MATRIXSYNTH: Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Quick Session: Gainstate (Elektron Analog Rytm, Casio SK-1, Boss DD-20, TC HOF)


Published on Sep 8, 2015 my4trackmachine

"Lo-Fi meets Hi-fi. Lets see what happens."

Qu-Bit Electronix EON Teaser Video


Published on Sep 8, 2015 Qu-Bit Electronix


http://www.qubitelectronix.com

"EON is an envelope, oscillator, and noise source in 2 HP.
It has three modes that are quickly and easily set via a 3 position switch.

Although its functionality is multifaceted, the EON can be a full fledged envelope with linear and exponetional shapes, a square wave oscillator that tracks 1 volt per octave, or a digital noise source with downsample control.

In addition to the three main functions, the EON also has a triangle wave LFO, random gates, and cycling envelopes.

Packing more features per HP than any other module before, the EON is the best way to fill any empty spot in your case.

- Envelope with linear and exponential shapes

- Square wave oscillator that tracks 1 volt per octave

-Oscillator pitch tracking can be 1 volt per octave or quantized to semitones.

- Digital noise with downsample control

- Random gates

- 2 HP"

We got our first peek at EON back at Winter NAMM.

C-3P-Moog


via @moogfest

"C-3P-Moog #Moogfest #StarWars #Android"

C-3PO goes Rogue?

See the Star Wars channel for more.

Update: you'll find the original art here.

New Pic of the Vintage Eight Voice Analog Moog SL-8


This one spotted on reddit by Soviet Space Child.

Via the reddit thread: "This is an actual picture taken last week, not just gear porn."

Followed by: "It's the prototype for the Moog SL8 (1983). The story goes, Moog brought this to NAMM 83 as an 8 voice polyphonic synth, a follow up to the Memory Moog (which btw has the fattest Osc's I might have ever heard). They brought the cards for the SL8 to NAMM in a 'cardboard box' and this was placed below the SL8 for performance during NAMM. After NAMM the cardboard box containing the cards was lost or misplaced and all the remains is the body. The PolyMoog can be a nightmare, but this is due to the body warping. The plastic container was reinforced on certain later revs (If memory serves correct), but early models suffer a twisting frame and thus damage to the cards. We have a PolyMoog in the collection. I could post a pic on a later date of it. I use the Memory Moog as a go to, the PolyMoog doesn't get as much use as it should."

"Yes. I am the Technical Director of the Audities Foundation. The purpose of the collection is to make sound and art with sonic artifacts This is one of the rarest synths around, but unfortunately lost to time."

You'll find some previous posts featuring the SL-8 here. See this post for some pics and a video from Audities, and this post for specs.

Roland SH-2 Analog Synthesizer


via this auction

"This synthesizer is in perfect working condition. It has 2 non original screws but is fully functional. This is a Japanese import. Comes with free power converter."

PAiA Modular Analog Synthesizer Model 4700


via this auction

"Here's a PAiA Series 4700 analog synthesizer. The modules included are: 4710 Balanced Modulator (two), 4711 4/2 Mixer, 4712 Reverb, 4720 VCO (three), 4730 VCF, 4740 Envelope Generator, 4761 Wing (two), 4770 Watt Block (three), 8780 D/A Converter, 8781 Quash, plus an unmarked (4750?) LFO."

Patterning In Depth : Advanced Loop Settings


Published on Sep 8, 2015 Olympia Noise Co.

iTunes: Patterning : Drum Machine - Olympia Noise Co.

"Learn about Patterning's advanced loop settings."

Multitracked Oberheim Matrix 6R


Published on Sep 8, 2015 bitleyTM

"I've just kept finding more and more interesting synthesizers, and here's my first Oberheim in over 20 years (I used to have the Matrix 1000) - enter the Matrix 6R. I always kind of missed the Oberheim sound and as you hopefully will agree, it sounds wonderful."

Control Volt Sequence by Dante Gonzales


Published on Sep 8, 2015 Dante Gonzales

"Master Clock Kick $ Snare: Roland TR-606.
Analog Sequencer: Atomosynth Multiklon (x 2)
Sequence Synthesizer: Roland SH-5.
Solo Synthesizer: Moog MG-1
Hi-Q : Roland SH-2
White Noise and Ring Mod. Effect : Syncussion.

Recorde Live in Paraiso del Silicio Studios Lima - Perú."

Modular Acid Cumbia Live at Exteresa Arte Actual, Mexico City


Modular Acid Cumbia Live at Exteresa Arte Actual, Mexico City from MareaBoba on Vimeo.

"MareaBoba at Exteresa Arte Actual, Mexico City
VA02 - VOLTA http://voltafestival.mx
2º CONCIERTO PREVIO al 1er Encuentro de Música Experimental y Arte Sonoro (Tlaxcala, 2015)
Date: 05-Sep-2015

- Manrico Montero
- Midi/vidi/circuit
- Mareaboba"

Vintage Moog Sonic 6 Synthesizer SN 2072


via this auction

Some history on this individual synth via the listing: "Moog Sonic 6 synthesizer, serial # S2072, assembled and inspected on January 9, 1975. Includes original power cord. Can be played monophonically or duophonically. This one was marketed as an educational synth, but it makes an unusually good performance synth because you can turn off the signal going out and turn on the speaker any time you want to make a new sound without it going out to the main system, and it folds up into a suitcase. It includes those classic Moog oscillators and the silky smooth Moog ladder filter for unbeatable sound. Plus extras like a ring modulator and two mixable LFOs. And it is great for processing external signals. I put a combo organ through it and got it to sound just like The Who doing "Won't Get Fooled Again".

There is some moderate wear, the edges are not quite as straight as when it was new, and some minor scuffs. But overall it's in very good shape cosmetically. When I got it, it had mushy action and uneven keys. So I replaced all the key bushings. I verified all the keys play properly and don't stick. While I had it open I went through the entire adjustment procedure outlined in the service manual, and it plays in tune now. The service manual and owner's manual can be downloaded free online, and I highly recommend keeping copies of both. Since it is 40 years old I cannot make any guarantees on adjustments or functionality in the future, and I am selling it as-is. But if you should have any problems with it right away, please contact me first.

On a technical note for if you are planning on using this long-term. The next time it is opened up I recommend replacing all the trimmer pots with 10-turn trimmers for increased accuracy and stability of the adjustments. They will also make it A LOT easier to adjust."

Sonica Synthesizer by Frank Eventoff #585


via this auction

"Sonica Serge Synth Instrument, Frank Evantoff Number 585.

Own a part of synthesizer history. One of very few surviving, fully working Sonica Instruments. One sold at auction for $3,416.00

This example is in excellent condition, no damage other than one small ding (size of a BB) in the base of body. No corrosion on battery connections, original case, unmarked original instructions (even has unused stamp for warranty return). This instrument was bought new and put in a closet and recently found.

You are bidding on an extremely rare FULLY WORKING electronic synthesizer instrument by Frank Evantoff, called the Sonica. Number 585 of only 650 produced. Shaped like small lute with a guitar like neck which fits perfectly into the hand. By touching the frets on the neck the instrument produces notes best often described as between a theremin, sitar and a violin.

Frank invented the force sensing-resistor FSR. "After Mattel had used the concept for the "Magical Music Thing," Frank Evantoff developed a more precise keyboard and incorporated it into this new instrument, which he called The Sonica.

In 1979, the first Sonicas were produced, a collaboration with Larry Heller. There were 650 eventually built, but very few are seen nowadays. Serge Tcherepnin of Serge synthesizers (analog modular) did the oscillator design, and the oscillator inside the Sonica is indeed a Serge oscillator. The bodies have an interesting gourd/phallic shape, and were carved red alder wood with hand rubbed lacquer and covered with brass plates. This instrument is hand made even the circuit boards are hand printed. The neck is incredibly comfortable, and easily fits into the hand, facilitating the sliding action used for playing the Sonica.

The sound of the Sonica can best be described as somewhere between a theremin, sitar and violin. When run through a simple delay, an amazing array of soundscapes are derived. The front panel features a Key/Pitch Knob, and an On/Off Volume Knob. It boasts 15 keys with additional half step notes.

It also features three buttons. Analog “Slider” which is a tremolo type effect, Analog “Tone” which is actually a tonal boost, and “Half-Step” which raises the note an octave. It features a built-in speaker, with an 1/8 inch output to connect to an amplifier or recording device. It runs on one 9-volt battery which is installed by accessing a plate on the backside of the device.

The Sonica really shines when sent through a tube amplifier, producing a crystalline sound unlike anything I’ve heard before.

Please check out youtube of looping, etc. and history of The Sonica by Frank Eventoff.

Comes with original unmarked/no tears instructions (even has unused stamp for warranty return)."

Roland Aira TR8 - TR 909 day 9th September 2015. (Live jam)


Published on Sep 8, 2015 Calle Nilsson

"Roland TR8 live jam with TR 909 drums. Enjoy!
Please subscribe."

http://www.roland.com/aira

Noystoise YAMAHA HS200


Published on Sep 8, 2015 noystoise


Some pics and initial details via noystoise. Be sure to click through for more.

"The synth is based off of a Yamaha HS200 that the musician had owned since he was a kid. the keyboard is a regular piece of his performance rig, so the finished product needed to stay compact. i had never had the chance to play an HS200 before it was shipped to me. the keyboard is actually pretty powerful for its size. it has 5 timbres, 4-note polyphony, and sustain. the keyboard had some issues, as most toys of this age usually do, but after a good tare-down and cleaning, the keyboard had a lot of potential. one interesting thing about this keyboard was the auto-power-off function. it was actually a separate dedicated IC made by Yamaha. never seen that before. needless to say, i took it out of the circuit..."

"The HS200 itself has a pitch control circuit that can be modulated manually, by the LFO, by the EG, or by the CV input jack. the range is pretty limited but enough to get some great warping sounds. the keyboard also has a 5-position switch to select the timbre, as well as a single on/off switch that engages the sustain mode...

The LFO is pretty cool. it is the same dual op-amp triangle wave VCO i use a lot, however, this time i added a triangle-to-sine wave-shaper after. the wave-shaper can actually be swept from triangle, to sine, to square-wave gradually. this is a great circuit to have in the toolbox. more fun to play with than a three position switch. might have been cool to add a CV input to control the wave-shape. maybe next time. the frequncy of the LFO can be controlled manually, by the EG, or by the external CV input to the LFO. the LFO has a depth control knob that controls the level to the internal parameter it is set to. the LFO has a CV output, but like the EG CV output, the signal is output at full, and can not be controlled with the depth knob. the LFO has a 5-position slide switch that can be set to modulate either the HS200 pitch, 12db filter cutoff, echo rate, echo HP filter, or echo LP filter..."

Microkorg XL ***128 New Patches/Sounds***


Published on Sep 8, 2015

Available here.

Max Out Reason Devices with the Delora rsTouch App


Published on Sep 7, 2015 DeloraSoftware

"Get the most our of Reason's extensive devices & RE's with Delora rsTouch Pro on the iPad"

iTunes: rsTouch Pro for Reason - Harmony Systems, Inc.

Using the rsTouch iPad App with Reason Redrum

Published on Apr 1, 2015

"See how using the rsTouch iPad app streamlines your music creation workflow when using the Reason Redrum machine"

iTunes: rsTouch Pro for Reason - Harmony Systems, Inc.

"What's New in Version 2.6.0
With added Rack Extensions in 2.6, rsTouch now supports more than 100 devices with customized screens!
* New device panel support for 26 RE’s from: AudioRealism (3), Blamsoft (15), Lab:One Recordings (3), Normen Hansen (1), Pitchblende (1) and Robotic Bean (3)

* Removed unnecessary patch display in Audiomatic RE
* Minor bug fixes"


"iPad control surface for Reason! Now with customized support for > 100 devices and Rack Extensions! (PLEASE READ THE REQUIREMENTS BEFORE PURCHASING)

rsTouch provides hands-on control for the Propellerhead Reason MIXER & TRANSPORT functions. In DEVICE mode, control 108 Reason devices from dedicated iPad screens.

Tired of trying to manipulate tiny controls with a mouse? Need more computer screen space? With rsTouch and a MIDI connection (USB MIDI or Wi-Fi network MIDI), you can record, playback, and mix Reason songs from anywhere in your studio using your iPad. Control Reason's main mixer in banks of 8 channels. Use transport controls or the "jog strip" to navigate; set loop range and location markers. View current playback position on timecode and bar-beat displays.

rsTouch's mixer and device displays offer large, color coded multi-touch faders and rotary controls. Dedicated "control panels" for 108 Reason synthesizers, mixers, effects & utility devices puts Reason device control at your fingertips. Control Reason's main mixer's channel level, pan, send effects, inserts, compressor and gate dynamics, and EQ. Channel fader meters, master volume meter, and the "Big Meter" provide visual feedback to monitor audio levels.

rsTouch also includes a music keyboard and drum pads to play Reason synths and drum machines, or record into a sequencer track.

OSX and Windows installers for the required Reason control surface support files are available as a free download from www.delora.com. YOU MUST INSTALL THESE FILES TO USE RSTOUCH.

IT IS CRITICAL THAT ALL SETUP STEPS BE DONE AS DIRECTED. See "Requirements & Setup" and read the user manual on the rsTouch product page at www.delora.com. Please contact us at support@delora.com if you have any problems or questions and we will be happy to assist you.

REQUIREMENTS

* iPad running iOS 5.1.1 or greater
* Propellerhead Reason 6.5.0 (or higher, including Reason 8) or Reason Essentials 1.5 (or higher) running on your Mac or Windows PC
* rsTouch Reason support files installed on your Mac or PC. DOWNLOAD FREE INSTALLER AT www.delora.com
* Dedicated iPad MIDI input and output connection to computer (wired or network MIDI)
-- wired MIDI interfaces must reliably support MIDI SYSEX commands!
-- Network MIDI requires Wi-Fi access to computer running Reason
-- PC NETWORK MIDI USERS: You must have a CoreMIDI compatible network MIDI driver installed (see user manual).
-- Set iPad Bluetooth OFF if using network MIDI

FEATURES

* Control Reason's Main Mixer, Master Section & Rack devices using multitouch rotaries, faders, and buttons
* Always available Transport controls, including "jog strip" & 5 programmable location markers
* "Big Meter" display
* Timecode & bar-beat "LCD"
* Tempo setting & display
* Undo, Redo
* Device Rack mode: control 108 Reason instruments, effects and utilities from customized device screens
* Main Mixer mode:
-- Channel names and numbers
-- 8 mixer channels at a time
-- Bank buttons (by 1 or 8)
-- Bank change swipe gesture
-- Four programmable bank buttons + last/busses bank
-- Long-throw channel faders; levels shown in dB; extended length faders available
-- Link channels for “gang” fader operation
-- Mute and solo; clear all mutes or solos
-- Channel VU and Peak meters
-- Channel pan; value displayed
-- Channel effects sends & enables (8 per channel) - patch name for each send bus displayed
-- Channel insert: Bypass, 4 rotaries, 4 buttons
-- Channel EQ; controls on 3 switchable/scrollable views
-- Channel compressor and gate; controls on 2 views
* Master mode:
-- 8 Master sends and returns
-- Master insert: bypass, 4 rotaries & buttons
-- Master bus compressor
-- Long-throw master level fader; level shown in dB
-- Master level VU and Peak meter
-- Control Room settings popup
* Perform mode: keyboard and drum pads for playing and recording Reason synths and drum machines from the iPad"

Waldorf Micro Q Keyboard


via this auction

Vintage Moog Micromoog SN 3020


via this auction

via the seller: "I had my friend who works with switched on (Austin Texas) comb through this bad boy and tune her up and get every key in perfect condition. It really sounds great and has no hiss or extra noise. It's honestly been one of my cleanest synths. All knobs work perfectly, the mod wheel works great, and the pitch finger slider is in great condition! Superb synth here!!"

Vintage KORG VC-10 Music Keyboard Synthesizer Vocoder SN 160614


via this auction

iPhone Synth "ARGON" Demo


Uploaded on Mar 19, 2010 Aero Finback

iTunes: ARGON Synth - iceWorks, Inc.

Laplace Resonator Synth Demo


Published on Oct 15, 2014 Aero Finback

iTunes: Laplace - Resonator Synth - iceWorks, Inc.

KORG iELECTRIBE for iPhone & Lorentz Polyphonic Synthesizer


Published on Sep 7, 2015 Aero Finback

iTunes:
KORG iELECTRIBE for iPhone - KORG INC.
LORENTZ Polyphonic Synthesizer - iceWorks, Inc.

First Experiments with Sinevibes Hologram


Published on Sep 8, 2015 Synth Anatomy

"The first experiments with Sinevibes Hologram

Hologram is a creative effect processor that resynthesizes the sound in real time. It does this by splitting the input signal into multiple frequency bands, analyzing their dynamics, and then recreating the signal’s spectrum with an array of sine oscillators. The result is a wide variety of pleasantly smooth synthetic tones whose spectral and dynamic characteristics are controlled by the input audio. To take it even further, Hologram also has two highly flexible, multi-waveform modulators that apply rhythmic motion to its re-synthesis engine.

WALDORF NW-1// Sequences + FX // Wavetable Module // Part 2 //


Published on Sep 8, 2015 LESINDES

"This is PART TWO of the first encounter with stunning NW-1. BeatStep triggered Sequences, mostly. & mostly with FX (Mutable Instruments Clouds doing a very good job."

WALDORF NW-1// Wavetable Module // First Encounter


Published on Sep 8, 2015 LESINDES

Rare One-Off Vintage EML Synth with Two Octave Keyboard


via this auction

"100% unique hand built EML synth based on the 100 & 101 series. I believe this was built by an employee around the time the company stopped building synthesisers in the mid 1970's. It is semi modular in design and includes a spring reverb."

If anyone has any additional info on this one, let us know.

I love it when things like this come up. This belongs in the rarest of the rare synth category. Like something you'd see in a synth dream.

Update: I did a quick search for EML Prototype and found this previous post from back in 2007.  You'll find some additional info there.

ALM Akemie's Castle modular jam


Published on Sep 8, 2015 vcoadsr

"A one-take track using the ALM Busy Circuits Akemie’s Castle module with a dash of RadioMusic (for the vocal snippets) all being run though an Erbe-verb.

The various operators of the Akemie's Castle are being modulated by Pamela's Workout and pitch CV from the Makenoise Rene."

Deep88 - Sp1200 Jam


Published on Sep 7, 2015 deepeightyeight

"just a jam with my loved emu sp1200"

Also: "tb3 (but with moog filter mf101) and ensoniq esq1 on pad"

percussa wireless audiocubes digital modular synth demo 2


Published on Sep 8, 2015 AudioCubes by PERCUSSA

"In this video a wireless AudioCube is linked to a Noise processor in Synthor, inside MIDIBridge. The frequency and amplitude of the Noise processor can be controlled using two of the four AudioCube sensors.
https://www.percussa.com/2015/09/08/G..."

Some additional info via the Percussa newsletter:

"In the video above, you’ll see a Macbook laptop running my latest Synthor build (email me if you’d like to try the latest version). The laptop is connected to an AudioCube PRO via USB, which is the base station for the AudioCubes PRO network (you can use up to 16 cubes wirelessly). The AudioCube we hold in our hands is fully wireless and communicates with the base station cube. It’s all plug-and-play, no drivers necessary, and you can also hot plug the cube network, and swap cubes around if you like (any cube can become the base station cube, all without restarting software or stopping or starting audio).

In the video the wireless cube is linked to a Noise processor in Synthor, inside MIDIBridge. The Noise processor generates white noise, but with variable frequency and amplitude. The sound is passed through a reverb section which is now also built into Synthor. The frequency and amplitude of the Noise processor can be controlled using two of the four AudioCube sensors. The other two are unused in this demo, but I have some exciting plans to map those to two other parameters of the processor :-)

What’s cool about this demo is that you can see how gestural you can get with this simple setup and the variety of results you can get. You can also see the green bar graphs on the laptop in the back which show the distance sensing in real time for the 4 sensors of the AudioCube. All you need to replicate this setup is a Mac or PC laptop, two Wireless AudioCubes PRO and our free MIDIBridge software (includes Synthor). You don’t need any other software or hardware."

Moog Sim Phatty vs Novation Bass Station 2

Moog Slim Phatty vs Novation Bass Station 2 - Part #1 - MIDIVERSE - TV

Published on May 1, 2015 MIDI-VERSE TV

"In this episode of MIDIVERSE-TV we take a look at the Moog Slim Phatty and the Novation Bass Station 2."


Moog Sim Phatty vs Novation Bass Station 2 - Part #2 - MIDIVERSE MONDAYS #2

Published on Sep 8, 2015 MIDI-VERSE TV

"On this episode of MIDIVERSE - TV we'll be comparing the oscillator sections of the Moog Slim Phatty and the Novation Bass Station 2. In the first video part we compared the filter section of each of the synthesizers and also tried running the oscillators through the different filter inputs on each synth, so go back and check out that video if you missed it."

EHX KEY9 Electric Piano Machine


Published on Sep 8, 2015 EHX

See how many of the tunes you can recognize.


"Completing the powerful trilogy forged by the B9 and C9 Organ Machines, the new KEY9 emulates the world’s most coveted electric pianos and more. With 9 presets, you can transform your axe and lay down a cool “Riders on the Storm” style groove or some hot funk ala 'What’d I Say!'

Take it from Mike Matthews who says: 'You’ll dig the way the KEY9 turns you into a Rhodes Scholar!'

Watch effects guru, Bill Ruppert, demonstrate the KEY9.

For more information, please visit: http://www.ehx.com/products/key9"

Synth Tech Announces E950 Circuit Bent VCO & E620 USB MIDI:CV Eurorack Modules


via Synthesis Technology:

"The E950 is a 10hp DSP-based VCO that combines the famous "smooth morphing" of the E350 Morphing Terrarium with fully licensed "Speak & Spell" technology from Texas Instruments. R&D is ongoing but visit us at KnobCon to check out the latest prototype. Estimated price is $199."

"The E620 is a combination USB Host and Device interface with two 16-bit CVs spanning -2V to +8V and two gate outputs. These four outputs can be assigned (via MIDI Program Change messages) to 12 different settings. Modes for drum triggers, MIDI clock division, and monophonic/ polyphinic CV/ gate are included. The module is 4HP wide. Pricing is not yet finalized, but is expected to be $249 or less."

via @ctrl_mod

Sputnik Modular - Karplus String Creature


Published on Sep 8, 2015 DivKidMusic

"Been having some real fun with the Sputnik Modular modules. There's already a video of the quad VCF/VCA here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG9QZ... [posted here] - and videos to come on the whole range coming as soon as I can do (don't worry they're coming!). Here's a patch utilising the audio rate delay capability of the Delay / Dual Crossfader module which really is a new love of mine. Patching your own feedback path and dry wet mix is awesome, I feel it pushes you to think about the signal path and doing more interesting things with the feedback path as well (although here I left it simple). The Quad Function Generator is on modulation duties modulating the amplitude of a white noise signal going into the Delay to excite the 'virtual string' the delays are creating. Lots of cross patching and feedback routing with the envelopes resulting in a fun patch where small movements of knobs seems to result in endless chains of random things flying out."

Arp Axxe Analog Synth & Little Brother in Original Unified Single Case


via this auction

"This is a gorgeous little ARP combo in a very old original built case with lid and legs. You can see form the pics that conditon is excellent for the Axxe and overall for both units is pretty good although the Little Brother badge could do with some 'reinvigorating'. There is loads of info regarding these items online, but i would definitely say that the Little Brother is a very rare unit on its own, i've hardly ever seen these up for sale!!! I paid a significant amount of money to have everything brought back to full 'like new' working order with Saint Eric- the boards have been washed, sliders repaired/lubed and Key contacts polished..."

Clavia Nord Modular G2 with Original Box & Expansion Card


via this auction

"Nord Modular G2 with DSP expansion card that doubles the synth's polyphony/complexity of the patches, in near mint condition. Everything looks brand new and functions 100% as intended."

KORG Mono/Poly


via this auction

See the third pick for what it looks like under the faux wood laminate case.

"KORG Mono/Poly for sale. A classic synth with monophonic/polyphonic capabilities. Its Four VCOs can be linked or played independently. It also has super unique functions like chord memory and an arpeggiator. It was cleaned and restored a couple years ago and has a very clean bill of health, except for a few cosmetic blemishes, which is to be expected for a 30+ year old synth."

ROLAND JX-8P with Original Box


via this auction

Roland MC202 SN 327100


via this auction

Gotharman's FX deFormer - Sequencer


Published on Sep 8, 2015 gotharman

"Playing with sequencer and samples on FX deFormer."

TR727 pitch mod demo patterns



"Demos of individual pitch controls on a Roland TR727 drum machine. The mod has 9 new pitch knobs, one for each sound group. The knobs control the playback rate, and therefore the pitch of the percussion samples."

Prophet-5 rev 3.0---1981 sn #1824


Published on Sep 8, 2015 James Reeno

Thought this was interesting. A small refreshing interlude between posts. The synth in the track does sound like the Prophet-5. Anyone know what the track is?

Dotcom & Euro Atmos


Published on Sep 8, 2015 PaulLawlerMusic

"This patch is the System 110 sequenced two times.
The Q960 is the faster sequence, using 2 oscillators.
The Slow Sequence is from Rene, which is triggering two Saw waves from the System 110 which go through the Ring Mod.
The audio is then output to the Euro side, through the Spectral Multiband Resonator, and Clouds."

KiNK : Midnight Patch


Published on Sep 8, 2015 kink303

"Here is a simple patch on my Eurorack system, I almost don`t do nothing, so I focused my camera on the beautiful lights. Modules used: Tiptop Audio Circadian Rhythms, BD909, Hats909, Make Noise MMG, DPO, Maths, Wogglebug, Doepfer A-125. Other gear: TC Electronic SCF, A/DA Flanger, Mackie 16.8.2. I did a little edit of the video for more drama, enjoy :)"

Jolly Bongos


Published on Sep 8, 2015 mqtthiqs

"A modular piece"

Roland MC-303 Filtered Beats & Synthesized Drones


Published on Sep 8, 2015 TheDaydreamSound

"This drum machine is the most! Here's some in and out rhythm stuff! Even though it's been considered a toy, the Roland MC-303 is a great sounding box.

Visit: http://www.thedaydreamsound.com and pick up a copy of my albums, The Daydream Sound I, II, III & Apparel Sketches for Him & Her and the latest release Gold Revelation!"

Little Green Echo by S-CAT. Circuit bent lo-fi filtered delay (prototype test)


Published on Sep 8, 2015 Space Cat Audio Technologies

"Here is a quick demo of our new Circuit Bent Digital Delay and a Roland TR-909 Drum Machine"

S-CAT on eBay

Pruebas con el Yamaha Reface CS


Published on Sep 8, 2015 Hispasonic

"Hemos tenido la oportunidad de probar intensivamente el modelo CS de la nueva gama Reface de Yamaha, que no ha dejado indiferente a nadie."

DSI Evolver feedback distortion


Published on Sep 7, 2015 Fuzzo Frizzbeebot
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