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Friday, September 04, 2015
1. SPACE CASE Tape Echo Demo Series - 3 - SYNTHS - Arpeggiation Character and Oscillation (Roland SH-101)
2. SPACE CASE Tape Echo Demo Series - 2 - DRUM MACHINES - Feedback Rhythms from Spaced Hits (brand new 808 and 909 samples by the venerable Samples from Mars in Brooklyn NY)
3. SPACE CASE Tape Echo Demo Series - 1 - VOCALS - Traditional Use and Explorations (Bob Marley solo vocal)
The Space Case is a new tape echo for the modern vintage workflow. Each is hand made in limited batches in New York at The Center for Memory and Control. The machine operates at line level, and the sound can be described as being a combination between the original slap machines hooked up to consoles in the 50's (the original echo invention) and the classic Hi-Z devices from the 60's and 70's. It is inherently well suited for things like synthesizers, drum machines, and other unbalanced line level musical instruments and equipment. Hi-Z/Guitar and Balanced Line connectivity can be added (see features). It comes in white or black!
- Six time ranges
- a line level insert TRS jack for adding external processing of the echo/feedback path (i.e. using a synth or any other device to add resonance, more eq, and any other shaping you want)
- A time adjust knob for a wide sweep within each range
- Powerful feedback with plenty of self oscillation
- Echo tone
- Independent echo and dry output level
- Opamp overdrive at the output stage that can be applied to dry, echo, or any blend of both. (you can use the machine as a distortion unit with no tape/echo involved)
- Classic "playback and record" operation with speed differences. The machine is designed to be able to go down to near dead stop, so one can create extreme changes in analog tape fidelity and timing by recording at one speed and playing back in another. Feedback, tone, and speed/time can be performed live and recorded/played back with further tone and speed changes.
- A small loud speaker that is driven by the same opamp overdrive, effectively giving you a small but saturated and strong sounding "guitar amp" with whatever signal you're using
- A VU meter!
- 1/4" TS in and out
- Optional HI-Z/Guitar/Instr breakout pedal with a Crimson transformer, true bypass footswitch and a bonus DI function
- Optional transformer balanced XLR Line I/O with two Crimson transformers
Published on Sep 4, 2015 Calle Nilsson
"Just a simple little demo with the arpeggiator with the Bass Station 2."
Published on Sep 3, 2015 severence
"// experimenting with rf noise while making patch notes for the synchrodyne resonestor video
// modules used in this patch
addac802 vca quintet mixing console
abstract data logic boss
alm pamela's workout
evaton technologies rf nomad
make noise dual prismatic oscillator
make noise mmg
make noise rené
modcan quad lfo
mutable instruments clouds
nonlinearcircuits super sloth
steady state fate positronic transient gate
steady state fate propagate
steady state fate ultra-random analog
wmd sequential switch matrix
wmd sequential switch matrix expand
wmd synchrodyne expand
// patch notes
addac802 vca quintet mixing console (a) out1 - schippmann vcf-02 input1
Published on Sep 4, 2015 RetroSound
"(c) 2015 vintage synthesizer demo by RetroSound
all sounds: KORG MAXI-KORG 800DV Dual-Channel Analog Synthesizer (1974)
I used the VCA repeat function for triggering the envelopes
fx: delay & reverb"
Published on Sep 3, 2015 kink303
"KiNK session with Roland AIRA modular (Torcido, Scooper), TR-8 and a Rhodes piano. I use Torcido as a preamp and tremollo effect on the Rhodes, also as a modulation source for Scooper. I use Scooper as looper / sampler, I trigger Scooper`s sample start and Torcido`s LFO reset with TR-8`s rim shot. Rhodes piano as a sound source, drums - TR-8. Here are the modification files for both modules, if you want to use them like me: https://www.sendspace.com/file/w8q669"
Published on Sep 4, 2015 perfectcircuitaudio
Perfect Circuit Audio on eBay
Published on Mar 14, 2015 Theodor Tonwerfer
"Studio Tonwerfer 13032015 / Moog & Vst Reverb"
Theodor Tonwerfer - Moog Sub 37 (2)
Published on Apr 22, 2015
Jam Nr. 2 (04/2015)
SUB37 & Reverb FX
Published on Sep 4, 2015 PanzerLyu
"Very simple instructions and patch to get the sound of great 80s song "Save Prayer" by Duran Duran.
Note: the line out of the Arturia Microbrute goes into the Marshall MS-4 micro guitar amp to use the gain/disortion FX.
Excuse me for the noise in the background, I forgot my Korg Monotron Delay open! very noisy machine! LOL
Marshall MS-4 micro guitar amp
Korg Volca Beats
Boss RC-505 (master clock)
Preset reverb and delay from the Xenyx X1622USB mixer
Behringer Xenyx X1622USB
Behringer Micromix MX400
Behringer U-Control UCA222
No VSTs, no PC, no DAW involved. Only hardware instruments.
No overdubbing. All played live"