MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Minimoog Model D reissue opening box


Published on Aug 10, 2016 synthartist69

"It arrived today! It's gorgeous and sounds like the original.. way to go Moog!! Audio coming soon...."

https://www.moogmusic.com/news/minimoog-model-d-full-production

Roland Juno-60 Analog Synthesizer + TR-808 "Wrong Way"


Published on Aug 10, 2016 RetroSound

"(c) 2016 vintage synthesizer demo track by RetroSound

all synthesizer sounds: Roland Juno-60 Analog Synthesizer (1982)
drums: Roland TR-808 (1982)
recording: multi-tracking without midi
fx: reverb and delay

Classic 80s up-tempo synthpop track
The TR-808 (cowbell) is triggered here the Juno-60 Arpeggiator."

springwaves card for Zdsp - 1st patch


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Buried InTime

"1st patch with tiptop audio Springwaves card for the Zdsp.

modules used: TTA Z8000, ZDSP, 4ms QCD, harvestman Hertz Donut MKI, malekko envelator, nw2s io, Bastl knit rider, MFB drum 05, ladik rom players, malekko VCA

no filters used on the HD MKI. it goes straight into the VCA and then then multed into both channels of the Zdsp

the drums are mostly using algorithms 7 and 8"

707 / JP-8080 / Flashback Delay House Sketch


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Zachary Berry

"Inspired after listening to a lot of Octa Octa DJ sets. A JP-8080 through a TC Electronic Flashback Delay pedal and of course the 707."

Roland SR-JV80-04 Vintage Synth 2016 Ambient DEMO Synthesizer Rik Marston


Published on Aug 10, 2016 SynthgodXXX

"Roland SR-JV80-04 Vintage Synth 2016 Ambient
Multi-Track DEMO "Out Of Body" by Rik Marston
**Watch in HD** **Great with Headphones!**

The Roland SR-JV80-04 Vintage Synth expansion board
in action in this Ambient Multi-Track DEMO Song called
"Out Of Body"

Sounds used were some of my custom & Vintage Synth Fav's:
VP-330 Tutti, CS Strings, RiksMoogLead & Rik Solina...
filling this track with vintage late seventies / early eighties vibe.
I still think having this expansion board is a MUST HAVE in any
studio -small or large. I love it love it love it!! A keeper for sure!
Still worth the buy on Ebay if you want to add some Analog & Digital
spice to your old school Roland JV, XP, XV synthesizers
that support SR-JV80 expansion boards!!

Recorded into Ableton Live 9 by hand one track at a time! :)
Small amount of Reverb added to give the dreamy feeling...

Thank you for watching!
More Synthesizer Demos & Ambient Chill Zen Music
Coming Soon!
Rik Marston

All Music (C)2016 Rik Marston / Ambient Chill Zen Records"

Hymn Tune Hereford - Dave Smith Poly Evolver, Sequential Circuits Pro One, Korg MS10, Kurzweil Forte


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Reuben Jones

"Hymn Tune Hereford by Samuel Wesley on synthesizers.

Dave Smith Instruments Poly Evolver
Korg MS10
Kurzweil Forte
Sequential Circuits Pro~One"

ROLAND SYNTHESIZER SYSTEM-100 MODEL-101 SEMI MODULAR SN 724143


via this auction

MFB Tanzbar & Doepfer Dark Energy II


Published on Aug 10, 2016 3rdStoreyChemist

"Jamming with the Tanzbar drum machine and a Dark Energy 2 synced together:
Tanzbar CV2 Out to DE2 VCF In
Tanzbar Gate2 to DE2 Gate In

A small amount of reverb has been used, no further processing except for normalisation."

PPG Phonem Quick Start Guide For iPad Voice Synthesizer


Published on Aug 10, 2016 iPadLoops

iTunes: Phonem - Wolfgang Palm

"The following is a quick start guide for the PPG Phonem iPad voice synthesizer app by Wolfgang Palm. Now if you're like me you just got this app and said where do I start? It's a very deep complicated app and I've only spent a couple hours with it today so here are some real basic instructions to get Phonem singing for you. There is so much more to this app and it's capabilities are amazing so please use this video as a starting point..."

Nanojam


Published on Aug 10, 2016 sizza79

"An MFB Nanozwerg and a Roland SH-32 sequenced by an Elektron Octatrack, mixed through an old Soundcraft Spirit Live, an Alesis Microverb II and a cheap Behringer EM600 delay-pedal."

New EMW STEP MODULATOR



via Electronic Music Works

Full description & details to follow, but for now check out the panel interface.

Also see the three new EMW modules announced here on MATRIXSYNTH yesterday.

Unboxing Zero Coast and first impression


Published on Aug 10, 2016 moondustweb

"Today is arrive me my Zero Coast from Make Noise and is a great Synth."

"Analog Synth, Improv 410"


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Bob I. Gomez

"Music, Synthesizer"

DSI Sequential Prophet-6

Easel Panning Test II


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Todd Barton

"Headphones recommended! This is a companion test to my earlier exploration [posted here] This time I'm also sending the CV to pitch of the Oscillator."

Introducing Wiisp - a PureData Synth for Android


Published on Jul 3, 2016 thIIIrd musique

"Jam with the Android music app Wiisp. Made with PureData.

--

Wiisp - Simple drone synth. 2 Osc with fm, delay with fm. Made with puredata.

Oscillators are sine waves with adjustable pitch. The second oscillator has a higher pitch limit. Both are directed to a delay, with optional fm from oscillator A. Glide creates a smooth transition between changing any of the values. Higher glide, longer transition. Audio engine written in Puredata.

Here's a link to a download: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.thiiird.deej.twoo"

Making Of an electronic album (Arcade)


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Tentacles

"In Making Of an electronic album (Arcade) we explain how Arcade was created. We detail not only the gear used but also the composition method and the recording process of the synths, samplers, voices, bass and drums.
We heavily use Elektron gear: Octatrack and Analog Keys, but also a little Casio VL-1 in a few tracks.
We also talk about why we use Creative Commons licenses to promote the copy and sharing of our music.

We released Arcade just 1 month ago, and described the music of the album as "Pixelated music that will make you sail de universe of videogames and science fiction."

Here you can stream and free download Arcade:
https://tentaclesband.bandcamp.com/album/arcade-2

Identified with the DoItYourself subculture, we also offer the individual stems of Arcade free download, so everybody can use them as they like in remixes and songs.
https://tentaclesband.bandcamp.com/album/arcade-stems

And this is the single we released with the album:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xfGY5s5ork"

VERMONA PHASER 80 // ARTURIA MINIBRUTE SE // Single Lines


Published on Aug 10, 2016 LESINDES

"http://www.ebay.de/itm/122045790682?s...
Short trip in the past combining a popular machine such as ARTURIA MINIBRUTE SE and an absolutely stunning VINTAGE VERMONA PHASER 80. Listen how good this GDR PHASER is on hefty synth arpeggios."

modular synth: 100816


Published on Aug 10, 2016 ipnoteca

"mutable instruments clouds and rings, a great combo to have"

Red Forest / Modular techno


Published on Aug 10, 2016 dresseduplunch

"Experimenting with the noise engineering loqelic iteritas wave folder. drums from the octatrack + mbase + mutant bassdrum module.

Equipment:
elektron octatrack
Jomox MBase 11
sequentix cirklon
jomox T-resonator, Korg KP3
modular synth: intellijel rubicon, mutable instruments braids / clouds, noise engineering loqelic iteritas, synthesis technology E440 filter, erbe verb + echophon"

RiDrum THC 01 Gate and CV inputs.


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Richard O

"Video of the RiDrum THC-01 Eurorack Handclap Module which shows the possibilities of the Gate and CV inputs."

Middle Eastern "moog" DIY Synthesizer


via this auction

According to the listing: "1978 Moog Synthesizer, Analog Keyboard, Wood Synth Box, Rare, Retro, Vintage, Antique. One of the first synthesizers Moog company, in good condition, at the level of museums collectibles as well as Collectors... We send the product from Israel in the Middle East."

Not one of the first if it's from 1978. It's likely not from 1978 either. Note what appears to be MIDI jacks on the side. MIDI didn't arrive until 1983. The moog logo is wrong as well of course. I'm guessing this is just someone's DIY project. If anyone knows more about it, let us know.

Update via the comments: "I don't know what standard was being used in Israel at the time but the din jacks could be for audio input and output like those that were used in the ussr (maybe two outputs at different levels?). We really need someone who can read the script. Definitely not moog though."

PPG Waveterm A Monitor Sampler Drive for Wave 2.2 2.3 Synthesizer


Published on Jul 7, 2016 Techno Empire

"This is an unscripted quick demo of some of the basic functions of the PPG Waveterm as given by tech Ed Miller. It's not meant to be instructional or entertaining, rather just a demo that it works as it is for sale."


via this auction

"This listing is for a very rare PPG Waveterm A Monitor. We have the privilege of selling this on behalf of famed Synthesist/Producer/Session man Michael Boddicker as it comes from his personal historic collection of awesome vintage gear.

More details below and for a short 'Demo' video of this very unit, go to Youtube: 'PPG Waveterm Monitor Demo'" [embed above]

E-MU Emulator II+HD Sampler/ Workstation w/ MACINTOSH SE, Case, and More SN 2562


via this auction

"This listing is for a very rare E-MU Emulator II+HD Sampler/ Workstation w/ MACINTOSH SE, Case, and More.
This might be one of the more ultimate system packages you will find!

Here is what you get:

Macintosh SE Computer w/ keyboard, mouse, Syquest EZ135 drive (2 EMU related disks), various system disks & cables.

Includes 350+ 5.25" program/ sample disks

400+ blank 5.25" disks

SD card floppy emulator

Old HD w/ mounts

Manual w/ main debug EPROM

Five various sized 5.25" floppy disk containers

Seven 3.5" floppy drives

EMU VPDL expression pedal

Kurzweil sustain pedal

Anvil-style road case with caster for keyboard itself."

Korg 770 Synthesizer


via this auction

ARP 2600P Analog Synthesizer w/3604P Keyboard SN 1673


via this auction

"Up for sale is a used ARP 2600P analog synthesizer. Comes with 3604P keyboard. Good condition, some cosmetic wear to the cases. Keyboard cable has a short in it but can be twisted to allow for normal operation. All faders and buttons intact. Left speaker occasionally gives trouble. Selling as is. Free local pickup in Las Vegas."

ARP 2600 Synthesizer & ARP 1613 Sequencer


via this auction

"The ARP 2600 is arguably the most desirable analog synthesizer ever produced. Its features and capabilities are too extensive to list here, however there exists a great deal of information available online about the ARP 2600 synthesizer and 1613 sequencer.

This particular ARP 2600 is among the finest anywhere. It has spent its entire life in my home studio and is in amazing condition. It is completely stock, has never been retrofitted, modified or altered in any way, and features the “Moog” model 4012 filter. It was recently serviced by New Old Sounds in Phoenix, and is fully functional. This 2600 has very little wear and plays as good as new.

The ARP 3620 Keyboard is the most advanced 2600 keyboard model. Features include: duo-phonic capability, pitch-bend dial, portamento switch and slide control, a dedicated LFO for very expressive vibrato, latching and other useful features.

This 2600 is in unspoiled condition and has no cosmetic damage or electronic issues. The left channel volume slider knob is missing (but still functional) and, when I was younger, I stuck a JBL sticker on the front of this 2600 even though it doesn’t come with JBL speakers.

User manuals, power cords and patch cables are included.

ARP 1613 Sequencer

Just like my ARP 2600 Synthesizer, this ARP 1613 Sequencer has spent its entire life in my home studio and is in amazing condition. It was also recently serviced by New Old Sounds in Phoenix, and is fully functional. This sequencer is as useful on stage as in the studio. It can be connected to an ARP 2600, ARP Axxe, ARP Odyssey, Roland, Oberheim and Sequential Circuits synths as well as other synths via a CV converter."

Roland Juno-106 with Wood Side Panels & Flight Case


via this auction

Yamaha SY-1 SN 2150


via this auction

"Yamaha synth manufactured in 1974. Single-voiced monophonic synth(no chords). This is extremely rare and the first synthesizer Yamaha manufactured.

Filters and Resonance controls have very unique quality probably due to the hardware's age.

It is in 7/10 physical condition and still works flawlessly. Connect it to a modern DAW and it can sound massive and weird (particularly lower frequency sounds). Signal chain and sounds altered by lever switches (portamento, envelope, pitch,instruments, etc)."

KORG Monopoly


via this auction

The Rock Drill 4069


Published on Apr 6, 2016 alphabetadragon

"The Rock Drill 4069 is the new synth kit from lushprojects.com. This beginner-friendly kit is touch controlled and makes some of the meanest sounds around. PS - sorry about the clicks - these are some problems with my recorder and aren't true to the real sound."


via this auction

"The Rock Drill 4069 is a touch-driven synthesizer with a unique look and a mean sound. The deceptively simple circuit creates an amazing range of organic sounds in response to the connection between the performer and the touch pads. The project involves no microcontrollers and relies entirely on classical electronics being pushed in to interesting distorted operation for its effects. The sounds produced are a mixture of the expected and controllable and the totally unexpected as the system tips in to chaos. The sound is always raw and menacing.

Inspired by designs like the Electronic Dream Plant Wasp synth the Rock Drill 4069 uses a standard logic chip from the 1980s in a very original and unconventional way. Technically the circuit consists of two interacting oscillators, one audio frequency and one low frequency, driving an distorting amplifier. The touch pads make the player's body part of the circuit and provide many levels of feedback and connection between control voltages and signals in the system. The Rock Drill 4069 is powered by a 3 Volt coin cell and is completely safe in operation."

Arturia MatrixBrute Test Videos by Yves Usson

MatrixBrute test-1

MatrixBrute test-1 by yves-usson

Eight videos by Yves Usson, the creator of the original MiniBrute which lead to the MicroBrute and now the MatrixBrute. These videos are on Daily Motion so I did not find an easy way to create a playlist for them. You will need to scroll down for each. Don't miss the bottom two videos that demonstrate split mode and split mode sequencing on the MatrixBrute. Split mode with different patches on a mono synth is not something you would expect. Are there any other mono synths with split mode?

Video description: "First test : 3 oscillators sawtooth waveform, successive test of the Lowpass Steiner filter in 12dB then 24dB; of the Lowpass Ladder filter in 12dB then 24dB. I am no musician therefore show leniency for my bad playing and lack of inspiration. This is direct recording (no effect) with a Tascam Portastudio 2488 MkII that I tried to synchronize the best I could with the video."

Behringer DeepMind 12 Poly - first look at Studio Stekker


Published on Aug 10, 2016 sonicstate

"Studio Stekker at Kytopia in Utrecht. Allert from Sonar Traffic has been working on patches for the DeepMind 12, our reporter Edd, gets an exclusive first look at the new synth."

Stekker 2016: Walkthrough of Kytopia Studio Stekker


Published on Aug 10, 2016 sonicstate

"The Kytopia facility in Utrecht, just outside Amsterdam is home to many producers and studios, this week they open their doors for a week of electronic music creation with artists from all over - we take a look inside."

VGM #82: Kraid's Lair (Metroid) Ft. Zurachi


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Ace Waters

"People have been asking for more Metroid since I did Brinstar, and I have wanted to do Kraid's Lair pretty much since I did the last Metroid cover, so in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Metroid, myself and Zurachi bring you our take on Kraid's Lair."

Major Lazer Style Trap vocal effects with PPG Phonem


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Cornel Hecht

"It is so easy: create Trap vocal effects & shouts with PPG Phonem"

iTunes: Phonem - Wolfgang Palm

PPG Phonem for iPad - Expressive Vocal Synthesis


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Synth Anatomy

iTunes: Phonem - Wolfgang Palm

"PPG Phonem is a unique Vocal Synthesizer. You get a huge collection of different ready to go presets. With some tweak, you can transform the preset in something complete new. In this video, I play some of the included presets to show you the sound quality of this new Wolfgang Palm release."

PPG Phonem for iPad - Multiple Instances with IOS AU

PPG Phonem By Wolfgang Palm Released



Update: Playlist above added.
Demoing the program browser
The Phonem iPad Audio Unit Extension
Using the load-filter to create new sounds


iTunes: Phonem - Wolfgang Palm

"After the huge success of the PPG Phonem VST/AU plugin, we optimized the sound-engine to make it run pretty well on the iPad.

It has also been adapted to make best use of multi-touch and comes with IAA and AU-extension.

PPG Phonem lets the user create expressive vocal synthesis beyond anything ever heard before. With its advanced routing system every aspect of the voice can be controlled and modulated in any conceivable way. Anything from a quiet whisper to a scream. Use the intuitive text to speech tool to make Phonem say whatever you want.

Although the PPG Phonem was originally designed to do just vocal synthesis, it turned out that the system was also capable of producing a wide range of universal synthsizer sounds. So we extended the parameter ranges and made everything accessible to the user, to take advantage of this fact.

▪ Create your own singing style and expressions
▪ Large Phoneme inventory - 46 english/american plus 5 german plus 4 french phonemes
▪ Versatile excitation generator/oscillator
▪ Working with typical voice source or wavetable and time-corrected-samples (TCS)
▪ Extreme time stretching, freezing and reversing
▪ Pitch track - let your robots sing
▪ Control track - let it cry and shout
▪ Song mode - making it easy to compose your synthesized text
▪ Wave page - create your own wavetables and modify time-corrected-samples
▪ Import WTS and TCS files from the iPad WaveGenerator and WaveMapper
▪ All internal parameters available to the user - give your voices a special dialect or individual character
▪ Versatile matrix system - allowing 19 sources to control 40 parameters
▪ Two X/Y control pads freely routable to 40 parameters
▪ 6 Envelopes, for control of filter sweeps, waveform, noise and many modulations
▪ 4 LFOs plus Vibrato, Flutter and Growl generators
▪ Fully programmable resonator filter - allowing production of new sound effects
▪ Delay/Reverb effect
▪ Overdrive/Distortion effect
▪ A/B compare your edited sounds
▪ AU extension - run multiple Phonem instances in AU hosts
▪ IAA - inter-app audio support
▪ Audiobus 2 with statesaving
▪ 10 min audio recording and Audio copy to the pasteboard
▪ Redesigned browser with new listing filters
▪ Directly accessible context help for each module
▪ Freely configurable schematic keypads, with extremely expressive modulation options
▪ 4 Keypads play modes: Poly, Mono, Legato and Multitrigger.
▪ 4 MIDI modes: Omni, Poly, Mono, and Voice-Per-Channel."

Korg volca fm first experiments - live demo from Warstat #30 :o)=


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Druweed

More videos here.

Akai Tom Cat & Analog Modular


Published on Aug 10, 2016 Mytran Dir

"akai tom cat (gate out) + intellijel (dual adsr) + m303 (acidlab) + vermona (fourmolator)"

Arturia MiniBrute Song : Arpeggio Landscape


Published on Aug 10, 2016 francolamuerte

"Music by Franco La Muerte
Instrument : 100% Arturia MiniBrute"

we are galcid 〜 Boys can’t beat galcid!!


we are galcid 〜 Boys can't beat galcid!! from galcid on Vimeo.

Some great synth spotting in this one.

"This is the description of who galcid is.

When people see the artist photo of galcid, many people think they are singers. It is really hard explain what galcid does on the stage.

So, please check the video and you will see what they do.

It will be released from

http://detroitunderground.net

http://galcid.com/

https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/hertz/id1133782783"
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