MATRIXSYNTH: Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Brooklyn Synth Expo 2016 Set for November 12-13


via Delicious Audio where you'll find details on how to attend.

"On the heels of the last year’s third edition, attended by more almost 1200 musicians – The Deli Magazine NYC is proud to announce the Brooklyn Synth Expo 2016, a free event hosted at Williamsburg’s instrument store Main Drag Music, and scheduled for the weekend of November 12-13.

This year’s event is particularly exciting because some major manufacturers (including KORG, Dave Smith Instruments, Arturia and Elektron) will use it to launch or unveil for the first time some of their new models.

Visitors will be able to play with large format synths, tabletop and mini synths, gadget synths, Eruorack modules and effects by these manufacturers and more:

Buchla 296e tutorial 7


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Todd Barton

"Methodically going through all the functions of the Buchla 296e Spectral Processor. this episode on Spectral Transfers. For best audio of the two examples go to:
https://soundcloud.com/user7621213/29...
and
https://soundcloud.com/user7621213/bu..."

You can find all parts of the video series here.

Yamaha CS-60 short composition


Published on Nov 1, 2016 raycastile

"After two rambling improvs [see here], I thought I'd do something more organized. This is a little composition, created in about three hours in the middle of the night on Halloween eve. The CS-60 is doing a theremin-like sound, backing up a choral sound on the Korg M1. The guitar is coming out of the Roland XP-30. You hear a little Yamaha Reface CP. The bass is played on the MoroderNova. Strings on the Ensoniq ESQ1. No arpeggiators on this one. It was played pretty loosely, with no metronome. The CS-60's pitch ribbon was acting up a bit, and you can hear it gurgle a little here and there. This is my last night before the CS-60 goes back to the tech, so this is probably the last video you will see from me for a few weeks."

Rheyne - Live Jam #157


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Rheyne

"Live looping with analog and digital musical instruments. Recorded in one take with no pre-recorded loops or samples."

Roland JX3P w/ PG 200 Programmer


via this auction

Vintage 1981 Sequential Circuits Pro One SN 3380


via this auction

"This auction is for one vintage used 1981 Sequential Circuits Pro One analog synthesizer keyboard project. I purchased this keyboard several years ago and intended to restore it but I never got around to it. This keyboard powers up and is working. Only half of the keys are working and they are all stiff. The pots and switches could stand to be cleaned. This synth has been in storage for a long time. With that being said, this keyboard is being sold "as-is" for parts or repair. Cosmetically, the keyboard shows wear including scratches and some dings on the wood sides but still looks nice overall (see pictures). The 'AMOUNT' knob under the modulation section is missing (see pictures). The plastic shaft is still there and the pot works fine."

Curious if this is a J-Wire version. If so the wires that make contact with the bus bar could just be bent. I once picked up a Pro-One for $125 because it had a stuck note. I opened it up, bent the j-wire back straight and all was good. No stiff keys though...

Update: see this video for and example of j-wires on a Micromoog.

Vintage 1981 PAIA 4700 Modular Synthesizer


via this auction

"This auction is for one super rare complete vintage used 1981 PAiA 4700 modular synthesizer. I purchased this modular synth several years ago. This modular synth powers up and everything is working. Cosmetically, the synth shows very little wear and looks great (see pictures). It has been in storage for some time, so it is a little dusty. This auction is for the 4700 modular synth in the pictures only. Here is a list of the modules:

LEFT SIDE
4712-Reverb
4730-VCF
4710-Balanced Modulator
4711-4/2 Mixer
4720-VCO
4720-VCO
4720-VCO
4770-Watt Block

RIGHT SIDE
4770-Watt Block
4770-Watt Block
4710-Balanced Modulator
4780-Sequencer
4761-Wing
4740-Envelope Generator
4720-VCO
5V P-P-Control Oscillator

This is a complete original Modular Synth with it's original two part carry case."

Another Experiment with ROLAND JV 2080 & Artutia Beatstep Pro


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Ritchie DeCarlo

#3moduleChallenge


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Sounds Like Joe

"Modular Podcast is hosting a #3moduleChallenge and this is an attempt. Challenging and fun.... This track is vanilla up to 3:00 and gets crazy from 4:00 till the end.

Echophon Clock to Rene
Rene to Rings
Rings to Echophon"

ROLI Introduces New BLOCKS Modular Music Studio Wireless Instrument


Uploaded on Nov 1, 2016 ROLI

A bit like a Korg Kaossilator on steroids. Note the surface is slightly flexible in the last video.

"Introducing BLOCKS, the most accessible and versatile music creation system ever made, opening the world of music creation to everyone.

The Lightpad Block is an easy-to-use wireless instrument powered by our free NOISE app. Use its illuminated surface to shape sounds using 5D touch. Create beats, play melodies, record loops and build songs. Connect to other BLOCKS for more performing and producing power."


"The Lightpad Block is the center of the BLOCKS system. You make music through natural movements on the Block’s smooth, glowing, pressure-responsive surface. Drop beats and shape melodies by striking, sliding, and pressing your fingers on the surface. Illuminated grids help you find your notes. Light Trails guide you to learn musical gestures quickly. To get started on BLOCKS, all you need is a Lightpad Block and NOISE, the iOS app."


"NOISE is the iOS app that powers BLOCKS. It’s free to download on iPhones and iPads. On NOISE you choose from over 100 sounds to play on your Lightpad Block. You also use the app to record loops — so you can easily make a track. Everything works wirelessly. With NOISE, BLOCKS becomes as powerful as a professional-grade synthesizer."


"The Live Block and Loop Block make it even easier to access the features you use most to make music. At the touch of a button you can record your beats, play them back, switch scales, play chords and arpeggios, and more. They connect to your Lightpad Block with a click, putting even more control at your fingertips."

"You can make music anywhere with BLOCKS. Play it on your knees, or play it on your kitchen counter. Take BLOCKS to the park. Each Block is lightweight and fits in your pocket, so you can carry them around as easily as a smartphone. Everything is wireless, so you don’t even need cords. BLOCKS opens up a new world of music-making — and a world of new places to make music."

https://roli.com/blocks

Vermona DRM1 MK3 & Moog Mother 32


Published on Nov 1, 2016 3rdStoreyChemist

"Jamming with the DRM1 and Volca Beats drum machines synced together (Receiving MIDI clock from Ableton Live, DRM1 also sequenced by Live).

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

LinnStrument Step Sequencer Jam with Analog Modular Synths through FH-1


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Geert Bevin

"This video uses the new step sequencer in LinnStrument firmware v2.0. Two sequences were programmed beforehand and control three semi-modular synths. The bass/lead line is played live using a Make Noise modular patch while the sequencer is running in the background."

SQ1 & MIDI Scale Quantizing


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Morgan Karlsson
Re-Published on Nov 16, 2016

"Korg sq1 quantized using scalegen for ipad. Midi interface Lexicon omega."

iTunes: ScaleGen - Jesper Nordin

Vintage Paia Oz 3760 Mini Synth


via this auction

"Super cool vintage Paia Oz 3760 Synth. Originally built as a kit it is a simple sine wave monophonic synth with a multiple octave switch and a pitch bend touch pad. The bend is not far down in pitch, but gives a cool wobble. Has a built in speaker and runs on batteries. Very cool little synth that works great and is an excellent platform for running into pedals or manipulating with modules."

252e & 208


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Oxix52

"The audio is straight to an Apogee Duet with no processing. Neither the eg nor the pulser was used on the 208. The gates were opened only by the 252e. The 208 5-step sequencer controlled the timbre. Random CV controlled FM and green ring selection."

Hexinverter - Red Dragon *FIRST PATCH*


Published on Nov 1, 2016 DivKidVideo

"My first play around the Hexinverter Red Dragon filter which is coming very soon. Full video also coming very soon. Simple patch but just exploring and playing around with it. It's nice to share these things! :)"

Ableton Drum Rack For Eurorack


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Voltage Control Lab

"We've explored ways to use a computer to sequence our Eurorack modular synths using Reaktor and Maschine. But what if you are using Ableton Live? Let's use a Drum Rack to keep it simple!

http://www.voltagecontrollab.com/2016..."

Novation Circuit Gets New 1.4 Components Update


Published on Nov 1, 2016 NovationTV

"Tim Harbour takes you through the new features and content available in the new 1.4 Circuit Components update.
https://www.novationmusic.com/circuit...

First up we’ve given you a bundle of new content from Team Novation (1:02)
Be sure to explore these patches and sessions. Curated from our team across the world, and all new sample content ready for you to play with.

----
New Features in 1.4

Drum Pattern Length (1:29) - Open up new possibilities in time signatures & rhythms.

Instant Pattern Switching (2:33) - Change patterns on the fly.

Session Colours (3:06) - Give your sessions a visual identity.

Starting Points (3:26) - Have your favourite patches up and ready to start writing.

Midi Clock Settings (3:47) - Link your circuit with the rest of your hardware in seconds.

Find out more information about your Circuit and new features here: https://www.novationmusic.com/circuit..."

And the official press release via Novation:

"The latest update is an advancement to the Novation groovebox that introduces several user-requested features, and brings all-new sessions, samples and synth patches.

Since its launch over a year ago, Novation’s commitment to updating Circuit has brought transformative new features to the product. From Sample Import and Sample Flip to the Components suite of browser-based utilities, Circuit’s capabilities have gone from strength to strength with every new Firmware release. Circuit v1.4 brings even more features to Circuit, making it an even more powerful addition to any live or studio performance system.

In the run-up to the new release, Novation celebrated its favourite milestones in its campaign ‘The Evolution of Circuit’. Working in collaboration with London design house Studio Murugiah, 12 key milestones of Circuit’s life have been immortalised in illustrated form (which can be viewed here). From the birth of Circuit and the Start Something campaign, to Mike Will’s leaked Instagram post, to the time KiNK and CALC jammed with Circuit in an apartment, the illustrations chart Circuit’s path to the present day and the launch of the newest Firmware.

The latest update (version 1.4) brings a new pattern-length parameter for the drum tracks to enable polyrhythmic drum sequences, where previously the drum patterns were locked to 16 steps. Also, it’s now possible to switch each track’s patterns on the fly so you can create fast-changing fills and pattern-change effects. You can now change the colour of the sessions from the unit itself (instead of from the Components software), and there are new setup options to optimise Circuit’s interoperation with other MIDI hardware. Lastly, Novation have created brand new samples, synth patches and sessions, to give you even more inspiration.


Here's what's new:

Polyrhythmic Drum Patterns
You can now set the length of your drum patterns individually to create mind-bending cross-rhythms and pattern variations.

Instant Pattern Switch
Change patterns instantly and combine with automation for glitchy drum fills and beat repeats.

Session Colour Select
Now available from the unit; change your Session colour when saving.

Clock Settings
Improved setup page with more versatile MIDI control. Separate transmit and receive settings for MIDI clock.

Circuit Packs
All-new samples, synth patches and sessions to completely transform your Circuit. Use Components to load the new Circuit Pack and, of course, backup your existing work."

https://www.novationmusic.com/circuit-components-firmware

Listener - Novation Circuit 1.4 controlling Korg Poly61M, 0-Coast and the Marvellous Leploop.


Published on Nov 1, 2016 -CALC-

"Using the new Drum Pattern Length feature and some of the new sounds included with Novation Components pack.
This is more of an ambient listener rather than a show off performance and gets going after a short build up around 35 seconds in.

The new Pattern Length is a great way to set up evolving polyrhythms. Build them up and just leave em to it, they can go on for ages.
In this track The polyrhythms get tied back in by a regular sliced loop on the Octatrack and Leploop kick and hats (although they're set to irregular lengths too).

All the Synths are sequenced by the Circuit. It really is a magnificent box as just a MIDI sequencer for external stuff but the internal sounds are great too, the new patches with 1.4 sound really mature.

Synth 1 on Circuit is controlling the 0-Coast (Arp on) and Leploop Oscillators while Synth 2 is controlling a Korg Poly 61M off camera using a signature CALC sound.

Strymon Big Skies, Time Line and Deco provide the effects in this live take. Just a stereo mixer master was recorded. No other processing at all.

The tempo is set all the way down to 30BPM clocking from OT and Circuit is playing a 7 pattern musical phrase which is why the phrases feel so long and expansive (feeling like 28 bars).

On this performance I just hit play and then brought bits in and out... fiddling with the 0-Coast on the way. As I say its more of a listener than a spectacle.

Hope you enjoy it.

-CALC-"

dreadbox erebus x 2 + novation circuit


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Andy Pidcock

"based on previous video with one erebus, but now with added erebus. As anybody knows anything with a dreadbox erebus in it is going to be good so more erebus is going to be better yes ? anyway I love them. Also featuring the mighty Novation circuit all housed in a beautiful stand made by mixingtable.com. No external effects, direct audio only. Thank you."

No conflict | Hiphop on Analog Rytm + Moog Sub 37


Published on Nov 1, 2016 BoBeats

"My third video on the Analog Rytm. This time paired with the Moog Sub 37 for some chill hiphop action. Elektrons are amazing for sure! So much instant creativity for me!

Recorded into Cubase 8 Pro. Video recorded with Canon 700D and GoPro Hero 5 Black."

Analog Heat Test 6


Published on Nov 1, 2016 verstaerker

DSP Synthesizers Prerelease for the 2HP Black Friday 808 Sale

via DSP Synthesizers

"Prerelease for the 2HP Black Friday 808!

The 2HP Black Friday edition 808 Module is now available for order.

The module is 4 voice polyphonic with a pitch CV knob and jack.
A great vintage sound in just 2HP space.

Until 24:00 on Black Friday the 25th the price is only $35 and after that $50.

There are only 50 modules available at the reduced price so make sure you sign up for one!"

ErrorInstruments & OP-1 Ambient Noise Music #TTNM


Published on Nov 1, 2016 The Tuesday Night Machines

"Another ambient noise jam with ErrorInstruments Eurorack Modular Synth modules and the OP-1 :)

PixelNoises Synth T-Shirts by The Tuesday Night Machines:
https://pixel-noises.tumblr.com

Audio gear used:
- Eurorack Modular Synth (w/ Error Instruments Hard Candy, Secret Handshake Glitch, Atom Delay, Reverse Landfill Wood Noise, RFProjex Gargoyle Delay, Bastl Instruments Cinnamon, Popcorn, etc.)
- Teenage Enginnering OP-1
- Zoom R16"

Roland SH-2 w/ FM-Filter Input Mod


via this auction

"FM mod allows cross mod of OSC1. It also features an input mod. Sound palette is very open!"

Roland TB-303 Christmas Shirt


via this auction

See the seller's other items for more.

Modal Electronics 001 Analog Digital Hybrid 2 Voice Synth


via this auction

ARP Odyssey MKII 2812 - Vintage Analog Synthesizer SN 0043


via this auction

Korg monologue analog synthesizer: First listen


Published on Oct 31, 2016 KeyboardMagazine

"The Korg monologue is a dual-oscillator monosynth with a 2-pole filter, sequencer, and surprising modulation capabilities for an instrument priced below $300. While it resembles the minilogue 4-voice polysynth, this new model has it's own sound and is designed for playing leads and basses. Check out the full review at http://www.keyboardmag.com/gear/1183/..."

And one from Alarmusic:

KORG monologue MONOPHONIC ANALOGUE SYNTHESIZER

Published on Oct 31, 2016 Alarmusic

"Korg monologue sintetizzatore analogico monofonico basato sul circuito del minilogue, ma potenziato e ottimizzato sia nel motore di sintesi, sia nel sequencer. http://www.alarrecordingstudio.com/ko..."

You can find the Monologue announcement post here, and a demo review here.

MoCo - Mother 32 and 0-Coast


Published on Oct 31, 2016 Declan Stylofone

"The crazy slope of the 0-Coast modulates the cutoff of the Mother.

The sensible LFO of the Mother modulates the overtone of the 0-Coast."

Be sure to listen to this one in stereo.

GoodLooks v2.0 - Heatseekerrr | OP-1


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Heatseekerrr

"Created with an OP-1."

Roland AIRA FX TUTORIAL: 4-STEPS SEQ and TB-303 Emulation


Published on Nov 1, 2016 gattobus

In depth tutorial about AIRA FX:
0:33 - How to build a 4 steps sequencer
2:50 - How to create a 303 synth engine
5:18 - Live demo

MicroMonsta arpegio jam exploration


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Emmanuel Celestin

"little exploration of my new synth 'Audiothingies MicroMonsta'. mega powerfull synth with little price."

Synapse Audio The Legend Synthesizer - Best Analog Emulation?


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Synth Anatomy

"Synapse Audio The Legend Synthesizer is a new virtual analog Synthesizer with the main focus of sounding analog. Check out the video and write below what do you think? Is it the best analog emulation available currently?"

#3modulechallenge modularpodcast (Ultra Random Analog, Rings, Rainmaker)


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Jericho

"My contribution to the 3 module challenge of #modularpodcast.
No further processing except some limiting.
More info regarding the challenge can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o21trHzAyMw"

Synthposium at SAE Institute Set for Monday, November 14th in Melbourne


via https://synthposium.net

"SAE Institute presents its 2nd annual Synthposium on Monday the 14th of November, from 9.30am until 9pm, at its Melbourne campus, 235 Normanby Rd, South Melbourne. Following last year’s successful evening event the Synthposium has been expanded for 2016 into an all-day academic conference and evening session of workshops, vintage gear demos and jamming.

The daytime component of the 2016 Synthposium will be an academic conference running from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Synthesizer experts will be convening from Australia, New Zealand, the UK, US and Italy to examine the question of how synthesizers convey ‘meaning through sonics’. Leading synth academics such as Warren Burt, David Haberfeld, James Gardner, Nino Auricchio, Paul Borg, Amedeo D’Adamo, Michail Exarchos, Nevina Satta and Martin Koszolko will be presenting papers examining aspects of this topic. The Synthposium is also honoured to have Robin Fox, Melbourne sound artist and director of the Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio (MESS), and Les Craythorn, tonmeister responsible for the restoration of the Victorian College of the Arts’ EMS Synthi 100, joining the Synthposium to give keynote addresses.

From 4.30pm the Synthposium will host a series of workshops and demonstrations by leading Melbourne synth practitioners and theoreticians. From 7.30pm to 9pm the Synthposium will culminate in a demonstration of vintage gear and an open jam session with hand-on knob-twiddling action. This will include the presence of rare 1970s and early 80s synthesizers and other electronic music equipment especially loaned to SAE Institute by collectors and electronic music artists throughout Melbourne for this night only.

Attendance Cost:

$40 full day access inc. paper and poster presentation
$20 full day concession
$10 evening workshops and jam session
free entry for SAE Institute students"

acid morning


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Emmanuel Celestin

"little jam with Waldorf Roket, bassline 3 and tr8 synchronised with my computer."

Acid Dub: 303/TB3/Avalon/777/VolcaBass/808/RYTM


Published on Nov 1, 2016 Honeysmack

"Gear used:
Roland TB303 Devilfish
Roland TR808
Roland TB3
Avalon Bassline
Future Retro 777
Korg Volca Bass
Elektron Rytm

Effects not shown:
Eventide Space
Ensoniq DP/2

Live single take no edits no post.

Presenting a paper 'Exploring Sonic Contexts of the Roland TB-303 Bassline Synthesizer' at the 2nd Synthposium on November 14 in Melbourne, Australia

http://synthposium.net"

ONE SYNTH #2 - BASS STATION 2 - zafrosoundz


Published on Oct 31, 2016 zafrosoundz

"All the sounds in this song are recorded from the Bass Station 2 into Ableton then edited and mixed using various plugins."

Part 1 here.

ghost spider


Published on Oct 31, 2016 Ebotronix

4ms Peg, QCD/Expander² , QPLFO, VCA Matrix
Analogue Systems RS 100², RS 110²², RS 360², RS 500e²
Arp Odyssey 2821 white noise
Bananalogue Serge VCS
Doepfer R2 m², A101-2², A131², A133², A134²² , A141,

The StyloBuzz Synth by RareBeasts


Published on Oct 31, 2016 Rarebeasts

"This is the StyloBuzz synth. Now available in my Etsy store. https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/28088..."


"The StyloBuzz is a small experimental handmade synth that is played with a stylus attached to a wire, when the wire touches one of the keyboard pads on the PCB a note is played.

If you want to hear what the StyloBuzz sounds like, I have uploaded a small YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LewByXGNpg

Stylus: The stylus is pressed on one of the 13 keyboard pads to play a note.

Mode select: The mode is changed by pressing the S2 button and cycles through the 5 modes back to 1. The mode levels are adjusted using the vr2 potentiometer.
Modes:
1. Frequency: Shifts the frequency up or down.
2. Sweep Size: Controls the amount the frequency will shift up and down.
3. Sweep intensity: Controls how quickly the sweep frequency will change.
4. Chopper intensity: Changes how quickly the note is strobed.
5. Note Length: Change the length of the note.

The output is via a 3.5mm stereo socket which can be plugged into earphones, a computer sound card, mixer or amplifier.

*Please note a screw driver is required to fit the battery.

If you would like to build your own feel free, I have included the instructions here.

I hope that gives you a basic idea about how the StyloBuzz works, if you have any questions about it please feel free to convo me.

Happy noise making,
RareBeasts"

Futureretro XS


Published on Nov 1, 2016 SYNTH GURU

"Future Retro XS testing: sequence from Intellijel Metropolis"

Futureretro XS,Intellijel Metropolis sequencer,Peaks lfo mode

Published on Nov 1, 2016 SYNTH GURU

"Futureretro XS,Intellijel Metropolis sequencer,Peaks lfo mode to XS filter mod"

Korg Introduces the KingKORG BK | The Dark King is Here


Published on Oct 31, 2016 Korg

"A new generation of modeling synthesizer that covers all synth sounds.

The KingKORG faithfully reproduces the ways in which the oscillator and filter of an analog synthesizer can change, giving you freedom to shape your sound. A diverse range of synth sounds can be covered by this single instrument.

A stylish black model has arrived. The black panel with its array of parameter knobs expresses a reverence for classic instruments of history, and awakens the instincts of the keyboardist who wants to control the sound to their heart's content."

http://www.korg.com/us/products/synthesizers/kingkorg/

Korg Monologue Analog Synthesizer Review


Published on Oct 31, 2016 SweetwaterSound

"Daniel Fisher, Sweetwater’s mad synthesist, gets some hands-on time with an early prototype of the Korg Monologue Monophonic Analog Synthesizer. The synth is running on battery power and the audio out is going directly to the video camera’s audio input with no added effects.

Real-time performances of Monologue Programs start at 14:53"

KORG Introduces New Monologue Next-generation Monophonic Analog Synthesizer - Monologue w/ Colors!


Published on Oct 31, 2016 Korg

And we now know what the colors in the teaser referred to. No tolex though?


KORG monologue | Next-generation monophonic analog synthesizer

"Beautiful and Powerful. Next-generation monophonic analog synthesizer in a vivid five-color lineup. More about monologue at: http://www.korg.com/products/synthesi...

The monologue is a 25-key, fully programmable monophonic analog synthesizer with a voice all its own. While sharing its sleek layout, knob-per-function workflow and high-quality construction with the best-selling minilogue, monologue is a truly unique new synth for all types of musicians; featuring new voicing and sound sculpting abilities – at an amazing price. The monologue's completely new filter, modulation, drive, and LFO can generate powerful basses and sharp leads, creating awesome mono sounds that showcase its single-voice design. The step sequencer has also been dramatically expanded, allowing more intuitive and more complex editing. With a lineup that gives you a choice of five eye-catching colors, this compact instrument has a strong personality to match your own.


* All sounds and sequences were created and performed with monologue."

"Beautiful and Powerful. Your own monologue!

Next-generation monophonic analog synthesizer in a vivid five-color lineup.

Fully programmable, analog synthesis for all players; monologue is the next-generation monophonic synthesizer that shares the spirit of the acclaimed minilogue, with a completely new voice and powerful new features.

The monologue is a 25-key, fully programmable monophonic analog synthesizer with a voice all its own. While sharing its sleek layout, knob-per-function workflow and high-quality construction with the best-selling minilogue, monologue is a truly unique new synth for all types of musicians; featuring new voicing and sound sculpting abilities – at an amazing price. The monologue's completely new filter, modulation, drive, and LFO can generate powerful basses and sharp leads, creating awesome mono sounds that showcase its single-voice design. The step sequencer has also been dramatically expanded, allowing more intuitive and more complex editing. With a lineup that gives you a choice of five eye-catching colors, this compact instrument has a strong personality to match your own.

ARP ODYSSEi | The legendary analog synthesizer for iOS


Published on Oct 31, 2016 ARP

iTunes: ARP ODYSSEi - KORG INC.
"*** Special Sale for a limited time to celebrate the debut of ARP ODYSSEi (33% OFF) until Nov 30! ***"

"The legendary ARP sound, exquisitely reproduced in software. A mobile analog synthesizer for iOS. More about ARP ODYSSSEY Module at: http://www.arpsynth.com/ or http://www.korg.com/arpodyssei/

The next platform for the ARP ODYSSEY is iOS. We want the unforgettable ARP sound to be easily available on a device that as many as possible of today's players can obtain; this resulted in the "ARP ODYSSEi" app for iPad / iPhone. Based on the revived ARP ODYSSEY, we used KORG's proprietary CMT circuit modeling technology to reproduce the analog feeling and sound of the original as closely as possible. We've also given it numerous enhancements that are possible only with software, such as long-awaited polyphony and built-in effects."


iTunes: ARP ODYSSEi - KORG INC.

"*** Special Sale for a limited time to celebrate the debut of ARP ODYSSEi (33% OFF) until Nov 30! ***


The legendary ARP sound, exquisitely reproduced in software.
ARP ODYSSEi - A mobile analog synthesizer for iOS.

The ARP Odyssey of 1972 has earned an unshakable position as a classic analog synthesizer. In 2015, KORG produced the ARP ODYSSEY, a complete reproduction of the original. The ARP genes that shook the worldwide music scene are being passed on, and its history continues.

The next platform for the ARP ODYSSEY is iOS. We want the unforgettable ARP sound to be easily available on a device that as many as possible of today's players can obtain; this resulted in the "ARP ODYSSEi" app for iPad / iPhone. Based on the revived ARP ODYSSEY, we used KORG's proprietary CMT circuit modeling technology to reproduce the analog feeling and sound of the original as closely as possible. We've also given it numerous enhancements that are possible only with software, such as long-awaited polyphony and built-in effects.

The real analog ARP ODYSSEY, and now the uniquely evolved ARP ODYSSEi, brings the universal fascination and inimitable sound to every device.

* Due to differences in CPU speed of iPads / iPhones, iPad 3rd gen/2/iPad mini/iPhone 4s are not supported, only iPad Air/iPhone 5s or later is recommended.

[ Features ]

- Faithfully models the circuit of the ARP ODYSSEY: The circuitry has been reproduced using KORG's proprietary CMT (Component Modeling Technology), developed over the years starting with the KORG Legacy Collection.

- New functions to create all-new ARP sounds: Added a voice assign mode that allows you to play chords, an arpeggiator that can be programmed in detail like a step sequencer, and effects that can transform the sound in diverse ways.

- Get all three of the sought-after revisions: In addition to the standard design of the Rev3 with its black panel and orange silk-screening, you can optionally obtain the white-paneled Rev1 and the black-paneled gold silk-screened Rev2 designs, together with fifty new preset sounds that take advantage of the distinctive filters of those models.

- Produce music together with KORG Gadget: ARP ODYSSEi can be used in conjunction with the "KORG Gadget" music production DAW app that has won numerous awards around the world. If both apps are installed, it can be used as the "Lexington" gadget inside the KORG Gadget app.

More info at korg.com"

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