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Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Published on Sep 27, 2016 karenevil
"Last night improvisation with recorded outdoor's ambient sound (or noise).
Krome was used as MIDI keyboard for the minilogue."
Published on Sep 27, 2016 Nathan Hahn
"This synthesizer loop is part of a weekly exorcise in looping that I am using to push myself further into the practices of looping, filming, and recording. I used a Roland TR-08, Oberheim Echoplex, Korg Taktile, and Electribe Sampler, as well as the Waldorf Streichfett, and Rocket."
via this auction
"Buchla Music Easel purchased new by Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers to test with our products. We used this unit on our test bench for a few weeks. before it was packed back up.
The sale includes everything that we received with the unit. Original box, patch cables, power adapter, quick start guide, demo dvd, program cards, removable lid, small patch cable bag. We calibrated the tracking of the unit and included a print out of the calibration procedure for future reference. The synthesizer will be double boxed and shipped from Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers."
via this auction
"Moog Voyager Old School was purchased new by Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers to test with our products. We used this unit on our test bench for a few months before it was packed up.
The nameplate on the front of the synthesizer has a small bend in the lower right corner (see picture).
The sale includes everything that we received with the unit. Original box, IEC power cable, manual, and patch book. The synthesizer will be triple boxed and shipped from Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers."
Published on Sep 27, 2016 Sean Pendleton
"Turing machine Klee duet. Braids triggered with it's internal VCA and in meta mode, Braids in /|/|/| mode going into the Manhattan Audio SVVCF, Rings being Rings. Stupid dicking about with my DIY synth."
Published on Sep 27, 2016 Manuele Montesanti
"This is Voltage..my song. This is Drift-lab..my music project. This is #yamaharefacedx...my solo"
via Division 6.
How cool is that? A business card that is actually functional. I love it when manufactures do this. Analogue Solutions had a circuit board business card as well. If you know of others, feel free to leave a comment.
Details, including how to get your own, via Division 6:
"Boards for this fun little sequencer, which can also be used as a tiny keyboard, were handed out to everybody who attended Knobcon 2016. If you're wondering what to do with your board, or want to get one of your very own, you've come to the right place.
Connections, From Left to Right
Power In: 7-15VDC, tip positive (Don't reverse it or it will get mad). Just find a voltage source on your synth somewhere. If the notes being played by the sequencer seem flat, the power supply you have chosen may be dropping too much under load. If you can't or don't want to use your synth to power the sequencer, you can use a 9V Battery or AC power supply.
Clock In: 0-5V is ideal, but going outside that range won't hurt it. Step will advance on rising edge.
CV Out: 1 volt/octave, C=1V/2V/3V. Connect to the CV in on your oscillator (or filter or whatever)
Gate Out: On=+5V. Plug this into your VCA, EG, etc. Gate timing follows the clock when the sequencer is running, buttons when in Ready mode, and stays on while programming.
Push Run to start playing a sequence. The true green Run LED will light to tell you that you are in Run mode. Push it again to Pause. The sequencer steps can be programmed while paused.
Push reset to stop the sequence, go to step 1, and enter Ready mode. The blue step LED will blink to let you know that you are in Ready mode. This means that when you press Run again, the sequencer will play step 1 on the next clock pulse instead of skipping it and going to step 2.
Published on Sep 27, 2016 Voltage Control Lab
"The DU-SEQ Eurorack sequencer has some tricks up it's sleeve, including CV input on the Direction/Address function which when modulated, dramatically alters sequence playback and step order.