u-he´s BAZILLE Patch Analysis

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  1. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    The series has started: u-he´s BAZILLE modular FM synthesizer VST. Patch analysis part 1:
    https://youtu.be/9HDnTH4mLHg
    I´m looking forward to your comments here, or on YouTube. I´m trying to do a good job. But without your help/response it won´t work out. Thank you in advance and have a great time. Rolf (this crazy old guy from the Czech republic)
    P.S.: Oh, entschuldigt. Ich sehe gerade: "Ist ja alles so schoen bunt ... ehem deutsch (sprachlich) hier." (sorry Nina!) Nachstes Mal schreib ich dann deutsch (tschechisch wurd ja sowieso keiner verstehen, manchmal tut das nichtmal mein Nachbar hahaha).
     
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    :supi:
    Das einzige Negative ist die Framerate, Ossi + Co ruckeln doch stark. Vielleicht doch lieber mit Handycam auf Stativ oder so aufnehmen wenn der Rechner es nicht gleichzeitig packt?
     
  3. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Yo, das Ruckeln stell ich noch irgendwie ab. Danke fuer die Antwort. Rolf
     
  4. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Part 2 of the series “Analysing u-he Bazille´s patches” is online. I´m analysing the preset “AJ Analog Power”. Two interludes are included to – at least in short – talk about modulating with white noise and modulating the OSC´s FM (pitch).
    https://youtu.be/Bt7CegfwSBo
    P.S. Das Ruckeln ist jetzt auch weitgehend weg :)
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Sieht schon viel besser so aus. Ich meine Bazille verkauft und bin jetzt mit Reaktor6 am werkeln.
     
  6. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Part 3 of the series “Analysing u-he Bazille´s patches” is online. It´s about the most complex patch in this series so far.
    https://youtu.be/xW4dCG7nhTE

    Instead of a lot of words: here is the timeline of the video:

    00:00 Introduction
    00:55 multi layer modulation
    03:20 the individual paths of modulation
    06:02 OSC 1, OSC 2, Sample and Hold
    09:28 Keyfollow and Multiplex
    15:03 LFO 2, Rectifier, OSC 4
    17:58 LFO 2, Quantizer, Sequencer
    23:39 LFO 1 and LFO 2 - rhythmical aspects
    26:16 Tweak and FX page
    26:45 a bit of a sound
     
  7. GBP

    GBP bin angekommen

    Bazille ist schon ein ziemlich cooles VST. Habe ich damals direkt gekauft und sollte es mir vielleicht doch mal wieder näher anschauen. :)
     
  8. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Ja, naeher anschauen lohnt sich bestimmt. Man entdeckt immer wieder neue Sachen, neue Moeglichkeiten, je mehr man sich damit beschaefftigt. Have a good time. Rolf
     
  9. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Part 4 of my series analysing the patches shipped with the VST BAZILLE by u-he is online. This time I don´t only analyse the sound design, but modify the preset according to our needs.

    https://youtu.be/RaieEjz7Kis

    Instead of a lot of words: here is the timeline:

    00:00 Intro and Content
    01:09 The Preset: an Overview
    01:58 The 5 single Components
    03:28 OSC 1: Setting up the Rhythm,
    Mapping Generators and Multiplexes
    O8:30 The Mapping Generators, Modes and Sources
    10:09 OSC 2: Setting up the rhythm,
    Mapping Generators and Multiplexes
    14:03 OSC 3: Setting up the rhythm,
    Mapping Generators and Multiplexes
    15:40 OSC 4: Setting up the rhythm,
    Mapping Generators and Multiplexes
    17:10 Rhythm part 5: White Noise, Envelope 3 and Filter 3
    24:09 Modifying 1: Changing the rhythm
    28:43 OSC 1: The Sound
    29:00 FM / PM / PD
    32:43 Fractalize
    33:57 OSC 1: The Individual Components of the Sound
    34:48 OSC 2: The Individual Components of the Sound
    36:00 OSC 3: The Individual Components of the Sound
    37:10 OSC 4: The Individual Components of the Sound
    38:10 Modifying 2: Changing the Individual Sounds
    41:03 Some Words at the End

    Enjoy watching and experimenting!
    Have a great day and a good time!
    Rolf
     
  10. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Hello everybody!

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    Have a great day and a good time!

    Rolf
     
  11. darsho

    darsho verkanntes Genie

    I don't own any of the Softsynths you make tutorials for on your two YT channels.
    But I enjoy watching them at times. So much to learn and you are doing it at the right tempo, great attention to detail and a very comforting voice.
    Well done :supi:
     
  12. Phil999

    Phil999 bin angekommen

    :) hier musste ich schmunzeln. Nichts für ungut, sicher eine gute Sache. Wollte einfach nur auf den eigentlich recht witzigen Widerspruch hinweisen der offenbar übersehen wurde.
     
  13. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Es is schoen, wenn jemand schmunzelt .
    :)
    Allerdings gibt es hier keinen widerspruch. "On offer" = im Angebot. Das heisst, dass man nach dem 31. Maerz keine lebenslang gueltigen Lizenzen mehr kaufen kann. Hab´ einen grossartigen Tag und eine gute Zeit (Ich hoffe, diesen letzten Satz habe ich gut uebersetzt. Mein Deutsch ist doch schon wieder recht eingerostet).
    Rolf
     
  14. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Thank you!
     
  15. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Last 2 days for lifetime licenses!
     
  16. Phil999

    Phil999 bin angekommen

    stimmt, das habe ich falsch verstanden (also dass die lebenslangen Lizenzen nicht mehr gelten würden).

    Dafür möchte ich mich entschuldigen. Na wenigstens gibt es wieder einen Bump für Deinen Thread, ist auch was.
     
  17. rofilm

    rofilm Tach

    Bazille Patch Analysis 5 “Acid moom – A3” is available now.

    src: https://youtu.be/avROjSqC2iQ


    The patch
    consists of a complex combination of quite different elements.
    Not only sound building and sound shaping components like
    fractalization,
    phase modulation and frequency modulation,
    phase distortion
    and so on,
    but also a wide spectrum of rhythmical blocks
    are involved in the patch,
    together with drones and sweeps and blibs
    and a whole bunch of modulations, partly modulating not only the units which build or shape the sound, but also modulating each other.

    Timeline
    0:00:00 Introduction
    0:01:03 Identify and Single Out Each Component
    0:02:59 The Handling of White Noise
    0:03:21 A Network of Filters Part 1
    0:15:11 A Network of Filters Part 2
    0:24:00 The Ramp Generators
    0:31:15 A Bit of Sequencing Noise
    0:33:44 From Noise to Fractalization
    0:36:25 PM, PD and Fractalization
    0:38:28 BAZILLE and the DX 7
    0:40:56 A Bit More of FM/PM
    0:44:03 And Again: Fractalization
    0:50:55 A Kind of a Kick
    0:52:27 The Mapping Generators
    0:57:26 The Inverter and the LAG Generators
    1:08:50 LFO Puzzle
    1:13:45 PM/FM, BPM and the DAW
    1:22:23 Last Components and All Together
    1:32:50 Some Words at the End

    Have a great day and a good time!
    Rolf
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