Modular + Pedals #14: Mutable Instruments Plaits - Red Panda Particle

Published on Apr 15, 2018 Modular + Pedals

"Patch notes:

ALM Busy Circuits Pamela's New Workout is the main clock and trigger sequencer.

Channel 1 sends a random gate to trigger the Korg SQ-1 (settings: x1, Gate, RSkip CV1).

Channel 2 is triggering the S&H on Mutable Instruments Kinks (settings: /2, Gate, RSkip CV1, EStep 05, ETrig 05).

Channel 3 sends a gate to the strum input on Rings (

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    Moon Modular has released a new teaser video – this time for their new MIDI2Clock M553 module, running with the Moon Modular M569 step sequencer.
    Paired with the M569, it looks like Berlin School style step-sequencing nirvana.
    Update: Here’s additional info, via Moon Modular:
    The M553 is a module, which converts a MIDI clock into analog clock and gate-signals, to synchronize, for example, analog step-sequencers to MIDI-hardware- or software-sequencers.
    The MIDI clock (MIDI real time message) has a native resolution of 1/96 notes (24 ticks per quarter note) of which the M553 derives the following signals:
    Variable Clock
    The divider value of the left clock-output can selected among the MIDI original clock (1/96) and these fractions:

    • 1/48
    • 1/32
    • dotted 1/32
    • 1/16
    • dotted 1/16
    • 1/8
    • dotted 1/8
    • 1/4

    Fixed Clock
    The right clock-output supplies a fixed clock signal, divided down to 1/16 notes.
    Whenever the MIDI device puts out start- and/or stop/reset-commands, these jacks supply relevant trigger-signals to e. g. – control an analog sequencer via suitable inputs – or reset an analog sequencer – skip notes, trigger switches etc.
    Both „Note-on >C3“ and „Note-on <_C3“ jacks supply gate signals, derived from MIDI note-on commands. This way the user can utilize one ordinary MIDI-track in a MIDI (software-)sequencer to create two streams of defined trigger signals, to be used – via the M553 – to synchronize/control analog equipment.
    The left output generates a gate signal, whenever a MIDI note- on command below C3 (= MIDI note number 1-59) reaches the module. The right output reacts accordingly, if a note-on command of C3 or above (= MIDI note number 60-127) arrives in the M553‘s input.
    These „note-on to gate“ activities work in parallel to the „normal“ MIDI to clock conversion.
    To select the MIDI channel (for the „note-on to gate“ function): Dial the rotary switch to the„channel select“ position and initiate a MIDI-channel message (e. g. strike a note on a keyboard); the module sets itself to the most recently received MIDI channel (this setting is saved even if the unit is switched off).
    via moonmodular:
    The new MIDI2CLOCK M553 module soon on sale.

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