MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Audio Damage Pumphouse Teaser


Audio Damage, Inc.
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Just a quick look at Pumphouse, a sequenced compressor for iOS AUv3 coming soon from Audio Damage."

Multitudes of You | Dictaphone, Piano, OP1, FX Deformer, Strymon Timeline


Hainbach
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"On holiday, can't stop making music. Playing a piano I recorded into the Gotharman FX Deformer and harmonizing with the OP1. Strymon Timeline for space.
Find my Music on iTunes, Spotify, Bandcamp here: https://goo.gl/EfKXoq"

Equation Composer/Plonk Drum Jam


Worwell
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Microbe Modular Equation Composer and Intellijel Plonk drums."

Retro Scifi Fantasy Themed Jam using Drumbrute and Ableton Live


itijik
Published on Aug 6, 2017

"What scene do you picture when listening to this theme?

The song consists of Drumbrute running through the eurorack ResEQ and Strymon Bluesky, Ableton + TAL + Serum for the synth parts.

Follow @itijik on Instagram for the latest music, sound design and audio technology posts. https://www.instagram.com/itijik/"

And on SoundCloud:

Roland Juno-60 Analog Synthesizer sound-design tutorial - Duran Duran


RetroSound
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"(c) 2017 vintage synthesizer sound tutorial by RetroSound

sequencer sound from Duran Duran`s Save A Prayer made with the Roland Juno-60 (1982) and JSQ-60 digital sequencer (1982)"

Previous posts here.

Waldorf NW1 Eurorack Module Wavetable VCO


via this auction

"Waldorf NW1 eurorack module wavetable VCO synthesizer 32 hp in lightly used condition comes with original box and packaging. See photos."

ALESIS ANDROMEDA A6


via this auction

"So, this one was purchased a couple of years ago. It used to work fine. Now, it powers up, the lights come on but the LCD screen does not quite boot up..."

KORG TRIDENT SN 330210


via this auction

Open Labs - Miko Timbaland Music Studio WorkCentre


via this auction

"The Open Labs Miko Timbaland special edition is a keyboard music workcentre

37-key semi-weighted synth action keyboard with Fatar Technology
Pitch Bend and Modulation Wheels
Trackpad with 2 buttons
Keyboard ("QWERTY") module
Built-in PreSonus FireBox
Alpha Control Module (5 Faders, 5 Modes Buttons, 3 Transpose Buttons, 5 Directions Buttons and 5 Transport Buttons)
DJ Module: Penny and Giles Cross-Fader, 7 Knobs and 12 Buttons
Whisper quiet cooling fans for internal chassis, processor & power supply
MiKo LX (1) 500GB, 7200RPM HD; Upgradeable to 1.5 Terabytes
High-speed dual-layer 8.5GB/Disk CD/DVD burner

Audio I/O:High performance audio I/O Card with Low Latency including 24-bit/96kHz professional 4-in/6-out : 2 mic/instrument preamp inputs (with Phantom Power 48V), 2 analog line inputs, 6 analog line outputs, S/PDIF digital I/O (coaxial)

Display
Internal 15" color touch screen LCD with high resolution (1024 x 768) External VGA port for running dual monitors or a video projector

I/O
Midi In/Out, Sustain port, Expression port, 2 USB 2.0 ports, FireWire 400 port, Gigabit (10/100/1000) ethernet port, headphone jack with volume control"

Modcan Multimode Filter 1/2: Overview (LMS Eurorack Expansion Project)


Learning Modular
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"This is the first of two movies on the Modcan Eurorack-format Multimode Filter. This discrete-component OTA filter has a rawer sound and eager resonance that does not quite go into self-oscillation, but which is still capable of insane noise bursts - or nice round sounds.

The second movie - which dives deeper into its resonance behavior, as well as demonstrates how to set up 1v/octave tracking and frequency modulation - is exclusive to my Patreon supporters: https://www.patreon.com/LearningModular

For more on the Learning Modular Synthesis Eurorack Expansion Project for those exploring what module to add to their system next, visit http://learningmodular.com/eurorack-e..."

Desktop Hardware Version of SERUM in the works?


The top image is via @deadmau5 who mentions, "yeah yeah... you guys keep your skins :P"

The bottom image is of SERUM via XfferRecords (you can find previous posts featuring video demos of SERUM in the archives). You should be able to see the similarities between the hardware and software. The following is a quick recap on the software.

"The dream synthesizer did not seem to exist: a wavetable synthesizer with a truly high-quality sound, visual and creative workflow-oriented interface to make creating and altering sounds fun instead of tedious, and the ability to “go deep” when desired - to create / import / edit / morph wavetables, and manipulate these on playback in real-time.

IMPORT YOUR OWN AUDIO / CREATE CUSTOM WAVETABLES WITH EASE
Serum has a Wavetable editor built right in- you can create your own wavetables in a variety of ways. Import audio directly from audio files - Serum has a variety of methods and options for analyzing audio for breaking it apart into individual waveforms. You can import single-cycle wavetables of course, as well as many at once (with in-built sorting options, or manual re-ordering). Morph between various wavetables using standard linear interpolation (crossfading) or via harmonic/spectral morphing. Draw directly on the waveform, with optional grid-size snapping and a variety of shape tools. Generate or modify waveforms using FFT (additive). Create or process waveforms using formula functions. Processing menu options allow you to do the other tasks you would want, such as apply fades, crossfades, normalize, export, and much more..."

P.S. I created a new "Teasers" label for these moving forward. It's hard to believe I didn't see the need to create one before now... I added the label to the recent Behringer MS-101 post. Sometimes they are teasers, sometimes they are leaks. The label will apply to any gear not officially released.

Rare Vintage PAiA Synthesizer PROTEUS 1 Analog Monosynth


via this auction

Roland JD-800 Synthesizer SN ZC55785


via this auction

Roland TB303 SN 25370x w/ Original Case, Manual, & Quickstart Guide


via this auction

MESS Ltd Synth Workshops


This one sent my way via Ross Healy of Vicmod Records, who is offering a workshop on getting started with Buchla.

The following is the list of workshops:

Getting started with Eurorack modules with Keith Fullerton Whitman

Introduction to EMS and pin board patching with Robin Fox

Introduction to synthesis for women and GNC people

Getting started with Buchla by Ross Healy

Introduction to DIY synth maintenance with Morgan McWaters

Introduction to subtractive synthesis with Byron Scullin

You can find details at: https://mess.foundation/store/

Reminder: SNAZZY FX at Control Tomorrow, August 10 at 7 PM

SNAZZY FX LIVE AT CONTROL AUG 10 2017

Published on Oct 7, 2017 Control Synthesizers & Electronic Devices

"Dan Snazelle of SnazzyFX visits Control for an evening lecture and electronic music demonstration, with a special ear to five new modules released just this year (2017): HI_GAIN, KICK_ME, eternal spring, kitty eyes + dual Multiplier.

Dan started SnazzyFX in 2009. Among his first electronic devices were released were pedal (stomp) boxes at NAMM 2010 and he has designed for a number of formats since. But as Dan says, "It is not the format that matters but the ethos."

We hope this video gives you a taste of that ethos. To get deeper into SnazzyFX and the modules, try here:

http://snazzyfx.com/instruction/

+ visit us at Control to play the instruments i.r.l.

Control is a brick + mortar shop specializing in unique electronic music devices. Located at 416 Lorimer St. in Brooklyn, NY, we are open 7 days from 12-8pm. Stop by to get your hands on some of these electronic instruments and for one of our equally unique in-store events.

www.ctrl-mod.com
instagram @ctrlmod"



CONTROL
416 LORIMER ST. #1L
BROOKLYN NY 11206
INFO@CTRL-MOD.COM
347.699.2875

"JOIN US THIS THURSDAY AUGUST 10 AT 7PM FOR A LIVE TALK AND TOUR THROUGH SNAZZY FX'S *5 NEW MODULES* WITH FOUNDER AND DESIGNER DAN SNAZELLE

SNAZZY DISCUSSES HIS CONCEPT, DEVELOPMENT & SHOWS THE WEIRD FUN YOU CAN HAVE WITH THE NEW:

KICK_ME SNAZZY’S FIRST STEP INTO THE WORLD OF DRUM MODULES is two kicks in one: KICK A is pitch controllable and with 4 tweakable parameters can create a wide variety of kick styles, from tight rock kicks to blown out techno bass drums + KICK B features control of decay designed for MAXIMUM SUB-BASS.

KITTY EYES SNAZZY FX LOVES CHAOS. No, not chaos in the sense of everything going crazy, but chaos in the natural systems, dripping faucets, fractal sense. Kitty Eyes has most of the features of our bigger chaos modules but with a lower price and footprint. PURRFECT FOR EXPERIMENTING.

THE ETERNAL SPRING FILTER SNAZZY SAYS: ' WEIRD filter of my own design (not based on anything classic). Think of it as a character filter --- quite intense at some settings, while nice and acidic at others. Doesn't sound like any other filter I own...Adds harmonics in some regions while removing others. Has interesting non-linearity in the Q section which allows for instability, even chaos at some settings ! '

HI_GAIN Enter a world of trash. A world of scraping hi-hats, smashed up kicks, beautiful clipped white noise, broken file cabinets, disused railway cars...The HI_GAIN was designed to create noise, to pump up the hiss, to boost asymmetrical happiness for super acidic bass lines and more. Like other Snazzy FX modules, the HI_GAIN encourages play with capital P - cross couple/feedback/mix outputs/send CV. Repeat.

DUAL MULTIPLIER For quick creation of varied timbres, Snazzy's four quadrant multiplier is similar to the classic ring modulator with attenuation control over all four inputs, giving you tweakability to create a variety of effects: tremolo, pitched noise, vca capabilities, spectral shifts in vocal samples, analog computing patches +++

LIVE AT CONTROL TOMORROW 7PM"

PPG Infinite Now Available


PPG Infinite has been released. You can find previous posts featuring demos here, and walkthrough videos from creator Wolfgang Palm himself, here.

Details via iTunes:
PPG Infinite - Wolfgang Palm

"At the end of the 70s Wolfgang Palm developed wavetable synthesis. This was very successful and used by many synthesizer companies in the 80s and 90s. But this technology has its limitations. The main reason is that all sounds are harmonic. In nature this does not happen very often. Many sounds like a piano string have small offsets from the harmonic frequencies. This is even stronger in sounds like bells or percussion.

Infinite overcomes this limitation.

PPG Infinite Tutorial 3 • Show And Tell


WPalmWT
Published on Aug 8, 2017

"Wolfgang Palm explains the matrix."

All parts here.

Novation // Circuit Mono Station - Getting Started


NovationTV
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"In this video we will show you how to get up and running with the Circuit Mono Station

For more information - https://global.novationmusic.com/circ..."

A Hordijk Minute i


Todd Barton
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"continuing my little series of 1 minute patch tutorials . . . this time with a single Hordijk panel."

You can find all parts in Todd Barton's 1 minute series here.

Northern Light Modular 2OC cross patching


Todd Barton
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"more test driving of the Northern Light Modular's Dual CV Polymorpher 2OC for Buchla format based on the Ornament & Crime module"

You can find Todd Barton's first video on the Northern Lights Modular 2OC here.

Moog E-Pro Theremin controlling Buchla Music Easel via CV


Therminal C
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"USE OF CV IN THEREMIN PLAYING : The theremin's CV pitch is controlling Buchla Music Easel sequencer, for transposing the sequence, playing a second voice & controlling the speed f the sequencer."

ALM - Pamela's NEW Workout *Drum Jam*


DivKidVideo
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Pamela's NEW Workout from ALM Busy Circuits is killer! Really enjoying my time with it so far and here's a little drum jam with rhythms and modulation all coming out of the NEW Pam."

Landscape - Stereo Field


Knobs
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Conduct, and be conducted.
http://www.landscape.fm/

0:26 - Overview
1:40 - Basics
3:25 - As a controller
4:14 - As an instrument
5:44 - With drums
6:35 - With a stereo drone
7:24 - AllFlesh
7:42 - Outro"


via Landscape:

"STEREO FIELD is one instrument with three uses. It is simultaneously a stereo/quad modular touch plate synthesizer, a stereo/quad audio processor and a pressure sensitive chaotic CV controller. All three uses are available separately as well as simultaneously and in conversation with each other. The Stereo Field allows its user to manipulate and patch two analog stereo circuits via touch plates. By utilizing skin conductivity as new paths for current to follow you are creating new circuits and new sounds in relation to where your fingers are patching. The individual touch plates are directly connected to nearly every connection point of every component in its circuitry (located directly under each corresponding touch plate). When touched with multiple fingers it will create atonal analog synthesized audio with either of the two mirrored circuits represented by interlocking touch-plate circles. These parallel mirrored circuits can be finger patched separately or together yielding vastly different results in regards to texture, timbre and stereo imaging. This instrument has the ability to create atonal synth tones in stereo (and quad) as well as process incoming stereo audio (and quad) sources via 1/4" and 3.5mm ins and outs. Incoming audio sources can be "patched" or rewoven into any area of either or both of the circuits via skin contact. The two stereo input volume knobs (center) shape and effect distortion, drive amounts, internal feedback pitch, and modulation rates depending on how your fingers are patching. The quad inputs and outputs via the 3.5mm jacks have small touch plates leading to and from allowing for touch access of each of the 4 inputs and 4 outputs. If multiple audio signals are traveling into the Stereo Field these audio sources can be intermingled and can modulate one another, again depending upon where your fingers are patching. Sending CV signals into the 3.5mm input jacks will open up many more possibilities both in terms of synthesized sounds and audio processing. The Stereo Field can also be used as a controlled chaos source when using the 3.5mm outputs to send CV to your modular system. Due to the nature of feedback and finger patching the 4 available CV signals have the ability to get incredibly complex and textured in nature (see audio examples below in use with a euro-rack system). Because of the open nature of Stereo Field it can both send and receive CV modulation simultaneously. In addition, this can all be happening while your finger patching is changing and altering the incoming and outgoing CV while also processing incoming audio. These ins and outs can also be patched together with cables for sustained tones with the pitch/rhythm/volume/"cutoff" being affected by adjusting the incoming and outgoing volume knobs in various settings. Inter-patching in this way will also allow for sustained pulse beats and filter-esk sound shaping in addition to bringing new results to finger patching via the touch plates. Most importantly, processed audio and synthesized audio are available simultaneously with the ability to influence and modulate each other. This will often blur the lines between the two; who is manipulating who? who comes out on top as audio and who is modulation? This can be a constantly evolving cycle based upon where the performers fingers are placed and highly sensitive skin contact pressure changes.

Corsynth C103 Frequency Divider / Multiplier MKII


Corsynth
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Corsynth C103 Frequency Divider / Multiplier MKII . Basic demo using the module in a musical context ."

More posts featuring the Corsynth C103.

Fénix II modular synthesizer built by the Synton team + manual + spare part kits


via this auction

"Up for sale is a (1) very rare Fénix II modular synthesizer, built by the original 1973 - 1989 Synton team. The synthesizer is in good working condition and sounds amazing! Cosmetically it's in near mint condition with only some minor scratches on the wooden side panels, around the sequencer cv output socket the metal is been damaged a bit, and there's very little wear and tear on the knobs and case (see photo's). Overall it's a beauty instrument which deserve a good new home. Only 75 units were built and this is one of them.

It's complete with a lot of banana patch cables in different colors, owner's manual, power supply with European plug installed and two original spare part kits. It's working on 230V. The serial number is: FénixII-18-R1."

Roland SE-02 Boutique Designer Series 3-osc Analog Synthesizer


via this auction

I believe this is the first used one I've seen listed on eBay. The price is higher than retail.

KORG PolySix Vintage Analog Synth w/ Original Case, Tape & Manuals SN 381158


via this auction

Cool green case.

Reverse Keys Korg Poly-800 Synthesizer SN 046350 w/ Original Hard Case


via this auction

Roland SH-3 Vintage Analog Synthesizer SN 230376


via this auction

YAMAMA CS-01 Mobile Analog Synthesizer SN 21061


via this auction

Let's build a Track on the Digitakt - Part 1: Creating the Chords


umonox
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Hello everyone. In this new little Series of "Let's Create" Videos i want to show you the full Workflow of how i start a Track, how i continue working on it, how i "finish" it and finally Jam it out.

In this first Part it's about the Creation and the Preparation of the Chords.

The Website i use as a Chord Finder can be found here: https://www.8notes.com/piano_chord_ch..."

Update:

New Roland TR-08 & SH-01A jam part 1


Sound Provider
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"I had the opportunity to play with the new TR-08 & SH-01A from Roland before the release at the studio.Not a real demo or test just few arps and fun. I think it may interest geek like me."

Update:

Old-School Synth-Pop Tutorial/workflow Videos by Espen Kraft


Espen Kraft
Published on Mar 27, 2017

Note: this completes the current run of Espen Kraft posts on the site. If you are coming in on the main site you can just scroll down for previous posts in order. If you are coming in directly to this post, click here for all Espen Kraft posts in reverse order. There have been a couple of updates, so be sure you haven't missed anything. These are some great synth videos with that classic 80s feel.

http://www.espenkraft.com
https://soundcloud.com/espenkraft
https://open.spotify.com/artist/1dMWi...

Playlist:
1. Old-school synth-pop tutorial/workflow - Retrowave/synthwave - Free patches Roland JX-8P download
2. Italo Disco - Old-school synth-pop tutorial/workflow - Free patches DX7
3. The Golden Boy - Old-school synth-pop Synthwave tutorial/workflow breakdown & multi track
4. 80s MIDI synthesizer setup explained - tutorial/workflow 2017

Details for each:


Roland JX 8P 32 Retro Synth Patches Sysex Download Demo


Espen Kraft
Published on Apr 6, 2017

"A downloadable pack of 32 patches for the Roland JX-8P (or the PG-8X) in the sysex format.

Download it here:

https://thepatchbay.co.uk/index.php?r...

These patches are created by me and some of the sounds is taken directly from my album "Those Days" which is a tribute to the glorious 80s synth-pop and synthesizer sounds used in tv/movies at the time. I use the 8P extensivly on that album.

The album can be purchased here:
https://espenkraft.bandcamp.com/album...

You can also stream it on Spotify. Click the Spotify icon at the top of my channel graphics. Plese follow me in there if you do. Thanks! :)

Roland Juno 6 and 2 Analog Arpeggiator Adventures Soundtrack Noodling


Espen Kraft
Published on Mar 5, 2017

"Working on a little something I might develop into a proper track down the road. The Roland Juno 6 has such a sweet arpeggiator and I never get tired of playing it. Combined with the lush strings pad from the Alpha 2 analog, also a Roland I have all I need to get my juices flowing..."

Studio recording - Roland JX-8P synthesizer & Juno 6 / 2


Espen Kraft
Published on Jan 3, 2017

"A studio recording in session. Preparing the last track for my forthcoming synth-pop album due february 2017.
I'm auditioning sounds for the track while multitracking as well. Tonight I was going through the sweet Roland classics JX-8P, Roland Alpha Juno 2 and the Roland Juno 6 for sounds. All analog classics.

This album will be a homage to all my childhood synth heros, bands and artists that've inspired me throughout the years.

Some of the tracks will be instrumental, but most of them will have vocals in various degree.

Listen to more of my music on:

http://www.espenkraft.com
https://soundcloud.com/espenkraft

My tracks pay homage to all synth.pop acts of the 80'ies like Howard Jones, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, New Order, Thompson Twins, Tears for Fears, Ultravox, OMD, Euryhmics, Duran Duran, Giorgio Moroder, Jean Michel Jarre, Jan Hammer, A-ha and many more.

A use mostly old gear on my tracks and among them Roland Juno 6, Alpha Juno 2, D550 and JX-8P. Korg DW-8000. Roland TR-626 drum machine. Yamaha DX7 and TX802 and drum machine RX11. I use the Novation Mininova as a vocoder on all my tracks. Effects are usually handled by Strymon and TC electronics. Sampling is done on my E-MU ESI-4000 and I mostly use that for drums."

And one more minus the synth spotting:

Atomic Winter | KRAFT | Music Video 2016

Espen Kraft
Published on Nov 25, 2016

"A little colder synth-pop with inspiration from the 80s and groups like Alphaville, Depeche Mode and A-ha.
Using two excellent synths from that era, the Roland Alpha Juno 2 and Yamaha TX802 for all sounds except the drums. Drums used for this synthwave track is Roland TR-626 and Simmons SDS8 and Yamaha RX11."

Midnight Drive | Roland JX-8P | Synthesizer


Espen Kraft
Published on Jul 29, 2016

"Listen at Soundcloud:
http://soundcloud.com/espenkraft/midn...
Listen at Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/album/0PCiw7...

Listen to more of my music at: http://www.espenkraft.com

The track is dominated by the Roland JX-8P analogue synthesizer from the mid 80'ies- About 70% of the sounds on this track is from it. The sweeping synths is the Roland Juno 2 and the drums is provided by the Roland TR-626. The arpeggiated sound in the beginning is the Roland Juno 6. It's arpeggiator is synced to MIDI clock.machine.
The main solo comes from the Novation MiniNova.

Stock footage provided by http://www.beachfrontbroll.com/ under CC.
additional stock footage provided by https://videos.pexels.com under CC.
All other footage done by me with the Sony A6000.

My tracks pay homage to all synth.pop acts of the 80'ies like Howard Jones, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, New Order, Thompson Twins, Tears for Fears, Ultravox, OMD, Euryhmics, Duran Duran, Giorgio Moroder, Jean Michel Jarre, Jan Hammer, A-ha and many more.

A use mostly old gear on my tracks and among them Roland Juno 6, Alpha Juno 2, D550 and JX-8P. Korg DW-8000. Roland TR-626 drum machine. Yamaha DX7 and TX802 and drum machine RX11. I use the Novation Mininova as a vocoder on all my tracks. Effects are usually handled by Strymon and TC electronics. Sampling is done on my E-MU ESI-4000 and I mostly use that for drums."

Kraft // Cheap Thrills // Live 2016 music video


Espen Kraft
Published on Mar 27, 2016

"Live performance in the studio March 27. 2016

Gear used:

Yamaha DX7
Yamaha RX11 Drum machine
Roland Juno 6
KOrg DW-8000
Strymon BigSky reverb
T.C.electronics Flashback Delay

Yamaha RX11 midi out fed into Doepfer MSY2 midi-to-sync converter and fed to Juno Trigger in to control Junos arpeggiator. Arepggiator set to hold to be able to let go of keys during performance.

All audio perfomed live and recorded live into DAW. All video recorded simultaneously as audio in one take. Video inserts shot separately"

Espen Kraft Yamaha DX7 - two favorite patches, free download


Espen Kraft
Published on Feb 10, 2016

"Live recording of me on the Yamaha DX7. I'm using two of my favourite patches in this imporovised song, The first is a flute-like patch once sourced from a Fairlight bank. It reminds me very much of something Jan Hammer used on the show Miami Vice on several occasions. The other patch is a analog sounding brass patch with good implemenatation of both velocity and after-touch. Both patches have some modifications done by me, but I will not take credit for their original origin.

You can download these two patches as sysex here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/bqnpheksev2...

I've also included three more patches in the zip-files."

Korg DW-8000 and Roland Juno 6 | Arpeggiator


Espen Kraft
Published on Feb 9, 2016

"I have always wanted to make the score to some action-filled b-movie. Never got to do it, but the music I can make!

A kind of improvised performance and recording testing out the arpeggiators and sync of the Roland Juno 6 and Korg DW-8000. Played the melodic part with a Yamaha DX7. The DX can sound very warm and analoge in my opinion with careful programming. Used Strymon BigSky for the reverbs and a T.C. electronic Flashback for delays. Drums provided by Roland TR-626."

KORG DW-8000 synthesizer | Digital/Analog


Espen Kraft
Published on Jan 24, 2016

"Written and recorded with only the KORG DW8000 synthesizer providing all sounds except for drums.
The KORG DW8000 released in 1985 have two digital oscillators, and within one oscillator is the possibility to choose from 16 different digitally stored waveforms. The rest of the signal path is analog with VCF, VCA. The KORG DW8000 can sound very fat in unison mode."

Korg Poly-800 | Multitrack


Espen Kraft
Published on Dec 9, 2015

"A song with an old analog synth, the KORG Poly-800. The Poly-800 was released in 1983 so it's quite old but it sounds lovely still. The track is entirely made with sounds from the Poly-800 except for the drums. Every track is recorded playing live into the DAW. There is no quantization done here.
Song (c) Espen Kraft 2015"

Behringer Model D Analog Synthesizer Module Review


SweetwaterSound
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"It's all there. Sweetwater's Daniel Fisher demonstrates the three punchy oscillators, classic 24dB/octave voltage-controlled filter with resonance, envelopes, LFO, portamento, and more. All instantly familiar — only smaller. The Behringer D is a Eurorack-sized reincarnation of the legendary analog monosynth that started it all. From fat pulsing basses to searing leads to celestial pads: the Behringer D puts a world of musical expression under your fingertips."

ROLAND SH-101 + KORG ER-1 ~ Will They Pair? Ep.21


once upon a synth
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Pairing the Roland SH-101 with a Korg ER-1. The SH-101 is a vintage analog monophonic synthesizer from the 80s. The ER-1 is a digital drum machine from the 90s. Together they ooze vintage 90s techno/house vibes which I explore in this video. I'm largely using preset patterns on the ER-1. The ER-1 is outputting MIDI clock which I then convert into CV and feed into the clock input of the SH-101 to synchronize the sequencer. The SH-101 is then run through the ER-1 via its external audio input."

Kebu - Roland SE-02 Demo


Kebu
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"I was fortunate to get my hands on (at the time) Scandinavia's only Roland SE-02 synth for a few days. So I took some time to try it out and hooked it up to a Boss RV-500 reverb unit. It's a really lovely sounding analog synth!

The sounds were recorded straight from the SE-02, through the RV-500. No additional processing was used (except for some EQ where mentioned)."

Retroaktiv HLFO - Module Overview & Function Demo


New England Analog Archives
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"This video demonstrates some of the functionality of the Retroaktiv HLFO (Haptic LFO) for Eurorack. The module is 10HP wide. (Note, the unit shown in this video is a prototype with a lasercut plastic panel. Production units are metal panels with black silkscreen.) It features a voltage-controlled LFO, a sample & hold, a noise source, and a force sensor controller. This module packs a lot of utility into a small space. For more information on this module, please check out www.RetroaktivSynthesizers.com."

Note: I created a new Retroaktiv label for these moving forward. I was previously using the New England Audio label.

Frap Tools SAPÈL teaser


Learning Modular
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"I’m so happy with the Frap Tools SAPÈL Tamed Random Source that I wanted to share a little preview of it before I finished my normal 'training' videos on it.

This is an otherwise-boring arpeggio animated by three of the random voltage streams from one half of a SAPÈL: the quantized 'n+1' stream (the green trace) is controlling the tuning interval between a pair of PWM’d square wave oscillators; the quantized “2n” stream (the blue trace) is selecting the “vowel” on the LimaFlo Motomouth formant filter; the smoothly fluctuating stream (the pink trace) is controlling the cutoff of a Moog Mother-32 LPF between the oscillators and the Motomouth.

I’ll be releasing a few movies about the SAPÈL at the end of August that goes much deeper, including probability distribution, random triggers, and more."

SNAZZY FX- NOISE PATCH2- LOUD AND WEIRD


snazelle
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"in this video, we take a look at using a bunch of SNAZZY FX modules with the sequencer to create some "out there" sounds. The Hi_GAIn, Kitty Eyes, and Eternal Spring Filter all work very well together, and make exploration of noise, chaos, super aggressive trash, and subtle dirt quite simple. In this video we are using the Hi GAIN to process one percussion sound (from the ERICA SYNTHS PICO DRUMS) and the multiple ins and outs on the HI GAIN are being used for feedback loops and cross coupling as well as cv in and out with the Eternal Spring Filter AND with the Kitty Eyes jacked in as well. Also, we are using the KICK_ME as the foundation.

With this video we are trying to show how easy it is to bring a wide range of NEW sounds into your system. And though we kept the results dry, it would be very easy to patch the output of the HI_Gain into the Wow and Flutter delay or into a reverb. SNAZZYFX.COM"

Studiologic Sledge Synthesiser Tutorial 57 & 58


David Clements
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"George Hall recreates sounds from the classic ELP track Tank on a studio logic sledge synthesiser. Learn synth programming with George Hall."

Studiologic Sledge Synthesiser Tutorial 58


David Clements
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"George Hall recreates sounds from the ELP track Tank on a Studiologic Sledge synthesiser. Learn synth programming with George Hall."

You can find all parts in the George Hall series of Studiologic Sledge tutorials here.

Moog Sub Phatty & Marshall Shredmaster


3rdStoreyChemist
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Sub Phatty synthesiser through a Shredmaster distortion. The Shredmaster has been placed on an aux send.

No further processing except normalisation."

Korg Volca Keys & Strymon Bluesky #2


Benjamin Jimenez
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Here's my demo with Korg Volca Keys and Strymon BlueSky."

ARP 2600 & Roland Jupiter 4 sequenced from ARP 1601 & synced by Oberheim DX


Waveshaper
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"I recently bought an ARP Sequencer 1601 & want to demonstrate the fun thing of using this with a sync click from the Oberheim DX.

My next EP for 2018 will be with only using these instruments together with Cubase as recording & processing

This is how the did it in the past."

Beatamines - Jam session #3 (Hardware only)


Beatamines
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Hardware session live recorded in my Studio. (Novation Bass Station 2, Deepmind 12, Arturia Beatstep pro, DSI Tetr4, Volca Beats & Sample, and many others. . . )
Enjoy."

808day - Beatamines - Roland TR 8


Beatamines
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"It's 808 Day!
I'm in love with the 808 sound since i started my first dancing moves to Afrika Bambaataa's "Planet Rock"!
Enjoy my sunny ride with my special TR-8.

#808day #roland #beatamines"

Roland TR-707 sound demo (no talking)


Bonedo
Published on Aug 9, 2017

"Roland TR-707 sound demo, step sequencer and live programming. Classic Drum Machine"
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