MATRIXSYNTH: Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Train to Everywhere - Yamaha Montage Live Performance

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Earmonkey Music

"Thought I'd try something a bit different this time. This is a live performance with only the Yamaha Montage and some Valhalla Ubermod Tape Delay, and Shimmer reverb. Played live in one take. My understanding is that the video is Public domain footage. It is called "Pas de Deux". The dancers are Margaret Mercier and Vincent Warren. 1969."

Sounds From The Patch Lab: Massive Mono Minis

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Boredbrain Music

"Three musical experiments are performed with the PATCHULATOR 8000 MINI PATCHBAY to share and swap several effects between the Korg Monologue analog mono synth and Teenage Engineering PO-12 Pocket Operator drum machine.

Effects used: MXR M300 Reverb, Korg Monotron Delay, Moog MF-Ring, Moog Cluster Flux, MoogerFooger Freqbox, Keeley GC-2 Limiting Amplifier.

Live improv session cut down to the best bits.


Sequential Circuits Prophet 600 SN 2481

via this auction

Roland HS-60 SN 594265

via this auction

"This here is my HS-60, same synth as the Juno 106, but with built-in speakers.

It's basically a portable Juno 106 that can be played anywhere.
There is a Stereo MIX IN, so you can play along with other sources of music through the internal speakers, if that's your thing. If you want to record, and don't want to hear the speakers, just plug a 1/4 inch plug in to the headphone jack, to bypass them.

This synth has been professionally repaired. All the voice chips have been reconditioned and refurbished. The 2-prong power plug has been professionally converted to a 3-prong IEC power cable, and a Chorus input modification has been done so that you can run other synths and Audio sources through the lush, analog Chorus. All the repairs, reconditions and modifications have been done professionally by Rosen Sound, up in Burbank, CA.

Included with this HS-60 is a hard case, and an IEC power cable."

[Live Session] - my4trackmachine - The Lost Samples (Waldorf Pulse2)

Published on Apr 11, 2017 my4trackmachine

"3 month ago I made some samples on the Octatrack using my new Waldorf Pulse 2 while experimenting with sounds. I forgot the samples existed until a day ago when I found them while organizing.

This live session was put together using those samples stacked with some unused Analog Rytm patterns."

Ensoniq ESQ1: First Impression

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Todd Smith

Demo comes in at 3:37.

"I picked up 2 used 80's digital synthesizers. Today I'll focus on the Ensoniq ESQ1 and give my first impression. Keep a eye out for the CZ3000 first impression.

Everything recorded on Apple iPad Pro ( Audio ) and iPhone 6s (Video)"

Korg DSS-1 and Eventide Space ambient demo

Published on Apr 11, 2017 MIDERA

"Another demo of the Korg DSS-1 with Eventide Space. None of my patches can be saved currently - so I'm just messing around with the DSS-1 until Tom Virostek's upgrade is ready :) I'm using only the additive synthesis engine in here to create the sound."

Buchla Easel Morphagened

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Todd Barton

"a little demo from the first day with the Makenoise Morphagene. Better audio:"

Roland Jupiter-8 Synthesizer w/ MIDI SN 110895

via this auction

“Vintage Roland Jupiter 8 fully serviced and cleaned by an expert. Perfect working order. Modifications are a MIDI kit installed and two additional banks of memory to allow extra banks of sound patches to be stored by the user. New battery. Comes with travel case. No rust. Serial No. 110895.”

Volca Circuit Sunrizer Lorentz Deep Tech House Session 8

Published on Apr 11, 2017 014london70

"Recorded to iPhone via a Behringer Xenyx mixer and mastered in Final Touch.

Gear used : Volca Sample, Bass, Keys, Novation Circuit, Behringer Xenyx mixer.
Apps used : Sunrizer, Lorentz, AudioShare, Modstep, Final Touch."

Electro Harmonix SYNTH9

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Perfect Circuit Audio

"The SYNTH9, from Electro-Harmonix, is a new type of guitar synthesizer. Without the complex implementation of MIDI guitars or special six-channel pickups, the SYNTH9 can produce classic synthesizer tones right out of your guitar. There are 9 presets emulating many of the classic synthesizers of the 60s and 70s, giving you tones from all the classic rock and psychedelic bands and more. With only a few controls, it is quick and intuitive to dial in the perfect sound. The SYNTH9 is recommended to be placed at the beginning of one's pedal board, due to the unique tracking capabilities. For even more space rock type effects, delays and reverbs after the Synth9 take you to interstallar distances."

MATRIXSYNTH members get a %10 discount at Perfect Circuit Audio!

Roland Releases Anthology 1990 Cloud Synth

"Classic. Beloved. Nostalgic. Popular. Recognizable. Great sounding.

All of these words have been used to describe the hardware synthesizer counterpart that served as the foundation for our latest software instrument, Anthology 1990. 1990 saw Roland Corporation release a spiritual successor to their very popular release in 1987 and we decided to follow suit following the release of Anthology 1987. We've captured the classic sounds of 1990 and have added them to the Anthology line-up whilst taking the utmost care to preserve the original tonal and sonic qualities that made this instrument great years ago.

Sonic Joy

One of primary drivers behind why we love this synthesizer is the warmth and presence found in each and every patch. Contained herein you'll find breathy flutes, luscious layered voices and big, beefy basses. From the expressive "Grandioso" piano to the immediately recognizable from 90's ambient music "Shak-Filt", these 64 deep sampled patches deep sampled from the original 64 patches are sure to delight.

Simply Accessible

As with all instruments in the Anthology series, you'll find an intuitive and inviting experience in Anthology 1990. Simply launch your DAW, load the instrument and immediately start creating. Whether it's in your home studio or on a laptop on stage from the beach in Ibiza, all Anthology instruments carry the Anthology promise: ready to go with low system overhead and high quality.


Ultra-Deep Sampled replica of its legendary counterpart from 1990
64 patches
4 velocity layers per note
ADSR resonant filter for lush sustains and harmonic decays
Multiple instruments supported per plug in instance
Advanced multi-threaded loading and streaming for fast and smooth workflow
Multiple instruments supported on separate MIDI channels
VST and AU compatible
So Many Superlatives"

via Roland

Blue Lantern Modules Demos New 2017 4hp Dwarf Star Shift Register Based Noise Generator

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Flavio Mireles

"4hp Digital Noise generator with onboard HPF and an offset processor."

Blue Lantern Modules 4hp SubHarmonic Generator

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Flavio Mireles

"4hp Sub Harmonics Generator is only $68.50!!!

On the second half of the video, that is the Phobos Lunar VCF."

New Blue Lantern Modules Poly Phobos Demos

Poly Phobos in Mono CV patch

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Flavio Mireles

"All the 4 vco's are beating against each either. This is a good demo to demonstrate how accurate the beating..."

Update: Two more demos:

Poly Phobos Mono Super VCO

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Flavio Mireles

"DIY Yarns was used to control all 4 vco's to create a fat big sound. I used a Mix Em Up mixer, Phobos Lunar VCF, the onboard OTA VCA, and a simpler ADSR."

Poly Phobos with a sequencer. Mono Patched for One Big FAT sound.

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Flavio Mireles

See this post for previous demos.

WiFiMIDI eurorack module demo1 with narration

New video with narration added to this post.


Published on Apr 11, 2017 SYNTHWAY

"Not my best improvisation ever, but I just wanted to share the experiment of a layered sound with the Boutiques + Valhalla Shimmer. Loving these little machines (also the Minilogue, used only as a controller)."

Follow-up to Valhallalogue!

Prova Ornament & Crime

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Dave 33543


Prova Ornament & Crime Parte2

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Dave 33543

Moog Source 341A SN 2914 w/ Bob Moog Signed Manual & Extra Membrane Panel

via this auction

Klee Sequencer

via this auction

"Klee Sequencer for Eurorack format

Thus is the the most recent NV build and sold as new - Built by professional engineer with over 25yr experience."

Note the Klee is also available in software.

Eurorack? MediterraneaRack!

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Izhar Ashdot

"As a modular patch I was working on started getting a Greek/Balkan flair, in walked Dudu Levi, my guitar tech, modular partner in crime and a fine musician. Few people know that Dudu is fluent in the Greek/mediterranean guitar style.

I asked him to put down the soldering iron and pick up his guitar, and this is the resulting jam, mixed live as we were playing and edited down from 29 minutes.

The main melody is played with the Radio Music module with new Chords firmware, going through a CVfied Boss Overdrive pedal."

RECONDITE - LEVO (Moog Sub 37 remake)

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Plexis

"So here is a remake of a track I like a lot.
Original track: [below]

Sorry for the constant defocusing in the video, still can't afford a good camera so I'm using my smartphone."


Published on Nov 6, 2014 Innervisions

Artist: Recondite
Track Title: Levo
Label: Innervisions
Distribution: Muting The Noise

Vinyl available while stocks last at

Download available (among others) at

Site Update: Taking a Break from the Featured Listings Thumbnails

You might notice the little thumbnails on top of the site are no longer there. They were becoming a bit of work to maintain as well as a bit redundant. Originally they were supposed to be the nine most interesting listings posted, but after cutting back on auction posts, they ended up becoming the nine most recent listings for the most part. That said, we are going to take a little break from them. You'll find a Featured Listings link in the top right link section that you can use. You can also click on the "Auction" label on the bottom of any auction post to get to them. They are all "featured" in that either they are listings from supporting members of the site, or they are the rarer and more interesting items out there.

Yamaha CS30L / knob fidgeting

Published on Apr 11, 2017 se7ense7

"VCA1: left ear / VCA2: right ear"

Deckard's Dream Comes to Life

In case you missed it: New Yamaha CS80 Rackmount Clone In the Works

Moog: Sonic Origins | The Haxan Cloak

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Moog Music Inc

"Bobby Krlic approaches music and composition from a place of primal perception. Performing under the name "The Haxan Cloak", Krlic crafts haunting soundscapes by harnessing the power of shifting air molecules into brooding, undulating waveshapes.

Shortly after co-producing Goldfrapp’s Silver Eye, the British synth mystic takes us into his Los Angeles home studio and weaves new aural patterns into a track called “Transposition #4”. During breaks on his balcony, he reflects on the sonic origins that have shaped his artistic identity, “the golden thing” that makes the goosebumps come, and the amniotic bliss of low frequency sounds. Watch the video for an intimate perspective on one synthesist's roots and process.

Sonic Origins is a series that unearths the elements of artist identity. Watch the first installment, featuring Russell E. L. Butler [posted here]

Listen to the full track here:"

Novation releases Components Standalone

Uploaded on Apr 7, 2017 NovationTV

"After months of development, Novation has unveiled a new update for Components users around the world – Components Standalone.

The new update gives users Components on Mac or PC, to use offline and without their Facebook or Google login. If users have registered Novation hardware, they can access Components Standalone by signing in to their Novation accounts.

Components Standalone presents users with a much easier navigation, which allows them to quickly visit the areas of Components they go to most often.

Novation has also made other changes. Sounds can now be cleared in to a trash folder, which empties after 14 days.

In addition, pad colours and texts are easier to make out, and the buttons above the grid have been changed to ‘Save to cloud’, ‘Save to desktop’ and ‘Send to Circuit’."

GForce Intros RE STRINGS for Reason w/ Billy Currie Interview & Freeman String Symphonizer Overview

Published on Apr 11, 2017 GForce Software

"RE-STRINGS is our Rack Extension version of the award winning VSM and contains a selection of its most popular and iconic String Ensembles including: ARP Quadra, Crumar Multiman, Elka Rhapsody, Eminent 310, Freeman String Symphonizer, Godwin String Orchestra, Hohner K4, Junost 21, Korg Lambda, Korg PE2000, Logan String Melody II, Mellotron Violins, Moog Opus III, Roland VP330, ARP Solina, Technics KN200, Yamaha CE-25 & Yamaha SS-30.

With it's dual layer capability, it's possible to load the classic string ensemble sounds from years gone by or create your own hybrid ensembles.

Legal Notice
All musical instrument manufacturer and product names are trademarks of their respective owners and in no way associated or affiliated with GForce Software Ltd. The trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose sounds and technical data were studied for this instrument. All names of instrument inventors have been included for illustrative and educational purposes only and do not suggest any affiliation or endorsement of GForce Software Ltd."

Billy Currie talks String Synths, VSM & RE-STRINGS

Published on Apr 11, 2017 GForce Software

"During the process of creating patches for RE-STRINGS Rack Extension, we talked with Billy Currie about his use of String Ensemble keyboards over the years and how the Elka Rhapsody and Yamaha SS-30 contributed to some of Ultravox's classic tracks.

Billy also talks about how valuable the VSM and RE-STRINGS libraries are to him and how they've been used in his latest album, Doppel."

Freeman String Symphonizer

Published on Apr 11, 2017 GForce Software

"A brief walkthrough of the Freeman String Symphonizer, invented by Ken Freeman, sounds from which are in both VSM and RE-STRINGS.

The Further Adventures of K.FREEMAN and his Incredible Machine of a Thousand Strings courtesy of I Monster - BRIGHT SPARKS album.

Ken Freeman footage courtesy of BRIGHT SPARKS Documentary"

via Propellerhead

"50% OFF Release Offer! 2 weeks.

The modern, polyphonic string synthesiser was invented in 1970 by Ken Freeman, a British keyboard player and engineer who discovered that if you layered two notes then detuned and slightly modulated one a pleasant ‘chorused’ sound resulted. Over the next 10+ years Ken’s initial discovery spawned an industry that saw the manufacture of more than one hundred ‘string machines’ and multi-keyboards.

Although viewed by some as a one-trick-pony or a poor man’s polysynth, string machines had so much character they’ve graced tracks by artists as diverse as; Lonnie Liston Smith, Air, Pink Floyd, The Cure, Parliament, Herbie Hancock, Camel, Joy Division, Jean-Michel Jarre, Thomas Dolby, Tonto’s Expanding Head Band, Genesis, Toni Tone Tony and countless others.

Product details
Based on our award winning Virtual String Machine (VSM), RE-STRINGS comprises 67 individual sample sets from a plethora of classic analogue string ensembles including the ultra rare (and first) Freeman String Symphonizer, the highly coveted Solina, the eminently desirable Eminent 310, the highly-lauded Logan String Ensemble, plus several other classic (and not so classic) string machines.

Each sample set spans 49 notes (4 octaves), each individually sampled and looped, plus RE-STRINGS contains a 700+ patch library created by respected patch designers including legendary string machine user and keyboard maestro, Billy Currie.

With Dual Layer capabilities - each layer comprising of a Lowpass, Bandpass & Highpass Resonant Filter Section, Two Envelope Generators, Pitch or Filter LFO, Dynamic control including filter aftertouch - if you want to create your own hitherto unrealised hybrid combinations of classic and evocative string ensembles, it’s a cinch. Finally, global vintage style Ensemble & Phaser effects are provided, allowing you to hone your sound to evocative, retro, string ensemble perfection.

RE-STRINGS includes string tones from the following classic instruments ARP Quadra (1978) Crumar Multiman (1975) Elka Rhapsody (1975) Eminent 310 (1972) Freeman String Symphonizer (1973) Godwin Model 749 String Concert (1980) Hohner K4 (1977) Junost 21 (c 1986) Korg Lambda (1979) Korg PE2000 (1976) Logan String Melody II (1977) Mellotron (1963) Moog Opus III (1980) Roland VP330 (1979) Solina String Ensemble (1974) Technics KN200 (1982) Yamaha CE-25 (1983) Yamaha SS30 (1977)"

OP-1 Voltage Synth (loud!)

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Jacques Mongrel

"Demonstrating the new synth engine on the Teenage Engineering OP-1 as well as the new arpeggiator sequencer. Both come with the latest update."

You can find details on the update from November here.

Synth Jam - Stab Bass Beat - Korg MS-20, MicroKorg, Volca Keys, MC-303

Published on Dec 13, 2015 Alex Simesky

"One more 'dance' jam in the studio with the Korg MS-20 Mini, Yamaha SY85 (Bass) and the Roland MC-303 (the main MIDI brain+drums).
Additional instruments for pads : Microkorg, Volca Keys.
Fx: Zoom RFX2000. Korg Mini Kaoss Pad
Recorded on a Yamaha tape deck. Transfer to hard disk and finishing touches in ProTools.

Thanks to Roxana for filming this.

Enjoy and thanks for watching :)'

The sounds of Korg MS-20 Mini with Analog Delay (Deluxe Memory Boy)

Published on Mar 27, 2017 Alex Simesky

"A selection of 5 MS-20 mini sounds with the analog delay Deluxe Memory Boy by Electro-Harmonix. I focused on having melodic "sequences" played by hand in sync with the delay:

1 Pseudo PWM 00:04
2 Glissando Lead 01:33
3 Triangle Bassy Lead 03:47
4 Electro Percussion 04:36
5 Two Bassy Saw Sequences 05:31

Recorded directly with the Zoom H4n Pro, except for the last take, where a Presonus tube preamp was used before the Zoom. A bit of reverb was added in Ableton Live.

Enjoy and thanks for watching :)"

LMS: Moving a Moog Mother-32 to a Eurorack Case

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Learning Modular

All parts here.

"Are you ready to make your Mother-32 part of a larger Eurorack-format modular system? This movie covers removing the Mother-32 from its own case and moving it into a Eurorack case, including discussion of power requirements and other important issues.

The full Learning Modular Synthesis course on the Mother-32 is on ( and LinkedIn Learning ( If you don’t already have a subscription to either one, you can use the link to sign up for and they will not bill your credit card for 30 days while you try out the service and sample as many courses as you like – including my other Learning Modular Synthesis courses. If you decide to stay with, one month costs only $25, and they have hundreds of other audio & music courses as well."

Popcorn song piano synthesia (on Moog Sub Phatty synthesizer)

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Woody Piano Shack

"Tutorial video of my cover version of the Popcorn song by Hot Butter. Performed on a real Moog synthesizer, the Moog Sub Phatty. Falling note piano animation by Synthesia."

BURG - deep minimal jam (Roland AIRA TB-3, TR-8, KORG volca)

Published on Apr 11, 2017 ollilaboratories

"If you like my stuff, please support me on

I know this is not my usual style, but I was in a minimal mood and wanted to try out some styles and beats for an upcoming gig. This is really deep and minimal (for being BURG) and its supposed to be for the dancefloor... what do You think, fancy dancing to a track like this 4.30 in the morning in a dark basement somewhere ? :)

The lead bass is as you can hear the KORG volca bass and the TB-3.. with some beats and weird phrases punched in on the elektron and the 0-coast.

note: This has a lot of low end so make sure to listen on a proper system and your favourite headphones for maximum effect.

BoOoM !

Gear used: Elektron Analog Four, System-1, TB-3, TR-8, KORG volca bass, keys, novation circuit, 0-coast

FX, strymon timeline, el capistan, earthquaker devices space spiral and transmisser, kaoss pad, ms-70 CDR"

Evolver Desktop Drone

Published on Mar 17, 2017 Geylo Follen

Monomachine vs Yamaha E1010

yamaha e1010 analog delay circa 1980

Published on Mar 5, 2017 Geylo Follen

Deru & Telefon Tel Aviv perform and explore BLOCKS with Max at NAMM 2017

Published on Apr 11, 2017 ROLI

"Emmy Award-winning composer Benjamin Wynn (Deru) & electronic producer Joshua Eustis (Telefon Tel Aviv) perform with the Seaboard RISE and BLOCKS."

Roland System 100M

via this auction

112 SN 172853
121 SN ??????
130 SN 071705
140 SN 132903
150 SN 172510

Original Korg MS-20 with Leather Case & Japanese Overlay

via this auction

"Completely without use marks. Looks like new, with original box!"

Oxford Synthesizer Company OSCar SN 0177

via this auction

Studio Electronics ATC-1 plus ALL 4 Cartridges w/ Expansion Chassis

via this auction

"This Studio Electronics ATC-1 is an amazing synth hands down. This item was originally sold with one filter cartridge and the option to buy additional cartridges that emulate other popular synths. Included with this item is a separate chassis that allows access to all four cartridges AND all four cartridges will be included as well. THIS IS IN PERFECT CONDITION!!!

You will receive:
ATC-1 Synth
Expansion Chassis
TB-303 Cartridge
ARP 2600 Cartridge
SEM Cartridge
MiniMoog Cartridge
Power Cord

This is a complete package that I have never seen sold before. The cartridges alone can fetch up to $250 a piece.

Check out my shop for other GREAT gear!!"

Mini Foot-Driven Modular Jam

Mini Foot-Driven Modular Jam from Noise Jockey on Vimeo.

"Three-module mini jam featuring Monome Walk (with two footswitches), Mutable Instruments Rings (one footswitch to Strum input), and 4MS Dual Looping Delay (one footswitch to Ping input). Run into a Mackie mixer with an Eventide Space reverb pedal on the effects send."

Hawkeye - Going Up (MFB Dominion 1, Kurzweil K2000, Virus C Vocoder)

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Maelstroem3

"Dawless vocoding! :-)

We experienced an incredible evolution of speech synthesis over the last decades - the voice used in this track was artificially generated by an online text to speech tool, sampled by the E-MU E6400 Ultra and was then transformed by the vocoder of the Access Virus C. You can hear the original synthesized voice at the end of the track.

Big thanks to my YouTube friend "oscillator", who sent me his great Kurzweil K2000 patches, the patch starting at 03:05 is pure Kurzweil bliss from his patch bank! He also helped me to upgrade my old K2000 to modern standards. It is a fantastic synth!
Here is his channel:

Gear used (in order of appearance):
00:00 Kurzweil K2000 piano (a classic)
00:13 Moog Little Phatty Bassline through Polivoks DIY VCF
00:26 Elektron Machinedrum Drums
00:40 Mutable Instruments Anushri Chip Arpeggio
01:13 MFB Dominion I - dirty bassline :-)
01:15 Dave Smith Evolver - growling, evolving bassline
01:39 Vocoder voice (E-MU 6400 Ultra - Access Virus C Vocoder)
02:05 MFB Dominion I - lead in paraphonic mode
03:05 Kurzweil K2000 "Solo" - Patch from oscillator, THANKS! :-)
04:17 Alesis Andromeda - arpeggiated happy poly string

FX: Strymon Timeline and BigSky, DIY Polivoks VCF

All was sequenced live using the fantastic MIDIbox Sequencer (v4), the synth outputs went directly into a 16-channel Mackie 1604 for analog mixing - the master output of the mixer was captured using a Tascam DR-100 wave recoder - no DAW was abused during recording, only slight audio compression was added during video editing.

Hope you enjoyed it and thanks for watching and listening!
Hawkeye/Maelstroem Records"


Published on Apr 11, 2017 Marcin Staniszewski

"I You like any of these videos and find them helpful, please consider supporting via Patreon:

This is a review of WAVE PROCESSOR wave folder and subdivider manufactured by TIPTOP AUDIO ( The review also appears in May 2017 issue of "Estrada i Studio" - biggest Polish monthly magazine devoted to music production and studio equipment."


ALM - Akemie's Castle *Generative Noise*

Published on Apr 11, 2017 DivKidVideo

"Here's the awesome Akemie's Castle from ALM Busy Circuits. It's a 4 operator FM oscillator power house! Based on the original NOS Yamaha FM chips you've got different operator algorithms all four operator controls exposed and loads of hands (or CV heavy) manipulation. This patch is just a generative noise jam but you get a good idea of the range of tones it can create in that field."

Waldorf Quantum - Musikmesse 2017

Published on Apr 11, 2017 Sound On Sound magazine

"8-Voice Analog/Digital Hybrid Polyphonic Synthesizer"

Update: some key points from the video captured by Soviet Space Child and a couple of feature suggestions:

1) the digital processing section can be put pre or post analog filter, this is huge for me.

2) the analog filters are lowpass only.

3) the oscillators are freely routable between the analog filters, digital processing section, or can bypass them all together and go straight to the VCA. This adds a lot of flexibility to the synth, in that a single patch effectively becomes a 3 timbre synthesizer, with each oscillator comprising of its own timbre. In theory, one oscillator can go to the analog filters, another can go to the digital processing section, a third can go straight to the amp section. This, combined with the various oscillator types, makes the Quantum an incredibly flexible synthesizer. Now, with all that taken into consideration, add the split/layering mode and you have yourself a party.

4) FM is not yet decided upon, bummer. Here's hoping for linear FM between the oscillators.

5) You can analyze audio files and convert them into wavetables (!!!)

5) 40(!!!) modulation slots.


1) Addition of linear FM
2) Internal resampling for the wavetable and granular/sample oscillators would be great.

Moog Mother 32 & EHX Memory Boy

Published on Apr 11, 2017 3rdStoreyChemist

"Mother 32 synthesiser through the Memory Boy analog delay. The Memory Boy has been placed on an aux send.

No further processing except normalisation."

Akira's Dream: A Eurorack Modular Journey

Published on Apr 10, 2017 Genshi Media Group


A live modular synth jam; a variation of the previous video, with a bit of a different feel... no external effects, overdubs or multi-tracking, just what you see on the screen performed in one live take."

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