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Sunday, February 26, 2017

When Robots Started Dreaming

Published on Feb 26, 2017 Atomic Shadow

"Shot live in Chicago at the 2014 KnobCob synthesizer convention. The live rig consisted of two signal generators through guitar pedals, EMW-200 mini-synth, Roland SP-404 and a mixer. The track is a live version of When Robots Started Dreaming from the album City Of Chrome And Glass. See atomicshadow.com for more."

Excellent Japan Freeship synthesizer keyboard Sequential Circuits / PROPHET-5

SN 5561 via this auction

"Excellent Japan Freeship synthesizer keyboard Sequential Circuits / PROPHET-5 REV3.3 / MIDI

PROPHET-5, from the Sequential Circuits, Inc., is an analog synthesizer of 5 voice polyphony which started to sell it in 1978.
This is REV3.3. Memory 120 tone, will be the MIDI equipped model.

Internal chip is made of CES (Curtis Electromusic Specilities), stability compared to Rev.1 and 2 by the voltage control method has changed has increased."

I do not know why this one is referred to as "Japan Freeship synthesizer". If you bid, I suggest you go through eBay's system to make sure you are protected.

Waldorf Pulse Plus SN 96510758

via this auction

"Monophonic synthesizer equipped with three oscillators and an arpeggiator. Its 100 patch programs are divided into 59 presets, 40 user sounds and one random sound. In addition to some standard modulations, four freely routable modulation units with selectable source, amount and destination give almost unlimited possibilities for analog bass and lead synth sounds.

On the Pulse+ model, there is a built-in MIDI to CV converter with CV/Gate input and output for communicating with your old analog gear. All parameter changes are sent and received as MIDI controller messages. There are up to 16 modulation sources, 4 routable modulation units with adjustable source, amount and destination parameters, 6 knobs and 4 buttons for convenient editing."

GEOSynths - Nemesis Delay - Source Audio w/ Behringer DeepMind12

Published on Feb 26, 2017 GEOSynths

"With a similar form factor to Strymon DIG and other pedals by them, but with features you'd find on more expensive delays, the Nemesis Delay by Source Audio is an excellent pedal. With Stereo ins and outs, line level and lots of algorithms, this really is one of the best you can buy."

OB6 Ambient PADS! - Mostly Music - Demo/Tutorial - OBERHEIM DSI

Published on Feb 26, 2017 Earmonkey Music

"Exploring ambient pads with the OB6. I do a little talking to explain a few things that are going on, but this is mostly just music."


"100% #DSIMopho layered over 28 tracks in 'Giant' by @FabrizioCavalca"

via @dsiSequential

Live Behringer Deepmind 12 Synthesizing patches from scratch

Streamed live 19 hours ago Flux302 of Fluxwithit.com

"in this live stream I create patches from scratch and take questions in the live chat. Fluxwithit.com
The Behringer DeepMind 12 is a 12 voice analog synthesizer with digital effects. the oscillators are DCO (analog with digital control)
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Hicut Cake Classics :: J.S. Bach – Invention No. 13 in A Minor // Analog Keys // EHX Cathedral

Published on Feb 26, 2017 hicutcake

"J.S. Bach – Invention No. 13 in A Minor, BWV 784

– Elektron Analog Keys
– Electro Harmonix Cathedral

Recorded at: Studio Tort, Warsaw, Poland 2017"


Published on Feb 26, 2017 ux256

RSF Blackbox SN 13437

via this auction

"Here’s an Extremely RARE item from the French Synthesizers Made By Ruben & Serge Fernandez in the 70′s…
The RSF Blackbox is a small 18 keys mini synthesizer that can turn your Analog Monophonic Synthesizers into Polyphonic by the use of CV/Gate with both type of Voltage Source as CV Volt/Oct. And/Or Hertz Volts and Both Gate Types as Positive Gate (V-Trigger) or Negative Gate (S-Trigger).

So basically you can control & use every kind of Analog Synthesizer with this unit like Korg, Roland, Yamaha, Kawai, Sequential Circuits, Moog, ARP, Oberheim, Other RSF, Etc…"