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- The module gets fun when you start feeding it back
- Using a mult or Stackable, send an output channel both to the audio output and into a sound-modifying module - reverb, delay, filter.
- Take the output of that module back into an input, and you have a feedback loop, controlled by the Turing Machine patterns.
- Turn everything up, then scale back to a controllable point.
- Experiment with the clock speed running the Turing; sometimes it takes a while for feedback to build up, so slow patterns can be more effective.
##Rhythmic FM Feedback
- Patch 1 x main Turing CV output, 1 x Turing Noise and 2 x oscillators (start with sines) to the inputs
- Patch the outputs to v/oct inputs on the two oscillators
- Mult the oscillator outputs to your audio outputs
- Tune for rhythmic cross-modulating chaos
- Here's a demo of this patch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xf4IhIy3am4
##Stereo Wave Sequencing
- Put 4 x different waveform outputs from one oscillator into the inputs
- Send the outputs to Left and Right stereo outputs
##Realtime Williams Mix
- Find 3 x music or speech or foley audio sources to fill the inputs; real radios, the Radio Music module, Internet Radio stations
- Patch a delay or spring reverb in feedback mode (as above) into the final input, then experiment with clock speed.
- The vanilla version might sound a little like John Cage's Williams Mix. Lock the Turing Machine for a danceable version. Swap an audio source for an oscillator to get closer to Fontana Mix.
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