Thursday, September 18, 2014
Published on Sep 18, 2014 Raul's World of Synths
"A short video exploring the processing of a Sine Wave with the Doepfer A137 Wave Multiplier. Part Two of Two. Sound and Video by Raul Pena."
All parts here.
Above is Ars Modular Musica I composed solely with Sonic Core's Scope Modular IV software.
You can find Ars Modular Musica I thorugh III at http://www.donemus.nl/CVDR.html. All three were composed with the Modular IV.
Published on Sep 18, 2014 LektroiD
"Cut short because the camera halted before the video was finished. A bit disappointed as the outro was really nice..
DIY Modular: base beat & drone
SH101: sequential effects
Moog Little Phatty: distorted Bass
Roland SH201: Chords
JD800: incidental riffs & chords
Published on Jul 12, 2013 snarfusmaximus
"A brief demonstration of the Music From Outer Space 16-step analogue sequencer on my Moog/DotCom format modular synthesiser. This was recorded in April 2013 and I have made a couple of minor modifications since.
The front panel was bought from Re:Synthesis and the parts from Elby Designs. Want to build one for yourself? Links below:
Music From Outer Space - http://www.musicfromouterspace.com
Re:Synthesis - http://www.bigbluewave.co.uk/resynthesis
Elby Designs - http://www.elby-designs.com"
via Victor Sumin on The MATRIXSYNTH Lounge
via this auction
"For sale is a one owner, all original, EMS Putney monophonic analog music synthesizer and Cricklewood keyboard.
This Putney is actually a VCS3a because it’s an early model, serial number 321.
Fascinated with the electronic music of the day, I purchased it and the keyboard new in 1969.
Here is what is right with it:
● Considering its age, It’s in very good condition. This package also includes the original patch pins, power cord, keyboard cable and vinyl cover.
● All the silver knob inserts are intact.
● The internal electronics are original. I have never had the synth or keyboard calibrated.
● I powered up the unit and checked the keyboard and all modules, matrix holes and pins, pots and verniers for basic functionality before having it professionally double boxed for shipment. In going through and listening to each module, I was reminded why I wanted the Putney in the first place. Its voice is unique and wonderful. Of course each oscillator’s pitch still drifts as much as when the unit was new. The keyboard needed to be "exercised" a bit before all its contacts functioned.
Here is what is wrong with it:
● Both reverb springs are in the reverb tank. One is still functioning, but the other is disconnected and lies loose.
● As is evident in the pictures, some of the wooden slots that hold the hardboard panels on the bottom and back of the main unit’s case have split off. I believe this happened while the synth was loaned to a friend. I never received a good explanation as to why. However, the panels still mount securely.
● Both internal speakers function, but one has a torn paper cone and sounds distorted (see photo)."
Published on Sep 18, 2014 Moogfest
"Sebastian Thomson, AKA Publicist came to the Moog Sound Lab to experiment with his song 'Slave'. He used 6 Minimoog Voyagers controlled by MIDI drum pads and crafted sounds to play with a track of accompaniment. Thomson sang through a vocal processor to deepen his voice and and a Minifooger Delay for a slap-back effect."