MATRIXSYNTH: Monday, January 18, 2016

Monday, January 18, 2016


Published on Jan 18, 2016 PLUCKA,S SHED


Skittles, eclectus parrot, gets the post.

Yamaha Reface Synths on Amazon| Reface on eBay

UNBOXING the KORG minilogue!

Published on Jan 18, 2016 mootbooxle

"Here it is folks, brand spanking new...
Just a little bit of noodling to demonstrate how nice this thing sounds and how playable it is! I can't wait to get one of my own!
Special thanks to my friend Jim Takacs from Brent's Music Headquarters in Fort Myers, FL for doing this with me!"

Korg minilogues on Amazon| minilogues on eBay

Mark Verbos Live Performance and Q&A at Perfect Circuit Audio

Mark Verbos Live Performance @ Perfect Circuit Audio (1/18/16)

Update: Re-Published on Jan 20, 2016 perfectcircuitaudio

"Mark Verbos performing live and answering questions about his modular synth line/setup. Live from Perfect Circuit Audio in Burbank, CA."

Verbos Electronics Presentation w/ Mark Verbos @ Perfect Circuit Audio

Published on Jan 20, 2016 perfectcircuitaudio

Doom to Jazz and back. Elektron A4, Korg E2, DSI Tetra, Animoog, iM1, Patterning, Genome

Published on Jan 18, 2016 exnihilo415

"Feels like a drone laden DOOM level in the beginning and then it transitions into a upbeat jazzy section and then before you know it you're knee deep in the dead again fumbling for the red keycard.

Genome MIDI is doing most of the sequencing aside from the internal stuff on the A4 and the internal stuff on the Electribe

Channel 2: Moog Animoog, sparkly lead duty.

Channel 4: is Korg iM1 doing the stabby chord progressions

Channel 5: Drone. DSI Tetra thru Boss RE-20 delay for max malaise

Patterning: The echo Clav, soft martial hats, and some kick

Korg Electribe: is doing deep kick, loud hat and snare

Elektron A4: Walking bass / jazzy mono lead for the upbeat part."

New Synthrotek Skiff Boat Eurorack Case

Published on Jan 18, 2016 synthrotek

MST Unity Gain Mixer

Published on Jan 18, 2016 synthrotek

Seattle Synth Meet Pics by Larry Kleinke, aka Computer Controlled

In case you missed the update earlier today, a second set of pics of the recent Seattle Synth Meet, have been added to this post.

Tom Oberheim Introduces New Marion Systems MINI SEQUENCER Euorarck Module

On the heels of the recently announced Marion Systems SEM*PLUS eurorack module, Tom Oberheim shows us a look at the new MINI*SEQUENCER.  16 steps, MIDI as well as CV, onboard storage, Portamento, Rachetting, and more.

See this post for additional details and NAMM floor demos.

AtomoSynth + Dante Gonzales "its no good" cover

Published on Jan 18, 2016 atomolab

"just a cover of depeche mode 'Its no good' played with analog synthesizers"

ambient live jam - feat. squishable, jupiter4, monopoly, 2x sq 1

Published on Jan 18, 2016 traumaduo/spacebox720

"live recorded jam
sorry for the audio clipping on some parts of the performance"

Waldorf Introduces Three New Eurorack Modules

First up we have the mod1 Modulator Module

"Three different modulation sources in one module make the mod1 the control center of your modular patch.
From simple envelopes and LFOs to complex looped multi-stage curves, the mod1 delivers rich and endless modulation options – all based on pure analogue circuitry for everything from super- smooth curves to razor-sharp edges that never sound “digital”.

From gently undulating LFOs to ultra-precise hard cuts, you get it all based on innovative analogue circuits for a truly musical touch."

mod1 sideThree highly flexible modulation sources in one module. All based on innovative analogue circuits for snappy attacks and super smooth curves.

1. AD3SR

ADSR envelope with up to three decay stages
Each decay stage with time and target level control
Configurable for 1, 2, or 3 decay stages
Loop mode for looping from attack over all enabled decays stages
Gate and trigger inputs
Positive and Inverted output

2. Symmetry Generator

Two segment modulator with controllable symmetry
CV-inputs for speed and symmetry
Symmetry modulation keeps base frequency
LFO mode with bipolar output
Gate and Trigger envelope modes with unipolar output
Linear or rectangular wave forms

3. Rise & Fall

Two stage envelope “rise & fall”
Flexible curve control for rise stage – from smooth classical RC shape to cutting linear segments
Optional loop mode
Gate input
Signal output"

Next we have the dcva1 Dual VCA Module

"Built around two VCAs with a wide range of options including the most important one: the ability to musically colour the signal. Starting in dry mode, you get high-precision analogue amplification.

But then when you turn the Colour knob, you add a warmer and more colourful timbre to the signal based on a finely-crafted state variable filtering circuit. But there’s more: Simultaneous linear and exponential control as well as specialised AC and DC coupled inputs are provided.

A positive gain control makes the dvca1 a true “amplifier,” and flexible link modes let you create modulated panning.

dvca1 sideTwo true analogue high-end VCAs
Optional colour control based on state variable filter technology
CV-input for colour modulation
Simultaneous linear and exponential control and CV inputs
Additional gain control for adding up to +12dB
Separate AC and DC coupled inputs for audio rsp. control signals
Separate summing output combining both signals
Link mode for parallel modulation of two signals
Anti-parallel link option for panning effects"

Finally we have the cmp1 Compressor Module

"A true high-end analogue compressor not only adds punch to your signal, but it also can be modulated in intriguing and unconventional ways!

Side-chaining with a adjustable balance control will open a huge set of modular possibilities.

The cmp1 has all the features you expect from a modern compressor including attack and release control, automatic and manual modes, hard and soft knee as well as output gain and bleed amount of the original signal.

cmp1 sideTru analogue high-end compressor
Flexible side-chaining
Control path based on controllable balance of side and main signal
RMS and Peak modes
Threshold and compression controllable from panel with additional CV-inputs
Attack & Release in manual or automatic mode
Hard and soft-knee compression
Bleeding control for mixing original signal to compressed output
Overall gain control
Input level control
Separate output of detector signal for use as envelope follower
Additional level control input for optional use as exponential VCA"

Thanks goes to Soviet Space Child for the tip!

Update: video & new keyboard euro case posted here.

Malekko Heavy Industry Coming to NAMM

via Malekko

"Visit us at #NAMM2016 Hall B Booth #5416 #sassy"

Audulus 2 Minute Tip - 3: How to Make a Vibrato Effect

Published on Jan 18, 2016 Bimini Road

iTunes: Audulus 3 - Audulus LLC

"Vibrato is sometimes confused with tremolo thanks to Fender amps, which incorrectly label their tremolo circuits as vibrato. Vibrato and tremolo are easy to parse however: tremolo is volume (amplitude) modulation, while vibrato is pitch (frequency) modulation. When you wiggle your finger back and forth on a string on a violin, *that's* vibrato - what you are doing is shortening and lengthening the amount of vibrating string between your finger and the tailpiece (or saddle on a guitar).

Making a pitch-shifting vibrato effect that induces frequency changes in audio is a little more complex, so this just focuses on how to add vibrato to an oscillator, which is very easy.

Wondering how to begin designing effects in Audulus? You can't get more simple than a Tremolo.

A Tremolo effect (known to Fender enthusiasts as "Vibrato" but we'll get to that one later) is a modulated amplitude (i.e. volume) level. Electrically, this is usually done by driving a lamp or LED with an LFO circuit, while the audio path runs through a light-dependent resistor (LDR). The Light + LDR makes an Optocoupler. This isolates the LFO from the circuit and keeps your audio path super clean.

In Audulus, however, none of that is necessary. All you need to make a Tremolo is an LFO and a Level node. Apply the LFO's output to the Level node, run your audio in and out, and bam, you have a Tremolo!

This tutorial also shows you some beginning steps you can take to modify the LFO: adding to the signal increases the "floor," or how low the volume gets. Multiplying the signal (really, dividing, since we're multiplying by a number between 0-1), will expand or shrink its overall range.

The 2 Minute Tip series breaks apart topics on Audulus into bite-sized chunks. I don't talk during the tutorials (though there are a few notes that pop up), and this is so that international viewers who don't understand English well don't feel left out. Familiarize yourself with the node menu and my navigation won't be so mystifying. In the future, we'll develop a finger press indicator so you can see where I'm tapping."

More 2 Minute Tip tutorials here.

Artisan Electronics Ottava Beat 1 Demo

Published on Jan 18, 2016 Synth Man
Re-Published on Jan 27, 2016 in higher resolution.

"Quick first demo of the
Ottava Analog Desktop Performance Synthesizer
by Artisan Electronic Instruments.
All sounds from Ottava.
More to come...."

A Touch Of Chaos (Korg DSM-1) (1987) - Don Muro

Published on Jan 18, 2016 jd wall

"Korg issued a series of DSM-1demo disks in different styles. This sequence uses some of the orchestral sounds. (The four-part multitimbral capability was a challenge.) The 2.8' demo disks were compatible with the the Korg SQD-1 sequencer."

Build a 'Psych-Tone' Musical SYNTHESIZER Book from the Early 1970's!

via this auction

"I'm pleased to offer here on Ebay a complete early 1970's magazine, featuring a cover story on how to Build a 'Psych-Tone' Musical SYNTHESIZER...or call it a 'Music Composer Synthesizer. Includes long description, a number of pages, and the Parts List, Circuit and schematic. This is the first time I have ever encountered this particular magazine and article, and it looks straight forward and not hard to build. Someone is going to love this one! You get the entire magazine and it is in excellent shape."

See the SWTPC channel label below for more.  These were from Popular Electronics.

Moog Minimoog D Synthesizer

via this auction

Minimal Arturia AIRA (Microbrute and TR8)

Published on Jan 18, 2016 Calle Nilsson

"Only the Arturia Microbrute and the Roland AIRA TR8 were used."

A little try while debugging the Easel.

Published on Jan 18, 2016 Hathor Menat

"Music Easel 1:1 clone of 1972 original version"

I believe this is the Roman Filippov of Sputnik Modular clone of the Easel.

Mogees & Kitchen Pots

Published on Jan 18, 2016 Synth Anatomy

"This is my first little video showing you Mogees with my Kitchen Pots. Mogees is a contact microphone with which you can transform any object in an instrument"

iTunes: Mogees - Mogees Ltd.

The First EMS VCS3 - SN 001

Apparently, you are looking at the very first EMS VCS3 aka The Putney and sibling to the EMS SYNTHI. Red Bull Music Academy has an excellent post up on White Noise with the history of this particular synth.

"Perched on top of a speaker in another corner sits the synthesizer used on the early White Noise albums, The EMS VCS3, serial number 001.

'That was the very first one he ever made,' Vorhaus says. 'He turned up with a bottle of Dom Pérignon, which cost probably more than the synthesizer.” The ‘he’ in question is Peter Zinovieff, who created the VCS3 with Tristram Cary and David Cockerell in 1969. If it wasn’t for Zinovieff, Vorhaus might never have met his two principal collaborators on An Electric Storm, Brian Hodgson and Delia Derbyshire, of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. 'Delia Derbyshire was my girlfriend. She showed me everything that was known about electronic music in a couple of weeks,' Vorhaus explains, adding, 'There wasn’t much more to know than that then.'"

On a separate note, one of my biggest regrets was missing the opportunity to purchase Delia Derbyshires' VCS3 several years back. Sonic Boom of Spectrum was selling it along with a Synton Syrinx. Two dream synths I would have loved to own.

KORG to Show the New minilogue at Control Voltage in Portland on Jan 27

via Control Voltage

"Join us for an evening of analog polyphony! On Wednesday, January 27th from 6-8pm, Korg will be presenting and demonstrating their latest synth, Minilogue. After which we'll also be treated to a live performance by local Portland producer and vocalist, Natasha Kmeto!

They'll be a few Minilogues setup to get hands on with in the shop and ample time for Q&A from the audience.

Presented by KORG themselves!

Control Voltage
3742 N Mississippi Ave, 97227
01/27/16 from 6-8pm

Korg Minilogue Exploration

Published on Jan 18, 2016 experimentalsynth

"A quick look at a small part of the sonic possibilities inside the new Korg Minilogue. Using the presets as a starting point, the Minilogue can go to some pretty wild place with just a few knob and switch tweaks. Learn more at"

Korg minilogue on Amazon

Keyboard Magazine's Bob Moog's Third "On Synthesizers" Column From January/February 1976

via Keyboard Magazine

"Continuing our celebration of 40 years of Keyboard, we present Bob Moog's third "On Synthesizers" column from our January/February 1976 issue, in its entirety.

An oscillator is a circuit that produces a regularly repeating waveform. When used as the signal source of an audio path, an oscillator determines the pitch of the sound. Its counterparts in acoustic instruments are vibrating elements such as the strings of a guitar or the air column of a wind instrument.

What are we hearing when we listen to an oscillator tone? And what does that have to do with the waveform that we can see on an oscilloscope screen? The answers to these two questions are vitally important to the understanding of oscillators and their roles in synthesizers."

Click through above for the full article.

New From Atomic Shadow - Shortwave Robot Pants

Atomic Shadow has a new album out, Shortwave Robot Pants. Click through for details and of course you'll find the embed above.

Abstract Data Coming to NAMM

via Abstract Data

"Goin' back to Cali... See you at NAMM - Abstract Data: Booth 5000, Hall C."

Clavia / Nord Keyboards Introduces the Nord Piano 3

"Press Release, Stockholm 18-01-2016

With outstanding new keyboard technology, improved grand weighted action, Ivory touch and expanded memory for the exclusive Nord Piano Library - the Nord Piano 3 takes piano feel and realism to a new level.

The new Virtual Hammer Action Technology simulates the movement of the hammers in a Grand Piano, capturing the characteristics with exceptional dynamics and breathtaking level of authenticity.

88-note Triple Switch keybed with improved grand weighted action NEW
Nord Virtual Hammer Action Technology for greatly improved key response NEW
Ivory touch for authentic feel NEW
OLED-display for better overview NEW
1 GB memory for Nord Piano Library NEW
256 MB for Nord Sample Library NEW
Layer and split-functionality
Nord Triple Pedal included
Piano Section
4 Dynamic Curves
Dynamic Pedal Noise with Nord Triple Pedal
Advanced String Resonance (Gen 2)
Soft Release
Sample Synth
Dedicated Sample Synth section with Attack, Decay/Release and dynamic controls
All effects in Stereo
Tube overdrive simulation
Vibe effect
Separate Reverb/Delay effects
Tremolo, Pan, Ring-Mod and Wah-wah can be controlled with Control Pedal
The Nord exclusive Virtual Hammer Action Technology simulates the hammer movements in a Grand Piano delivering outstanding authenticity and dynamic response. The Triple Sensor keybed allows key movements to be determined with stunning precision. The result is a keyboard action that handles dynamic playing with amazing control at any velocity level.

The Nord Virtual Hammer Action Technology enables you to produce a new note without lifting the key completely. This allows for smoother repetitions as the tone is not completely dampened between the strokes, similar to the fluent transitions possible on a Grand Piano.

Extended Triggering Range
The new keyboard technology makes both top and bottom triggering possible, resulting in amazing control when playing percussively as well as pianissimo with the keys half-pressed down.

Dynamic Release
The Virtual Hammer Action Technology also includes velocity sensitive release, dynamically dampening the sound based on how quickly you release the key.

The keybed has added weight for improved dynamic control and features a textured “ivory” surface, providing authentic Piano touch and feel.

The individual Fatar keybeds are meticulously calibrated at the Nord factory to ensure an even response over the whole range.

The Nord Piano 3 features a new triple sensor keybed with Ivory touch and improved grand weighted action (A-C).

The Nord Piano 3 weighs 18,2 kg (40,7 lb) and measures 1287 mm (50.7"), 121 mm (4.8"), 340 mm (13.4").

The Nord Piano 3 features 1 GB of memory dedicated to the exclusive sounds from the Nord Piano Library carefully selected for their specific and individual character. The ever expanding Nord Piano Library is filled with uniquely sampled acoustic and electric instruments, with an outstanding range of velocity levels allowing for exceptional dynamic control.

The Factory Bank features 6 Grand Pianos, 5 Upright Pianos, 11 Electric Pianos, Clavinet and Harpsichords. Replacing the sounds in your Nord Piano 3 is simply a matter of dragging and dropping files in the Nord Sound Manager for Mac and Windows.

The Sample Synth section in the Nord Piano 3 has 256 MB memory dedicated to the Nord Sample Library 2.0 - our essential selection of high quality sampled sounds from a wide range of genres including the exclusively licensed sounds of the Mellotron and Chamberlin.

The Nord Piano 3 will hit the stores in May 2016 with pricing to be announced. Like all Nord keyboards, the Piano 3 is handmade in Sweden with meticulous attention to detail and quality control.

For more information please visit"

808 Ashra

Published on Jan 17, 2016 SynthMania

"1970s Kosmische Musik style with Ash Ra Tempel / Indian influences - hypnotic stuff."

[Battery Powered EP016] Dark In Chicago - Unofficial

Published on Jan 18, 2016 Human Interface

Great view.

"My first gig in Chicago! By gig I mean missing my connection and being stuck at Chicago O'Hare Airport for 7 hours. I was already sleep deprived at this point after flying from Europe but forced myself to do some jamming anyway because how often would I get a chance to make music in the birthplace of house music, even though I don't think house music was created at the airport. Also I didn't make house, rather something that is on the minimal side of dark techno. I wanted to get more footage of airplanes and whatnot but in my tired state didn't have the energy to set up 2 cameras or think so much about placement.

The minimal bit comes from the fact I was only using the Volca Sample, Monotribe, and Monotron so there wasn't so much room for doing complex arrangements. I was very pleased with some of the freaky FX sounds coming out of the Monotron when run through the Kaoss Pad and pretty nice dark techno groove for being exhausted and wanting nothing more than to go to sleep.


Eowave Orage Complex Oscillator

Published on Dec 18, 2015 eowave

"A look at some of the features of the Orage Oscillator"

Eowave DIY 8 Sequencer

Published on Jan 13, 2016 eowave

"A look at the DIY 8 Sequencer, from simple patching to the different modes available to help craft your sequences"

Eowave DIY 8 Delay & DIY Bend Time Lapse Construction Videos

Published on Dec 10, 2015 eowave

"Build lapse and demonstration of our DIY delay kit"

DIY Bend

Published on Dec 10, 2015

"Build lapse and short demonstration of our new touch sensor based module, Bend. Featured in this video is the our Orage M-1 and DIY sequencer. For most of the video the Bend is modulating the Orage VCO directly. At 1.37 I change I move the output of the Bend to mod1 input on the fluctuations magnétiques filter. At 2.47 I change the patch again moving the output of the Bend to modA input of the filter"

Eowave Capsule Titan Black Edition Coming to NAMM

via eowave

"Capsule Titan Black Edition, previewing at @NAMMShow on sale end of January"

Note that is one giant module starting with the Titan 1.  Eowave originally announced the silver faced Capsule Titan back in September of 2013 here.

Studio Electronics / Eowave NAMM Teasers - Charcot Circles, Quadnic, and STE. 16 Eurorack Modules

via Studio Electronics:

"@NAMMShow Booth 5008/Hall B
And other surprises await..
#CharcotCircles #Quadnic #STE16 #sequencer #QuadOsc #LFO #SE "

The Charcot Circles has been featured here on MATRIXSYNTH. I don't believe the Quadric or STE 16 have.  Note these are made in conjunction with eowave and do not have the Boomstar branding.

The Quadnic appears to be a four oscillator module, while the STE. 16 appears to be a dual LFO/OSC with HI/LO settings and various wave shapes.  There is also a 1-shot switch which implies just one shot of cycle.  Not sure what triggers it though.  Possibly the switch or the Reset ins?

Moog Memorymoog SN 2105

via this auction

"Arguably the most sought after poly synth of all time. This is the real deal. EVERY button and knob work as they should every key sounds and no sticking. Very clean unit. Was just recapped (I have the original caps as well that I will include in the sale). The only thing I will mention is that the synth will likely need to be calibrated for tuning. The "autotune" function works sometimes but it's obvious it will need a trip to the tech for a calibration. Other than that all the menus and buttons and presets all work wonderfully..."

Yamaha TQ5 FM Tone Generator w/ MCD64 Card

via this auction

"Vintage FM Tone generator/synthesizer built 1988' in Excellent Clean Condition!

includes MCD64 Ram card & new internal 3V lithium battery & holder installed"

Pic of the inside below.

Waldorf Microwave Rev. A

via this auction


via this auction

"This listing is for 1 x ACCESS OBERHEIM MATRIX Synth Midi Programmer for use with Oberheim Matrix 1000, 6 & 6R Synthesizers (actual item in images)."

Note this requires OS 2.13 on the Matrix-6 for sysex support.

Soulsby Synthesizers Coming to NAMM

via Soulsby Synthesizers:

"Hall C, Booth 5000, 21st-24th Jan, Anaheim, CA

We are very excited to be exhibiting at NAMM this year and will be demonstrating a whole range of new products. We are part of the WMD Superbooth and are exhibiting alongside some of the worlds best indie synth manufacturers. If you are attending this year, we would love to see you! Here's some of the new products we'll have on display:

The Oscitron - Eurorack module
Soulsby Synths’ first Eurorack module is a wavetable oscillator. It features the biquad filter algorithms and wavetables that gives the Atmegatron its classic sound. In addition it provides an audio input to capture user wavetables. There are many parameters for capturing and processing the wavetables. The Oscitron will be launched later this year and there will be preview videos demonstrating its full range of features.

The Odytron Special Edition Atmegatron
The Odytron is a limited edition Atmegatron, preloaded with Odytron software and presets. The audio engine provides the features of a classic analogue synth, but in an 8-bit environment. It comes with a programmer cable and 3 overlays to use with alternative software. Available from the 1st February.
miniAtmegatron case

The miniAtmegatron DIY kit was launched last year and received an enthusiastic response. The offical miniAtmegatron case is simple to assemble and provides excellent protection for the PCB and Arduino. They are available from the Soulsby Synths webstore.

See you there!"

maasijam sessions

Published on Jan 16, 2016 maasijam

Spotted this one on discchord. The above is a playlist of maasijam's videos starting with session #13:

"Jam session number thirteen. Recorded in one take. Nothing pre-recorded except the drum beat.
Drum samples from Polyplex sequenced by Beatstep Pro. Animoog on the iPad. Every track has its own Beat Repeat triggered by the Akais. Valhallaroom for reverb and Replika from Native Instruments for delay. The piano sound comes from the Kontakt instrument 'The Gentleman'.

Korg Volca Keys
BassStation 2
Beatstep Pro
iTrack Dock
Korg NanoKontrol2
Akai MPK Mini
Akai LPD8
ValhallaRoom (I love it)
NI Replika Delay
NI The Gentleman
Omnisphere 2
Launchpad mini
Miditemp 8x8 Midi Merger
Ableton Live

Recorded directly on a Tascam DR07 MK2."

Yamaha Reface CP User Review

Published on Jan 18, 2016 snolan1990

"An in depth look at the sounds and features of the Yamaha Reface CP.

The Demo is split into 3 sections.

0:28 - Overview of unit.
4:50 - Operation of unit.
17:11 - Playing unit via MIDI keyboard.

Any questions feel free to leave a comment."

Moog Mother 32 with Analog Rytm and Arturia microbrute

Published on Jan 18, 2016 iscariah71

"Moog mother sync with the Analog four in midi.
Micro brute pitch out an gate out in Mother CV.
Works nice."

Cuckoo NAMM 2016 INTRO Continuum Teaser

Published on Jan 18, 2016 cuckoomusic .

"I'm coming to NAMM 2016. I'll be at booth 5014 demoing the Continuum Fingerboard synthesiser over at Haken Audio's little booth. It's close to both Moog, Dave Smith and Elektron, so it's in a great neighbourhood :) See you guys there!


Connected Conversations with Roland Lamb

Published on Jan 18, 2016 ROLI

"Michael Mendenhall from Flex spoke to Roland Lamb, founder and CEO of ROLI and inventor of the Seaboard, as part of their #‎ConnectedConversations web video interview series.

This series highlights stories from today’s most creative leaders throughout all industries, exploring how innovators Live smarter™ every day, revealing what influences and motivates them, their personal passions, future predictions and lessons learned.

Find out more about Connected Conversations at"

MPC 1.9.2 Overview

Published on Jan 18, 2016 AkaiProVideo

"COMING SOON - In the 1.9.2 version of our flagship MPC software we add a number of exciting new features including:

-Sampler "Lazy Chop"
-MPC Touch MIDI Control Mode
-Keygroup Program Edit
-Q-Link Auto Assign
-Enhanced XYFX
-MPC Touch Screen Saver
...and more"


Published on Jan 18, 2016 Noir Et Blanc Vie

"My choice for synth of the month is Moog Mother-32. I failed to review it in under a minute so let me know what you think."

Analogous Structures by Steven Morris (Synthesizers) feat. Soundole (EWI)

Published on Jan 18, 2016 Steven Morris

"Analogous Structures (Original Composition)
by Steven Morris (モリス・スティーブン)
feat. Soundole (Peter Anthony Smith) on EWI

For the full effect, listen with headphones or high quality speakers.

Thank you for watching!"

Warszawa Cover

Published on Jan 18, 2016 glkibler

"My tribute cover of Bowie's 'Warszawa' from his 1977 Low album. Featuring my hand-built Frobe prototype modular Moog clone along with various Mellotron and piano waveforms."

Moog Animoog Ipad - Theodor Tonwerfer Jam

Published on Jan 18, 2016 Theodor Tonwerfer

"looking for new sounds.

ipad with app animoog.

sequencer app and audiobus app"

iTunes: Animoog - Moog Music Inc.

Live Studio Jam 008 , 1/17/16 . Korg Volca and Arturia !!

Published on Jan 17, 2016 Todd Smith

":Live Jams:

: Gear Used :

Korg MicroKorg
Korg Volca Bass
Korg Volca Keys
Korg Volca Beats
Korg Monotron Delay
Arturia Microrbute
Midi Solutions Quarda Thru
Behringer Micromix MX400
Tascam US-144mkII Audio Interface
Waves Supertap & MetaFlanger
Ableton Live 8

: Setup :

The Korg Volca Beats , Korg Volca Keys, Mico Brute and Korg Volca Bass are all on sequence duty . MicroKorg and Korg Monotron Delay are played Live. and they are both played live using midi . I hope you enjoy this song."

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