Hawkeye

8-Bit Euphoria

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Hola !

Proudly presenting another track to spam the songs&sounds section ;-).

This one uses a new patch that tries to focus on the more raw sound abilities of the 8580s, trying to emulate more classic C64 sounds.

Also, the euclidian rhythm generator was used to generate the "snare track" - it is a great addon to the SEQ V4, an update to the newest firmware is highly recommended!

Thanks for that feature, TK.! :sorcerer:

Many greets and thanks for watching and listening ;-)

Peter

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Cool, raw sounds! I like the piano accompaniment going wild in a few spots as well :rolleyes:

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Always a treat, these are Hawkeye! Definitely dig the more classic sounds. I think the part around the 4:00 minute mark was my favorite. Has that nighttime something is about to go down in the city kinda vibe.

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Hey, thanks for the kind comments :clover:

Many greets!

Peter

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Great as usual!

Is there 4.059 hex available?

Yesterday i was playing with midipal's euclidian drums generator and thinking about connecting it with MBSEQ :)

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Thanks, man! :)

The .059 firmware is not yet available as .hex, but you could compile it from an updated subversion checkout - or wait until TK. releases it - reporting successful euclidian pattern generator testing here :)

Bye,

Peter

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Is there 4.059 hex available?

It's released now:

@Hawkeye: great work - as always! :)

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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Very nice !! One of my favourites so far :D

You really know how to use your gear ! :frantics:

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Thanks! :-) :clover:

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I love that wet acid-style synth you had going on that came in at around the :20 mark.

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