Summer is over, but we still want to play!⁠ In this video, we’ll see how to recreate the classic ‘Bouncing Ball’ patch – using only two FALISTRI!⁠


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  1. Set both generators of the first FALISTRI in ‘Loop’ mode and their time scale to ‘Long’.
  2. Set the yellow generator’s ‘Rise’ knob fully counter-clockwise and its ‘Fall’ knob at 3 o’clock.
  3. Set the green generator’s ‘Rise’ knob fully counter-clockwise and its ‘Fall’ knob at 11 o’clock.
  4. Set the green generator of the second FALISTRI to ‘Loop’ mode and its time scale to ‘Short’.
  5. Patch the second FALISTRI’s 4QM out to your favorite output section.
  6. Patch the first FALISTRI’s unipolar output to the second FALISTRI’s 4QM input #1.
  7. Patch the first FALISTRI’s yellow inverted output to the green generator’s V/ooct input.
  8. Patch the yellow EOF to the green Trig/Gate input.
    (Now the yellow generator will reset the green generator and control its frequency.)
  9. Now remove the green bipolar output from the second FALISTRI’s 4QM and patch it to the first FALISTRI’s 4QM input #2.
    (The yellow generator will now control also the green one’s amplitude.)
  10. (Optional) patch the first FALISTRI’s MAX out to the V/oct input of the second FALISTRI’s green generator, or to its ‘Fall’ CV in.
    (Play with different settings of the first FALISTRI’s attenuverters to obtain different “bouncing” effects.)