Analogue Zone has always been providing up to date synth tips on either exclusive workshops or their video series. The latest weekly video series will be even more focused and interactive.
Modular Minutes is a new series from their Budapest showroom – the series aims at the finest and latest modular goodies with patching comprehensively described both in comments and the description tab. In the first episode the ADM12 – Neuron FM drum module is shown in a simple percussive patch. Further processing was done by the Pittsburgh Modular – Verbtronic in ‘Tronic’ mode.
The Audio Damage ADM12 is a dedicated drum voice indeed. Having every parameter under voltage control and thanks to the pingable envelope envelope and VCA – plus the lovely manual trigger button with LED installed onto this space saving panel width is most ergonomic. The trigger button grants you immediate access to the sound, so there is no need for an external input to hear your FM percussion sorcery. The durable knobs are really massive and since they are center-deterred, you can just dial in a lot of percussion sounds. You are able to go beyond the tonal concepts of a “tom” or a “hihat” with ease to the (yet) unexplored terrirtory. Come and check it out in our showroom!