those virtual sliders kinda looking like "inverted" drawbars.
I dialled in the different pitches for the 8 sine wave oscillators used, and I could tell it sounded nice right away!
The rest of the patch is pretty simple, with an overdrive module that is applied to the whole mix, an EG (that can be pushed to give results much more interesting than what you get in the classic tonewheel organs), and it finishes with an EQ and panner module (this time the panner was modulated by an actual LFO).
I didn't really try to add any special tricks that would make the patch very complex, choosing instead to keep it simple!
I didn't compare it with my Korg CX-3 (the original analog one), but can tell you it sounds pretty nice as it is!
But if you'd like something more complex, I will probably try to make a post sooner or later about a different try I made at the organ sound (again with 8 oscillators only), that is considerably more versatile and interesting!
The second patch was, as you were probably expecting, a mixer named "SimpleN3Mixer"!
|Three different sounds mixed together with a nice reverb effect chain going along!|
And as you can see in the picture, I ended up using only the stereo output of the Roland TR-909, since there are no more inputs available in the Clavia Nord Modular G2X.
This week there isn't much more to comment...
It's just a shame there was that failure on the MIDI Thru of the Clavia Nord Modular G2X, as I wanted to add some sequence parts, which would have allowed me to do some different parts in my performance, rather than focusing a lot on the Korg MS-20 + Electrix Repeater combo.
But overall I really enjoyed yet another performance and hope you did as well!
Any feedback, don't hesitate to use the comments down below!
P.S. - I'm really sorry for the lack of photos of my setup this time, but with the MIDI Thru problem I ended up forgetting about that as I only noticed that less than an hour before start playing and had to be fast getting an concept for my setup.