MATRIXSYNTH: Saturday, January 23, 2016

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Arturia MatrixBrute Namm 2016

Published on Jan 23, 2016 Flux302 of


Techno Session with Elektron Analog Rytm & Moog Synths

Published on Jan 23, 2016 Martin Stürtzer

"Martin Stürtzer - Landgericht
part of 'Schwebebahn Zyklus'

recorded live with
Elektron Analog Rytm
Moog Little Phatty
Moog Ringmodulator

Delay & Reverb: Universal Audio Apollo"

Entropical Paradise

Published on Jan 23, 2016 ikjoyce

"An attempt at Douglas Leedy's 'Entropical Paradise' patch from the Allen Strange book. 'Electronic Music Systems'."

Just waited in line for the Indiana Jones ride at Disneyland after NAMM. This should have been playing in the background.

John L Rice Coming to Noisebug on Tuesday January 26

John L Rice is going to do a synth demo and "life" meeting at Noisebug this Tuesday post NAMM. Experience his wisdom!

You should all be familiar with John's work through his numerous videos here on MATRIXSYNTH, and please welcome, Noisebug back as a site sponsor!

And... I am finally off to NAMM! Enjoy John's mug for the day! :) And of course catch up on posts! There are a total of 182 NAMM posts so far this year! As for total posts, Thursday we had 71 posts, and yesterday, Friday, we had 86! I think there is plenty to keep you busy for a while. :)

Dave Smith OB-6 Synthesizer - NAMM 2016 - Dave Smith & Tom Oberheim Together on the NAMM Floor

Published on Jan 22, 2016 Andertons Music Co

Yamaha Montage Keyboard Demo First Play Through Presets UK

Published on Jan 23, 2016 Bonners Music

"Yamaha Montage Keyboard Demo First Play Through Presets UK
First play of some of the preset sounds found in the new Yamaha montage synth."

Tableau Generative Album

Tableau Generative Album from Giorgio Sancristoforo on Vimeo.

"'There is no doubt that, as music is removed by the phonographrecord from the realm of live production and from the imperative of artistic activity and becomes petrified, it absorbs into itself, in this process of petrification, the very life that would otherwise vanish.'

Theodore Adorno 'The form of the Phonograph Record'

Tableau is my first portable Generative Album and it will be soon released.

Tableau will be available in two options:

1) Limited edition of 50 Generative Players + Gleetchlab software

2) CD + Gleetchlab software

Please note: Gleetchlab as usual runs only on Apple Macs and it’s not intended for the Generative Album.

Generative endless music player

Tableau plays on a standalone generative player, it is a portable sound installation.

The music, instead of being 'reproduced' like a CD, a Vinyl or an Mp3, it is generated and arranged while you are listening to it. It never sounds the same. Tableau creates an almost endless number of mixes of the LP. Each time you will listen, it will be different, and will keep evolving evolving until you will plug the power off.

It reacts to the environment.

The music of Tableau reacts to temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, space and magnetic field.

No need for screen, keyboards, mouse etc…

To listen to Tableau just plug the power supply and your speakers with a mini-jack cable, Tableau will boot and create music in realtime.

You may also use a standard 2A, 5V battery pack for mobile phones so you can carry Tableau with you anytime, anywhere.

New albums will just require only a new micro SD card

A Generative Album owner will order the micro SD to get the new album/installation.

Updates with new features will be also available and for free.

Check the website for the release date of the 50 limited edition players.'"

Audulus 2 Minute Tip - 8: How to Make a Muxing Sequencer

Published on Jan 23, 2016 Bimini Road

Audulus for iOS | Audulus for Mac

"You don't just need a Sequencer node to make a sequencer. I actually prefer to make them this way - it's very easy to apply an LFO and change the directionality.

To use this sequencer to control an oscillator (instead of, say, a parameter of an effect), just send it through a Quantizer module.

...And why do I multiply it by 7.99 and not 8? Well, x8 wraps around back to 1, since the value range of 0-.999... is the first step, and 7-7.999... is the value range of the last step. If you set the max to just 7, it would only reach the final step for the duration of 1 sample.

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."

All parts here.

kria / isms

kria / isms from tehn on Vimeo.

kria (icelandic name for arctic tern) defend their nesting grounds together as an imposing flock.

a new grid application. parameter-phased modulator. a step sequencer arpeggiator. two voices with independent loop positions and speed per parameter: trigger, accent, duration, note, octave, transposition, scale.

shown here: alternate firmware for the white whale module. isms modular synth. oscillators and filters by mannequins. spring reverb. op-1 fed through modular.

First Test

First Test from Andras Eichstaedt on Vimeo.

"In this experiment was trying to build a patch around a single trigger signal. The idea is to detect tactile interactions with the modular

and use it to drive the tempo of the patch. im looking forward to try this with more different triggers and with also measuring the change

in electrical resistance depending on the size of area being touched. It was a lot of fun to work with Nora Staggl, we didn't rehearse, in fact the whole thing was done in about an hour."

We can now play Twister with modulars.

nonlinearciruicts brain custard 1

Published on Jan 23, 2016 cirtcele

"Just a quick demo of some of the sounds from this module. 9 audio rate chaotic signals mixed to form 'neuron clusters' The idea is low frequency patterns will emerge from the mayhem."

via nonlinearcircuits

"Brain Custard - 9 audio rate chaotic signals mixed to form 'neuron clusters' The idea is low frequency patterns will emerge from the mayhem. Really it will be vaguely controllable noise and lots of it.....with LEDs"

Near Mint YAMAHA Vintage Synthesizer CS-15 SN 8467

via this auction

Sequential Circuits Prophet 600

via this auction

"Serviced and re-furbed at Analog Hut in LIC. Comes with the manual and power cord. There are a few minor imperfections on the bottom frame and in a few spots, all superficial. Works great. All original wood panels and frame."

Roland Jupiter-6

via this auction

"The synth has just been fully refurbished at Analog Hut in Brooklyn. The synth has a few slight cosmetic minor imperfections but it is fully working condition. It's clean and sounds great, This synth contains the original factory presets, original Manual, and Roland power Cord. Only used in the Studio."

Yamaha TQ5 FM4 my sounds - 2016-01

Published on Jan 23, 2016 An1xFan

"Some of my FM op4 sounds, all this was made in Atari YSEDITOR running on STEEM emulator. :-D"

Back to the 90's

Published on Jan 23, 2016 Old Beats

Moog Little Phatty
Moog Mother 32
Moog Voyager
DSI Prophet 08
DSI Evolver
Novation Bass Station 2
Roland Alpha Juno 2
Yamaha TX 81z

Minilogue Demo - Sequencer and Voice Modes, by Earmonkey

Published on Jan 23, 2016 Earmonkey Music

minilogues on eBay | Korg minilogues on Amazon

"The first chance I've had to get a video going. It is taking me a bit to figure out how this machine wants to be loved. It excels at inviting discovery and constantly changing things. Here's a rundown of what in the video:

I started with just an INIT patch, one square wave, no FX. Programmed a little polyphonic sequence, then started messing with the filter, envelopes, LFO, and Voice Mode Depth knobs. I really kept it at just this one saw tooth wave and simply changed voice modes. First Poly, then Duo, then Unison, then Mono, then Arp. I added some chorus and reverb when I got to Mono mode, and I added some Roland Space Chorus tape delay when I got to the arp.

I think this synth sounds super warm and wonderful. The modulation possibilities are so fun, even with a limited LFO section (you can only assign the LFO to one source!). I haven't even scratched the motion sequencing which would give you tons more modulation capabilities.

Hope you enjoy the little fiddle I had here."

Kick.S Live / X959 【My goa acid style】

Published on Jan 23, 2016 Kick.S


Acidlab Miami
electro harmonix memory boy
electro harmonix Cathedral"

Korg Minilogue Sound - NAMM 2016 - Cuckoo Patches

Published on Jan 23, 2016 cuckoomusic .

"Korg just released their new analog Minilogue. A small synth with a pretty good sound. I made a few patches of my own, and it really grew on me, after digging around a little bit. It's pretty good, although I find it not that deep."

minilogues on eBay | Korg minilogues on Amazon

YAMAHA MONTAGE Namm Show 2016 with Dom Sigalas

Published on Jan 23, 2016 muzykujkropkacom



Published on Jan 23, 2016 cuckoomusic .

"Teenage Engineering unveiled their latest (still work in progress) project, the OP-Z, at NAMM 2016. An ambitious project sequencing both synthesis and visuals, in a beautiful pocketable form factor. Interviewing lead software engineer Jonas Åberg."

Teenage Engineering OP-Z Preview at NAMM 2016

Published on Jan 23, 2016 AskAudio Mag

"The creator of the upcoming Teenage Engineering OP-Z gives an overview demo at NAMM 2016."

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