MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

YAMAHA SK-20 - Ambient chillout piano music【SYNTH DEMO】


Published on Nov 16, 2016 synth4ever

"Yamaha SK-20 synth demo - playing relaxing ambient chillout piano music on Yamaha SK-20 combo organ / string / analog synthesizer from Yamaha. The Yamaha SK-20 is a vintage organ/stringer polysynth with tremolo and ensemble effects.

Additional effects from MXR Stereo Chorus, Eventide SPACE reverb & Timefactor delay guitar pedals."

Snazzy FX -Hi gain with external gates


Published on Nov 16, 2016 snazelle

Cyclone Analogic Drum Drone TT-606


Published on Nov 16, 2016 Perfect Circuit Audio

"Demonstration of the Cyclone Analogic TT-606 Drum Drone drum machine"

Details posted earlier here. Some currently for sale here.

Phase - New Phase Distortion Synth for Pocket Chip - 1st Stand Alone Synth for the Pocket Chip?

Phase sound test (pocket chip)

Published on Nov 16, 2016 humbletune

Remember the PocketC.H.I.P.? It looks like we have our first featured synth for it (unless anyone knows of another). Phase is a phase distortion synthesizer from Erik Sigth, the maker of Shapesynth, Sinusoid, frekvens, strng and other iOS apps.


Details:

"Phase is a phase distortion synthesizer written for the pocket chip. It has two individually tuned oscillators with controls for ring modulation, adsr, 4 - 32 point phase distortion, 8 point pitch adsr and distortion adsr. Further shape the sound with a stereo delay, phaser and chorus. Play the three playmodes: 4 voice polyphonic, monophonic or arpeggio with the pocket chip keyboard or by plugging in a usb midi device.

To find out more visit:
http://www.humbletune.com/phase/"

Buchla ~ dig it


Published on Nov 16, 2016 Ebotronix

Buchla System #1 (five tracks) , Doepfer R 2m
Knas Ekdahl 'the Moisturizer' to Maestro Ringmodulator
Lexicon PCM 80 / 90, Moog CP 251(cv mix & noise)
Rane SM 26,. Rocktron Rack Interface
Alesis 3630 Compressor, Aphex Model 104
Yamaha MCS 2, KX 25
Mackie the mixer²
vid # 1632

MOOG MemoryMoog Plus 345P Vintage Analog Synthesizer Keyboard SN 1932


via this auction

VINTAGE MTI AO-1 AUTO ORCHESTRA ANALOG DRUM MACHINE BASS SYNTHESIZER


via this auction

Korg MS20 & Boss MD2 Mega Distortion


Published on Nov 16, 2016 3rdStoreyChemist

"Original mk1 MS20 - MD2

No further processing used except for normalisation."

MATRIXSYNTH Review and Overview of the Novation UltraNova - Effects & Vocoder


Part 4 of my UltraNova review and overview is now live. This section goes over the Effects and Vocoder of the UltraNova in detail. Pictured to the left is the UltraNova's Gator effect. It is quite unique.

Click here to go directly to the start of this section. If you want to start at the beginning of the review click here. This is a long review, so to make things easier on you, and me, it's going up in sections. One more to go!

BTW, you can always find the link to the full review on the top right of the site, under the "CHECK OUT:" section.

Zebralette MARS - A Synthmorph MIDI Sequence Walkthrough for the FREE U-he Zebralette


Published on Aug 2, 2016 SynthMorph

https://goo.gl/7vubD9

"Zebralette MARS contains 70 crafted presets and 15 highly tweaked Synthmorph MIDI sequences in order to create some modulation magic.

Here is a free pack where the concept can be tested using the free Synth1:
https://synthmorph.com/products/synth1-pluto-box-synthmorph"

Modular On The Spot Seattle 3 11/9/16 @ Mokedo


Published on Nov 16, 2016 donaldjasoncrunk

"An awesome lineup of modular performers for the third Modular On the Spot event held in Seattle. Thanks to Bradley M. for organizing, Mokedo for hosting, and Nick B for doing amazing visuals all night! Audio recorded with Zoom H5 built in X/Y for most performances. Performances by:

Kyle Hola
Cindy Reichel
Carl Farrow
Chris Lehfeldt - Infradead
Sean Liam Holt - Høltech
Nick Santos - Horse With One Leg
Shawn Shirey - Dark Side of the Tune
Daniel Miller - Infideltek
Jason Degelman - Donald Crunk
John L Rice

Modular visuals by Nick Bartoletti"

259e Montser


Published on Nov 16, 2016 Oxix52

"In this video, I explore Todd Barton's technique of 259e self-modulation. The 259e is run through the 297 and then stereoized by the 285e."

See Todd Barton's 259e tutorial series here.

Audulus Build Podcast w/ Bimini Road - Episode 5: ES-8 Acid Bass Sequencer


Published on Nov 16, 2016 audulus

Get Audulus for: iOS | Mac | Windows/Linux

You can find all parts in this series here.

"The Audulus Build Podcast hosted by Bimini Road explains how to approach building your own custom synthesizer modules with Audulus.

Send your build requests to mark@audulus.com - he'll show you how to make anything you want!

Note: This series assumes familiarity with the menus and basic functions of Audulus and modular synthesis in general. If you need a more basic introduction to Audulus, check out the introductory tutorials [posted here]

This episode Mark shows you how to make a TB-303-style sequencer patch using an external Eurorack envelope and analog filter through an Expert Sleepers ES-8 DC Coupled Audio Interface.

SPECIAL OFFER: If you buy an Expert Sleepers ES-8 from Century Sound Labs at the link below, you'll receive a free copy of Audulus on the platform of your choice.

https://reverb.com/item/3437313-exper...

Download the patch here:
http://forum.audulus.com/discussion/1...

Follow us on Instagram!
http://www.instagram.com/audulus

http://www.audulus.com
http://forum.audulus.com"

Blacet Research Mini Wave Discontinued


Crazy to think this is the end of an era. Before eurorack ever took off, we had Wiard and Blacet (Frac Rack format) format modules. The Mini Wave was one of the top modules. It's hard to see them go.

via the Blacet email list:

"Over the years, we have sold 100's of Grant Richter's [of Wiard] innovative MiniWave wave table module but now it's time to say goodbye to this fantastic device.

Unfortunately, some of the parts are getting hard to source.

It features 256 wave lookups with a sawtooth input or get a huge variety of distortion effects with other inputs. Plus, it's a quantizer.

Order now and get an extra 256 wave "Socket Rocket" free.

Check out the MW2090 Manual and the waveform manuals below.
http://www.blacet.com/manuals.html

****Only five Kits left, order today!****

Have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving!"

Yamaha DX100 patch editing with Patch Base


Published on Nov 16, 2016 Coffeeshopped

"Yamaha DX100 patch editing with Patch Base on iPad. Patch Base is a full-featured patch editor and librarian for new and vintage synthesizers. More information at https://coffeeshopped.com/patch-base"

Korg Volca FM - Motion Recording and FX


Published on Nov 16, 2016 Stochastic Design

"We create some loops with the Korg Volca FM using motion recording and add external effects to demonstrate the sound possibilities.

Digitech Polara Reverb, Obscura Delay and a dash of Roland TR-8 beats and Korg Volca Keys completes the setup."

tangible waves AE modular - a modular synthesizer for everyone




Full details via the Kickstarter campaign:

"A true analog modular synthesizer - small in size, small in price, big in sound

For sure, you want to know first "how does this thing sound?", so here are some Demo-Videos that give you a first impression (the first one together with a Groovebox):

AE modular Demo MIDI Sync with Novation CIRCUIT

Published on Nov 9, 2016 tangible waves



How did it all started?

It started with the idea to build a Lunetta style synth (a synth based on digital logic chips (mis)using them for creating sound, a creation of Stanley Lunetta, therefore the name). For me it is also appealing to have the devices very compact (the KORG Volca series gave me lots of inspiration here), so I defined a small module format (about 10 x 2.5 cm). I liked the concept of abusing electronic parts, which gave the project it's name (AE: abused electronics).

Over the time I felt the wish to add this or that 'conventional' module, like Filter, Envelope, VCA, and one by one I ended up building a "standard" modular synthesizer!

What's special?

Compared to the usual Eurorack Modular Synths, we have some differences here, mainly to get a small form factor and cutting the price:

Modules are not Eurorack compatible

The Oscillators module is not working in 1V/octave standard (due to the roots in the Lunetta approach); but a 1V/octave VCO will be added soon to the modules palette

Patching is done via simple patch-wires and small pin-sockets (not minijack-cables as in the eurorack-world); this cuts the cost drastically and also saves a lot of space on the module. Another advantage: Module outputs are mostly dual or triple, which makes "Multiples" modules obsolete

Generally, AE modular follows the "not-so-perfect" approach; circuits are sometimes simplified and show their own character in some points - it's intentionally a contrast to the high-polished stuff we get from digital synths / DAWs / plugins. But always the usage as an artistic tool is considered!

The design style is also a little special: The frontpanels are not (expensively) printed, but rubber-stamped; I like this somehow "unperfect" look - I hope you too! (Don't worry: a special, durable color is used.)

What's not different is, that you get a real modular synthesizer: The selection and arrangement of the modules is absolutely free! You can add new modules later (simply remove 2 screws, plug in the module, fix the screws again) or rearrange them according to your needs.

What do you get?

In this Kickstarter project, two different preinstalled module racks are offered:

with one row of modules
double size with two rows and some more modules (for contained modules see the pledge description)

In the package is also

A power supply
please note which kind of plug you need (EU, UK, US)
A bunch of patch wires
MIDI breakout cable
A user guide / short introduction
The modules in detail:

MASTER, I/O: The master module with power supply, Input/output jacks (1/8" mono minijack) for audio and control voltages and MIDI-Input (via a breakout cable). MIDI works either omni or on channel 1. MIDI Clock/Start/Stop are provided via the bus to the modules; same with CV/Gate for Notes and one Controller.

2OSC: 2 Oscillators with Squarewave, Triangle and Sync outputs, Sync and CV input

NOISE: A noise generator (white noise, digitally based with variable frequency)

FILTER: A filter with lowpass/bandpass/highpass output, adjustable frequency and resonance (Wasp type)

ENV: An AD type envelope (Attack/Decay) with switchable Sustain and two time ranges

2VCA: A dual voltage-controlled amplifier for controlling signal levels or modulating control voltages

LFO: modulation oscillator with squarewave (adjustable pulsewidth), triangle or falling sawtooth output, two time ranges

2S&H: A dual Sample&Hold module, for creating random or stepped control voltages

2ATT/CV: For attenuating control voltages or as voltage source

MIXER4-4: A mixer for signals or control voltages with four adjustable inputs and additional four "full-level" inputs.

DELAY: A delay with a lo-fi, analog character

LOGIC: Combines two inputs by different logic rules (AND, NAND, XOR); for rhythmic patterns and also interesting for audio signals (gives ringmodulator-like sounds)

STEP10: A trigger sequencer with up to 10 steps, for creating gate patterns

The future of AE modular:

If you know a little bit about modular synthesizers, you will see that we have the basic modules in the box; but the fun get's much bigger with additional other modules. If this project succeeds, there will be a lot of other modules available that are planned or already under development like:

VCO with 1V/octave characteristic

Oscillator banks (for sound clusters, drones...)

Sampler (play samples from a microSD-card, eventually with granulation)

Algorithmic Drone soundsource

16-Step Note Sequencer

Beat Divider (for processing MIDI Clock into usable trigger clocks (1/4, 1/8, 1/16... dotted, triplet...)

other filter types

Phaser

Waveshaper

more complex modulation sources

Credits

Thanks a lot to:

MakerLab Murnau / J.-U. Bittlinger (the availabilty of the Lab pushed the development a lot!)

Luna Sonnemann for the wonderful photos

Roman Feldmeier and Marco Asam for their support in the video session and giving me ideas.

Furthermore thanks to Marco for getting the word out and helping me to find distribution, as well giving me the ability to present an Alpha version at the Bavaria Ableton Usergroup. The Feedback helped and gave me a lot of motivation.

my wife Sabine for her strong support of my ideas

...and finally YOU for your interest and (hopefully) your support!"

Studio Science: ARP 2600 by M. Salaciak


Published on Nov 16, 2016 Red Bull Music Academy

"The ARP 2600 is one of the most incredible analog synthesizers ever created. During the 2016 Red Bull Music Academy, we asked studio team member M. Salaciak to shows us how the semi-modular monophonic synthesizer works.

0:05 - Intro / History
1:20 - Keyboard
3:00 - Internal Patches
4:29 - VCO1
6:04 - VCO2
10:00 - VCO3"

Playlist:
Studio Science: ARP 2600 by M. Salaciak
Studio Science: ARP 2600 (Guitar + Voice)

0-Coast v1.5 Update


Published on Nov 16, 2016 MAKEN0ISE

"New 0-Coast firmware revision 1.5.4 now available, download it here:

http://www.makenoisemusic.com/content...

Changes in version 1.5.4

1. Aftertouch set to OFF.
2. Improved Arp timing, start and stop.
3. MIDI Glide/ PORTAMENTO has been implemented.
CC 65 - 0-off 1-127 on
CC 5 - 0-127 time for portamento is in 64ths of the main clock, so a setting of halfway makes the 0-COAST take a whole clock pulse to arrive. If the clock or CC5 changes during portamento it adjusts, so you can automate if you want.
Zero is same as OFF for either CC 5 or CC 65.

4. Programming of the 0-COAST PGM Pages using MIDI CC messages. Please note we have created a Max 4 Live Object called “Make Noise 0-Coast Page Programmer.amxd” which makes programming the 0-COAST from Ableton via MIDI very simple. If you use Max 4 Live have a look at it please.

DreamsOfWires - AJH Ring SM & Mini Mod System


Published on Nov 16, 2016 DreamsOfWires

"Big moon, small view - Despite awful weather, I managed to catch a glimpse of the 'Supermoon'.

Music: 2 VCO's were tuned to a set pitch, whilst the pitch of the third was controlled by a keyboard. All three were then combined using the Ring SM, and sent to the ladder filter, along with varying amounts of the 3rd VCO and the two sub octaves from the Ring SM. The 'pad' sound in the background was made using the 3 VCO's in the same fashion, but sent directly to the filter.

It was recorded in Cubasis on an iPad, using Virsyn's Audio Reverb.

This was improvised and recorded/filmed on the fly, so the results are far from ideal.

For better audio, see here: https://soundcloud.com/tomorrowthecur..."

Cyclone Analogic Introduces a Roland TR-606 Clone - the TT-606 Drum Drone

Cyclone Analogic TT-606 Test | Sound | Demo (deutsch)

Published on Nov 10, 2016 MusicStoreTV

New Roland TR-606 clone from Cyclone Analogic, makers of the TT-303, TB-303 clone. And it's already for sale.

Update: new video via Perfect Circuit:

Cyclone Analogic Drum Drone TT-606

Published on Nov 16, 2016 Perfect Circuit Audio

"Demonstration of the Cyclone Analogic TT-606 Drum Drone drum machine"


via this auction:

"The Cyclone Analogic TT-606 Drum Drone is an inspired clone of the TR-606 Drumatix, from Roland. It is an analog drum machine with the classic TR sequencer interface. It contains individual outputs per drum sound, a useful expansion upon the original TR-606 for patching with other modern gear. MIDI In/Out, a headphone jack, and an amplifier send are also available.

The TT-606 contains all the classic drum sounds from the TR, including Kick, Snare, Low and High toms, Cymbal, open and closed Hihat, Rimshot and Clap, with an adjustable parameter for each sound. Each sound has selectable Accent, Flam, and Roll tracks, for ultimate pattern sequencing.

The sequencer includes multiple choices for subdivisions of the Tempo, including 1/16, 1/32, 8th note triplets, and 16th note triplets. It also has options for shuffle, all of which can be programmed in real time.

TT-606 Drum Drone Features
TR-606 Cloned Drum Machine
MIDI In/Out & Thru
Headphone Output
Amplifier Output
9x Instruments with Individual Outputs
Adjustable Tone Parameter
Accent, Flam & Roll Tracks
4x Sequencer Speeds"

KeyKit aka Keynote - Vintage Graphical User Interface for MIDI From AT&T


Here's an interesting bit from the past. I believe this is the first time this software has been featured here on MATRIXSYNTH. This one is in via Joel Braverman who has actually worked with it: "here is something I think is worth linking to - took me quite a while to find it because I forgot the name, its been more than a few years since I last experimented with it probably in the late 1990s or early 2000s - this a MIDI programming system **created by AT&T**, perhaps in the vein of Max MSP/PureData/OpenSoundWorld toolkits."

If you are familiar with this software, please leave a comment.

via http://nosuch.com/keykit/:

"KeyKit used to be called Keynote. It is a programming language and graphical user interface for MIDI, useful for both algorithmic and realtime musical experimentation. A screenshot showing a collection of its graphical tools is shown here. Here is more information about the features of KeyKit, and here is a FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions. For examples of music created with KeyKit, visit the home page of Tim Thompson, or Stephane Rollandin's GeoMaestro. KeyKit is being made freely available by AT&T for non-commercial use."

Oberheim OB-8 w/Factory Midi


via this auction

Sequential Circuits Pro-One SN 0487


via this auction

"This one is in excellent cosmetic condition and working 100%. Beside the servicing & internal restoration, the metal chassis was professionally repainted and silk-screened as it was pretty ugly and scratched up. Internally, I decided to keep this one stock without adding midi. It is ready to be played and needs nothing!"

Suzuki RPM 40 Drum Machine Overview | Siel MDP 40


Published on Nov 16, 2016 anode8

"Here's a quick overview of the Suzuki RPM-40 / Siel MDP-40 drum machine from the mid 1980's. This machine features low bit PCM samples and preset rhythms, but also featured MIDI capabilities to allow for more flexible use."

Only one other post on the site featured the Suzuki version. The Siel version has been featured a few times.

Blocs for iOS | Launchpad Soundpack Sharing (feat. ODESZA - Say My Name)


Blocs for iOS | Launchpad Soundpack Sharing (feat. ODESZA - Say My Name) from Blocs on Vimeo.

"Introducing Launchpad Soundpack Sharing, a new feature that allows you to play with your Launchpad for iOS Soundpacks in Blocs Wave. The latest update shows your purchased Launchpad content in Blocs Wave automatically. Now you can explore your library further and play with your favourite sounds in new and exciting ways.

Get the ODESZA track in Launchpad for iOS now here:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/novation-launchpad/id584362474?mt=8"

"What's New in Version 5.0

You can now use your Launchpad soundpacks in Blocs Wave, our other music-making app for iPad and iPhone. Blocs Wave lets you play with your purchased Launchpad soundpacks in new and unique ways: build entirely new tunes with discover; tweak, slice and edit; and even record your own sounds.

To celebrate this release we’re offering a discount of nearly 50% off Blocs Wave.

Highlight Features
• Soundpack Sharing - Use your purchased Launchpad soundpacks in Blocs Wave
• New iPad store helps you find soundpacks you might like
• Free update for Blocs Wave and Launchpad users

Other new updates
• Fine control of pad volume by dragging upwards, away from the slider
• Various minor bugfixes and improvements

Other recent features - Launchpad for iPhone Editing and Importing
• Create your own remixes and new tunes on Launchpad for iPhone
• Start new projects, mix and match loops
• Audio Import now available for iPhone as an In-App Purchase

We really appreciate your feedback. If you have comments, questions or feature requests, let us know at support@blocs.cc or blocs.cc/survey. If you like Launchpad for iOS and have a minute to spare, please review the app in the app store."

Roland JUNO-106 Vintage Analog Synthesizer - Serviced at SynthSpa SN 480017


via this auction

Korg Mono/Poly Keyboard Synthesizer SN 378232


via this auction

"Korg Mono/Poly Keyboard Synthesizer in perfect working condition. See photos for details. Recently serviced."

Sequential Circuits Split Eight Synthesizer - SCI Split 8


via this auction

Similar to the Multi-Trak, Six-Trak, and Pro-8. Same core synth engine, slightly different implementations. The Pro-8 had the white board on the right and the classic white on black SCI panel graphics.

"The Split-8 is a polyphonic analogue keyboard synthesizer manufactured by Sequential Circuits. Built in Japan and going by the alternative name 'Pro-8' in some markets, this was one of the last synthesizers produced by the company and was assigned model number 608. It was released in 1985 at a list price of $1,199 (or $1,195; this number varied between advertisements). This and some other Sequential Circuits synthesizers (the Six-Trak, Multi-Trak and MAX) were built around the Curtis Electronics CEM 3394 'synth-on-a-chip' integrated circuit, and used a Z80 as their central microprocessor."

Alesis Andromeda A6 Classic Analogue Synth with Original Box


via this auction

"Real Analog Powerhouse
Andromeda’s fully analog signal path is controlled by a high-speed Motorola Coldfire microprocessor, offering 16-voice polyphony with 16-part multitimbral capability. Andromeda features two analog oscillators per voice, with standard waveforms (available simultaneously), suboscillators, hard and soft sync, and more. It provides two analog filters per voice: these 2-pole (multimode) and 4-pole (lowpass) resonating filters are classically-derived designs, and offer you an astounding range of sonic variability. Andromeda also provides external audio inputs that allow you to route any signal through its filters. Andromeda has three LFOs, each with six waveforms and many powerful features. It also has three 7-stage, 3-level envelopes capable of functions never before found in any analog synthesizer. An extensive mod matrix offers you an enormous freedom in configuring Andromeda’s sonic firepower, adding to its monstrous capabilities.

In-Depth Control of Your Sound
Andromeda’s 61-note synth-weighted keypad features velocity and aftertouch sensitivity, and its ribbon controlled offers multiple, assignable functions. A distinctive, futuristic front panel features 72 knobs and 114 buttons (the majority are single function), optimally arranged for rapid-fire tweaking and in-depth experimentation. Andromeda’s large, backlit LCD display provides real-world values of parameters (time, frequency, BPM, etc.) and high-resolution graphics. No other synth has ever offered such a sophisticated, informative control panel for creating analog pyrotechnics."

Studio Electronics Code 8 SN 1395


via this auction

"Very rare full 8 stereo voice Code 8 OD (enhanced version of Omega 8) - all voices have Oberheim and Moog filters as well as overdrive (OD) boards.

Without doubt the best sounding synth I have ever owned, and that list includes Andromeda, Jupiter 6/8, MKS80, Prophet 12, Voyager etc - very reluctant sale as somehow finishing house build is more important at the moment :-(

Official Description/Spec:

TRUE HYPE

8 sinewave generators for Oscillator 1 and the brilliant new Filter Control Section which allow sweeping and tweaking the discrete filter types in real time (as opposed to unreal?), set this NovaMusik-partnered Omega Series Synth apart from our beloved, standard issue Omega 8s. Clever switches in the Filter Control Section also contribute to the CODE's expressiveness via momentary control of assignable parameters, and full panel control—secluded behind veils of edit windows in the Omega—of the auto-triggering External Audio Input, jack you wholly into the synth's processing and punctuating power."

Vintage Simmons SDS V Electronic Analog Drum Synth Brain SN 000605


via this auction

"Simmons SDS-V Analog Drum Brain. This unit has 1 Snare module and 3 Tom Tom modules. The Snare and two of the Toms (and the mixer module) work great. The 3rd Tom has a bad pot (and it is very difficult to find the proper value/size pot to replace it with). The Factory Preset works fine, the two adjustable User Presets work fine, but when you set it to be adjusted by the knobs, it does not work. There are some missing knobs and knob caps. Overall pretty decent cosmetic condition."

ARP 2600 Synthesiser Tonus Model


via this auction

"Early Tonus model ARP 2600 with 3604 keyboard comes with cabinet and keyboard lids
Cabinet is fully original, so may need to be re-tolexed if you want a newer look
Metal case hardware is tarnished/rusted in places
Headphone output is currently not working
Otherwise works fine"

Live Jam #60 - Self playing patch - Eurorack modular synthesizer, Mutable Instruments Clouds


Published on Nov 16, 2016 Monotrail

"The new mixer creates new routing possibilities. I finally started messing with clouds in stereo mode. Unfortunately I had no time to work on this jam any longer (I think it could do with some heavy drums). But I really like the sort of tuning-orchestra type of sounds.

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/monotrailmusic

Stuff used:
Eurorack modular system with:

Doepfer: a-118, a-119, a-124, a-143-4, a-148, a-156, a-160-2, a171-2
Intellijel: Dixie II, uFold, Quadra, 2xTriat , Linux, mult
Make noise: MMG, Lxd
Mutable instruments: Clouds, Peaks
MFB: Dual LFO
Synthrotek: Echo, Deluxe power
Diy: Quad attenuator

Audio via the Mackie 1202vlz4 mixer to a Moto Ultralite MK3 hybrid.
External effects: T.C electronics M350 for reverb"

Akai Tom Cat & Waldorf Rocket


Published on Nov 16, 2016 Benjamin Jimenez

"Here's my MIDI-synchro demo with AKAI Tom Cat and Waldorf Rocket ."

Hicut Cake #024 :: Roland Tr-09 // Roland Tb-03 // Moog MF-105M


Published on Nov 16, 2016 hicutcake

Ingredients:
– Roland Tr-09
– Roland Tb-03
– Moog Moogerfooger MF-105M "Murf"

Recorded at: Studio Tort, Warsaw, Poland 2016

http://studiotort.pl

Oakley Modular And Friends


Published on Nov 16, 2016 MrFirechild

"Here is a dreamy 'Vangelish' composition with a lot of 5U and MOTM modules in action mostly from Oakley and Mos-lab. Additional Mellotron and Choir libraries and for the lows a Minimoog Model D (old one). Composed and produced by www.firechild.se"
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