MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Some Updates on the Upcoming Yamaha CS80 Rackmount Clone

There have been a few updates to the main post here. Just wanted to make sure those that saw the post early on do not miss them!

Moog Mother-32 In-Store Event & Performances

Published on Mar 1, 2017 Perfect Circuit Audio

"Rodent, Hana Baffar, and Jake Widgeon from Moog showcase the Mother-32 at the Perfect Circuit Audio store in Burbank, CA.

Browse Moog products:"

MATRIXSYNTH members get a %10 discount at Perfect Circuit Audio! See the membership page for details.

Roland Vintage Synthesizer jam (SH-101, VP-330, JD-800, DR-55)

Published on Mar 1, 2017 RetroSound

"(c) 2017 vintage synthesizer demo by RetroSound

bass sounds: Roland SH-101 Analog Synthesizer (1981)
pads, fx sounds and main theme: Roland JD-800 Digital Synthesizer (1991
vocoder: Roland VP-330 Vocoder Plus (1979)
drums: Boss DR-55 "Dr. Rhythm" (1979)
recording: multi-track, played by hand
fx: reverb and delay"

New Møffenzeef Mødular MUSKRAT 8-bit Wavetable Drum Synth Eurorack Module

MUSKRAT ØVERVIEW Published on Mar 1, 2017 Møffenzeef Mødular

via Møffenzeef Mødular

"MUSKRAT is a flexible, 8-bit wavetable drum synth. There are 23 øn-bøard wavetables tø chøøse frøm, either manually ør via bipølar CV input. Pitch and phase distørtiøn include bipølar CV inputs and accept -5v to +5v. The "Trigger" input is designed withøut input cønditioning and picks up signals øf all varieties. In øther wørds it is an enveløpe følløwer circuit. Yøu can plug an external CV ør øffset intø this input and it will øperate like a regular VCA. Før even møre extreme søund mangling, engage the MUSKRAT møde via the switch tø feed a randøm number intø the phase accumulatør at the internal cløck rate. This møde alsø includes a gate input that acts as an 'accent'.

Basically, pick a kraptastique wave, change the pitch, mangle the hell øut øf it, feed the rødent, BANG! it; yøu’ve caught yourself a Muskrat. WARNING: if yøu feed the rødent(“my...gød...what...have...we...døne?”) it’s brain gøes intø a fiery frenzy and spits øut glitch after glitch øf høly bleepbløøpness. If yøu yank øn it’s tail it’ll shriek a lil’ lønger, especially if yøu’re pulling it at løng range. Beware, ønce yøu let this critter øut øf the cage it will want tø nest sø BANG! it øn the head!"

Custom Moog Concertmate Realistic MG-1 SN 9011 w/ Upgrades

via this auction

"Here is a very special Radio Shack Moog that is a little monster bass synth. This unit has been upgraded with sturdy wood end cheeks and a unique paint job that really makes the colors on the front panel stand out. The wood ends add more rigidity to the chassis than the original plastic pieces. The RCA outputs have been replaced with a heavy duty 1/4" jack. The external audio input is also a 1/4" jack and is routed through the filter of the synth allowing external sound processing. There is an 1/8" input jack for cutoff frequency CV, perfect for hooking up to modular synths and sequencers for additional modulation of the filter. This works well with a sequencer such as the Korg SQ-1. There is some cosmetic wear, but it is in great overall condition for it's age. S-Trigger input and pitch CV inputs work well with external sources. The synth has been tuned so that 0V at the pitch CV input plays a C. In it's original configuration it would play an F, it's lowest key. This allows use of midi to cv converters directly without having to transpose the midi note 5 steps down. All the servicing and upgrades make this synth studio ready!

This unit was recently professionally serviced:

- aging electrolytic capacitors replaced for long term reliability
- tuning of oscillators 1&2 into bass range
- tuning of oscillators and pitch tracking
- notorious decayed dust cover black goo was cleaned from circuit board
- pots were cleaned/lubricated
- new dust cover was installed to keep dust out of switches and sliders"

KORG Minilogue Demos by Adam Borseti

Published on Jan 17, 2017 Adam Borseti

Description for the first video:

"You know, folks.... I think I might like my Minilogue even more than my ARP Odyssey? I know, I know.... but it's just so inspiring.... every time I sit down at it, I just start creating in a way that I can't do with the Odyssey. The Odyssey is great when you know what you're going to play, and need a bassline, then a melody, and everything is planned.... but the Minilogue just let's it all flow.

Anyway, this is 13 minutes of raw improvising done in one take, editing a patch I made as I'm playing. This is actually how a lot of my best patches were created! I just start playing, and the sound tells me where to go.... it leads me into different territory ever knob twist. This sound for example is going to be in my upcoming (long awaited) patch set #5. It starts as a sound called "Triangular" which I dialed in, and was quickly inspired by. It's very... phasey and almost sounds like it's run through an MXR Phase 90.....

Anywho, I play and continue evolving the sound; making it more percussive, then towards the end, I end up with a totally different patch, which I then saved as "Mourn Horn".

-TC Electronics Half of Fame reverb
-Echo Plex pedal.

I had an MXR Chorus and MXR Phase 95 ready to go, but never turned them on.


KORG Minilogue - Voyage Unlimited
KORG Vox Humana
Maid or Orleans - Jammin' Minilogue!
KORG Minilogue Patches 4!!!
KORG Minilogue Vangelis Style!!!!
KORG Minilogue Patches 2 (NEW!!!)
KORG Minilogue - Hi NRG Funk Jam
KORG Minilogue DEMO 5
KORG Minilogue - My patches
KORG Minilogue Patches 3!!!

ARP Odyssey - Jam

Published on Dec 18, 2016 Adam Borseti

"Got my ARP Odyssey right here, baby! I was working on a track using the ARP for all the synth stuff, and the Yamaha CP-20 (underneath it) for the Piano stuff when I decided to record my progress. Before anyone asks, no - I didn't save this track..... it was too loud!

Still, enjoy!"

Arturia Matrix 12: String Improv

Published on Dec 17, 2016 Adam Borseti

"Arturia used to be on my shit list for all the bugs and lack of customer service, but as of lately.... well, they've really gotten it together! So much so that I recently bought the Prophet V, and last night; their Oberheim Matrix 12V.

Let me tell ya, even as an expert synthesist, I was a bit intimidated by the Matrix 12, as it is one of the most (if not THE most) powerful and flexible analog polysynths of all time. With 18 filters, 5 envelopes and LFOs, plus a whole slew of other shit you'd expect from a modular, you might understand my apprehension. Never the less, the Oberheim sound is my Kryptonite and you don't get much better than the Matrix 12.... so I bought it. I listened to comparisons between the hardware and the software and it seems dead on........

First sound I programmed? Well..... actually, it was Vox Humana.... but the SECOND sound I programmed were these strings. These are the best strings I have ever programmed on any synthesizer, EVER. Because the Matrix allows for such crazy modulation and inter-connectivity, I was able to make the Attack and Release transients respond to velocity, so that I could play quick passages without sloppiness in the sound. Also, the amount of PWM and VCO modulation going on is crazy... I'm using 4 LFOs, and some of them are tracked by the keyboard for faster modulation on the higher notes, slower on the lower.

Anyway, this is me just improvising something epic.... I just thought of the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and hit record. 1 take.


Nerding out with an Oberheim Matrix-6, Kawai K5 and Strymon BigSky Reverb

Nerding out with Oberheim Matrix-6 and Strymon BigSky Reverb [demo]

Published on Jan 30, 2016 State Shirt

"I've been working on some new song ideas with my trusty Oberheim Matrix-6 and Strymon BigSky reverb. Here's a quick demo of the two together. :)"

Nerding out with Kawai K5 and Strymon TimeLine Delay [demo]

Published on Jan 5, 2017 State Shirt

"You'll never believe what we found sitting on the curb in our neighborhood a few months back. This fully operational Kawai K5 digital synth! A neighbor put a few keyboards on the curb and posted an ad to Craigslist. I guess the original owner got sick of additive synthesis. So we took the Kawai home and fired it up. It's a digital synth made in 1987, and seems to have it's own unique sound. I decided to plug it into my trusty Strymon TimeLine delay and see if I could come up with a few sounds and some song ideas for my new album. After many months, I finally completed the demo of the two together. :)"

James Skar #2 Minilogue Monologue Electribe RMK2 SP-404 KORG Roland TASCAM How To Analog Demo Jam

Published on Mar 1, 2017 James Skar

"This is the second electronic music video of my Minilogue, Monologue and Electribe RMK2 all timeclock midi synced. I'm running banks of original sequenced beats and triggering arpeggiations. For transitions, I'm utilizing controls like cutoff, delay time, decay, octave switches master volume and samples from my Roland SP-404 taken from a public domain survivalist educational video. There are transitions from 4th timing and 3rd timing as well as twice where both timings are being played simultaneously. I fashioned a tool out of a credit card to hold my pitch shifter handsfree. This is all recorded, mixed down and mastered with my TASCAM DP-24SD Portastudio, video recording was done on a iPhone 7 Plus with a fisheye lens attachment. Edited with Microsoft Movie Maker on an old Toshiba laptop at my cabin in the woods of Bellingham, Washington."

New Yamaha CS80 Rackmount Clone In the Works


ROLAND TR-606 Drumatix Vintage Drum Machine with Quicksilver CPU

via this auction

"Up for auction is a fully functional Roland TR-606 Drumatix drum machine - those hats! This one has had the Social Entropy Quicksilver 606 CPU installed, with both the 5 pin DIN MIDI in/out (via included adapter cables) and USB MIDI (in the battery compartment) options. Please do yourself a favour and review the Quicksilver specs on the Social Entropy website. Social Entropy also did the install - it's top notch - and replaced the 16 step switches while the unit was open, so there's lots of life in this one. Please see the photos for condition; everything pictured plus a power adapter will be shipped with care to the winning bidder."


Published on Mar 1, 2017 iftahbox

KORG SQ-10 Vintage Analog Sequencer with Original Box

via this auction

Moogologue #1 (Moog Sub 37 + Korg Minilogue)

Published on Mar 1, 2017 Plexis

"So I bought a Minilogue a few days ago and I think it complements the Moog in a great way.
I will upload the patches when I've figured out how that works with the Minilogue :)
Enjoy and be ready for the next video where I will route the minilogue signal THROUGH the moog."


Moogologue #2 (Korg Minilogue through Moog Sub 37)

Published on Mar 1, 2017

"So I routed the Minilogue through the Moog and this happened. The sound is pretty dirty but that's what I like about it most."

EMS Synthi A sounds

Published on Mar 1, 2017 blwvideo

"This patch makes use of some frequency modulation and the variable sync mod by Robin Wood at EMS."

Pamela's New Workout - CV exercise

Published on Mar 1, 2017 vcoadsr

"Using only Pamela's New Workout, by ALM Busy Circuits, to modulate and sequence Akemie's Castle, Akemie's Taiko & Haskell's Taiko.

Reverb from Z-DSP using Halls of Valhalla card
Delay from Bugbrand PT Delay

Recommend listening with headphones or decent sound system for best sonic experience.

NOTE: The Pamela's New Workout in this video is a prototype hence the custom red encoder knob - this will be blue for the commercial production runs."

See this post for details on Pamela's New Workout.

Moog's 6th Annual Circuit Bending Challenge

via Moog Music

"In celebration of the curiosity that fueled a young Bob Moog and all those who follow in his footsteps, we are proud to announce the 6th Annual Moog Circuit Bending Challenge.

What can you do with 9 volts of power and a $70 budget? This year, 3 finalists in the Moog Circuit Bending Challenge will hack, bend, and solder their way to Moogfest 2017 in Durham, NC, to exhibit their instruments and compete for top honors.

See last year's winning entry and find out how to enter here."


Published on Mar 1, 2017 once upon a synth

"This video features twelve improvisations on the Dave Smith Instruments Pro 2 synth. All patches are custom. It also includes footage of parts of San Francisco. The music is mostly ambient."

Machine Crush

"A tune I wrote entirely on the Dave Smith Instruments Tempest"

KISS Pinball.

MBMBAM Main Theme // (It's a) Departure - The Long Winters

Published on Mar 1, 2017 Ace Waters

"McElroy Madness begins!

For the next four weeks I am going to be covering themes and songs from the most wonderful sweet boys on the internet. Starting off with the My Brother, My Brother and Me theme. Have you seen their Seeso show? Because its dope. Really really good stuff. Check it out. And if you don't know who the McElroy brothers are, get to it. I would suggest starting with Monster Factory, because its the funniest thing I have ever seen. The Adventure Zone is also super dope. And I mean, you can't go wrong with MBMBAM. More to come!

Also, shoutouts to The Long Winters. They wrote the original song, (It's a) Departure and are kings of the college rock jams. Check em out, especially if you are into good music.

McElroy stuff:"

M-Audio Venom first impression and small review

Published on Mar 1, 2017 Paul Baraka

"I got this M-Audio and wanted to share my first impression with you."

Check out my M-Audio Venom Review and Interview with Product Manager Taiho Yamada from 2011. You'll find an iPad editor linked there as well.


Published on Mar 1, 2017 romanfilippov

"A brief demo.
To buy a kit: [click here]
To buy a built module - send a PM."

New Buchla format MODEL 25S module from Roman Filippov, the man behind Sputnik Modular eurorack modules.

Tiptop Techno Box the Quad ONE

Tiptop Techno Box the Quad ONE from Tiptop Audio on Vimeo.

"Starting with the new Fold Processor, then turn on the beat with four ONE modules playing Glitchmachines cards and a card with chords. BD909 for kick Z2040/Z4000 do the bass with a chord from ONE, HATS909 HATS808 and MA808 adds more hats. Switching sounds on ONE playing the BENT card, everything but the bass drum gets processed by the Z-DSP. A stereo from the Z-DSP into Apogee Elements88 and BD909 output to the Elements on another channel. Limiter is set on Abelton master and thats it."


Bob Moog Foundation To Raffle Vintage Minimoog Model D Singed by Jan Hammer

via The Bob Moog Foundation where you'll find additional details including how you can enter to win.

"Today we proudly announce the launch of our annual Minimoog raffle. This year we have something very special to share. The vintage Minimoog being raffled, serial number 4311, has been signed by legendary synthesist Jan Hammer who is known for his groundbreaking music on the 1980s TV series Miami Vice, and whose work with the Mahavishnu Orchestra helped define the Minimoog as a virtuoso performance instrument in the early 1970s.

The raffle is open internationally and runs through April 3, 2017 or until all tickets are sold. All ticket sales benefit our work with Dr. Bob's SoundSchool and the Bob Moog Foundation Archives."

SN 4311

ALM017 / Pamela's NEW Workout & ALM017-EX Expanders

ALM017 - Pamela's NEW Workout from ALM on Vimeo.

"Simple demo with Pamela's NEW workout driving an Erica synths Pico Drum. Pam's CV modulation of both sample selection and itself."
You'll find the video for the expanders further below.

via ALM

"‘Pamela’s NEW Workout’ is a compact programmable clocked modulation source for your Eurorack modular synthesiser system. It provides 8 highly editable outputs producing various control voltage signals correlated and synced to a BPM based master clock.

Building on the original ’Pamela’s Workout’, this new evolved model maintains the original’s form factor and intuitive workflow but greatly improves on and adds many new features with upgraded hardware, a new OLED display and rewritten software.

Each output is now able to provide not just clocked triggers but also rhythmic waveforms with many parameters controllable directly and via assigning to external CV control. Pamela has grown beyond a clever clock and now provides almost limitless synced modulation possibilities.

Improvements have been made to overall clock stability and integration with external clocks and devices. Also new are dedicated MIDI and Din Sync clock outputs available via optional expander modules.


BPM based clock with tempo rates 10-300BPM.
8 Clocked voltage outputs each with independent adjustable;
Clock divisors and multipliers from /512 to x48 including various non integer factors.
Gated, Triangle, Sine, Envelope & random base waveforms.
Waveform level and pulse width / skewing.
Phase, Delay and delay division (for complex swing)
Euclidean and random step skipping with beat based looping for rhythm creation
All output parameters assignable to x2 CV inputs with individual software offset, attenuation and monitoring.
Per output and group saving and loading to 200 banks.
Voltage and direct control of clock stop/start, reset and rate..
Sync to an external clock input at 48 to 1 PPQN.
Realtime intuitive user interface with high resolution LED display.
Provides dedicated DIN Sync and MIDI clock output via optional expander(s).
Easy firmware upgrades via USB port.
Unlikely to actually improve aerobic fitness."

2nd "workout" pic via @ctrl_mod

Pamela's New Workout PEXP-1 Expander from ALM on Vimeo.

"Quick demo of Pamela's NEW Workout Eurorack module syncing external hardware via the optional 'Pexp-1' expander module. The expander modules clocks;

The TR-909 via the MIDI Clock output.

The TB-303 via the Din Sync Clock output.

The Korg SQ-1 via one of the fixed gate outputs."

via ALM

"Pexp-1 & Pexp-2 are two expander modules for Pamela’s NEW Workout both offering additional dedicated fixed clocked outputs.

Extend Pam as a master to clock external gear with a super solid MIDI & Din Sync dedicated clock outputs.

Use extra fixed jack clocked gate outputs to free up Pamela outputs for more exotic modulation dutys.

Connects too, and Powered by, expander header on rear of Pamela’s NEW Workout.

PEXP-1 Features:

Din socketed Din Sync and MIDI Clock dedicated outputs.
4 extra buffered fixed gate outputs – x1, x2, x4 & /4
PEXP-2 Features:

3.5mm jack socketed MIDI Clock output
MIDI wiring orientation switchable (for differing 3.5mm wiring setups)
Buffered x24 & run jack outputs"

New Befaco A*B+C Eurorack Module

A*B+C Features Published on Mar 1, 2017 Befacosynth

"This video outlines the features of our A*B+C module. The A*B+C is a dual channel 4-quandrant multiplier with DC offset. It has many uses including VCA, 4-channel mixer and for creating true Ring Modulation.

0:09 - Introduction
0:29 - VCA
1:12 - 4 Channel Mixer
1:41 - Ring Modulation

The A*B+C is available as a kit, PCB & Panel set, or as an assembled module from our store"


Each section can perform the analog multiplication of two signals (A and B) and add an offset (C). It can also act as a dual voltage controlled attenuverter, dual ring modulator, dual VCA or four channel mixer (see block diagram below).

The B inputs are routed to an attenuverter that multiplies the signal between -2 to 2, while the offset inputs (C) route through a unity gain attenuverter (multiplies the signal between -1 and 1).

B and C inputs are normalised to 5v and 10v respectively, so the A inputs can be processed using just the potentiometers.

The output of first block is normalized to the second one, so the second output can act as master to get (A1*B1+C1) + (A2*B2+C2)."

Analog Synthesizer by Kyle Finn

Published on Mar 1, 2017 Kyle Finn

"Senior Engineering Project: Midi-controlled analog synthesizer designed from scratch and built from discrete components.

2 Oscillators: Square-PWM and Triangle-Saw bias control and detune

Highpass and Lowpass filter with pitch tracking

ADSR envelope

LFO filter and volume modulation

Serial MIDI input with velocity sensitivity"

Expert Sleepers ES3/ES6 Demo w/Silent Way & Eurorack

Published on Mar 1, 2017 mylarmelodies

"Being a demo of the mighty Expert Sleepers ES eurorack modules and playing with ace ways to make your computer take part in the modular party."

MS20 / JX3P / MFB522

Published on Mar 1, 2017 se7ense7

"Some footy...

I saw Legowelt use his JX-3P (in an old clip on youtube) and it gave me the idea to use the MFB522 to trigger the built-in sequencer.

The PG200-like controller is actually a clone (prototype) made by a Dutch company called the DT200."

Yamaha CS-50 + Kenton MIDI

via this auction

Original Moog Minimoog Model D SN 6165

via this auction

"Not the re-issue, but the real thing. Powers up, plays great, holds tuning as far as we can tell. Has been sitting unused in our studio and we are shutting down so our loss is your gain. One for the collectors."

Vintage ROLAND Synthesizer RS-505 Paraphonic Strings SN 932161

via this auction

"The RS-505 is a synthesizer which has 3 sections, bass, synth and strings. This piece of beauty has rich, analog sounds which are very warm.

The Synth section has 4 waveforms, which can be chosen by the white buttons located in the center section of the unit. The Synth section has its own filter cutoff, resonance, VCA, envelope and LFO.

The Bass section has three waveforms and this also comes with its own VCA attack and release sliders. The string has two presets and this part contains the features from the previous RS-202.

The sounds from the three sections can be blended to create interesting tones. This unit also comes with Chorus and Ensemble effects which can instantly warm and thicken the sounds up. The RS 505 is known to be Rolands one of the finest string synthesizer of its era, so a must have for your studio!!!"

Blue Roland SH-101 SN 310408

via this auction

Quasimidi Rave-O-Lution 309 SN 41965

via this auction

Roland VP330 Mk1 Vocoder

via this auction

Haynes Build Your Own Electric Synth

Published on Jan 15, 2017 FatNicK

Reminds me of the Gakken SX-150.

via this auction

"he Music Synthesizer kit lets you build your own little musical instrument. You can play notes over two octaves, including half tones (minims). Additionally, you can use the customisable sound effects, tremolo and envelope modulation, to give your compositions or interpretations a unique and lively sound. This is a self assembly kit that has been designed with the complete novice in mind.

Components in the box: 1 x main board, 4 x push buttons, 2 x LEDs, 1 x speaker, 1 x potentiometer with knob, jumper wire, 1 x battery box and fixing screws and nuts."

Roland MC-202 SN 339200

via this auction


Published on Mar 1, 2017 Mattias Mårtensson

"Hey! Here's part 4,
I even created a little sad robot for you in the last patch.

Happy nerding!"

All parts here.

Modular synthesizer for beginners - Part IV: sequences and rhythm - anything goes

Published on Mar 1, 2017 studentsmusic

"After finishing your little budget system and having fun with strange sounds, you may want to use it for techno, sequencer, chillout, are some surprising features of our minus 1000$ system"

All parts here.

Live Jam #75 - Calm / Space / Ambient - Microkorg, Microbrute, Plugiator, Eurorack, Akai APC

Published on Mar 1, 2017 Monotrail

"I am working on a more techno oriented liveset, so I thought I would brake it up a little with a more calm melodic livejam.

Stuff used:
Korg Microkrorg, Arturia Microbrute, Use Audio Plugiator, Akai APCkey 25, Eurorack 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
Malekko heavy industry: Unity mixer
Make noise: MMG, Lxd
Mutable instruments: Clouds, Peaks
Synthrotek: Echo, Deluxe power
Tiptop Audio: BD808
Diy: Quad attenuator

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

ARP-260Odyssey - Dark Atmosphere

Published on Mar 1, 2017 PaulLawlerMusic

"Dark atmosphere created by cross modulating the Arp 2600 with the Korg Arp Odyssey.
FX is Eventide Space."

Roland TR09, Korg MS20 & Roland JP8000

Published on Mar 1, 2017 3rdStoreyChemist

"Jamming with the TR09 drum machine and MS20 & JP8000 synthesisers synced together.
TR09 MIDI Out to JP8000 MIDI In
TR09 Trigger Out to MS20 ESP Audio In, ESP Trigger Out to Trigger In

No further processing except for reverb and normalisation."

WATERGATE (Po-20 arcade, ELEKTRON Analog 4, VOLCA FM, MicroBRUTE)

Published on Mar 1, 2017 Chocolate Pulp

Teenage Engineering PO 20 Arcade
Elektron Analog4
Korg Volca FM
Korg mini kaoss pad 2

Thanks for watching!

"Fluorescence" Dreadbox Erebus + Korg SQ1 & Rhythm Wolf

Published on Feb 28, 2017 Ludwig Kopp

"Analog jam
- SQ1 midi playing the melody on Erebus
- SQ1 CV controlling LFO frequency on Erebus
and LFO modulates VCF
-SQ1 gate controlling Echo FX on Erebus
- adsr envelope modulates PW of middle square-wave voice

Jam is directly recorded into a Korg Beatboy (which tuned all osc, too!) :
The vid's audio is "as is": No processing
The camera's mic was put over the video to preserve the knob action
Thanks for checking this out!"

Expanding on the synth funk with Circuit

Published on Feb 28, 2017 ZeroCrosser

"I was pleased with the sounds in my previous upload but felt I could do a better arrangement and composition. Here is a more fleshed out tune using those same synth patches. Everything is pure Circuit except for a guitar solo that I just couldn't resist laying down on top of The groove. :) I was just getting that David Bowie "Let's Dance" vibe and I had to throw down some riffs! There is also a synth solo at the very end of the song. This was achieved by playing One of the Circuit's synths in real time as I recorded the track. I am amazed it worked out so well considering that same synth was already playing a sequenced pad and lead. Somehow I didn't run out of voices"

sine lab one

Published on Feb 28, 2017 voltlife

"A one-take jam with harmonic oscillations, a drunken PLL, clangy FM percussion and swooping self-oscillation."

Bitwig 2.0 - Polysynth Overview

Published on Feb 28, 2017 DRD_Tutorials

"This video provides an overview of the new Bitwig 2.0 subtractive synthesizer, Polysynth. Enjoy!"

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