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Saturday, December 10, 2016

Ewa Justka MF2 Videos


Published on Dec 8, 2016

First five videos are by Brian Comnes, last video is by Ewa Justka, the maker of the MF2. MF does stand for what you think.

Playlist:
Ewa justka MF2 trial run
Ewa justka MF2 trial run
MF2 demo 3 with simple easel sequence
MF2 demo 4 with Pocket Operator Rhythm and FrostWave Resonator
MF2 DEMO 5 with Bastl BitRanger
MF2 DIY Delay/Reverb with built in VCO


http://ewajustka.tumblr.com/?soc_src=mail&soc_trk=ma

The MF2 is super versatile audio synth or effect pedal, perfect for noise musicians as well doomcore lovers AS WELL AS FOR NORMAL PEOPLE who play guitars. or sing. not sure what normal people do.

It is a developed version of the MF1 Delay/Reverb pedal

It contains double PT2399 (double delay, double reverb), you can choose how much delay/reverb you want (basically wet/dry) and you can decide if you want to use both delays or one.

It also contains built in VCO with a clock also built in, you can choose if you want to use the internal clock but you can also use an external trigger/cv signal to control vco, which than can be fed into delay units. It also contains noise push button for extra feedback amount."

You can find the MF2 on Etsy here.

Runaway Melody: Library Modular Pt. 5


Published on Dec 10, 2016 Jade Rose

All parts here.

"This is my newest improvisation on the modular synthesizer at the Lawrence Public Library. For processing, I was tweaking a Eventide PitchFactor off screen. I also cheated a bit at the end and added some convolution reverb to fade the song away :) Link to high quality download: https://soundcloud.com/user-249275247..."



Exploring The Original R.A. MOOG Modular Synthesizer System


Published on Dec 10, 2016 Reverb.com

"In the world of synthesizers and electronic music at large, Bob Moog is a giant. His creations and his brand have become the standard by which all synthesizers are judged. In the late 1960's, R.A. Moog created their infamous modular synthesizer and with it, electronic music history was changed. When Mike Borish heard that Roosevelt University in Chicago had one of these monolithic synths sitting in disrepair, he had to fix it up and get it sequencing once again. And so he did, and Reverb was lucky enough to sit down with Mike and the Moog Modular to hear some crazy sounds. Read more about the Moog Modular at http://bit.ly/2hqGw90"

Leap : Moog Minimoog Model D Reissue


Published on Dec 10, 2016 100 Things I Do

"It finally is mine! No more lusting over second hand MiniMoog's for the rest of my life!

As most people will know mid this year Moog put this amazing monster back into production (unfortunatly killing the Voyager in the process). How is it... as good if not better than the original. It has a better keyboard mech, nice new features delivered via discrete mods, added LFO and best of all new components and Warrantee! Plus is cheaper than a lot of Second Hand minimoogs on the market!

The track is a collection of sounds I liked, 100% recorded only using the MiniMoog then organised . The Eventide Black Hole makes a return as the reverb of choice (as I always say, an almost instrument in itsself). I hope you enjoy :D"

Kinetic Sound PRISM Synthesizer Sound Demo Cassette 1980


Published on Dec 10, 2016 Encyclotronic

"The ultimate musical instrument, the PRISM is completely digital, poly-phonic, and programmable. Never be-fore has so much capability been offered in one compact musical pack-age. You'll find all the features you'd expect of a digital synthesizer plus a wealth of unique new ones"

Product description via Encyclotronic where you'll find additional pics and info:

"Introducing... the most exciting performance-oriented digital synthesizer in the world

Here at last is your dream machine... a musical instrument uniquely your own... one that whets your artistic appetite to create and play all the colorful sounds of the spectrum.

Yamaha DX7 & DX9 Synthesizer Milestones Demonstration Cassette 1983


Published on Dec 10, 2016 Encyclotronic

"The Yamaha DX7 is a FM Digital Synthesizer manufactured by the Yamaha Corporation from 1983 to 1986. Tone generation in the DX7 is based on linear frequency modulation synthesis (FM) based on research by John Chowning at Stanford University."

Octatrack vs. Analog Four - What if (live)


Published on Dec 10, 2016 MrGOFIOvideos

"Again, having a fun time with elektron gadgets. It's a 113 bpm electronic track (kind of) using one drum pattern in the octatrack and a few melodic patterns managed in the Analog Four. You can listen to the individual sounds at the beginning."

Korg Volca FM and Volca Beats into Mattoverse Warble Swell Deluxe


Published on Dec 10, 2016 mattoverse

"Korg Volca FM and Volca Beats into Mattoverse Warble Swell Deluxe
Thanks to my 6yr old daughter for programming the drum part"

https://reverb.com/shop/mattoverse

Jam #7 Elektron Machinedrum UW+ Dave Smith Mopho x4 and Zoom Ms70Cdr


Published on Dec 10, 2016 MPTY

"Little jam before going out"

Pittsburgh Modular Percussion Sequencer Demo


Published on Dec 10, 2016 Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers

"A seriously featured, 4 channel eurorack beat programmer with a classic drum machine style interface. Seamlessly move around the module tweaking patterns and effects without ever stopping the beat. Easily create new patterns using the live performance or step recording modes, then add one of the powerful pattern effects to each channel to take the sequence to a new level. Eurorack drum programming has come to life."

You can find details on the Pittsburgh Percussion Sequencer eurorack module here.