MATRIXSYNTH: Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Microbrute & Pittsburgh Sythesizer Block


Published on Oct 13, 2015 Fuzzo Frizzbeebot

Update: one more:

MacBeth Elements Jam 003 | Sound 004


Published on Oct 13, 2015 verstaerker

Macbeth Elements Sound 004

Published on Oct 13, 2015

"Macbeth Elements Sound 004 - the power of the Ultrabender"

All parts here.

Waldorf Blofeld Synthesizer with Original Box


via this auction

VINTAGE MOOG TAURUS II BASS PEDALS SN 1833


via this auction

"This Taurus II was just serviced by Ed Miller in Los Angeles. He installed a brand new power supply and brand new "remote keyboard" cable, and this vintage classic is now in 100% perfect working order. Please note that the stand for the synth brain/module is not included, but could easily be replaced with a standard threaded mic stand piece."

Livewire Dual Cyclotron


via this auction

"Livewire has been fairly tight-lipped about their new module, the dual cyclotron. the rumor going around is that the design is based on a schematic hastily scribbled on a paper napkin that was reverse-engineered from a charred fragment of circuitry pinched from the site of a purported roswell ufo crash in 1947.

the net result of this extensive research is the development of the livewire dual cyclotron oscillation machine.

due to the enigmatic nature of the source technology, the machine's functions are a bit difficult to explain. in general, one could think of it as a pair of non-concentric, asymmetrical low frequency semi-periodic resonators (or cyclotrons) controlling a subordinate pseudorandom voltage generator.

the subsequent output voltage which is produced can be used to modulate vcos, vcfs, vcas, or any other devices that is voltage controllable. the dual cyclotron can be adjusted for extremely long cycles producing slowly changing soundscapes evolving over long periods of time, or ultrahigh cycle rates for totally sick sideband oscillation.

every dual cyclotron oscillation machine is assembled under sterile laboratory conditions and undergoes thorough radiation decontamination prior to shipping.

this module has a maximum current draw of 60ma. it requires 28 HP space in a eurorack frame"

Livewire Dual Bissell Generator


via this auction

On the circuit board:

"(c) Mike Brown 2006 - Livewire Electronics"

Hard to believe it's been ten years. Mike Brown passed away in 2012. He was one of the good guys, absolutely the best.

"based on an original design by the (in)famous harry bissell, jr., this module contains two quite unique lag (or slew) generators... while this module does normal glide/portamento type effects nicely, what makes it unique is the fact that you have separate control over the rise time, fall time and shape of the curve... very useful and fun to play with.

specifications:
inputs: 2x signal input

outputs: 2x signal output

controls: both slews offer controls for rise time, fall time and shape (continual adjustment from linear to exponential).

space usage: 10 HP

current consumption: 45ma

ships with doepfer-style power connector."

R.A. Moog 701 Drum Synthesizer Demos 5 & 6

R.A. Moog 701 Drum Synthesizer - Part 5 - Drum Sounds...!

Published on Oct 13, 2015 noddyspuncture

"OK, so here it is - the first one. Is this the kind of thing that Bob had in mind when he sat down and designed these modules? To do this I first needed to hook up some "noise" - which I did via the Minimoog. White & Pink are what I'm using here... but really, instead of 'White' I actually need 'Red' - or so it tells me on the front panel. 'Red' will have to wait as I need to now build some dedicated noise modules. But anyway, here is my very first attempt at getting percussive sounds out of it... and it does take a bit of getting used to setting it up to get these 'tight' type of sounds...!"

R.A. Moog 701 Drum Synthesizer - Part 6 - Drum Sounds...!

Published on Oct 13, 2015

"And here it is - the second one. Again I am using 'White' & 'Pink' noise via the Minimoog. Sure does give you a sore finger... next I shall have to try hooking it up the the 1130 drum controller or even triggering it via the Q960 analog sequencer...! What I've noticed about this, and I quite like, is that there seems to be a 'pedalled hi-hat' sound following each hit on certain envelope settings and also sometimes it 'multiple triggers' giving a slight ratcheting effect...;)"

All parts here

Midi Drum Sticks with Waldorf Blofeld


Published on May 26, 2014

Some high frequencies at 1:22 and 2:47 on in this one. Be careful with volume levels.

"Vic Firth drum sticks augmented with accelerometers. Movement of the sticks is translated to a midi stream via an Arduino Uno board. When an impact is detected a midi note is generated. Axial rotation of the drumstick does a pitch bend and the slope of the sticks controls aftertouch. All midi is processed by the Waldor Blofeld into weirdly sounding synth scapes :-)"

Waldorf Blofeld Tutorial: Pitch Modulation and Modifiers


Published on Oct 13, 2015 Mark Pigott

Novation // Getting Started with Circuit - In the Box


Published on Oct 13, 2015 NovationTV

"Unboxing video of Novation Circuit.
Find out what's included in the box.
http://www.novationmusic.com/circuit"

Novation Circuit goes shopping in Scolopendra Bologna -CALC-


Published on Oct 13, 2015 -CALC-

http://us.novationmusic.com/circuit/circuit

"In Bologna Italy, there is a store called Scolopendra. It is full of incredible synths and other instruments.
Circuit paid a quick visit on the last leg of it's Italian tour and fell in love with the place. It felt very comfortable sitting atop a Mellotron.... possibly the world's first ever groovebox???? (ooops have I opened a can of worms there?)

If you're interested the track is a -CALC- track called "Wheeee!" you can listen to the full thing here:

https://soundcloud.com/calcutt/wheeee"

Waveform City Podcast Episode 36 Synthrotek

LIDER-2 - Vintage soviet guitar synthesizer multi effects processor on MATRIXSYNTH CLASSIFIEDS


via this auction

"For sale is extremely rare soviet vintage analog guitar micro synthesizer "LIDER-2". It is a original guitar effects processor produced in 1980`s by Katchkanar radio equipment factory "Formanta", famous for its well-known synthesizers Polivoks, Manual, Maestro etc. Was designed to be applied by musicians who use external effects in the live performance or studio work. Can be easely used not only with guitars but with synths, organs, bass e.t.c. It is a floor-mounted unit with five rubber footswitches; it also has sliders and knobs for changing the parameters of effects. Can process sounds in different ways and mix signal inside the synthesizer. LIDER-2 has 5 main series sections: tonecorrector, flanger, chorus, solo, rhythm. - everyone with its own parameters and indicators. Commutation are standard 1\4TRS "Jacks": line input, output (line, phone, amplifier). On the outer surface of the bottom panel, an input sensitivity regulator is situated.

The unit is very original & beyond competition not only during 1980s but even now by its idea, quality and of course SOUND which is amazing! A very deep, warm analog set of effects which can be combined in any way producing a diverse palette of "out-of-this-planet" sounds!

No matter you are doing indie or core, no matter you are playing guitar or synthesizer... This "monster" will turn you mind upside down!

The mains power of the unit is 220 volts. For 110/127v countries I`ll include voltage converter.

Lider-2 is EXTREMELY RARE & is hard to find by all means even in former USSR countries.

It is fully tested & is in ideal 100% working condition."

POLTAVA - Vintage soviet analog wah fuzz tremolo guitar synth effects pedal on MATRIXSYNTH CLASSIFIEDS


via this auction, MATRIXSYNTH CLASSIFIEDS,

"Up for sale is a rare soviet analog Wah-wah\Fuzz\Tremolo effects pedal - "POLTAVA".This unit was made in 1977 in the USSR. Pedal produces warm vintage Wah, Fuzz and Tremolo effects that can`t be reproduced by modern digital effect units. Tremolo sounds really fat and fuzz is crazy. Very suitable as signal processor for guitars, synths, loops or for any type interesting sonic experiments. All effects can be used simultaneously or in any combination.

CONTROLS: Separate ON/OFF switches for fuzz and wah and tremolo. Knobs for volume and tone for the fuzz. Knob controls for rate and speed of tremolo. Power ON/OFF switch.

Input & output sockets are common 1/4TRS "Jacks". It can be powered by standard 9 volt power adapter or two bar batteries (not included).

The pedal is after full proffessional service and in 100% working condition.
Like most East-European analog gear this device produces different sound from well-known guitar pedal brands.The pedal looks great and sounds awesome!"

Inter alia natura cunctatio - Serge



"So I just stacked a bunch of studio fragments from the last month or two onto soundcloud, all source Creature+Quad, one that had interested me was this - almost gets into the space of a woodwind section, simple hard sync does wonders"

This one in via Soviet Space Child.

"Kind of amazing how this is just two simple M-Modules."

The Daily Loops Project September 2015 - Casio VL-1 and PT-20



"IMPORTANT NOTICE: If you use this loop in any creation you must remember that is published under a license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/

Thank you very much for listening to the loop of the day!

Casio VL-Tone & PT-20.

The Daily Loops Project is an idea generated by the musician Marcelo Acosta, also known as "Los Sabios Duendes" (trad: The Wise Elves) All the days composes, records and publishes a loop in this site.

Musicians from all over the world download these loops and create new works from them which are then published on @daily-loops-the-works. The main idea of this project is the creation of a network international creative exchange between composers.

If you want to be part of this project, follow these instructions:

1) Download a loop

2) Listen and fire your creative engine

3) Modify, add layers, experiment, play!

4) Create a new music

5) Share it! Send your work to: lossabiosduendes@gmail.com (REMEMBER: your work will be published under a license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/)

6) Join the network international creative exchange between composers.

You are invited to join the project at any time!

Greetings!

Marcelo Acosta (a.k.a. Los Sabios Duendes)

for more information about the author of this project:

lossabiosduendes.com/"

7 Minutes with an Ipad Synth - SoundScaper


Published on Oct 13, 2015 Synth Anatomy

"This week, it's time for SoundScaper App
- experimental Noise
- textures
- soundscapes"

iTunes: SoundScaper - An experimental sound mini lab - iMusicAlbum

Rhythm Wolf and tb3 jam


Published on Oct 13, 2015 rezzy blips

"I'm a sucker for a bargain so at £99 I had to and I'm very pleased"

The OTO Biscuit is Back for a Limited Run


My favorite desktop effects box is coming back for a limited run. I absolutely love the sound of synths through this box.

via OTO Machines

"We will build the last batch of 200 biscuits in december. Then the total number of Biscuit ever built will be a little less than 2000 units."

"This limited batch will be shipped from December 2015.

You can pre-order it now, so you don’t miss it.

BISCUIT add depth, texture and organic behavior to synths, basslines, drum machines and virtual sounds from computers.

By using 8-bit converters, digital processing and analog resonant filters, BISCUIT opens up a wide range of sounds from harsh distortion, digital and aliasing artifacts to warm and fat 8-bit sounds.

You can mute or invert each of the 8 bits of the digital signal by pressing one of the 8 rectangular switches, to generate strong distortions with an intense digital character.

Lower the sample frequency down to 250 Hz for aliasing effects and use the multimode analog filter to get a warm and fat sound.
You can also add one of the following effects to your 8-bit modifications: Waveshaper, Delay, Pitchshifter and Step Filter. Each effect contains one or several parameters to set.

Producers, deejays, musicians and sound lovers can use BISCUIT to extend their sound creation possibilties.
BISCUIT will find its place in studios, on stages or even in clubs."

You'll find specs and audio demos on site here.

Analogue Solutions Ships Nyborg-24


"Analogue Solutions ships space-saving real analogue monosynth module with ‘Moog-style’ filter

KINGSWINFORD, UK: British ‘boutique’ analogue synthesiser and accessory designer/manufacturer Analogue Solutions is proud to announce availability of Nyborg-24 — a ‘Moog-style’ 4 Pole 24dB/Octave LOW PASS FILTER- equipped standalone monophonic synthesiser module with REAL ANALOGUE VOICE & MODULATION CIRCUITS that essentially shares the same features (and the same form factor) as its white-faced Nyborg-12 ‘Oberheim SEM-style’ 2 Pole 12dB/Octave MULTIMODE FILTER-equipped sibling released to critical acclaim earlier this year — as of October 13...

The appropriately-named Nyborg-24 not only looks different to its appropriately-named Nyborg-12 synth sibling — thanks to their obviously opposing front panel colour schemes, but also sounds different — thanks to sharing the same ‘Moog-style’ 4 Pole 24dB/Octave LOW PASS FILTER found in the company’s critically-acclaimed Leipzig-S analogue monosynth/step sequencer (whereas the Nyborg-24 shares the same ‘Oberheim SEM-style’ 2 Pole 12dB/Octave MULTIMODE FILTER found in the company’s Telemark semi-modular analogue monosynth). Moreover, it is what these form factor- and feature-sharing synths have in common that makes them stand out from the analogue renaissance crowd, constantly swelling in numbers as it is. Indeed, as they both proudly state on their black (Nyborg-24) and white (Nyborg-12) rugged steel/aluminium casings for all to see (and hear): REAL ANALOGUE VOICE & MODULATION CIRCUITS

But what does REAL ANALOGUE VOICE & MODULATION CIRCUITS actually mean? Meaningfully, then, apart from its high-quality 16-bit DAC (Digital-to- Analog Convertor) for MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) to CV (Control Voltage) conversion (which, by its very nature, has to be digital), like Nyborg-12 before it, Nyborg-24 is absolutely analogue through and through, hand built (by humans) using real transistors and op-amps. Unlike other so-called analogue synths you’ll find no CPU-stabilised and quantised circuits, DCOs (Digitally-Controlled Oscillators), digital LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators), or digital EGs (Envelope Generators) hiding here, thank you very much! Instead its circuitry is based on tried-and-tested, distinctive- sounding designs dating back to the late-Seventies, so Nyborg-24 sounds suitably vintage in character — surely destined for much praise by Analogue Solutions’ loyal customers. Cast aside those bland-sounding digital synths and DSP-based soft synths and dial in Nyborg-24 whenever a full range of synth leads, basses, excellent-sounding electronic percussion, and all manner of subtractive synthesis-derived sounds are the musical (and not-so- musical) order of the day (or night)!

Speaking of dials, Nyborg-24 boasts an abundance of high-quality, smooth potentiometers, fully sealed against dust intrusion, together with high- quality knobs with spun aluminium caps — all as appealing to look at as they are to turn! Two super-stable VCOs (Voltage-Controlled Oscillators) — each providing a whole host of options and MODULATION sources — are available to start turning the most adventurous analogue musical dreams into reality. Thereafter, Nyborg-24 continues to follow the traditional, well-trodden analogue synthesiser signal path with its distinctive-sounding 4 Pole 24dB/Octave LOW PASS FILTER; AUDIO MIXER (VCO 1, VCO 2, NOISE/SUB); LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator) with triangle and square wave modulation signals and MODE switch to route CV2 (velocity control voltage) or S+H (Sample and Hold) signals to that 4 Pole 24dB/Octave LOW PASS FILTER or those VCOs; VCA (Voltage-Controlled Amplifier), controllable from EG2 or GATE with BYPASS option (allowing Nyborg-24 to be used as an external effects processor) and CYCLE setting (so the envelope is constantly re-triggered by the LFO, allowing for hands-off sound effects); and ENVELOPE 1 (VCF) and ENVELOPE 2 (VCA). As such, it should feel familiar to anyone with a modicum of subtractive synthesis skills... so much so, in fact, that reading of its accompanying user manual may only be necessary for finer operational detail: “Do not use a carwash or jet wash to clean this synth.” Surely as good advice as you’re going to get from anyone anywhere!

And speaking of communicating with the outside world, with an intentionally easy yet effective MIDI implementation — CUTOFF control of Nyborg-24’s all-important 4 Pole 24dB/Octave LOW PASS FILTER is available via MIDI velocity or a MIDI controller — and external CV (Control Voltage) sockets for PITCH1 (VCO), PITCH2 (VCO), CUTOFF (filter), GATE (to trigger the EGs), and EXT (for feeding an external CV to various circuits), DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) integration or working with an analogue step sequencer (such as Analogue Solutions’ own Oberkorn and recently-released Megacity) is a breeze. Better still, simultaneous MIDI and CV operation is possible, so users could, for example, use an Oberkorn to play a little melody then transpose that step sequence using a MIDI keyboard controller (or MIDI sequencer). Child’s play? Perhaps.

Note Nyborg-24 — like Nyborg-12 — can be user configured in various ways to save space to suit. Shipping as a vertically-orientated standalone monosynth module (much like its bigger brother, the Telemark), it is possible to rotate Nyborg-24’s front panel so that it can be used horizontally as a desktop device. Optional wooden side panels can be screwed to a single Nyborg-24 (from its inside so no ugly screws are visible) or to two Nyborg-24s that have been bolted together. It is also possible to rack-mount two Nyborg-24s that have been bolted together using the optional rack ears. (Of course, it is perfectly possible to bolt a Nyborg-24 to a Nyborg-12 and also rack-mount this perfect pairing for full filtering flexibility.) Either way, Nyborg-24’s modified software allows two Nyborg-24s to be poly-chained together to play as a single two-voice polysynth. Four-voice polyphony is also available upon request for those looking to really push the boat out and purchase four Nyborg-24s, though one Nyborg-24 is still a very versatile, super-sounding, space-saving standalone monosynth module in itself. One that will serve any adventurous analogue renaissance man, woman, or child well for many years to come.

Nyborg-24 is available to order online directly from Analogue Solutions (http://analoguesolutions.com/nyborg-24/) for £499.00 GBP (plus tax and delivery) or through an authorised dealer, as are its optional rack ears (£19.00 GBP, plus tax and delivery) and wooden side panels (£39.00 GBP, plus tax and delivery)."

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The Periodic Table of Musical Instruments by Miguel Oliveira


Miguel Oliveira who's synth videos have been featured here on MATRIXSYNTH, wrote in to let me know about a kickstarter campaign he has started to help benefit Mind:

"I have created this artwork and am donating all the profits to Mind - an amazing charity helping people with mental heath problems.

It's available as A2, A3 numbered, top quality prints and as a handmade, numbered limited edition screen print"

You'll find the Kickstarter here.

PS - This could make an awesome Xmas gift!

Bob Moog Foundation Announces 2016 Calendar


via The Bob Moog Foundation

"Rare Photos Highlight Van Koevering Archival Collection

Asheville, NC - October 13, 2015... Today the Bob Moog Foundation releases its 2016 calendar, Moog Is Now: The Moog Legacy Through the Lens of David Van Koevering. The calendar is based on historical photos and memorabilia tracing David Van Koevering's 45-year professional relationship with electronic music pioneer Bob Moog. The images and materials used in the calendar belong to the David Van Koevering Collection, part of the Bob Moog Foundation Archives.

Van Koevering is often cited as playing a pivotal role as the first to pioneer the sales of the iconic Minimoog synthesizer in the early 1970s, a time when the instrument was little known and poorly understood. His unusual and compelling sales techniques helped to popularize the instrument, which would eventually be regarded as the most iconic synthesizer in the world. Van Koevering would go on to become Vice President of Marketing for Moog Music in Williamsville, New York. He continued to collaborate with Bob Moog throughout the years, culminating in their work together on the Van Koevering Piano. David Van Koevering and Bob Moog remained friends until Moog passed away in August, 2005.

'It is an honor to see the professional history I shared with Bob highlighted by the Bob Moog Foundation," notes Van Koevering. "Bob was an inspiration to me, as he was to legions of people around the world, and his instruments inspired waves of creativity that are still rippling through the world of music today. It was a privilege to work so closely with a true pioneer in the world of electronic music, and to help popularize his revolutionary instruments.'

The calendar can be purchased through the Foundation's online store. In addition to rare historical images, it features a narrative history compiled from interviews with Van Koevering, as well as noted dates in Moog history. The photos and vintage promotional materials featured in the calendar are sure to fascinate electronic music enthusiasts as well as historians.

'It was exceptional for Bob to have a collaborative, professional, and personal relationship that lasted for over four decades," observes Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director of the Bob Moog Foundation. "We are thrilled to be sharing David's story through the fascinating archival material that he donated to our ever-growing archives.'

Proceeds from the sales of the calendar will benefit the Bob Moog Foundation Archives and other historic preservation projects of the Bob Moog Foundation."

"Prophet-6, Factory Sequences, Part 3"


Published on Oct 13, 2015 Bob I. Gomez

All parts here

http://www.davesmithinstruments.com/product/prophet-6/

Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2 Synthesizer SN 00215


via this auction

"It's a fat monophonic synth, a swirly paraphonic keyboard, a powerful 4-cv sequencer for external modular synthesizers and a nifty audio processor. It has more waveforms than the Prophet 12 and a second filter reminiscent of the Oberheim SEM..."

Roland SH-3A Monophonoic Analog Synthesiser


via this auction

"In good used condition. Used very little in the last 20 years, and not likely to be used at all in the next 20, so I'd rather have the space and know it's being used.

It's a quirky machine, great for sound effects with two routeable LFOs and a sample and hold generator. It may be a 70's monosynth but don't expect any fat Moog noises - it's single oscillator with mixable pitches and waveforms in a very basic additive synthesis / drawbar type arrangement, and one ADSR envelope switchable to the VCF and VCA (although both have switchable preset alternative envelopes). It does make some cool noises though, and has one or two useful eccentricities that aren't on other synths, like the "glide" button that produces a pre-set bend up to the played note.

All of the knobs and switches are present and working. The case and catches are fine apart from a little rust on the catches. The wire music stand that would have fitted in the case lid is missing.

Known faults: some of the pots are crackly but have improved with use during testing. The ADSR amount control to the filter is particulary scratchy though and may need attention. All the keys trigger OK except the top E - it works, but not as reliably as all the others. The mains switch works fine but the indicator LED doesn't. So, nothing major and useable as it is, but it would benefit from a service."

Electribe2 - First attempt


Published on Oct 13, 2015 millolab

"a new toy in my house. This is my first attempt at macing some music on the Electribe2. This piece of gear is great. believe me."

Abstract Data Octocontroller Patch Demo #4 - Pseudo Random Looping


Published on Oct 13, 2015 sonicstate

"Abstract Data Octocontroller Patch Demo 4

6 channels of Pseudo random looping, lots and lots of fun!"

All parts here.

Moog Mother 32 + Werkstatt 01 + Beatstep Pro + Metropolis + Vermona DRM-1


Published on Oct 4, 2015 Hit Space

"MusicExpo 2015 kiállítás: generatív szekvencia."

SKARN 2015 by Alessandro Cortini | New Metasonix D-2000 Drum Machine


Published on Oct 13, 2015 Alessandro Cortini

Metasonix D-2000 Vacube Tube Drum Machine & S-2000 Synthesizer.

MOOG Minitaur Demo


Published on Oct 12, 2015 Pieter Smuts Music

"I'm sending midi notes from bitwig and the kick, hats and snare from bitwig"

http://www.moogmusic.com/products/taurus/minitaur

DAF on ACID


Published on Oct 13, 2015 Calle Nilsson

"DAF bass lines made on the TT303 with Pro Co Rat distortion pedal. Drums from the TR8."

Loquelic Iteritas -First Drone Test


Published on Oct 13, 2015 PaulLawlerMusic

"Testing the new Noise Engineering Loquelic Iteritas.
I have one LFO modulating the Damp function. The reverb is from Clouds and Space Designer."

Waldorf Microwave XT Shadow


via this auction

"Ultra rare collectors item finished in Gunmetal Grey and Black! One of only 666 made (this one is no 269). It sounds fantastic. This one has the nice tapered knobs and the upgradeable V3 motherboard. Built in Fx and Sequence arpeggiator and is 8 part Multi-Timbral.
Fantastic condition, all fully tested and working and comes from a private non-smoking studio. Comes with original PSU.
All knobs also output controller data so this can also function as an excellent midi controller/editor."

synton fenix iii


via this auction

Buchla 200e System with Verbos 258v


via this auction

"Modules included: 210e, 225e, 227e, 250e, 257e, 259e, 261e, 267e, 281e, 291e, 258v

The Buchla synthesizer is in excellent condition and comes with the case, lights, cables, PS, and 200e USB card."

44 module Synthesizers.com system


via this auction

Kilpatrick Audio PHENOL Monophonic Modular Synthesizer


via this auction

"Kilpatrick Audio PHENOL Monophonic Modular Synthesizer Module in Mint Condition.

A versatile modular synth hard to find at the moment, this one is in as new condition. Supplied with original box, welcome pack, original banana cables plus an extra 10 banana cables and a couple of banana to 1/8" cables which I made to allow interfacing with eurorack modules."

Korg DELTA DL 50 Vintage Analog Poly Synthesizer String Synth


via this auction

oberheim xpander


via this auction

Oberheim OB-Xa Analog Synthesizer


via this auction

"Great working and looking OB-Xa with 120 programs. Recently fully serviced at Cae Sound in California. Keyboard powers on and auto tune functions properly, all programs work, and keys work properly. Includes manual and flight case..."

FORAT F-9000 DRUM MACHINE - LINN SEQUENCER


via this auction

"This is an auction for a custom Forat / Linn F-9000 drum machine / sequencer version 7.09. It comes as shown in the pics, including power cable and 1 disk which may or may not contain samples etc. i dont know whats on it. All keys are operational and were checked via MIDI. . There is a low noise coming from the audio out but its not too bad when its being played."

Dreamy Ambient Music w/ 5U Modular Synth & OP- 1 #TTNM


Published on Oct 13, 2015 The Tuesday Night Machines

"Another jam with the MU Modular and OP-1. This time without beats, but lots of dreamy clouds :D

Questions or comments? Go ahead and post them below! :) Thanks for watching! Check out my channel for more Synthesizer Music.

Audio gear used:
- MU 5U Modular Synth (with Curetronic VCO, Rob Hordijk 24dB Filter, Happy Nerding FM Aid, etc.)
- Teenage Engineering OP-1
- Korg SQ1 Sequencer
- Tascam DR-40 Recorder"

Sputnik Modular Dual Oscillator MOAR Eurorack


Published on Oct 13, 2015 darksideothetune

"Through Malekko Borg II in LPG mode. Intellijel Dual ADSR 1 in Borg EXT, 2 in oscillator Timbre CV."

5 Step Muting with Maths


Published on Oct 13, 2015 Voltage Control Lab

"With a bit of finagling, it is possible to mute steps on the 5-Step using another module, in this case the legendary Make Noise Maths."

http://www.voltagecontrollab.com

eurorack noodling


Published on Oct 13, 2015 Mars Face

"eurorack recorded with YouCam using Microsoft lifecam and alesis io4"

Broken Loops On The Ensoniq Mirage


Published on Oct 13, 2015 TheDaydreamSound

"The sequencer on the Mirage is a simple recorder that will loop whatever you play. It can even overdub. Perfect for creating broken loops! Also the analog resonant filter on the Mirage is very nice! Enjoy!"

http://www.thedaydreamsound.com/

Predator Preset Morphing


Published on Oct 13, 2015 Rob Papen

Synth Magic logan Vocalist for Kontakt 5.2.1 and higher


Published on Oct 13, 2015 SPFXsynthesisers

"New demo for the new and improved Logan Vocalist."

"LOGAN ELECTRONICS VOCALIST

This Kontakt instrument is based on the extremely rare 1970s Logan Vocalist Synthesiser. It has taken many years to source this very reclusive synthesise. Being so rare, there is not even much information on the web about it, so we really were very lucky to find one.

This instrument has an intuitive user interface based on a real Logan Vocalist front panel. Once loaded into your Kontakt sampler you have the full sounds of the Logan to use in your productions.

Fully programmable from the front panel, just like a real Logan Vocalist, this is really simple to use.

Create beautiful analogue choir sounds from the 1970s, vocal effects plus lots of ethereal choir pads and sounds.
We also have added lots of extra features, such as filters, LFO’s, filter envelopes and a full effects section. The reverbs supplied are not stock Kontakt reverbs and come from high- end classic effects units which really add something special to the sound of the Logan. There is even a handy chord generator which allows for big chords to be played by pressing one key."

OSICA - Techno Jam Modular + Elektron


Published on Oct 13, 2015 OSICA Harold

EMU MP7 solo piano


Published on Oct 12, 2015 MIDERA

"A somber piece. Have had little motivation to write anything recently.
So here is what little motivation produces :/

Shot with Canon 60D and 20-35mm f2.8 and 18-135mm f3.5-5.6 (timelapses)"
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