MATRIXSYNTH: Friday, February 26, 2016

Friday, February 26, 2016

Japanese Ocean - a 96BPM eurorack modular synthesizer patch.

Published on Feb 26, 2016 Luke Killen

"This patch features a Mutable Instruments Ring to make some beautiful strings. a WMD/SSF spectrum filtered through the lowpass of a Manhattan Analog SVVCF to make a lovely key tone I use some noise from a Steady State Fate Ultra-Random Analogue filtered by a RYO Aperture for the ocean wash and also to Frequency modulate a Makenoise DPO's SIN output as the basis of a hit hat source. The snare is a made with a Noise engineering Basimilus Iteratus and the Kick comes from Mutable instruments Peaks."

Roland TB-303 Bassline Synthesizer

via this auction


Published on Feb 26, 2016 Ebotronix

4ms Peg, QCD/Expander, RCD², VCA Matrix
Analogue Systems RS 100², RS110²², RS360², RS 500e²
Arp Odyssey white noise
Bananalogue Serge VCS
Cyndustries Zeroscillator
Doepfer A133², A134²², A141, A143 - 1,2,9, A149, A151², A152,
A156², A160 /161, A162, A175²²,A185-2''³,A138abc
Flame 4 Vox, Chord Machine, Q Slide²
Talking Synth Module², Tame Machine (diminished)

Let's Play with Audulus 3 - Part 3

Published on Feb 26, 2016 Tim Webb

Get Audulus for: iOS | Mac | Windows/Linux

"In this final episode of Audulus 3 we build a bell sound using FM and Additive synthesis, with a probability-based trigger and tame math to give us note pitches.

If you enjoyed this please consider supporting this series by sponsoring them on Patreon:

Be sure to visit for the latest music app news!"

You can find all parts in this series here.

ROLAND TR-66 Rhythm Arranger Vintage Analog Drum Machine 452269

via this auction

Macbeth Elements

Published on Feb 26, 2016 Pedro Trotz

"Very first patch, just unboxed."

Evaton Technologies CLX Dual Eurorack Clock Module Demo

Published on Feb 26, 2016 mylarmelodies

"Skip to 3:26 for demos! From the chap who brought you the RF Nomad, this is the Evaton Technologies CLX dual master clock module. It frees you up from using your precious precious LFO's just for the purpose of firing off your sequencers and so on, but it can do a heck of a lot more than that, courtesy of its two nifty Logic outputs. It's also a dual bass drone oscillator, and you can make polyrhythms and explore other curious interactions when you integrate its four outputs more deeply into a patch. More info and ordering deets are here, friend:"

Nasty, windy

Published on Feb 26, 2016 Computing.Sound

"Korg Monotribe processed by a Doepfer A-100.(BBD and A-199 Spring Reverb)"

Roland SH-101 with Original Gig Bag

via this auction

Quasimidi Rave-o-lution 309- Fully Expanded

via this auction

"German madness at its best.

Fully expanded Quasimidi Raveolution 309 drum machine synth.

Expanded with all three kits: The Audio hardware expansion, the Synth expansion, and the Drums expansion.

Newest version 3.0 installed.

Brutal and crazy sounds possible with the serious knob functionality on this excellently designed and very hands on interface drum machine synth groovebox.

Almost 40 knobs to twist to mangle and send tracks into space while jamming live. Seriously a great, extremely underrated machine from Quasimidi.

This thing is going to be very collectible in the next few years I am certain of it.

Comes with original Quasimidi AC adapter, Manual, and all expansions preloaded and ready to go.

One button cap missing but button still 100% working perfectly, easily clicked. All knobs, buttons, etc working 100%."

Crumar Stratus with Original Gig Bag & Templates

via this auction

"Presets in the form of 3 cardboard overlays! These have been marked by the previous owner/band (see pic)

Cosmetically, in great shape - most notable wear is to the wooden ends & some scratches to the rear panel

Previous owner had this serviced a couple of years ago - new power supply was fitted & everything checked

All the functions of this organ synth operate superbly - all but one control knob are noiseless, keys are great

Organ & synth have independent outputs and can be blended using their volume controls & organ drawbars"

Yamaha CS01

via this auction

Kvintet - Soviet Analog Synthesizer (by D.P.Kash)

Published on Feb 25, 2016 D.P. Kash

"This track was created with analog soviet synth 'Kvintet'"

via the comments in this post.


Published on Feb 26, 2016 Clara Venice

"★ 'Cool Son' was filmed and recorded live at CHANNEL January 15th, 2016.

★ Live visuals by: Owen Denham (

★ Directed by: Gary Lang (

★ CHANNEL curated by: Brett Despotovich (

★ Download my new EP "Electric Dream" on iTunes:


Special thanks to Katzman Contemporary Gallery, Brett, Gary, Owen, Katherine Piro, Kristel Jax, all the other CHANNEL artists, Moog Audio, and the amazing Katzman Contemporary crew for creating such a unique and wonderful event!


★ For bookings contact

★ Press inquiries contact Damien Nelson at

★ Official Clara Venice Merchandise! -


Stay Weird!
Love, Clara xo"

Stockholm Rave

Stockholm Rave from Simon Littauer on Vimeo.

Twisted Electrons Brings the Ay3 to Eurorack

Ay3 Eurorack Module Overview Published on Feb 26, 2016 Twisted Electrons

via Twisted Electrons where you'll find addition details and audio demos.

"The AY-3-8912 is a programmable sound generator (PSG) designed by General Instrument at the end of the 1970s.
The AY3 gave voice to the Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Intellivision, AppleII Mockingbird sound card, MSX, Vectrex, ZX Spectrum 128K. Many early 1980s Arcade Games used two AYs; the Gyruss arcade board had five!

The AY3 eurorack module is the perfect solution to capture this piece of history in your rack with its slick & sturdy all-metal design and intuitive controls. The module can be set to 3 clocking modes: normal, Helium (overclocked) and Deep (underclocked), pushing the range of frequencies and sounds to the extreme.

Shakmat Modular Knight's Gallop PreProduction Unit Demo

Published on Feb 26, 2016 Shakmat Modular

"The Knight's Gallop is a dual output trigger sequences generator with a lot of features and designed for polyrythms. The sequences are based on tables created according to algorithms such as the Euclidean one.

Output 1 is reading directly the tables and is generating a sequence according to the length and pulse values, exactly like in a classic euclidean sequencer. There're five kinds of tables with different rythmic flavours.

Output 2 is generating a different sequence based on the tables but also on the mode and the sub mode (5 modes and up to 4 sub modes per mode).

Five different feelings of grooves combined to the many ways of processing it gives you a ridiculously high number of polyrythm combinations, way more than the number of patterns available in a classic 16 steps Euclidean generator.

So here's a list of features :
• Variable length sequences (up to 16 steps)
• Length and Pulse amount potentiometers and CV inputs
• Shift + & Shift - buttons allowing to shift the sequence forward and backward
• Main mode (MN) providing a lot of utlity modes for the second output : reset, no shift, invert and reverse
• Compute mode (CP) calculating associated sequences for the second output delivering very musical polyrythms
• Random mode (RD) adding randomness on the second output, 4 amounts of randomness determined by the sub mode
• Dual mode (DL) allowing to set the two outputs seperatly
• Record mode (RC) turning the Knight's Gallop into a “play your sequence on the buttons and record it” module, in this mode the pulse knob acts as a a mute - fully ccw - and a roll - fully cw.
• Five different kind of tables for five different rythmic feelings (01, 02, 03, 04, 05) : Divider Sequence, Classic Euclidean, Revised Euclidean, Erdos Deep and Divided Sequences.
• User replaceable firmware chip
• Hi-quality Elektron like push buttons
• High quality metal potentiometer with DJTT double rubbered injected knobs
• Skiff friendly (22mm deep)
• 8 HP Wide"

Polyfusion modular drone

Published on Feb 26, 2016 seb17320

"Inspired by and based on the Multi-Mission Space Exploration Vehicle concept by NASA's Technology Applications Assessment Team presented in 2011."

Modular Monthly: A Make Noise MATHS Lesson

Published on Feb 26, 2016 Future Music Magazine

"We show you how to get the most out of Make Noise's super-powerful Eurorack module, MATHS."

The Korg Minilogue-08-The CLICKING part 2

Published on Feb 26, 2016 AutomaticGainsay

"Here is part two a demonstration of one of the most exciting synthesis features of the Korg Minilogue!"

All parts here.

KORG minilogues on eBay | Korg minilogues on Amazon

Corsynth C104 - Ring modulator patch tricks

Published on Feb 26, 2016 Corsynth

"The C104 Odyssey of Sound VCO has a digital Ring Modulator. The square wave is internally connected to one of the Ring Modulator inputs. The RM out is a copy of the square wave if nothing is connected to the RM input. If we patch other waveforms from the same VCO to the RM input we can get interesting results."

Using Breath to Control a Eurorack Modular System

Breath on ModularSystem Published on Feb 26, 2016 nnoiz Papp

"drone tune, I controlled my modularsystem with my Hornberg hb1 breathcontroller. breath-controlled moduls: intellijel POLARIS, MakeNoise OPTOMIX, Verbos COMPLEX OSCILATOR, MakeNoise ERBE-VERB"

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