MATRIXSYNTH: Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Nov 17th 200r DIY Buchla Improv


Published on Nov 17, 2015 djangosfire

"Experimenting with a 259r output fed through a 277r back into itself in this delayed feedback FM style patch.

Many aspects of the timbre control via 218r touch interface.

All sounds from my DIY Buchla 200r system.

Thank you for checking out my experiments!

Cheers,
- Djangosfire"

Sub 37 + Pro 2 -- Osc Sync Jam


Published on Nov 17, 2015 experimentalsynth

"A DSI Pro 2 plays a sequence and sends two independent clock-synced CV step sequences to the Sub 37. One modulated the 37's filter cutoff and the other (via CV Mapping) controls its Osc 2 frequency. The Sub 37 is processed by an Eventide H9, using the Vintage Delay algorithm. Learn more at www.experimentalsynth.com"

Verbos Electronics Four Pole FM


Published on Nov 17, 2015 peff .com

SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS PROPHET 2002 SN 1250


via this auction

"This one is in good vintage condition, works perfectly, and sounds fantastic. It even includes the original operation manual. The Prophet 2002 is a rackmount MIDI module version of the Prophet 2000 keyboard. It features 8-voice polyphony, a 12-bit sampler, 8 analog VCF's, 8 analog ADSR's, up to 30 seconds of memory, and 3.5" disk storage. The Prophet 2002 is a rare piece of gear, and extremely hard to find in working condition..."

VISUAL "The music got Me"---bass & drums performed by REENO@ Spazzoid Studio, NYC


Published on Nov 17, 2015 James Reeno

Moog The Source & Roland TR-8.

Analog Craftsman acQA/R modulating ac2600 VCF & acVOKS VCF as kick drum


Published on Nov 17, 2015 analog craftsman

"LFO output from GRISTLEIZER amplified by acVOKS mixer, feeding clock in of acRLS and gate input of acQA/R. EG controlling cutoff frequency of ac2600 VCF with positive and negative cv. No VCA. Audio source is Modcan 01B VCO saw."

Toronto Sound Festival Set for This Weekend



When: November 21st and 22nd
Where: Tranzac Club, Toronto

What:
Synthesizers, modulars, drum machines, and performances!
Saturday day: Walk-around convention, clinics, vendors, and synth meet-up (bring your gear!)
Saturday night: Performances
Sunday day: Synth swap meet (trade your gear!), clinics, meet-up, vendors, and demos

Pricing:
Advance tickets - $20.00 – includes both days
After October 30th and at the door - $25.00 – includes both days
Sunday only: $5 at the door
Saturday night live hardware performances: FREE!

Advance ticket payment can be made via PayPal (torontosoundfestival@gmail.com). Please include your full name and Muff's name if you have one. You can also follow the development here: http://bit.ly/1FtfMET

What to know if you’re bringing your synth and/or modular:

SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS PROPHET 2000 SN 00110


via this auction

"For sale is a vintage Sequential Circuits Prophet 2000 Digital Sampling Keyboard. This one is in good vintage condition, works perfectly, and sounds fantastic. It even includes the original operation manual. The Prophet 2000 features 8-voice polyphony, a 12-bit sampler, 8 analog VCF's, 8 analog ADSR's, up to 30 seconds of memory, and 3.5" disk storage. It's a 61-key velocity keyboard with MIDI. The Prophet 2000 is a rare piece of gear, and extremely hard to find in working condition."

Roland Jupiter 6


via this auction

Roland JD-800 SN AD02636


via this auction


Vintage Casio VL-1 VL-Tone with Original Fun Sounds with ADSR 5 Song Book


via this auction

208+289


Published on Nov 17, 2015 Alex Pleninger

"Nothing serious..."

Custom Buchla Easel Clone & Cabinet


via ECALPEMOS|NL

"I have been working on finishing my Buchla Easel analogue modular synth the last couple of months. That included designing a custom cabinet to house the modules. My 'Easelesque' instrument contains 3 modules: the Buchla 208 Music Easel, the Buchla 216 Touch Controlled Voltage Source and the Buchla 277 Signal Delay Unit. All these modules are clones of the original Buchla 200 series of the 70’s. I still have to debug the 216 module as it doesn’t work correctly yet. The 277 might be replaced by some kind of joystick module in the future but I’m not sure about that. I first need to spend more time with the instrument. I do love the 208 though. It’s a complete instrument in itself and the 216 keyboard will only broaden the possibilities..."

Flame Talking Synth and FX16 demo


Published on Nov 17, 2015 MrRostislove

WMD / SSF DPLR Delay (Doppler)


Published on Nov 17, 2015 William Mathewson

"A quick technical demo of the features and controls on the DPLR Delay module by WMD and SSF."

New Details on the Knifonium 25 Tube Monophonic Synthesizer


See the Knifonium channel for previous posts including video.

"Knifonium is a 25 tube monophonic synthesizer with a 4th order ladder filter and a ring modulator.
Basic Specs:
Oscillator 1 (5 tubes)
-Sawtooth, Triangle, Pulse, Sine
-Sync
-FM
-Octaves 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2 -Coarse tune in semitone steps-Fine tune in +/- 100 cents.

Oscillator 2 (3 tubes)
-Sawtooth, Triangle, Sine
-is master for sync and modulator for FM
-Octaves 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2 -Coarse tune in semitone steps-Fine tune in +/- 100 cents.

Noise (2 tubes):
-Noise generator is a special tube that is subjected to strong magnetic field. -White, Pink and Red.

Ring modulator (3 tubes)
-Input is sine waves from both oscillators or anything from external inputs, feedback et cetera, drive volume can be adjusted
-Very wide nonlinear range available.

Mixer (2 tubes)
-A tube op amp, virtual earth mixer with one external input.
-3 of the input levels can be modulated.

Filter (7 tubes)
-4th order ladder filter.
-Can go from clean to messy to violent depending on levels and resonance.

VCA (2 tubes)
-Transformer coupled variable mu pentode design.
-More than 40dB of linear range. Capable of total shut down. A switch to increase internal level by 10 dB for nice distortion.

Peterborough Modular Meet Sponsored by Thonk


via Thonk

"Modular Meet and Gig in Peterborough – Saturday 28th November. I’m going, come!"

Saturday, November 28at 11:00am - 8:00pm in UTC
Castor Village Hall
1 Peterborough Road
Castor, Cambridgeshire

Modular Synth Meet during the day 11am to 5pm. With some short performances to break up the day. Followed by sets from Eat Static, Scanner, London Modular Alliance & VCOADSR from 6pm to 8pm.

Free food and soft drinks on the day. So be sure to let us know you're coming and if you're bringing people so we have enough.

Very kindly sponsored by Thonk.co.uk

Remco Electronic Sound FX Machine 630 with Original Box & Paperwork


via this auction

See the Remco channel below for previous posts including video demos.

Oberheim Xpander


via this auction

Sequential Circuits Six-Trak SN 001619


via this auction

"This unit has just had a full service - All switches, pots and keyboard contacts cleaned and checked, one Curtis voice chip replaced, latest OS 12 installed and voices recalibrated and memory battery checked (no leaks, 3.2v). It is loaded with a mix of factory and custom sounds. Cosmetically very good, there are a few minor marks from use and one side panel has had a small repair, but nothing serious..."

Waldorf Microwave XT SN 820725917


via this auction

E-MU Emax "Hearts Of Iron"



"(c) vintage synthesizer track by RetroSound
all sounds: E-MU Emax (1986)
drums: LinnDrum (1982)
recording: multi track without MIDI

Against hate and stupidity. We need no war!!!"

Added to this post.

Native Instruments introduces FLESH


Published on Nov 17, 2015 Native Instruments

And two demo tracks from Richard Devine. Press release and images follow below.



"Extended demo of the new "Flesh" Reaktor 6 instrument. "Changing Colors" :-) Very cool innovative performance synth that turns anything you feed it into a electronic symphony

Notes - Only two instances of the Flesh ensemble used. For this demo I used a few kicks, snares, high hats, cymbal crashes, ethnic percussion, and white noise samples at some of the loop parts and at the transitions segments. These where all single shot sounds not loops, that I programmed in time with Flesh. This only accounts for a small amount compared to what Flesh was actually doing, which was about 85% of the demo. I took one snare crash from one of the kits in Flesh and reverse it for one transition. The rest of the sounds are 100% Flesh. There was only one touch of reverb on a Aux send and return with 2CAudio 2C-B2 plug-in."



"Extended demo of the new "Flesh" Reaktor 6 instrument. "Scatterbrain Jungle" :-) Very cool innovative performance synth that turns anything you feed it into a electronic symphony

Only two instances of the Flesh ensemble. All sounds are 100% Flesh sounds. The only thing added was a touch of reverb from the 2CAudio 2C-B2"

"November 17, 2015, Berlin – Native Instruments today released FLESH – a new REAKTOR Instrument developed by electronic musician, producer, and inventor Tim Exile. FLESH uses a set of advanced algorithms to turn rhythmic source material into all the elements of a complete production, including basslines, melodies, chords, harmonies, and more. The instrument is aimed at creative producers looking to enhance their live sets or find fresh inspiration for their original productions through a fun, improvisational approach. FLESH is available now at the NI Online Shop for $99 / 99 € / ¥ 11,800 / £89 / $AU149 and runs in REAKTOR 6 or the free REAKTOR 6 PLAYER.

"The concept for FLESH came to me when touring with my custom looping, beatmaking, and improvising instrument that I built in REAKTOR," says Tim Exile. "I was missing a way to make harmonic and melodic material in a live, improvised scenario. I wanted something that would empower me to create expressive and dynamic sounds which fit in perfectly with whatever was going on at the time."

FLESH was designed to be a fun and easy-to-use performance instrument. Its advanced algorithms analyze the transients and spectral profile of sampled source material in the background. This information is then sent to four audio engines as curves and triggers for re-synthesizing the source material. The result is dynamic riffs, grooves, and chords that retain the feel of the original sample. This advanced processing is made possible by the REAKTOR 6 engine.

FLESH comprises four audio engines, plus effects and modulation sections. Each engine has a specific function, from changing the sonic character of the sample itself to transforming it into a monophonic sequence or lead, chords, or sub-bass frequencies. Additionally, the sound generated can be further modified by the effects section and modulation page. The effects section re-creates a highly-modified dub delay while the modulation page allows producers to add subtle to radical motion to their sound.

FLESH features a streamlined control set allowing for radical changes to the rhythmic and tonal output of the instrument. Producers can play rich harmonic progressions, trigger and switch source samples and sound snapshots, then tweak parameters across all engines at once in real time. A clever system of global macro controls allows for consistent and tactile live tweaking on just four main controls – Spectrum, Character, Length, Mod.

FLESH is the first REAKTOR Instrument designed from the ground up to get the most out of the KOMPLETE KONTROL S-Series keyboards. FLESH uses the Light Guide to provide tight visual feedback, highlighting sounds and samples, and sequenced harmonies. Native Map® automaps parameters to the eight control knobs on the KOMPLETE KONTROL keyboards. Users can also save presets – including samples – and recall them in real time.

Tim Exile has seen his career move from performing in small clubs, to big stages around the world and releasing albums on the Planet Mu and Warp imprints. For the last years, Tim has worked closely with Native Instruments to design his own set of 'audio instruments' including THE MOUTH and THE FINGER.

FLESH is available now at the NI Online Shop for $99 / 99 € / ¥ 11,800 / £89 / $AU149

Additional information on FLESH is available at:
www.native-instruments.com/flesh"

Colliding Feelings [Live Modular Patch]


Colliding Feelings [Live Modular Patch] from Icaro Ferre on Vimeo.

"After travelling more than 14h to play a gig this past weekend, I returned to my home-studio and decided to work on a patch that could represent how I feel being both a performing artist and an introvert and how this often lead to an interesting mix of different (and often opposing) feelings.

The bassline was created using the Mutable Instruments Braids (_|_|_|_|_ mode) going through the Doepfer A-124 Wasp Filter.
The other two synth layers were created using the Synthesis Technology e350 and the Mutable Instruments Tides, both going into the Make Noise Optomix. I'm also using the Expert Sleepers Disting as a clocked delay for the second synth layer.
I'm also using the EMW Digi-Drum to crete the bass drums and the Tiptop Audio Z3000 mk2 to create an old-school lead sound.
Only FX used was the ValhallaDSP VintageVerb."

Computo Live @ Futra


Published on Nov 17, 2015 Voltage Control Lab

"Computo performs live at LA's Lot 613 for art/music/fashion event Futra:Pangea on November 7th, 2015.

Voltage Control Lab is the first school dedicated to Modular Synthesis, offering online courses and private instruction in Hardware and Software Synthesis and Sound Design. We are currently enrolling Modular 101: Intro to Eurorack for newer modular adventurers, as well as more advanced courses like Sound Design 101 and The Many Faces of Maths for more experienced sound spelunkers. Join us!

https://www.voltagecontrollab.com/
http://www.twitter.com/VControlLab"

J66


Published on Nov 17, 2015 Pizza Synth

Tubbutec Roland Juno-66

Moog Opus 3 vs Korg Delta Comparison | Analog Synthesizer Challenge


Published on Nov 17, 2015 Ralph Baumgartl VLog

"Ralph Baumgartl and Bernd-Michael Land are discussing the Moog Opus 3, which was the keyboard of choice selected by our community during the recent Synthesizer Challenge https://youtu.be/EE8LDU4FTKA"

duality micro cv synccable master test


Published on Nov 17, 2015 evadum

"Nanoloop (Gameboy DMG01) Sync Monotribe/ Volca Kabel (Master Mode)
Mit dem Kabel verbindet man den Sync In Eingang des Korg Monotribe/ Volca mit dem Gamelinkport des Gameboy Classics um den Korg Monotribe/Volca mit

nanoloop 1 zu syncen

With the cable you can connect the Sync IN intput of the Korg Monotribe/ Volca with the Gamelink Port of the Gameboy Classic in order to synchronize the

KORG Monotribe/ Volca with Nanoloop 1

Kompatibel mit nanoloop 1.7.2+

Compatible with Nanoloop 1.7.2+

You can buy the cables here:

https://evadeanddualitymicro.bandcamp...

PPG Phonem Demos by Wolfgang Palm


Published on Nov 17, 2015 WPalmWT

Playlist:
Let's create a new utterance
Phonemes and Libraries
Playing with wave resources
Exploring the matrix
Syncing PPG Phonem with your DAW

Start from Zero part1


Published on Nov 17, 2015 RELOAD

"share a little basic patch
modular only, no external effects
to be continued..."

Mutable Instruments - Warps


Published on Nov 17, 2015 synthemodulaire

"Demo of Warps, eurorack module by Mutable Instruments."

Circuit Bent excel-o-tone by stamou instruments


Published on Nov 17, 2015 tasosstamou

"This is a SERIOUS mod that transforms this Casio VL-tone cheap replica into a killing programmable sequencer with various arpeggio abilities! Perfect for making prog-rock like patterns or anything rhythmic.
More info at www.stamouinstruments.blogspot.com"

Circuit Bent Casio PT-10 by stamou instruments

Published on Nov 17, 2015

"Simple but effective mods, transforming this Casio PT-10 into a great solo keyboard, with accurate volume control, wide range pitch adjustment and a very crunchy or very bass filter."

The Triko part V


Published on Nov 17, 2015 Pulsophonic

"Short demo of Baloran The Triko with Roland Jupiter 4 and Vermona Perfourmer Mk2. Vermona Perfourmer mk2 plays built in arpeggiator. No other effect or treatment."
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