MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Nightmares for Daddy Poltergeist (Circuit & Volca FM)

Published on Apr 27, 2016 HardtekStudios

"This is my first video using my own custom samples in the Novation Circuit. The Volca FM is midi slaved to the Circuit."

You can find the track here:

Novation Circuit Review & iPad Editor
Novation Circuits on eBay | Novation Circuits on Amazon

Ploytec πλ² talks - Falconi "Dirty Dirty"

"The πλ² pl02.56 (SP0256-AL2 emulation) firmware takes all the vocals.

SE-1X (Bass)
SE-1X Red Eye (Lead 5ths)
Prophet '08 (phrasierter Step Sequencer Sound)
JX-3P (Pad)
Xpander (Brass)
PL 2 (Vocals)
ferner Symptohm (Lead), Lounge Lizzard (Rhodes) und Addicted Drums (Drums) als PlugIns"

PPG wave 2.2 Synthesizer (1982) - sound demo

Published on Apr 27, 2016 RetroSound

"(c) 2016 vintage synthesizer demo track by RetroSound

PPG wave 2.2 Hybrid Synthesizer from the year 1982

The PPG Wave 2.2 is the direct successor of the Wave 2 but with 2 oscillators. One of the greatest synths ever. A real classic!
Only 500 Wave 2.2 were manufactured.

The sound character is different to the later Waldorf Microwave synths and a little bit different to the Wave 2.3. The nice SSM 2044 filter make the sounds so warm and incredible.

- 8 Voices
- 2 to 16 Oscillators per voice
- 30 Wavetables with 64 waves per table
- analog 24 dB/oct lowpass SSM 2044 VCF
- Curtis CEM 3360 VCAs
- micro processor (6809)
- 8Bit DACs

Used by: Trevor Horn (Propaganda, Art Of Noise, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Grace Jones), Ultravox, Depeche Mode, Robert Palmer, Talk Talk, Tears For Fears, Thomas Dolby, The Fixx, Thompson Twins, Tangerine Dream, Gary Numan and much more"

Yamaha FS1R Formant Shaping FM Synthesizer SN OX01775

via this auction

L.L. Electronics Rozzbox One Synthesizer

via this auction

"LL Electronics Rozzbox One synthesizer module with the analog filter option. Includes manual & power supply. Power Supply is a 220V with euro style plug, so you will need a power converter... In very good condition, but has a small quirk/glitch upon start up. When you first plug this in and power it up it usually requires a reboot and reset of the MIDI channel. (MIDI seems to reset to 13 upon power down) After that though, it works fine. Its been like this since I acquired it from the previous owner several years ago. Due to this issue and Ebays strict listing guidelines I am forced to list it with the "for parts/not working" tag but it does work fine after resetting the MIDI channel"

Moogfest 2016 Announces Modular Marketplace Synth Event with Neuronics (ex Dewanatron) Debut

This is a bit of a double post. The press release from Moogfest follows further below. A number of known manufacturers are listed, however there is a new one you might not be familiar with, Neuronics. This will be their debut. I am curious what they will show as one half of Neuronics is Leon Dewan of Dewanatron, makers of the Swarmatron and other eccentric synthesizer creations. P.S. Great Make Noise T-shirt on the left! They are my favorite synth T, aside from mine of course. :)

"See, Hear, and Experience the Future of Music at the Moogfest 2016 Modular Marketplace

Free interactive bazaar gives everyone a chance to discover and test-drive next generation electronic musical instruments

Durham, North Carolina (April 27, 2016) - The Modular Marketplace at Moogfest 2016 reimagines the traditional trade show by creating a fun, interactive, educational space where electronic instrument designers connect directly with musicians, technology innovators, and the general public.

Over 25 companies selected for their cult status or game-changing ambition will demonstrate their instruments and offer a glimpse into the future of electronic music. Many of the entrepreneurs and designers behind these products will be in attendance, and almost all items are available for purchase.

Moogfest programming partner Kickstarter has ever curated a selection of three instruments, supported through its crowdfunding platform, to exhibit at the Modular Marketplace: the Artiphon INSTRUMENT 1, Sensory Perception by Sunhouse and Kilpatrick Audio.

The Modular Marketplace is one of the many highlights of Moogfest 2016, which celebrates the legacy of Bob Moog, the visionary engineer who pioneered the analog synthesizer and other technology tools used by artists like Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, and Kraftwerk. The four-day festival from May 19-22 will feature over 250 innovators in music, art, and technology -- from Gary Numan, GZA, Grimes and Laurie Anderson to virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier and transhumanist visionary Dr. Martine Rothblatt. For the first time, Moogfest takes place in Durham, North Carolina, a fast-growing capital of technology, culture and entrepreneurship.

'The Modular Marketplace is free and open to the public, giving everyone from school kids to technology influencers an opportunity to participate,' said Moogfest Festival Director, Marisa Brickman. 'A new generation of engineers and circuit designers are building on Bob Moog's legacy by creating new tools that are shaping the future of music and sound.'

The Modular Marketplace features product launches, daily demonstrations, sound experiments, exclusive discounts, and other special events. It takes place at the American Tobacco Campus at 318 Blackwell Street from 10am - 6pm from May 19 - 22.

Some highlights of the Modular Marketplace include:

Artiphon INSTRUMENT 1: Developed at The New Museum's NEW INC incubator and funded through a Kickstarter campaign that raised $1.3 million, the Artiphon INSTRUMENT 1 will make its public debut at Moogfest 2016. The groundbreaking instrument allows users of any skill or style to strum a guitar, tap a piano, bow a violin, or loop a drum beat -- all on a single interface. By connecting to iOS devices, Macs and PCs, this portable and durable musical tool can make any sound imaginable.

Audulus: Audulus is a virtual modular synthesizer environment for iOS, Mac, and Windows platforms. Throughout the festival, Audulus will be giving away copies of the deep and beautifully designed software to curious sonic voyagers. Simply come by the booth and get signed up.

Bastl Instruments: Based in the Czech Republic, Bastl Instruments in a community-driven company focused on producing handmade electronic musical instruments. Bastl Instruments will be displaying an eclectic robotic percussion set controlled by their Eurorack format synthesizer modules. Additionally Bastl Instruments will be offering 10% off discounts on their tabletop granular synthesizer - The Micro Granny.
Bleep Labs: Bleep Labs will launch the Thingamagoop 3 at Moogfest 2016, a light controlled synthesizer, effect and noise friend. Simple controls give musicians access to rich and diverse sounds, from simple square and triangle waves to FM laser battles.

Neuronics: Neuronics is an exciting new adventure in synthesis helmed by Leon Dewan and producer Josh Humphrey. Dewan is best known for the unique and visually striking analog synthesizers available with his company Dewanatron, whose flagship device, the Swarmatron creates the effect of a swarming hive of bees. Neuronics makes its debut at the Modular Marketplace.

Electric Objects: Electric Objects is the creator of E01, an Internet-connected screen designed specifically for art, capable of playing more than 10,000 works of digital art including video, animations, GIFs, high definition images, or web-based work. Electric Objects will be featuring works by performing artists and speakers at Moogfest 2016.

Kilpatrick Audio: Using both new and vintage circuits and cutting edge software, Kilpatrick Audio creates unique and interesting musical equipment designed to sound great, be fun to use, and to inspire musical ideas in the exploration of new sounds.

Luisa Perera & The Counterpointer: The Modular Marketplace will feature an auto-composing musical installation by coder and instrument designer Luisa Pereira. The counterpoint method Bach will be expressed through her instrument the Counterpointer and 3 Moog Mother-32 modular synths. This alludes to the work of the composer who made the Moog Modular famous, Wendy Carlos.

Make Noise: Based in Asheville, North Carolina, the home of Moog Music, Make Noise designs and builds Eurorack format modular synthesizers that incorporate "West Coast" design philosophies associated with synth pioneers Don Buchla and Serge Tscherpnin. Make Noise is presenting a demonstration of their new 0-Coast device during daytime programming.

To view the full list of Modular Marketplace exhibitors visit:"

Electro Labotomy 12 Oscillator Noise Box Tests

Published on Apr 27, 2016 electro lobotomy

"This will soon be listed in my etsy shop:"

AKAI AX60 Analog Synthesizer

via this auction

"AKAI AX60 in great shape. Great performance synth because of the split key functionality. Very unique tone. Two onboard choruses to choose from. Great for bass, leads, pads, fx. This synth is in great shape and has no known issues. Keep in mind the arpeggiator does not sync to midi clock. You will need an s-trig sync input. Not a big deal you can sync to Roland gear with a cheap trig converter."


via this auction

"Roland SH3A Analog Synthesizer in Excellent condition. It looks like it's a few weeks old. All sliders, keys, & functions work perfectly & feel like new. The sound & features are fantastic as this synth has the transistor-ladder filter which is thick & Moog-like. It's great for straight-ahead sounds & really shines at experimental, space-rock, & sound effects. The synth operates at 117 volts which means that in the USA, you do not need to lug a heavy power converter around as you would with the 100 volt models."

Making Music in Virtual Reality with the Oculus Rift and Leap Motion Orion

Soundscape WIP - Oculus CV1 and Leap Orion integration

Published on Apr 26, 2016 Sander Sneek

"For the last couple of weeks, I have been working on the CV1 + Orion integration in Soundscape.
I am pretty much blown away by the new tracking capabilities of the new Leap Motion Orion SDK."

First Oculus Rift post. Curious what else we will see over time.

Elektron Analog Four - User patches random stream

Published on Apr 27, 2016 synth-love

"Some of my patches for the A4 to help anyone who may not be able to use an A4 in person. All are in mono mode. Direct output from A4. A4 effects on some patches."

Sonic Potions - Superbooth16 - New Modules From the Maker of the LXR Drum Synth

Published on Apr 27, 2016 DivKidVideo

"It was great to meet Julian from Sonic Potions and I was surprised to see 3 new assembled modules, there was seemingly no whisper of those coming. All three looked and sounded ace! As did the new DIY kit."

New modules from the maker of the LXR Drum Synth:

Mal-2 Erisian noise generator

"Mal-2 is a random signal generator. It has 2 modes of operation to provide you with smooth random goodness.

In the first mode the CHANGE knob morphs from a cubic interpolated (sine like shape) random signal to a random walk function.

In the second mode the CHANGE knob sets the self similarity. On the minimum setting the signal is completely random. On the maximum setting the random sequence is locked to a repeating, identical 8 step sequence. In between the sequence slowly morphs to new shapes over time.


6 HP
12 bit CV output
through hole components DIY kit
Random gate output
CV inputs with attenuverter for both knobs
super slow cycles times up to lower audio range"

Moiré Dual phase modulation oscillator

Moiré is a digital dual FM oscillator.

It comes with 2 completely identical oscillator cores that can also be used independently.
Each oscillator is based on a sine core that is fed through different waveshapers to alter the waveform:

a saw shaper (achieved through self modulation)
a rectange shaper (hard clipper with adjustable gain and offset)
a wavefolder with adjustable gain and offset

Further each oscillator can modulate the phase of the other oscillator for yamaha style FM synthesis.


28 HP
16 bit / ~80kHz
All parameters CV controllable

Manifold Time and Space Machine - Delay & Reverb

"Manifold is a versatile delay and reverb module that provides a great set of different algorithms.

Currently implemented are:

Basic delay without pitch changes during delay time changes
Granular pitch shifting delay
Tape delay with moving tape head and variable tape speed
Granular glitch delay
Multitap delay
Double delay (2 independent delays with separate IOs)
BBD delay
2 Reverb algorithms
Chorus/Ensemble/Flange delay

The delay times can be synced to external clock sources up to audio range (about 4kHz) or the clock can be synced using the tap tempo button. While the delay times are synced, the time knob acts as a clock multiplier and divider. Synced to an external oscillator the delay can be used for karplus strong synthesis.

Most algorithms provide a second audio IO to route the feedback through external modules, including the reverbs.

Instead of a range switch, there is a second knob to adjust the range of the time knob seamlessly from a few milliseconds up to several seconds of delay time.


20 HP
16 bit / 48kHz
based on an STM32 ARM CPU with 8Mb of external SRAM"

Malaclypse Fractal Noise Generator

Malaclypse is a sophisticated random signal generator inspired by the Perlin-Noise algorithm. Perlin Noise is used in procedural computer graphics to generate landscapes, so the module is capable of creating signals that resemble the flat grass hills of Ireland as well as the ragged shapes of the Swiss alps and everything in between and above.

At the core of the module is an analogue noise source that can be fed through an interpolator to gradually alter its shape. The modes implemented are:

No interpolation - results in S'n'H like staircase signals
linear interpolation with or without resonance
cubic interpolation
treshold mode - results in vinyl like cracks and pops

Up to 10 octaves of these random signals, each with double the frequency, can be stacked on top of each other with decreasing volume. The volume ratio can be set with the DECAY knob.

The SIMILARITY knob sets the self similarity of the signal. With similarity all cranked up, the same sequence will be repeated over and over again. The more you lower the similarity setting, the more all the values will slowly drift away from their position with each cycle. Great for slow evolving modulation sequences!

The module goes down to about half an hour cycle time between 2 values and reaches full audio rate as well. Thus the module can also be used as an oscillator (similarity all cranked up) or a noise source that provides different colours of noise.

External audio and CV signals can also be manipulated. As soon as you plug in an external signal to the input, the internal random signal generator is replaced with audio samples from the input. Now the FREQUENCY knob acts as a sample rate reducer and the interpolator can still filter and reshape the input signal.

The module is syncable to external clock sources up to audio range. In sync mode the frequency knob acts as a multiplier/divider and the divided/multiplied clock is available on the clock output.


4MS DLD as looper by Baseck

Published on Apr 27, 2016 baseck


other modules used
Noise Engineering: Basimilus Iteritas, Variatic Basicus (My pro Baseck Module!)
Mutable Instruments: Elements

The Harmonic Tone Generator from 1964

You might remember James Beuchamp's Harmonic Tone Generator posted back in December (be sure to see that post for other bits of synth history). Skot Wiedmann, the man behind Motus Mavis and the Hyve touch synthesizer, wrote in to let us know a new article on the story behind the Harmonic Tone Generator, including an NPR piece, just went up today on the University of Illinois' Public Media website here. Be sure to click through for the audio and the full post. Below is just an excerpt for the archives.

"One of the earliest synthesizer structures was invented in the University of Illinois’ Experimental Music Studio in the early 1960s as part of one of the first computer instruments – The Harmonic Tone Generator.

From Left to Right: The Original Harmonic Tone Generator, James Beauchamp constructing the Harmonic Tone Generator, a close up of one of the original instrument's panels
James Beauchamp sits at a workbench tuning three circuit boards before installing them in the Harmonic Tone Generator. This picture was taken in 1964.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of James Beauchamp
“A lightbulb went off and I decided: we build electronics for audio, we record using electronics in playback, but what about making music or sounds from electronics to begin with?” said James Beauchamp, a research professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois.

He completed the Harmonic Tone Generator in 1964 as part of his PhD project in electrical engineering."

Pictured: "James Beauchamp sits at a workbench tuning three circuit boards before installing them in the Harmonic Tone Generator. This picture was taken in 1964.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of James Beauchamp"

Pictured: "The original Harmonic Tone Generator and its next generation counterpart side by side in the Sousa Archive

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Mark Smart"

Roland THE GREAT HERITAGE Vintage Synth Book Limited to 1000

via this auction

"Up for sale is extremely rare "Roland The Great Heritage" book printed in year 2000 in Japan published by Rittor Music, high lighting historical analog synthesizers and drum machines Roland produced in the late '70s - early '80s.

This book compiles full original owner's manuals of classic machines, description of each models, and the history of Roland as to how they began and created its golden age written in Japanese.

Machines featured in this book are -
Super-Jupiter MKS-80

There were only 1,000 copies of these printed and was sold out instantly. Each copy has Numbering printed on the certificate as pictured, this copy is numbered 0222 out of 1000. The front and back cover has slight wear and blemish, but the pages are clean and pristine and in nice cosmetic condition.

Definitely a very nice and rare collectible for all analog vintage synth collectors!"

Gristleizer on Gristleizer: Erica Synths Ringmod Edition

Published on Apr 26, 2016 Bimini Road

"This is a tabletop Endangered Audio Gristleizer feeding into an Erica Synths Fusion Series Tube Ringmod with the Eurorack version of the Gristleizer acting as the carrier, with some feedback loops thrown in. With the right settings, you can get tube glitch beats out of this setup - the Tiptop stackable cables seem like a no-brainer for anyone who likes to freely experiment with feedback. This is just 16 minutes of noise I'm making with them - skip around to hear how the sound evolves over time. (the 104 hp skiff)"

Generative feedback Turing Machine MkII & DU-RDT patch

Published on Apr 27, 2016 vcoadsr

"This patch is centred around the Turing Machine MkII and the DU-RDT module as both generative and in a feedback loop.
The pulse out of the Turing machine was routed to the DU-RDT D flip-flop input and the output was then sent back to the Turing Machines Locking CV input. So a high output from the DU-RDT locked the Turing machine CV pattern, a low would allow a random sequence to be created.

The CV out from the Turing was sent to both the Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas & Make Noise Telharmonic pitch in and the trigger output from the LFSR part of the DU-RDT to the Basimilus Iteritas trigger in.

ALMs Pamela's workout is clocking all 4 LFOs of the XAOC Batumi Quad LFO at various odd slow divisions of the main clock from the Circadian Rhythms and these 4 LFOs were sent to the Erbe-verb decay, HH909 pitch, BI attack and Flame FX16.

Drum duties are the Jomox ModBase 09 & Tiptop HH909.

For reverb and delay the Make Noise Erbe-verb & Echophon as sends from the Mackie Onyx 1220i."

Korg Volca FM - 3 - How to import Sysex DX7 Patches using DEXED

Published on Apr 27, 2016 GUITARGUITAR

You can find the DEXED editor here and GuitarGuitar's tutorial post here. You might remember it from Sonicstate's Volca FM posted earlier here. Per that video unfortunately the Volca FM does not respond to realtime sysex editing.

KORG Volcas on eBay | KORG Volcas on Amazon

Previous videos:

Korg Volca FM - 1 - In Depth 'Out of the Box' Patch Demo

Korg Volca FM - 2 - Hands on with the new features - Warp Active Step, Arpeggiator & Pattern Chain

Introducing ITVL - Semi-Generative Step Sequencer for Mac & Windows

Introducing ITVL a new kind of step sequencer

Published on Mar 18, 2016 Klysoft Music

"ITVL (interval) is a new kind of step sequencer, it is in between generative and traditional step sequencing."

Full details at:

Roland SH 3 Vintage Rare Diode Ladder Filter Model - SN 230296

via this auction

"Condition -
Physical - Few body marks and scuffs (40+ year old synth, see pictures)
Functional - LFO #1 is not responding, however the LFO #2 is working fine
All other paramaters, sliders, switches, knobs, and buttons seem to be functioning fine.

Sold AS IS -
Buyer understands he is purchasing a product with the LFO#1 not working.

Synthesizer works fine other than what I started before about the LFO issue. SH3 has the 1st version Ladder filter that is a very rare SH 3 not the SH3A version. SH 3 version is more sought after compared to 3A"

Rhodes Chroma with Expander

via this auction

Classic Roland Juno-106 Keyboard Synthesizer

via this auction

Roland SH-101 monophonic synthesizer serviced

via this auction

Teisco S-100P Vintage Analog Synthesizer SN 4617

via this auction

"Up for sale is a rare Teisco S-100P vintage analog monophonic synthesizer from 1979. This is a similar preset synthesizer to the Roland's SH-2000 and the ARP Pro Soloist of the same era, featuring 32 different voices with each voice able to be modified through various effects and touch sensitivities.

The unit appears to be working fine as I tested, all the keys and sound switches and knobs responding fine to the best of my knowledge. Its missing the metal part of the Transpose switch as pictured, the transpose is still switchable but the pitch seem to become slightly unstable when you move the switch, which could do with some servicing. Otherwise no noticeable scratch noise or bad response on the knobs and sliders.

Cosmetically the unit is in nice condition as you can see. There are some wear and marks here and there, with slightly bent switches and light damage on one of the switch heads as shown, but nothing too major. I'm including plenty of pictures so you can see exactly how it looks."

macbeth micromac d desktop analog synth

via this auction

Overview videos from macbeth synthesizers below.
"Up for sale is one of the best desktop analogue synthesizers, the
amazing MacBeth Micromac-D. The synth is in mint condition,bought it 1,5 years ago from,kept it in a non smoking studio. Here is a description from


The Micromac-D is a small and powerful, fully analog standalone desktop synthesizer. It is the expanded version of the Eurorack module Micromac-R including the Kenton MIDI-Interface and some extra features. Unlike his competitors it has three voltage controlled oscillators and a classic Moog lowpass filter, as a tiny desktop synth it could become indeed the bonsai-version of the* M5* the huge MacBeth synthesizer!


The desktop version of the Micromac has not just CV and gate inputs to play the synth but also a MIDI/CV interface from Kenton, who stand for very reliable and stable interfaces .. and a few news with the additional LFOs:

3VCOs: VCO1 and 2 have saw, pulse, triangle and sine waveforms and the pulse width can be voltage controlled by external CVs. A low frequency noise with level control is available as well. VCO 1 can hard sync VCO2. VCO3 can be used as a modulation oscillator and can be disconnected from the master CV. Modulation targets are filter cutoff frequency and/or pitch of VCOs1and2. All VCOs have individual outputs, coarse and fine frequency controls, separate CV inputs for controlling frequency and pre-filter level controls.

The filter is a Moog 24dB lowpass filter. It´s input is a mixture of all three VCOs and noise. The cutoff frequency can be controlled by the first envelope generator as well as by an external CV. The filtertracking is switchable between off / half / full (0%, 1V/oct and 1.5V/oct).

The envelopes are ADSRs with a switchable release parameter thats time is depending on the decay parameter, just like the Minimoog. The filter envelope can be also used to control VCO2´s pitch what sounds great when VCO2 is synchronised. Furthermore you can invert this envelope´s characteristic. The second envelope modulates the VCA. If an external CV is patched to the VCA the internal modulation is broken up. A momentary button allows for manual triggering of the envelopes


MIDI input
CV in, CV out (1V/Oktave), Gate In, Gate out.
3x frequency CV inputs for VCO 1-3. 2x PWM CV inputs for VCOs 1 &2;
external audio input pre-VCF, individual outptus for VCO 1-3,
CV input for filter cutoff, external audio input pre-VCA, Main-Out


Desktop synthesizer in a stable metal case, approx. 31 x 14 big with a
depth of 8cm. External 50W power supply.

For more details please visit:"

Micromac D Part One: Introduction

Published on Oct 4, 2013 macbethsynthesizers

"This is the first video aimed to demonstrate the diverse capabilities of the three oscillator desktop sized MacBeth X-Series Micromac-D analogue synthesizer. In this video, I briefly explain the functionality of the unit. Next video to follow..Thanks for watching!"

Micromac D Part Two: Oscillators

Published on Oct 7, 2013

"This is the second video aimed to demonstrate the diverse capabilities of the three oscillator desktop sized MacBeth X-Series Micromac-D analogue synthesizer. In this video, we get to hear what the Oscillator section does, plus a few extras! As always, when things get going- hows does one adequately show what the potential of this thing has? Watch on...........there's some Trio-phony too!"

Korg MS-10 with Original Soft Case & Japanese Panel Overlay Serviced by Steve Jones

via this auction

"Korg MS-10 with original Korg soft case and panel overlay. Excellent cosmetic condition with the exception of two plugged holes where modifications were removed and the synth returned to factory spec. (See photos)

Work performed:

Full professional end to end electronic service in April, all electrolytic and tantalum capacitors replaced with new components and everything tested and calibrated. Unit is Australian voltage.

Available for inspection and pick-up in Sydney in Marrickville from Steve Jones Directly.

Tested and serviced in April by vintage synth expert Steve Jones to ensure that the unit is in excellent working order so buy with full confidence."

Soviet Analog Synthesizer Polivoks \ Поливокс

Published on Apr 27, 2016 Cyril Saar

"TestinG legendary Polivoks"

Dronescape with Frequency Sound Generator for IOS

Published on Apr 27, 2016 Synth Anatomy

"Please support me on Patreon if you enjoy my content:

A new IOS developer just released some new apps, one of these is the Frequency Sound Generator. Frequency Sound Generator is a simple wave form sound generator and oscillator. It is easy to use tool so you can create high variety of sounds and signals in just few seconds.

For creating my drone sounds, I combine this app with the eaReckon EAReverb 2 via Inter Device Audio."

iTunes: Frequency Sound Generator - Aleksandar Mlazev

Waldorf Blofeld All Sounds

Published on Apr 27, 2016 muzykujkropkacom

Walforf Blofeld Arp

u-he at Superbooth16

Published on Apr 27, 2016 uheplugins

"Superbooth16 in a few words: stunning 1950s architecture of the Funkhaus Berlin, walls of modular synthesizers, late afternoon riverside absinthe drinks, old friends, new technology and captivating musical performances. At times the whole event felt like equal parts festival and trade show. A wonderful experience.

Now... when is the next one?

But better than words is a video capturing some of our fun."

Buchla 250e Dual Arbitrary Function Generator Tutorial & Demo

Published on Apr 27, 2016 Buchla BEMI

Buchla 250e Arbitrary Function Generator Tutorial & Demo by Adam Clark.

0:00 - Intro/Stage Array/Loops
2:28 - Time Section
4:59 - MIDI
6:06 - Voltage Section
8:06 - Pulse Outputs
9:39 - Stage Addressing
10:48 - External Inputs
13:43 - Mode

Thomas Strauß VCF Modul

Published on Apr 27, 2016 Thomas Strauß

"Homemade vcf-module. The circuit diagram is based on a new 6dB lowpass cell, registered as utility patent 2013 in Germany (DE20 2013 009 591U1)."

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