MATRIXSYNTH: Monday, May 15, 2017

Monday, May 15, 2017

New tbar Eurorack Module from Cat Full of GHOSTS

Published on May 2, 2017

"The tbar is a unique unipolar/bipolar variable voltage source and attenuator made by Cat Full of Ghosts Electronics. It boasts beautiful white and gold pcb front panel, walnut stained bamboo ply and matte black bolts. The tbar also boasts a visual feedback led under the + sign so you can monitor the cv you are passing in attenuator mode.

This module will make you feel like you are flying a space ship. It has a smooth motion a firm throttle and solid construction.

The tbar allows for more nuanced control of cv parameters. Why twiddle a cramped knob when you can slide a tbar? It is great for performance and studio use.

The output can be configured to: 0-5v, -5-5v, 0-9v or -5-9v via jumpers on the underside.

This unit is 6hp wide and 51mm deep. It draws current relative to what it is driving but you can expect around 40-50ma on the +12 and -12 rails."

Available at Patchcable and Turramurra Music.

Spectralis 2 groovebox demo track

Published on May 15, 2017 MIDERA

"This track is made using only the Spectralis 2, with reverb from Eventide Space."

SDS Digital - New WiFiMIDI with touchOSC, 2 SDS_VCO's, and a Reflex delay

Published on May 15, 2017 freshnelly

"Here's some basic testing of the oh-so-smooth 4096 steps of CV goodness when the WiFiMIDI connects to touchOSC on an iPhone. I just may keep all these WiFiMIDI's myself!
8 touchOSC fader-type controls can be assigned to the jacks.(plus a few others for internal stuff, clock etc) touchOSC push notes? that's a whole different thing!"

Also see Wifi MIDI for Your Modular from SDS Digital

Future Retro Transient Kicks*Hats*Snares Presets

Published on May 15, 2017 FutureRetroSynths

"Here the same Gate/CV/Accent signals are sent from the Orb sequencer to two Transient modules. One plays the kicks, the other the hi-hats. Then a short example of variations for snare rolls."

Friday Evening Sequence (ARP Odyssey)

Published on May 12, 2017 Sven Blau

"Checking my new Korg ARP Odyssey for the first time, with a moody and simple sequence. My Korg Minilogue plays the lush pad in the background.
All triggered from the Arturia Keystep."

And another similar piece featuring different gear:

Polyrhythmic Improvisation in C-Minor // Berlin School (Monotribe, microBrute, MS20 mini ...)

Published on Oct 8, 2016 Sven Blau

"Small Saturday Night Jam - Berlin School // Used Instruments: Arturia Beatstep Pro, microBrute - Korg Monotribe, Ms20 mini, microKorg - MFB 522"

'Merry Jane' - ngarjuna

Published on May 15, 2017 ngarjuna

Modular Jam 76 - 'Merry Jane'
Produced by ngarjuna
© 2017 Acid Coast

Patch Notes:
Arturia iSpark & Spark
Rayzoon Jamstix/Jamcussion

Acid Voice
Abstrakt Instruments Avalon
Proco Rat


Modular Lead
Octocontroller S&H CV into o_C Quantermain
driving Rubicon PWM'd by Octocontroller LFO
dynamically FM'd by Pittsburgh Oscillator (enveloped by Sequencer One)
Sigmoid and Pulse into Omsonic RNF
modulated by Octocontroller LFO, PEG OR and Maths envelope triggered by Wogglebug BURST
Into uVCA enveloped by ADSR
Into Polaris Phaser modulated by Octocontroller LFO and ADSR

Octocontroller Gates into SMR
Custom scales
Rotation controlled by Sequencer One CV

Elektron Analog Four Demo

Published on May 15, 2017 Perfect Circuit Audio

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

"Using all 4 voices of the Elektron Analog Four to make a complete track. Tracks 1 and 2 have p-locked kick and hits along with some melodies. The third track is the bass line and track 4 is used for background melodies. Also using the on board chorus feedback to mess with first and second track.

The Elektron Analog Four is a powerhouse born of the analog and digital audio worlds colliding. Creating analog sounds are a breeze to create with the Analog Four. Program your patches with precision, or design sounds as you go along making your tracks. With a huge sonic range, entire songs can be created entirely from scratch with the Analog Four.

Available here:"

Oberheim OB 1 Analogue Synthesiser - Number 59

via this auction

"All features work fully and have been properly checked.

Programmer and patch memory are all fully working.

Very little wear and minor marking from normal use.


This is the all discrete version which means it uses discrete circuitry for the VCO's, VCF, VCA and for the Envelope Generators, similar to the SEM modules.

Later OB-1's replaced this circuit with CEM 3310 IC's, the same as the OB-X. Apparently only 200 were made and this is number 59.

Twin discrete VCO's with great features such as continuously variable wave shapes and sub oscillators, cross modulation, switchable 2 or 4 pole filter.

It is the first truly programmable synth with 8 non volatile patch memories, all the black topped knobs indicate that their values can be stored into memory and the grey topped knobs are the ones that can't."

Vintage Sequential Circuits Prophet 2002 Digital Sampler

via this auction

Pics of the inside below.

Transient Tweak'a Preset

Published on May 15, 2017 FutureRetroSynths

"Exploring the Rhythm possibilities of a single preset."

Roland Jupiter 8 Demo personal patches by Rüdiger Gaenslen

Published on May 15, 2017 Rüdiger Gaenslen

"Some of my personal patches. No FX, no EQ, no mastering."

DSP Synthesizers Polytron37 Second Run

Published on May 15, 2017 Jan Ostman

"Deep PWM Strings.
Still no filter."

Ritm 2 After repair/midify/mod Meets Polivoks by Alexey Taber

Published on May 15, 2017 Alexey Taber

Korg Poly 800 vcf and chorus mod

Published on May 15, 2017 Alexey Taber


Published on May 15, 2017 Resonant Anvil

"The lower Sub 37 runs the 48-step sequence. It provides no audio input."


Published on May 15, 2017 once upon a synth

"I went to visit the Dave Smith Instruments office here in San Francisco and recorded a little tour. I'll show you guys Dave Smith's office as well as the showroom. There are lots of awesome synths in there vintage and new. The brand new Prophet Rev 2, Prophet 6, OB-6 as well as Sequential classics like the Prophet 10, Prophet T-8, Prophet 5 and modern classics like the Evolver and Polyevolver. In this video I'll just show you the tour and I'll post demos of the Rev2, Prophet 6 and OB-6 in future videos so stay tuned for those!

The songs used in the video are from my Citizen Park project:"

PORTABELLA modular - Soliloquy II

Published on May 15, 2017 Pin Electronics & Ramcur

"PORTABELLA & SpaceDesigner"

Tips on Prototyping w/ Andrew Kilpatrick of Kilpatrick Audio

Published on May 15, 2017 elmoo

"Learn some ideas on how to keep track of parts while building complex prototypes."

The new device featured of course is the Tungsten revealed at this year's SUPERBOOTH.

Moogfest Announces Suzanne Ciani as the 2017 Moog Innovation Award Recipient

via Moog Music

"The 2017 Moog Innovation Award will be presented to Suzanne Ciani at Moogfest 2017, the annual music, art and technology festival in Durham, North Carolina. This award recognizes her 45 plus years of genre-defying work that exemplifies the bold, innovative spirit of Bob Moog. Past recipients include visionary artists like Gary Numan, Devo, Brian Eno, Bernie Worrell, and Thomas Dolby, and synth designers like Herb Deutsch.

Ciani, the first woman to receive the award, superseded many of her male contemporaries as a synthesist, sound designer, and composer. Well known as an early protege and long-time devotee of Don Buchla, and a friend of Bob Moog, her use of synthesizers created entirely new sounds that opened minds around the globe to electronic music as a valid form of expression. She is a five-time Grammy nominated composer and the first woman to score a Hollywood film. Her work has been featured in countless commercials, video games, and feature films.

Today, Ciani continues to inspire generosity, curiosity, and experimentation for a resurgent, multi-generational community of synth-enthusiasts and electronic music fans. Ciani’s 4-hour durational performance at Moogfest 2016 modulated between a rolling quadraphonic soundscape, stories about her early days working in New York, and tips for operating rare Buchla synths while spatializing audio. Ciani returns to Moogfest 2017 to receive the Moog Innovation award, where she will perform and be celebrated in a workshop, featured conversation as well as host a screening of a recently released documentary about her innovative life in electronic music.

Additionally, we are pleased to have more voices added to the choir at Moogfest...

Comedians often are the reflexive lens of culture, giving uplifting commentary to our often complex world. With this spirit in mind, comedian and actor Hannibal Buress will be joining us as the comedic lens and moderator in two conversations: One with the wildly inventive hip-hop producer & lyricist Flying Lotus, and another with psych-pop trio Animal Collective and legendary 1970’s synth pioneers and psych outfit, Syrinx.

Chicago based experimental song stylists Circuit de Yeux will be added to this year’s line-up, bringing her conversely expressionate sense of abstract pop to the Moogfest stage.

About Moogfest
Moogfest is the synthesis of music, art, and technology. Since 2004, Moogfest has brought together artists, futurist thinkers, inventors, entrepreneurs, designers, engineers, scientists, and musicians. By day, Moogfest is a platform for conversation and experimentation. By night, Moogfest presents cutting-edge music in venues throughout the city. This mind-expanding conference attracts creative and technology enthusiasts for three days of participatory programming in Durham, North Carolina. Performing artists include early pioneers in electronic music, alongside pop and avant-garde experimentalists of today.

Ticket information:

Engineer Festival Pass (limited quantity) - $1500
This two-day synth-building workshop, led by Moog engineers, invites a select group of enthusiasts to build their very own unreleased Moog analog synthesizer and sequencer. The hands-on workshop is conducted in two three-hour sessions within the Pop-up Moog production facility. No experience is necessary, but basic soldering knowledge is recommended. Participants in the Engineering workshop also have VIP access for the duration of the event. Priority access to all festival venues for performances and conference programming: conversations, workshops, and installations. Access to exclusive VIP viewing areas and events and gift bag. Complimentary food and drink in select locations. Workshops are available via RSVP. Engineer Festival Pass holders will receive first priority on a limited basis. Pre-Sale Engineer Festival Passes available for a limited time, while supplies last.

Buy here

VIP Festival Pass - $499
VIP access for the duration of the event. Priority access to all festival venues for performances and conference programming: conversations, workshops, and installations. Access to exclusive VIP viewing areas and events and gift bag. Complimentary food and drink in select locations. Workshops are available via RSVP. VIP Festival Pass holders will receive first priority on a limited basis.

Buy here

Festival Pass - $249
General Admission for the duration of the event. Access to all festival venues for performances and conference programming: conversations, workshops, and installations. Workshops are available via RSVP. VIP Festival Pass holders will receive first priority on a limited basis.

Buy here

Payment plans are also available. Simply select 'Monthly Payments with Affirm' as your payment method during checkout. More details are available here."

New miniMO 8-bit Open Source Hardware Modular Synthesizer Platform

Published on May 12, 2017 enveloop

miniMO synth - Amplitude Modulation Generator demo
miniMO synth - Noise Generator demo
miniMO - sequencer and envelope test
miniMO synth - Test
miniMO plays: Bach, Chorale "Ach Gott, Wie Manches Herzeleid"
miniMO synth - Tiny Synth demo
miniMO synth - Sequencer - WIP
miniMO synth - DCO demo

Details in via the creator of miniMO:

"Just wanted to let you know of a modular synthesizer I'm developing, miniMO. It's 8-bit, open-everything, and I've designed both a PCB-based version and a 3D printed version where everything is printed except for the components, including the breadboard (no soldering skills required).

You can take a look at both models here, and here, listen to some demos here, and all the code, designs, and parts are available both through github and thingiverse.

I built miniMO with the aim to make a modular system as affordable as possible, so that people, especially kids, can see what it is about. All the modules have an ATtiny85 at their core, and it is very easy to program them with the Arduino IDE. Also, the modules are all identical: if you have three units, you can program three oscillators, or one oscillator, one LFO and one filter, or any other combination of the available programs. I have already programmed all the (in my opinion) basic synthesis blocks, and I'm actively developing new ones."

Very cool!

Buchla Easel Manual Figures 17 to 19

Published on May 15, 2017 Todd Barton

"Continuing with Part 2 of my series on Allen Strange's manual for the Buchla Easel. Looking at more Program Card patches using the Inverter."

All parts here.

Future Retro Transient triggered with a Microphone and Oscillator

Published on May 15, 2017 FutureRetroSynths

"For fun I hooked up a microphone to a little mixer, then ran the output of the mixer into the Transient's Trig In jack. After adjusting the output level of the mic, why yes you can trigger the Transient sounds with audio such as clapping or snapping your fingers. If that works, why not try talking into the mic? Well at times it is almost intelligible, and would probably sound better mixing the dry signal of my voice with the Transient's output.

And then I test out just how fast the Transient will respond to audio rates using the Oscillator from the XS routed to the Transient's Trig In. Often more interesting if the oscillator is being modulation by some additional source, as I am doing here with the LFO from the XS.

And finally I show it can be fun to take and LFO syncing to our clock, and change the rate of the LFO controlling the mix of voices in the Transient.

I'm sure there are lots of interesting results you will obtain with the Transient being controlled by the plethora of modules you already have in your Eurorack system."

All parts here.

Getting Started with LinnStrument

Published on May 13, 2017 Roger Linn

"Getting started quickly with your new LinnStrument or LinnStrument 128. How to hook it up and play sounds quickly, plus an overview of the panel controls."

Roger Linn LinnStrument

via this auction

Symbolic Sound Kyma Hardware and Software

via this auction

"Dial as deeply as you'd care to with this hardware (Pacarana) and software (license for Kyma7) system. Studio kept, less than a year old. Carefully shipped in original shipping container.

The most powerful sound design workstation on the planet — that’s what Electronic Musician magazine called the Kyma sound design environment. Future Music called it the Holy Grail of sound design. Kyma’s effectiveness arises from its unique set of algorithms, the ease with which you can create endless combinations of those algorithms, and the unprecedented degree of real-time responsive control over the sound parameters.

The Pacarana is a small but powerful multiprocessor computer that sits unobtrusively alongside your Mac or PC and does all the sound synthesis and processing. Like any computer, the function of the Pacarana is defined by its software. Unlike other computers, the Pacarana doesn’t have to run a huge general-purpose operating system with elaborate GUIs and multiple independent processes that can interrupt each other at any time. With the Pacarana, all compute cycles are dedicated to sound; you don’t have to share it with any other tasks.The Pacarana was designed specifically for doing sound computation. At Symbolic Sound, audio signal processing is our first priority and our only priority. When you have a computer dedicated entirely to capturing, processing, and synthesizing sound, you have the luxury of being able to do things right. We don’t cut corners, and you can hear the difference."


via this auction


How to Pack a Keyboard for Shipping

Published on May 15, 2017 Syntaur
Re-Published on May 17, 2017

"Sam shows you how we pack keyboards when we send them off to customers.

Buy the Reverb boxes:

Transportation by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (

Metunar - Multicam Track No. 6 - Modular + Pianet T

Published on May 14, 2017 Metunar

"This time i used an old Hohner Pianet T E-Piano with the Modular Synth and Akai MPC5000."

Synth Fest in France, Nantes June 2nd/3rd/4th 2017

Details in via Lambert Ringlage of Spheric Music who will have some CDs at the event:

When: June 2nd/3rd/4th 2017

Place: "DIX"
Address: 10 place des Garennes in Nantes

There is a chance to test many synthesizers and other equipment, some of them being introduced and explained.

Sebastian Moumon by Mos-Lab will be there, just as Michel Geiss, Frederick Rousseau, Eric Mouquet, Zanov to name a few. Some of them are well known for their work as a musician or technician for Jean-Michel Jarre/Vangelis. Johannes Schmoelling (a member of Tangerine Dream 1980-85) has anounced his coming und will be prepared for autographs and an interview.

There will be a tombola, you can listen and buy electronic CDs and you have a chance to exchange experiences with other artists.
The Synth Fest will be open to everyone who is interested in old equipment as well as new synthesizers.
Demonstrations of vintage keyboards and new technology will be presented on stage during these 3 days.
Concerts are planned for Friday and Saturday evening.
Friday evening at 21 o'clock:
Time Composer / Vika Yermolyeva / Marylou In Time

Saturday evening at 21 o'clock:
Kurtz Mindfields / Deep Forest / Zanov

Further Infos:

Informations about the festival and about hotels etc:"

Carbon Electra: Cinematic Dimensions

A new pack via supporting MATRIXSYNTH member Adam Pietruszko of

"The Cinematic Dimensions expansion for Carbon Electra journeys through ambient cinematic electronica, film sound design and thrilling effects. These timbres have been carefully designed for creating emotive sounds suitable for all styles of productions requiring a level of depth.

Cinematic Dimensions consists of 64 patches with drifting keys, luscious pads, sweet bells and rich bass. The included textures, drones and fx will suit scoring scenes and adding an element of sci-fi, mystery, suspense and drama for your tracks.

Produced by Adam Pietruszko (, specialising in avant-garde cinematic sound design. Audio demo produced by Kanigu.

Be sure to check out the audio demo located in the multimedia player!


13 x Keys
10 x Pads
9 x Textures
7 x Bells
6 x Bass
5 x Sequencers
3 x Drones
3 x Plucks
2 x Perccussion
2 x Lead
4 x FX
System Requirements

Carbon Electra: 1.11 +
Note: Users must update to v1.11 to load the expansion file."

You can find it at Pugin Boutique here.

PO-32: Gesaffelstein - Pursuit [live performance]

Published on May 15, 2017 tubesockor

"Gesaffelstein's 'Pursuit', performed live on a Teenage Engineering PO-32 'Tonic' Pocket Operator .

I tried to be as close as possible to the original, combining both programmed patterns (used up all 16 of them) as well as live playing (used up 15 out of 16 sound slots)."

QMMF-4 for modular EQ timbral sculpting

Published on May 15, 2017 Martin Doudoroff

Pin Park - Krautpark

Published on May 14, 2017

"This particular track is made using 2 X Synthi AKS and VCS3 with TKS. They are all played live and multitrack recorded without later overdubs."


"'Krautpark' is the first single off a debut album from Pin Park. Pin Park are a duo consisting of Maciek Bączyk (Kristen, Robotobibok) and Maciek Polak. Together they explore the nether regions of improvised electronic music mixing influences ranging from Cluster to Boards of Canada.

'We've known each other for years now. We met when Bączyk's synth broke down just before he was supposed to enter the studio with Robotobibok and he was looking for a replacement. I agreed to lend him mine,' recalls Polak. 'But it was only two years ago when we started improvising together,' adds Bączyk. 'Both of us own EMS synths and these are not that common. We didn't set ourselves any goals, the band started by assuming two EMS's are better than one. We plugged them in and the result will soon land in your hands in the form of 'Krautpark' album,' recalls Polak.

'EMS synths have an unique system of connections between counterparts - you can do that by inserting a pin that allows for connections. As well, EMS constructors managed to assemble a perfect set of parts that resulted in a wonderful sound. Thanks to all of this, the Synthi resembles a complete musical instrument, much like a cello', explains Polak. 'I personally enjoy Synthi AKS mainly due to the fact that I'm not what you would call a keyboard player,' adds Bączyk. 'I'm not that interested in being innovative just for the sake of innovation,' he says.

Pin Park's album is named after one of the tracks that recalls the golden age of German electronic music. 'This one seemed pretty obvious although you need to know that our aim is not to create a genre-oriented music. We just turn the knobs and hope for the right energy to arrive. Once everything is in its place, we start recording. But it needs to be mentioned that I feel some kind of affinity for bands such as Cluster, Harmonia and Kraftwerk. I really like the approach Roedelius and Moebius had - living up to the idea of Joseph Beuys 'Every man an artist'. They chose their tools (instruments) and recorded a couple of amazing albums. Their music is really intuitive and void of any false additions. It's just free improvising and pure, surreal psychedelia,' explains Bączyk.

'Krautpark' is a largely improvised album. Mostly, due to the fact that Bączyk and Polak need around 15-20 minutes of playing before learning if the direction they're taking is the right one. 'If it is, we quickly agree on who will be taking the lead role, we turn the volume down and start recording. We usually take one approach, though a multitrack one to facilitate mixing later in the process,' says Bączyk.

Video based on the documentary 'Город за облаками' directed by В. Капитановский edited by"

Roland MKS-70 with Vecoven PWM Mod (OS 4.0), serviced, +M-64C Memory Cart

Uploaded on May 14, 2017

1. Electric Piano patch
2. Custom patch, via MIDI
3. Custom patch with PWM

via this auction

"Upgrades/service list:
* Vecoven OS 4.0 installed (EEPROMs A, B, C)
* Vecoven PWM boards installed
* Power supply recapped
* Battery holder and new battery installed
* Fixed faulty chorus (2x MN3009 IC, 1x 5218 IC)
* Sockets installed for the commonly replaced ICs: 2x 5218, 4x MN3009, 4x MN3101
All-in-all, ~30 hours was invested into this unit.

Unit is fully functional."

Anyware Instruments Minisizer

via this auction

"the worlds smallest fully modular system, fully patchable, easy to integrate into a larger setup or take on the go. learns midi and uses tiny patch cables for patching (see integration with Bastl intruments kastl, bit ranger, and new products). purchased directly from anywhere instruments website and need to downsize my studio and this tiny powerhouse needs a new home. gently used and in perfect condition.
sells for $436.00 new on website
comes with a handful of tiny wires to get you started (more negotiable, of course)"

ROLAND SH-5 Vintage Analog Synthesizer SN 450426

via this auction

Circuit Bent Synth Lot w/ Super Speak & Spell

via this auction

I don't believe I've seen a Super Speak & Spell before.

via the listing: "Toys for a Circuit Bent Project

The speak & spells are untested.

The MT 86 is in rough shape with grime and the lower keys octave doesn't work. The rest including the drums seem to function as should. This is through the power adapter as the battery compartment is corroded and I believe the rom is too? I'm not sure but not guaranteed.

The SA 8 and the China Synth w/ Mic input both seem to be fully functional but not guaranteed so Parts Only, please understand that"

E-mu Morpheus Z-Plane Synthesizer

via this auction

"The E-mu Morpheus was an innovative machine at the time of its release in 1993. The big news was the introduction of its "z-plane" filters, that had the capability of "changing smoothly their function" over time. This translates in superb synth sweeps, sci-fi swoops, alien soundscapes, human voice emulations, and lots more.

The Morpheus contains 8MB of 16-bit samples as the starting points for its sounds. There are 197 (!) filters to choose from, and many of these are truly phenomenal.

There are three banks of 128 sounds, and an optional data card. The hyperpresets allow you to stack or split up to 32 sounds in a patch - very powerful. A bit hidden in the MidiMap there are also 28 effects, including reverb, delay, chorus, phaser and flanger. Other features include three sets of stereo outputs, user definable alternate tuning, and extensive MIDI implementation"

The DIY Diode-Ladderfilter

Published on May 15, 2017 Andreas Remshagen

"A Short Test with my DIY Diode-Ladderfilter playing a Theme of Pink Floyds 'on the run'.
Pink Floyd Used the original EMS - DiodeFilter in this Part. This Filter has a Very own Character and its own Sound.
Thanks to for the Schematics."

3 Modules #7: STO, Ears, Brain Seed

Published on May 15, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

"This one is pretty basic, but uses a neat trick with the STO to create amplitude modulation without the use of a VCA.

Patch notes:
Ears is used as a manual trigger. The gate output (which only fires on extra hard hits) is connected to the Brain Seed, cycling through a random eight step sequence. This sequence is quantized to a minor scale, and sent to STO's V/Oct input.

Ears' envelope output is sent to STO's "shape" input. When this parameter is at 0, the output is a sine wave in opposite phase of the dedicated sine wave output. This means that the two outputs cancel each other out when mixed directly. As Ears' envelope moves the shape parameter, it produces a change in amplitude as well as timbre, because it adds harmonics that aren't cancelled by the sine wave.

I'm using a Strymon Big Sky for some added delay/reverb.

Thanks for watching!"

All parts here.

DAWLESS JAM: Squarp Pyramid, Analog Rytm, Murmux v2 and many more in an eigthies pop song.

Published on May 15, 2017 Rickinger B.

"The Squarp Pyramid is the brain in my dawless setup.

Modular System: Bass (AJH Synth VCO, Pittsburgh Filter, Doepfer A-140, Doepfer A.145, Dreadbox Attenuator, Makenoise Optomix)
Elektron Analog Rytm: Drums
Elektron Analog Four: Lead
Dreadbox murmux v2: Chords theme
Nordlead A1r: Pads and Bells
Moog SubPhatty: Synth

Live recorded in Logic Pro X."

1 TONIC A DAY - - - 3 - - - (Teenage Engineering PO-32 Tonic Jam)

Published on May 15, 2017 Perplex On

"This is a series of very short more or less successfull tryouts with the Teenage Engineering PO-32 Tonic. On the one hand to help me getting to know this little beast better and on the other hand to show you some of its sonic and performance capabilities. Most of the jams do not use the default drumkit but selfmade ones synced from Sonic Charge's Microtonic. Enjoy!"

All parts here.

Future Retro Transient ForeverOn Preset

Published on May 15, 2017 FutureRetroSynths

"This video starts out with the RUOK preset. This preset is entirely randomized, producing a different sound each time a new Trigger is received. The ForeverOn preset is partially randomized with more control over other aspects of the sound. Both of these presets show some of the capabilities for use in "glitch" type music."

Joué & Ableton Live Tutorial

Published on May 15, 2017 play joue

"Discover how to use the Joué in combination with Ableton Live"

0-Coast PGM Pages, pt. 8: Page 7, Calibration

Published on May 15, 2017 MAKEN0ISE

"Video is part of a series to help people learn the 0-COAST MIDI PGM Pages."

All parts here.

OP-1 05-14-17 (Airgonaut)

Published on May 15, 2017 Red Means Recording

"Making a track on the Teenage Engineering OP-1 using Cuckoo's 'C-Mix' preset pack. Modular video synthesis visualizer by Brian Martin aka Jellyfish Nozzle (

Get this track on Bandcamp:
Get Cuckoo's 'C-Mix' Pack:"

Novation Circuit Performance // French House 🦊

Published on May 15, 2017 RemixSample

"My attempt at some Fresh Filtered House on the Novation Circuit.
Did I compress the hell out of this in post? You bet your goddamn ass I did. I also used the 303 patch that Modulation Source created."

Novation Circuit 303 Bass + Supersaw Bandpass Lead Patches Demo

Published on Nov 18, 2016 Modulation Source

"2 Patches for the Circuit.
A 303-like Sound and a Supersaw Bandpass Lead Sound.
They are part of 10 Patches I made for the box,
you can download these here:"

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