To make it more versatile, it features several switches that make it easier to chose the right modulation source for each of the parameters (so that you can, for instance, have the LFO raising the pitch of oscillator 1, while it lowers the pitch of oscillator 2).
But the more interesting part of this patch might be the delay line applied at the end, which can add some nice metallic tones to this patch, or add longer delays to make a sequence much more interesting!
To add some ambience to the whole set, this patch features some reverb plus an 8-tap stereo delay with feedback (with each of the taps being mixed on the feedback path).
And to make things more interesting, there is a feedback line featuring a digitizer, together with a low pass filter to add some interesting textures.
If you want to try these Clavia Nord Modular G2X patches I shared here with you, you can download them here, the same place where this performance was shared!
And I think this covers this performance...
It was a shame this record ended up before my performance was finished, but it is still a very interesting performance, despite incomplete, that I hope you can enjoy!