Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Arturia SQ80 V Demo & Review

video upload by musictrackjp

Arturia SQ80 V Demo & Review
DEMO by Katsunori UJIIE.

Radiohead - Everything in it's right place - by Denis NGC0

video upload by NGC0 Music

"A short version of 'Everything in it's right place', one of my favorite Radiohead songs. (The raining effect is just an internal joke, for being nicknamed 'Sad video FX guy' by Davie504)

On this track I have performed all parts myself using the gear below:
- Moog Matriarch (Bass)
- DSI OB-6 (Pads, stabs, lead, source sound for the vocoder)
- MPC Live 2 Retro (Drums)
- Elektronika EM-26 (Vocoder)"

Donner B1 Syn Bass Analog Synthesizer Unboxing, Tutorial, and Review

video upload by Dream Static

"For my very first hardware synth review on this channel, I take a look at the very first synthesizer from Donner, a company mostly known for cheap guitar pedals and digital pianos.

00:00 Intro
00:30 Unboxing
04:31 Sound Test
08:07 Sequencing Tutorial
19:54 The Software
21:10 How to Set Up for Using an External Midi Clock
21:44 My Review
32:21 A Mediocre Dawless Jam Featuring the Donner B1"

You can find the Donner B1 here.

TS1 sequencer plays drum pattern and sequence with X-Factor parameter.

video upload by bvr-instruments

"This video is a demo of last TS1 firmware possibilities that include the X factor velocity chance to notes and drum sequences."

Chromaphone Quick Patch Demo

video upload by boxoftextures

"Quick demo of some Chromaphone patches I've made. Was minding my own business when it occurred to me that my drummer buddy could make use of some of these patches. So I figured I'd make a 20 second demo so I could show him what I was thinking and then a few hours later somehow ended up here with a complete (quick) demo. It happens, I guess.

All patches are mine, and the end theme under the credits is 100% Chromaphone.

Chromaphone, from Applied Acoustics Systems

Recorded and edited in ScreenFlow
Audio routing done in Rogue Amoeba Loopback


New Pics and Details on the Upcoming 3rd Wave PPG Inspired Advanced Wavetable Synthesizer

Some additonal info and two new pics of the 3rd Wave PPG Inspired Advanced Wavetable Synthesizer by Groove Synthesis (also see this previous post).

The synth is a reimagining of the PPG Wave, with additional features including:

- 3 oscillators with the original PPG wavetables as well as standard sine, saw, square and pulse waves. With or without classic PPG aliasing.

- 2 filters (Rossum analog SSM-type and a digital version of the SEM)

- 4 LFOs

- 4 envelopes

- 4-part multitimbral

- 2 digital effects on each of the 4 layers

- 4-track, 64-step poly sequencer, with control over gate length, ratcheting, and some other stuff

- 16 or 24 voice polyphony

Wersi - VEX 60 Live Expander, rare Vintage Synthesizer Module. Sound-Demo

video upload by M. Schmied

"Some Sounds from the very rare WERSI Vex 60 Live Expander Module.
Warm and bright Sound, wonderfull Pianos, Choir, Pads, Organs and Brass Sounds!! Some nice Drums at the End of the Video!!
Have FUN!!"

Oberheim OB-X8 - is raw purity enough?

video upload by True Cuckoo

"Oberheim has released a new synth with the helping hand of Sequential. It's a purist analog approach to the legacy of Oberheim. But is that enough in this day and age? Now that we're so used to advanced modulation matrixes and digital effects, and many synthesis methods on board etc? I think this appeals to a certain purist demographic. And for them it'll surely sound very much like that certain legendary sound that you might remember from a lot of productions. But for me, this is not a nostalgic experience at all. My personal nostalgia lies elsewhere. So I'm immune to any form of nostalgic reaction this might conjure. I'm experiencing this from the start. And even if I appreciate the pure balanced tone, I personally think it's a little bare minimum when it comes to functionality. How do you feel about it? Is this 'just right' for you?"

"Main Titles [From Blade Runner]" - Vangelis (Eurorack Modular, Deckard's Voice, Juno, Sub37 & more

video upload by Piotr Garbaczonek

"Thanks for watching!

RIP Vangelis

One of my biggest inspirations in music has died recently, and after rewatching the movie Blade Runner from 1982, I decided to make this little tribute to him. I am covering the 'Main Titles' track by him.

I don't own a Yamaha CS-80, because it costs a fortune and a half :), but I have the Black Corporation's Deckard's Voice module, which is kind of like a full voice of the Yamaha's CS-80. On top of that, all of the typing and machinery and percussion elements were MIDI'd in my DAW, and then through Intellijel's uMIDI module, I sent all that data to Mutable Instruments Elements. All of the noise and resonant filter spikes were made using the ARP Odyssey, all the bass and bass textures were made on the Moog Subsequent 37CV, and all the chords are created on the Roland Juno 60's Patch number 17.

Some extra elements were also created on various other interactions on the eurorack modules, especially the granular engine of Mutable Instruments Clouds and the mix output on the Deckard's Voice. Most effects were done in post, which included various instances of Valhalla Shimmer, and Valhalla Supermassive for Delay. The only element that I kept from the original recording was the voice at the beginning, and I was able to achieve it by isolating it from the rest of the original track, using the iZotope RX8.

Here are some links of mine:
Go follow my Patreon here:"

Stranger Things Season 4 - Trailer Music

video upload by Luke Million

"Can't wait for the new season of Stranger Things to drop this week! Been watching the trailer over and over, so I thought I’d have a little jam on the music in it. This is my take on the Bryce Miller/Alloy Tracks Remix of Separate Ways by Journey. 🎹🎹🎹

Gear Used;

Sequential Prophet 5 Rev 3.3
Roland Juno 6
Moog Multimoog
Oberheim OB8
Korg MS20
Moog Multimoog"

Patch n Tweak

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