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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Doepfer A106-5 12 db SEM filter vs. A124 Wasp Filter Pt. 1a LP/HP/Notch

Published on Mar 26, 2015 Raul's World of Synths

"Continuing the Doepfer A106-5 video series. This time we look at a few similarities and differences between the two filters. Sound and Video by Raul Pena"

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Reason #36 That You Should Enter the BMF Moog Liberation Raffle! - Demo Video

Published on Mar 26, 2015 moogfoundation

"The Moog Liberation may not be as well-known as the Minimoog, but it packs a wallop in warm, analog, vintage tone. bit.ly/FoundationLiberation"

Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 SN 2068

via this auction

"Prophet 5 serial # 2068. It is in excellent shape, as I have had it serviced by Wine Country, and the receipt will be sent to the buyer for proof. It has a calzone road case, which has been reformed, as well as both operation manual and technical manual. It is almost perfect cosmetically, except for a couple chips in the case. It gets a 9 out of 10. It does not affect the functionality at all. It is currently loaded with factory patches. It is rev 3.0, and does not have MIDI."

wholetone clave

Published on Mar 26, 2015 Ebotronix

4ms Peg, QCD /Expander² ,QPLFO, RCD, VCA Matrix
Analogue Systems RS110²², RS 360²,RS 500e²
Bananalogue Serge VCS
Doepfer R2m, A101-2, A114, A118,A134²²,A141, A143-2,
A152, A175²²,A185-2, A138abc, A192-1( 4Vox midi CC ),MCV4
Flame 4 Vox ,Chord Machine², FX 16, Talking Synth Module²
flight of harmony choices
Make Noise Brains ,PP²,Maths²,Moddemix²²,QMMG,
Optomix, René, Wogglebug²
Malekko Anti²², Unkle²²,Jag
Moog Taurus 2, FreqBox²², MP201
Oberheim Sem
Roland SVC-350 Vocoder, System 104 Sequencer
SSL Modulation Orgy
Tip Top Audio Z8000 manual voltage source
Toppobrillo Quantimator²(wholetone),Sportmodulator
Logic masterclock to Kenton Pro 2000
Rocktron Rack Interface²
FX :Alesis 3630, Lexicon MPX100, MX400, Line 6 Echopro ,
TC M one XL, M3000
mackie the mixer³
drums: cv triggered Clavia D Drum 4
vid # 1273

LinnStrument Arpeggiator Demo by Roger Linn

Published on Mar 26, 2015 Roger Linn Design

A quick demo from the man himself.


Published on Mar 26, 2015

Another video showing the editing interface of the KORG DSS-1 including its unique ability to draw oscillator waveforms. Organ patch for this one. You'll find a demo below you can pull for sampling.

Korg DSS-1s on eBay

"Real Time Sound Design...2
Diseño De Sonido En Tiempo Real...2
Tempo Reale Sound Design...2
Design Sonore En Temps Réel...2"


Octave Cat SRM 4 note sequence

Published on Mar 26, 2015 zaphid

Interesting little trick with the Octave Cat.

"quote from a Sound on Sound article:

'A Trick Of The Tail
Octave also made a lot of noise about their so-called '4-note Sequencer Patch' on the CAT. This was a trick by which you turned OSC1 to its subsonic range for LFO duties, and then used the sub-oscillator (a squarewave) and the pulse wave to modulate the pitch of OSC2. The result was a 4-note sequence which, it you set the sliders on OSC1 very carefully, could be used to play arpeggio-like effects.'

You can add swing by narrowing the width of the pulse shape"

Live Performance by Bastl Instruments on Modular & Euclidean Function Overview

Published on Mar 26, 2015 cdmtv

"Quick live jam on the modular from Bastl Instruments (CZ) - at a workshop hosted by Schneidersladen, Berlin. More to come."

Bastl Instruments show Euclidean functions

Published on Mar 26, 2015

"Euclidean rhythms generated by the new Knit Rider sequencer modular from Bastl Instruments (CZ) - at a workshop hosted by Schneidersladen, Berlin. More to come."

MFB DOMINION X SED // 1st firing up // miniature 35

Published on Mar 26, 2015 LESINDES

"firing up MFB DOMINION X SED for the first time.... what a sound!!"

MFB on eBay

Raspberry Pi Music Synthesis

Published on Mar 26, 2015 Pi Synth

"Two USB MIDI keyboards, one Raspberry Pi Model B+ (first generation), simultaneous Virtual Analog synth plus 2-layer sample replay synth."

Raspberry Pi Music Synthesis : multi-synth sequencing

Published on Mar 26, 2015

"A first-generation Raspberry Pi (Model B+ overclocked to 950MHz) runs a sequencing application which drives 8 simultaneous soft synths running on the Pi, and also renders the 2-oscilloscope waveform on screen via OpenGL ES.

6 of the synths are 2.5 oscillator Virtual Analog monosynths, the other 2 are 2-layer sample replay synths, each supporting 12 notes of polyphony. All percussion sounds were also sampled from the Pi Virtual Analog synth, so every sound - apart from the wonderful massed Caitlin Downie vocal 'Mmmh' and 'Aaah' - is derived from the same Raspberry Pi Virtual Analog codebase."