Oct 18: Lost October 909 Freqbox by C C O published on 2018-12-01T17:27:43Z I lost track of this a bit, so here’s some more beat mangling to make up for it. I accidentally bought a new Moogerfooger MF107 FreqBox recently because all the vendors are selling off their stock for cheap, so a TR909 beat is a natural first try on it :) The patching is fairly simple, four individual outs of the 909 are mixed on my Midas Venice 160 and routed to the MF107. For some additional fun, the signal is then routed into a Cwejman QMMF4. The Q mode is set to RES on all bands of them, the lowest is a HP, middle two are BP and the fourth is a LP. Quadrature sines from a PH8 modulate the bands. Furthermore, the two highest bands are mixed on a VCA4MX, sent to a Doepfer A199 spring verb and a SPH2 phaser, and finally an Ibanez AD202 delay to make a nice FX send track on the high frequencies. Additionally, two D-LFO triangles, a further PH4 sine LFO, and a fast RG6 random S/H signal are sent to the MF107 frequency and waveform CV inputs (conveniently mixed and routed on a Hinton SwitchMix). That’s the whole patch, then I just jam with the 909 volumes and half a dozen patterns. The MF107 CV modulation is brought in and out with the SwitchMix; on the MF107, I tweak the sync switch and the frequency modulation. No edits, but as always a bit of reverb, EQ and compression in the DAW to bring it together. Hope you enjoy it and cheers!