MATRIXSYNTH: Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

KORG ARP ODYSSEY by Kai Keyboard Mafia

Published on Apr 19, 2017 musicconceptthailand

And one more:


Published on Apr 19, 2017 musicconceptthailand

-Korg MiniLoque
-Korg MonoLogue
-Arp Odyssey
-Korg Electribe Sampler"

ACID HOUSE?? ちっこいの二つで一曲作ってみた。

Published on Apr 25, 2017 SHIN

Roland TB-3 & Novation Circuit.

Analog Four: 4 Favorite Bass Patches

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Jacques Mongrel

"Elektron Analog Four demonstrating some bass patches that come from their free packs, available here:"

Superbooth 2017: Bastl Instruments THYME Digital Tape Machine

Published on Apr 25, 2017 SYNTH ANATOMY

Moog Taurus II 1981 Black

Moog Taurus II pedals (controls)

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Jon Bellona

"Quick video of Moog Taurus II bass pedals demoing some of the synthesizer controls. For brevity, I chose to take the synth off the stand and activate the pedals with the hands."

via this auction

EMS SYNTHI-E Including Rare EMS Keyboard

Published on Apr 26, 2017 V T

via this auction, also on Reverb.

Pic of the inside below.

Update: video added above.

Superbooth 2017 - A Conversation with Make Noise

Published on Apr 25, 2017 DivKidVideo

"It was a pleasure to get outside and chat with Tony from Make Noise and have a casual conversation away from the noise of the event. We did it last year and spoke about all sorts. Check that out here - [below] In this conversation we talk about modular drums, mixing and Maths patches. Importantly the patches you don't want to 'waste your maths' on."

A Conversation with Make Noise - Superbooth 2016

Published on Apr 28, 2016 DivKidVideo

"It was great to get a chance to sit down with Tony Rolando from Make Noise musically and casually chat through some ideas. Set against the gorgeous backdrop that was the river Spree outside the Funkhaus in Berlin at Superbooth16 we chat through some ideas about integrated analogue and digital within the modular, make noise modules (obviously), ideas about storing 'states' and loads more."

Roland JP-8000 Treasures Part 1 2017 Virtual Analog Synthesizer Rik Marston JP8 Synth

Published on Apr 25, 2017 SynthgodXXX

Custom Jupiter colored knobs.

Update: Part 2 added:

Roland JP-8000 Treasures Part 2 2017 Virtual Analog Synthesizer Rik Marston JP8 Synth

Published on Apr 25, 2017 SynthgodXXX

"Roland JP-8000 'Treasures from the Synth Vault Part 1'
2017 Synthesizer Demo by Rik Marston 100% No Talking!!!
**Watch in HD!!** **Turn it UP!!**

This video is Part One so look out for Part Two soon! :)

This is an older AUDIO recording I did back in 2006 of the
most Trance, Dance, Industrial, EBM, Techno, Acid & Ambient
sounds I had on the ROLAND JP-8000 at the time. This recording
was for sampling purposes...all in 'C' so hit it up if you wish ;)
I loved this synth, customized with the JUPITER-8 sharpie
colored knobs & sliders... LOL :) -what a workhorse at the time!
Still found today in studios all over the world, but it is now RARE
to find one in good to prefect working condition.... :(
It's still in my TOP 10 Favorite Synthesizers Of All Time!
Signature Super Saw makes this synth shine, but it is way
more than just a Trance synthesizer, it can do just about anything!!!!
Get one if you find one in excellent or refurbished condition!!
They run $400-$750 second hand in good working condition!

Thank you for watching!
More Synthesizer Demos,
Ambient Chill Zen Music,
UFOs & strange stuff...
Coming Soon!!

Composing with Voltage Block Eurorack Sequencer

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Voltage Control Lab

"We begin our explorations into the Malekko Voltage Block, a complex, 8 channel, 16 step Eurorack sequencer, which happens to pair well with the Varigate 8+, turning into a Voltron-like sequencing system."


via this auction

Roland JX-3P Polyphonic Synth and Mode Machines DT 200 Programmer

via this auction

"Up for sale is the Roland JX-3P vintage analog synthesizer with Mode Machines DT 200 Programmer (just like the Roland PG200).

The Roland JX-3P is in excellent shape itself, just see the pics. However, the little silver plastic piece on the Sens lever is broken, but you can see in the pics how it still stays on the unit. I am including a brand new replacement piece for free to the winner of this auction..."

Nord Modular

via this auction

Korg EX-800 Polyphonic Synth in Excellent Condition w/ Circuitbenders Polybeast Mod

via this auction

Elektron Monomachine SFX-6 - Only 500 Units Made

via this auction

"Very nice Elektron SFX-6 up for sale. Only 500 SFX-6 units were made. Features 5 synthesis methods: SuperWave, DigiPro, FM+, VO and SID. The unique feature of the SFX-6 is the integrated keyboard (with joystick) with LED's for every key. The Led's lid up when playing sequences which makes it easy to remind you what you have played! The sequencer is very easy use and can be multi-timbral with the ability to control external gear. This unit is fully functional and in very nice condition. Ships in original box. Made in Sweden."

Future Retro Revolution White

via this auction

"This Revolution is fully functional, in good condition, and includes it's power supply.

The Revolution is a true analog monophonic synthesizer with an easy to use step-based digital sequencer, analog and DSP effects processing, and various interfacing for controlling MIDI, CV/Gate, and Din Sync devices."

Emu SP1200 Vintage Sampler + Massive Disk Sample Library SN 109302461

via this auction

Waldorf Microwave Rev A w/ CEM Chips

via this auction

"Waldorf Microwave 1 revA with CEM 3389 VCF filter, VCA and OS V2.00 the most desirable version rarely come up these days extremely versatile and beautiful unique sounding synth if you are look for that PPG wave sound this is the one to go for in a rack and does not cost the kings ransom!"

Black Elektron Machinedrum SPS-1 UW+ MK2

via this auction

"Elektron Machinedrum SPS-1 UW+ MK2
Unit is in excellent cosmetic condition + perfect working order

- Dick Malibu Black Panel kit (installed)
- Factory front panel
- Upgraded knobs (installed)
- Factory knobs
- Turbo MIDI USB adapter (TM-1) w/USB and MIDI cables
- Rack ears
- User manual
- Factory box"

Barton Musical Circuits - Switched Resistor Filter - Demo - Midiverse - TV

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Midiverse - TV

"What's up everybody? Today we're going to look at a DIY synthesizer module from Barton Musical Circuits that we recently finished building, the BMC034 Switched Resistor Filter."

Moog 700 drums & percussion and Minimoog - #4

Published on Apr 25, 2017 noddyspuncture

"Here once again, I've sync'd the home brew sequencer I built for the Moog drums to the clock on the Q960 sequencer. All four 700 series modules are used in this one along with the Minimoog... and you can't beat a *real* Minimoog. Don't ever let anyone tell you any different...!"

3 Modules #4: Clouds, Ears, Ripples

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

All parts here.

"Wow, this one turned out to be a lot of fun! As you can hear, this patch is capable of a wide range of craziness – all without using any "support" modules, and without any added reverb or other out-of-the-rack effects. (show more)

I figured the "obvious" way to go here, would be to use Ears' contact mic as a sound source, filter the audio through Ripples, and tag on the Clouds as a delay/reverb effect at the end. So, naturally, I decided to do something completely different. :)

Patch notes:
This is basically a feedback loop, from Clouds' output via Ears, through Ripples' 4 pole LPF, and back into Clouds. For most of the patch, though, Ripples' resonance is at full, which means it produces sine tones – the audio input is virtually inaudible at max resonance.

However, by using Ears' envelope follower output to control the gain on Ripples, there's still a feedback response, even when the audio input is drowned by the resonance peak. I think it's easy to forget that Ears is more than just a contact mic/external audio input. Its envelope follower and gate makes it ideally suited to control feedback loops in this manner.

The sine tones/fed back audio is passed from Ripples to Clouds, which chops it up into grains, pitch shifts those grains, and adds reverb. I'm manually modulating the grain size, density, texture (i.e. grain envelope shape) and reverb mix level. The pitch is modulated with an audio signal from Ripples BP2 output. However, since the pitch is set "per grain", the result is more akin to a S&H pitch modulation than audio rate FM.

Thanks for watching!

The series overview spreadsheet can be found here:"

3 Modules #2: uScale, Brain Seed, Branches

Published on Apr 17, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

"This is probably the silliest three module combination I can put together: none of these modules produce any kind of signal on their own, and even with external input they're not really meant to produce sound. (Patch notes below)

Patch #1:
Noise tools generates an audio rate pulse wave, which feeds into Branches. Branches produces two signals from this input: a pulse wave at an octave below the input (ch. 1) and a sporadic series of triggers (ch. 2).

The pulse wave is then fed into the slew limter, as a basic low pass filter to smooth it out a little. It then passes to the uScale V/oct, which functions as a kind of bit crusher (disabling steps leads to a lower "bit depth"). The output from uScale is the audio signal we hear.

The triggers from Branches are used to step through a sequence of random values on the Brain Seed. These values are then sent to the uScale shift input, which causes the audio signal to sputter and jump around to different pitches and tones.

Patch #2:
I actually made this one first, but it felt a bit "cheaty" because of the heavy use of the shimmer reverb and filtering via the noise tools slew limiter, and also the uScale didn't really contribute much. Anyways, here's what's up:

Once again, the noise tools provides an audio rate pulse wave. Branches and Brain Seed are used to divide the signal into different sub-harmonics, and uScale is used to bitcrush one of the waves.

These three drones are mixed together in the Quadratt, which is what I'm tweaking most of the time, and then the sum is sent through the slew limiter/LPF on its way out to the Big Sky reverb."

Casio HT 700 demotrack

Published on Apr 25, 2017 ikworgek

"Demotrack of the casio HT-700 a lovely little keyboard.
all sounds from the casio
some reverb and delay


beat with all moogerfoogers at once in parallel 2017 04 25

Published on Apr 25, 2017 NomNomChomsky

"How does a beat sound going through all moogerfoogers!? This is how. Same kick, snare and hihat samples into RingMod MF102, 12 stager phaser MF103, Analog Delay MF104z, Murf MF108M, Freqbox 107.
Download the loop and each track on my soundcloud here:-
I don't have an MF 101, but I'm using the lowpass filter on the Voyager RME instead."

Vako Orchestron VIOLIN Disc Demo - KRAFTWERK - Franz Schubert

Published on Apr 25, 2017 optigandotcom

"I transcribed the Vako Orchestron VIOLIN disc parts from Kraftwerk's 'Franz Schubert' and put together a little demo / cover version. I cheated and used samples instead of learning the parts and playing them live on a real Orchestron, but hey, life's too short. You can get my Orchestron samples here:

I put this together in Cubase. The synth sequence is played by Retrologue. I didn't spend too much time dialing in the sound just right, but it's close enough.

The other thing I didn't take the time to do is emulate the dynamics of Kraftwerk's original Orchestron performance. I'm assuming this was Ralf just improvising, most likely with a foot pedal to control volume, because there's lots of dynamic volume stuff happening that isn't possible by just playing an Orchestron straight. It would have taken a lot of time to re-create all these dynamics, so I didn't.

I also decided to omit the "Endless Endless" coda.

The disc image you see is our own remastered version of the original Orchestron Violin disc. These are also periodically available, if you happen to have an Orchestron to play one in:"

Dave Smith Tempest 808 Style Snare Tutorial

Published on Apr 25, 2017 AdamSchneiderMusic

"My third tutorial video for the DSI Tempest, focusing on how to create an 808 style snare sound using Osc 3 for digital noise, Osc 4 as a sine tone, and Osc 1 for a little bit of analog noise."

All parts here.

Prophet 6 - Dave Smith Instruments Step Sequencer

Published on Mar 12, 2016 Mistaken For Robots

"The 80's flows from the Prophet!!!"

Sequential Prophet-6 Presets 400-449

Published on Apr 24, 2017 Pure Ambient Drone

"Sequential Circuits Prophet 6 Synthesizer Patches, Sounds and Presets Demo, Patches 400-449.

Part 7 of me playing the Dave Smith Instruments Prophet 6 module with no external effects. Played notes up and down to give an idea of what each patch sounds like."

All parts here.

Lavender Announces European Spring Shows

I am happy to announce MATRIXSYNTH member Lavender will be performing in Europe this Spring. See this previous post for his latest video for Carved Intentions.

"Lavender announces European Spring Shows:

04/23 ............ Humboldthain Club ......… Berlin
04/26 ………...... Niko Matcha ......…….. Brussels *
04/28 …............... Spektrum .................. Berlin
04/29 ….…........ Modularsquare ............ Paris


Transforming field recordings into new sound objects and re-purposing them in the context of depth of field and spatial placement. A meditative performance using a minimal modular synthesizer setup and video projections.

* Brussels set will be followed by a collaborative techno set w/ CADENC (Belgium)"

'Breakfast of Champions' - ngarjuna

Published on Apr 25, 2017 ngarjuna
What's your secret?

"Modular Jam 75 - 'Breakfast of Champions'
Produced by ngarjuna
© 2017 Acid Coast

Patch Notes:
Live - the following were all put down live together
Olympia Noise Co. Patterning

SMR Patch
Two ten-step custom scales, one on each side of the ring
Sequencer One CV1 is providing the positional voltage which controls the rotation CV IN (and hence the main melody)
Into the Zvex Instant Lofi Junky modulated dynamically via uVCA (opened by SQR LFO from Octo) by PEG OR
*in this case I needed the SQR to turn on and off just before the beat divisions and learned what an AMAZING unquantized LFO the Octocontroller is as well

Modular Smooth Lead
Pitch CV and Gate from the Avalon sequencer
Pitch to Intellijel Rubicon and Pittsburgh Oscillator
PG VCO getting Octocontroller LFO to PWM and a bit of Rubicon TRI to FM
Rubicon getting sync modulation from Pittsburgh Oscillator
Rubicon Sigmoid and Pittsburgh Square Into the Omsonic RNF
Omsonic CV'd by Wogglebug STEPPED, Maths and an Octocontroller LFO (to V/oct)
Gate driving Make Noise Maths and AJH Minimod Contour Generator

Plucky Lead
2 channels of Ornament and Crime in Quantermain: Turing Mode
Handing out pitch to the STO and Sputnik 2
Sputnik2 going into Timbre modulated by PEG1 into Optomix1
STO shape modulated by Wogglebug SMOOTH into Optomix2
Maths ch4 triggered by Octo opening Optomix2
Dual ADSR ch1 triggered by a different Octo opening Optomix1
Octo gates also striking Optomix (both channels)

Abstrakt Instruments Avalon

Added later were:
Acid Voices
Other stuff"

NOVATION PEAK Demo (no talking)

Published on Apr 24, 2017 Bonedo

"Novation Peak - Sound Demo of Novation's Hybrid Digital Analog Synthesizer."

Buchla Music Easel Live Set with Program Cards

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Ritchie DeCarlo

"Made a few presets with the program cards (Thanx to Todd Barton)
Contemplating a live set with just the Easel.
Still feels like other synths should get involved......"

Improvisation in The Ballroom, Smallcleugh Mine Update

See the update in this post. Fascinating stuff!

Two More Demos of the Upcoming CS80 Rack, Deckard's Dream

These spotted and sent in via Soviet Space Child.

Superbooth 2017 - Frap Tools Sapel & Fumana

Published on Apr 25, 2017 DivKidVideo

"Simone from Frap Tools gave us a great walk through the Sapel random generator. Lots of random, lots of control and lots of output. The new module is Fumana which sounds great but I thought it was another 16 band fixed filter bank. However, it's a 32 band filter bank as there's a second hidden layer you can input to which allows full 16 band vocoding. Nice!"

via Frap Tools

"fumana / ˈfuma:na / s.f. [dialect of Modena, from fūmus, ‘smoke’] – ‘fog’. Like spectres use to lie into the thick fog (which the Modenese countrisyde is pretty rich of), so many spectral capabilities and functions do within the thick bands of the ‘fumana’.
The FUMANA is an all analog dual filter bank with various control to access dynamically these bands. Each filter bank is composed of an array of 16 independent 48dB/oct bandpass filters. Having two identical filter arrays, allows you to use one of those for spectral analysis (of a modulator signal) and the other for spectral re-synthesis (of the main signal). Each array is sub-grouped in odd and even bands (numbering these increasingly from 1 to 16 from left to right). It is possible to apply different signal to odd and even bands, both for main and/or modulator arrays. This, together with the 16 envelope followers connected to each band of the modulator filterbank, and the 16 VCA connected to each band of the main filterbank, allows the FUMANA to perform a single 16 bands or a dual 8 bands analog spectral transfer.

While the upper section provide access to each main filter’s direct output, the lower section has 4 voltage controllable parameters to manage two independent functions for further spectral editing: tilt and scan.

The tilt, as the name suggest, tilts the spectrum, adding and subtracting amplitude to the 16 bands, emphasizing lower or high bands, and attenuating high or lower bands: this is managed only with the green potentiometer.

The scan, instead, works with three parameters: peak/notch, band selector and width. Like in a parametric equalizer, where is possible to set peak/notch gain, frequency and slope, the FUMANA uses three parameters to set which is the center band to perform this manipulation, then if that band should be emphasized or attenuated, and how this action is extended to nearby bands.

In addition to the 16 bandpass outputs, there are other 4 outputs provided: the all bands output, the all envelope followers output, the odd bands and the even bands output. These two have the options to be inverted in phase with two switches, in order to obtain even more combination when summed together, maybe/also with the “all bands output”, using, for example the 333 module.

Since a spectral transfer tool may be used as a “vocoder-like-effect”, the FUMANA provides an input for an external noise which may be used for unvoiced (fricative/sibilants) sounds as words containing or starting with s, f, z, ch and other fricative sounds ([s] [z] [ʃ] [tʃ] [dʒ] [ts] [ʂ] [f] [v] [ɸ] [θ] [ʒ] etc etc)."

Reactable Releases Steps - MIDI Sequencer for iPhone

iTunes: STEPS - MIDI Sequencer by Reactable - Reactable Systems SL

"Steps by Reactable is a small yet powerful MIDI sequencer that allows you to create complex rhythmic patterns in a surprising new way. Forget piano rolls and experiment with Steps’ inspiring dials. With Steps you can control any MIDI compatible app, send MIDI over network to your laptop or any other compatible device, and even synchronize external hardware analog synths such as Korg Volcas or Pocket Operators via an audio cable.


- Plug and play MIDI-out system automatically sends to all available MIDI input ports and our own virtual port.

- Connect your iDevice with an external MIDI interface and control MIDI hardware.

- Synchronize external hardware synths such as Korg Volca or Pocket operators via the audio output.

- A carefully designed user interface that allows you to quickly switch between performance to editing mode.

- Play together with Ableton Link and sync multiple apps and devices over WiFi.

- Global Swing function (50% - 75%) - applied automatically to eight and sixteenth notes.

- Save and recall sequences, seamlessly during playback.

- Global bpm control ranging from 20 to 999 BPM.

- Global Gate level allows global control of note duration.

- Global MIDI velocity control.

- Global Glide function applies pitch bend to small distances between adjacent steps (if the synth being controlled supports pitch bend).

- Global transpose ribbon allows for easy transposition of the entire pattern.

- Step pitch preview function (available while transport is stopped)."

Blocs Wave | Make & Record Music. Now a free download for iPhone & iPad

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Blocs x Novation - Launchpad & Blocs Wave for iOS

Getting started video below.

"Get the app free now:

Artist: MyPandaShallfly

Suren Seneviratne has established himself as a dynamic and unique artist within the electronic scene – having graduated from the world-famous Fine Art degree course at Goldsmiths University, as My Panda Shall Fly he went on to release his debut EP on Dam Mantle’s Growing Records (℅ Wichita Recordings). This saw support from the likes of Pitchfork, Dazed Digital, Clash Magazine, XLR8R, The Fader, The Independent and Dummy Mag.

Following that came remix invitations from the The Weeknd, Fink, Psychologist, Terror Danjah and Little Boots, and more recently he’s appeared on Rinse FM, NTS, played at the BBC Hackney Weekender, Outlook and Boiler Room, and released “Let’s Vibrate Together” – a collaborative 12″ with Benjamin Jackson on Five Easy Pieces that quickly sold out in Rough Trade/Boomkat."

Blocs Wave | Getting Started Overview

Blocs Wave | Getting Started Overview from Blocs for iOS on Vimeo.

Modular Drum and Bass

Modular Drum and Bass from Rodrigonzalez on Vimeo.

Video: BassShapes App for MacOs

Main Synth: Moog Mother32

Background Synth: Mutable Instruments Braids

Drums: Ableton

Boards of Canada sound on Arp Odyssey | Vox Humana sound on Roland JP-8000

Published on Jan 30, 2016 Mistaken For Robots

"Having a go at making a BoC sound on my Korg Arp Odyssey analogue synth"

And super short but nevertheless cool:

Vox Humana sound on Roland JP-8000

Published on Apr 3, 2016 Mistaken For Robots

"Recreation of Polymoog preset Vox Humana on Roland JP-8000"

STEIM Cracklebox | 2005 edition #287 of 500

via this auction

"From the STEIM Website, by way of introduction:

'Welcome to the world of Crackle.

Michel Waisvisz designed and built the very first Crackle circuit in the late 60ties together with Geert Hamelberg. This was simply a wooden frame with some print boards mounted rear-side up to be touched by the fingers. The circuits were ‘malformed’ oscillators that were very unstable and highly sensitive for finger connections. The Crackle circuit, as well as the powered speaker box, were battery powered to avoid hum and repeated exposure to dangerous electrical shocks. In 1973 Michel Waisvisz joined STEIM and started working on more touchable electronic instruments together with Peter Beyls, Nico Bes and Johan den Biggelaar, and by the mid-seventies they had created both the ‘Crackle Synth’ and the ‘Crackle Box’...'

I bought this item from STEIM in 2005 when I was in a band, doing this kind of stuff. I'm not anymore but I do need cash to pay the rent, so I'm going to let this delightful and crazy machine go to someone who'll use it for what it's meant for, which is making weird electronic music.

The cracklebox is a beautiful thing. The wooden case feels amazing in the hand, and this example, mine, is in perfect nick. I treasured it and kept it safe from knocks or scratches. The playing surface is so tactical. Anyone who sees it, has to touch it. And anyone who touches it, smiles when they do as it responds to every nuance of movement. Now, I used to mic this up and run it through an ableton channel - I've seen folks add an audio out for a 100% wet line, I always meant to do that but never did, it worked just fine in the air - this cracklebox is 100% original and unmodded. It's lovely the way it's meant to be.

It's also 100% functional. It takes a little learning what that means; the cracklebox is a strange beast, but she'll reward your investment and give you back more than you give.

If you're looking for a way to set yourself apart, then this box will turn heads wherever and however you play it."

Sonica #269 of 650 by Frank Eventoff of Serge 1979

via this auction

"Much has been written online about this unique, rare, beautiful piece of electronic music history.

Sonica #257 sold at Bonhams auction house in 2011 for £2,671. Thats a lot, but like a Minimoog, this instrument is WORTH that much money. It's so beautiful.

I'm not going to copy and paste other people's words here. OK, just two links:

Some Sonica Info (

History of the Sonica ("

And of course, check out the Sonica label at the bottom of this post for more.

Hexinverter Orbitals Eurorack Synthesizer Module

via this auction

"Orbitals is a 42HP Eurorack analogue step-sequencer that offers a lot of useful features in a very playable and affordable sequencing package. Of all the features offered by this design, perhaps the most interesting are bipolar output modes as well as the voltage controlled step select features.

There are two different modes of voltage controlled step addressing: In both modes, the step is selected from a 0-4V control voltage (in 8 step mode, each step is in 0.5V increments. 0.25V increments for 16 steps then, of course):

Mode 1: Voltage Control (clocked)

In this mode, it works somewhat like a sample and hold. That is, the step only updates and generates a new gate/CV based on the input control voltage each time a new clock pulse is received. That is, the voltage control of steps is slaved to the clock source you input. If the voltage stays the same, but it keeps clocking, you'll get the same CV and gate each time the clock input pulses.

Mode 2: Voltage Control (quantized)

This mode differs from mode 1 in that it is not clock-driven. The clock input for the sequencer basically does nothing in this mode, and instead, each time the input CV steps into a new voltage increment, the sequencer will go to the relative step and generate a new CV and gate for that step. In this way, it basically derives a clock from whatever CV source you input. If you are using a ramp wave to generate a linear sequence with CV, and you increase the frequency of the ramp wave LFO, your sequence speed will automatically follow along with it."

Roland SH-7

via this auction

Jen SX1000 Analogue Mono Synth

via this auction

"Very good working and cosmetic condition for age. Two owners in it's history, comes with original program patch sheets."

Blue Roland SH-101 Synthesiser

via this auction

Harmonics. MOS-LAB Model 15 and Moog Sub 37.

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Resonant Anvil

"The filter of the Sub 37 makes most of the changes."

Superbooth 2017 - Expert Sleepers FH 1 Disting & General CV

Published on Apr 25, 2017 DivKidVideo

Superbooth 2017 Round Tour

Published on Apr 25, 2017 AMAZONAmag

"Just follow us and get some impressions of the Superbooth 17 April 2017 in Berlin."

Yamaha CS60, Yamaha CS70M and Yamaha CS80...

Published on Apr 25, 2017 noddyspuncture

"Three Yamaha mega poly synths... CS60, 70M and 80... all together now..!"

Yamaha CS60, Yamaha CS70M and Yamaha CS80... #2

Published on Apr 25, 2017

"The 3 Yamaha mega poly synths... CS60, 70M and 80... this time played sat the same time...."

Superbooth 2017 SHERMAN Filterbank 2 Compact Portable Mini Model

Published on Apr 25, 2017 MusicStoreTV

"Mr. Herman has shrunk his Filterbox."

Modular Synth - Krautrock-ish

Published on Apr 25, 2017 isvisible / isinvisible

"A new Krautrock-ish track, again.

Drums: Syncussion DRM1 & a couple of Ladik D-333's
Bass: Mutable Instruments - Braids
Bass: WMD - PDO
Drone & Melody: Doepfer - A-110 & Neutron Sound - Orgone Accumulator
Plucky Type Sounds: Livewire - AFG
Short Rhythmic Stabby Things - Cylonix / Intellijel - Cyclebox II"

Superbooth 2017 - Ornament & Crime

Published on Apr 25, 2017 DivKidVideo

"Max one part of the trio behind the open source Ornament & Crime module gave us some history of the module and a quick introduction to the new chord sequencer."

Superbooth 2017 - Zetaohm FLXS1

Published on Apr 25, 2017 DivKidVideo

"Tenkai from Zetaohm gave us a great demo of the FLXS1 sequencer at Superbooth 2017. Arpeggios per step, multi channel, modulation outputs etc very powerful. The kickstart is here for those that want to support it and grab a cheaper early bird version -"

Doepfer Dark Energy 2 & Boss DD3 Digital Delay

Published on Apr 25, 2017 3rdStoreyChemist

"Dark Energy 2 synthesiser through the DD3. The DD3 has been placed on an aux send.

No further processing except normalisation."

Noise Engineering - Basimilus Iteritas Alter

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Rubadub Music & Technology

"Rubadub's synth geezer, Aleks, takes a quick look at the Basimilus Iteritas Alter, an insanely powerful eurorack drum voice module from Noise Engineering."

Superbooth 2017: New Modular Analog Percussive Synthesizer (CG Products)

Published on Apr 25, 2017 SYNTH ANATOMY

See the CG Products label directly below for more.

Superbooth 2017 - Noise Engineering Cursus Iteritas & Loquelic Iteritas Percido

Published on Apr 25, 2017 DivKidVideo

"Sweet baby Jesus these two sound good! The Basimilus Iteritias and Loquelic Iteritas had blew me away when they came out but the new Cursus Iteritias and Loquelic Iteritias Percido from Noise Engineering sounds killer too."

Superbooth 2017 - Verbos Electronics Bark Filter

Published on Apr 25, 2017 DivKidVideo

Superbooth 2017 T-REX Replicator Tape Delay Eurorack Module (english)

Published on Apr 25, 2017 MusicStoreTV

Superbooth 2017 BEHRINGER Model D Analog Synthesizer First Look

Published on Apr 25, 2017 MusicStoreTV

"The Minimoog Model D - clone for 399 USD"

Superbooth 2017 BASTL Instruments Kong, Thyme, Soft Pop, Bit Ranger, Dude

Published on Apr 25, 2017 MusicStoreTV

"Lots of wonderful electronic instruments from BASTL."

Superbooth 17: Impressions, Conclusion, Vlog

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Ralph Baumgartl

"My good friend Bernie and me have spent some fascinating days at Superbooth 2017 in Berlin. In this Vlog we talk about our experience at this amazing Synthesizer trade show. There are so many outstanding things to see and so many amazing people to meet. My personal gear highlights at Superbooth 2017 are the new Minimoog Model D reissue, the new RT-1701 EFFEXX Multi FX processor from Radikal Technologies and the CRAFTsynth from Modal Electronics.
This video is bilingual, Bernie is talking in German and I am talking in English. But nevertheless I am sure that Synth lovers will get our message ;-)"

Superbooth 2017: Pittsburgh Modular Double Helix Oscillator

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Ask.Audio

"At Superbooth 2017 the good folk at Pittsburgh Modular give us an in-depth tour of their excellent Lifeforms Double Helix Oscillator for eurorack, which does a lot more than a simple oscillator is capable of."

Superbooth 2017: Dreadbox Abyss

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Ask.Audio

"We met Yannis at Superbooth 2017 who gave us a great demo and overview of their new 4-voice analog synthesizer. Lovely stuff indeed!"

Superbooth 2017: Elektron Digitakt

Published on Apr 25, 2017 Ask.Audio

"The Elektron Digitakt is one awesome digital 8-voice drum sampler and sequencer. One of the stars of Superbooth 2017, Cenk gives us a great overview and demo."

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