MATRIXSYNTH: Friday, March 18, 2016

Friday, March 18, 2016


Published on Mar 18, 2016 Ebotronix

4ms Peg, QCD/Expander, RCD², VCA Matrix
Analogue Systems RS 100², RS110²², RS360²
Arp Odyssey 2821 white noise

VOLTLIFE: The birth of Frankensynth

Published on Mar 18, 2016 voltlife

"A montage showing the dismantling of my old studio and its rebirth as a towering wall of synth."

Patrick Wichrowski - Orbital Sunrise 2 (excerpt)

Published on Mar 18, 2016 Patrickillian

"desenvolvimento de algumas idéias
Casio XW-P1"

Patrick Wichrowski - Travessia

Published on Mar 18, 2016 Patrickillian

Casio CZ 5000

Superbooth16 Line-Up - March 16 - April 2

You'll find the full line-up for Superbooth16 here.

Electribe 013 Processing nanoloop

Published on Mar 18, 2016 Computing.Sound

"The source is nanoloop on my Nexus playing a simple pattern.
It's going into the Electribes Audio-In.
All 16 parts use the OSC-Type Audio-In and a bandpass filter which is modulated by the RANDOM modulation source.
(setup this way you can use the Korg Electribe 2 as somekind of filterbank,
which is really fun)
Finally some heavy reverb."

Ultra Rare EKO COMPUTERHYTHM with Patch Cards for Sale

via this auction

This is the exact one featured in this video.

Rare vintage analog drum synthesizer sequencer.

"Here is a mega rare EKO Computerhythm exemplar in extraordinary conditions and complete of all the accessories (cover lid, original punched cards set and service manual).

It's a precious synth collectors jewel and a great studio instrument for electronic music compositions. Impressive space age look with an unique lamps effects and a very special sequencer programming interface, 6x individual outputs or general out.

It's original not modded, recently recapped and serviced were necessary, the card reader work perfectly and there are some original blank punched cards!!

This is one of 15-20 ever made and I think it's the most wanted release used by J.M. Jarre in some materpieces like 'OXIGENE' and live performances near his inevitable double Synthi A, VCS3.

Price I'm asking is very low if I reflect about the actual vintage rarity market. One exemplar were sold for 12000 euro one year ago.. and not in this beauty conditions."

See the EKO channel for previous posts.

Yamaha MX61 Music Synthesizer Demo with Cubase Integration

Published on Mar 18, 2016 Kraft Music

"Find exclusive MX61 and MX49 BUNDLES at Kraft Music

Blake Angelos from Yamaha demonstrates the MX-61 Music Synthesizer keyboard at Kraft Music.

The Yamaha MX-61 is a 61-key music synthesizer that combines more than 1,000 voices from the Motif XS series, bi-directional USB Audio/MIDI interfacing, extensive hands-on controls for VSTs and DAWs, and lightweight design (less than 12 lbs.) with a quality keyboard, all at a groundbreaking level of affordability.

Kraft Music's exclusive BUNDLES include all the accessories you need for your Yamaha synth setup, whether for home, the stage, or the studio. If you have any questions, give us a call. Our expert product specialists can help with choosing the right synthesizer and bundle for you!"

Wet dreams with Maestro synthesizer (played by Funky Fima)

Published on Mar 18, 2016 DeepIodok

"All synth sounds are from Maestro synthesizer with Logich mods,

all drums by Boss DR-110,

a little external reverb and delay fx was used."

Free Roland TR​-​808 E​-​mu SP​-​1200 Soquelle Sample Kit

You can hear this exact TR808 kit used on Soquelle's tracks such as Godfather.

"Soquelle has created a free sample kit from our Roland TR-808 drum machine and E-Mu SP-1200 sampler. Get the classic TR-808 bass, snare, clap and hi hats!

What makes this Roland TR-808 sample kit different from all the rest?
These samples were captured first through an E-mu SP-1200. They were then recorded through an Api Channel Strip into an Antelope Orion AD/DA. No effects, eq or processing was applied to the samples other than the natural sound of the TR-808, SP-1200 and Api preamps. So not only will you get the awesome TR-808 sound with the 12-bit crunch of the SP-1200, you're also getting the sweet warm analog flavor of an Api preamp.

Sample kit Includes the following 21 samples:
Closed Hat
Cow Bell
Cymbal Short
Hi Conga
Kick Endless
Kick Reverse

OTO Machines Bim short and fast stereo delays

Published on Mar 18, 2016 duncanperson's channel

"Some solo time with the Bim. Stereo chorus effects, 'freeze' mode, and some other heavy delays. Sorry about the clipping people! There might be a bit of big sky reverb mixed in, can't remember :o I did not use the JU-06's chorus (even though it sounds good)

The BIM is a very controllable delay, and the biscuit really expands its potential. The modulation control is nice with multiple LFO waveforms. I'm having trouble using the Ping Pong mode, but the other modes sound great. The filters really make the delay sound fat of clean or any combination - it's the perfect feature to allow the repeats to sit perfectly in a mix. In my video I have the input gain set to max to make use of the built in limiter. Freeze is a cool feature, and can be set to backwards or forwards and its MIDI controllable. As with the biscuit (still going great after 6 years), build quality is brilliant! It was hard to wait so long for the new OTO product but this new one is sure to be a classic and get lots of studio love :)"

Roland Juno-60 vs. Korg Polysix Analog Synthesizer (1982)

Published on Mar 17, 2016 RetroSound

"(c) 2016 vintage synthesizer demo by RetroSound

Roland Juno-60 vs. Korg Polysix analog synthesizer battle

Both synths are made in 1982. One VCO (Polysix) + Sub-Osc. and one DCO (Juno-60) + Sub-Osc, analog filter and amp, internal fx unit with chorus 1&2 (JU-60) and chorus, phaser and ensemble (P-6), arpeggiator, no MIDI and 6 voices.

For the sound battle I have programmed near identical sound settings. Most without the internal fx.

The sound character is different and both are great. I think it is a matter of taste what you like. The Juno-60 sounds like 80s pop and the Polysix like 70s Disco."

PHOENIXSYNTH - Synth Meet Coming to Phoenix College March 26

via Analog Industries (Chris Randal of Audio Damage's blog):

"if you're in the PHX area on Saturday, March 26th, we have a synth meet at Phoenix College you should probably attend. I'll be there with the latest and greatest from AD, and Blue Lantern and Synthesis Technology will also be in attendance. It's free to one and all, and runs from 2PM to 6PM, as the picture above implies. Plenty of room, tables, etc. Bring your interesting shit. Nobody cares about your D50, so leave that at home..."

Bring the D50! It is the one digital synth from Roland's early days worth checking out. It introduced Linear Arithmetic synthesis. I always wanted one but never got around to picking one up. The JD-800 looks nice with all of the sliders and control, but I believe it's more standard PCM with a hint of LA synthesis. I haven't really looked into it, so if you know the differences please leave a comment below.

Roland JX-8P Polyphonic Synthesizer Keyboard

via this auction

Roland Jupiter-6 polyphonic synthesizer serviced

via this auction

Analog Synthesizer Check / Moog Theremin plus, Modular Synth, Volca Beats & Bass, Korg SQ-1 etc

Published on Mar 18, 2016 cosmicologne

"Analog Session vom 11.03.16. Einstöpseln und rumprobieren. Learning by doing. All Rights / Alle rechte @ Holy Chaos. Recordings LC02041"

Large Formant modular in there.


Floating from mudlogger on Vimeo.

"self generating eurorack modular"

Befaco - Rampage

Published on Mar 18, 2016 DivKidVideo

"Here's the Rampage module from Befaco a great dual function generator with loads of CV and added logic outputs. YES IT'S LIKE MATHS! and like Maths it's based on the Serge and Buchla slope / ramp generators.

As the ideas in the modules are used across many function generators and modules the video will serve a way to learn about those functions and ideas present on plenty of other modules.

Check the Patreon link below to see how you can support my channel and my continuation of making plenty of videos! :)"

MAM MB-33 // TUBE SCREAMER // Ibanez UE-400

Published on Mar 18, 2016 LESINDES

"ROLAND TB-303 clone MAM MB-33. Let it scream with the TUBE SCREAMER chip of IBANEZ UE-400."

Modular impro2

Published on Mar 18, 2016 SYNTH GURU

"Intellijel: Metropolis sequencer, Atlantis synthesizer module, Mutable Instruments: Peaks, Clouds, Shelves, Rings, S­tudio Electronics STE16

Warning:one volume peak at some point"

NS1 Synthesizer for IOS AudioUnit

Published on Mar 18, 2016 Synth Anatomy

"In this video, I give you a hands on the new IOS AU Synthesizer NS1. NS1 is a virtual analog Synthesizer which is only available as AudioUnit. The Synth comes also as standard app but this doesn't feature AudioBus or IAA. Additional in this video, I demonstrate quickly how to setup IOS AudioUnits in Steinberg Cubasis.

Loading AU Plugins in Cubasis 0:00 - 0:15
NS1 Synthesizer Demo 0:16 - 9:55"

NS1 – Virtual Analog Synth Audio Unit - Nikolozi Pty Ltd
Cubasis - Music Production System - Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH

Folktek Matter - /Cre^turə_ Feature

Published on Mar 18, 2016 Owen Canivet

"Self generating patch centred around Folktek matter module.

Sound sources:
Folktek matter
Intellijel shapeshifter (drone)
Make noise Phonogene (sample)


Archive: Top 20 Greatest Synths Episode 3

Episode 3 has been added to the main post here.

Patch pack 2 for Analog Keys/ Four CUCKOO

Published on Mar 18, 2016 cuckoomusic .

"Hello everyone!
It's time to release a new collection of sounds for the Analog Keys/ Four! My patch pack #2! :) Also, all the sounds have been sampled, so that you can enjoy the sounds with a sampler, drum machine, Live etc. in addition to the native Elektron Analog Keys/ Four.

Anyone who supports me through Patreon will have access to these files, (and all my other downloads as well).

Support me at Patreon:"

Fugue State

Published on Mar 17, 2016 Lloyd Barrett

"Demo of the Fugue Machine iOS app running 4 separate channels into a Nord Modular"

iTunes: Fugue Machine | multi-playhead sequencer - Alexandernaut

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