Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Donner B1 Syn Bass First Jam

video upload by Dj Puzzle

"Welcome to the family B1 Syn Bass. You’re going to like it here. Also in the mix Pulsar 23, Sonicware Liven 8 Bit Warps, Volca Modular, and Volca Kick. The Korg SQ-64 sends main sync to the Blackbox via MIDI DIN which is sequencing the Pulsar 23. It also sends sync to the Liven 8 Bit Warps and Korg Volcas. The second MIDI DIN out on the SQ-64 sends sync to the Donner B1 Syn Bass."

Flight of Harmony Famine

video uploads by flightofharmon

via Flight of Harmony (pre-orders open): don't miss the disclaimer below.

Famine is a voltage-controlled power starvation module, a teasing taste of electronic death – with the ever-present threat of the real thing. Your system will squeal, stutter, fuzz, and shriek, in new ways as you torture it while discovering the sublime joys of Schadenfreude.

Famine is capable of handling 1.5A, enough for an entire busboard of modules.

• In the All position, positive and negative rails track together using the All/+V knob and CV input and the -V knob and CV input are ignored.
• In the Split position, positive and negative are separated and controlled from their respective knob and CV input.

• In the Crush position, positive and negative mirror each other, i.e., +5V & -5V, +6V & -6V.
• In the Wrack position, positive and negative track inversely, i.e., 0v & -10V, +1V & -9V, +8V & -2V, etc.

Starve position to starve, Feed position to bypass circuit entirely.

The LEDs indicate the level of starvation and glow brightest at 0V output.


• Most effective on analog systems. Since digital is based on the principle of either on or off, there’s not much to play with there. Systems with bootup periods are particularly annoying.

Famine may destroy your system. Voltage starvation is a largely unstudied technique and the dangers it poses are not well known or understood, but range from general malfunction to actual fire and catastrophic failure. Any use of this module is entirely at your own risk.

DO NOT USE with inductive or electromechanical systems. Inductive kickback has been verified to be responsible for module failure – and was the only type of module to have been observably damaged in our testing so far.

Synthwave Track #2 - DSI OB-6 Synth Solo (Work in progress)

video upload by NGC0 Music

"I've been working on this track, and decided to quickly record an OB-6 jam with my classic OB-6 lead sound. I'm using mainly the OB-6 and the Matriarch."

Oberheim Matrix 6

via this auction

Roland JD-800

via this auction

Roland V-Synth

via this auction

Noise as Triggers & Sequenced Noise Bursts

video upload by Todd Barton

"Today's exploration. Thank to my Patreon patrons for making these possible!!"

Sequenced Noise Bursts

"Using a sequencer to open gates . . ."

[spaghettification] AtomoSynth Koe_M6 live performance.

video upload by atomolab

"Hello World. this track is called Spaghettification, it was recorded live in one take, using the AtomoSynth Koe_M6 semi modular synthesizer (arpeggio), and the iPad (drums and bass line)."


video upload by Space Cat Audio Technologies

"Running the TR-909 L/R into both sides, switching between stereo and Link (Dual Mono) with Low Pass Filter engaged. This allows independent channel filtering or equal balanced filtering. Pre-order now, ships in around 8 weeks. Pre-order closes end of July 2022."

OB-X8 Sound Demo - By INHALT

video upload by Oberheim Official

"OB-X8 sound demo by INHALT. Programmed, played and recorded by Matia Simovich / INHALT at Infinite Power Studios. The OB-X8 was recorded straight into Pro Tools HD and no post processing or FX were added. What you're hearing is the raw synth."

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