MATRIXSYNTH: Thursday, June 2, 2016

Thursday, June 02, 2016

Ace Tone (Roland) Rhythm Ace FR-6 + Roland RE-201 Space Echo test

Published on Jun 2, 2016 SubTokyoShop

"Ace Tone (Roland) Rhythm Ace FR-6
+ Roland RE-201 Space Echo test

recorded with Drawmer LX20 compressor"

subtokyoshop on eBay

Oberheim OB-X Vintage Analog Synthesizer (1979) "Erstmal Wind..."

Published on Jun 2, 2016 RetroSound

"(c) 2016 vintage synthesizer demo track by RetroSound

all synthesizer sounds: Oberheim OB-X Analog Synthesizer from the year 1979
drums: Roland TR-808 (1982)
recording: multi-tracking without midi
fx: reverb and delay

The OB-X also called the Oberfett (engl. Oberphat) is the fattest polyphonic analog synthesizer ever. The sound is very different to the later OB synths."

Lost in Space Again (Modular Synthesizer and Korg Volca Sample)

Published on Jun 2, 2016 TheKraist

"This is Braids in CSAW mode, filtered by a Doepfer A-105 SSM. The reverb and delay is from Mutable Instruments Clouds."

Korg Synthe-Bass SB-100 Analog Synthesizer SN 780343

via this auction

Update via Steven Cain in the comments:

"It is actually based off of the MaxiKorg K3 (800DV) from the era. From the same lines as the 700, 700S and 770, the 800DV had an architecture more closely resembling this than any of the other 3 models, mainly in that the controls were set on a faceplate instead of in an organ topping design as the 700 & 700S were. The sliders and switches are the exact same as the 800DV, and if my guess is correct (I have unfortunatly not had the pleasure of playing one) it is in the deep 64' waveform the 800DV offered, a truly floor rattling range, far beyong the standard 32' offered on most synths since."

Original auction description:

"The Sound.
This thing is unbelievably fat. It's a one-oscillator monosynth, but they really do not make them like they used to. It has a smooth but slightly gritty sound all of its own. It does not sound like the syruppy-sweet Roland synths of the same era, and it also does not sound like the MS-20 and other MS-series synths that KORG released starting in 1978. The filter is most likely based either on the MiniKorg 700 or the 770 from the same era. There are five selectable waveforms: Triangle, Square, Saw, Pulse and "Phaser". All of them sound organic, alive and FAT. The Triangle wave seems to have some kind of attack transient at the beginning that gives it a girthy bass kick kind of sound. I suspect the "Phaser" form is either PWM or something similar. How it is achieved is beyond me. I have gigged with it live and it sits very nicely at the bottom of a mix. This thing just oozes power. Additionally, even though the keyboard is only 25 keys (two octaves), the user can select three different octave ranges, extending the full range to five octaves. In the higher range, even though it is a "bass" synth, it gives you a great seventies style prog lead--instant Keith Emerson, should you need it. It can everything from singing lead lines to fat bass plucks to duck farts.

This is an idiotically simple synth to use (I mean that in the best way possible). There are no modulation routings, no LFO, minimal envelope control. However, the simplicity is actually a strength. There is no setting that sounds bad. The designers really tuned it right--it's one big sweet spot. There is a "Brightness" switch (Resonance) which is either on or off. There is a full "Traveler" (filter cutoff) slider that is usable enough. No mod wheel here, but a couple pitch up and down buttons. It fits in a suitcase style tolex case and it just looks hip. I loved bringing this thing to performances and opening it up and sticking it on a stand. Though envelope controls are few, there is enough control to shape healthy bass sounds.

Additionally, if you are interested in a MIDI retrofit, there is already a place for a 5-pin MIDI socket. As this was created years before MIDI, you might wonder why. It seems that there may have been a plan for a DIN socket for some type of control, so they punched the hole in the housing of these models but then never used it. It is located right beside the power switch.

As should be evident from the pictures, the whole tolex case is intact. It features the letters "TGHS" on the front in white. This is most likely from a high school band, and I do not know the origin. Functionally, it is in 100% working order, which still amazes me sometimes as it is 40 years old."

Roland SH-101 SN 320382

via this auction


via this auction

Roland SH-101 Analog Synthesizer + RE-150 Space Echo test

Published on Jun 2, 2016 SubTokyoShop

"Roland SH-101 Analog Synthesizer + RE-150 Space Echo test

SH-101 controlled by Arturia Beatstep with CV/Gate"

subtokyoshop on eBay

Future Retro Introduces the 512 Touch Keyboard Playing the Arp 2600 & Buchla Music Easel

Future Retro 512 Touch Keyboard Playing the Arp 2600

Published on Jun 2, 2016 FutureRetroSynths

"Simple test to show the Future Retro 512 keyboard controlling the Arp 2600 modular synthesizer."

Update: New video with the Buchla Music Easel added:

Future Retro 512 touch keyboard playing Buchla Music Easel:

Published on Jun 2, 2016

"Simple demo of the Future Retro 512 keyboard controlling the Buchla Easel. The 512 has an adjustable CV output so you can achieve .469V to 1.34V per octave control voltages to control a wide variety of synths including the common 1V/Oct synthesizers, and this 1.2V/Oct Buchla. Works with EML and EMS synthesizers too!"

New demos here: Future Retro 512 touch keyboard plays the EMS Putney, Minimoog Model D, EML 101, & Eurorack

Previous posts featured the assembly of the new 512 Touch Keyboard from Future Retro. We now have details and what it looks like completed.

Details via Future Retro

"The 512 is a capacitive touch keyboard, packed with a unique blend of truly musical features to enhance your creative experience. The 512 is available with or without the optional rack ears that allow it to fit in a standard 19" rack enclosure, taking up only 4u spaces.

Why is capacitive touch better? Quite simply, eliminating mechanical moving parts found in traditional keyboards makes a product that will never wear out, as mechanical keyboards do. No more intermittent key contacts, or failed aftertouch circuits to worry about! In addition, capacitive touch provides a much faster response time for playing notes, and allows multiple forms of expression to be executed by the performer.

There are five main functions of the 512. It can act as a keyboard, arpeggiator, sequencer, MIDI to CV converter, and MIDI to MIDI converter. The 512 can control both MIDI and CV/Gate synthesizers simultaneously. Pitch, Pitch Bend, Mod Wheel, Gate, Velocity, Aftertouch, and Clock are all available in both their MIDI and CV form. CV's follow the 1V/Oct standard with positive polarity Gate signals, allowing the 512 to control the majority of analog synthesizers both past and present.

The 512 provides 9 octave ranges for the 29 full-sized keys (although shorter in length than typical keys) with response to Velocity and Aftertouch. Users can define one of five different Velocity and Aftertouch curves to apply to the keyboard, and dial in the range for each curve to customize the response. The Pitch Bend provides positive and negative pitch bends, and the bend range can be adjusted for full or half range. Mod Wheel is also provided as a modulation source.


Super Nice Roland Jupiter-8 Cover from Stardust Synth Covers

via Stardust Synth Covers

Thought this one was particularly nice.  Be sure to check out their others.

Easel Orange Noise Study

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Todd Barton

"The Buchla Music Easel does not have a Noise Source. But . . . with some McGyvering: noise happens. The patch is title Orange Noise for all the orange colored patch cables it uses, not for the acoustically defined "orange noise". For better audio go to:"

Beatstep Pro + Kilpatrick Audio Phenol - Almost Giallo

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Genshi Media Group

"Another quick demo of the Beatstep Pro sequencing the Kilpatrick Audio Phenol synth. This one reminded me [a little bit] of the Giallo horror movie soundtracks of the 1970s/80s... again featuring the Teenage Engineering PO-12 Pocket Operator for beats, and the Eventide H9 for fx processing."

Plankton Electronics ARRHYTHMIA - GLITCH

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Plankton Elec

"Arrhythmia as a sound source. Instead of using it as a clock source we connected it directly to the audio output and mdoulated it with a square wave. Pulse wave noise!"

Buchla 200e & 200h Basic Module Installation

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Buchla BEMI

"Some modules have additional considerations. These modules will be addressed specifically in other videos."

RHTGM - Analog RYTM + OP-1 + Make Noise

Published on Jun 2, 2016 The Phantom Wave

"Rytm sending clock via the new machine IMPULSE to Make Noise's TEMPI + OP-1 Arpeggio"

Love the sequence numbers on the Teenage Engineering OP-1.

Live Synth Jam 42:Korg Volca, Roland Boutique, PO-12, Microbrute & MicroKorg

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Todd Smith

"This jam uses all internal sequencing. The Korg Volca Bass, Korg Volca Keys, Arturia Microbrute and Teenage Engineering PO-12 are all on sequencer duty. The Arturia Microbrute supplies a simple low end bass line while the Korg Volca Keys handles the lead synth sequence. The Korg Volca Bass supplies a short bass fade out sequence & Teenage Engineering PO-12 plays a 4 bar loop using 4 patterns in chain mode. The Microkorg and Roland Boutique JU-06 are played live. The Alesis QX49 controls the Roland Boutique JU-06 via midi. All this is recorded into Ableton which is used as a multi track recorder/mixer. Waves Supertap 6 is used for Delay. Enjoy !!

: Gear Used :

Korg MicroKorg
Korg Volca Bass
Korg Volca Keys
Roland Boutique JU-06
Teenage Engineering PO-12
Arturia Microbrute
Alesis QX49
Midi Solutions Quarda Thru
Behringer Micromix MX400
Tascam US-144mkII Audio Interface
Waves Supertap6 ( VST )
Ableton Live 8 ( Used as digital mixer / multi track )

Front 242 - No Shuffle (Instrumental Hardware Remake with Elektron and Bass Station 2)

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Calle Nilsson

"An instrumental remake of Front 242 - No Shuffle. Everything is programmed and arranged in the Elektron Analog Four and Analog Rytm. Noise and distorted synth is from the Bass Station 2 through the ProCo RAT pedal.
Audio recorded on the ZOOM H4n. No audio editing or processing.
Video recorded with the GoPro Hero 4."

Ripcord - The Plug 'n Play Anywhere USB Power Cable Seeks Funding on Kickstarter

Update: Ripcord is funded!

This one in via MATRIXSYNTH Member, Caroline who is working on Ripcord:

"Ripcord, the 5V to 9V USB cable, works with synths like the Korg Volca, is 78% funded in Kickstarter with 2 days to go

If you haven't seen Ripcord yet have a look at - it's for powering gear that needs voltages other than 5V from a USB port.

The small-batch version is in use by thousands of musicians all over the world right now, but we've redesigned it from the ground up, with more power and better features..

Gaz Williams and Nick Batt from Sonic State talked about it in their latest Volca Vibes video.

Any questions - get in touch at or with me, Caroline, at"

Acid Techno Live - Elektron Monomachine, Machinedrum & AIRA TB-3

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Matt Greer

"Acid Techno - Elektron Monomachine, Machinedrum & Roland AIRA TB-3. Performed and recorded live in one take. No DAW.

'Silvered Stomp' by Robots Against Children

Hi all,

So, I've come to realize something. I tend to get bored very easily using the same gear so I'm constantly pulling things off the shelves and putting them together in new configurations. I'm fortunate because I have enough gear to do that and it helps to keep me learning and engaged but it is probably not always the best thing to keep me getting better.

I've noticed that every time I put a brand new set up together, my first go with it is generally a little rough around the edges. It seems it takes me a while, through working several different tracks on the same set up, before I can really dial in the sound and music.

This track is a first go. More or less, just a "rough and tumble" acid techno workout to start dialing things in with this rig. There are things I certainly like about it but I can concede to myself that I have room to grow here. Regardless, I hope it is enjoyed. Hope you all are well."

Erica Synths Introduces New Black Wavetable VCO Eurorack Module

Erica Synths Black Wavetable VCO demo

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Erica Synths

"Erica Synths Black Wavetable VCO is a compact, fat sounding wavetable oscillator with expandable wavetable ROM chips."

via Erica Synths

"June 2, 2016
We believe that Black Wavetable VCO is one of the most compact (12 HP) wavetable VCO around! This fat sounding module features 16+ banks of selected waves: classical synths, FM synths, Erica modular, vowels and others. The VCO has separate -1 and -2 octaves suboscillator output, built in VCA and wave morphing feature for more pleasant sound. Additional ROM chips (sold separately) with extra wavetables are available to adapt the module to your style of making music.

16 wavetables of 16 waves
Additional ROM chips with extra waves
VC wavesurf
VC bank surf
Manual and VC bitcrush
Built in VCA
Wave morphing
Suboscillator output
3 suboscillator waves (-1 and -2 actaves)

Erica Black series are high-end modules with unique functionality. Only the highest quality components are used and all inputs and outputs are protected against undesired overvoltage. When designing the Black Series, we did not economise on the module width, we put design and usability first. Big knobs are assigned to functions that make difference in sound. The Erica Black series are a range of modules that together make an entire synthesizer.

More info
Price: 270€ (ex. VAT)
Available from and leading retailers worldwide!"

Oberheim OB-8 Keyboard Synthesizer SN C40301 with MIDI

via this auction

"PHYSICAL CONDITION - Amazing! There are few very small scratches, but it looks so great.

WORKING CONDITION - Perfect: Purchased about 2 years ago, used on multiple recordings, only studio use."

COA-Modular Serge Format Matrix Mixer

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Dmitri SFC

Yamaha Montage Tutorial 5 - Motion Control Sequencer 1

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Xephyron Digital

All parts here.

VGM #77: Listen to the Cries of the Planet (Final Fantasy VII)

Published on Jun 1, 2016 Ace Waters

"This one has been requested more than a few times, so I decided to return to the classic soundtrack of Final Fantasy VII to cover 'Listen to the Cries of the Planet'."

DSI Tempest & Prophet '08, Moog Mother-32 & Voyager XL, eurorack modular system, Elektron Analog Four, Kurzweil PC3X, Arturia Analog Experience.

New, Historical Bob Moog Timeline Features Rare Archival Material & Getting Geeky: Synthesizers and Brainwaves

via The Bob Moog Foundation:

"We are proud to announce the release of a new, historical Bob Moog timeline, which traces the historical evolution of Bob's professional path. With nearly 100 different posts, the timeline reveals brand new archival material, including some never before seen family photos, documents, and letters, as well as many points in Moog history that are little known.

This is the most comprehensive timeline on Bob Moog that you will find online.

Check out the timeline here.

All of the historical images on the timeline can be expanded for better viewing, and many of the posts have expandable text for those seeking a deeper understanding of Bob Moog's history.

We will continue to add to the timeline periodically. Be sure to check back and see what's new!

We have labored over this timeline, and we'd love to hear your feedback. Let us know what you think by emailing us at"

"Moog modular historian Thom Holmes returns with an examination of Richard Teitelbaum, who made the earliest and boldest use of the Moog in improvisational music, and was co-founder of the free improvisation ensemble Musica Elettronica Viva (MEV). Teitelbaum befriended Bob Moog and asked him to find a way to amplify sub-audio brainwaves to use as control voltages with the Moog synthesizer.

Read more about Richard Teitelbaum here."

Major Update Comes to Patterning: Drum Machine for iOS

iTunes: Patterning : Drum Machine - Olympia Noise Co.

"What's New in Version 1.1

In this update we’ve added a ton of new features to improve your creative workflow — including audio export, new and improved sync options, a more useful timeline, MIDI mappings, as well as interface improvements that make Patterning even more fun and inspiring to work with. As always, let us know if you have any questions or run into any issues.

Audio Export
Patterning now includes a highly configurable audio export function for getting your drum tracks out of Patterning and into the next stage of your process. It’s easy to turn your beats into perfect audio loops or entire songs in .WAV format. Bounce individual tracks or the main mix and save your files to AudioShare, iTunes File Sharing or using “Open in….” to save to Dropbox or other apps.

MIDI Mapping
Map your hardware MIDI controller to control mixer and sample settings, trigger pattern changes, and more. Assign CC’s, notes, or program changes to parameters using the MIDI learn function, and fine tune parameter ranges with the MIDI configuration menu. MIDI mappings can be imported from other songs to easily reuse your favorite mappings.

New & Improved Sync Options
A consolidated Sync menu makes your sync settings easier to configure. In addition to Ableton Link, Patterning now supports Inter-App Audio sync and a completely re-written MIDI Clock implementation. Inter-App Audio sync and transport controls are available when connected to the master Inter-App Audio port.

Korg Minilogue Sequencer Presets (part 1)

Published on Jun 2, 2016 synth-love

"Demo of the Minilogue preset sequencer patterns. I go through each pattern with the sequencer on. Afterward, I play a few notes of each patch without the sequencer so you can hear how the patch sounds without the sequence playing."

Access Virus C Analog Modeling Synthesizer SN 10200101

via this auction

Some great shots in this set.

Novation SUPERNOVA Rack Ver 4.1 20 VOICE ASM Synthesizer SN 007330

via this auction

Roland JP-8080 Analog Modeling Synthesizer SN ZM36982

via this auction

Roland JX-8P Vintage Synthesizer

via this auction

Vintage ARP Odyssey 2813 Analog Synthesizer

via this auction

"Good cosmetic condition, excellent working condition. Extensive recent restoration, including but not limited to: new bushings in the keyboard, new high quality capacitors, the controls have been removed, cleaned, and rebuilt, full calibration of the instrument. This item is clean inside and out, performs to a professional studio quality standard."

Korg Minipops 7 SN 61376

via this auction

"Very rare vintage Korg Minipops 7 drum machine. Excellent working order. All faders, pots, buttons and rhythms work exactly as they should. Comes with original vinyl cover (unfortunately someone has cut the cover around the handle of the machine to allow carrying while cover is on). This is the type used by Jean-Michel Jarre and Suicide.

In exceptional cosmetic condition. The only flaws are only visible on very close inspection - a few minute grains of corrosion in the annodised face of the machine. The body - top, sides and base are close to perfect.

Machine allows you to combine 2 separate rhythms at once"


via this auction

Pics of the inside below.

Digital Drum Machine (1983)
one of a kind ! professional modified with several modswitches to get extra samples and sounds (switch and mute) !
used by German (Berlin) music project TOK TOK !

DRUM MACHINE Main panel features a segment display, 13 dynamic trigger pads, 9 buttons and numeric pad.
Back panel terminal connectors:
- main outputs
- 6 seperate outputs
- clock out
- metronome out (it generates +5V pulses)
- tape interface
- Midi interface

VOICES main core 8 bits NEC D780C-1 CPU part of Z80 ZILOG family manages 6 channels polyphony, each channel features 2 settings:
- individual volume gain
- pitch tune quantised into 15 different steps.

WAVETABLE 13 PCM waveforms at 8 bits resolution stored on socket EPROMS Erasable Programmable Read Only Memories.
TECH: TOM channels are filtered by famous chip Curtis CEM3320.
potChannel 1: Bass Drum potChannel 4: Crash cymbal / ride Cymbal
potChannel 2: Snare / Rim potChannel 5: Open / closed HH
potChannel 3: Tom 1 / Tom 2* potChannel 6: Claps / tambourine / cabasa /cowbell

SEQUENCER record in real-time mode or step mode.
Recording quantisation at variable resolution levels from 1/2 to 1/96 in 10 values: 1/2, 1/4, 1/6, 1/8, 1/12, 1/ 16, 1/24, 1/32, 1/48, 1/96 or swing shuffle.

SYNC internal frequency tempo range from 40 to 250 BPM, sync mode available in 2 ways:
- external Midi clock
- analog sync IN at 24 /48 /96 PPQ resolution, but Drumtraks outputs only at 24 / 48 PPQ resolution.

MIDI each sound is triggered with velocity levels and pads output MIDI with dynamic.

- 3289 notes
- 99 patterns (100 measure)
- 99 songs
Data can be saved either tomidi exclusive dump or tape backup

included are 21 extra eproms - very hard to find ....."

Twigs: Alternate Firmware for Mutable Instruments Branches

Twigs: Alternate Firmware for Mutable Instruments Branches from Ari Russo on Vimeo.

"Twigs is an alternate firmware for Mutable Instruments' Branches Eurorack synthesizer module

It includes:
VC clock divider/multiplier
VC swing

For more information (+ source code) visit"

5U // Corsynth - C103 Frequency Divider/Multiplier

Published on Jun 2, 2016 DiscoverNoise

"DiscoverNoise 043-
5U 011-

Here is the demo of the Corsynth C103 Frequency Divider/Multiplier in 5U (MU). A lovely module to get some bangs into your modular sound. Shown here are all inputs and probably most of the combinations of multiply and divide. Tested was this module with a sine, saw and square wave coming from the CotK C921B (see my demo *cough*).

Corsynth C103:


System 1m Moon Sequence

Published on Jun 2, 2016 PaulLawlerMusic

"First test of the Roland System 1m. Modulated externally by the Octocontroller, and sequenced by the Kilpatrick K4815"

Carried With The Wind

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Jordan Rudess

"Carried With The Wind by Jordan Rudess. All performed on iPad using GeoShred and GarageBand"

iTunes: GeoShred - Wizdom Music LLC

Lil' Fonky - Fat Chance (synth jam)

Published on Jun 2, 2016 LilFonky

"Hip-hop/downtempo with a jungle middle section. This groove has been languishing on my sequencer for months. Finally got round to recording it just so I can put it to bed once and for all.

All recorded in one pass directly into Reaper via Focusrite Pro40. All hardware effects and instruments.

Synth Kit list:
E-mu XL-7 - sequencing, drums and synth pads
Dreadbox Erebus - solo synth
Roland MKS-50 - EP stabs
Korg Electribe 2 - Drums, synth pad, bell theme
Korg Volca Sample - Breakbeat
Z1 - Electric piano
MS-20 mini - bassline (a section)
SE Boomstar 4075 - bassline (b section)

Korg DRV-1000
Lexicon - mx200
Zoom MS-70CDR
Ibanez ES2
Probably some other stuff. I forget."

PO20 Arcade + Minilogue + Volca Sample

Published on Jun 2, 2016 K More

"Improvising on Teenage Engineering PO20 Arcade, Korg Volca Sample and Minilogue."

Roland MC-202 Sequencing (With Elements & DPO)

Published on Jun 2, 2016 11brassmonkey11

"I was kindly lent a Roland MC-202 for the week and I finally got some time to work out how this thing operates!

Here is me working out how to input a couple of basic riffs and sequencing some external euro rack gear (notably the Make Noise DPO and Mutable Instruments Elements).

It's a quirky little thing with that classic Roland sound. Although sequencing this is at times very frustrating, the 202 really excels at putting odd rhythmic ideas and what not (not demonstrated here)"

KORG M01 - Legacy (Art of Noise)

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Masami Hashimoto


I typed it a long time ago guy.
Try the legacy of Art of Noise in the M01.
Mr. is the array of Malik.

The KORG M1 was also ported to the iPad: KORG iM1 - KORG INC.

Storm 3003 & aBnormal - Heavy Dance [Elektron, Access, Epiphone, Waldorf, Korg & Roland Live Jam]

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Shock-HRz

"Jamming with a guitar-friend in my new studio.
Live performance by Simone Ciacci a.k.a. "Storm 3003" and Angelo Bresciani a.k.a. "aBnormal"
Select HD for a better experience!

Equipment used for this jam:

Simone Ciacci a.k.a. "Storm 3003":
- Elektron Analog Rytm
- Elektron Analog Four
- Access Virus TI
- Korg Kaosspad 3 + Kaossilator PRO
- Akai MPK25 + Waldorf Microwave XT + Roland JP8080

Angelo Bresciani a.k.a. "aBnormal"
- Epiphone Les Poul (Slash Limited Edition)"

snatches of dreams

Published on Jun 2, 2016 Matthew Tyas

"a live improvisation using a home made axoloti synth and a controller keyboard. The patches consists of 8 short mono midi sequencers, each with it's own sound."

Always get a kick out of people playing synths in the forest. One of the harmonica sounding background synth lines that weaves in and out (6:47) reminds me of COIL's The Snow Ep. Listen below at 1:00. Love that sound.

COIL the snow ep 01 driftmix

Published on Sep 3, 2013 dethronification

Beatstep Pro + Kilpatrick Audio Phenol - Just a quickie...

Published on Jun 1, 2016 Genshi Media Group

"Just a quick test... two sequencer tracks of the Arturia Beatstep Pro sequencing the two Oscillators of the Kilpatrick Audio Phenol synth. The Phenol is then going out to the Eventide H9 for processing (using a 3 Octave Divider algorithm.) Teenage Engineering PO-12 Pocket Operator for beats."

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