MATRIXSYNTH: Thursday, December 28, 2017

Thursday, December 28, 2017

TechTax - Modular Synthesizer Workshop in Spokane Washington

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Giszmo

"TechTax is a non-profit based out of Spokane, WA focused on bringing electronic music to the masses."


A Non-Profit community resource, promoting a simple concept: Self Expression Through Electronic Music.

We've broken our program into 3 basic elements:

1.) Education - Workshops and Demos of all shapes and sizes.

2.) Exploration - Open house events focused on discovery & collaboration. Bring something to work on, ask questions, make mistakes, meet new friends, etc...

3.) Live Performance - Artist showcase events where students are encouraged to share their progress with an audience of their peers (all are welcome).

Whether its through the teaching of workshops held at one of our partnering spaces, or the hosting of live showcase events (similar to “Modular on the Spot”), TT hopes to spark interest in electronic music and modular synthesis; ultimately furthering community involvement.


Basically, we want to give Spokane a resource to help grow its electronic music scene. Through holding events and teaching workshops we will plant seeds and give support to anyone interested in becoming an electronic artist."

A Senior Design Synthesizer

Published on Dec 28, 2017 haggariah

"Senior Design Project '17.

This was our groups project. Total time spent on this project: 2 semesters.

Advisor: Dr. Xie

Group Members: Brooks Anderson, DeMarcus Boone, Katrina Rosemond, Markeevis Stevens"

Buchla-ish touch panel keys. Cool mini blue synth.

Roland TB-303 Bassline Classic Vintage Analog Bass Synthesizer w/ Original Case SN 174600

via this auction

Roland JX-8P & PG-800 Vintage Analog Synthesizer & Programmer

via this auction

JX-8P SN 480292

PG-800 SN 619700

Williamsville Moog Minimoog Model D

via this auction

SN looks like 8756 but I can't quite make it out.

"A legendary name machine arrived! For this individual, the serial number will be 8000 units, the trimmer on the back of the main body will be the previous type of 11 holes. Wheel is jagged type, production side next to the serial is "WILLIAMSVILLE" with the notation."

Access Virus C Tweaking (synthesizer Sample) HQ Sound

Published on Feb 11, 2017 OverDope Records

"Acces virus C Tweaking (synthesizer Sample)"

Virus TI fun

Published on Apr 8, 2014 scoopicman

"Most people aren't aware of how cool the filter bank in the FX section is - or that there even is a collection of distortions, filters and amps. Here are a few examples, plus some of the newer as well as established sounds. Go to the 6:30 mark for a tour of the new FX mode filters."

Buchla 400 Piece 1 by Alessandro Cortini

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Alessandro Cortini

"First score on a newly restored Buchla 400"

Hordijk vs Meris Trilogy

Published on Dec 28, 2017 d4nnyp

"Hordijk Modulair + Moon 569 sequencer with Meris Polymoon, Ottobit and Mercury7 pedals.

All sounds are Hordijk Modular, no overdubs or tracking"

Yamaha CS-80 | Hands-On Session

Published on Dec 2, 2017 Computer Music Magazine

"CM Editor Joe Rossitter and MusicRadar's Simon Arblaster get their hands on the world's most iconic synthesiser, and talk you through its features and architecture.

Get an exclusive pack of raw recordings and samples straight from an original Yamaha CS-80, plus a £160 synth plugin:"

Prophet REV 2 PlugSE™ Editor by SoundTower

Available via SoundTower

"Prophet REV 2 PlugSE™ is an audio plug-in dedicated to your Prophet REV 2 synthesizer.

This proprietary plug-in is installed in your audio software as a Virtual Instrument (VST or AudioUnits) and will control all of the functions found on the Prophet REV 2.

Stunning graphics, intuitive functions and easy to use menus make tweaking the Prophet REV 2 hardware fun and easy.

Its most important ability is to automate every function of the hardware synth for synchronized playback with your session. Adjusting the timing and the values of all automation data allows you to perfect the performance prior to committing the audio to disk or to use the automation during your live performance.

The PlugSE™ works with any Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) or audio software (like Cubase, Ableton Live, Logic, Nuendo, Digital Performer and many others) that supports VST or AudioUnits (AU) plug-ins.

While it doesn’t feature some advanced editing found in the standalone SoundEditor, the PlugSE™ allows you to automate all parameter changes.

Automate the parameters and let your fingers do the playing."

Moog Synthesizer Prodigy Expander Prototype Serial No 001

via this auction

"This is the prototype of the Moog Prodigy, called the Moog Prodigy Xpander. This is the ONLY one I've ever seen.

This tabletop module was going to compete with the Oberheim SEM, but Moog Music in the late 70's decided to go with the keyboard version of the Prodigy, and many of them are still in service today.
It works perfectly, sounds incredibly fat, and it's oscillator sync sounds so much better than other analog synths.

I was a rep/dealer/consultant in the 70's and 80's to many golden age companies including Moog Music, (Williamvsille, and Buffalo factories,) Polyfusion, Sequential Circuits, Oberheim, Pearce Amps, and was a consultant to Les Paul.

Owning this for synthesists, is analogous to being a guitarist and owning Fender Stratocaster 001.

Most Moog experts weren't aware of this prototype, but being a rep, and living just 10 miles from the Moog factory, gave me an advantage to obtain rare pieces like this. Tony Marchese was the head engineer on this rare piece.

I met Bob Moog at the age of 19 in 1973, and he became my mentor, helping me in those early days to learn all I could about electronic music.
You'll need a MIDI to CV convertor to use this.

Obviously, this is for true Moog fans, and collectors."

JP8 clair obscur

Published on Dec 28, 2017 coyotesynth

"A JP8 short demo showing Dual Voices in action. The Roland Jupiter 8 was an innovation at its time (1981), allowing a synth to play 2 different sounds in layer or split."

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

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Machiwoomiapoo

"'Beat' with Roland Juno 60, Juno 106, Jupiter 8, and TR-808
In this tune I started with the TR-808 drum pattern first. Then I sequenced up the BASS with the Juno 106 via the MSQ-700. Next, I sequenced up the PLUCK sound with the Juno 60. Finally, I used the Jupiter 8 on patch 12 & 28 for the SOLO and 37 & 37 for the Strings. Thanks for watching. Please share, subscribe, and leave feedback. I love to hear from all of you. Take care, Sam."


Making of "Beat"

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Machiwoomiapoo

"In this video I go through what I did to make the tune 'Beat'. Please let me know if you enjoy the video or not in the feedback. Please subscribe and share as well. Take care, Sam."

Korg Volca cover: Music For A Nurse (Oceansize)

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Marco-Antonio Mejía

"This is a cover of Oceansize's song 'Music For A Nurse'.

The Modstep iPad app sends the MIDI notes of the chords (Volca Keys) and bass line (Volca FM). The melody is played on the Volca Bass.

I use the Belkin headphone splitter to merge the output of the Keys and Bass and send the combined sound to the GFI System Specular Reverb V2.

Other gear:
Arturia Keystep
Retrokits RK-004
Behringer XENYX QX1002USB
Apple iPad (2017 model)
Apple iPhone 7 (video recording)"

Why the Arturia KeyStep sequencer is amazing

Published on Dec 28, 2017 mylarmelodies

"Here's a long overdue video-based-love letter on why I think the Keystep is one of the most danged inspiring, most musical products I've tried in years."

SNAZZY FX System Chaos Drone Jam #TTNM

Published on Dec 28, 2017 The Tuesday Night Machines

"Another jam almost exclusively using Snazzy FX Eurorack modules playing with each other in chaotic ways!

PixelNoises Synth T-Shirts by The Tuesday Night Machines:


Audio gear used:

Snazzy FX Eurorack Modular Synth with:
- Drone Bank
- Eternal Spring Filter
- Hi Gain
- Dual Multiplier
- Kitty Eyes
- Kick Me
- Chaos Brother
- Dreamboat
- Tidal Wave
- Synthrotek EKO Delay"

c1976 Moog Minimoog Model D SN 8097

via this auction

"A superb 1976 Minimoog for sale recently serviced and in excellent condition. It features the original oscillator board and sounds wonderful.

It's in excellent condition overall - there's some cracking to the plastic front panel around oscillator 1, but this doesn't cause any issues in use. The owner refinished the case in a classy dark wood stain some years ago - it presents very well.

There are some minor marks/dings to the woodwork and case, see detailed photos for more information (photos to follow). This Mini was serviced by one of our approved techs last year and is playing very well.

Set for UK 240v use, but can be switched back to 120v if required."

Dark one, almost, if not all black.

Roland SH-7 Synthesizer SN 740850

via this auction

Roland MRS-2 Promars - Stunning condition, pro-serviced SN 041815

via this auction

"Stunning near mint Promars for sale serviced and in the original Roland case. This is a superb example of this classic late 70s Roland analogue synth.

In very near mint and exceptionally-clean condition with only very minor marks and signs of use; you'll struggle to find a better example.

Often thought of as simply the monophonic sibling of the Jupiter 4, the Promars in fact features two de-tuneable oscillators for its one voice, making it capable of creating some very interesting noises indeed.

It is a 100v Japanese model and will run fine on North American mains 115/120v without a transformer (we run all our tests using 120v power); however, a step-down transformer is recommended for extended use.
A step-down transformer is required in the UK/EU.
We do not recommend using cheap generic Chinese mains transformers and can supply a high quality UK-made unit if required."

ARP Odyssey 2800 Mk1 - fully overhauled, re-capped power supply SN 281147

via this auction

"It has had an extensive service with new bushings, key contacts and sliders/switches cleaned and the power supply re-capped. The synth has been re-calibrated and is sounding superb.

Now reissued by Korg, this is a chance to buy an iconic original in excellent order. Effectively a hard-wired compact version of the monster ARP 2800, the Odyssey is revered for its signature sweeps, leads and bass sounds - like an albino time machine, it transports you back to the golden age of analogue synthesis.

Condition is excellent with a few scratches and scuffs to the case, most of which are on the back of the unit. There is some paint damage from the bolts on the underside of the face but nothing too noticeable, there is a photo displaying these minor flaws. The black plastic side panels have been cut down at the back to make them flush with the back of the unit (possibly to make it fit somewhere in the past). This work has not been done professionally and is rough around the edges as shown in the photos. Click on the photos to zoom in and see more detail.

It is a 110v model.
A step-down transformer is required in the UK/EU.
We do not recommend using cheap generic Chinese mains transformers and can supply a high quality UK-made unit if required."

Korg MS-10 *Serviced and Guaranteed* SN 131039

via this auction

'Fully serviced and calibrated. Sounds superb.

The condition overall is very good. It has a few scuffs and scratches to the end panels and is also missing its grommets from the front face - don't let this put you off a great instrument that is looking good and ready to play. See the detailed photos and click on them to see large versions."

#044 :: Roland JP-08 // TR-08 // OP-1 // EHX Cathedral

Published on Dec 28, 2017 hicut cake

Hicut Cake proudly presents:

Recipe #044

– Roland Boutique JP-08
– Roland Boutique Tr-08
– Teenage Engineering OP-1
– Electro Harmonix Cathedral Stereo Reverb

All Make Noise ambient modular synth performance: Places - POB

Published on Dec 12, 2017 Patrick OBrien

"Ever since I picked up modular in the fall of 2014, the dream was to one day build a patch on an all Make Noise system and perform it live. I have to admit I was intimidated in the beginning, but that didn’t stop me from slowly building my case over the years, learning the modules, and one day making it happen. Now, I can say I took the big leap.

Over the weekend I performed live with my Make Noise system in front of an intimate crowd in the back room of a cocktail bar here in Los Angeles. The outcome was something unexpected— something magical I can’t explain. The joy of having accomplished such a feat leaves me lost for words. And, playing an ambient piece was way out of my comfort zone, but I let my mind work intricately with the machine, and the result was truly my best modular synth performance to date.

This video is the culmination of all I’ve ever put into music my entire life, and I hope you can grab some headphones, close your eyes, open your mind, and give it a listen today. Thank you.



This is a live modular synth ambient performance using only Make Noise Music modules. This set was performed at Triptronics held at Little Joy in Los Angeles, CA on December 10, 2017.

Titled, "Places" because you're going there.

I played this set with other great performers that night: Izapa, Pablo Perez, Andorkappen, and the2vvo.

Make Noise eurorack modules (12 total):
Top row: DPO, Mysteron, Maths, Optomix (2016), Rene
Bottom row: Pressure Points, Tempi, tELHARMONIC, moddemix, MMG, Morphagene, Erbe-Verb

The 6U case is from Dark Modular Cases. The layout of Make Noise modules in the case can be found on ModularGrid:


No computers or outboard gear were used in this performance -- just modular synths recorded live in a single take.

Video was recorded with an iPhone 6+ then synced using iMovie."

Christmas Song 2017 with Lila Trentini

Published on Dec 27, 2017 Marcelo Johann

"Christmas Song 2017

The only musical instrument used in this production is a Box with an Arduino Due board, external TDA1543A DAC and MIDI input, running the organ model programmed in 2015 and refined in 2017

Audio recorded, mixed and mastered using locally custom-built and modified equipment
Video recorded using iPhone 8 and iMovie

"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!"
Lyrics by Charles Wesley/George Whitefield
Music by Felix Mendelssohn/William H. Cummings

and "Caro Mio Ben", aria by Giuseppe Giordani

Guest star: Lila Trentini

Produced, arranged and recorded by Marcelo Johann
in Porto Alegre, December 2017

Special thanks to:
Monica O'Day, Marlene Bolzan, Anabel Alzaibar, Rose Corneau"

Access Virus TI Polar and Eventide Space BalckHole

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Michael Barmaley

"I'm not very good at playing piano, I'm just learning ;)
It's just noodeling"

Sonic Scenarios: Make Noise Contour — Introduction & Overview

Published on Dec 28, 2017 CTRL MOD

"Control presents Sonic Scenarios with Mike Kiraly, a new video chronicling the features and sounds of the Make Noise Contour.

For more info on the Contour:

Video by Sonic Scenarios for Control:

Control is a synthesizer brick & mortar shop located in the South Williamsburg Neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY.

We specialize in Eurorack Modular, vintage traditional and unusual eccentric electronic devices both analog and digital. Please do not hesitate to get in touch."

Sonic Scenarios: Make Noise Dynamix — Introduction & Overview

Published on Dec 28, 2017 CTRL MOD

"Control presents Sonic Scenarios with Mike Kiraly, a new video chronicling the features and sounds of the Make Noise Dynamix.

For more info on the Dynamix:

Video by Sonic Scenarios for Control:

Control is a synthesizer brick & mortar shop located in the South Williamsburg Neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY.

We specialize in Eurorack Modular, vintage traditional and unusual eccentric electronic devices both analog and digital. Please do not hesitate to get in touch."

Fun Times with the Octatrack and Analog Four

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Synth & Sundry

"Instruments used: Elektron Octatrack and Analog Four
Technics Digital Piano
Enjoy! Happy Holidays and New Year!"

Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man Sound Demo (no talking) with Novation Peak

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Bonedo Synthesizers

"Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man Sound Demo (no talking) with Novation Peak"

Synth Wizards Episode 4: Desert Island SQ-80

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Syntaur

"The Syntaur team takes the Ensoniq SQ-80 from an all-around mainstay to an absolute essential, and gains a synth wizard in the process. Featuring a rare interview (well, sort of...) with Ensoniq founder Bob Yannes, and music by Quincas Moreira and Jeffrey Koepper."

02-The Moog Rogue-Part 2-Oscillators

Published on Dec 28, 2017 AutomaticGainsay

"Here is a demonstration of the sound and functionality of the oscillators present on the Moog Rogue.

Support the creation of this video and all of the Automatic Gainsay videos that have helped you by becoming an Automatic Gainsay supporter on Patreon!"

All parts here.

EMS VCS3 MkI Drones by Alessandro Cortini

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Alessandro Cortini

"Some EMS VCS3 MkI smooth sounds."

Modular Synth Improvisation Live 011 & 010

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Akihiko Matsumoto

Music by Akihiko Matsumoto

Modular System

Cycling '74 Max/MSP BEAP --- Korg SQ1, Expert Sleepers ES-3 --- Eurorack --- RME Fireface UC --- Ableton Live --- SONY a7RII (Carl Zeiss Batis 55mm/f1.8)--- Blackmagic Video Assist.

Reverb: Eventide Blackhole, Eventide Mangled Verb
Limitter: iZotope Ozone8

Mutable Instruments Braids, Soulsby OSCITRON, M.A.S.F. Mo.s Model OSC03, Tiptop One, Studio Electronics Quadnic, dave jones design otoolplus, Mutable Instruments Warps, MakeNoise MATHS, MakeNoise Wogglebug, 2hp VCA , EOWAVE Zone B.F. , Rossum Electro-music morpheus, dave smith instruments Curtis Filter, intellijel Dual ADSR, Expertsleepers ES-3, Expertsleepers Disting, Noise Engineering Manis Iteritas, Synthorotek ADSR, WMD Geiger Counter, Rebel Technology OWL Modular, Ableton Live, Cycling '74 Max7 BEAP, RME Fireface UC, Evolution UC-33e, KORG SQ-1.


Novation Bass Station II *99 extra presets by Chronos

Published on Dec 5, 2017 chronosproject

"99 fresh presets for legendary analogue synth - Bass Station2.
Enchance posibilities of your Bass Station with our soundset!

Powerfull leads, fat analog basses, atmospheric sounds & even modular sequences.

All is responsible with modulation wheel & tempo synced!

00:00 - 1:17 Atmo Sounds
1:17 - 3:42 Leads
3:42 - 8:36 Sequences
8:36 - 11:22 Basses
11:22 - end Modular Sequences


Nord Lead A1 - "Blade Runner 2049" Inspired Soundset

Published on Oct 27, 2017 chronosproject

"First Sound we made from scratch under inspiration of new Blade Runner movie."

Waldorf Blofeld "Organica" 128 presets by Chronos

Published on Sep 12, 2017 chronosproject

"Get ready for Organic Sounds!
Waldorf Blofeld is one of the most interesting V.A. ever made.

128 exclusive sounds in different categories: modular sequences,
organic arps, great deep & spacey pads, vintage strings, ambient bells, fx's & vintage leads.

All is responsible with modulation wheel & tempo synced!

Best Ambient Synth Shootout #46: Waldorf Blofeld - Song 2

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Christian's Sonic Spaces

"This is the second song with the Waldorf Blofeld. It's a table-top 25-voice polyphonic, 16-part multitimbral, digital synthesizer capable of wavetable synthesis and analogue modelling.

I used for the recording the following FX chain:
Waldorf Blofeld - GFI System Specular Reverb 2 - Alesis 3630

The signal goes via a small Behringer mixer straight into the pc.

To create the complete song I recorded consecutively several stereo tracks. The final song was then mastered with just a bit EQ and compression on some tracks and some limiting on the master track.

Well, I decided to go back to the basics, but at the same time make something useful for the synth community and do a kind of competition (I like competitions;-). What's my best synth for ambient music :-)"

Song 1 here.

Korg Wavestation SR

via this auction

This one is in via a supporting member. Remember, supporting members are free to send their synth listings in. MIDI2CV 5U MIDI CV/GATE/TRIGGERS Modular Interface

via this auction

Some details in Googlish via

"This module is articulated around an arduino with a home integration. Four CV output, six gate / trig outputs, one clock input. All inputs / outputs are protected. The CV outputs work between 0 and 8 volts to cover a range of 8 octaves.
The whole electronics comes on a 90x90mm PCB mounted perpendicular to the facade.

The software allows to play fluently in all situations of games (related notes, quilts, outfits, etc.). All the notes supported are played immediately and all the notes are buffered and put in a FIFO type buffer.
For MIDI2CV functions to interface keyboards, sequencers or other MIDI system, it is possible to use this module in mono, polyphonic 1 channel and 4 separate channels but also a dual mode where you can play two right hand notes and left hand arpeggios if you have a keyboard with the split function or if you connect two keyboards. The Sustain MIDI pedal if it is connected to the keyboard (s) is managed according to the modes.

For the arpeggiator, four arpeggios are proposed clocked on the sixteenth note midi-clock if it is available or on an external clock. There are also several modes: fixed hold or pedal sustain, or free.

The MIDI2TRIG can send either trigs of a few milliseconds or Gates of the duration of the pressing of the keys on the outputs Gates in 0 / + 5V or on the outputs CV whose level will depend on the velocity of the note played . It is also possible to have 8 keys assigned to have 8 gates. The keys played are defined by default or assignable by a learning mode.

The CLOCK mode allows you to have the BMP midi at / 4, / 3, / 2, x1, x2, x3, x4. If the midi-cock is not available, then the external clock will also be available at the same reports. That is, divisor and also clock multiplier.

The MIDI2CC allows you to have the cutoff, and other main controls commands (CC) available on the outputs. CCs are defined and directly modifiable in the code.

Whatever the mode of use of the module, the signal of the midi clock (MIDI_CLOCK) will always be available on a dedicated output in x24 as well as the commands of stop / continue / stop on another dedicated output."

Kawai K-5000s Advanced Additive & PCM Based Synthesizer SN 592814

via this auction

"This unit is in excellent condition however the keys have noticeably faded from age."

Sequential Circuits Pro One SN 7530

via this auction

"The Pro-One is of the greatest mono synths of all time . This example is n very good condition and recently serviced by Kent Spong . The keyboard has also just had all the bushings replaced and plays beautifully. Cosmetically no big marks or scratches and the lettering around the dials is still clean and bold . There’s some wear to the lettering around where the output jacks are on the back panel but this is fairly typical for a model of this age."

Yamaha CS50 and CS60 Synth Original Owners Manual

via this auction

Mystic Circuits EYEtenuator applications and patch examples

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Mystic Circuits

"Putting together a few patch examples for the EYEtenuator that didn't make it into the main infomercial video. This video should give a more comprehensive look at how the EYEtenuator works and why it is useful in a patch."

You can find the EYEtenuator infomercial and details on the module here.

Kilpatrick Audio Phenol // Patch 041 - Sequence5

Published on Dec 28, 2017 DiscoverNoise

DiscoverNoise 125-
Kilpatrick Audio Phenol 042-

Faster sequence with one dark "roaring" voice and brigther one.


One Minute Synthesizer P-Review! Ep. 5 Erica Synths Black Dual VCF

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Noir Et Blanc Vie

"Just a quick demo using the Erica Synths Black Dual VCF. This is such a versatile filter, it's got a very very permanent place in my rack, it's got multimode filters and parallel and series mode! I'll be doing a full overview/review of this in the coming weeks, look forward to it!"

Roland D-05 demo | Sound modes Original vs Clear

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Woody Piano Shack

"The Roland D-05 offers two sound modes, Original and Clear. Many of my viewers are curious about these two modes so we will do a sound demo of the internal factory sequencer running in both modes. Is there a difference in the sound? Let your ears be the judge!"

Analog Rytm MKII Sampling Polyrhythmic (polymeter) Q-Performance Stuff

Published on Dec 28, 2017 cuckoomusic

Here's a (far too long) video of sampling with the new Analog Rytm MKII. Also some what I was thinking polyrhyhtmic sequencing, but as commenter Mattias (who is also an analog engineer at Elektron) pointed out is polymeter rhythms, and an attempt at explaining how to set up the performances.
(Sorry for the length… Focusing and staying efficient when on holidays is really difficult! Longing back to the studio!)"

3 Modules #39: Dual Looping Delay, Clouds, Ripples

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Comparative Irrelevance

"Do you guys like tuba ambient? It's seriously the best. This patch was inspired by the works of tuba ambient man Tom Heasley. Go check out his music!

Really nothing too fancy going on in this patch. This one's just about turning the right knobs at the right time.

Patch notes:

I'm using Ripples to produce sound by turning the resonance up to self-oscillation level, and I have the BP output patched back into the FM input for some richer tuba-like timbres.

The audio is fed into Clouds, where I'm using the Density parameter to control when the sound is passed through. I'm also using Clouds' pitch shifting to control the pitch of the notes - had to practice a little to find just the knob positions I wanted here. Clouds also adds a bunch of reverb, of course, and then passes the audio on to the Dual Looping Delay.

I've set each channel on the DLD to very slightly different delay times (using the "unquantized time control" by holding down ∞Hold while turning the Time knobs). This creates a little stereo movement in the loops when each channel is sent left and right respectively."

004//The Seething Depths [Atonal Ambient] - Eurorack and Eventide Space

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Alastair Wilson

"A dark, atonal, semi-self-generating modular patch using a small Eurorack setup sent through an Eventide Space hall reverb, using Ableton Live as a tempo source. No other processing has been applied.

I stupidly forgot to document the patch over on Modular Grid before I unpatched it, but here's the setup I used:

Good luck recreating it!
It's essentially FM on each Mother 32 oscillator by their respective LFOs, with Maths providing some slow modulation. One VCF output from a Mother 32 is patched into the external audio input of the other via Veils. The rest of that cable kraken is just adding subtleties and interest to the patch! The Mother 32s are panned apart into the stereo inputs of the Eventide Space.

Many people love the Blackhole algorithm on the Space, but I actually prefer Hall for huge, evil ambiences. It's a very dark reverb that works perfectly for patches like this one."

Yamaha DX7 IID E! Grey Matter Part. 4

Published on Dec 27, 2017 DKS SYNTH LAB

All parts here.

Patch n Tweak

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