MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Roland D50 Preset Demos


Published on Sep 20, 2017 fernando Costa Tecladista

"roland D-50 1987"

A Handful Of Notes | Mbira, Ciat-Lonbarde, OP1, D1000


Published on Sep 20, 2017 HAINBACH

"New album out now on Opal Tapes: http://opaltapes.com/album/no-need-fo...

Trying out simpler patching and improvisation yielded this care-free piece of music. Cheers to Lightbath for making me finish this and upload it"

Rheyne - Morphagene Voltage Control


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Rheyne

"This is an example of the Morphagene under voltage control."

Elektron Digitakt Hardware Midi Experiment


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Todd Smith Music

"This video experiment with pushing the Elektron Digitakt as the central part of my studio. The Elektron Digitakt supplies all drum samples and midi sequencing. The hardware controlled by midi includes the Roland JP-08,JU-06 and Korg Minilogue."

Forgiveness | Ambient Eurorack Modular Synthesizer | Chance, Plonk, Rainmaker, Rings, T-Wrex, Clouds


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Lightbath

"Forgiveness

September 20, 2017 • New Moon in Virgo • Lunar Occultation

As we approach the Autumnal Equinox let us harness the discerning energy of the Virgo New Moon to aid in refreshing old habits and making the needed change.

https://lightbath.com
https://soundcloud.com/lightbath/forg...

Patch Notes:

Live performance multitracked in Logic with compression, eq, and effects.

This is my first exploration of Chance, Plonk and Rainmaker. And wow, I got such a natural sounding percussion with those three, almost like a doumbek.

Voices:

1. LOW MELODY: Kria #1 plays ER-301 sines → Optomix (shaped by Just Friends) → Belgrad → ER-301
2. PERCUSSION: Plonk (played by Chance Rhythm) → Rainmaker
3. HIGH MELODY: Kria #2 plays Rings → T-Wrex → ER-301 → Clouds"

intellijel Springray2 Overview


Published on Sep 20, 2017 intellijel

"Version two of the Springray provides a number of changes and improvements to the original design. The shelving EQs have been replaced with a parametric EQ with frequency, Q, and gain controls. The CV inputs for feedback and mix balance have been replaced with inputs to control the filter frequency and gain. Lastly, the feedback and limiter circuits have been redesigned, and the drive quality has been improved.

Features:
-Parametric EQ with controls for frequency, Q, and gain.
-Feedback path with virtual tube circuitry.
-Redesigned limiter circuit in feedback path to prevent high gain feedback from clipping the output.
-Selector switch to choose between three different connected tanks (one on the front and two on the back).
-Improved drive input with large gain (can overdrive the tank inputs).
-External processors can be inserted into the feedback path via the SEND/RETURN normalled inputs.
-Three different sizes of Accutronic tanks are available."

Two - Part Inventions Composed by J.S. Bach - Performed by Hazy Ester on the Moog Mother-32


Published on Aug 3, 2017 Hazy Ester

https://hazyester.bandcamp.com/

Korg Monologue - Let's Build... A Drum Machine!


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Oscillator Sink

"In this video we check out how we can turn the Korg Monologue into a great drum machine!

If you haven't already done so, you should check out the previous video in this series before diving into this one. You can find it here" [see this post]

You can find additional posts featuring Oscillator Sink here.

Roland JUNO-DS TR-909 Kit Making Quick Dance Beats Synthesizer Rik Marston


Published on Sep 20, 2017 SynthgodXXX

"Roland JUNO-DS + TR-909 Kit 'Making Quick Dance Beats'
Synthesizer & Pattern Demo By Rik Marston
**Watch in HD!** **Turn it UP!!!**

Here is a video demo on how to make some quick dance beats on the
Roland JUNO-DS! A little bit of House / Techno anyone??
I am using the factory JUNO-DS TR-909 kit only for drums.
Quick, Fast & Easy! The JUNO-DS is a BLAST & exciting to use!
Tell me how you dig your JUNO-DS!!!!

Recorded DRY into Ableton LIVE without extra FX

Thank you for watching!!!"

MIDI TUTORIAL: CONTROLLING NOVATION CIRCUIT WITH KORG ELECTRIBE 2


Published on Sep 20, 2017 mishpult

"A quick overview on how to use the E2 to control some parameters of the Circuit, such as synth 1&2 filter cutoff, resonance and amp decay and release, which otherwise are accessible only via the editor/controller paradigm or when assigned specifically to a macro knob. There is also a special treat on channel 16 of the Electribe. Enjoy and share your experience with those two!"

Waldorf Q Synthesizer Keyboard


via this auction

Teisco S100P Performance Synth with Aftertouch and Spring Reverb


via this auction

"Rare performance synth from 1979 with built in Spring Reverb, Flanger and assignable Aftertouch control and 32 different voices with each voice able to be modified through various effects and touch sensitivities.. Very expressive and rich sounding little beast with plenty of character. Similar to the Arp Pro Soloist and SH-2000. These were manufactured under license from ARP Instruments, USP 3,965,789.

In excellent condition for its age with very little cosmetic damage to the exterior (some minor scratches/scuffs here and there - see pics). A couple of slightly bent preset switches, though not affecting function. And one slightly off kilt high F key (end of keybed - see photos - again not affecting function.) Would be very easy to correct for someone inclined. The synth is clean (no scratchy pots) and in full working order.... and sounds amazing.

Original dust cover included.

Spec: High and low outputs, headphone jack, and an expression pedal input for volume control."

Bebot - Robot Synth Re-Released on iOS & Now on Android for the First Time


Published on Sep 9, 2017 Normalware

iTunes: Bebot - Robot Synth - Normalware

Bebot Robot Synth for Android

Published on Sep 20, 2017

"At last, the much-loved Bebot Robot Synth app comes to Android!
https://play.google.com/store/apps/de..."

WMD Chimera - 10 minutes of sound NO TALKING


Published on Sep 20, 2017 WMDevices

"The description says it all. 10 (this one goes to 11) minutes with the new Chimera percussion module in a very basic and compact setup.

Clocked by the Noise Engineering Horologic Solum and sequenced by the Suit and Tie Guy Graphic Sequencer, the Chimera is the only sound source here. No external effects or sound embellishments... Except for a cup of coffee."

Sherman Filterbank 2 Tests


Published on Sep 20, 2017 ShermanFilters

Click CC in the bottom right control section of the video for subtitles.

"Single rack Filterbank 2 test, with subtitles, describing the features, including the latest hardware updates."

SynthMaster One! Cinematic Factory-Sounds for Film Scores | by Kevin Schroeder


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Kevin Schroeder

"Available at: http://kv331audio.com
50 Factory preset created for KV331 - SynthMaster One by Kevin Schroeder."

Percussa SSP Schematics & Layout Update #1



via the Percussa Kickstarter campaign:

"SSP layout work in progress (looking at back side of module)

Hi everyone :-)

Bert here, I've been working hard the past week on the schematics and layout of the SSP and progressed well. As you know the design is based on the work I've done for the Percussa Engine the past couple of years. My goal right now is to get an initial placement of all my parts and do a rough first routing of all the traces. When that is done I can then start optimizing and fine tuning the design, double checking documentation and footprints, etc. Here is a selection of the stuff I've had to do the past week, since the previous update:

1) move the display from the top to the bottom layer of the PCB (bottom layer is the user-facing / front panel side, so we're looking at the "back" of the eurorack module in the above image and to see the front you have to flip it horizontally)

2) find footprints for, check footprints for, and place the input / output jacks and the USB host (looks like we have room for TWO host ports!) and Device port (bottom side)

3) place the encoders and switches (bottom side)

4) duplicate the layout / placement for the input / output stages for the DACs and ADCs and duplicate them in the schematics as well and fix all the board/schematic inconsistencies

5) design footprints for the 8 channel DAC and 8 channel ADCs (AK4458/AK5558)

6) add the ADCs and DAC to the schematics

7) move the various power supplies in the design (all the specialized switchers, regulators, etc)

8) create slot to feed display cable through so it can attach on the other side

9) relocate display related circuitry

10) rip up a lot of top/bottom traces while relocating stuff and creating room for other parts to be added

11) designed a footprint for the programmable logic we're going to use (256 ball BGA package) and read documentation and design recommendations for the part and footprint

12) designed schematic symbols for the ADC, DAC and programmable logic and added all those in the schematic

13) added euro power connector, added serial console connector, 2 pin headers for jumpers, and other various small debug features

14) added vertical microSD slot

15) placed mounting spacers for front panel

I'm mostly there with the initial placement, so rest of this week I'll be fixing / adding connections in the schematics, adding power decoupling here and there, updating power circuitry, checking layout of some of the power circuits, and starting to route signals. The yellow wires you can see in the board layout are "airwires", they indicate which connections I have to make by drawing traces. I'll be doing those by hand since I don't use an autorouter, so that will take a while :-)

Besides the schematics/layout I've also been reviewing linux kernel driver code, since we'll be attaching the programmable logic to our ARM SoC and want to keep that whole puzzle as simple as possible. The programmable logic is used to attach the multiple ADCs to the ARM processor.

I hope you enjoy this update! The design is looking good and progressing well. I'll keep you all updated.

Thanks again for backing,

Bert & Celine"

You can ore-order a Percussa SSP at the Kickstarter campaign here. The campaign has been fully funded.

Happy Nerding 3x VCA 1/2: Demo, Overview, Mixing, and Enveloping


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Learning Modular

"This is the first of two movies on the Happy Nerding 3x VCA – three linear VCAs with bipolar attenuators (“attenuverters”) and offset controls as well as internal mixing in just 6 hp of space. This movie focuses on using VCAs for normal enveloped amplitude duties, as well as voltage-controlled mixing in a performance context. The video breaks down like this:

0:00 live mixing performance demo
0:49 module overview
2:48 patch breakdown
4:10 voltage levels & response
6:04 voltage controlled mixing
8:45 summary

For more details about using the 3x VCA (including the second movie in the series, which is exclusive to my Patreon supporters), I encourage you to join the Learning Modular Patreon Tribe: 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..."

You Don't Know Jack - Music Composing


Published on Jun 21, 2017 William Kalfelz

"Created with Wusik Station V8 and Wusik 8000
Sequencer in SONAR X2
Several Drum Loops and Voices SFX -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/williamkwusik"

Standalone Challenge: Richard Devine


Published on Sep 20, 2017 AkaiProVideo

"This episode of the Standalone Challenge features the modular master himself, Richard Devine. Known for his outstanding and highly influential electronic music and sound design work, Richard uses the MPC X to control his otherworldly analog setup, utilizing the 8 built-in CV ports to seamlessly bridge the gap between modular and digital workflows.

Download the track Richard created for the Standalone Challenge here: http://bit.ly/DevineMPCXTrack

This is part of a collection of tracks coming from Richard’s upcoming album."

What's Inside the Behringer Model D (by synthpro)


Published on Sep 20, 2017 synthpro

"Hey Guys,

In this video, I go over the assembly of the Behringer Model D from the chassis to the circuits to give you a better understanding of the quality and build of these units.

Thanks for watching,
Garth"

A Tasty Pixel Releases Samplebot - New Sampling App for iOS w/ Jimmy Fallon Clip


Uploaded on Sep 16, 2017 ATastyPixel

A Tasty Pixel who brought us Loopy HD, has a new app in town, Samplebot. Details follow, along with the the Jimmy Fallon clip.

"Record or import sound clips, play them back on colorful pads and record and layer the results to build songs. That’s the idea behind Samplebot, the playful new sampler app for iPhone and iPad from the developer of award-winning apps Loopy and Audiobus.

Samplebot, launching today, uses a grid of large colored pads to represent audio clips which can be recorded live or imported from elsewhere to create remixes of other material. Clips can then be played back with a touch, or recorded and layered with other sounds using the app’s sequencer. Sequence looping allows users to build up songs quickly and easily.

'I’ve always loved finding ways to make music fun and immediate, to encourage creativity without having to wrestle with complex tools,” said A Tasty Pixel director and developer Michael Tyson. “Samplebot’s just good fun to play with. During development I was entertaining our 7-month-old little boy, recording and playing back his squeaky teether toy. I made a little song right there, out of the stuff around us: That’s the kind of experience I strive for.'

Samplebot was featured earlier this month in an Instagram post from The Tonight Show’s Jimmy Fallon, with a playful cover of Shawn Mendes’ 'There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back'.



Samplebot joins A Tasty Pixel’s other widely-acclaimed and award-winning apps Loopy and Audiobus. It can be found on the App Store at the special launch price of $US2.99 and is compatible with iPhone and iPad.

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Device Requirements: iPhone 5s or newer, iPad Air or newer, or iPod Touch 6th Generation; running iOS 10 or newer.

About A Tasty Pixel: One-man app development studio A Tasty Pixel, otherwise known as Michael Tyson, is on a mission to create beautiful and inspiring music making experiences. Having created the widely-acclaimed live-looping app Loopy, and the revolutionary audio routing platform Audiobus, A Tasty Pixel continues to relentlessly pursue the very best in user experience and creativity. A Tasty Pixel products have been extensively featured by Apple and have won a number of awards."


iTunes: Samplebot - A Tasty Pixel

"Samplebot is a collector of sounds. It's a crafter of songs. It's a finger-drummable looping sequencer of rainbow glory, and it wants to be your friend. Come. Play. Robo-boogie.

- Record or import samples, then play them back on beautiful, sproingy rainbow pads!
- Then record or input arrangements using the sequencer, featuring built-in drum patterns, loop record and playback, quantization and copy/paste
- Trim samples, and adjust volume and balance for the perfect mix
- Share your creations to Facebook, or export them to other music apps
- Comprehensive MIDI control with velocity, for play using a grid controller like the Launchpad
- Helpful and fun-loving intro tutorial"

Ableton LFMW with Mo.s Model OSC03 M.A.S.F.


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Akihiko Matsumoto

"Low Frequency Multi Waveform generator for ableton M4L Max for Live.
LFMW - RME Fireface UC (ADAT out) - Expert Sleepers ES3 (ADAT/CV Converter) - Mo.s Model OSC03 M.A.S.F. - RME Fireface UC (Audio In) - Ableton Live - RME Fireface UC (Audio Out) - Sony a7
https://gum.co/QEQS

Other Plugins.
http://akihikomatsumoto.com/download/"

Vintage Maas Rowe Krueger String Bass Pedals Synth 1970s / 80s


Here's something you've likely never seen before. I believe this is the first post on the site to feature one. You can find a hand full of other Maas Rowe posts here.

via this auction

"This is a Maas Rowe Model 813 Krueger String Bass Pedal system from the late 1970s / early 1980s. These were originally marketed as an accessory for piano for additional basslines, but as it goes with these sorts of things, guitarists, bassists, and synth enthusiasts adopted them into their setups, too. This is the early version with 13 wooden pedals that connect with a d-sub connector.

Its register is not as subby as, say, Moog Taurus pedals, but more like an octave up, perhaps in the C2-B2 range. Using the Tone control, you can keep it sine-wavy, then gradually add harmonics to create a lush, classic synth Voyager sound.

These pedals are super cool and sound awesome. They're in great cosmetic and functional condition."

Duophony on a 'Monosynth' (2). on a MOS-LAB Model 15


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Resonant Anvil

"16-step Sequence patched to Osc 1 & 2. Keyboard controls Osc 3. Separate CV inputs using 2 Kenton MIDI CV converters. All audio from the Model 15. One take. No overdubbing. Patch as shown."

Part 1 here.

Elektron Analog RYTM & Analog Four


Published on Sep 20, 2017 3rdStoreyChemist

"Jamming with the Analog Four synthesiser and Analog RYTM drum machine synced together (Octatrack MIDI Out to Analog RYTM & Four MIDI Ins).

No further processing except for normalisation."

Modular Workshop - Live @ Analogue Zone Showroom E04


Streamed live 47 minutes ago Analogue Zone Showroom / Synths and Studio

"Modular Workshop - Live from the Showroom

This week's stream features a world premiere for Buchla lovers: Ramin will demonstrate the unparallelled audio range of the Buchla LEM Snoopy - Buchla's more compact synth voice with its flagship modulation and filtering capacities. You will be put into picture in connection with the convincing Buchla-sound, and he will also talk about what makes its oscillators exceptional both for timbre and tuning when it comes to heavy modulation.

The Make Noise DPO and the Endorphin.es Terminal will be also there to see how two classic Buchla-concepts (the lowpass gate and the complex oscillator) sound in eurorack. The 4ms Company - Dual Looping Delay will process the sounds with its exceptionally fine-tuned feedback.

The Varigate 8+ 2 CV outs will be utilised as well along with the XAOC Devices - Tirana II for extra sequencing duties.

The Hexinverter - Gallilean Moons envelope will be used as one essential ingredient for creating hihat sounds - based on the Malekko - Noise module mostly.

Modular Workshop is a weekly live series from the Analogue Zone Budapest showroom with our experienced modular electronic music performer & friend, Ramin Sayyah. The series was created in order to introduce either one particular module or a very special selection of module-combinations to make various kinds of music with them.

A new episode is streamed live every Wednesday on Analogue Zone's Youtube channel. After a short live performance, Ramin walks us through the building blocks of the patch and answers any questions raised by the viewers.

Tune in every Wednesday afternoon for the show and feel free to ask questions directly during the live stream - also let us know if you want to pay a visit to the showroom during the live show: we can accept a few guests too.

LET'S CONNECT!
AnalogueZone ► http://www.analoguezone.com"

VGM #115: Marble Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog) Chill Synth-Wave Cover


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Ace Waters

"I was actually planning on saving this video for later, but I fucked up my finger while trying to set up a 3-tier stand, and I am not gonna get my next video finished in time. So, instead of Terraria, enjoy a third trip into slow, Sonic 1 land. It is almost like I am gathering up slow Sonic covers for something..... #ggsLP"

"Wired Heart" Synth Gadget by Tubbutec.de, Phirol and Hyboid (Astro Chicken Records)


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Hyboid a.k.a. Astro Chicken

Available at: https://hyboid.bandcamp.com/album/wired-at-heart

"Wired Heart features six sensors that can detect touch and humidity. Each of the sensors control the pitch of an oscillator – press harder or have sweaty hands to get a higher pitch. Each sensor serves a different function, and it is best to explore the Wired Heart Sound universe by trial and error."


via Tubbutec

"Wired Heart features six sensors that can detect touch and humidity. Each of the sensors control the pitch of an oscillator – press harder or have sweaty hands to get a higher pitch. Each sensor serves a different function, and it is best to explore the Wired Heart Sound universe by trial and error. However if you want to know what is happening, you can find some explanation below.

INTERMODULATION
If this still sounds boring to you, wait what happens when you touch several pads at once. The oscillators will begin to further cross modulate each other by the current flowing through your hands and a whole new world of awesome sounds opens up.

EXPERIMENT!
There are many more ways the heart can react to you: Try wiping it with a wet cloth, put a banana on it and see what happens, or simply blow on it – the humidity in your breath will make the oscillators sing as if you were just breathing new life into six punch-drunk sirens.

KORG: SDD3000 Delay & ARP Odyssey Synthesizer


Published on Sep 19, 2017 Korg Australia

"Stomping on Synths: Korg SDD-3000 + ARP Odyssey"

0-Coast Patch of the Week #18: Kick Drum


Published on Sep 20, 2017 MAKEN0ISE

"Create kick drum and tom-tom sounds with the 0-Coast. More drum sounds on the way!"

All parts here.

STUDIO ELECTRONICS CODE 8 SN 1314 w/ One Off Custom Serpico-8 Fuzz Control


Never seen the Serpico-8 before. Apparently it was a one off custom extension.

via this auction:


"Stuido [sic] Electronics CODE 8 OD Synthesizer

Custom Designed Fuzz Control Breakout Box

Midiminiafy Option Installed
1 TR-303 Filter Installed
1 ARP 2600 Filter Installed
1 CS-80 Filter Installed
Discrete OP Amps Installed

I am the original owner of this custom designed synth. It is in mint condition. I am only selling because I need money to go back to school. What makes this CODE unique is that the guys at studio electronics made a custom breakout box for it and named it the Serpico 8 (Fuzz Control). It is the only one in existence. This box allows you to control the amount of overdrive for each voice individually. You can also turn the overdrive on or off on each voice. With the Midiminiafy option installed, you can choose between Oberheim or Minimoog filters for each voice. There are custom switches on the front panel that allow you to turn on or off Minimoog ADSR envelopes for each voice. With the Minimoog filter and envelope enabled for any or all voices you can sound just like a Minimoog. There are also 1 each of all of the other available filters installed: Roland TR-303, ARP 2600, and Yamaha CS-80. These are installed on the first 3 voices. The discrete op amps on the main output give you better sound. You can use the 8 analog voices for one sound or you can use them in multi-mode. When in multi-mode, this synth can sound like many different synths due to the amount of filters, envelopes, and overdrive controls that are available to you."

Vintage ENSONIQ ESQ-1 Synth Keyboard Wave Synthesizer Version 2 W/ Original Box


via this auction

Roland TR-909 v4 Upgrade EPROM Chip with Timing Fix


via this auction. See the seller's other items for more.

"Upgrades your TR-909 to the latest OS
International buyers shall be responsible for all customs, levies or VATS imposed by their country.

Included in this listing:

1 TR-909 v4 EPROM upgrade chip
1 28 pin socket

TR-909 drum machine is not included in this auction, only the 2 items above.

About this upgrade: v4 is the latest TR-909 OS. It fixes MIDI sync problems in previous versions.

To check your 909's OS: power on the unit while holding down the "Track 1" button. One of LED's 1-4 will illuminate, indicating your version # 1-4.

Installation: de-solder the old chip, taking note of the notch on one side of the chip, solder in the new socket and insert the new v4 chip into the socket with notch facing same direction as old one.

If you aren't experienced with eletronics work it is recommended that you have someone who is do it for you.

EPROM and socket will be shipped in an anti-static packaging."

synth upgrades including: Waldorf Pulse Firmware 2.01 EPROM Upgrade, Ensoniq ESQ1 OS 3.50 Latest OS EPROM Firmware, Nord Lead 2 Firmware Upgrade v1.06 EPROM Latest OS, & Ensoniq ESQ1 V3.5HW Hidden Waves EPROMs.

Sequential Circuits Prophet T8 Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer SN 00063


via this auction

"Pieces that are missing/ not functioning :

5 screws in the back

22 knobs

The original pot on the frequency knob on the Lfo - mod section

The switch on the freq A on the Lfo - mod section doesn't turn on.

Keys:

The first four keys on the lowest octave are warped and stuck together.

53 out 76 keys work

When you plug in a midi keyboard all the keys work great


What works:

The sequencer

The presets have been currently installed

All the keys work via midi

The after touch

All eight voices are working

all of the knobs and switches work except for the frequency A switch on the Lfo mod

The tuning button works


Modifications/ Repairs

painted/ stained all the wood on the sides on the front and in the middle of the keyboard.
painted the top portion of the Prophet black.
replaced two of the Voice chips
replaced the internal battery and I installed all the factory sounds"

Roland SH-5 Monophonic Synthesizer


via this auction

"Rland SH-5 monophonic synthesizer

Looks 8.75 of 10
Looks better than average but controller panel looks a bit aged. Please see pictures.

Works 10 of 10
Everything works as specified, overhauled before shipping to have long life and to keep original sounds.
Change all electrolytic capacitors and short life transistors, opamps and logis ICs with new ones,
and keys knobs, sliders, switches and jacks cleaning before shipping."

Roland System-100 Model-101 Analog Synthesizer


via this auction

"Priced to sell due to cosmetic condition!

Located in the USA! No need to hassle with Japan!

This synth has severe cosmetic wear!

Damage includes but is not limited too: chipped paint, rust spots, burnt black key, discoloration of white keys and or case paint, rusty knob caps...

The sound is incredible!

It is 100% fully functional!"

Sequential Circuits Prophet 10 Synthesizer Keyboard SN 0397


via this auction

Convolution by mudlogger


Convolution by mudlogger from mudlogger on Vimeo.

"Mannequins Mangrove Oscillator modulated by Just Friends, sequenced by a Monome Grid and Monome Ansible using Meadowphysics, no samples used. Pink noise is filtered with Mannequins Three Sisters providing a random clock. This also uses ER301 new convolution reverb."

Møffenzeef Mødular REVPØL DEMØ


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Møffenzeef Mødular


via Møffenzeef Mødular

"NØ MØRE MAGIC SMØKE!

This cheap and simple little chicklet gøes between yøur mødule and yøur busbøard. In the event øf accidental backwards pøwer, the cømpønents øn this bøard bløw beføre yøur expensive mødule døes! Think øf it like a fusebøx før yøur mødules.

Are yøu using a mødule that døesn't have reverse pølarity prøtectiøn? Maybe the -12v rail isn't labeled? Are yøu wørried abøut a shady pøwer cable that's missing the infamøus red stripe? Unshrøuded header? Maybe yøu're lusting after a DIY prøject but are hesitant tø rack it because it's missing pølarity prøtectiøn...fear nø møre! REVPØL has yøur back!"

ELEKTRON DIGITAKT SAMPLING A SYNTHESIZER ~ Roland System 100 Model 101


Published on Sep 20, 2017 once upon a synth

"Elektron Digitakt sampling demo where I use a single synth as a sound source. I start off by making 4 percussion sounds including a kick, snare, tom, hi-hat and bell. Then I make a bass, lead and pad sound. I then sample these sounds into the 8 tracks on the Digitakt. Finally, I tweak the sounds and make a beat at the end.

The synth used here is the System 100 Model 101 from Roland which is a vintage analog monosynth from the 70s."

Akai VX600 Synthesiser SN 30615-00983


via this auction

"Overall, the synth is in superb working condition. The front panel is very clean, with hardly a mark to be seen, just small blemishes. The aluminium side panels are really tidy with only minor marks. The back panel is very clean with only minor blemishes to the paintwork.

All knobs, sliders, buttons and switches are present, original and function correctly.

The unit has been fully tested, a new backlight installed, calibration procedure checked and the oscillator tuning and scaling confirmed."

MODCAN A RACK AND MODULES


via this auction

"New style Modcan case with internal power supply
Cynthia Super Psycho LFO
Modcan 04A Envelope Generator
Modcan 01A Oscillator (new style)
Modcan 10A Multimode Filter
Modcan 11A Mixer/Panner
Modcan 25A Interface

This is a complete voice. Great as a starter system or add Modcan magic to any 5U
or Serge system.

All modules working well and in nice cosmetic condition."

BEMI BUCHLA EASEL w/ iProgram Card & Extras


via this auction

"Early issue Easel. Updated power supply board, power distro board and new 218e touchplate.
Includes iProgram Card, preset cards, BEMI bag with shorting bars and cables and original box."

Vintage ROLAND TR-808 in Excellent Condition


via this auction

Modular Synthesizer Jam #14 | Boodaman - Minimal


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Cavisynth aka Boodaman

"100% Modular Synthesizer performace.

All sounds and drum sounds provided by my modular system and sequenced by my sweet, lovely and faboulous Cirklon.


Your booking request for a live act: sounds[at]boodaman.com"

Mutant Modular MM002 - Mateo Murphy


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Hexinverter Électronique

"Mutant Modular #2 is here! Big thanks to Mateo Murphy, stalwart and veteran of the Montreal electronic music scene, who brought his Elektron A4 along and paired it with the Mutant Drums to serve up a hefty slice of hypnotic, dreamy techno with a dark edge.

// Mateo Murphy//

MontrĂŠaler Mateo Murphy has clocked nearly 20 years harnessing technology, manning the decks, and releasing dozens of dark, repetitive, rhythmically elegant tracks and remixes – from collaborations with Pheek and Noah Pred to deep, driving cuts on labels such as Tiga’s Turbo and Misstress Barbara’s Relentless.

Subscribe for more Mutant Modular releases!


Mutant Modular homepage: http://hexinverter.net/mutant-modular"

Fusebox synth - several minutes of sound


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Analogue Solutions

"A quick demo featuring Sub Osc and FM modulation."

General CV - layered sounds/chords


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Expert Sleepers

"Five layered sounds playing chords. Patch is CV/gate into General CV, stereo to ES-8 for recording. No additional effects."

Christopher Kah - Session XV with the Roland TB-03 & iPhone 5S


Published on Sep 20, 2017 HighWav

"' OSMOSE '
Less material you have, mores ideas you need…
Focus on the essential for me, the Feeling...

100% Machines. No Laptop. TOTAL IMPROVISATION.

BOOKING WORLDWIDE : booking@hjckd.am | MANAGEMENT : robert.schaeffer@hjckd.am
www.hjckd.am"

Erica Synths Black System Sound Demo (no talking)


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Bonedo Synthesizers

"Erica Synths Black System Sound Demo (no talking)"

Sequential Circuits Pro One vs Pioneer/DSI Toraiz AS-1 by INHALT


Published on Sep 20, 2017 INHALTVIDEO

http://inhalt.bigcartel.com/

"Ever since working on the factory bank patches for the Pioneer AS-1, we always felt that the sound hit close to home. And that home, for INHALT, is the Sequential Circuits Pro One. Now, in this video we put both units head to head to hear which one can out do the body music bass line. Both synths were recorded straight to Pro Tools HD via a Focusrite 2802 (Audient Mic Pres) and absolutely no fx or post processing was applied. What you are hearing is the dry signal playing back to 2 discrete channels on the desk. When the cut light is lit, that channel is muted. The similarities are so remarkable between the two synths, that often times we weren't sure which one we were hearing before we put the board tape on the desk. The characteristic is so strong between these two bass monsters that we are now developing an INHALT Pro One Sound Bank for the Toraiz AS-1 which will be available for download through our Big Cartel Shop. We hope you enjoy this comparison and find it useful. The AS-1 is a monster!!"

48db Resonant Filter Prototype from S-CAT (TR-909)


Published on Sep 20, 2017 Space Cat Audio Technologies

"This is our new analogue filter. 12db-24db-36db-48db with HP-BP-LP We are now working on a distortion circuit that will be added to this design to create a new sound shaping product."

Dao + Dr.Jekyll & Mr.Hyde + Flashback


Published on Sep 19, 2017 Kinetik Laboratories

"Dr.J&Mr.H is getting the Dao treatment (and delayed by TC Electronic Flashback).

Dr.Jekyll & Mr.Hyde is a sound generator formed by two distinct mixable circuit voices, the Jekyll's one is warm, firm and comforting, the other is harsh, noisy and sometimes unpredictable: the Hyde side.
Each voice has three oscillators with respecting FREQUENCY control.

Dao is a pattern controlled gater capable of turning every signal connected to the INPUT JACK into a rhythmic sequence, passing or muting it towards the OUTPUT JACK. The rhythm patterns are based on the position of two knobs, PATTERN LENGTH and CHOP NUMBER, allowing an intuitive use of the device. Users can generate up to 136 patterns by setting these knobs.
http://kinetiklaboratories.blogspot.it/"
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