MATRIXSYNTH: Sunday, August 20, 2017

Sunday, August 20, 2017

TINRS Tuesday + Qubit Chord - exploration time 1

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Gibran Curtiss

"Just arrived this amazing module called Tuesday.
Really impressive !!
Endless melody creator.
Plug it on one oscillator and have fun !
PS: in this video, sometimes a note seems to be out of tune, but it was my fault: I used an attenuator between modules to control the cv, but without a quantizer.
The notes leaves Tuesday perfect.
The module have a configuration that you can change the transpose options.
Next time no attenuators :-)
In this video the X and Y were used a lot.
The Algo was changed a little :-("

Modal Electronics 002 with Digital I/O FX Board Expansion


"Modal Electronics 002, 12 voice polyphonic hybrid synthesizer, expanded with the digital i/o & fx board.

The synth is a few months old, in perfect working order and estetically, mint condition.

TB-03/Model D - "Lazy Fall Wind"

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Jae Ryan

"I had this pattern and Moog patch ready to go but the camera was dying so I winged something as quickly as possible.
Model D is hitting El Capistan doing normal weird tape delay duties
TB-03 is hitting the Strymon DIG for some stereo width & movement
Both are going through the Strymon Flint with a long 80's verb and a little bit of term applied to it."

Creeping Bass (Novation Circuit Mono Station)

Published on Aug 20, 2017 HardtekStudios

"My first recorded jam with the (still) new Novation Circuit Mono Station. To call this just a bass synth is really underestimating it's power. It does bass really good, but can do a lot of crazy stuff!"

SE-02 - 13:33.333

Published on Aug 20, 2017 StudioElectronics

"SoundCloud copy and a few adds:

One takin' it on the SE-02; capitalizing on some now mysterious and murky, dual-modulation programming technique. I'm sure I'll find it again... well maybe.

Whittled down from 19 Minutes+. Glad that's over with.

Incredibly full-bodied and musical Resonance on this ladder filter, especially after Tim Caswell's latest OS tweaks which cleaned everything up.

Touch of wet, compression, EQ, and limiting.

MSR 8.20.17"

Oberheim OB-12 Keyboard Synthesizer

via this auction

Modal Electronics 001 2 Voice Analog/Hybrid Synthesizer Keyboard

via this auction

Modal Electronics 002R

via this auction

Percussa MIDI MPE Support Details + Module Group #1 List

via the Percussa Kickstarter campaign:

"The past couple of days we worked on a proposal for how the MIDI MPE Support will work in the Percussa SSP. Besides that we also came up with a list of modules for Module Group #1 (= Stretch goal #2). You can find all details below! We're pretty excited about this :-)

We are almost at the first stretch goal, MIDI MPE Support, so please SHARE our update on facebook, twitter, instagram and any other social media channels you use to help us spread the word: EVERYONE wins when more people back the project, because the more stretch goals we reach the more software modules all backers receive. MOAR MODULES!


Quick reminder of how MPE works: an MPE controller (such as a Linnstrument or ROLI Seaboard) sends each note on a seperate MIDI channel. MIDI Channel #1 is a global channel which is used for sending global expression data. So the remaining channels 2-16 are used for notes.

Here is what I suggest for the MIDI MPE Support to be implemented on the Percussa SSP: we make 2 modules, MPE channel and MPE global. You can find the explanation of how the modules work below.

1) The MPE channel module can generate a control (modulation) signal based on the MPE data that is received. The module can be set to only listen to a specific MPE channel (= note).

So if a note is received on channel 5, along with its expression data, the user can use the encoders to “mix” together the data from the note however (s)he wants. If (s)he just wants to use the pitch of the note to generate a pitch signal that can be sent to an LFO, (s)he just turns up the “pitch” encoder to 1.00. If (s)he also wants to use the “glide” data along with pitch, (s)he can turn up the “glide” encoder to 0.50 for example, or whatever value (s)he wants.

Using the +CH and -CH buttons the user can change which channel the MPE channel module is listening to.

When the user is happy with the signal generated it can then be routed to whatever modules the user wants to route to, using the routing system in the synth engine.

The user can create as many of these MPE channel modules as (s)he wants. You can even have multiple modules listening to the same channel, but using the incoming data differently to generate an output (modulation) signal.

This way the MPE data can be used for driving synth voices (traditional use) but it can also be used to control modules in unusual ways.

2) The MPE global module lets you similarly generate modulation signals using incoming MPE data on channel 1. For example, XY data or Slider 1/2/3 or pedal data can be used to generate signals.

The user can have multiple of these modules, potentially using the same data differently to generate different modulation signals which again can be routed to whatever (s)he wants to route to.


advanced modules (2)

sampler module with time stretching: allows you to load a WAV file and play it back looped or one shot, with the ability to change the sample’s pitch or length without affecting the other.
granular processor: an advanced granular processer module with support for different kinds of windows, with control over the spread of the grains, grain length, grain speed, grain pitch, offset, etc.
simple modules (3)

simple delay: a simple delay line to delay signals, mostly useful for signals that are used as control (modulation) signals.
bit crusher: a module to reduce the resolution of signals, for example from 32 bit to 8 bit.
physical modeling membrane: allows you to feed a signal trough a membrane implemented using physical modeling."

via the Percussa Kickstarter campaign:

Prophet 12 Choir and Sawtooth Solo Patches

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Sacred Synthesis

"Alas, this is from my last batch of Prophet 12 demonstrations, and who knows when I will have a Prophet 12 again? It has been a musical joy to play this masterpiece for the past month.

The first section of music contains the best choir patch I was able to design. I'm sure others could improve on it, but for now, this is my one mediocre contribution to the synthetic choir type sound.

In the second section, the Poly Evolver Keyboard provides a string accompaniment, while the soaring sawtooth solo is played on the Prophet 12. This is an immensely important sound for me, and I wanted to test the Prophet 12's ability with it. As a result, I spent a full two hours making one improvisation after another.

Note that all the Prophet 12 demonstrations I've made have used the two pair of output jacks as a means of producing a six-voice stereo sound, including the monophonic Sawtooth patch.

In my opinion, the P12 makes a superb sawtooth solo patch, and it even surpasses the Poly Evolver Keyboard's version of the same sound. With that, the Prophet 12 has officially passed its Music Room exam, and I hope and expect to own one some time in the future.

DSI Prophet 12
DSI Poly Evolver Keyboard
DSI Poly Evolver Rack

DSI Evolver Desktop
Hammond XPK 200L Pedalboard

Lexicon MX300

Performed live and recorded directly to a Tascam CD-RW900 Mk II.


Hohner Bass 3 Vintage Synthesizer SN 815506

via this auction

Yamaha TG33 Tone Generator Vector Synthesizer

via this auction

Update: auction link fixed.

Modular : Fun with SynthTech E350, E440, and Friends

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Mike Thomas

"Not really a complete musical piece -- more of an experimental romp with a patch I set up with the E350 and E440 as the centerpieces and Qu-Bit Chance and Disting as the "drivers".

Experimenting with a patch such as this is where most of my musical ideas come from. Not sure this one will become anything, but it was sure fun to play with.

Patch Notes
The E350's XY and Z outputs are mixed, and the resulting mix is split to two different processing routes.

One route goes through Warps, then Streams (into a vactrol channel, over to a limiter/compressor channel), and on to 2hp Delay and Verb, then to final mix.

The other route goes through the E440, and on to Clouds and then final mix. There is no envelope/VCA in this route.

Lots o' modulation provided by Chance. Its various random outputs are used to modulate Warps algorithm and timbre, and to modulate the E350's wave selections, and the E440's frequency cutoff.

Chance's clock drives Disting in Turing Machine mode, which feeds E350's v/oct input.

I provide overarching modulation and just have some fun experimenting."

Dave Smith Prophet Rev2

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Buchla info


1. Vangelian style
2. Thriller patch
3. split patch,arps+seq
4. Angel Pad

Casio CZ Waveforms & CZ 1 v Virtual CZ Comparison Videos

Casio CZ Waveforms

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Paddy C

"Detailed look at the Wave forms & Oscillators on a Casio CZ Phase Distortion Synth. * Basic waves plus 25 Mixed waves available, hear them all."

CZ 1 v Virtual CZ

Published on Aug 3, 2017 Paddy C

"Comparing a Casio CZ1 Phase distortion Synth to the Virtual CZ plugin."

Frap Tools SAPÈL demo

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Learning Modular

"This is a 2-minute demo of running the SAPÈL through its paces to add lots of variation to a simple arpeggio. I use three different sections of it, adding octave jumps to the second VCO, changing which vocal formant is being used, and slowly varying the main filter cutoff. I then use one knob to bias all three together toward low or high voltages, and play with randomly skipped gates to the filter's envelope.

I'm working on a set of more detailed videos on using the SAPÈL on August 31, but I thought this excerpt (the first 2 minutes of the first video) will give you a taste for what the module can do."

Sequential Circuits Multi-Trak 6 Voice Analog MIDI Synthesizer SN 00183

via this auction

Korg MS-20m as external effect

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Yunneck

Roland S-760 + 707 + ESQ-1 + Arp Odyssey Jam

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Zachary Berry

"Sampled the ESQ-1 into the S-760 and messed about. 707 is being run through a Korg Monotron Delay"


Published on Aug 18, 2017 djwidow420

via this auction

New Rebel Technology Tonic Eurorack Module

Rebel Technology Tonic: Demo Published on Aug 20, 2017 Rebel Technology

"Demonstrating some of the capabilities of Tonic, the new additive interval sequencer from Rebel Technology."

"Tonic is an analogue 6HP Eurorack module. It has five fixed and one adjustable musical interval. Intervals can be combined for a full chromatic range of four octaves.

Available from Monday 21 August 2017.

Modules used:
Clock: Chronos
Triggers: Stoicheia, Klasmata, Logoi
Sequencer: Tonic
Lead: OWL Modular (Synth Voice patch)
Hats and Kick: OWL Modular (Dual Drum patch)"

via Rebel Technology

Dream Scape Part 8-Bert Anjewierden

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Bert Anjewierden

"Finally the 8th part,i hope you like this electronic music,...
Leads:Minimoog model D,Roland JP-80,Korg Triton TR-61
Pads:Roland XP-30,GEM S-2,
Bass:Roland JP-8000
Sequence:Roland JP-80
Noise:Roland JX-8P"

Roland Jupiter 8

Published on Aug 20, 2017 SyntheticMachines

"An 80ies Synth Pop Multitrack demo made with the Roland Jupiter 8. Drums: LinnDrum.
This demo is typical for the time period in the early 80ies where the Jupiter 8 was known his big analog synths pop sound."

Stray Technologies Blitpronome Monome 64 Clone

via this auction

"Up for auction is a fully built, ready-to-use Monome Sixty Four Clone based on a ThinkGeek Bliptronic 5000 sound toy. The Bliptronic's innards have been removed and replaced with a Bliptronome kit by Stray Technologies. Connected to a PC/Mac, and with the correct drivers installed, the Bliptronome will behave just like a Monome 64. Of course, the build quality is nothing like a real Monome, and it doesn't really feel like one. But then it's much, much cheaper and should be a good starting point into the whole Monome thing.

For driver download and further info see: [link]"

Novation Bass Station Analog Monophonic Synthesizer

via this auction

"Released in 1993, Novation's Bass Station was a pioneer of the analog synth rennaissance - and it still sounds fantastic. It runs on 6 AA batteries, or a standard 9V DC power supply (not included). Can also serve as a compact, battery-powered MIDI controller keyboard.

2x DCO (sawtooth, pulse wave with pulse width modulation)
1x VFC (switchable between 2-pole/12dB and 4-pole/24dB)
1x LFO (triangle, sawtooth, random)
2x ADSR Envelope Generator
1x Pitch Wheel
1x Mod Wheel
7x Patch Memory
MIDI In/Out"

Kawai K5000S Advanced Additive Synthesizer SN 592394

via this auction

"Rare Opportunity: This is the K5000S model with the macro control knobs. It has the expanded memory.
Over 1000 synthesis parameters. Full Fourier additive synthesis with macro control knobs like Even/Odd Harmonic Balance.

Has the double-memory expansion installed allowing use of the latest OS, and providing an extra bank of patch storage. This is an amazing machine with a unique sound. You get, the Kawai K5000S and a power cord. I have no manuals, or additional cables for it. Buyer pays $150.00 for fully insured packing and shipping via the UPS store for this heavy instrument."

Roland SH-1 System 700 VCO VCF Analogue Synth

via this auction

"Fully recapped tested and calibrated by a technician

As i know the osc and filter is from System 700 series

One of the best synths i ever heard

Rare and hard to find all working fine

some small marks but nothing serious

'ROLAND SH1 same but less VCOs (1+sub) but still enough to "model" a good bass! . this was the first roland synthesizer!! it's case is all plastic like the TR808, became rare here in europe..
it has 2 ENVs but the second one is AR-type only (VCO), most other smaller SH only have one ADSR, the VCO has PWM and the typical subOSC that can also work 2 octaves below the main OSC...
the filter is 24dB/oct LPF and a static hpf - thats what the SH and even the Jupiter and juno series kept in it's concept.. it has pink and white noise, later models had white noise only. (exept the sh5 / sys100) - the sh1 also has an envelope follower...'"

Moog Prodigy Synthesizer SN 7216

via this auction

Sequential Circuits Six-Trak synthesizer w/ Operation Manual SN 003276

via this auction

"A Vintage Sequential Circuits Six-Trak Analog Synthesizer with Operation Manual. Synthesizer receives power, and to my knowledge, works properly. 49 keys. Model: 610 Serial # 610-003276. Dated from 1983 based on the publication of the Operation Manual. The Operation Manual has instrument instruction as well as a wiring diagram and play sheets all unused. A little bit of writing on the Factory Program List page.

The wood cabinet shows very minor blemishes on right edge, and a chip on the cabinet on the left side (see pics). Does not affect play."

SIEL MONO Synth Classic Retro Italian analogue mono synth

via this auction

Korg Rhythm 55B KR-55B Vintage Rhythm Box analog Drum Machine SN 397031

via this auction

Roland CR-8000 TR808 engine Analog DRUM MACHINE

via this auction


Preclipse from Noise Jockey on Vimeo.

"Pre-eclipse techno session on a hot Saturday afternoon.

Patch notes, in order of voice appearance: Verbos Harmonic Oscillator Output 6 ring-modulated (via Circuit Abbey Twiggy, bottom channel as ringmod and upper channel as VCA) by Verbos Complex Oscillator A saw wave. Harmonic Oscillator master output drone has Tilt modulated by a rhythmic gate from Pamela’s New Workout and Center modulated by an LFO from Batumi. Acid bassline from Abstrakt Instruments Avalon, which drives the whole patch over DINSync via an ALM D.S.G. into Pamela’s New Workout. Kick drum is my customized Bugbrand DRM-1, hi-hats are the TipTop Hats909 (seen hanging out below the drum rack), additional percussion from the Radio Music (custom metal-on-metal grinding field recording) and Loquelic Iteritas into Bastl Skis; all drum programming done live via the Bastl Knit Rider, and modulated by the Qu-Bit Nano Rand. Drums mixed with SSF Mixmode and distorted by Audio Damage Shapes. West Coast voice comes from the Complex Oscillator, modulated by LFO from Batumi and the Verbos Random Sampling, sequenced by Verbos Voltage Multistage. Envelopes from an Intellijel Quadra, triggered either from the Voltage Multistage or Pamela’s New Workout. Mixed by Sputnik Six Channel Mixer, recorded straight to iPhone via Line6 Sonic Port. No audio post-processing applied."

TTSH- Arp 2600 Clone Industrial Modular Synthesizer Jam

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Maupeh

"Midnight live Industrial/noise jam on my new TTSH (Two Thousand Six Hundred) Mini Meanie.

No sequencer, keys, external clock, or FX to challenge myself and to push the machine.

Headphones/external speakers recommended:)"

Pittsburgh Modular Foundation II

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Brian Schaft

"Doepfer DarkTime sequencer, DarkEnergy and Foundation 2 synth used to make a funky trance song."

Rheyne - Demonstration - Black Octasource

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Rheyne

"A demonstration of an Erica Synths Black Octasource as a sync'd random voltage generator, as well as a view of modulating its phase-shifted outputs."

Roland S-10 old school sampling tutorial/workflow - Free samples download

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Espen Kraft

"Performance of the track 'Ocean Drive - Main theme' 17:47

Todays episode is a review and demo of one of my all time favourite samplers, the budget (of its time) sampler Roland S-10. It has "only" 4.4 secs of total sampling time and it holds only max 4 sounds in its memory at a time. Each of the ABCD slots/banks can hold 1.1 sec of sampling time.

Despite all its limitations it has remarkable many features and a killer arpeggiator as well and the sound on this is incredible, especially at the low end. The 12 bit 30KHz converters give this sampler a low end grit that really is very musical and provides perfect counterpoint to more modern sounds. Its big brother, the S-50 has the same sound and even more sampling time.

The S-10 was one of my first samplers so it holds a special place in my heart and I had lots of fun with it back in the day and even did gigs with it of course as it WAS a pro sampler in its day despite its shortcomings in the memory department.

S-10 manager software can be downloaded here:

A set of my own original samples for the S-10, not obtainable anywhere else on the net can be found here:

Please give me credits if you use those in any commercial way, thanks!

The track "Ocean Drive - Main theme" is recorded with only the S-10 sampler and all the sounds come directly off the S-10. It has been multitracked as the S-10 can only hold 4 sounds in its memory at a time as described above and in the video.

The song can be downloaded through Bandcamp.

My tracks pay homage to all synth.pop acts of the 80'ies like Howard Jones, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, New Order, Thompson Twins, Tears for Fears, Ultravox, OMD, Euryhmics, Duran Duran, Giorgio Moroder, Jean Michel Jarre, Jan Hammer, A-ha and many more.

A use mostly old gear on my tracks and among them Roland Juno 6, Alpha Juno 2, D550 and JX-8P. Korg DW-8000. Roland TR-626 drum machine. Yamaha DX7 and TX802 and drum machine RX11. I use the Novation Mininova as a vocoder on all my tracks. Effects are usually handled by Strymon and TC electronics. Sampling is done on my E-MU ESI-4000, Akai S1000 and Roland S-10."

Korg Sigma demotrack

Published on Aug 20, 2017 ikworgek

"demo track made with the Korg Sigma

all sounds from the Korg

sequencer: Korg SQ-1

solo's played by hand

some reverb and delay



A Night With the Analogue Solutions Fusebox Synthesizer

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Analogue Solutions

"Here's a fun little, one-nighter track using all sounds from the new Analogue Solutions fusebox synthesizer!

All tracks were recorded from the AS fusebox and layered into Logic as they were dialed in. A touch of reverb was used on a couple of the sounds just to position them in the track.

Fusebox is shown here in its horizontal position, but can also stand vertically or be racked.

CAUTION: The Interval Generator AND the Patternator were used in the creation of this track!

Just a sampler of things to come..."

Analogue Solutions Fusebox: Dirty, Filthy Bass Tweaking

Published on Aug 20, 2017

"Wait for it!

OK, a little fun reverse engineering a familiar bass line -- or not! :)

All in good fun, some NIN Closer remixing going on in real-time with the Analogue Solutions Fusebox synth.

This is by no means an attempt at a spot-on reproduction of the Closer bass line, but more a live tweaking and patching session with the new Fusebox synth showing only an inch of its sonic potential.

Fusebox can be as dirty or as clean as you require!

What's going on?

1. Fusebox is having its filter modulated by MIDI key/note velocity (Logic)
2. Fusebox pitch is being controlled via MIDI notes (Logic)
3. Patternator is creating patterns in real-time (intro)
4. Bass sound tweaked live on Fusebox while sampled beat resides on 2nd Logic track
5. Sound is dry without processing, and entirely Fusebox."

Octatrack + Analog Four - Solid convictions (live)

Published on Aug 20, 2017 MrGOFIOvideos

"Just playing a pattern over Elektron machines (Octatrack sampler and Analog Four MK I 4-voice analog synthesizer). After recording, some effects plugins were applied into the sequencer (EQ, compression and panorama expander)."

MFB Tanzmaus & Elektron Analog Four

Published on Aug 20, 2017 3rdStoreyChemist

"Tanzmaus drum machine and Analog Four synthesiser.

MIDI clock from Analog Four to Tanzmaus. Tanzmaus output to Analog Four's audio inputs and effects used.

No further processing except for normalisation."

Moog Minitaur & EHX Deluxe Memory Man

Published on Aug 20, 2017 3rdStoreyChemist

"Minitaur synthesiser through the DMM. Minitaur is sequenced from an Elektron Octatrack.

No further processing except normalisation."

ALM Busy Circuits Dinky's Taiko & Make Noise Telharmonic

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Delta Aquari

"Quick jam with ALM Busy Circuit's Dinky's Taiko and the Make Noise Telharmonic. Been using the Dinky for simple basslines a lot lately, still waiting for my Pamelas New Workout to make it really come alive as a rhytmic drum module.
Acidlab Drumatix and the PICO Drums module by Erica Synths were used for the drums."

VicMod - Sunday Funday

Published on Aug 19, 2017 brassmonkey

"Just some test footage using my new camera at the monthly VicMod meetup group at MESS (Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio)"

Digital Waves Roland JD 800

Published on Aug 19, 2017 100 Things I Do

"This week I thought it was time to take a look at the Roland JD-800 again. One of the most unique synths Roland has made to date. With an original list price of around $3000 back in 1991 when it came out it was the first sign that people were getting sick of presets and the pain of menu diving to create new sounds!

The JD 800 suffers from a few unique gremlins such as the 'Red Keys of Death" (The glue used to secure the key weights degrades over time and leaves a nasty trail of sticky goop and lost key weights!).

Delamination of the keybed connector is also quite common and then with so many digitally scanned sliders they get dirty and the machine can get quiet glitchy.

I have had to deal with each of the above problems over the years to keep this synth alive... which has surprised me due to me not actually using the synth much. The sound is like a Wavestation mashed with a D-50 , no real wave sequencing but you get 108 waves... saw, sine all the way to attack samples of various instruments. The Digital resonant filter adds even more unique flavour. The filter can be quite hard to dial in for the sound you want.

As I have said before I hardly ever use this synth and it is always on the potential chopping block to be sold when I find a new synth of interest :D"

Arturia Matrixbrute New Mode Arpeggiator / Sequencer

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Olivier Briand

"Performance with the Arturia MatrixBrute with the new mode combining arpeggiator and sequencer by Olivier Briand."

Oberheim OB-1 Keyboard Synthesizer With Tauntek Programmer SN 0142

via this auction

"Good Condition and recently gone through by a local tech who also installed the a new

Tauntek programmer with the following updates:

A new MCU-based programmer pcb is now available for the OB-1

I have designed a replacement for the Oberheim programmer with the following features:

1) 64 programs in 8 banks of 8

2) Programs are stored in non-volatile EEPROM. No battery needed.

3) After a program is loaded, only controls that have moved are "live", so patch editing is now possible.

4) Manual mode forces all controls to be "live".

5) Optional (non-volatile setting) periodic flash of current bank selection

6) Optional (non-volatile setting) quantization of coarse freq for oscillator 1 to octaves

7) Comes with 24 pre-programmed patches, which can be over-written later if you chose

8) Smaller pcb mounts on four of the existing standoffs, providing better access to pcb underneath

9) Implemented connectors are the same as original programmer for easy installation

10) All IC's are socketed. All components are through-hole.

11) 20-turn trimpot for easier one-time oscillator tuning adjustment"

Moog Voyager XL Drone lab

Published on Aug 20, 2017 Fuzzo Frizzbeebot

"A set up for drone looping with the Moog Voyager
Real nice simple meditation music making. So far the Rowin twin looper has proven excellent. Just don't hit it to hard with signal leave headroom for the overdub's."

The Singing Kitchen, A Synth Kitchen?

Published on Aug 19, 2017 LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

"A synth kitchen? High Voltage Cooking and Analog Synths, Mixed with food. Its a singing kitchen!
When i was in berlin i Visited Mono Shop. (more videos to come on mono shop!) This is where Kasia Justka Develops The Singing Kitchen which she takes around and cooks food and plays music!

We caught her whilst she was working on it, we got to see the inner workings of the machine and what she plans for the future!

Thanks to Johnny Youth Hymns for filming. More Mono Shop videos on their way! Subscribe to keep updated."

Volca Keys + Blofeld - Berlin School

Published on Aug 19, 2017 Alba Ecstasy

"Inspired by this quiet and refreshing Sunday morning and by the nice words of my friend Sandor, this simple track was born!
A sequence from #VolcaKeys (with reverb from #Clouds and delay from Roland #Demora + receiving tempo from #VolcaFM) and pads from Waldorf #Blofeld (controlled by K-Board Keith McMillen) - that's all!


keybdwizrd - Yamaha Montage Demos

Published on Aug 19, 2017 Michael Walthius

1. keybdwizrd - Montage Demo #2
"Yep, it's another Montage 8 demo. This one features arpeggiators, the "Super Knob", switching scenes, and real-time part tweaking. For the uninitiated, the words at the bottom of the screen are the presets being heard, although they may have been edited from the original factory settings."

2. keybdwizrd - Yamaha Montage Demo #1
"A rather brief demo of the Yamaha Montage 8 synthesizer. This video is somewhat of a test - updates to Mac OS finally required me to get a new camera, use a new video recording process, and learn a new video editor. Tons of fun!"

3. Montage Demo #3
"Sparking FM synth, Spanish guitar, drawbar organ, orchestral strings, FM bass, pop horn section, and a selection of clavinets."

Korg DW-8000 8/19/2017

Published on Aug 19, 2017 SynthMania

"Playing the 1985 Korg DW-8000"

Patch n Tweak

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