created for the 7th edition of the New York Modular Society Patchable Challenge. Modules used: Instruo Ts-l, Joranalogue Filter 8, SSF Stereo Dipole, WMD/SSF Modbox, Make Noise Maths, Make Noise Morphagene , Ornaments + Crime (quantermain: bytebeats with Yaman pitch classes), ALM Pamela's New Workout, ES Disting (full-wave rectification), XAOC Zadar. see https://nyms.love/2019/11/23/patchable-0007/ for other approaches to the challenge.
First in a series of works exploring complex patches and live performances with a small standalone Eurorack setup. Pitch is somehow being derived through the disting's quantizer from stuff coming out of the morphagene, and note events triggered by the maths, feeding the piston honda mk3.
Döngü means "vicious cycle," "cyclone," and "loop" in Turkish, and Rahat-ü'l Ervah is the name of a melodic mode (makam) in which this piece is composed. This was performed live with nothing but oud as a sound source, and is part of a series of compositions exploring electronic treatments of oud
Excerpt of the 23 minute song "Deltaoud" from the album Mapping Cartographic Abstractions. Oud, meet Deltalab digital delays...
Except for the synth bass, all sounds originate from Forss' "Paradigm Shift" samples.