MATRIXSYNTH: Sunday, June 19, 2016

Sunday, June 19, 2016

u-He RePro Demo


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Mark Ireland

"u-he RePro demo - using the bassline from the theme to Get Smart (a 60s spy parody TV show)

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Creamware Prodyssey ASB


via this auction

"Creamware Prodyssey ASB virtual analog MIDI synth desktop module in excellent condition. Emulates ARP Odyssey controls and sound, but also with 12-voice polyphony (plus mono mode), built-in effects (chorus/flanger and delay), velocity and aftertouch response, 128 factory and 128 user presets, USB remote control software editor / librarian, and a choice of Creamware's Minimax filter or their Odyssey filter."

Radikal Technologies RT-451 vs. Spectralis II Groove


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Jörg Schaaf

"I fed a multitrack recording of a Spectralis II groove into a subgroup of my mixing desk. The signal went straight into an old Behringer Composer and from there into the RT-451 dual multimode filter. The output of the filter went back into a stereo channel of my desk and from there via USB into the computer. You can listen to the different filter types of the RT-451."

Vintage 1979 Roland CR-78


via this auction

"This CR78 works perfectly and has been recently serviced by an expert. Every slider and knob moves smoothly and it functions and sounds just as good as when it was sold new in 1976"

Elka Synthex SN 1240


via this auction

Buchla LEM4 Snoopy Modular Synthesizer


via this auction

Eurorack Modular Dance Jam


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Ariel Raguet

"Ariel Raguet

Eurorack Modular Dance Jam

Make Noise Wogglebug, Make Noise Maths
Pittsburgh Multi, Make Noise STO
Make Noise Echophon, Intellijel Dixie II
AJH Synth Minimod, Pittsburgh Synthesizer Box
Sputnik Modular QFTS, Intellijel Hex VCA
WMD Micro Hadron Collider, 2 x Korg, SQ-1
Korg Volca Sample, Zoom MS-70CDR"

Lissajous : KORG minilogue


Published on Jun 19, 2016 karenevil

"Using oscilloscope for visualizer with minilogue :D
DIY camera attachment for ZOOM Q4 ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LY-x... ) was used to shoot the Lissajous figure on the CRT of analog oscilloscope."

Impro Microkorg+Volca Beats+Volca FM


Published on Jun 19, 2016 SYNTH GURU

"testing Microkorg's arpeggio, midi clock sent to Volca Beats, sync from Beats to Volca FM"

Strohm'


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Ebotronix

Strohm²


4ms Peg, QCD/Expander, QPLFO, RCD, VCA Matrix
Analogue Systems RS 110²²
Bananalogue Serge VCS
Cyndustries Zeroscillator ~0~ mdm² ~ quadring for Anti²²s
Doepfer R 2m², A133², A134²², A143-2
A151²², A175²²²,A185-2(14x),A138a²²b²²c²²²
Flame Chord Machine² , Q Slider²
foh choices
Make Noise Brains PP², Maths², Moddemix²², Optomix,
QMMG, René, Wogglebug²
Malekko Anti ²², Unkle²², Jag
Moog Freqbox²², MP201
Roland SVC 350 Vocoder, System 100 Sequencer
SSL Modulation Orgy
Tip Top Audio Z 8000
Toppobrillo Quantimator² (blues)
Logic masterclock to Kenton Pro 2000
FX : Boss VF-1, Line 6 Echopro, Lexicon MX 400, TC M 3000
mackie the mixer²
drums Ultrabeat
vid #1545

Analogue sequencer plays Juno 6 + Telemark + Yamaha CS10 + Tecbug ds8


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Michal Patulski

"100% CV/Gate connections. Hope you'll enjoy it."

The SOMA Laboratory LYRA-8 Organismic Synthesizer


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Vlad Kreymer

"Unique analog organismic synthesither for soundscapes, FXs, pads, complex textures. The term "Organismic” means that all its modules are intertwined by many nonlinear connections and work in an entangled state, modifying each other, much like organs and systems in live beings. That allows for getting complex, diverse, fluid textures from a relatively simple construction.

Created by SOMA laboratory
omhohom@gmail.com"

Update via Vlad Kreimer in the comments: "There will be CV IN for voices with choosing of destination and amount and CV IN for delay time modulation . Also will apear EXTERNAL AUDIO IN that turns LYRA to cool FX processor. Any digital ins not planed yet, cause it kill LYRA specific sound that has absolutely analog circuit. For using digital control i need rearrange main parts of circuit. May be it will becomes later at the next models."

"Japanese Pebbles" - New Age theme


Published on Jun 19, 2016 SynthMania

"New Age theme with Roland JV-2080 (all sounds) and AMS DMX 15-80S (delay). Reverb: MidiVerb II patch 29. Loops, recording: Cakewalk Sonar X3 professional"

Elder Scrolls III - Morrowind Theme - Yamaha Montage


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Earmonkey Music

"Totally nerding out here....Just the theme from one of the best video games ever created, that I had to play on one of the best synths ever created. That is all. (For those interested, the is the CFX Padded preset patch on the Montage)."

Möbius Jams & Demos


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Möbius

Playlist:

1. Möbius - Electro Clash
"Live-Jam with SP LXR (sequencing, syncing, drums, subbass, arp), MAM MB 33 II (bassline), MFOS WSG (drones, lead) and additional effects from lexicon MX 200."

2. Möbius - The Sketch (Live-Jam with SP LXR, MAM MB33-II and MFOS WSG)
"This is a little live-jam with Sonic Potions LXR, MAM MB33-II and Music From Outer Space WSG.
Chorus and Delay were added by Lexicon MX-200.
The video was edited with Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13 to achieve the pencil drawing and the one-color effect."

3. Möbius - Acid Jam (MAM MB33 II + Sonic Potions LXR)
"Live acid jam featuring MAM MB33 II sequenced by Sonic Potions LXR.
External effects are from Lexicon MX200."

4. Möbius - Neptune's Revenge (Spectral Audio Neptune 2)
"This is a demo track of the Spectral Audio Neptune 2 mono synth (10 x Overdub).
It was part of the "One Synth One Voice" challenge at www.sequencer.de (in german):
http://www.sequencer.de/synth/index.p..."

5. Möbius - Time Loop (Electro Jam with Sonic Potions LXR)
"This is an Electro Jam I did with my Sonic Potions LXR.
No external FX was used. Just pure LXR. :)"

6. Möbius - Time Machine (Jam with MFOS WSG + Sequencer)
"This is a little Jam with my dual voice "Weird Sound Generator (WSG)" by "Music From Outer Space" with integrated 8 step sequencer based on the "Baby10" design. I was lucky that everything fits perfectly into an old VHS case. :)
No external effects were used."

7. Möbius - Ambient Jam (Sonic Potions LXR + MFOS WSG)
"Ambient Jam with Sonic Potions LXR triggering a MFOS WSG with integrated 8 step sequencer. For the WSG an external delay was used."

Future Retro 777 SN FR3D714990088


via this auction

Roland GR-500 Guitar Synthesizer and Guitar


via this auction

"Roland GR 500 guitar and synth board controller together as one!"

Bernie Worrell with the New Minimoog Model D at Moogfest


via @moogmusicinc

"The man that made Moog bass what it is. Without him there is no funk. The GOAT, @BernieWorrell at #Moogfest2016. ♥️🎹"

Click here for a quick video of Bernie playing the new Minimoog Model D.

You can find his YouCaring page here.

Church Of Super Serge 6/18/16


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Dmitri SFC

Starts with Verbos Electronics eurorack system.

Update:

part2 SLOPE114 live 4 ChurchOfSuperSerge


part3 SLOPE114 Live 4 ChurchOfSuperSerge

Little Sunday Modular Jam


Published on Jun 19, 2016 moondustweb

"A little Jam with Verbos, Synthesis Technology and Sputnik Modular.
The Fx is from TC Electronics Flash Back and Zoom Pedal."

Roland TR-606 TR8 AIRA Expansion and TB3 Noise


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Calle Nilsson

"High pitched drums and TB3 noise in an intense track."

Sunday evening SH 101 jam


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Zaphyd

"Just jammin"

MINISIZER Overview & Sound Demo #TTNM


Published on Jun 19, 2016 The Tuesday Night Machines

"SKIP TO 3:10 FOR THE SOUND DEMO!

The Anyware Instruments MINISIZER is an almost palm-sized analog modular synthesizer from the maker of the Tinysizer and Moodulator.

Features:
- 1 OSC, 6 Waveforms incl. 2 Sub´s
- Glide
- 2 ENVs (ADSR,AD),
- Moog-style ladder filter,
- 3 VCAs,
- 4 CV-MIDI & Gate
- 6 jacks for interfacing with “the world”,
- 24 Knobs,
- 143 Patch Points
- 2 AC/DC coupled lin/exp ctrl,
- PWM, sync,
- noise generator (white)
- ring modulator
- 2 LFO & inverter,
- 1 more inverter, clipper
- 3 Mixer"

Sequentonal


Published on Jun 16, 2016 Sequentonal

This is a setlist of currently 29 synth videos from Sequentonal. The tracks primarily feature the Arturia Micro Brute, Beat Step Pro, Roland JD-xi, Korg Volca Keys, and Korg Volca Sample.

Playing the Theremin at 9 Years Old | Carolina Eyck


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Carolina Eyck

"1997 at a concert with SERVI
https://www.youtube.com/Krabatik

Jan Bilk & Tomaš Nawka - keyboards & electronics,
Uta Eyck - lighting design

music: Romanze by Natalja Baklanova"

"Compact" ( TR-808, Omni-2, Synthesizers.com, Transcendent 2000)


Published on Jun 19, 2016 SynthMania

Novation Bass Station II Step Sequencer


Published on Jun 19, 2016 ProckGnosis

"Jump to 2:05 to skip the intro. Just an overview of how the Bass Station II step sequencer works and how to program in some simple sequences. (click 'show more' to see the rest)

From the manual:
'Up to four separate sequences, each containing up to 32 notes (or a combination of notes and rests) can be recorded. These sequences are stored in Bass Station II and are retained when the synth is switched off. In addition, the currently selected sequence can also be stored as part of a patch.'

Not discussed in the video:
- Editing a sequence after it is programmed (doesn't look like you can do it, other than re-entering the whole sequence)
- Changing the sequence by selecting a different 'Rhythm Pattern'
- Using the "Latch" button, which fortunately does work like a latch button is supposed to, functioning for both the arpeggiator and the step sequencer

I am VERY impressed with this synth. It sounds great, and has some very cool tricks up its sleeve for such a low price. As much as I like the Arturia Minibrute, I would say this have a slight edge over the Minibrute. Why? Mostly because of the second oscillator (offering detuned beating), being able to save patches, and I slightly prefer this filter."

GeoSynths Ep7 - EHX Tortion JFET Overdrive on Synthesizers


Published on Jun 19, 2016 GEOSynths

"Overdrive from EHX...The Electro Harmonix EHX Tortion JFET Overdrive Pedal. The word 'Warm' is overused and overstated, but this thing is great on Synths. It's not over the top, but it can really break up a sound, while still being Musical. I don't usually go in for Overdrive and Distortion, but have changed my mind..at just over £100 it's not cheap, but works well with Synths.

This time I bring out my Novation Bass Station 2, which is one of the best Synths I've ever bought in my 28 Years of dabbling with them...such a flexible Mono, which thankfully, sounds good with Overdrive :)

Last set of Novation BS2 Patches I made/give away - https://soundcloud.com/magikroom/nova..."

Polymoog 203a Keyboard Synthesizer with original 285 Dual Pedal Controller SN 3040


via this auction

"Polymoog 203a model with 285 controller pedals and legs completely rebuilt by New England Analog in March 2013. Serial number 3040.The rebuild cost $4500 over and above the $2500 I paid for the synth. You can search New England Analog's website and go to service and photo gallery to see the 80 photos illustrating the rebuild. NEA also installed a custom formant filter circuit ( see photo of board with green connecting wires, you can also see the SMPS in gold )built into the organ patch to simulate the Vox Humana patch. NEA also has a YouTube demo of this you can search. Not perfect but if you set the saw and square wave LFOs at different rates using a narrow pulse wave at 2-15% duty cycle and run through a flanger, you can get it to 90% of the Vox Humana patch sound found on the 280 model.

The NEA rebuild includes the following:
Power supply replaced by SMPS which greatly improved the stability. Switched Mode power supplies incorporate a switching regulator to convert electrical power more efficiently than the original Polymoog PSUs. The SMPS generates almost no heat which is a godsend to the delicate internal circuitry in the Polymoog.
Replaced all switch indicators to blue LEDs.
Rebuilt Pratt Reed keyboard with new bushings and lubrication. Polished busbars.
Repaired and calibrated all velocity sensors.
Repaired faulty VCF envelope generator.
Repaired faulty capacitances in middle D modulator, changed several polycom chips to temper voices between notes
Replaced all polarized capacitors
Replaced all analog opamps, analog switches, multiplexers, and all CA 3080 OTA chips.
Repaired faulty Pass Mode switch on front panel.
Lubricated 285 controller pedals( the pedals alone have sold for upwards of $500
The modifications made by NEA with this rebuild added quite a lot of stability to the unit . A few caveats however- if you have never owned a Polymoog, each key has a Polycom card which snaps into a holder.They can vibrate loose during shipping or transport so the new owner must feel comfortable reseating these cards if any were to shift. All you need is a screwdriver to take off the cover and unscrew a PCB , pull off a few ribbon or pin connectors and reseat a card.(see last photo). I've had this Polymoog for three years, moved it four times and only once had to reseat a card. You will be able to tell if a card has shifted. A Polycom card that is loose will typically sound brighter or louder as though the filter is wide open or sound duller like the filter is closed on all patches. You also need to be selective about where you will use the Polymoog. It should be in a room that does not have any ground loop issues and you need to keep your iPad and mobile phone or any other wireless device at least 5 feet away. The Polymoog is susceptible to electromagnetic RF interference and there are some good stories on the Internet about musicians on stage hearing broadcasts coming out of their Moogs during concerts. If you have ground loop issues or a lot of RF interference , you have the option of using the balanced mix output jack which has special shielding to prevent interference. You also need to set the pitch wheel on the pedals at no more than 60% of max when you use it. Yet another poor Moog design that if you use the pitch wheel on the back of the pedals at max wheel setting, the pitch will change so drastically that the tuner on the front Polymoog control panel can't bring it back completely in tune. It can be off as much as a semitone which is the case with this Polymoog."

Hohner String Performer


via this auction

"Lots of people say "rare" in their title, but I can guarantee not more one person reading this has seen one of these (in America.) This is a ridiculously well-kept and all original string synthesizer of German engineering and build quality. I just paid hundreds of dollars cleaning the guts and restoring function to every solder joint and button push and slider. The only thing that cannot be replaced is the slider knob for the Cello setting in the Upper section, just can't find one that isn't attached to a working unit. Also the power supply is a generic computer p/s but with correct voltage and current. This is marked for 18V but the internet says it runs better/quieter at closer to 20V. I'll include the whole array of tips and variable voltage controller.
Everything simply works. It sounds amazing. Throw your plug-ins away, they can't touch the real thing. And hit the Planet setting in the solo section? Joe Meek would weep Telstar to rust at the sound of this thing. Not the mention it comes with its original stand.

Yes, there's patina and marking from moving it around. It's covered in Tolex so imagine seeing a 70's Fender amp without any marking on it - pretty unlikely."

The Stranglers' Roland JD800 Digital Synthesizer


via this auction

"Classic vintage digital synth used by Dave Greenfield for many live shows between approx 1998 - 2006.

This was Dave's backup JD800 which has seen many miles of road and gigs. Being his 'number 2' it is in surprisingly good cosmetic condition due to the fact that although it traveled to every show it rarely came out of the flight case. It was, however, used many times by Dave and as you can see by the pics still contains all his programmed patches for various songs for the live set with that keyboard rig.

PLEASE NOTE
Over time, however, it has now developed some faults:
It has 6x dead/sticky keys which is a common symptom of Roland synths of that era.
One of the edit faders (TVA Envelope Release Time 4) has now become temperamental when trying to select a value.
A couple of the buttons need a harder press than they used to but still do work.

All these faults are mechanical and can be repaired if someone is willing to put the effort in but it does still function perfectly over MIDI."

Space Machine (Korg Minilogue, Korg Volca series+ effects)


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Metatron's Cube

"The low beating sound of the machines "heart" echoes through the hallways as it marches tword an unknown task. Always working, analyzing what should take priority over other tasks, scheduling them all in order. Data, information logs, past backed up memories, stochastic analysis, deep subroutines, all giving the appearance of a life with purpose, living forever as a slave to the very vessel that makes it's possible to exist in the first place. Always exploring, recording and looking for signs of something else, someone else. The expanse of space seems infinite, so full and also empty.

Something more spacey for this years Fathers day. We hope everyone enjoys their day and the upcoming week. Thank you everyone for stopping by to watch or listen!

download@ https://soundcloud.com/miles-baskett/...
Gear list:
Korg Minilogue + TC Electronics Transition delay
Korg Volca FM + Digitech Supernatural reverb
Korg Volca Keys + TC Electronics Hall of Fame reverb
Korg Volca Bass + Korg Kp2 mini
Korg Volca Sample
Zoom R24 (recording)
Presonus One (mix/master)
KdenLive (video edit/rendering)"

Verbos Complex Oscillator, Intellijel Polaris, ES Distings, Audio Damage Sequencer 1


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Boele Gerkes

"A simple 8-step sequence feeds a single Verbos Complex Oscillator, AM modulated by it's modulator oscillator, going through an Intellijel Polaris filter ending op in the Verbos Pan & scan. A second sequencer (Audio Damage Sequencer 1) is used as Gate provider, triggering two envelopes. Two Expert Sleepers Disting modules modulate the oscillator and the play order of the AD Sequencer 1."

Eurorack


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Dave 33543

Bill T Miller (Orgy Of Noise) on Make Noise 0-Coast @ Boston Modular Meet-Up & Jam 06.18.16


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Bill T Miller

"Bill T Miller of Orgy Of Noise on BTM NO COAST RIG Case = Make Noise Music 0-Coast Synth with Arturia BeatStep & custom BTM controllers. http://billtmiller.com/06.18.16.bosmod/

BOSTON MODULAR SYNTH Meet-Up & Jam at Arlington Center for the Arts in Arlington / Boston on 06.18.16. Hosted by Paul Geffen & Luke Stark & Sam Holland.

Video Camera: Eric Crawley & Audio: James Mondor & Editing: Bill T Miller / Ziggy Cat

http://OrgyOfNoise.com

===="

Dreadbox EREBUS vs Strymon BlueSky - Ethereal jam session


Published on Jun 19, 2016 ollilaboratories

"If you like my stuff, please support me on http://music.ollilab.com/

I had a little bit of a mishap the other day... i ordered a mooer shimverb on ebay, and it got lost in transit ... being really really bummed out about this i went to my local store to check out some other pedals, and to my surprise they had the entire strymon lineup in stock. I already have the timeline.. and have been gunning for the big sky for ever since i got it, still wanted to give this one a try in the store and fell immediately in love with the lush sound.

Also, a new synth in my setup is the Dreadbox erebus.. so why not hook them up and go full tilt ethereal ambient jam ? :)

so its ONLY, the erebus, passing through the jomox (which is in bypass mode).. stereo signal out from the strymon onto 2 track.. the strymon is set to reverb mode Room / Modulation, with no pre-delay starting off at decay 3 o'clock, mix on 12.30 high damp on full and low damp on 12.

At the end i crank up the decay to almost full tilt...

I hope you like it... cheers !"

[4K] Techno, Acid - Roland TR 8, Roland TB- 3, Roland MX-1, Access Virus A ,Roland Mc-808,Korg EMX


Published on Jun 19, 2016 Nico Silva Oliveira

"Nico Silva Oliveira - Jam Night Live Video 6/2016 - 1 of 2
Live Setup: 2x Roland Aira TB- 3, Roland Aira TR 8, Roland Aira Mx-1, Roland VT- 1, Access Virus A, Roland Mc- 808, Korg EMX, Korg Volca Key, Korg Volca Bass, Korg Kaos Pad 3, NI Maschine, Pioneer DJM 900 Nexus"

DARK MODULAR SPACE // Interactive Composition


Published on Jun 19, 2016 LESINDES

"Interactive composition realized with
SYNTHESIS TECHNOLOGY E-350 MORPHING TERRARIUM, INTELLIJEL QUADRA, HEXINVERTER SYMPLE SEQ, CWEJMAN QMMF-4, MUTABLE INSTRUMENTS CLOUDS"

Roland Jupiter 8 "I'll Wait" by Van Halen


Published on Jun 19, 2016 synthartist69

"Roland Jupiter 8 and Linn Drum LM2 playing I'll Wait by Van Halen...."

Make Noise 0-Coast / Noise and VCO2 Patch


Published on Jun 18, 2016 ozashikiTECHNO

Busy Hands


Published on Jun 18, 2016 MrSharps02

"this one has been percolating for a while. first go with the analog four + overbridge, real nice but some bugs still remain. all sounds and fx performed live, daw used just for recording + spit shine. video cuts off at the end 'cause the sd card filled up with bad takes :I"
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