MATRIXSYNTH: Monday, December 12, 2016

Monday, December 12, 2016

VJ FRANZ K Drum Brute & Electribe at Noisebug Pamona


Published on Dec 12, 2016 VJ FRANZ K

http://noisebug.net/

Playlist:

1. Drum Brute Vs Electribe! - Pentaton Pelog - Noisebug 12 2016 00007

"Featuring Drum Brute percussion machine, and Electribe 2 groove production machine! available at Noisebug showroom, LA Area.

My original music, performed live with synthesizers -
"Pentaton Pelog" - an ambient IDM composition

Filmed with permission at Noisebug synthesizer store 12 10 2016"

2. Drum Brute Vs Electribe! - NIMBY Instrumental - Noisebug 12 2016 00006

"Featuring Drum Brute percussion machine, and Electribe 2 groove production machine! available at Noisebug showroom, LA Area."

3. Electribe 2 Ambient / IDM - FIVER , Cognative, etc. - Noisebug 12 2016 00004

"Complicated Beats and Time Signatures!
My original music, performed live with synthesizers
FIVER, Afro Botic, Be All End All

Filmed with permission at Noisebug synthesizer store 12 10 2016"

Dr. Blankenstein's Boom-A-Ring Electronic Didgeridoo For Auction


Dr. Blankenstein's Boom-A-Ring Electronic Didgeridoo posted earlier is now up for for auction. You'll find video, pics and details from the listing saved in the earlier post.

Mute Synth II (Dirty Electronics)


via this auction

"Mute and Dirty Electronics have released the Dirty Electronics Mute Synth II (MSII), a hand-held synth and sequencer, created in collaboration with designer Adrian Shaughnessy.

Features:

Designer circuit board
Noise generator
Feedback
Oscillator
Wave-shaping
Buffered output
Sequencer
Touch and pot control
Mini patchbay
Headphone/line output

Mute Synth II comes with a selection of works using the synth, by artists associated with Dirty Electronics and Mute. The CD features Chris Carter (Throbbing Gristle / Carter Tutti Void), Simon Fisher Turner, Dominic Butler (Bronze Teeth / Factory Floor), Kidanevil, Dirty Electronics and more.

These are now discontinued and pretty hard to find!"

DSI Evolver - Evolverheld | Dave Smith Instruments Synthesizer Demonstration


Published on Dec 12, 2016 Sensenwerk

"Just a little Evolver demonstration.
It's an old track from 2008, created using the DSI Desktop Evolver only (except for the drums). I traded it to a Doepfer Dark Energy a while back. Wasn't too happy with it.
Last year I finally got the PolyEvolver Keyboard (video).
Obviously this can be done with the MEK, too but faster and using real 4-voice polyphony."

Behringer Deepmind 12 Website & Details Now Live


This one is in via MATRIXSYNTH reader Tiziano. We've seen a ton of coverage on the Deepmind 12 up to this point, so we are all more than familiar with the upcoming synth. Details on the Behringer Deepmind 12 are now up on the Behringer website. The following is a quick recap from of what the synth will feature from the Behringer site.

How To Octatrack 2: Sampling, Slicing, Resampling


Published on Dec 12, 2016 Jacques Mongrel

"I sampled a melodic sequence, then I sliced it up, resequenced it and then resampled it. Applying delay and filter effects both before and after. (Part 2 of 2)"

Part 1 here.

Moog Castle by REKT - 100% Slim Phatty Chiptune

KORG Volca and Novation Circuit Deep Techno Session 1


Published on Dec 12, 2016 014london70

"Recorded into iPad via a Behringer Xenyx mixer and mastered in Final Touch."

Korg Mono/Poly SN 373375


via this auction

"If you like the Korg Polysix but have never heard the Mono/Poly, this is a real treat. Its got 4 voices and each voice has its own set of different waveforms! It can play up to 4 voices in poly mode, but its unison setting is what makes this synth so powerful. imagine 4 stacked voices with their own set of waveforms and parameters. These make, as you can imagine, for some INSANELY epic basses and leads! This synth is in perfect working condition. There are no issues whatsoever and performs flawlessly! There are just some cosmetic scratches, mostly on the corners of the wood panels."

Roland SH-101 Synthesizer SN 281054


via this auction

"As you can see, it’s in fantastic shape. It sounds amazing.

Integrates with the modular / CV based setup effortlessly. On-board sequencer is super simple, but also very effective. With all the menu diving and complex onboard sequencing on synths these days, it’s a rare treat to have something immediate that gets results quickly and without much thought at all. With the 101, the real beauty is getting lost in your creativity – not having to think about which button gets you to which menu blah blah blah. It’s all right in front of you here – immediate results. There are lots of tricks to discover that arise from its CV inputs / outputs and Clock In, but that’s for your to discover – I won’t spoil it.

All sliders / pots in tip-top shape, and the slider moves around like it just came out of the box – I’ve seen so many of these units over the years take a beating – broken sliders, missing buttons. That’s not the case with this particular unit – when not in use, the unit has always been turned off and covered to keep dust off the key contacts and also to prevent buildup in/around the sliders. Also included pics of the battery compartment - this can be a major disaster if batteries have leaked out over the years. I’ve never put batteries in this unit, and I don’t believe the previous owner did either."

05-The Yamaha CS-15: Part 5- Filters Part 1


Published on Dec 12, 2016 AutomaticGainsay

"Here is part one of a two-part demonstration of the sound and functionality of the Yamaha CS-15 filters."

All parts here.

DSI PRO 2 SNARE DRUM SYNTHESIS TUTORIAL // Synthesize This! Ep.02


Published on Dec 12, 2016 once upon a synth

"Let's try to synthesize a snare drum sound on the DSI Pro 2 synthesizer. The main idea is to simulate the top head, bottom head and snare separetely. We approximate the top and bottom head with triangle or sine oscillators and the snare with white noise. The top and bottom head oscillators have their frequency modulated by an ADSR envelope generator to emulate the response of membrane being struck by a stick. Finally I end with a simple demonstration of what the Pro 2's snare drum sounds like along with a Korg Volca Beats which I've synced via MIDI."

Part 1 here.

Koma Komplex Sequencer Demo


Published on Dec 12, 2016 Perfect Circuit Audio

"Demo of the Koma Elektronik Komplex Sequencer with a eurorack modular system."

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Note: MATRIXSYNTH members get a %10 discount at Perfect Circuit Audio (other discounts excluded). See the membership page on how to sign up!

Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas demo


Published on Dec 12, 2016 Perfect Circuit Audio

"The Basimilus Iteritas Alter from Noise Engineering is the improved edition of their famous original. It is a complex drum voice created using six oscillators and one noise source for additive synthesis, with various algorithms deciding on how they modulate, interpolate and combine. In Skin mode, it uses a basic additive synthesizer technique that simulates instruments with less complex overtones. The Metal setting starts adding in cross-modulation between the six oscillators, for much denser and complex waveforms. A Liquid mode has been added to the Basimilus Iteritas Alter for more drippy type drum sounds."

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NOISECOLLECTIVE Modular Synth Masterclass Workshop with Gino Robair


NOISECOLLECTIVE is having a modular synth masterclass workshop with Gino Robair. The event will be held at the Mothership club in Turin Italy. You can pick up tickets at NOISECOLLECTIVE here. The following are the details on the event, first in Italian, then English further below.

IL WORKSHOP
Il workshop prenderà in esame una serie di tecniche da utilizzare durante l'improvvisazione con sintetizzatori modulari in un contesto di gruppo e pone le basi per un concerto la sera stessa, con i partecipanti al workshop.

Il workshop si concentrerà sulla sensibilizzazione e l'ascolto globale durante l' improvvisazione, esplorerà strategie di patching per ottenere la massima varietà ed evitare la stagnazione.

Verranno presi in esame concetti come primo piano / sottofondo, solista / supporto, controllo gestuale, e intenzione / non-intenzione.

Particolare interessante per i musicisti che utilizzano sintetizzatori modulari perché spesso la tentazione con lo strumento è quello di sovrapporre semplicemente suoni.

Gino utilizza strategie, concetti e spunti basati sul suo lavoro e sul lavoro di John Zorn, Butch Morris, ROVA Sax Quartet, Anthony Braxton e Frank Zappa.

I partecipanti devono portare un loro strumento. Possono utilizzare qualsiasi synth analogico, anche se il workshop è prevalentemente incentrato sui sintetizzatori modulari.

Novation Circuit - Long Tail Comet


Published on Dec 12, 2016 IllBert (Official)

"The enemy of art is the absence of limitations.

Novation Circuit Limitations depend on your creativity."

Double your Sequencer Fun


Published on Dec 12, 2016 Todd Barton

"a little buchla sequencer demo/tutorial."

Update:

Sequencer Fun Addendum

Published on Dec 13, 2016 Todd Barton

"A great addition by my friend Benoit Faivre, to the original patch"

EMS SYNTHI In the Woods


via Bakis of Parallel Worlds

"EMS VCS-3 mk1 (1969). from the Parallel Worlds studio."

Max Citron's Moog Realistic MG-1 repair (by Synthpro)


Published on Dec 12, 2016 synthpro

"Hey Guys,

Just a video I made for Max so he can see the after results of his MG-1 repairs.

Thanks for watching,
Jareth"

Dr. Blankenstein's Electronic Didgeridoo of the Future.. the Boom-A-Ring!


Published on Dec 12, 2016 DoctorBlankenstein

My website: http://www.drBlankenstein.com
My Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dr_blankenstein

Dr. Blankenstein's "Boom-A-Ring" The Electronic Didgeridoo of the Future !

"This one doesn't need too much explaining, the title really says it all. It's an electronic didgeridoo with the illumiringer effect built into it. There is only one in the world, some will say that's a good time... some might not. You can expect nothing less from a one of a kind prototype. Since I am one of the world's worst didgeridoo players, I thought it best to let her go. I am sure there is someone out there that is a great player and deserves to own this sucker more than myself. Before doing so, I wanted to make a proper video of it (I don;t think I'll be making anymore anytime soon. This one was built years ago). The video is longer than I would have liked it to be, but I had a lot of ground to cover. Feel free to skip to the middle when the real demo action starts."

Update:


via this auction

"FEATURES:

- Incredibly Unique / Futuristic Sound & Appearance!
- Handmade 50' Inch Electronic PVC Didgeridoo
- Comfortable 2" Inch Black Mouthpiece Diameter
- Internal Passive Microphone (doesn't waste battery life when effect isn't on)
- 1/4 Inch Output
- Instrument Master Volume Knob
- Separate Effects Power Switch
- Independent Effect Volume Knob
- Yellow Effects Power LED
- Effects Control Knob
- Effects Control Motion (Light) Sensor
- Effects Control Selector Switch
- Effects Mode Indicator LEDS (Green: Knob / Blue: Sensor)
- 9V Battery Powered / Easy to Replace
- Weighs Just Under 2 pounds (approx 55oz)
- Quality / Professional build
- Striking Aboriginal Style Graphics
- 100% ONE OF A KIND PIECE! No other plans to make more."

Korg MiniKorg-700s Vintage Synthesizer with Original Case


via this auction

"this synth is in amazing condition for its age (1974) with very minor wear the keys and action are in near mint shape and all functions and electronics are working perfectly.

the Korg 700s is the holy grail of the synth punk era, used by everyone from the Cure to the Human League and the Cars.

2 VCOs and a killer filter with stable tuning. very cool little synth

this unit is in excellent condition with very minor wear. you will have a hard time finding one in this shape for its age.

it even comes with its original case and I am throwing in a used synth house midi kit with it that i had installed in my SH-101.

NOTE: it is not installed so it would have to be installed by a synth tech or someone who has experience with soldering and electronics."

Emulator III Rack with Extras


via this auction

"This is the same exact sound and parts as the Emulator III keyboard but in a more portable rack version.

Very few of these rack versions exist and one is not likely to find another one in such nice functional condition and this with all the extras. Cosmetically it is great shape minus some rack rash, but the front is very clean.

The emulator units require an external device connected to it's SCSI connector at the time of powering on. After a successful boot-up there is no problem in data communication over SCSI.

It can be quite difficult to set up the SCSI chain with a large number of equipment (included), and a possible set-up could include the RM45 (44MB removable HDD) and HD300 (300MBHDD), by adding a 24-speed CD-ROM drive and 1GB jaz drive in the universal CD player.

EIII> HD300> RM45> CD-ROM drive> jaz drive with all powered on for OS to boot up from internal HDD.

By adding the jaz drive and a 24x CD-ROM drive removable 1GB, it becomes a high speed and very convenient system setup.

The unit has been upgraded with an OLED display, built in 540MB HDD, external Jaz drive, CD-ROM drive, and makes it a high speed and very convenient system setup.

Bound reference and instruction manuals are included."

Roland SH-101 Vintage Synthesizer SN 319262


via this auction

Yamaha CS-5 SN 2707 w/ Korg SQ-1


via this auction

Vintage Roland TB 303 with Kenton Mod & Extras


via this auction

"Roland TB 303 in very nice condition. Sparingly used in smoke free studio always kept in its case. Works very smooth and has a fantastic sound.

Comes with an installed Kenton mod which adds sockets for:

CV - provides Volt per Octave control over the oscillator frequency
Gate - controls when notes play (0 volts = note off / >3 volts = note on)
Filter - controls the cutoff frequency of the low pass filter (from aux out of converter)
Accent - turns on or off the accent feature (0 volts = accent off / >3 volts = accent on)
Slide - turns on or off the slide feature (0 volts = slide off / >3 volts = slide on)

It also comes with the Kenton Pro Solo MKII control box which is the hub in between your DAW and the TB 303. This way you can control the TB 303 from your computer in ways not possible just using a 303 as stand alone.

Power supplies included for both TB 303 as well as Kenton Pro Solo MKII.

Lastly the original black vinyl case is included."

MiniMoog Model D SN 9514


via this auction

Mark Mothersbaugh on a 1979 Muson Synthesizer


Published on Dec 11, 2016 frankdevodude

"A visit with Mark Mothersbaugh on 12/05/16 shows one of Synth collections of a 1979 Muson Synthesizer. Mark also mentioned it was used in several Devo songs."

Grenzen (Analog Rytm, OP 1, Moog - Deep Techno)


Published on Dec 12, 2016 TheKraist

"Analog Rytm does the Drums, OP-1 the voice-sample and the Minitaur is for the bassline. Unfortunately midi stopped on the Moog so I had to redo the bassline and it is a bit out of sync with the video..."

Kraftwerk Its More Fun To Compute My Mix Cover


Uploaded on Jul 10, 2011 Synthsound1

"Korg em1 doing a Numbers,by Kraftwerk sort of beat flanger effected.tetra bass and sweeps virius snow pads and other parts.Sort of after maybe a live performance sort of sound not to Studio polished."

Virus Ti Vox Humana Simulation-Replicas Intro Gary Numan


Uploaded on May 31, 2010 Synthsound1

"This is the virus patch airtonic edited a bit to simulate the numan classic sound,ok its not a polymoog but close enough for my ears.I use this one on many of my covers ,Numans band favour the virus for live use these days ,one of the probs of a polymoog was it drifting out of tune,still thats not to say i wouldnt want one lol."

Virus Snow Does Time To Die Gary Numan

Uploaded on Jul 4, 2011 Synthsound1

"Not meant as a full or correct note cover,just a demo.Using this Numan track as an example of some phatt analog sounding pads i made on the virus snow in a Numan sort of feel.All virus snow, except for the saxaphone near the end thats korg m50."

The Good The Bad And The Ugly Theme-My Virus Ti Synth Cover


Uploaded on Jun 19, 2011 Synthsound1

"A mess around doing a synth cover just using the virus ti.Quickly knocked out on the virus synth."

Virus Ti Arps Pads-And Various Sounds Demo


Uploaded on Jul 29, 2011 Synthsound1

"All music sequences and arps done by me to demo the Virus Ti synth.Put together quickly while recovering from Flu.Earphone listening best.for panning effects."

Michel Cardboard Modular Synthesizer with Rope Control, Map, & Love Modules & More

My Michel: my modular synthesizer

Published on Dec 12, 2016 AXL OTL

"Let me introduce you my synth: Michel!"

Love module at 3:03 is likely NSFW for a split second. Rope control come in at 5:08.

Synthchaser #039 - Oberheim OB-X Repair - Mouse Pee, Exploded Capacitor & More


Published on Dec 12, 2016 Synth Chaser

"I repair an Oberheim OB-X that suffered some damage from the corrosive effects of mouse urine. We also see the dangers of leaving the old tantalum capacitors in synthesizers. I track down a memory retention issue causing the synth not to store patches correctly. I also show how to rebuild the OB-X power supply and change the battery."

Modular Synth - Patch in Progress 44


Published on Dec 12, 2016 isvisible / isinvisible

"Working on a new track, as ever..."

Reactable Systems ROTOR - New Controllers Set - Tangible Modular Music Synth


Published on Dec 12, 2016 Reactable Systems

"With this pair of ROTOR controllers, specially designed for the ROTOR app running on 9.7 and 7.9 inches iPads, you will be able to control 2 virtual ROTOR modules simultaneously. Each controller behaves as a moveable knob that can be placed on top of any virtual sound module or any 2D panel, providing an optimized and extended control experience!

¡Available since December 13th!"

iTunes: ROTOR - Tangible Modular Music Synth - Reactable Systems SL

Mutable Instruments Rings (madness)


Published on Dec 12, 2016 creativegallerysynth

"Some fun with Mutable Rings"

Doepfer 157-1 8x16 Trigger Matrix top left.

Arturia Drumbrute The Process of Rhythm


Published on Dec 11, 2016 HardtekStudios

"In this slow Tek Hop(?) style beat, I run the Kick 2 into the MF Drive for some overdrive and tone shaping. The snare is ran clean so it can be panned separate from the rest of the drums. The Reverse Cymbal is going into the Bitrman to turn it into more of a transitioning Scifi effect. All other drums are output via the main out. No apparitional processing was applied."
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