sos six with the donut by dance robot dance published on 2010/08/25 21:54:45 +0000 Just some edits from my first night with Flight of Harmony's Sound of Shadows delay module. I hadn't rtfm yet so some of the controls and inputs were mysterious to me. And listening to these now two days later, I have no idea what I'm hearing in some cases. "sos four" for instance is repeating entire pieces of the clean phrase, but I don't know how. I like me some mystery. The first one, called "sos one" here, was a Cwejman VCO6. Four five and six are a Hertz Donut. Some is sequenced by a Noisering, some with a Z8000 sequencer. I also think the last three were using my A134 VC panning module, which works as a crossfader as well, and is really nice for some pseudo stereo delay. I realized this morning that I can route the delay signal into signal delay circuit and delay the delay, which with one in the right and the other in the left channel, will be loads of fun. The SoS is a little noisier than I'd like at times, and since the delay chip was made for karaoke machines it's got kind of a cranky glitchiness. But I can already see that this is going to be fun.