MATRIXSYNTH: Monday, October 24, 2016

Monday, October 24, 2016

Synthrotek MST Mono Voice Power Lunch System - Eurorack Sound Production


Published on Oct 24, 2016 synthrotek

http://store.synthrotek.com/MST-Mono-...

"Housed in Synthrotek's Power Lunch, the MST Mono Voice System is a powerful analog monophonic FULLY modular synthesizer. Includes a power brick and a 20-pack of patch cables.

Modules:
MST MIDI to CV Converter
MST VC LFO
MST VCO
MST Dual Envelope
MST Low Pass Filter
MST Dual VCA
1U UniBuffer
1U Stereo Output Mixer"

Circuit Workflow #2 - Making a dance track


Published on Oct 24, 2016 BoBeats

"This is my second workflow video for the Novation Circuit. It is a video where I make a "song" or groove from scratch. Feel free to skip as these videos tend to get quite long. I hope you enjoy it.

Buy the patches from www.lightfinger.net"

You can find previous videos by BoBeats with Circuit posted here.

Erica Synths In-Store Event at Perfect Circuit Audio


Published on Oct 24, 2016 Perfect Circuit Audio

"Erica Synths present their product line at the Perfect Circuit Audio store in Burbank, CA."

http://www.perfectcircuitaudio.com

Final Run of Flight of Harmony Quad Plague Bearer


via Flight of Harmony

"Flight of Harmony is taking pre-orders for the last ten Quad Plague Bearer stand-alone units. These units are based on the v3.3 circuit boards and will feature inverted graphics (aluminum on black, like the Sound of Shadows module)."

USD$350.00+ Shipping & Handling

For those not familiar with the Quad Plague Bearer:

"What is the Quad Plague Bearer Desktop Unit?

It is four independent Plague Bearers housed together to infect, corrupt and pervert a signal beyond recognition.

It contains four Voltage-Controlled Resonant Bandpass filters that were designed with the goals of maximum signal alteration and maximum parameter control. Each filter has controls for varying the high and low corner frequencies of the pass band, as well as variable gain and an input attenuator. Each section of the Plague Bearer can be used as a filter, an oscillator, a noise generator, or even as a resonance oscillator!

Depending on the settings, the filter can be a lowpass, highpass, single-bandpass, or multiple-bandpass. Adjusting the resonance point can cause the filter to self-oscillate in many ways: By adjusting the controls to just below the point of oscillation, and then applying a pulse, square, or other abrupt-edged input signal waveform will “ring” the filter. A simple “click” on the input can give a percussive output sound – from bass drum to bell to a harsh metallic clang; Crank the controls up and this beast will scream like a banshee! The oscillation can be damped or continuous. Chain a couple in series and get accumulating feedback – the build-up can be slow, fast or instantaneous. White Noise is easy to do – you don’t even need an input signal! Turn the input all the way down, and then slowly turn the gain up. You can adjust the “color” of the noise with the frequency controls. Daisy-chaining multiple filters can give a “comb” or multi-phase noise. About phase-shift characteristics: A single filter can give a STRONG chorus effect if so desired, useful as a sub-oscillator or just to 'fatten' a sound."

You can find additional details and samples on the Flight of Harmony website here.

Videohaters


Published on Oct 24, 2016 goto80

"808 and C64 with the accompanying Boss Delay"

CMS 2607 GATED REVERB DEMOS

CMS 2607 DEMO #3 - GATED REVERB PATCH

Published on Oct 24, 2016 Phil Cirocco

"This is a demo of the CMS 2607 featuring a gated reverb patch with a basic sequence and a Roland 808."

CMS 2607 DEMO #4 - RESONANT GATED REVERB PATCH

Published on Oct 24, 2016 Phil Cirocco

"This is a demo video of the new CMS 2607 using a tuned resonant gated reverb patch."

You can find all parts including details on the CMS 2607 here.

ARP 2600 Synthesizer with 2630 Keyboard


via this auction

YAMAHA CS-30 Vintage Analog Synthesizer with Sequencer


via this auction

"Basically new, really can't find scratch on it, have been sitting in my non smoke studio for the last 8 years, bought it new old stock 8 years ago and never left my studio since then, working perfectly as new."

Studio Electronics ATC-1 w/ Minimoog Filter


via this auction

"Excellent mono Analog synth. Comes with Moog cartridge"

Come Together


Published on Oct 24, 2016 Old Beats

Moog Voyager - Bass
Moog Mother 32 + Intellijel Mult - Synth FX
Novation Bass Station 2 - Synth Seq.
Roland Alpha Juno 2 W7 Boss OS 2 - Heavy Guitar
Yamaha TX81Z - PipeOrgan
Roland P 330 - Piano
AKAI VX 90 - Palm Muting Guitar FX
Jomox AirBase 99
Alesis SR 16
TC Electronic M350
TC Electronic Flashback
TC Electronic HOF
Alesis Philtre
Alesis Ampliton
Allen & Heath Zed 428 mixer
Audio directly from the mixer
Sequenced and Synced with Ableton Live only MIDI

Takete - Hidden UI features


Published on Oct 24, 2016 RefinedStochastic

iTunes: Takete - Refined Stochastic Technology

Pioneer DJ Toriaz SP16 Demo with Matt Play


Published on Oct 24, 2016

Pioneer DJ Toriaz SP16 Performance with Matt Play


http://www.kraftmusic.com/brands/casi...

"Matt Play from Pioneer DJ demonstrates the DJ Toraiz SP-16 Sampler and Sequencer at Kraft Music.

The Pioneer DJ Toraiz SP-16 is a hardware sampler and step sequencer with analog filters provided by Dave Smith Instruments. Create patterns with the 16-step sequencer, trigger samples and loops with the 16 multicolored performance pads, and manipulate sounds and parameters with the powerful processing engine, rotary dials, and touch strip. The Toraiz SP-16 also features USB sample loading and beat sync with Pro DJ Link, MIDI, and USB connection.

Get more for your money with an exclusive Pioneer DJ Toraiz SP-16 sampler and sequencer BUNDLE from Kraft Music. These package deals include the accessories you'll need to get the most out of your new sampler, all for one low price. If you have any questions, please give us a call. Our knowledgeable sales advisors will be happy to assist in choosing the BUNDLE that's right for you!"

DSI Tracks by Garrett Becker



This one spotted and sent in via Soviet Space Child.

The following are the details for each track:

1. Fields: DSI Prophet 12, DSI OB-6, Spectrasonics Keyscape, OTO Bim, OTO Biscuit, Strymon BIgSky, Strymon Deco

2. Night Walks: Ambient track made with Prophet 12, Oto biscuit, and Strymon Bigsky

3. Complications: Composed entirely with DSI Prophet 12 synthesizer, except drums. Processed with OTO BIM and Strymon Bigsky.

4. Can't You Find Me? - Song featuring Prophet 6 and Prophet 12 synthesizers

5. Prophet 6 Jam - I was listening to Com Truise and John Carpenter soundtracks all day. Then I made this.

MeeBlip! Bloop! Plop! Exploring the sounds of the Triode


Published on Oct 24, 2016 Olivier Ozoux

"Spending a little bit more time with the MeeBlip Triode, exploring the additional control over Midi, and a little bonus stop motion video of the internals."

'Get Dirty' - ngarjuna


Published on Oct 24, 2016 ngarjuna

"Modular Jam 61 - 'Get Dirty'
Produced by ngarjuna and Deborah Sherman
© 2016 Acid Coast

Patch Notes:
All Seeing Drums in Patterning (composited)

SMR Pips
Sequencer 1 Gate, Accent, Clock, CV1, CV2, Wogglebug Burst
are each hitting one of the six channels of the SMR
Left and Right inputs being fed by Sputnik 1 and Sputnik 2 respectively each cross FM’ing one another with Maths SUM (double cycling) adding to the EXP input on Sputnik 2, Wogglebug Stepped modulating CV input on Sputnik 1 with a Rubicon LFO further hitting the EXP input on Sputnik 1
CV3 on Seq1 is what’s moving the rotation along the dial

Lead Voice
Sequencer 1 pushing the Cranial Saw (Saw/Square/Sub mix) into the Polaris VCF in Bandpass A
FM1 is being fed by Maths SUM getting signal from Minimod Envelope and Rene (CV sequence to Unquantized OUT)
FM2 full positive fed by uVCA 2 which is dynamically sending Rubicon audio rate triangle wave modulated by a mixture of a Seq1 LFO, some random from the Wogglebug Stepped and OR out from PEG
Much of the movement including the longer sweeps is accomplished via manual wiggling on the Polaris cutoff

Bass
STO VARI OUT to Optomix
FM’d by its own SIN OUT (tuned to a pretty low octave)
Sputnik VARI OUT (Square) to Optomix
Maths enveloping Optomix and Sputnik VARI CV (ch1) and providing Accent (ch4)

Zaps
Pittsburgh Oscillators into STG Soundlabs Post Lawsuit Filter
Modulated by Sequencer 1 LFO

All Acid lines in Audiorealism ABL3

Male vocals made with the TransVocal Discombobulator (Uhe Diva/Zynaptiq Morph/Cytomic The Drop)

Female robot vocals processed with Audio Damage Replicant"

Korg Minilogue + Electrix WarpFactory Vocoder Demo


Published on Oct 21, 2016 Genshi Media Group

Demo starts after 2:50.

"Trying out the Korg Minilogue with the Electrix WarpFactory Vocoder (going through a Strymon blueSky pedal for reverb.) Also, first time actually talking in my video... also, shaved all of my hair off! (because who wants to watch a guy with a ponytail.) Vocoded lyrics:

Here we are in the Spaceship of your mind
And we'll see you in your dreams
And we'll ride the Galactic Beam
To Outer Space…
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hear more of my music at - https://soundcloud.com/genshi
And on my record label - http://www.zerogenshi.com/index2.html

Follow me on Twitter - https://twitter.com/genshi
And on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/genshi/"

Roland CR-68 Analog Drum Machine With MIDI Input


Published on Oct 24, 2016 synthignition


via this auction

"Listing is for a Roland CR-68 CompuRhythm analog drum machine with MIDI input! MIDI input triggers drum sounds but does not synchronize the internal patterns to MIDI clock as it is meant to serve as an analog drum sound source."

Buchla 296e tutorial 5


Published on Oct 24, 2016 Todd Barton

"continuing with my Buchla 296e Spectral Processor tutorials, this one on the Spectral Display and the Envelope Followers."

All parts here.

pandom | talking synth

pandom


talking synth

Published on Oct 24, 2016 Ebotronix

4ms Peg, QCD/Expander² , QPLFO, VCA Matrix
Analogue Systems RS 100², RS 110²², RS 360²
Arp Odyssey 2821 white noise
Bananalogue Serge VCS

1982 HOHNER STRING PREFORMER SN 818150


via this auction

"The Hohner String Performer is a fully electronical string machine made in Germany. It has strings in 3 footages (CELLO, VIOLA, VIOLIN), which are mixable via volume faders. Also CLAVICHORD and PIANO presets, all free mixable. Each half of the keyboard has these features. A bass preset can be added to the left half of the keyboard.

On the right, there is a simple monophonic preset synthesizer with 4 presets: BRASS, STRING, CLARINET and PLANET. The String Performer is fully polyphonic and has a decent analog string tone.
This german early eighties string keyboard was one of the last variations on building a string ensemble keyboard with or without some extras added.

This one features:

PIANO
CLAVINET
CELLO
VIOLA
VIOLIN
as full polyphonic sound sources. Additionally a bass sound can be activated for the lower two octaves. The keyboard is split in two plus three octaves. And each half can get a unique combinations of the above named sounds.

At the right hand of the keyboard you can switch on one of the five available monophonic synth sound presets:

BASS
STRING
CLARINET
PLANET
OCTAVE (transposes all the sounds named before one octave down) The volume of the mono synth section is usually way higher then the rest of the keyboard.

In the back there are the following sockets (left to right):
GENERAL out (= main out)
BASS out
STRINGS out
PIANO/CLAVINET/ SOLO (= mono synth) out
SUSTAIN PEDAL in
FOOTSWELL pedal in
MAINS in (the 110V versions appear to have an external power supply)"

Moog Multimoog Keyboard Synthesizer


via this auction

This keyboard works perfectly. It's condition is very near mint. All keys and knobs are tight and beautiful. The ribbon controller is in perfect shape, which is usually the first part to age/be damaged. It has had one slight modification, which you can see in the photos - the fine tuning knob has been moved from the back of the chassis to the front, directly to the right of the keyboard. It holds it's pitch excellently, but it's nice to be able to tune to someone else without thinking about it too much. This is a beautiful piece."

Roland SVC-350 Vocoder SN 423650


via this auction

"Up for auction is a used Vintage Roland SVC-350 Vocoder Analog Synthesizer in Very Good to Excellent Condition. This rack unit works without any issues at all. Cosmetically it is in very good to excellent condition with scuffs and scratches..."

MFB Dominion 1 Paraphonic Analogue Synth


via this auction

Sequential Circuits Six Trak Vintage Analog Synthesizer SN 004508


via this auction, also listed on Reverb here.

Yamaha DX7 II D FM Synthesizer


via this auction

Roland JUNO-6


via this auction

"The original juno 6 is known to many as the best of the Juno series. There's something different about the oscillators and filter i believe. We, at one point, compared it to a Juno 60 and a Juno 106. The original 6 had a slightly bigger and beefier sound than that of the 60 (although the 60 offered patch recall). The 106 was the smoothest but lacked the "attitude" of the 6. For these reasons we have kept and used this Juno 6 for years and used it on many recordings. It has always deliver the BEST of the juno sound."

Anyone confirm the difference between the 6 and 60? The 106 is definitely different, but the 6 and 60 are supposed to be sonically identical.

CASIO FZ-1 Sampler Synth Keyboard First Peek Demo

CASIO FZ-1 Sampler Synth Keyboard First Peek Demo w/Vocal Pads

Published on Oct 24, 2016 mylarmelodies

"Casio FZ-1 Resource Links & Further Listening below!

---MUSIC---
LFO - Frequencies: https://open.spotify.com/album/5HJhDq...
(Partcularly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFSel...) [below]
Aphex - SAW II: https://open.spotify.com/album/17vHPM...
And of course: https://open.spotify.com/track/4LKt0w... (Sounds like multiple loop points in action now I listen to it having used the machine, multiple outs used for stereo)

----FZ1 RESOURCES---
Info on the filter: http://www.buchty.net/casio/dcf.html
HxC Replacement SD Card Drive: http://hxc2001.free.fr/floppy_drive_e...
Disk Libraries: http://www.warningwillrobinson.com.au..."

LFO - Freeze

Metroid - Norfair (Analog Synth remake)


Published on Oct 24, 2016 Luminist

"I wanted to find out what the original NES Metroid soundtrack would be like if it was remade with REAL synths, 70s/80s style. Here's Norfair.

All sounds were generated with a Korg MS20 Mini, then processed with some juicy studio effects to make things more atmospheric.

Original composition by Hirokazu 'Hip' Tanaka - any credit goes to him for writing such an immersive soundtrack in the first place. Happy 30 years of Metroid!!"

VCOADSR - Brighton Modular Meet 2016


Published on Oct 24, 2016 DivKidVideo

"VCOADSR giving it some techno on his eurorack system at the Brighton Modular Meet from earlier this year. Nice!"

new acoustic lullaby in eurorack


Published on Oct 24, 2016 paul tas

"a favourable soon www.errorinstruments.com"

Dave Smith Instruments "In the Spotlight with the Prophet 12" with Peter Dyer

The sixth in the Dave Smith Instruments' "In The Spotlight with the PRO 2" series is currently up with Peter Dyer here.

"Peter Dyer is a keyboardist, musical director, sound designer, and producer who has toured and recorded with Aloe Blacc, Adam Lambert, St. Vincent, Mariah Carey, Van Hunt, Crystal Lewis, and Cam, among many others. Other recording credits include Avicii’s “True” album and global hit “Wake Me Up,” Flo Rida, Nile Rodgers, Vancouver Sleep Clinic, and tours with AlunaGeorge and Quadron. A devoted DSI user and fan, Peter has contributed factory presets for the Prophet 12, Pro 2, Prophet-6, OB-6, and Tempest.

Most recently, he’s done programming for Miguel, Hayley Kiyoko, and Tegan & Sara’s fall tours, as well as sound design for BMW’s coming action short-film, 'The Escape.' Peter’s band, Rafferty, has had placements with Apple and the CW’s Supergirl ads. Peter is also part of synth-pop act Monogem."

You can find previous posts featuring DSI's Spotlight series here.

Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro Overview Videos by Marc Doty aka AutomaticGainsay


Published on Oct 24, 2016 AutomaticGainsay

Playlist:
01-The Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro: Part 1-Oscillators1
02-The Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro: Part 2-Oscillators2
03-The Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro: Part 3-Filters
04-The Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro: Part 4- Sync and Envelopes

MMO-4


MMO-4 from chnry on Vimeo.

"Demonstration of the MMO-4 synthesizer from http://www.nozoïd.com"

Details posted here.

Korg Minilogue Demo with Fresh Manicure


Published on Oct 24, 2016 INTIMAT CHINE

"Trying out this synthesizer for the time it takes our nails to dry."

Live Synthesizer Jam 50 : Korg Volca Bass, Microkorg, Roland JU-06, Monotron Delay


Published on Oct 24, 2016 Todd Smith

"Support my music, visit my Bandcamp !!

https://toddsmithmusic.bandcamp.com/

In this little jam I use my new radio and wire it into my Korg Monotron Delay. I played with the Cutoff and radio volume to create a sample type effect. This was the first time I've used the Korg Monotron Delay with a real radio so it was a real fun experiment. I learned a lot and enjoyed the results.

The Korg Volca Bass plays the sub bass and is sequenced by Ableton while the Roland Boutique JU-06 supplies the arp type sequence. Enjoy !!

: Gear Used :

Radio
Korg Monotron Delay
Korg Microkorg
Korg Volca Bass
Roland Boutique JU-06
Midi Solutions Quarda Thru
Behringer Micromix MX400
Tascam US-144mkII Audio Interface
Waves Effects
Ableton Live 8 ( Used as digital mixer / multi track )"

Sequential Circuits Prelude 1982 Analog Synthesizer


via this auction

"In excellent condition for its age. This synth has been VERY well kept. The string and brass sections sound glorious. It's only missing a single fader cap on the pitch bend. All buttons, knobs, and keys work perfect. No issues. Cosmetically, it looks very nice as well."

Sequential Circuits Pro One Synthesizer SN 2064


via this auction

"I am the original owner of this Sequential Circuits Pro One vintage synthesizer, serial number 2064. I purchased it from Guitar Center Hollywood in August, 1981. The power transformer is case-mounted and the keyboard is the J-wire type. It has spent its entire life in my home recording studio and is in excellent condition as you can see in the photos.

If you're not familiar with the Pro One, its sound generation is 100% analog. The keyboard inputs are digital as are its onboard sequencer and arpeggiator. It has versatile modulation routing and is outrageously fun to play with.

I did the following to prepare it for sale:

1. Cleaned it thoroughly inside and out.

Alesis Andromeda A6 Synthesizer


via this auction

"The right end cap and key cap are detached. Right now I have them taped on. (See photos.) Should be a fairly easy fix, I think you can just screw them in, but I haven't figured out how to do that. This doesn't affect the sound/functionality at all and doesn't really affect the durability. Good condition otherwise."

Akai AX60 Synthesizer


via this auction

"Comes with the hard-to-find sampler adapter. You can hook up an external sound source to this synth via RCA jacks."

Vintage Moog Memorymoog with LAMM


via this auction

"The Memorymoog is in AS-IS condition. Due to the storing conditions, the foam in the case became tacky and fell throughout the keyboard. Upon internal inspecting, a number of the capacitors showed signs of corrosion. All electrolytic capacitors have been replaced throughout the synth. However, it still has a fluctuation when powering up. This is not a power supply or voltage issue, but rather, a boot error from the CMOS itself. It has worked intermittently at times, but it continues to keep stopping during the boot process and freezes. When it didn't freeze, everything was working well. It is being sold as-is at this time, however, a search for new CMOS chips with the programming are being sought after. If these are found and it resolves the boot issue, the synth will be reposted in working condition, and I am sure the price will be even higher.

This MemoryMoog has the Linntronics LAMM upgrade installed.

The battery is also new."

Vintage Minimoog Model D SN 3387


via this auction

"Moog MiniMoog Model D serial #3387 was manufactured in the USA in the 1970's and is being sold in used condition as is along with item's power supply cable only. I purchased this item from Guitar Center in June, 2012. I had the keyboard serviced at that time by the Moog service center in Mesa, Arizona where they went over the entire keyboard and as a result they replaced the power supply cable, adjusted pitch wheel and modulation wheel. Cleaned all pots, connectors, switches and jacks. Cleaned all keyboard contacts. Calibrated all oscillators and tuned the A440. The keyboard has been kept in the studio, where it was lightly played and never used on the road. The keyboard operates and oscillators tune up and then plays in tune."

Arps and Pads with the Roland RS5 + Strymon ElCapistan & BlueSky


Published on Oct 24, 2016 JediSid

"A quick Arps and Pads demo with the Roland RS5 synthesizer featuring the Strymon Elcapistan and BlueSky"

Design Scenarios | Roland TB-03


Published on Oct 24, 2016 Mike Kiraly

"The Roland TB-03 doing what it does best. Add in a touch of the Harvestman's Piston Honda mkII and you've got pure squelch.

www.sonicscenarios.com or www.sonic-scenarios.com"

Modular Synth - Patch in Progress 40


Published on Oct 24, 2016 isvisible / isinvisible

"Working on another new track.
The main voice is both outputs of the Neutron Sound 'Orgone Accumulator', additional noises and things from the WMD 'Synchrodyne' and 'Expand', plus the Modcan 'Quad LFO' in audio rate.

For (mainly finished) music head on over to:
https://soundcloud.com/isvisible
https://isvisible.bandcamp.com
https://isinvisible.bandcamp.com"

MODULÖR114 84hp song


Published on Oct 24, 2016 Davide Mancini

The Big Elektron Analog Heat Video - Sonic LAB


Published on Oct 24, 2016 sonicstate

"An in depth look and listen to the new analog processor from Elektron. With Cenk, aka Dataline. Plenty of sound examples"

DL - Techno Live Set 2016 #32


Published on Oct 24, 2016 DL Live

"Hardware Techno Live Set with Elektron and Roland gear."

Live improvisation on Tokarev Protosynth V1 + V2 + compressor prototype + LP filter


Published on Oct 24, 2016 Konstantin T

"Live improvisation design test session on my Tokarev Protosynth V1 and V2 prototype connected through a digital dynamic range compressor prototype that I built based on the TAS3002 integrated circuit. Compressor output goes through an optically controllable frequency low pass filter and finally recorded to computer. MIDI notes are sent from FL Studio on separate MIDI channels for both V1 and V2 synths. Drums sequenced on FL Studio.

The V2 synthesizer features separate DAC bit outputs which are connected to an analog source selector. Selection of the output is synchronized to MIDI clock coming from FL Studio. Some details are yet to be done in the clock synchronization timing selection so that it always synchronizes from first beat."
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