MATRIXSYNTH: Thursday, September 7, 2017

Thursday, September 07, 2017

AniModule Guitar In to Modular Synth Patch. STD at Audio Rates Frequency controlled by Guitar

Published on Sep 7, 2017 JRock17991

"Check'em out at
Guitar Patch to AniModule synth. Guitar In to STD (audio rates!) and TrAniModule Speaker Out Distortion. SOB as Phase Shifter. This ain't your Daddy's Overdrive. Great tones and simple patches."

MOOG Source Keyboard Synthesizer SN 1626

via this auction


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Published on Sep 7, 2017 Ariel Raguet

"Shruthi + Korg SQ-1 + Eurorack modules real time Jam


Ariel Raguet

All the sounds comes from Shruthi and Disting MK3 in real time.
CV control from Korg SQ-1 and Ears.
Shruthi multitap delay by Marshall Echohead.
Disting delays are Synthrotek DLY and Synthrotek EKO

Record and Mastering with Goldwave in a Lenovo ThinkPad T430 with a Lexicon Alpha sound interface."

Novation Live // Saytek

Published on Sep 7, 2017 NovationTV

"UK artist Saytek (aka Joseph Keevill) has gathered some serious momentum over the last few years and has become one of the electronic music scene’s most in-demand live acts. On Sunday 3rd September 2017, he took over the Novation Facebook page and live-streamed this blistering, hour-long set of deep techno and tough house grooves, using a myriad of kit including Circuit and Impulse 25."

Waldorf Microwave XT - Fully expanded 30 voice synth with flight case

via this auction

Sequential Circuits Prophet 2002 Rack Mount Sampler

via this auction

"The Prophet 2002 is the rackmount version of the Prophet 2000, which belongs to the "second generation" of samplers which, unlike machines such as the Fairlight CMI and New England Digital Synclavier that came before, cost less than a Maserati. Many of the samplers from this era are considered hybrids, in the sense that sampling was of course done digitally, but the back end was analog. The Prophet 2000 features eight CEM3379s (VCF/VCA/Pan)--one for each voice--and has the distinction of resonance control, which not all samplers of this vintage featured. Though programming from the front panel definitely requires some quality time with the at first (it's very well-written and interesting to read), everything is accessible through the front panel button matrix. There's also an awesome standalone sysex editor called available for free for both Mac and PC."

Lorre Mill DOUBLE KNOT Analog Modular Synth w Cables

via this auction

"Double Knot 100% analog synth. Structured to have a non linear form of synthesis, lending itself to awesome erratic percussive and rhythmic sequences, has two voices so it makes it more all the more interesting. Comes with original box and adapter, and also a lot of 10 banana jack cables so you're ready to go!"

Shbobo Shtar javascript

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Peter B

"The javascript does the talking, the picture shows what it is. Manifesto is on the blog."

Peter B is Peter Blasser of Ciat-Lonbarde.

MOS-LAB Model 15 Audio Solo.

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Resonant Anvil

"Patch as shown. Auxiliary Output (AO) set to 'sine' and patched to VCF. Adjustments to AO, VCF, FFB, ADRS, and Rectangular Width. 64-step sequence. Reverb from Strymon Big Sky."

Akai Introduces VIP 3.0

Published on Sep 7, 2017 AkaiProVideo

"VIP 3.0 introduces a number of exciting new features that enable total control of your VST instruments and effects library.

Features include:

Custom map MIDI hardware controls such as knobs, encoders and faders to VIP's parameters using any MIDI keyboard

Perform factor or user defined chord progressions using keyboard controller pads

3rd party VST developers can now produce plugin maps for enhanced VIP integration

Play scales, harmonized chords or chord progressions from a VIP keyboard or MIDI keyboard

Access, edit and mix up to 8 virtual instruments at one time in a Multi

Combine multiple effects into recallable patches

Search effects by type and audition across multiple plugins with a single click

Learn more about VIP 3.0, visit:"

Using Minilogue with pedals

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Alba Ecstasy

"Probably after this video, you'll jump into some cheap but nice sounding Behringer pedals. Don't expect to the quality of a €400 pedal, we're talking here about two €50 Behringer pedals, but they do theyr work properly (and I got them both on a big fat discount! no, not from Behringer!).
So, Boss ODB-3 is here just for a little more gain, because, you know, Minilogue it's a little shy on its output.
Behringer FL600 - Flanger machine, used on a Analog Chorus preset.
RV600 - used with the Space preset. And here is my trick to make this Reverb Machine to sound better: I keep the Tone knob, a little to the left to the low register [wink]. This setting will cut its metallic resonance on the high ends.
The Minilogue patch is from the Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious pack:"

TOM-1501 Soviet Analog Synthesizer Demo

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Cyril Metodej

Dave Smith Instruments to be at SynthCity Booth at Knobcon

via @dsiSequential

"DSI at @knobcon 2017! SynthCity booth #knobcon"

Blinksonic Now Compatible with Reaktor Player


"Boost & Stimulate your music production with original sound concepts.


Announcement « Blinksonic° is now made for Reaktor Player »:

As Native Instruments announced it few weeks ago,  Reaktor powers now third-party synths and effects.
I am delighted to confirm that all BLINKSONIC° instruments are now formated to be compatible with the free REAKTOR PLAYER.
They can be opened either in standalone or as a VST/AU/AAX plug-in within your favorite DAW. 
This, with no extra cost, because for now it’s not necessary to have a full license of Reaktor 6 to run RUIDOZ°, AETØNZ°, SUBSTANZ° and VOZ°.

Note : This update is free for existing users.

About :

BLINKSONIC° is a self project conducted by Sylvain Stoppani, a french artist and sound designer, who’s involved in the Electronica IDM, Glitch and Breakcore music scene since 2001.
Created in 2016, he provides a complete set of sampling tools with their own sonic ecosystem and a highly illustrated graphic workflow.
BLINKSONIC° instruments are a complementary collection of sample-based instruments for sound design or live performance.
BLINKSONIC° develops musical toolboxes guided by specific principles for composing and musically arranging samples. All BLINKSONIC° software ships with ready-to-use sample libraries resulting in audio tools that are playable, fun, and interactive.
The entire musical process is available at your hands with all the techniques ideal for live performance. Thanks to Reaktor’s versatility, BLINKSONIC° ensembles can be used either standalone or within a DAW.



Published on Sep 7, 2017

got my 'new' DX7 IIFD, love the tub.bells
Another 'Moroder' sounded track, improvisation with:
KORG electribe esx
mother32, sub37
waldorf blofeld arpeggio
DX7 tub.bells
Eventide space
Boss RE20
Cam: ZOOM 4Qn

Gotharman CS Filter 1/2: overview (LMS Eurorack Expansion)

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Learning Modular

"This is the first of two movies on the IG000155 version of the Gotharman CS Filter. In addition to being a 2-pole multimode filter based on the classic Yamaha CS filter chip (IG00156) and its organ variant (IG00155: more bass; supposedly less crazy resonance), the Gotharman version takes the crown from Polivoks clone for being the most insane, unstable filter I’ve heard when pushed with high signal levels combined with high cutoff and resonance settings. This movie demonstrates how to move it between tame 2-pole response and crazy bursts of high-frequency oscillation. I also briefly touch on its high and bandpass modes in addition to low pass.

The second movie – which dives deeper into its behavior (including spectrograph displays), plus spends more time exploring the other filter modes – is exclusive to my Patreon supporters:

For more on the Learning Modular Synthesis Eurorack Expansion Project for those exploring what module to add to their system next, visit"

Autumn || Make Noise Shared System Live Jam

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Luke Sanger

"Another late night jam. Kept things simple this time, using pressure points to trigger René sequences and create new melodic variations on-the-fly."

Mark Verbos & Mark Didemus live

Matt Verbos & Mark Didemus live from HerrSchneider on Vimeo.

"Mark Verbos and Matt Didemus played a performance on SUPERBOOTH17 here. Both living in Berlin now could visit me in my office for a chat yesterday where we recorded this interview. At the end of it you will see the performance Mark and Matt played live, before this we show you the brilliant Gesprächskonzert by Mark Verbos introducing his modular products to our great audience on Superbooth and to you. Please forgive us some cuts that we had to make towards dropouts and technical issues while recording, I think were getting better week by week."

Triode Wave Table Sounds & Back to School Fire Sale

Published on Oct 23, 2016 spelljammed

via Meeblip

"Wanted to let you know, our MeeBlip triode is on a back-to-school fire sale now through Tuesday night.

$99 (plus shipping) preorders our latest triode. We're shipping in 3-5 weeks, and expect this to finish off this run of triode."

An Update on Deckard’s Dream

via Roman Filippov / Deckard’s Dream / Black Corporation

"First of all, we would like to thank you for your patience and bearing with us as we have been working hard to set up operations in Tokyo. It has been quite a wonderful experience working with new manufacturing partners in Japan, but there have been some challenges as well. The PCB factory, for example, had to redo the run because the first boards failed the flying probe test, which took some time. We now have the process better streamlined so things will go more smoothly moving forward.

That said, here are some updates about Deckard’s Dream!

DIY Kits:
We are almost ready with the DIY kits. The PCBs are being populated with SMT parts at the moment and should be ready to ship in about 2 weeks. The final revision of the Bill of Materials (BOM) will be posted on the Deckard’s Dream website within a week (There is a preliminary BOM posted on the Muff Wiggler website, however this is for reference only, it is not the final
revision, so please do not rely on it).

We are also currently working on and shooting photos for the detailed build manual.

Good News! We have omitted all of the trimmers, so there will be no calibration required.

There are still DIY kits available for sale.

Prebuilt Units:
The fully built units are also under production. We are currently waiting on the motherboards and voice cards from an SMT pick-and-place factory. Hardware part already done. We are looking to start shipping the first fully built units in about 3 weeks and aiming to have the whole batch out no later than mid-October.

We will email each customer a week before their order is ready to ship with a link to pay the balance and complete the order.

The next pre-sale of fully built units will go on sale once we get the first run shipped out.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us at

Again, thank you for all of your patience!
Roman Filippov / Deckard’s Dream / Black Corporation"

Toyo Gakki Ult Sound DS-4 Analog Drum Synthesizer Demo Video

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Sound Provider

"Mini Jam with the lovely Ult Sound DS-4 ProMuzer Analog Drummachine from Toyo Gakki.
It a rare Japanese four channel analogue drum synth made by Toyo Gakki in the 80's and used by Yellow Magic Orchestra. It is little noisy but fun to use and very cute with its case.
This version is modded with separate outputs for each sound, and being triggered via the Arturia Beatstep Pro.
We already use it on all the "Analog Drum Now" series Soundbank and most of our soundPack. ( )"


via this auction

Control Synthesis Deep Bass Nine SN 2184 w/ Original Manual

via this auction

"TB-303 emulation, excellent bass, midi or CV/gate control plus midi to CV conversion."

Sequential Circuits Six Trak - Vintage Analogue Synthesizer

via this auction

Roland Juno 106 Analog Synthesizer in Excellent Condition

via this auction

Instruo - Scion // Modular Meets Leeds 2017

Published on Sep 7, 2017 DivKidVideo

"Here's the awesome new Scion module from Instruo. It's interfaces through a tens cable with a plant (as based on the MIDI Sprout device) and interfaces with the module. It's looking for changes in resistance and interfering with plant affects the signals but you can also play it from the touch capacitive plate on the panel or with a standard 3.5mm cable (plug in your output for a generative feedback based patch). The module creates notes (quantised, each with variable slew) across four voices based on the incoming signals and it also has a harmonic series mode to work with harmonic intervals as opposed to quantised musical intonation. It's a stunning bit of kit that was incredibly musical and interactive."

5U // MacBeth - MK1 Filter A

Published on Sep 7, 2017 DiscoverNoise

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"This is the demo I originally wanted to start DiscoverNoise with. Ken (MacBeth) and I had a longer talk at MusikMesse some years ago and he kinda inspired me to do DiscoverNoise. Anyway, Ken is a great guy, making great sounding synthesizers.
This is the demo of his 5U MK1 series filter A."

OBERHEIM OB-X Analog Synthesizer (1979) *Time*

Published on Sep 7, 2017 RetroSound

"(c) 2017 vintage synthesizer demo by RetroSound

all synthesizer sounds: Oberheim OB-X Analog Synthesizer from the year 1979

The Oberheim OB-X is for me the greatest analog polysynth of all time. The sound is stunning, organic and very powerful. The sound character (based of the discrete circuits and the SEM design VCF) is different to the later curtis chip based OB-Xa and OB-8."

Deluge and Oberheim OB-Xa

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Axel Fischer

"Today I got my Deluge delivered from New Zealand. This is a little track I did with my 33 year old Oberheim OB-Xa. Two very inspiring instruments! :)"

Christopher Kah - Session XIV Special Remix (Wheres your child)

Published on Sep 7, 2017 HighWav

"Bam Bam… Wheres your child??
What a Mythical track !!
this acid sound so fascinating me that … so… he took me here ! ...
Here, an extract !

Elektron Digitakt x Roland TB-03 x Roland TR-8

100% Machines. No Laptop. TOTAL IMPROVISATION.


Ian Fritz Bistromath and Livewire Audio Frequency Generator - Krautrock

Published on Sep 7, 2017 isvisible / isinvisible

Bass - PDO
Fuzzy tones etc - AFG (modulated by Bistromath)
Noise bursts - A-118
Bass drum - Orgone Accumulator
Snare drum - D-333

The Bistromath combines the Ian Fritz designed Threeler VCF, the ChaQuo and the Jerkster, and is an absolute beast.

For more music of the mainly finished variety: [melodic] [not as melodic] [a mixture of both]

Other things: [my website]"

More DrumBrute!

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Christopher White

"I was fooling around with my new Moog Mother-32 and this track kind of just happened. I put some flute, bass and rhodes down, and finished with some live Drumbrute. Hope you like!

If you do, it's available for download here:

All drum sounds come from the DrumBrute as seen in this video. Other instruments include flute, electric bass, Fender Rhodes, Moog Mother-32, various sample instruments."

Waldorf Rocket & Strymon Big Sky

Published on Sep 7, 2017 3rdStoreyChemist

"Rocket synthesiser through the Big Sky reverb.

No further processing except normalisation."

3 Modules #22: Maths, Brain Seed, µScale

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

"We all suspected Maths is evil. Now there's proof.

Patch notes:
I'm using Maths as a dual oscillator drone voice by cycling both functions at audio frequency rate. The "both" inputs are handy for this, as they let you change the rise and fall rates simultaneously, without altering the waveform. Unfortunately they don't track 1V/Oct, so I'm using channel 3 to attenuate the incoming pitch sequence to try to approach some semblance of musical intervals here. As you can see I'm also continuously tuning the oscillators via "the blue knobs"™, looking for interesting beating or harmonic intervals between the oscillators. Changing the rise or fall rate individually has the neat side effect of changing both pitch and harmonics (waveform) at the same time.

To control the drone pitch, I'm using brain seed to generate a stepped sequence. It's receiving a steady external clock to get the patch going. This sequence is then being quantized by the µScale, just to narrow down the random selection a bit (because Maths doesn't track pitch anyways, remember).

Finally, I've cheated in some extra delay and reverb here, to get that proper evil drone ambience going.

Thanks for watching!"

Kurtz Mindfields Live at SynthFest 2017 - teaser - "The Dreaming Void"

Published on Sep 7, 2017 KurtzMindfields

A bit of synth spotting in this one, with Minimoog Model D on leads.

"Extract from the 40 minutes concert: 'The Dreaming Void' album in live at the Synthfest 2017. Berlin School return !
Captation et Réalisation by Guillaume Diard
Sample titles :
- Earth Albedo 0.37
- Mahjong Constellations
- Aletheia Part 2
Thanks to Patch Work Music, Moog France, Christophe Duquesne, Nany Sound, Philippe Brodu (Algam), Olivier Briand, Bertrand Loreau, Alain Parrain, David Perbal, Delphine Cerisier, Jean-Michel Maurin ....
The Dreaming Void coffret (2 Vinyls + CD) available at: (october 2017)


Published on Sep 7, 2017 lfoone

"Tweak on great Delay and use extrem Reverb and Sidechain by Synthstrom Deluge!

more news and music on"

Quadrophonic Modular Synthesizer Performance

Published on Sep 7, 2017 Hainbach

"For Bauhausfest 2017 I created a quadrophonic modular performance using the Koma Elektronik Poltergeist."

intellijel Plonk Walkthrough Videos

Published on Sep 7, 2017 intellijel

1. Plonk Walkthrough
2. Managing Plonk Presets With Laser Mammoth
3. Plonk Firmware Update

"Plonk uses a technique known as physical modelling to synthesize, with great realism, the way in which sound is produced by acoustic instruments. The Plonk module is, itself, focused primarily on creating percussive sounds — both pitched and un-pitched; natural and unnatural; acoustic-sounding or totally electronic.

Plonk does this by breaking sound creation into two distinct elements — the exciter and the resonator. The exciter is a mathematical model of the device used to strike a particular surface. Plonk, because it’s percussion oriented, has two types of exciters: one modelled on a mallet, and the other providing a noise source. The resonator is a virtualization of the object being struck, which vibrates, resonates and creates the body of a sound. Plonk offers several types of resonators: beam; marimba; drumhead; membrane; plate; and string.

Plonk provides numerous parameters that let you shape, mold and design both the exciter and the resonator, thus enabling you to synthesize the sound of striking or scraping almost any type of object — real or imagined. In this way, Plonk can accurately model the sounds of kicks, snares, toms, cymbals, claps, tablas, congas and all manner of traditional percussion instruments. It can also model pitched percussive instruments, like vibes, marimbas, and even bass or guitar-like tones. Of course, it additionally excels at modelling instruments that heretofore never existed.

Best of all, the sounds created by Plonk are not static — any sound you design can respond dynamically to velocity, as well as four different modulation inputs. This means the sound of Plonk can change completely from note-to-note (or strike-to-strike). Because of this, Plonk is actually a duophonic (2-voice) module, which lets the sound of one note decay naturally when a second note (possibly employing an entirely different set of modelling values) is struck. Thus, hitting a new note does not choke the sound of the previously struck note (unless you want it to, of course)!

Plonk stores up to 128 patches in its internal memory, and ships with many presets programmed by professional sound designers and composers. You may overwrite these patches if you wish, and banks of patches may be transferred via MIDI System Exclusive over Plonk’s built-in mini-USB port to facilitate offline storage by programs or websites that support this capability.

Plonk was developed in cooperation with Montreal-based Applied Acoustics Systems — physical modelling pioneers, and the creators of Tassman, Lounge Lizard, String Studio, Ultra Analog, Chromaphone and numerous other plugins. It is with great pleasure that Intellijel brings the potential of this physical modelling technology to a hands-on, CV-laden device capable of the sort of dynamic control and sonic exploration that modular synthesists demand.

Resonator section models strings, beams, marimbas, drumheads, membranes, and plates.
Exciter section comprises a realistic mallet model and flexible noise source.
Two Voice Polyphonic at full resolution (16-bit 44.1Khz).
Pseudo multi-timbrality possible via CV selectable presets recalled on each new trigger/gate.
Full parameter randomization and morphing via CV/trigger.
All synthesis parameters can be assigned to the X, Y and MOD controls.
128 user preset slots with import/export via USB and come filled with factory presets designed Richard Devine and AAS.
Laser Mammoth compatible preset management

Width: 12 hp
Max Depth: 38 mm
Power: 170 mA @ +12V, 6 mA @ -12V
MSRP: $349.00"

intellijel Planar Overview Video

Published on Sep 7, 2017 intellijel

"This has to be one of the most fun modules we have ever played with! With just a few audio and CV sources and some inter dependencies (i.e use the Joystick CV to simultaneously modify the signals being processed by the VCAs) you quickly get highly complex sounds that you can easily control and play with.


Vector mixing: put up to four sources into inputs A, B, C and D and then use the joystick to create the vector mix. Positioning the joystick in any corner will isolate that particular source. Putting the joystick in the center will create an even blend of all four sources. Resulting mix is taken from the MIX output.
Quad Panning: Plug one source into input A and steer it to outputs A, B, C, D. You can also do stereo panning by just using a pair of outputs.
SENSE gate output. This is a slew detector which means the gate is only active when you are moving the joystick. Excellent for driving envelopes/VCAs to coordinate so that the output mix is only heard/used when the joystick is being moved.
Manual gate output: pushbutton to manually trigger a second gate output
CV outputs: The joystick produces either unipolar (0-5V) or bipolar (-5 to +5V) switchable outputs.
CV Inputs: The module accepts X and Y axis inputs. By using out of phase LFO sources (such as outputs from the Dr. Octature) you can create really interesting swirling/circular patterns.
This input is also very useful when coordinated with a CV recorder. You can record the modulation from the X, Y outputs and then turn the joystick off (see switch at top left) and playback the modulation into the X and Y input.
This will allow you to recreate a complex quad panning or vector mixing jam.

REVERSIBLE! The module ships with a second faceplate that is designed to mounted upside down (so joystick is at the bottom) and there are jumpers on the back of the module so you can coordinate the reversed orientation of the joystick. This is to facilitate use in a skiff. The instructions for reversing the panel are in the 'Demos' tab."

Yamaha DX7 IID E! Grey Matter Demo by DKS SYNTH LAB

Published on Sep 6, 2017 DKS SYNTH LAB


Mono Tom Station (Tom Cat thru Circuit Mono Station)

Published on Sep 6, 2017 HardtekStudios

"The Tom Cat's output is going into the Novation Circuit Mono Station for some extra distortions and crazy filtering! For most of the jam, only the audio in is turned up on the Circuit Mono Station. Toward the end I bring in some Ring Mod and Sub oscillator."

Buchla Beat 12

Published on Sep 6, 2017 boobtube356

"Woo hoo!"

Native Instruments Announces New MASCHINE & KOMPLETE KONTROL Hardware

"MASCHINE Mk3 and KOMPLETE KONTROL Mk2 S49 / S61 now available to pre-order

September 7, 2017 – Native Instruments today announces the next generation of MASCHINE and KOMPLETE KONTROL hardware. Unified by an all-new industrial design, both units have been re-engineered to inspire and enable nonstop creativity, boasting more intuitive workflows, optimized layouts, vivid visual feedback, and deeper studio integration.

MASCHINE Mk3 delivers the best ever workflow for quickly sketching and capturing ideas. It adds two high-resolution color screens for easier sound browsing, editing, sample-slicing, and more. The new hardware also features more dedicated function buttons and larger, more responsive pads that retain the same ergonomic layout users know and love. For enhanced convenience and portability, MASCHINE now features a built-in 96kHz / 24-bit audio interface.

KOMPLETE KONTROL Mk2 extends the original keyboard’s workflow with 17 additional function buttons and two high-resolution color screens for browsing, previewing sounds, and more. And now – thanks to enhanced DAW and MASCHINE integration – it’s possible to mix, navigate, and edit projects directly from the hardware. The professional-grade Fatar keybeds and unique Light Guide are joined by new pitch and mod wheels, plus a horizontal touch strip for additional expression.

“We’ve learned from artists and our users that the biggest challenge in creative work isn’t one of getting started, but of keeping going,” explains MASCHINE Product Owner Chris La Pietra. “We developed these new products in tandem to address this problem: Beyond sparking inspiration, they fuel the whole creative process – they help users get in the zone and stay there. They feel great, they integrate with existing setups, and they make music production as fun, intuitive, and hands-on as possible.”
“We set the benchmark for integrated music production software and hardware some years ago, and these latest products signify a major new milestone in our journey,” explains Mate Galic, CTO and President of Native Instruments.
“Holistic, tactile experiences and optimized layouts showcase the most powerful features in a completely intuitive way and support a sustained creative workflow. Sophisticated integration, with an ever-expanding software ecosystem of KOMPLETE, MASCHINE, and NKS plug-ins, make these the most advanced music production hardware units available today.”
Pricing and availability
The new MASCHINE, KOMPLETE KONTROL S49, and KOMPLETE KONTROL S61 will be available at the NI Online Shop and retailers from October 5, 2017. All three units will be available to pre-order from September 7 at the NI Online Shop. Pricing remains the same as the previous versions in all markets.

MASCHINE EUR 599, USD 599, JPY 72800, GBP 479, AUD 899
KOMPLETE KONTROL S49 EUR 599, USD 599, JPY 69800, GBP 479, AUD 899
KOMPLETE KONTROL S61 EUR 699, USD 699, JPY 79800, GBP 559, AUD 1049"

The next generation of MASCHINE hardware lets you effortlessly produce beats, melodies, and harmonies with powerful drum synths, premium sounds, an integrated sampler, and more – cutting-edge software meets intuitive hardware for an ultra-smooth workflow.

Key features
• Integrated hardware/software system includes sampler, arranger, mixer, FX, and more

• 8 GB MASCHINE library with samples, one-shots, sliced loops, sampled instruments, presets, patterns, drum kits, and songs

• Includes 25 GB KOMPLETE 11 SELECT library

• 25 pro-quality studio and creative FX including filter, EQ, delay, reverb, and compressor

• 2 high-resolution RGB color displays for precision sample slicing, sound tweaking, note editing, mixing, browsing, and more

• 16 large, ultra-sensitive pads make two-handed drumming easy

• Pro-grade, 96kHz / 24-bit audio interface with 2 x ¼” TRS line outputs, 2 x ¼” TRS line inputs, ¼” dynamic mic input, stereo headphone output, 1 x MIDI In, 1 x MIDI out, and 1 x Footswitch

• Touch sensitive knobs for parameter tweaking

• Smart Strip for strumming notes, pitch bending sounds, performing with FX, and more

• Four-directional push encoder for browsing, navigating, and adjusting levels and balance

• Powered via USB 2.0 or with the included power supply unit

• Seamless integration with KOMPLETE
• Classic groovebox features including 16 velocity levels, swing, pad link, note repeat, step sequencer, and vintage MPC 60/SP-1200 sampling emulation

• Compatible with all major DAWs (including Ableton Live, Logic Pro, and FL Studio) as a VST or Audio Units plug-in, with full multi-core support

With the latest generation of KOMPLETE KONTROL hardware, music-making becomes a more intuitive, hands-on experience. Perform expressively, browse and preview sounds, tweak parameters, sketch your ideas, and navigate and mix your project – all from one fully integrated centerpiece for studio and stage.

Key features
• Smart keyboard controller for all your virtual instruments

• Pro-grade Fatar keybeds with aftertouch – 49 or 61 semi-weighted keys

• Ergonomic pitch and mod wheels, plus touch strip for expression control

• Pre-mapped control of KOMPLETE instruments and hundreds of Native Kontrol Standard (NKS) instruments from leading manufacturers

• Full VSTi support

• Tag-based preset browsing: Find sounds quickly and hear instant previews

• Two high-res color screens for browsing, tweaking, mixing, and more

• Light Guide: RGB lights above each key highlight drum cells, key switches, chords, scales, and more

• Smart Play: See scales and modes on the Light Guide, play chord progressions and arpeggios with single keys, or map any scale to white keys only

• Deep integration with MASCHINE software / hardware

• Intuitive control over Logic Pro X, Ableton Live, and GarageBand. Cubase and Nuendo integration coming soon after initial release

• 4-directional push encoder for one-handed sound browsing and project navigation

• Two assignable pedal inputs

• MIDI in / out

• USB 2.0 bus powered



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