Jorchime

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Transient split with VolumeShaper
2023-11-23
2023-11-23

Can we use Cableguys VolumeShaper and its transient detection together with REAPERs routing capabilities to split a signal into transient and sustain sections? Yes we can! This is a another transient shaper on steroids!

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Amplitude split with REAPER 7 FX Containers
2023-11-10
2023-11-10

Can we use REAPERs routing capabilities to split a signal by amplitude? Yes we can! In fact, REAPER 7s new FX Containers make this even more convenient. This is a transient shaper on steroids!

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First Three Eurorack Modules and Reaktor
2020-09-25
2020-09-25

What are the first modules to get, when starting with Eurorack? I am trying to answer that question for myself and look into digital alternatives in Reaktor.

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Building a New Bass Synth With Reaktor Blocks 2020-09-11

I am preparing a bass synthesizer for a new eerie electronic project. The project is still in an early stage and things are in flux, but watching people with eurorack hardware on YouTube made me want to patch together my own instrument. Unfortunately, I am not in a place where I can afford to get addicted to eurocrack and go to software that I own instead.

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Introduction to Jorchime 2020-08-14

At the foot of the Jura mountains, I was thinking a lot about how things sound. I am a Software Developer, Physicist and Musician and will probably always go between these fields. But this also leads to ever-changing pet projects and I felt a need for cohesion and convergence between them. This is why I decided to look for an umbrella that groups all of these projects together, such that every new project finds a place under it.

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Compounding Growth in Pet-Projects 2020-08-21

Compounding, as in accumulated and accelerated growth – similar to compound interest. Can this concept be transferred to music production and coding? In this post, I want to approach this idea to learn if it can be useful to do more and plan less.

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First Thoughts on Online Collaboration 2020-08-28

If you are a musician in 2020, chances are you want to collaborate remotely with others. With this post, I am trying to set up a workflow that makes 100% remote collaboration a bit more fruitful.

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