MATRIXSYNTH: The Synthesizer 3000

Monday, May 03, 2010

The Synthesizer 3000

The Synthesizer 3000 from Matthew Lawless on Vimeo.

"Here is a short product advertisement I had to do for an assignment in Cinema 4D class. I created the synthesizer from scratch and used a mini synthesizer model that Dan McPharlin created. I don't know anything about synthesizers, so the information is about a completely different synth.

I had the hardest time rending this too, well the main reason why it was so difficult was because my school computer would stop rendering every 15minutes. It told me the license had expired on Cinema 4D, so much for an up to date school. Sorry I had to complain. Oh well Enjoy!

Reference -" Dan McPharlin - click here for all prior posts featuring Dan McPharlin.


  1. Dan's cardboard synths are SOOOOO AWESOME! I would hope manufacturers and DIY people start using his aesthetic when designing new products - Lets get back to that 1950s/1960s look in hardware!


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