Saturday, April 29, 2017
Published on Apr 28, 2017 SynthMorph
Virus FM Power is not just a distinct soundset of 94 presets based on FM synthesis capabilities of Access Virus, but also contains 20 special morphing Synthmorph MIDI sequences."
Published on Apr 29, 2017 mller30161
"You can buy it for 5,90 € on my homepage: https://korg-minilogue.jimdo.com
My KORG "MiniLogue Midi Editor" is a Midi Editor /Controller for the popular Synth "MiniLogue" . It`s a Remote and Sound Editor.
It provides a simple access to all important parameters.
The Plug-In allows you to set the hardware easily and automated the controller movement from the DAW, they can be stored in your Project.
It is possible as VST and Standalone for PC 32/64 Bit and Mac as VST, Standalone and AU.
With the X-Y-Pad any controller can be selected and controlled.
You can select the sound off the "MiniLogue" (Factory- and User -Bank ).
The parameter can be changed on the "MiniLogue Midi Editor", an stored on MiniLogue Hardware."
Published on Apr 29, 2017 DivKidVideo
"Worng give us a great presentation of their Mid Side Matrix module the LRMSMSLR. We start with two oscillators detuned and hard panned then audio rate stereo width manipulation creating some hard stereo sideband ring mod style action. Then move onto creating stereo FX from mono modules. By using the side output into a mono Music Thing Modular Spring Reverb we can then decode that for a stereo spring reverb sound ... crazy! I think I need a few of these."
Published on Apr 22, 2017
Recorded in my home studio in Amsterdam on April 8th 2017
1. Intro Juno60 & OB6 jam - 0m0s
2. Unknown Territory - https://youtu.be/0NIIR8QU8Hk#t=6m10s
3. Dawn - 12m30s
4. Gravity - 23m35s
5. Halo - 31m40s
6. Alterite - 38m35s
7. Parkland - 46m30s
8. Outro - 55m15s
Gear used live:
- Roland Juno60
- DSI OB6
- Livid ds1
- Push2 & Ableton Live
- Strymon BigSky
- UAD Apollo8
Introduction to Eurorack Expansion from Learning Modular on Vimeo.
"The introductory movie to my upcoming course 'Learning Modular Synthesis: Eurorack Expansion.' This course will look at classic examples of the wide variety of modules available in each category such as oscillators, filters, modulators, and more, giving you a better idea what to look for in a module, and how to put it to use once you add it to your modular system. This will also help you learn what feature enables what sound or technique, so you will be better informed when you go shopping for modules.
This course will be available through Lynda.com and LinkedIn Learning in July 2017, and will be supplemented with weekly updates on LearningModular.com. In the meantime, check out this article on choosing important utility or 'glue' modules you will probably need to best take advantage of new modules you add to your semi-modular or core full-modular system: http://learningmodular.com/the-eurorack-expansion-host-rack/"