Shared System Tutorials | Part 10 – #Maths

  • By: Cinematic Laboratory
  • Date: Tuesday, 13 October 2020
  • Time to read: 1 min.

Shared System Tutorials – #Maths

After nine ‘crash course’ episodes, it’s now time for some advanced stuff with one of the most powerful eurorack utility modules on the planet: Maths. Now I am sure you’ve seen a lot of videos about Maths, but this one will focus on Maths in its own ‘westcoast’ comfort zone of the Shared System.

There are at least 22 ways to use it according to Loopop and Mylar did an excellent ‘must see’ show on Maths too. So I felt challenged to find some more ways and show off the ‘analog computing’ part (at the end). I must admit I discovered at least a million new ways to use it while making this video! It’s a bit noisy and unquantized here and there, but hey, there’s ‘make noise’ on the case. So let’s make some.

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