While mylarmelodies' latest video on "possibly one of the most expensive ways" to get a 303 sound, is not even remotely relevant to the usual interests of this site; it is the most entertaining modular video I've ever seen.
This video is sneaky. It's not really about 'How to make 303 in Eurorack', it's how two extra modules can enhance any voice/jamming system (or indeed 'groovebox') - meet the Mutable Instruments Warps and Soundmachines LS1 Lightstrip! LINK TO LONGER VIDEO & MORE BELOW!
🢂 An EXTENDED 24 minute version of this video, which carries on, explains a little more about the Stepper Acid, with more jams, is available to Patreon subscribers here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/patreon-preview-42202159 ...So why not sign up and also support the channel, yeah? 🢀
MODULARGRID LINK TO SYSTEM IN THIS VIDEO
PATCH IN THIS VIDEO
► LS-1 Lightstrip: https://www.sound-machines.it/product/ls1lightstrip/
► Mutable Instruments Warps: https://mutable-instruments.net/modules/warps/
► Stepper Acid: https://www.transistorsoundslabs.com/stepper-acid/
► AcidLab M303: https://acidlab.de/
► Roland TR-8: https://www.roland.com/uk/products/tr-8/
► Elektron Analog Heat MKI: https://www.elektron.se/products/analog-heat-mkii (Note: I have MKI)
► Chase Bliss Mood (for reverb): https://www.chaseblissaudio.com/shop-pedals/mood
► Boss DD7 (for delay): https://www.boss.info/uk/products/dd-7/
► CV/OCD (turning MIDI into analog clock): https://www.thonk.co.uk/shop/cv-ocd/
► Intellijel Palette Case: https://intellijel.com/shop/cases/4u-palette-eurorack-case/