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The small micro version of the first Clavia Nord modular
synthesizer, basicly its a quarter of a big one with only 3 knobs (the
fourth knob is for volume).
Like with the other Nord modulars you can edit it on a computer using
the clavia software, putting hundreds of modules together in a virtual
enviroment and then you can run it as a standalone synthesizer.
It can hold up 99 different modular patches, you can also add an
external MIDI controller so you have more knobs to control the sound.
I put a big Electro Harmonix sticker on it, and fake wooden sidepanels,
which you can barely see on the picture.
Here are some mp3 sound examples from patches I made for the
Micromodular, all 100% micromodular in one patch (with some little
analog delay from the mixer):
Jazzfunk interval patch by turning the knob the sound automaticly
changes a few notes while some noodling is going on in the background
synth riff, drums and drone the volumes and filters are
controlled by the knobs, first a synth sequence comes in, then some
analog drumsounds and after that a raw dronish sound.
Carpenter-ish chaos noodle a random filtered noise sound is mixed
with some other synth stuff
synth sequence a bright and rough synth sequence with some noodling.
birds synthetic bird sounds with some other stuff, very Jesse
Franco scarcely clad girls and zombies sound
Trek atmosphere a phasing atmosphere patch that somehow
reminds me of Star Trek, that reminds me I must make a Star Trek
tribute album soon.
The Clavia Modular editor software on
a PC computer
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