New C&G Organelle Patches


oh, this is so, so, so, CRITTER & GUITAR! thanks for uniqueness :wink:


You keep bringing the good shit! X


New Patch: Zone
It’s a polyphonic wavetable synth that blends waveforms. Waveforms are presented in a quadrant on the Organelle screen. A movable cursor shows which waveform is selected. Control the X and Y position of the cursor and automate it with an LFO. The Aux/Foot Switch cycles through different groupings of waveforms and also controls the Latch function.
Requires OS 3.

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Blimey! Can’t wait to try this out. :smiley:


Woah that looks awesome


394 247 bytes of Pure enjoyment!
A patch for all colours, all quadrants and this weekend :wink:

Oh, there is the wavestation and many stations on the Organelle.
Thanks! @chrisk @critter


Looks incredidope


it’s fantastic! i like how you can get a really slowly changing rhythmical sound from it.


New Patch: EnvelopeFx!
EnvelopeFX is a multi-effect patch. It uses the volume envelope of incoming audio to control effects! Knob 1 selects the effect. Knobs 2-4 are effect parameters.

We were inspired by @wo3’s knob sequencer to try our own! (Thank you @wo3!) You can automate effect parameters and store up to 24 automations (one for each keyboard key). Press and hold a key to record enable the automation. Turning a knob will start recording. Adjust all four knobs if you’d like. Press the same key to end recording and start looping your adjustments.
You can also sequence the automations with the Aux button/Footswitch. A long press will record enable. Pressing an automation key will start recording. Press the Aux/FS again to stop recording and start the sequence playback.
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Cool patch! Been thinking of picking up an electric guitar to pair up with the Organelle, although haven’t played in years. What is the signal chain here? Guitar straight in or do you use a DI?


@ghostly606 Yeah - Electric guitar is pretty fun with the Organelle! In this video, the guitar is going straight in to the Organelle input.


it’s really ace!

i thought that a great adaptation would be if the programmed effect change (the knob twists) could be triggered by the start of the note coming in.