MATRIXSYNTH: Monday, October 3, 2016

Monday, October 03, 2016

Polyphasic Calisthenics: Monome Ansible Kria

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Dudadius

"Working out with the Kria mode on the new Monome Ansible module."

Q107 State Variable Filter Band Pass Fun

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Corey Sublett

"Messing around with my rig. Q106 as an LFO into Q109 Envelope Generator to trigger the gate. 2 Q106 Oscillators going with one being manually tweaked with a Q125 Signal Processor. Q115 reverb going as well."

Suzuki Omnichord OM-200M as MIDI controller for Korg EX-800 synthesizer

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Bell Tone Synth Works

"This is a demo of a Suzuki Omnichord OM-200 M (1989) being used as a MIDI controller for a Korg EX-800 (1984) polyphonic synth module, the little brother of the Poly-800. This is a powerful combination in which the Omnichord's ability to send out humanistic cascades of tones really complements the Korg's unique 6-pointed (ADBSSR) envelopes, highly resonant filter and loud pink noise generator."

Pretty cool.

Yamaha CS01 Synthesizer Analog 1982

Yamaha CS01 synthesizer analog 1982

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Frédéric DM

Interesting to hear what it sounds like using the internal speaker.

Yamaha CS 01 II Synethsizer SN 3509 with Original Box

via this auction


via this auction

Roland SH-09

via this auction

Custom x0xb0x by Andy Pledger. Blue metal with green LEDs

via this auction

"Here's some of the original owner's listing:

Here's my "one of kind" x0xb0x for sale. Andy Pledger made this one for me last year.... He makes his x0x's with care and only uses top quality parts. This x0xb0x is built like a tank! I've owned probably 3 or 4 x0x's since ladyada came out with kit, and this one is by far the nicest build I've ever seen. It's sturdy and heavy.

It's in MINT condition. No scratches, dents, etc. Nada. The photos show piece of lint, next to the logo... That fell off after pics were taken!"

guilty by associ80on

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Unun Septium

"Working on theme music for daytime TV soap set in an 80's police state using only period instruments."

Korg ARP Odyssey Module Overview & Demo

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Synthtopia

"At Knobcon 2016, we talked with Korg product specialist Nick Kwas about the new Korg ARP Odyssey Module.

When the KARP Odyssey keyboard was introduced, a lot of readers said that they had enough keyboards - what they just wanted a Odyssey synth module. Korg seems to have been listening, because that's exactly what they've introduced.

In the video, Kwas gives us an overview and demo of the Korg ARP Odyssey Module.

This video is part of Synthtopia's Knobcon 2016 coverage:"

WMD Test Lab - Nasty Nachos / WMD Performance Mixer

Published on Oct 3, 2016 William Mathewson

"Alex Anderson performing as Nasty Nachos building a great track with the WMD Performance Mixer, Juno 106, MPC5000, WMD/SSF Monolith w/ Rossum Evolution Filter, and 12U of WMD modular."

Eurorack Modular Demos by Brandon Logic

Published on Oct 2, 2016 brandon logic

1. Reflex Liveloop use as a sampler demo.

2. Epoch Twin Peak vs the Klangbau Twin Peak filter. Filter sound comparison.

"From 0 to 3:45 i'm filtering a square wave from the Sputnik Oscillator through the Klangbau then through the Epoch. from 3:45 to 8:40 i'm using only triggers from Mutable Instruments Grids into the audio inputs of the filters (and multing to mod a and b of the Epoch). Here, the Epoch is panned hard left and the Klangbau hard right. from 8:40 untill the end, it's back to the sputnik square and some random wiggling of both filters at onece, still panned hard left and right.

Recording is completely dry, no effects or eq. In this demo, i'm using animodule line amp as a buffered mult to split the signal going into the audio input of the epoch to also go into the peak a and peak b mod inputs of the Epoch. This is because this is similar to how the Klangbau's Tr-F1 adn Tr-F2 controls are internally wired. I am using channel two of the line amp to boost the output of the epoch because it tends to output below standard euro modular level. line amp helps boot it normal euro levels. The Epoch requires more patching for this comparison but it also has more cv inputs for modulation and is a little more flexible under cv control and is easier to fine tune with it's knobs compared to the Klangbau's joystick, which make it hard to dial in two specific filter frequencies to track with other oscillators and v/oct, although the joystick is nice for improv and performance . you might notice that the Klangbau sometimes has a little clipping or distortion. from my experience this is part of the character of the the Klangbau version, which can sound nice! it can be controlled to some extent with the input level knob. The Klangbau will consistently self resonate with the resonance all the way up, so it is capable of longer sustaining rings . the Epoch does not self resonate like this without modulation/pings."

3. Glockenspiel vs Modualr adventures in sound.

"here, i'm experimenting with running acoustic sound (glockenspiel and drum) through my synth for both audio processing and triggering sounds and events. the sound runs through the 4ms spectral multiband resonator to convert the audio into envelopes which are then converted to triggers to fire sounds in the synth and trigger random voltages (wogglebug, ura, a-149 and turing machine) which create the variety of sounds you hear. I'm using the 4ms dual dealy to create the loops. the glockenspiel loop is then going through the reflex liveloop to create the glitchy delay and pitch shifting effects. the drum loops its going the warps parasites dealy and then to clouds for more audio manipulations."

4. modular sketch 6-30-16 4ms dld dual looping delay and mutable instruments rings patch

5. First 4ms dual looping delay patch - thumb piano - sound on sound loop and manual delay manipulation

6. Modular evolving random patch in progress

7. modular sketch 4-1-16 improv jam

8. modular drum break chops jam

"jamming in real time, not quantized to a clock so pardon the imperfections.
meng qi voltage memory and intellijel planar controlling the make noise phonogene. other sound sources, mutable instruments rings and sputnik oscillator, and doepfer a 110-4."

9. One module, self patched; 4ms spectral multiband resonator

10. mutable instruments rings with music thing mikrophonie and doepfer ribon controller

"audio quality isnt perfect, just a quick cell phone recording showing how these modules can be used together."

11. modualr synth sketch 2-18-16 v2

12. wave folding comparison WMD & SSF Ultrafold, MI Warps, and ES Disting MK3

"wave folding comparison between WMD & Steady State Fate Ultrafold, Mutable Iinstruments Warps, and Expert Sleepers Disting MK3"

13. wmd ultrafold random voltage krell patch

14. eurorack modular synth drum patch #1

15. Pittsburgh Modular Foundation 3.1 system "west coast" style percussive/bit crushing effect demo

"My first demo video with my Foundation 3.1 modular synth. A 'west coast' percussive patch with some sample and hold bit crushing effects demo."

Slices of Texan drone. Eurorack modular. Reflex liveloop.

Published on Oct 3, 2016

"Original sample here":

SDS Digital Reflex LiveLoop & ModEM-1 LFO & ADSR Eurorack Modules

Published on Sep 14, 2016 freshnelly

The above is a playlist of all the videos currently featured on the freshnelly channel. The first 29 are on the SDS Digital Reflex LiveLoop eurorack module, followed by four on the ModEM-1 LFO & ADSR, followed by a few DIY videos.

The following is some info on SDS Digital Reflex Liveloop module via I couldn't find additional info on the ModEM-1 LFO & ADSR as the home page requires Flash which I do not have installed.

"Introducing the Reflex LiveLoop! The tradition of sampling in the modular world has always been guitar pedal loopers, offering no external control, or a large complex external box, or modules with only 3 or 4 seconds of sample time. The Reflex LiveLoop breaks all of these barriers by gracing your rack with only 16HP, but sporting a full 174 seconds of sampling time @48KHz 16 bits, in stereo! This is better than CD quality sound, ready to manipulate with CV's and triggers in multiple layers, and record all at the same time.

The Reflex can slice up a long sample using the unique "peak slicing" algorithm, a trigger, or just a button. The power of these slices is then accessible via CV and trigger. Furthermore, they can be modified with the PlayFX button to tune the start and end points for each slice. These slices, or even samples, can also be Granulized into a micro loop, which then can move reverse or forward at varying rates up to 2 times. This also allows for pitch shifting a sample without changing the beat, or changing the speed without changing the pitch.

With 3 different Modes, Record/Play, Echo, and Layer, all with the ability to sync to an external clock, almost every sampler /looper requirement can be realised. Imagine an echo, synced by a trigger/ clock/ foot switch/ Record button, with controlled feedback and even a 3 band EQ. Then imagine it being 30 seconds or 8 bars long! The echo can be switched to an infinite echo that will continue forever, or can degrade according to feedback settings, EQ settings, or a feedback insert that can run through any filter or FX that you can imagine!

The Reflex LiveLoop can take you intuitively on a sonic voyage you don't want to miss!


Published on Oct 3, 2016 GIANNIS ARK

"Studiologic Sledge 2.1 synthesizer, Novation Ultranova synthesizer, Clavia Nord lead A1 synthesizer. Giannis ARK - ARK Home Studio Cy."

New SYNTH-WERK SW 901 Voltage Controlled Oscillator - MOOG 901 Clone


"we are very happy to introduce a new module from SYNTH-WERK ...

...the SW 901 Voltage Controlled Oscillator

Original design approx. 1964"

Elka Capri 300 / Panther 300 Combo Organ with Strings & More

via this auction

"Here we have a 1960's Elka Capri 300 combo organ. It is identical to the more well known Elka Panther 300. According to the Combo Organ Heaven website, this organ was marketed under two different names depending on the location.

This organ has been professionally serviced and is in great working condition. We recapped the power supply, cleaned the keyboard bus bars, replaced the tone decay lamp, replaced the knobs and tuned the oscillators. We also replaced some faulty components that were causing some parts of the organ to not function.

Features include: multiple vibrato options, multiple footages per note with selectable filters for each footage, mixture control for unique harmonics / ring modulator like sound, fully polyphonic bass section with optional extension for two octaves of bass (grey keys), tone decay (subtle envelope applied to the mixture footages).

The output of this organ uses a TRS (stereo) jack. The purpose of this is to allow you to use a bass amp for the bass section, and another amp for everything else. If you plug in a regular mono instrument cable, you will not hear any bass section. You can use an adapter that merges the two signals into one cable, or you can use a split cable and plug the two ends into two different amps.

There is a discoloration on one corner of the organ. We've included a picture showing that. The organ also comes with a sheet music stand and we'll include a power plug with it."

Product Overview: The Novation Circuit

Published on Sep 23, 2016 Magnetic Magazine

"Magnetic contributor and Moody Records label manager Ben A drops an excellent overview of the Novation Circuit.

Earlier this year we got a look at the Circuit during the annual NAMM conference, and we were blown away. The Novation Circuit is actually an independent musical sketchpad that has it's own onboard drums and synths + it works with your DAW like any standard MIDI controller.

No computer no problem. The four–part drum machine and two polyphonic synths can be sequenced in real time or via steps. You can listen to your composition on the onboard speaker or plug in your headphones; this thing runs on batteries, so you are truly mobile."

Percussa Intros Synthor Modular Synthesis System (Knobcon 2016)

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Synthtopia

"At Knobcon 2016, Synthtopia talked with Percussa's Bert Schiettecatte, who gave us an overview of their new Synthor Modular Synthesis System.

The Synthor system is built around the idea of tangible computing - where physical objects are used to represent and control virtual objects within software applications.

With Synthor, the Percussa AudioCubes act as wireless controllers that let you create synth patches, while the Remote lets you control things like patch selection and settings for virtual modules.

This video is part of Synthtopia's Knobcon 2016 coverage:"

Upcoming Synth Meetings in Copenhagen Set for October 23, November 20, and December 11

via Goodiepal and Pals

"YES this is synth meeting like the once we did at The national gallery. Bring your synths, we provide the coffee and PA, international guest lectures, and work shops, from Tara Pattenden and Simon Steffensen.

In the evening there will be rocking concerts, we believe that we in a international context has a lot to offer, both pro and ANTI Euro rack...

It will be the bomb and the price to participate is as usual goodiepalien low 30 Dainish kroner for the whole day!! .. It's the bomb and only we could do it ..

The Goodiepal and pals..."

Orlando Electronic Music Meetup September 2016

Published on Oct 1, 2016 Tony Miracle

"Sean Pendelton gives a talk about modular synth history at the September 2016 Orlando Electonic Music Meetup. The audio is poor for the first minute or so but it improves."

Stereoping Peach Clock - perfect midiclock sync between Volcas and FL Studio

Published on Sep 30, 2016 stereoping

"Your Volca/Drumbox does not want to run in sync with FL Studio over midiclock? This video shows the reason and my experimental workaround: the STEREOPING PEACH CLOCK. It converts audio pulses sent from the DAW into Midi Clock information (START/CLOCK/STOP) for the Volcas. Now they run perfectly synced together with FL Studio as proofed in the video. This is not a product demo, the Peach Clock can not be purchased (... yet - it might, if the interest is big enough). The video is just for educational purposes. I also have an article about the Peach Clock on my website."

Der Kreis - Analog Techno (Analog Rytm and Minitaur)

Published on Oct 3, 2016 TheKraist

"For this, I used the Elektron Analog Rytm and a Moog Minitaur. Actually there are some samples in the Rytm so it is not completely analog ;-)"

BOSS DR-110 Analogue Drum Machine Synthesizer

via this auction


via this auction

"Up for sale very rare analog synthesizer Clef B-30 Microsynth. synthesizer was made of the English corporation Clef Musical instruments. This synthesizer is in working condition. it is very difficult to find, and has a unique electronic circuitry. Despite its small size, this synth has many modes of operation - a look at the control panel."

WALDORF MicroWave XT 10-Voice Polyphonic Synthesizer SN 1107309331

via this auction

NOVATION BassStation SN 0002957

via this auction

Crumar CPB-2 - Bass Pedals Demo

Published on Oct 2, 2016 Yannis Brown

"I bought this fantastic Crumar Bass pedal - it sounds quite fat and actually you can push it a little like a 303 sound."

via this auction. Also on Reverb.

"This was produced around 1980 by Crumar and an Italian company called Music technologies. This particular model does not have the Crumar brand on it.

It produces a basic analog synth bass sound with simple controls for Envelope, Cut Off and Resonance.

You can also choose to have release controlled by the sustain envelope controller, change the wave form, and control octave via footage switch. There's a doubler as well which gives the sound a chorus-like quality.

This item has had a little light restoration:
ensured that it was tuned to scale
note footage switch changes octave but slightly offsets the tuning - this can probably be corrected internally if you are not afraid of electronics. I may also try to correct this before sale.
buttons are working and cleaned, tightened.
circuitry checked and lightly cleaned of dust.
This was used for a sounds in a video game project Atlas Reactor and I no longer need it anymore.

A great sounding piece of kit and in nice condition!

Hope you enjoy it as much as I did."

Vintage Arp Quadra synthesizer

via this auction

YAMAHA VL1 Virtual Acoustic Synthesizer SN JZ01044

via this auction

"Tone Generator/ Type S/VA (Self-oscillating Virtual Acoustic Synthesis). Modifiers Harmonic Enhancer Dynamic Filter (LPF, HPF, BPF, BEF, with resonance) Equalizer (5 bands with frequency, resonance, and boost/ cut control). Impulse Expander. Resonator. Effects 32-bit digital signal processor, stereo in/ stereo out. Modulation effects (flanger, pitch change, distortion). Feed back delay. Reverberation. Play mode Voice mode only. Smallest tone generator units: elements. Voices use 1 or 2 elements. Voices are composed on 'common data' and "element data". Polyphony 2 notes max."

Roland System 500 Eurorack Module Video

Published on Aug 31, 2016 soundseasy

"Finally got all the modules for the Roland System 500 Modular eurorack synth together so I did a little Video. The patch is quite simple with a square tooth waveform's pulse width being occasionally modulated by the LFO. The Filter also gets the LFO treatment. It gets interesting when I modulate the second Oscillator's pitch with the second envelope in cycle mode which acts like a shaped LFO with some interesting results."

Roland VP-03 Vocoder - Feeding the TR8 Drum Machine into the Mic Input

Published on Sep 29, 2016 soundseasy

"In this Video we fed the Roland TR8 Line output into the Mic input of the Roland VP03 as the modulator to trigger the vocoder. I wasn't sure it was going to work given that there doesn't seem to be a line input on the VP but I just pulled the volume down on the TR8 and it seems to be OK. I used the Roland JU-06 VIA Midi as the carrier, although I could have put the VP03 into the K-25 M and used that as the keyboard carrier."

Roland TR-09 verses TB-03 - The Perfect Duo

Published on Sep 28, 2016 soundseasy

"In this video we sync up the new Roland TB-03 and TR-09 to create a bit of old school 90's Techno. First let me say these things are a lot of fun. They really take me back to the early 1990's.


I sent midi sync from our Roland TR8 and fed it into the TB-03 which then in turn fed the TR-09. I did this as at the time I was having some fun with the timed delay in the MX-1 mixer and to get the timing the TR8 was USB synced to the MX1. I didn't use any delay in the video as I wanted to keep it clean. I just didn't want to re-cable.

All you are hearing is the TB-03 and TR-09.

My thoughts

The TR-09 sounds exactly like the real deal. The kick (although a bit loud in this vid) sounds big and punchy just like on my TR909. I only introduced the Kick Hats and ride - I'll do another video that shows off the other instruments at a later date - I only had this unit for a short period of time before Roland asked for it back.

The TB-03 is everything you'd want from a TB303 replica. I like the TB clean and rubbery. I don't go in for the distorted TB sound that is typical of the Devil Fish mod. I found the OD to be better left off. The reverb is kinda cool though.
The TB-03 is so sticky and has the right amount of swing. I loved programming it just like the real deal.

To sum up - Both these units are amazing. And they are well priced."

MISA DIGITAL NSC-16 & ROLAND Boutique JU-06 Video Jam

Published on Aug 23, 2016 soundseasy

"In this Video we are using the New MISA Digital NSC-16 hardware sequencer and the Roland JU-06 Boutique Synth. The Ju-06 is connected to the Roland AIRA MX-1 mixer where a little delay is added.

The Misa Digital Sequencer is polyphonic (you can sequence chords) and multitimbral (up to 6 instruments can be sequenced simultaneously) - In the video we load different sequences on the fly - we also change the sequence loop start and end points in real time. A very nice feature."

SOUNDS EASY Elektron Analog 4 vs Roland AIRA & Boutique

Published on Aug 12, 2016 soundseasy

"SOUNDS EASY Elektron Analog 4 vs Roland AIRA & Boutique.

Studio Jam with a few great pieces of Gear."

Modular Synth Breakbeat Jam

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Sean Brennan

"A modular synthesizer breakbeat jam featuring: Make Noise DPO, Make Noise Rene, Alright Devices Chronoblob, Abstract Data Octocontroller, Xaoc Devices Batumi"

Synthador Little Bits 20160827

Published on Aug 28, 2016 Ty Synthador

"Synthador performance with Korg Little Bits Synth Kit 20160827 for Sonic Circuits at Rhizome DC."

Lucha libre! Cool Mexican wrestling mask.

One more with the Korg Monotron Delay.

Synthador SonicCircuits 8-27-16

Sun 52216 Basement 4 mins

Published on May 22, 2016 Ty Synthador

"Synths and Moogerfoogers in the Basement"

Roland MC-09 Original Demo

Uploaded on Sep 21, 2011 magermunson

"Roland MC-09 Phrase Lab Demo, digitized from VHS Tape"

Toa Mata Band - Live in Trieste

Published on Jan 13, 2015 Opificio Sonico

Roland MC-09 PhraseLab & tiny robots triggering drums. See here for more.

"In this video the mechatronic orchestrion Toa Mata Band is performing live at the Trieste (IT) Science+Fiction Festival 2014 opening party.

It's an extract from the last live-set which contains brand new songs, was recorded live the 29th October 2014.

:: Artwork: Giuseppe Acito
:: Camera: Christopher Scherlich

:: Booking:"

Akemie's Taiko techno trial

Published on Sep 30, 2016 vcoadsr

"Short jam with the ALM Busy Circuits FM drum module 'Akemie's Taiko' & the PLAYdifferently Model1 mixer.

Amemie's Taiko FM drum module -
Model 1 mixer -"

Minilogue Deco Timeline BigSky

Published on Jan 16, 2016 Ty Synthador

"This video uses the Minilogue's factory preset 025 (Prospero) with the preset's default sequencer pattern. (The sequencer is polyphonic, so that's good). Signal chain is Deco, TimeLine, BigSky, Mackie 802VLZ4 with the mixer's tape-out into the interface for recording in Logic. From about 1:10-1:30 I slowly turn off all of the effects to let the dry signal through. Then I turn the effects back on. Verdict is that the Minilogue sounds great with fancy effects (duh!)."

Korg Minilogue Delay Feedback & Ambient Explorations

Published on Jul 23, 2016 Nick Jackson

"This is a quick demonstration of the 'noisy' delay people are talking about on the Minilogue. I happen to love it and think it can have some pretty cool applications, especially in an ambient context. I really opened up the feedback here, just to show how it can run away and self-oscillate, which to me is pretty cool. I'm also running it through a Strymon Blue Sky for some pretty pronounced reverb. I do apologize for the terrible video quality, I had to upload this as an AVI because youtube was giving me the grey screen when I tried uploading as MOV (suggestions for fixing this?)

Alsoo, at parts of this video, mostly when the filter is more closed, you can hear the notorious 'clicky' envelope that everyone is talking about. It happens when the envelope's attack is set fast and is especially noticeable on the lower notes who's harmonics stay out of the 'click' range. Not gonna lie, it's kind of shitty. Sure, you can dial it out by adjusting the attack back a bit....buttt what if I don't want to adjust your attack? What if I want a fast attack? Some people (who are probably just defending their $500 purchase) say it's no biggie and kind of adds character to the synth. I do think it is a flaw. With an instrument designed to create custom sounds, nobody should have to 'deal with' a click if they don't want one. I can see Korg coming out with a V2 of this synth sometime in the future that amends this issue..

But overall, I'm having alot of fun with the Minilogue and think it has some great capabilities, especially for people into ambient stuff like myself. Plus, oscilloscope bro!"

Reawakening -- Minilogue Ambient

Published on Jul 31, 2016

"Here's some more ambient ramblings with the Korg Minilogue. I've got some pulse-width modulation going on here. About halfway through the performance I start playing with the delay's feedback, something I've found I am quite wont to do. There is also some reverb dialed up in my DAW for some added ambience. Once again, the quality is shit, because I'm having trouble uploading .mov's lately. I had to upload this as an .avi, so the video quality is terrible (makes me look black) and the audio is only 16-bit (just think of it as a sweet digital bitcrush plug-in! lol) Anyway, i hope you enjoy or somehow find this helpful, thanks for listening."

Minilogue Ambient Rambling #3

Published on Aug 20, 2016

"In this one I am running the Mini through my guitar pedalboard with a few units engaged, such as a compressor, a couple distortion boxes, and of course that sweet sweet Strymon reverb. The only post-processing is a high rolloff around 17khz in order to tame the more piercing frequencies, because as you may have gathered, I like a bit of noise. As always, hope you enjoy and thanks for checking it out!"

KORG Minilogue analog synth rundown

Published on Aug 11, 2016 GUITARGUITAR

"Winner of 'Best Keyboard' at NAMM 2016 and it’s obvious why. We took a closer look at the Minilogue with Luke from KORG."

Roland System 8 PLUG-OUT Synthesiser

Published on Sep 27, 2016 GUITARGUITAR

"Possibly one of the most exciting new synthesizers on the market today, the new Roland System-8 redefines the future and recreates the past."

Roland VP-03 Vocoder

Published on Sep 30, 2016 GUITARGUITAR

"Possibly the most surprising of the new Roland Boutique synths, the VP-03 is based on the classic VP-330 vocoder but adds in a whole host of extra features (including it's own goose-neck microphone and sequencer) which really extends the potential way beyond what you would expect.

Here we have our Roland Planet Specialist John Sweeney speaking with Roland Product Expert David Ahlund where we get a chance to see some of the possibilites of this amazing new machine."

The TR-909 & TB-303 meets the TR-09 and TB-03

Published on Sep 26, 2016 GUITARGUITAR

"We invited long time TR909 and TB303 owner DJ Mallorca Lee (Ultra-Sonic/Public Domain) along to meet Roland Product Specialist David Ahlund who had the first TR-09 and TB-03 units in the UK with him."

Adamski signed 909. Anyone recognize the others?

Update: a couple more:

8bit Cipher

Published on Oct 3, 2016 cirtcele

"8bit Cipher being used as the timing & CV source for a patch involving Doofs, bong0s, badum Tisss, CEM33400 VCO, timbre! & LPG.
The 8bit Cipher is getting its clock and data signals from 2 LFOs.
More info:"

Elastic Drums "sampler" update 1.9 preview

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Oliver Greschke

"Elastic Drums update 1.9 is near! It will have a new sampler instrument included, that is capable of producing 'elastic' sounds, you are not able to do with a standard sampler. The sampler is able to pitch, play forth and back a sample, and you can also loop a certain period of the sample. For the iPad version there is also new "fader view", where you can edit your velocity and automation records in a more detailed way"

iTunes: Elastic Drums - O-G-SUS

ARP 1602 Sequencer + MOTM Modular + Watkins Copycat

Published on Oct 2, 2016 thainmlh

"ARP 1602 Sequencer controlling the pitch of MOTM Modular Via Channel and the frequency of a filter acting on a white noise source.
All of the audio is run through a vitange Watkins Copycat tape echo."

Tattered Shirt Set

Published on Oct 2, 2016 MrSharps02

"cute pattern i needed to record before moving on to other things. all the usual suspects, eurorack with metropolis on brownian sequence duty, octatrack on drums and mixing, analog four doing bass + other melodies. still working on my live chops, trying to keep things interesting while using as few patterns as possible."

Volca FM thru Boss DD 6 Delay

Published on Oct 2, 2016 HardtekStudios

"Even a basic guitar pedal can do wonders for the already amazing Korg Volca Bass. This time I run the FM thru a Boss DD-6 Digital Delay pedal. No midi or gate syncing. The timing is not perfect, but it adds a little bit more groove & dimension to the sound than if it was perfectly timed. Watch till the end for an awesomely thick texture made from cranking up the feedback!"

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