MATRIXSYNTH: Monday, December 25, 2017

Monday, December 25, 2017

Merry Synthmas 2017 from SynthMania


Published on Dec 25, 2017 SynthMania

With a KORG DW-8000.

Elektron Trinity Christmas Jam


Streamed live 6 hours ago Houston Guy

"Christmas Jam using Elektron's Octatrack, Analog RYTM and Analog Four. Also Featuring custom app for visuals and Octatrol control."

Baumann BME-700 Ultra Mega Rare Analog German Vintage Monophonic Synthesizer


via this auction

"This wonderful professional analog synthesizer from non-smoking studio is aprox. 40 years old. Good optical and working technical vintage condition. Synthesizer has some scratches. See pictures. Some knobs and potentiometers could be cleaned for bether working without "scratches". The device can also be picked up without any shipping costs in 65183 Wiesbaden, Germany.

Built 1976
Type: analog
Hybrid: no
1 Voice / Stimmen
1x Multitimbral
no Memory
Synthesis: subtractive

OSC Features pwm
Wave Shapes tri saw pulse morph
1 OSCs
2 Filter lpf self reso + 16 step resonator bank 4 Pole
2 LFOs square tri
2 Envelope Generators 2x AR

CV GATE Control / Triggering
36 Keys"

Cool touch keyboard.

ODC AUDIO DESIGN - SNOW VSTi 64-bit


Published on Dec 25, 2017 vistaandaudio

"(Free download) SNOW VSTi plugin for your daw in vst 2.4 / 64-bit
Available @ www.oraziodelcore.com

by: ODC AUDIO DESIGN (ORAZIO DEL CORE)"

New Behringer VP-330 Vocoder Clone Prototype Pic?


You might remember the circuit boards posted back in May here.

This new pic includes the case. Note the slim bottom piece is the control section. You can see the sliders match up to the previous pics, and the original Roland VP-330 controls. Note the top piece in the image (bottom of the case) is wider and includes the mod control section and space for the key bed.

Roland SH 7 Review # 3 duo-phonic


Published on Dec 25, 2017 Fuzzo Frizzbeebot

"Holy cow flop Batman dynamic duo-phonic! Sorry about the distorting in the sound demo. The camera I have overhead need's adjustment and I should have used it's headphone monitor output. The video is more about feature then sound. The sound fx video later on is a much better sonic imprint."

All parts here.

ROLAND SPV-355 .ext CV mod VCA/VCF.working with my midi-cv box


Published on Dec 25, 2017 Alexey Taber

Winter Shoes


Published on Dec 24, 2017 mmurmoons

"Patch Notes
(expansion of makenoise "two modules patched" telharmonic yule log patch)

By Output:

-Telharmonic gate out to tonic, N out to Ch2 strength of MoDemix, H out to Ch1 of MoDemix, P out to Ch1 strength of MoDemix with duplicated signal going to Ch! of OptoMix

-Modemix Ch1 out to Telharmonic degree in, Ch2 to Morphagene L input

-Wogglebug burst patched to maths Ch1 trig in, rest of outputs reserved for later use modulating morphagene and erbeverb

-Pressure Points row 1 out to 0coast v/octave in

-Rene QCV out to DPO v/oct in on R Osc, G-X out to 0coast slope trig in, CV out reserved for later modulation

-Morphagene L and R out to CVBus L and Right

-Maths Ch1 out to dummy cable, Ch1 Unity out to morphagene SOS in, Channel 4 out to dummy cable, Ch4 Unity out to optomix Ch1 cntrl inout, Sum output to Ch2 input optomix

-DPO L Osc saw out to maths Ch2 in, R Osc square out to maths Ch3 in, DPO follow potentiometer set 90% clockwise

-Optomix Ch1 out to Echophon in, Ch2 out to Erbeverb in

-Echophon out to morphagene R input

-Erbeverb out to rosie return M input

-Rosie out to audio interface, tracking into ableton (dummy cable inserted into return St input)

-CVBus Ch# out to echophon tempo in, L and R to audio interface (4 is active but not affecting anything)

-0coast Random out to LinFM in, Slope out to rene x-cv in (in cycle mode), Contour out to Ch2 Optomix cntrl in, Line Out to audio interface input

-Ableton sending sample of square wave trigger on 1,2,3 and 4 (quater notes) out to cvbus Ch3 input at 160.07bpm"

Dave Smith Pro2 Demo


Published on Dec 25, 2017 Alphacode

MOOG SUB PHATTY JAM


Published on Dec 25, 2017 YODKAMLUE MUSIC

"A little morning jam with my awesome synthesizer Moog sub phatty. Morning-jam. My skills on the keys are very limited but this Synth make some cool creamy sounds and fat bass and it is very fun to play with.

I used a Boss re-20 to ad some space.
Pad and strings are my Roland Jx-03
the beat is sequenced by the Electribe Sampler and the arpeggiator is Novation MiniNova."

The MCS 70 - Memory Controlled Synthesizer From Elka's Mario Maggi


via Francesco Mulassano

"Ultra rare italian synthesizers, made by Mario Maggi (the man who invented the Elka Synthex). This unit belongs to Patrizio Fariselli from Area!"

Apparently only three were made. It is monophonic.

The following are some details via synthmuseum.com from the MCS 70 brochure:

"FEATURES:

Memorizes all parameters of all user-defined control panel settings

Groups of up to 64 memorized settings available at any one time

Instantaneous change time from one memorized sound to any other

Non-volatile integrated circuit memory modules, no tape, nothing mechanical

No loss of user's memorized sounds, even unplugged or with module removed, until user himself memorizes a new sound.

It's called Integrated Memory Control. The result is the first completely programmable electronic music synthesizer. The programs are the user's own sounds set up with the front panel parameter controls.

The MCS 70 Memory Controlled Synthesizer represents a new concept in total integration of analog and digital operating systems allowing complete digital memorization of all parameters of the signal generating and processing modules.

Operating in the Panel mode, the audio result is determined directly by the variable panel controls. In the Memory mode the audio is determined by the previously defined and memorized panel settings.

A sound is memorized simply by pushing a button which cuases a digital code corresponding to the parameter control positions to be stored at the selected address (one of 64) of the memory modules.

Any sound may be instantaneously (5 milliseconds) recalled, even years later, after memorization, by pushing the corresponding memory address button.

Two memory modules each with a capacity of 32 programmable settings, are inserted in the rear of the instrument. Removing the module or unplugging the instrument has no effect on the contents of the memory. No setting is ever lost until the user decides to change the program at a given address. There is virtually no limit to the number of times the same address may be re-programmed.

Each module can be quickly removed and substituted by another containing 32 entirely different programs. Several sets of programs can be used, for example, during a concert. Each song can have its own characteristic sounds. There is no set-up time delay, and the performer can even change sound instantly in mid-phrase.

Critter & Guitari - Xmas Rave


Published on Dec 25, 2017 Critter & Guitari

"It's party time @ http://critterandguitari.com!
Get some image modes loaded on to your ETC, break out the sampler, hook up your Organelle with the new LFO Delay patch and just freak out a little bit. We're looking forward to bashing 2018!

Image modes:
https://patchstorage.com/platform/etc/

LFO Delay patch:
https://www.critterandguitari.com/pag..."

Toy keyboard Christmas demos - Yamaha PSS-190 - Silent night


Published on Dec 25, 2017 organfairy

"It has been a while since I have played the smaller items of my humble organ and keyboard collection. But this time I will let some of them play all by themselfes.

I have noticed that often toy keyboards have at least one Christmas song on their repertoire of demo melodies. This is probably because in the 1980s and 1990s many of them were given as Christmas presents.

But since Christmas is here once again, I will play (if you can call pressing a button that says 'DEMO' playing) some of the Christmas demos that my toy keyboards are capable of playing. The first one is a Yamaha PSS-190 that plays 'Silent Night'."

"Eve" with Roland Jupiter 6, Jupiter 8, Juno 60, Juno 106, and TR-808


Published on Dec 25, 2017 Machiwoomiapoo

"'Eve' with Roland Jupiter 6, Jupiter 8, Juno 60, Juno 106, and TR-808
This was a fun tune to make. I'll upload a separate video explaining the gear I used for this tune. The footage is from Astoria and Cannon Beach Oregon. We were checking out the Goonies locations. :) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! :) Sam."

Kick.S / X1246(トロニカ)


Published on Dec 25, 2017 Kick.S

/// Equipment ////
LPB-1
BigSky
TR-Rack
TimLine
ToneLab
Mixwizard
Nord wave
Small Clone
Small Stone
memory boy
xOxbOx 2VCO
ARP ODYSSEY
Operation Overlord
Digitakt (custom painted)

VCO MOD amount & LFO rate tweaking on MOOG MOTHER 32


Published on Dec 25, 2017 peter synthbrothers

"improvisation with:
3x moog mother 32 (2 mothers for sequences)
1 mother 32: for tweaking, keys play on Roland S50 keys
Moog sub37 for low bas, dirty sound
TR-09 for drums"

Wishing You a Little Magic This Holiday from Moog Music


Wishing you a little magic this holiday.
Love, your friends at Moog ❤️
December 25, 2017
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