slowscape: Before the modular reaches my soundcard it passes through an old Reel to Reel. Its broken but the amp works. In this track the kick (and at some points the vco too) is going in to the red, saturating, and that makes the kick bigger. It gets compressed in a way. I would highly suggest anyone to use an old reel to reel that has a standalone amp, it adds a great color! They go for peanuts, sometimes free.
careck: Its sequenced with the SEQ16. I just did an 8 step pattern (with repeat function on most steps, affecting the hi hat) and the kick in the first step. Then i was sometimes connecting a cable from step 2 to the reset. So then the kick and hat on the first step repeats on an on, and thats the 4 on the floor techno. I did the same with a 2nd SEQ16 thats triggering the 2OSC/d occasionally resetting the pattern from the 2nd step
Unfortunately i completely "erased" the patch and made a new one :-(
The Filter for the 2OSC/2 is the BP out of the SVFilter with the resonance cranked. Reverb is Shimmer.
Very creative use of the SEQ16! Regarding the removal of the patch ... I'm the same ... once I've recorded a performance and put on Youtube I'm so happy to pull all the wires out and knowing that I will never again play the same thing. It's a relief! Although sometimes I look at old videos and I think "how did I get this sound?" but usually there's a complete mess of wires and I know that I'll never be able to reproduce it even from a photo or video. The joys of modular!
I just replied to a thread that has some options for saving ae patches. The Python implementation looks great. With some tweaks it could become easier and could even be hosted so that people unfamiliar with python won’t need to fuss with setting it up. I’m going to work on this as I have time