MATRIXSYNTH: Sunday, March 6, 2016

Sunday, March 06, 2016

Audulus 8x8 XY Phrase Looper Technique


Published on Mar 6, 2016 Bimini Road

Get Audulus for: iOS | Mac | Windows/Linux

"Record the outputs of an XY Pad with a CSlooper module and you can create all sorts of musical and tonal depth! 8x8 Pad available at the Audulus forum now!

http://forum.audulus.com/discussion/9...

http://www.audulus.com
http://forum.audulus.com
http://www.biminiroadelectronics.com"

skunk ~ funk


Published on Mar 6, 2016 Ebotronix

4ms Peg, QCD/Expander, QPLFO, RCD²,VCA Matrix
Analogue Systems RS 100², RS110²², RS360²
Bananalogue Serge VCS
Cyndustries Zeroscillator exp cv by QPLFO (quad pan4)
Doepfer R2m², A114² , A133², A134²², A141, ,A143-2,9 (quad pan3)
A149, A151²², A152, A156², A175²²²,A185-2(14x),A138a²²b²²c²²²

CRUMAR STRATUS SYNTHESIZER/ORGAN


via this auction

MTI AO-1 Auto Orchestra Analog Drum Machine


Uploaded on Mar 6, 2016 Dave Burns


via this auction

"This is the very rare MTI Auto Orchestra AO-1 drum machine / bass synth / strings / chords accompaniment unit + bass pedals, volume pedal, stand and cover for the front of the box.
This thing is pretty insane. The Drum machine sound is off the hook!
Here is a video I took of this actual machine - VIDEO. In the video, the unit is connected straight to my iPhone using an iRig adapter with no pre amp or anything in between.
A lil about the MTI AO-1 - It has many different drum presets and each preset button has 2 variations. Each drum voice has its own cancel button (!) so you can choose whatever elements of the beat you want (say just kick drum, kick + snare, cancel the cymbal, cancel conga, etc.) so the combinations are pretty much endless.
Very powerful bass sound. reminiscent of the TB 303. Strings section and chords section.
When no drum preset is chosen, you can play the bass and strings manually using the pedals. When a preset is chosen, the pedals will determine the chord.
The volume pedal is not the original pedal. It is a modified Crybaby pedal. In the original pedal, you were able to switch between major and minor. With this pedal you can only control the volume.
The volume knobs of the different sections can be pulled for constant signal. When they are pulled, the volume pedal no longer controls the volume.
Also included is the original stand and the cover for the box.

The unit is fully functional. It has a little bit of hiss as expected from a 30-40 years old unit."

KORG MONO/POLY SN 371172


via this auction

Crumar Trilogy SN 00825


via this auction

"LATE 08" ROLAND TR8 KORG VOLCA


Published on Mar 6, 2016 rezzy blips

Roland cmu-800 MIDI interface test / CMU800


Published on Mar 6, 2016 DeftAudio

Buchla Tribal Patch 2016


Published on Mar 6, 2016 djangosfire

"Buchla Tribal Patch 2016 - Sequence created and played real time on a DIY Buchla 200 Synthesizer. All sounds are from the synthesizer - some stereo delay via H3000. Cheers! - Djangosfire"

Live Korg Volca Jam 022 . Korg Volca, Microbrute & Microkorg.


Published on Mar 6, 2016 Todd Smith

"New Korg Volca Jam. The Roland J-06 sleeps this jam. I use the Arturia Microbrute sequencer like a arpeggiator and play the sequencer live for lead synth, my first time really playing with this and I love it!! The Korg Volca Bass, Korg Volca Keys and Korg Volca Beats are on sequencer duty. The Microkorg is played live for the pad.

: Gear Used :

Roland JU-06
Korg MicroKorg
Korg Volca Bass
Korg Volca Keys
Korg Volca Beats
Korg Monotron Delay
Arturia Microrbute
Alesis QX49
Midi Solutions Quarda Thru
Behringer Micromix MX400
Tascam US-144mkII Audio Interface
Waves Supertap, TrueVerb & Metaflanger
SonEQ (FREE EQ VST)
Ableton Live 8 ( Used as digital mixer / multi track )
Ozone"

Audulus CS Looper Module


Published on Mar 6, 2016 Bimini Road

Get Audulus for: iOS | Mac | Windows/Linux

"This Audulus 3 module loops knob motions. In this set up, it is acting as a knob-controlled sequencer, turning recorded knob motions into 8 discrete pitches. CS stands for "Control Signal." This is to distinguish it from an AS or Audio/Alternating Signal looper (which would need 44.1k buckets for 1 second of loop time).

This module has 8 buckets, or 8 evenly distributed numbers that make up the entirety of the loop. An LFO controls which step is being read. Values are changed only when a change in value is detected from the knob. Under the "8 Bucket" text is a knob that acts as a "loop display."

The output of this module is multiplied and pushed through a scale quantizer to become the pitch information for Sub Ek, a mini subtractive synthesizer, that is clocked by CL!K.

Versions with more buckets are coming soon.

http://www.audulus.com
http://www.forum.audulus.com
http://www.biminiroadelectronics.com"

New Hardware Instrument From DASZ INSTRUMENTS Coming to the Musikmesse

DASZ INSTRUMENTS INC. Product Teaser

Published on Mar 1, 2016

See the DASZ INSTRUMENTS label for more!

You'll find some screen grabs from the video further below. It appears to be a knob box with custom color LED buttons. Sequencer & more? Note this is the first DASZ INSTRUMENTS post on the site.

Update: this will be a new instrument, not a controller, although it can also function as one.

The video description, as always:
"For over 3 years we have been quietly developing a radically innovative performance instrument. Its focus is to simplify, unify, and broaden your creative workflow, freeing you to focus on your music rather than your setup."

And a little more from DASZ INSTRUMENTS:

"We are DASZ INSTRUMENTS INC.

Established in 2012, DASZ INSTRUMENTS INC. is a new electronic music instrument manufacturer, located in Vancouver on the west coast of Canada. We are a dedicated team of veteran audio product developers, electronic musicians, producers, performers, DJ’s; collectively steeped in the music industry.

For over 3 years we have been quietly developing a radically innovative performance instrument. Its focus is to simplify, unify, and broaden your creative workflow, freeing you to focus on your music rather than your setup.

Coming to the Musik Messe 2016. April 7-10. Hall 9 Level 1 Booth C44

More info is coming soon."

Macbeth Elements vs MI Elements


Published on Mar 3, 2016 Dudadius

"Patch Notes:

In reality, this video is more an exploration of the Macbeth Elements than a head-to-head smackdown. The Mutable Instruments Elements is just used as a counter melody, really. But as the naming controversy was brewing right as I ordered the Macbeth two years ago (worth the wait!), I knew that once I received it, a patch featuring the two Elements would be the first thing I do.

This patch is driven by the Monome Teletype, being triggered by Monome Meadowphysics. There are two sequence rows in the tracker, one for sending note data to each Elements. Other scripts are altering the length and some of the notes of each sequence at counted intervals, triggered by other rows of MP (Scripts are shown at 11:06, if you’re interested).

Monome White Whale is triggering the percussion. Things get a little wobbly at one point, as Meadowphysics starts dividing outside of the beat, but never mind… Audio Damage Neuron is going through a Mutable Instruments Clouds (sorry, Chris, hehe) for a little granular beat variety. And the hat is Noise Engineering Ataraxic Translatron through an Intellijel Polaris. There’s a touch of Modcan Dual Delay on the latter. All mixed through Cwejman MX4S and Intellijel Dubmix.

The Macbeth really is special. It of course has the ‘sound’ many of you know and love of Ken’s instruments (to me, big and organic) but it’s the arrangement of controls that turns it into a real instrument that begs to be played. That’s what I tried to feature here. I switch from filter mode B to A at 8:36, so you can hear the difference. I can’t recall the difference between the two modes now, because I know Ken played with a lot of variations, but they each have their own sweet spots, with the A mode have a more gradual cutoff slope. The interaction of the spring reverb and the tape delay simulator brings a ton of vibe to the table, for sure.

Anyway, fantastic work Ken, I feel lucky to have an Elements! Of course, I always love Olivier’s devilishly clever and deep modules as well. Enjoy!"

OBXA Kinda Day


Published on Jan 15, 2016 Dudadius

"Improvisation on the Oberheim OBXA.

(Reverb is Valhalla Hall.)"

Teletype Sketch in the Key of 231hz


Published on Dec 10, 2015 Dudadius

"Wrapping my head around the Monome Teletype module."

02Bang


Published on Oct 25, 2015 Dudadius

"Electronic improvisation, featuring Monome White Whale playing @makenoise DPO and STO. DSI Tempest on rhythm. All Ableton Live clips created by me on the modular and a Jupiter 8."

DSI Oberheim OB-6 soundset - Peter Dyer


Published on Mar 6, 2016 peterkeys88

"Here's a selection of presets I contributed to the factory patches for the DSI Oberheim OB-6. No midi or post processing, these sounds are purely from the OB6 and played live or via the built-in sequencer. I enjoy taking part in the process thoroughly. Enjoy these warbly tones, squirmy PWMs and wet SEM filters.

http://peterdyer.net
http://www.davesmithinstruments.com/p..."

Jam with Mother 32, Rhythm Wolf and Guitar on KP3


Published on Mar 6, 2016 Punkfurt

"Basically just a quick test which turned out nicely."

ARP 2500 - 1023 VCO Module & 1047 Resonator Tests

ARP 2500 - VCO module 1023 test

Published on Mar 5, 2016 DJjondent

"Some oscilloscope tests for a friend
http://djjondent.blogspot.com.au/2016..."

ARP 2500 - The 1047 resonator

Published on Mar 5, 2016

"just love the sound of this filter.
I've added some reverb care of a lexicon PCM 70"

Search on DJjondent 2500 for more (click here - you can sort the results by date).

ARP 2500 - My Resonator Addiction

Published on Mar 12, 2016

"Can't get the sound out of my head. That resonator is a drug.

I've added some drums, a few loop samples and one or two soft synths to the original ARP 2500 recording." [above]

Dave Rossum at Sync 01


via @RossumElectro

"Great afternoon and evening at Sync 01. Met a lot of nice folks and did a lot of demos."

Boss DR-55 -Dr. Rhythm-


via this auction

"This one is in beautiful condition (looks nearly new) and working 100%. As you may know, this was one of the first programmable drum machines and was the first by Boss. It will come in the original box and manual."

Roland TB-303 Bass Line Synthesizer with CV/Gate Mod


via this auction

"Classic Roland TB-303 Bass Line Synthesizer. Unit is in great working condition. CV/Gate Mod installed. Previous owner applied clear packing tape to protect lettering from wear. Comes with Midi Sync Box, Midi Cable and BOSS power adapter."

Modular eurorack patch #29 Teenage engineering po -12 vs mutable clouds


Published on Mar 6, 2016 corduroyfarmer

"Random beats. Clocked by qcd. Cv'd by quadra a118"

Teenage Engineering on eBay | Teenage Engineering on Amazon

four korg sq1 vs ableton live


Published on Mar 6, 2016 iftahbox

"using four korg sq1 sequencers to sequence ableton live"

SQ-1s on eBay | SQ1s on Amazon

Rephazer - Growing Up Daughters (Live Jam with Elektron Octatrack, Analog Four, iSem)


Published on Mar 6, 2016 Rephazer

"2 new live recorded demo tracks dedicated to my wonderful daughters who are growing up fast..

Everything is recorded in one take so expect a couple of mistakes ;)

Used Gear:

- Octatrack (All Midi & Audio Sequencing, Beats, Granular stuff)
- Analog Four (All Bass,Lead & Arp Sounds, Parameter Sequencing)
- iSem (Arp)
- Zoom H4n (Recording)

I Hope you'll enjoy this little jam !
Please leave some comments and subscribe if you like my stuff.

Cheers!"

254e Pulses and Transposes


Published on Mar 5, 2016 boobtube356

"254e prototype test demonstrating pitch transpose and pulse processing. A sequence from the 250e is offset in the 254e, and the amount of offset is controlled by switching among three presets. Meanwhile, the 250e pulses are modulated in the 254e using a 281e LFO, and the pulses go straight to the 292e. The sound source is a 258v."

What song is this from or similar to? It reminds me of something but I can't place it.

Update: think I found it.

MaxiKorg/Poly Ensemble adapter HSP-1 by Harpoon Cables


Published on Mar 5, 2016 Stephen Cain

"Test run of Harpoon Cables TRS to 5 pin DIN adapter specifically wired to enable modern expression pedals to be used on vintage Korg synths requiring the FK-4 pedal...http://www.harpooncables.com/#!blank/..."

"The HSP-01 cable allows you to use a modern TRS expression pedal with your Korg Polyphonic Ensemble. Simply plug the 5 pin DIN connector into your synth and then use a standard TRS cable to connect the 1/4" female output of this cable to the 1/4" input on your expression pedal. The original FK-4 expression pedal featured a on/off switch where this cable does not. Therefore this cable is considered "always on". Price starts at $12.

*Please note, we also offer this cable with a male 1/4" end rather than female. The male version of this cable is called the HSP-02.

**This cable is not affiliated with KORG or its subsidiaries in any regard nor is it a KORG product. The user takes on full responsibilities and liabilities. Due to the age of the instruments intended for this cable's use, the manufacturer can not guarantee this cables performance on the user's specific instrument."

Update:

MaxiKorg VCF Traveler triggered by BeatStep Gate signal via a Harpoon Cables HSP-01 adapter

Published on Mar 6, 2016 Stephen Cain

"A Gate signal from a BeatStep run into the expression pedal 5 pin DIN jack of a Univox MaxiKorg with a Harpoon Cables HSP-01 TRS to 5 pun DIN adapter"

Thunder III


Published on Mar 5, 2016 Steven Bassett

"Exploring some more 259r and 223e."
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