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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Peanuts Christmas 2018 Korg Kronos Jupiter-8 Moog Phatty Samples Rik Marston


Published on Dec 18, 2018 SynthgodXXX

Peanuts Christmas 2018
Korg Kronos using Roland Jupiter-8 + Moog Little Phatty Samples
Synth & Sample Demo by Rik Marston
**Watch in HD!** **Turn it UP!!!*

These samples are from the Reverb Moog Synth Collection Sample Pack & the Roland Synth Collection Sample Pack available here:
https://reverb.com/software/samples-a...
https://reverb.com/software/samples-a...

I used these samples in my trusty Korg Kronos 73 making my
little techno version of "Peanuts Christmas 2018"!!!
All effects are Super Chorus & Tape Echo on the Kronos.
Moog sample: Moog Little Phatty - Moog Reverb Bass
Roland sample: Roland Jupiter-8 - JP8 Perfect Brass
This is one of my favorite holiday grooves & I had to do
it this year! It's tempo is at 162 bpm. Hope you dig it!
Happy Holidays!!!
Thank you for watching!

More Synthesizer Demos
Ambient Chill Zen Music
Electronic Dance Music
Space & Meteorites
COMING SOON!
12/18/2018
Rik Marston
SynthgodXXX

Star Trek Deep Space Nine Theme played on the Deckard's Dream synthesizer


Published on Dec 18, 2018 Sean Christopher - Evoking Emotion Through Music

"Star Trek Deep Space Nine has long been one of my favorite Sci-Fi television shows and I've always found the theme song to be one of my favorite pieces ever written for the Star Trek franchise. The theme was composed by Dennis McCarthy and used mostly orchestral instruments. Creating a synth version of this awesome piece was just too tempting not to do on my Deckard's Dream synthesizer by Black Corporation.

The piece was multitracked via Cubase and the only FX I used was reverb and delay."

Prophet X / XL Sample Import and Mapping App Now Available from 8Dio


8Dio’s Sample Mapping Utility for the Prophet X and XL is now available. See this previous post for a demo. The official press release from Sequential follows:

"San Francisco, CA—Dec 18, 2018—Sequential today announced that the Prophet X, the company’s flagship samples-plus-synthesis instrument, now allows users to import their own samples to create custom instruments and content. Sample import and mapping is done via an easy-to-use software application created by 8Dio, Sequential’s factory sample content provider for the Prophet X. The application is available for download as a free public Beta from 8Dio’s website.

Because the Prophet X was designed to accommodate up to 50 GB of 16-bit, 48 kHz user content, custom sample import has been a highly anticipated feature of the instrument since its introduction in June of this year. The 50 GB of user sample storage, along with the 150 GB of internal factory samples make the Prophet X the most capacious of any hardware instrument supporting sample playback available today.

Sample playback is only part of the Prophet X package, however, as the instrument’s sound engine actually powers two simultaneous sample-based instruments plus two high-resolution digital oscillators, and adds a full complement of traditional synthesis tools, all processed through analog filters. Dual digital effects and a 64-step polyphonic sequencer round out the package. In standard performance mode, the instrument provides bi-timbral, 8-voice stereo, or 16-voice mono operation. 32-voice performance mode, which is a feature of the new 2.0 OS, allows paraphonic filter operation when using a single sampled instrument and oscillator.

“Letting users import their own material was an essential part of the Prophet X design from the beginning,” commented Dave Smith. “It makes what’s already our most sonically versatile instrument truly open-ended. We can’t wait to hear where musicians take it now. Things are going to get pretty wild.”

The Prophet X ($3,999 US MAP) and Prophet XL ($4,399 US MAP) are available from Sequential’s worldwide network of dealers.

8Dio’s Sample Mapping Utility can be downloaded at https://8dio.com/instrument/sequential-prophet-xxl-mapping-utility/"

VGM #156: Gris, Pt. 1 (GRIS) Ambient Synth Cover


Published on Dec 18, 2018 Ace Waters

"It was 2am when I finally got the editing done, so no short chat at the end. Go play GRIS. It's seriously incredible. Moved me so much, I had to cover a song. Enjoy."

Robert Rich & Paul Schreiber (Synthesis Technology) - Live from Control 09.21.2018


Published on Dec 18, 2018 CTRL MOD

"Friday, September 21, 2018 - Control presents Creative Synth Patching with ambient electronic artist Robert Rich & Paul Schreiber, founder and chief engineer of MOTM and Synthesis Technology.

Rich and Schreiber's long friendship and collaboration most recently found Rich as head beta-tester for Schreiber's epic E370 Quad Morphing VCO. This intimate evening brings the two friends together again for an exploratory discussion and a demo of Robert Rich's own style of patching techniques, to help the synthesist move beyond the basics of signal path. Rich also discusses his influences and recording techniques.

Thank you Robert Rich and Paul Schreiber.

Control specializes in Eurorack Modular, vintage traditional and unusual eccentric electronic devices both analog and digital. Please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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This video is licensed under an attribution, noncommercial, share-alike, international creative commons license, 2018."

Soundmit 2018 - Marco Del Fiasco - Audiolino Brick


Premiered 7 hours ago SOUNDMIT

Soundmit 2018 - 3/4 Nov 2018
www.soundmit.com

INTERVIEW - MARCO DEL FIASCO (Audiolino)

Audiolino is a young Italian company that is dedicated to the world of makers. With this first project, Brick, the makers have the ability to make guitar effects and much more, all without writing a line of code!

Soundmit 2018 - Overview
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www.soundmit.com/it/s2018

Esponi al Soundmit 2019!
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Novation Peak Moog Voyager Digitakt Maschine


Published on Dec 18, 2018 Ron Millar

"Little fun short looped jam"

DSI Prophet 6 & Boss DD500 Digital Delay


Published on Dec 18, 2018 3rdStoreyChemist

Ladik S-090 Dual Probability Skipper


Published on Dec 18, 2018 Learning Modular

"As part of my algorithmic percussion case, I knew I wanted a "skipper" as part of it to either randomly drop beats, or to trigger two different sounds from the same pattern to create variety. I decided to try a Ladik S-090 because it had a couple of extra options, including two different randomization algorithms, and interaction between its two channels. I demonstrate all of those possibilities in this video; I hope you enjoy it.

https://learningmodular.com/training/
https://learningmodular.com/patch-tweak/
https://www.patreon.com/LearningModular"

Vintage ARP Quadra Demo


Demo added to this post.
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