Thursday, November 26, 2015
Published on Nov 26, 2015 Computing.Sound
"- MicroBrute (plus Monotribe as extra Oscillator), Filter modulated by SQ-1, TC Electronic Flashback in PingPong-Mode
- A-108 as Sine-Osc. For the kick, Modulated A-110-1 as snare Noise through A-189-1 Bit Modifier hats
- Noise - A-1061 Xtreme Filter (modulated by LFO) - Ibanez Airplane AF2 Flanger - A-199 SPRV"
Published on Nov 26, 2015 DivKidMusic
"Ok so here's a correction about how to do Through Zero FM properly with Warps. In the original video I was modulating the channel's level input (which turns to a 1v/oct input for the internal oscillator when active) which does work for FM but not through zero and there's aliasing at higher frequencies. So to do this properly you use an audio rate signal into the channel's input (normally the audio input when the internal octave isn't active).
"The R-606 chip is a Virtual Analog Modelled vintage drum chip with that classic CR/Drumatix sound.
7 polyphonic trig inputs/6 analog input levels mixer.
Note that this chip will be released January 1st, 2016.
But a prerun is sold ONLY during Black Friday for $30.
There is only 20 chips in the prerun so be fast to get one.
This offer is only valid on Black Friday 27 Nov.
via this auction
"Moog Slim Phatty synth module in perfect condition no scratches or marks in pristine working condition.
Comes with CD manual, quick start guide and power cable.
The sound needs no introduction, it's a moog! Wide variety of sounds, and with two oscillators, it can be sweet, it can be huge!"
via this auction
"An incredibly rare Oberheim OB-MX analog synthesizer.
Fully Loaded with all 6 voice cards for 12 voices total!
100% fully functional with latest v2.0 OS and recently calibrated.
In excellent shape, minus some light rack rash it looks perfect.
Includes rare Original Manual (with some schematics) and power cable.
You aren't likely to find a nicer OB-MX, so if you've been saving up for one of these, now's your chance.
IMHO the sound equals any other vintage poly synth out there, incredible range of huge thick pads, modulations, leads, basses.
Very underrated, the routing options alone make this a powerful beast. Don't pass this one up!"
Published on Nov 26, 2015 AnalogAudio1
"(c) 2015 by AnalogAudio1
The DRUMMER ONE is a very rare, professional analog rhythm box from Elka, Italy. High quality hardware. All rhythms are mixable. All drum sounds have volume knobs to set the volume individually. It was primarily used by krautrock artists as Cluster (Zuckerzeit) and Kraftwerk.
I played the Drummer One with a small amout of ambience from a Lexicon MPX-500 and delay from a Korg SDD-3000. At the end of the video you hear SDD-3000 echo madness ;-)
"ELKA DRUMMER ONE" SAMPLE PACK
Do you like the Elka Drummer One sounds? You can purchase it as SAMPLE PACK for 6,99 Euros. All drum sounds of the machine are included (16 bit / 44,1 kHz wav samples).
Recording was made in high quality using RME studio equipment. All original pure sound directly from the machine's output, without any treatments.
After payment through PayPal you will get the sample pack via email.
If you want to buy the sample pack, send a message to
The following SAMPLE PACKS are available:
Published on Nov 25, 2015 peahix
Another great cover by peahix of http://optigan.com. Details on the synth parts below.
"Here's the latest in my periodic series of Depeche Mode song re-creations. I don't really call these "covers," because I'm not doing any sort of creative interpretation. The goal is to get as close as possible to the original recording by not using ANY samples or sound material from the original recording itself. So really, this is a technical exercise more than anything. As usual, I used the original album mix and the surround mix as reference points, and I also was able to hear a few details in DM's live recording. There are differences between these versions, so where I found conflicting parts or mix issues, I deferred to the original album mix. It's a pretty accurate transcription (probably the only one you'll find that gets the bassline right!), though there are some details that are buried in the mix of all the different versions, so I had to make some educated guesses for a few things, or I just fudged them. I sequenced this in Cubase with just two different soft synths- Retrologue and a PPG Wave freeware emulation I found online (http://www.hermannseib.com/english/sy...). Drums are Simmons SDSV samples I found online . Many of the effects on this track come from the PPG synth, so I did my best to get some sounds from the soft synth version that got in the ballpark. I didn't slave over every last patch, so some of them are closer to the mark than others. Probably could have worked on the drum sounds and the mix a bit more, but oh well, life's too short. Enjoy."
-keyboard riff (near beginning and end)
-glitchy wavetable sounds
-chord riff in bridge
all drums are simmons samples except for the hi-hat, which is 808 high-hat samples.
"Random playing I multitracked and stitched together.
100% JP-08 sound source only.
I like the section at 1:31
Thanks for listening :)"