Make Noise LxD Resonance Demonstration

Published on Jan 7, 2018

"This is a response to the first half of 'Advanced Patching with LxD' video from Make Noise. [posted here]

Patch Notes:

Intelijel Dixie II+ Oscillator waveform out into Maths channel #2 set to +10V.

Sum out of Maths into LxD 12db Signal Input.

Output of LxD 12db section into a Buffered Multiple.

One multiple going to Channel #3 of Maths which applies the amount of



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