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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Published on Jul 29, 2014 William Mathewson
"Alex, from WMD, gives and in depth demonstration of the SSM Expand Module, an expand module for the Sequential Switch Matrix. In this video, Alex covers all of the jacks, buttons, and knobs, and their individual features and uses.
For more information, Visit WMDevices.com"
You might remember the previous demos posted here, here and here. Above is a new playlist and the details via Corsynth:
"The C106 Dual Loopable VC AD Envelope & more it’s a really versatile module. It’s not only a Dual Voltage Controlled Attack / Decay envelope, it’s also a dual VC LFO, an audio generator, a complex contour generator, a dual pulse delay, a voltage controlled AD envelope with adjustable delay and more….
The core of this module are two loopable voltage controlled Attack / Decay envelopes that can be interconnected in different ways to create different functions.
Two independent Attack / Decay envelopes ( single shot or looping )
Envelope A triggers the Envelope B after reach the end of the Attack phase
Envelope A triggers the Envelope B after reach the end of the Decay phase
Envelope B triggers the Envelope A after reach the end of the Decay phase
Envelope A triggers the Envelope B after reach the end of the Attack phase and Envelope B triggers Envelope A after reach the end of the Decay phase
Envelope A triggers the Envelope B after reach the end of the Decay phase and Envelope B triggers Envelope A after reach the end of the Decay phase
Corsynth C106 Dual Loopable VC AD Envelope & More
Each envelope has four manual controls, Attack/Decay time and Attack/Decay shape, continuously variable from exponential to logarithmic. The A/D times can be voltage controlled using the three available modulation inputs, one for the Attack time, one for the Decay time and one that controls the Attack and Decay times simultaneously.
Attack / Decay times without voltage control:
Exponential Attack : from 0.5 ms to 7.5 s
Logarithmic Attack : from 5.5 ms to 68 s
Exponential Decay : from 4 ms to 10 s
Logarithmic Decay : from 37 ms to 94 s
Each envelope has an envelope output (0 to 5V), a bipolar output ( +/-5V ), an END pulse output (outputs a short pulse every time the envelope reach the end of the Decay stage) and a gate/trigger input.
There are also another two common outputs with special functions :
A+B output: outputs the addition of the Envelope A and Envelope B. This function is really useful to create complex envelopes, delayed envelopes …
A-B output: outputs the subtraction of the Envelope A and Envelope B. Using this output you can get inverted envelopes, complex waveforms…
This module is built using high quality electronic components, Switchcraft jacks, NKK switches, Cosmo knobs (the same used in the Moog Modulars) , black anodized aluminium front panel…."
via CatSynth where you'll find more pics and some coverage.
"The 2014 Outsound Music Summit in underway. And as usual, we began with our popular community event Touch the Gear. We had a large crowd of all ages, and delightful cacophony of unusual musical sounds."
Left [Photo by Elise Gargalikis]: "There were several first-time participants this year, including Elise Gargalikis and Dmitri SFC of coa-modular.comwith their 'wall of Serge'. It was fun to get to try this out myself."
Bottom 1 [Photo by Frank Lin]: "This year, I brought the analog modular (specifically, about two-thirds of the current module collection) and the new Moog Theremini"
Bottom 2: "There was a Minimoog sighting, of course."
via this auction
"Up for sale is this eurorack analog modular synth with a sweet assortment of Make Noise, Doepher and Pittsburg modules. This synth is ready to make any sound from spaced out squelches to clean creamy string parts. All modules and case are in "like-new" condition. Controlled by midi or CV/Gate or both!! Free UPS shipping with insurance.
TOP ROW(L to R):
a-190-1 -Midi interface
Make Noise DPO
Make Noise Optomix
A-160 -clock divider
Pittsburg Ring Mod
Make Noise Maths
Make Noise MMG
A-120 -24db LPF (low pass filter)
Make Noise Echophon
All housed in a A-100g6 case from Doepher
Also includes over 30 patch cables.
to build would cost $3565.00, its a deal."
via this auction
"This is a very solid TB 303 in great working condition. With normal wear and tear. see pics. It has a sequentix midi system added so you can link right up to most DAWs.
MIDIBass 303 Mark II if you go to the sequentix web site they have tons of info.
The MIDIBass 303 is the ultimate MIDI retrofit for the classic Roland TB-303.
As you'd expect, MIDIBass allows the 303 synth section to be controlled by any MIDI keyboard or sequencer.
And now the Mark II version adds MIDI control over filter cutoff.
More significantly, MIDIBass transmits the notes from the 303's internal sequencer via MIDI - giving you the ability to capture the unique quality of patterns created through the TB user-interface.
This is ideal for further editing or chaining patterns on a PC or hardware sequencer, pattern backup, or doubling-up the 303 sound with another synth."
"Fade from 0 to 10 of Oscillator 1 — the browning out starts around 3:00 o'clock (on the pot), and then Overdrive II is switched on for added boost and color. And then... it is toggled on and off. The filter resonance is maxed at end for good measure."
Published on Jul 29, 2014 tarekith
"I wanted to give a quick overview of the Teenage Engineering OP-1, and some thoughts on how it sounds and functions. Hope you enjoy!"
Teenage Engineering on eBay