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Wednesday, December 07, 2016

'S Gone - CALC- Novation Circuit controlling 0-Coast, ARP 2600, Leploop and a ton of other stuff.


Published on Dec 7, 2016 -CALC-

"This is a bit of a monster set-up. Circuit is controlling everything and it's a huge chain of events.

The track found its way into two parts with a huge pallette of synths at the beginning and a Leploop psyche odyssey jam at the end. not without it's errors but it was a jam.

Gearwise:

Circuit's MIDI output is feeding a Hotchki55 Banana split 6 way MIDI thru.
That in turn is feeding MIDI to a Roland Juno106, Korg Poly61M, Make Noise 0-coast, Leploop… oh the lovely Leploop and (using the fantastic Hotchki55 CVOCD MIDI to CV converter) the Multi Cassa V2 is being triggered by Circuit’s Drum 3+4

A nice thing is using the 0-Coasts MIDI B CV and Gate output to control the ARP2600 from Circuit’s Synth (MIDI) 2 sequence. Having the ARP sequenced from Circuit is a massive joy!
Circuit’s synth 2 track is actually sequencing the Juno, Korg, ARP and its own Circuit sound towards the end.
Synth 1 is controlling the Leploop and 0-Coast sound arpeggiating notes from MIDI 1 but with a trigger from the CVOCD for a bit of rhythmic interest.

All the stuff is running through the strymon Big Skies and TimeLine and the Circuit takes a slightly dizzy spell through the amazing Rodec Restyler.

The Strymons really PSYCHE this out towards the end of the track.

Of course the is a heavy helping of Leploops Cassa and noisey hats throughout and the incredible new Multicassa V2 is just sublime. Especially triggering it from a sequencer… there is a lot more to come with this little wooden box.

So there is the set up… as I said it’s monster but everything used is totally being controlled by the two MIDI channels of Circuit, with some percussion and triggering added by Circuits sample drum tracks. The Leploop, 0-Coast and MultiCassa take their midiclock from Circuit too.

Just goes to show what you can do with two midi channels and 4 drum tracks and a midiclock output."

Synton Fenix Drone Patch


Published on Dec 7, 2016 Perfect Circuit Audio

"Drone patch with the Synton Fenix patchable synthesizer."

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Make Noise STO demo


Published on Dec 7, 2016 Perfect Circuit Audio

"Double STO's going on in this video! The STO is Make Noise's classic VCO. It is similar to a single channel of the DPO, but with a few adjustments. It has three outputs, a dedicated Sine output, a square wave Suboctave output, and a waveshaped output, which morphs from a soft triangle to something in between a Triangle and Square wave."

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MFB Kult Drum Machine


via this auction

"This thing is NUTS. A little box filled with samples of some of the best drum machines of all time. It sounds gritty and awesome. Perfect for experimental house, techno, or indy dance type stuff.

Vintage 80s DK Synergy II version 2.45


via this auction

"Holiday Greetings fellow synth lovers. Here we have a DK Synergy II with flight case, pedal (you need the pedal connected so the portamento will engage, it was around 1997 that I read this in the manual and it relieved a lot of frustration), and original manuals (not a copy) for the serial interface and operation of the Synergy itself.

This DKII is version 2.45 and is a transitional instrument for DK before they moved on to the DKII+ with midi.

With the serial port you are able to load sounds, attach the Synergy to a sequencer, and the best feature is you can slave the DKII to another DKII or DKII+ for double the DK power and sound, connecting them to each other's serial port. I've done this and it sounds insane with some of the more aggressive sounding patches.

The complete manual for all these operations is thankfully included. The manual for the serial interface is very in depth.

This unit powers on and works great."

ROLAND SH-1000 SN 140564


via this auction

"CONDITION: 2 of the knobs have chips in the tops. I believe the faux wood has been painted black and some reflecting strips were added. The Roland on the back is missing the O. A couple of the pots are a tiny bit scratchy. Everything seams to work."

Two Yamaha DX7s One Hedge. Some KLF riffs too! :D


Published on Dec 7, 2016 Hedge 777

"Just making some noise twitches,"

How many of you were out there when this came out?

KLF - 3 a m eternal (Complete)

Prophet 6 Pads with Strymon Big Sky - If the Galaxy had a Sound


Published on Dec 7, 2016 Taylor Lars

"If the heavens could make a sound, I believe it would come from a prophet 6. Hope you enjoy."

Moog Sub 37 Strings and Bass Swell with Strymon Deco


Published on Dec 7, 2016 Taylor Lars

"I was messing around and found the perfect string sound. Here is a soulful little clip with this amazing machine."

Synthesizers.com Modular Synth


via this auction

"Synthesizers.com P22 Portable

· Portable case, 22 MU slots

· Allen Bradley Controller/Computer grade Power supplies included

· List of modules:

· 3 Q106 oscillators

· 3 Q161 oscillator mixers, very cool for live performance, no patching of different waves

· 1 Q150, low-pass-Filter, very accurate Moog style LPF

· 1 Q104 midi interface, Plug in via your midi keyboard and you’re ready to go.

· 1 Q105 Slew limiter, creates your Portimento/Glide.

· 1 Q117 Sample and Hold, ELP “Welcome Back my Friends”

· 1 Q125 Signal Processor

· 1 Q110 Noise Generator

· 1 Q112 Mixer

· 1 Q124 Multiples

· 2 Q109 Envelope Generators

· 1 Q105 Amplifier

· 1 Blank panel, I would add another Q105 amplifier, never got around to finishing it.

· Total 16 of Rogers patch cables

· 7 12” cables

· 6 26” cables

· 3 38” cables, There were also two hard patching switches added on the envelope generators , (shown in picture), that connect directly to the midi controller Gate. Saves patching two cables."