Sending High Frequencies to a Delay
As a new Unify user, I see how it is really a modular system in disguise! So I decided to try an old eurorack/vcvrack trick of sending the high frequencies of an oscillator to a delay and the rest of the signal somewhere else, like to a reverb.
This patch is made from all Unify components. The main sound source is the OB-Xd with a randomly selected patch. There are 2 AUX sends, one that filters the high frequencies and one for the low frequencies. The HP goes to the Omega delay and the LP goes to the Dragonfly Hall reverb. This is pretty cool as a concept.
The OB-Xd is played from keys C3-C8 and sequenced with BlueArp. You can press C1 to turn the transport on and off to get the sequencer going.
D1-B2 plays a drone (also randomly selected).
Have fun and let me know your comments. 🙂
Very nice! If you like this sort of thing, don't forget to check out ComboBox and all of the built-in/bundled plug-ins, and remember you can substitute any of you own third-party plug-ins, and of course use any modular synth plug-ins as well.
Thanks for pointing out the ComboBox. I haven't gotten to that one yet.
I was thinking of building a patch using VCVRack. I'll put it on the list. 🙂