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DENUM module loves ?
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Author DENUM module loves ?
noisefield
hi, i'm curious about this module and i'd liek to know if they are a lot of wigglers that use it
it seems that there are not a lot of demos
in fact i'm hesitating between this oscillator and a classic simple one
thanks
artisokka
What is Denum? Link / info?
AudioFetish
http://www.matrixsynth.com/2014/11/ieaskul-f-mobenthey-eurorack-module s.html?m=1
diasporos
noisefield wrote:
hi, i'm curious about this module and i'd liek to know if they are a lot of wigglers that use it
it seems that there are not a lot of demos
in fact i'm hesitating between this oscillator and a classic simple one
thanks


I have the Denum. It's really organic and great. Nice raw to smooth oscillator, loves to be modulated, multiple outputs -VCA with inserts, "Stereo" outs, wide range. Man, for that price what else would you get from other modules?
noisefield
ok thanks
is it tracking 1v/oct ?
have you tried piezo to control it ?
have you something more classical like a dixie for exemple to compare it ?
tks : )
DonKartofflo
looks really interesting but not interesting enough to figure out the intentionally overcryptic and trying-to-be artistic description of each module.
windspirit
DonKartofflo wrote:
looks really interesting but not interesting enough to figure out the intentionally overcryptic and trying-to-be artistic description of each module.


If you have ever emailed Peter, you would know that he is not *trying* to be artistic or cryptic, it's just how he is.

Just look at this circuitboard:



That is the cocoquantussy. It is a modular looper made using a bunch of logic circuitry and RAM, no microprocessor. Plus the entire circuit is in the shape of a pentagram. Peter is a wizard.

If you watch the demos they are pretty straight forwards, obviously what sets these apart from other modules is the separate modulation of frequency and the "bound"ary where the oscillator waveform reverses, which does different things than just modulate the amplitude or frequency.
DonKartofflo
Oh wow woah
Okay he is probably allowed to do this then in my book haha
I might have to sit down with those texts again and try to understand him.
dorkmorph
I don't think you would be disappointed by the denum. It can easily be just a straight up normal ass oscilator. But then there are so many patch points for the up/down bounce/bouncds and on top of that a dual vca that you can go to Uranus in a handbasket in the blink of an eye and be back in time for lunch.

And if that's not enough one flick of a switch can send you into cv territory so now you have super flexible lfo.

I'm prrrrrety ture it's 1v/octave.
The oscillation is super tight.
not a sloppy chaotic toy but a refined instrument for precision experimentation.

The bounce/bounds concept is deceptively simple but the further I go with it the more flexible and great it gets.

why would you play a synthesizer if you're not trying to experiment to find new sounds?
dorkmorph
I don't think you would be disappointed by the denum. It can easily be just a straight up normal ass oscilator. But then there are so many patch points for the up/down bounce/bouncds and on top of that a dual vca that you can go to Uranus in a handbasket in the blink of an eye and be back in time for lunch.

And if that's not enough one flick of a switch can send you into cv territory so now you have super flexible lfo.

I'm prrrrrety ture it's 1v/octave.
The oscillation is super tight.
not a sloppy chaotic toy but a refined instrument for precision experimentation.

The bounce/bounds concept is deceptively simple but the further I go with it the more flexible and great it gets.

why would you play a synthesizer if you're not trying to experiment to find new sounds?
noisefield
tks
but in fact i'm just asking because i may need a classic oscillator because i have already unstable stuffs (metasonix)
i'm still hesitating though
Summa
noisefield wrote:
tks
but in fact i'm just asking because i may need a classic oscillator because i have already unstable stuffs (metasonix)
i'm still hesitating though



well, classic it's not applause vanilla, nope love I'm in the process of building a small Ieaskul F. Mobenthey system, love the Ciat Lombard stuff..

here's the manual for the Barre IE Piezo controller for all the modules.

http://synthmall.com/ifm/ifmBAR.pdf
Nofrenchtests
DonKartofflo wrote:
Oh wow woah
Okay he is probably allowed to do this then in my book haha
I might have to sit down with those texts again and try to understand him.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-structuralism

He writes and talks like that for a reason.
DonKartofflo
Nofrenchtests wrote:
DonKartofflo wrote:
Oh wow woah
Okay he is probably allowed to do this then in my book haha
I might have to sit down with those texts again and try to understand him.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-structuralism

He writes and talks like that for a reason.


ver interesting, i heard he is a university professor? so his subject is linguistics?
windspirit
Given the bizarro made up names for every single product I would not be surprised. I know that he also has some sort of degree in Chinese and so a lot of the boards come with Chinese characters on them.

Here is a link to a paper that he wrote which sort of "foretold" these modules:

http://petermopar.blogspot.com/2014/04/friendship-bracelets-deconstruc ting.html

Sorry if anyone already posted it. It is quite a fascinating read.
Nofrenchtests
DonKartofflo wrote:
Nofrenchtests wrote:
DonKartofflo wrote:
Oh wow woah
Okay he is probably allowed to do this then in my book haha
I might have to sit down with those texts again and try to understand him.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-structuralism

He writes and talks like that for a reason.


ver interesting, i heard he is a university professor? so his subject is linguistics?


I honestly don't know, I would guess philosophy if anything.
That is how I recognised what he was doing, I am a philosophy student
and I looked into Post-Structuralism after dabbling in Anarchism.
It is something you don't forget when you've read enough of it.
His whole thing about psycho-geography with the Plumbutter,
the videos for the eurorack stuff. It all makes a kind of sense when
you know what you are looking at. It is layered, purposefully obtuse,
but meaningful.
glia
Nofrenchtests wrote:
DonKartofflo wrote:
Nofrenchtests wrote:
DonKartofflo wrote:
Oh wow woah
Okay he is probably allowed to do this then in my book haha
I might have to sit down with those texts again and try to understand him.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-structuralism

He writes and talks like that for a reason.


ver interesting, i heard he is a university professor? so his subject is linguistics?


I honestly don't know, I would guess philosophy if anything.
That is how I recognised what he was doing, I am a philosophy student
and I looked into Post-Structuralism after dabbling in Anarchism.
It is something you don't forget when you've read enough of it.
His whole thing about psycho-geography with the Plumbutter,
the videos for the eurorack stuff. It all makes a kind of sense when
you know what you are looking at. It is layered, purposefully obtuse,
but meaningful.
http://petermopar.blogspot.com/2015/03/jim-foucault-and-du sty-basement_4.html
atte
It's not clear to me where to buy a denum
Nofrenchtests
glia wrote:
Nofrenchtests wrote:
DonKartofflo wrote:
Nofrenchtests wrote:
DonKartofflo wrote:
Oh wow woah
Okay he is probably allowed to do this then in my book haha
I might have to sit down with those texts again and try to understand him.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-structuralism

He writes and talks like that for a reason.


ver interesting, i heard he is a university professor? so his subject is linguistics?


I honestly don't know, I would guess philosophy if anything.
That is how I recognised what he was doing, I am a philosophy student
and I looked into Post-Structuralism after dabbling in Anarchism.
It is something you don't forget when you've read enough of it.
His whole thing about psycho-geography with the Plumbutter,
the videos for the eurorack stuff. It all makes a kind of sense when
you know what you are looking at. It is layered, purposefully obtuse,
but meaningful.
http://petermopar.blogspot.com/2015/03/jim-foucault-and-du sty-basement_4.html

I am a fan of his self-styled mythology.
Nofrenchtests
atte wrote:
It's not clear to me where to buy a denum

http://www.synthmall.com/ordering.html
atte
thanks!
diasporos
The Denum is simply amazing and I recommend it wholeheartedly. I use piezos to control it also the Barre Controller. It especially shines as an experimental osc when you flip the switch to Low, and feed it complex modulations. Plus, has two VCAs with log/expo switch in stereo. Cmon!
Honestly, it works best in conjunction with Peter's other modules. It follows a symbiotic concept that comes to life when combined with Swoop Sprott and Fourses. I went out on a limb and built myself a complete synth with two of each module of his. dual Fourses= heaven. The whole synth voice has the organic feel of a Serge system and more.
ym2612
I would love to hear some things recorded with the Mobenthey modules. There are few demos or tracks online, and most of them don't seem to go very deep.
Ras Thavas
ym2612 wrote:
I would love to hear some things recorded with the Mobenthey modules. There are few demos or tracks online, and most of them don't seem to go very deep.


Particularly the Sprott, I'm curious to hear this as filter and as non-linear system, and some of the spaces in-between.
windspirit
I am also very interested in hearing the denum in a "traditional" sort of music sense, not necessarily tuned as 1v/o but used at least as a lead voice.
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