Modular Sound Explorations w. Kabuki – Ep. 5/6 – Organic Strings

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✮ Jan Hennig, a.k.a. Kabuki, is a veteran of the German Jungle/Bass/Hip-hop scene. A producer, DJ, and modular synth fanatic going back more than 20 years; who could be better to lead this series of explorations into the capabilities of our virtual Eurorack platform, Modular?

In episode 5 of 6, Kabuki uses the Karplus-Strong method to turn a simple delay into a stringed instrument. Short bursts of white noise repeated at extremely short intervals, and passed through a feedback loop, resolve into pitched sounds with the sonic qualities of a plucked, struck, or bowed string. Kabuki filters and further manipulates these sounds to generate living organic strings.

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