MATRIXSYNTH: Saturday, April 7, 2018

Saturday, April 07, 2018

Metunar & Downware Communications - Full Stereo


Published on Apr 7, 2018 Metunar

Music by Metunar & Downware Communications
Video by Metunar

Instruments used in this track:
- Dave Smith OB-6
- Studiologic Sledge
- Mutable Instruments Ambika
- EMU SP-12 Turbo
- Roland SH-2
- Roland D-550

Roland TR-808 Comparison: Clavia Nord Modular, Nepheton, TS-808, and Sample Packs


Published on Apr 6, 2018 Erik Kirton

"This started as what I thought was going to be a simple project. Essentially, I wanted to program a few TR-808 sounds, as authentically as possible, on my Clavia Nord Modular synthesizer. After countless hours researching and meticulously building each sound from scratch, I was quite pleased with the results.

The TR-808 utilizes a few tricks that one might not discover, without actually seeing and understanding the schematics that Roland designers created. High hats, for instance, aren't built on noise, as many believe, but rather on six separate pulse wave oscillators, which are then sent through a series of bandpass and highpass filters. The snare drum is similar. Oddly, the most used sound, the bass drum, is the easiest to program.

In the end, I took the liberty to alter some of the instruments to my taste. To me, the high hats on the Nord Modular sound more musical, because the six pulse waves are tuned slightly differently than the original. Additionally, the snare has more mid-range frequencies, and the claps are cleaner. The claves are virtually identical to the TR-808, as is the bass drum. I did add a longer sustain and an overdrive module to bring the sound out a little better, though. Other than that, the instruments you don't hear in the video (i.e. toms, congas, maracas, etc.) have a higher dynamic range, but are otherwise almost 1:1, with the TR-808. I even programed the trigger noise, for that Egyptian Lover vibe. The rimshot, however, is killing me. Even looking at the schematics, I just can't nail that sound. We'll see. I'll get it, one day.

A little bit about the other instruments in the video:

The TR-808 was mine. I sold it years ago, but was thoughtful enough to record all of the sounds, using practically every setting possible. I included it because, despite all the sample libraries I own, I know that my TR-808 was recorded without any alterations of the original sound.

In my ears, the Nepheton, from D16, just doesn't cut through a mix. I love the interface, however. It's easy to come up with a quick beat; but, ultimately, I normally just use the sequence and replace the sounds with those from other instruments or sample packs.

Tactile Sound's TS-808 is free and many of the sounds are much, much better than those from the Nepheton. The claves, for instance, sound wonderful, and the high hats are the best emulation I've heard in a VST.

The samples came from various packs. They're all thrown together in a single folder on my computer, so I can't even say where I purchased them from. Sample packs are nice because they offer so many different types of compression, distortion, and other effects that I might not have in my studio. On the other hand, they're static. Often, I'll find a particular sound which is almost perfect. That's the point: "Almost" is like almost being happy. One either is, or isn't.

On a final note, I also own a Roland TR-8S. It's not included here because there are already countless videos on the Aira gear. I will say this, though: Roland nailed it. They actually listened to users and implemented many of the things we missed on the original TR-8. Still, not even they seem able to authentically emulate the TR-808's rimshot. I guess, that's where the sampling function comes in handy.

Anyway, I hope that someone finds this useful. I would sincerely appreciate questions or feedback. Usually, I'm pretty good about answering... almost."

This one is in via liquid sky berlin.

Fairlight In The Loon Garden - Fairlight CMI III + Waldorf Blofeld


Published on Apr 7, 2018 100 Things I Do

"Until very recently I had no idea that the 'Loon Bird' sample was an original Emulator sound... or more to the fact, that the 808 state / Jungle bird sound was that of the Loon!

After finding and hearing all the samples that were originally a factory disk patch set I decided I had to do a track with them. I sampled the original sounds into the Fairlight as a multi voice sample and this is what came out!"

Kawai SX-210 Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer SN K-6482


via this auction

"The Kawai SX-210 (also manufactured under the name of Teisco) was widely ignored when released back in 1983 and is actually quite an underrated synthesizer. The SX-210 uses DCOs (1 per voice) with traditional analog VCF (filter) and VCA envelope generators. It features 8-voice polyphony, a 4-voice mode using 2 DCO per voice, and a monophonic unison lead mode (8 stacked oscillators!!). The SX-210 certainly stacks up well against the more popular Roland Juno-60 and Korg Polysix synths.

Program changes are entered using a global "Increment" wheel sort of like those used on the Roland Alpha Juno series. Fortunately its implementation is much better on the SX-210 - just hit a parameter switch and adjust the dial to the desired value or effect. The downside is there are only 32 memory patches. The oscillator section offers 3 waveforms, a sub-osc and PWM control plus a noise generator. The low pass VCF (filter) has its own ADSR envelope generator. There's also a high pass filter. The LFO can modulate both DCO, VCF and VCA, all at the same time! It is also one of the only synths to feature both glissando and portamento. The SX-210 is pretty rare, only a few thousand may have been made. This rarity and its capable sound quality make it a great find."

New Exodus Digital Valkyrie Desktop Hardware Synthesizer Coming to the Musikmesse



It looks like we have a new maker with a new hardware synthesizer coming to the Musikmesse this year. Launch the player above and read on.


"Exodus Digital is a UK company that has built an exciting new virtual analogue hardware synthesizer. Here at MusikMesse, we’re unveiling Valkyrie. It’s here on stand F46 in hall 4.1. See and hear Valkyrie for yourself. When you play it, you’ll soon find out Valkyrie really is the next level in sound synthesis. With guaranteed 128 voice performance, 8 independent parts, each with a nine-module effects unit, Valkyrie is a true powerhouse.

Sound generation is all done in custom designed hardware at an incredible 32x oversampled rate and there’s ten oscillators per voice (1,280 in total) which can be doubled to twenty by combining two voices. There’s two wavetable oscillators available each offering 4,096 perfectly looped single cycle waveforms. Valkyrie’s filters are also implemented in hardware and are accurate emulations of classic two and four pole filters. Valkyrie has all the features you’d expect of a virtual analog synthesizer but takes it to the next level; there’s hard synchronisation, ring modulation, frequency modulation, wavetables and the hypersaw from heaven waiting for you to experiment with.

With four stereo 32 bit 96kHz outputs and 8 part streaming over USB 2.0 at 96kHz, physical and USB MIDI, Valkyrie integrates into your setup perfectly.

Valkyrie is perfect for live performance as well as studio-based producers. With a comprehensive control surface with real knobs and buttons as well as high-resolution OLED display, Valkyrie is a pleasure to work with and it comes complete with a full interactive editor/librarian application for Windows and Mac.

Valkyrie is the new standard in synthesis. See and hear the difference for yourself – we look forward to seeing you at MusikMesse !

Processing: 32x oversampled 32-bit hardware sound generation. 96kHz floating point sound processing.
Analogue outputs: 4 balanced stereo pairs using 32 bit DAC at 96kHz sample rate.
USB audio: USB Audio Class 2.0 - 8 stereo 24-bit streams at 96kHz with 48kHz downsample mode available.
USB 2.0 and legacy (5-pin DIN connector) MIDI
Display: High resolution 256x64 pixel graphic OLED
Polyphony: Guaranteed contention-free 128 voice channels. A Dual Mode or Dual Filter Patch uses two voice channels per note played. Up to 32 notes (single or dual) per multitimbral part.
Multitimbrality: 8 independent Parts each with dedicated 9 module multi effects with dedicated audio stream via USB. Each Part can be mixed to one of the four analogue stereo line outputs.
Full keyboard microtuning capability with MIDI Tuning Standard (MTS) support.
Oscillators: Two primary virtually alias-free Oscillator Groups per voice each with sawtooth, pulse, wavetable and noise available simultaneously. Each oscillator group also has an independent detunable suboscillator with four selectable shapes and two selectable pitches. Real Hard Sync, Ring Modulation and FM (frequency modulation) is available between the oscillator groups.
Hypersaw: 6 or 12 real oscillator hypersaw with adjustable geometric detuning and intensity algorithm.
Wavetables: 4096 18-bit linear PCM single-cycle oversampled wavetables covering a huge range of synthetic and emulated sound sources. Two independent wavetables per voice.
Filters: Accurate emulations of classic analogue ladder filters with low pass, band pass and high pass configurations. 2-pole (12dB/octave) and 4-pole (24dB/octave) responses are available for all three filter types. A Patch can be configured to have linked or independent parallel filters.
Envelope Generators: Three fast-response ADSR envelope generators.
LFOs: 3 LFOs with 64 wavetable shapes. Monophonic, polyphonic, random, antiphase and quadrature phase settings.
Modulation Matrix: 6 channels with up to 3 destinations per channel.
Effects: Nine module stereo effects unit per Part with a 3-band shelving EQ, a Formant Filter, 5-mode Distortion module, dual Limiters, stereo Delay module, 6-stage Phaser, Chorus/Flanger module and a Reverb module. All 72 effects modules can be used simultaneously without affecting polyphony.
Arpeggiator with 128 preset patterns, chord mode, MIDI clock.
Patch storage: 3,328 in total all of which are user programmable.
Free Editor/Librarian app for Windows and Mac."

New Frequency Central Wave Runner LFO in 5U/MU


via Frequency Central

"Wave Runner is a multi-waveform sync-able LFO based on the Electric Druid TAPLFO2D family of code, but with some significant additions and improvements. The WAVERUNNER 1 PIC and code is exclusive to Frequency Central and was developed specifically for the Wave Runner, and is not compatible with similar modules.

8 waveforms:

sawtooth
ramp
pulse
triangle
sine
noise
sample and hold
stepped triangle/sawtooth/ramp

All waveforms can be skewed using the Distort knob, as well as control over pulse width of square, and distortion of the cyclic waveforms, this get you control over Noise freq as well as bitcrushing, bitcrush of S/H down to 1 bit for random triggers.

Tap sync input, for syncing to whatever. Wave Runner measures the last two incoming pulses and syncs itself to these. Multiply knob allows for Wave Runner to run at x0.5, x1, x1.5, x2, x3 and x4 of the incoming sync pulse. Freq is from stupid slow (0.025Hz) into low audio range (50Hz).

The module also features Level CV input to control the absolute output level of the LFO.

Price: £150 GBP plus shipping

For orders and queries please contact me at:

frequencycentral@yahoo.com"

Darkglass Alpha Omega Ultra + Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Alter


Published on Apr 7, 2018 tl3ss

Some info on the Darkglass Alpha Omega Ultra via Darkglass:


"The Alpha·Omega Ultra is the most versatile bass preamplifier we’ve designed: With its two distinct distortion circuits (Alpha and Omega), extremely high dynamic range, six-band active graphic EQ, dedicated headphone output and balanced direct output with switchable digital impulse-response cabinet emulation make for an incredibly complete tool for the modern bass player."

Live jam with a Minibrute 2s and a delay pedal


Published on Apr 7, 2018 inside synthesis

"Jamming with a Minibrute 2s and a delay pedal. That's it! Both the bassline and the drums are coming just from this one module.

I have a tips & tricks video coming soon. I promise I won't flake this time (sorry about the lack of Minilogue). It's all done. I just have to record the narration."

Orthogonal Devices ER-101 ER-102 Indexed Quad Sequencer REVIEW (1/2) Eurorack Sequencer Modules


Published on Apr 7, 2018 SonicVoltage

"Orthogonal Devices ER-101 ER-102 Review (Part 1) Euroroack Modular Indexed Quad Sequencer & Controller

The Orthogonal Devices (OD) ER-101 is a Eurorack Modular Four Tracks Gate and CV Sequencer with 1 Gate and 2 CV channels per Track.

The ER-102 is the Sequencer Controller expander module which augments overall sequencing and modulation capabilities and also adds CV/Gate Recording.

In Part 1 of this ER101 and ER102 Review video series,
(Subscribe to this YouTube Channel, do not miss next episode!), we take a look at the overall features of both modules and we focus more on the main features of the ER-101, from a high-level understanding of this unique Sequencer to hands-on examples including Step Editing, Math Transforms, Smooth, etc...

Does the Orthogonal Devices ER-101 Sequencer and User Interface Paradigm work?

In Part 2 we will focus hands-on on the Orthogonal Devices ER-102 Sequencer Controller module

Orthogonal Devices ER-101 ER-102 - Part-1 REVIEW INDEX:

Odd Thing


Published on Apr 7, 2018 zack dagoba

"Using the Arp Odyssey (early back version with 12db filter) and the matching Arp 1601 sequencer, alongside an Akai S612 sampler. I'm using the sequencer to trigger and pitch the Odyssey as well as the Akai (via a CV to MIDI converter). I love this patch! See https://myblogitsfullofstars.blogspot... for more"

CRUMAR DS2 REPAIR


Published on Apr 7, 2018 Really Nice Audio

"What is it that makes these synths notorious for their unreliability.
And what is all the white gunk found on the circuit boards?

To help support the channel:
BTC: 1FC8o4fr8eiDvb3PrRmdQUxxTEBmWm7ics
ETH: 0x7d207DF7613bC77A3E86E028d71E238bEc5b81EC"

Sequencing a modular synthesizer with a tin of beans


Published on Apr 6, 2018 Ubasuteyama

"Decided to create a patch using a tin of Heinz bean.

Patch info:
There's a contact mic attached to the tin of beans which is running into Mutable Instruments Ears to create a gate voltage output. That output is being used as the master clock source to advance various sequencers which are running various other modules.

Divisions of the beans clock source are also being used to create transpositions and trigger various other events."

Before You Know // Eurorack, Squarp Hermod, Plaits, Mangrove, Telharmonic & Plonk


Published on Apr 7, 2018 Lost For Words

"First play/track with the Squarp Hermod. Just a simple single sequence. Recorded directly to cassette. Mastered with Ozone in Reaper. Patch notes below :

All sequencing from Hermod.
Track 1 to plaits in classic waveforms mode with 2nd osc offset. Chance set as an effect on Hermod. Aux output goes to the Tapo delay.
Track 2 pitch only to Telharmonic which drones continuously.
Track 3 to Plonk with ratchet effect
Track 4 is a modulator track sending LFO to Plaits morph
Track 5 to Mother 32
Track 6 is pulse note only to trigger the drum on Peaks LHS
Track 7 is an arpeggio sent to Mangrove. Fast and over 3 octaves. This track runs from the beginning because I'm not using a gate/envelope on the Mangrove. I bring the sound in in via the Erica Synths Black mixer slightly off camera and Maths controls the Three Sisters filter cutoff so it sweeps in and out. Maths is also modulating the panning on the Black mixer. Love this Mangrove sound."

MFOS Ultimate + Expander - Simple Patch Jams


Published on May 27, 2017 nealt900

"I've been working a lot out of town, and am finally getting time to play around with the MFOS Ultimate!

Everything you hear is coming from the Ultimate+Expander, recorded live, with a bit of reverb/delay added in from the mixer."

MFOS Ultimate - Live Session # 2

Published on Jul 17, 2017 nealt900

"This session includes the MFOS Ultimate + Expander, plus a minilogue & volca beats. Everything on the track was sequenced live using the beatstep pro."

Ambient Modular :: Faraway :: Plaits, Tides, Rings, Clouds, Peaks


Published on Apr 7, 2018 Mike Thomas

"Just a wandering/ambient exploration of some tones from Mutable Instruments new module: Plaits.

Thought I'd try using rotorvideos.com to produce the video for the piece. Pretty cool, but not sure whether I'll use it again.


Patch Notes
==========
Tune is in pentatonic major, set on O_C.

Leading bass tone that becomes weaving bass line is Tides sequenced by O_C with the v/oct sent through Intellijel 1U clock/random/slew. Tides Smooth shaped by the same v/oct signal (attenuated), and Shape by a slow LFO from Peaks.

"Ethereal flute" sound is Clouds in granular mode, playing back a sample of Plaits recorded from this patch. Reverb turned up high, and Position slowly modulated by Peaks. Clouds Frequency manually moved up and down an octave as the piece progresses.

'Plucking percussive mandolin' is Rings sequenced by O_C and "strummed" by Pamela's Workout. Volume modulated by Peaks and Veils.

Main voice is Plaits in Granular Formant Oscillator mode. Main output to 2hp Delay. Aux output to Ripples, with final level controlled by a channel of Peaks. Plaits Level, Timbre and Morph voltage controlled by WMD Mini-Slew in triggered/envelope mode and Harmonic by the v/oct that controls the bass line. Plenty of manual wiggling of these controls as well. Mini-Slew very lightly FM'd by a channel of Peaks, and also manually wiggled to control the envelope in certain sections.

Bass percussion is a TipTop ONE sample.

There's more VC going on here than I've mentioned. In this small-ish 'Mostly Mutable' case I have to mult and/or attenuate my control voltages in order to have enough modulation, so I end up re-using sequence VC as well as using LFOs and random to wiggle various aspects of the patch.

Sounds and submixes all routed to Intellijel Mixup, which sends stereo to 2hp Verb and on to Intellijel uJack module. Thus, in this case 2hp Verb is the final effect. It holds up pretty well, I think. You just have to be careful not to overdrive it, or it will distort.

Piece produced entirely 'in the case'. Recorded direct to digital on a Sony PCMD50 with no effects added."

Live jam with Digitakt + DFAM + Nano Garden + OP-1


Published on Feb 26, 2018 Marcus Amaker

"free download: https://tapeloop.bandcamp.com/album/o...
(and check out the new album: https://youtu.be/Mook1KG9bTg)

a 21-minute collage of electronic music, recorded live in my backyard.

gear used: Elektron Digitakt, Moog DFAM, Teenage Engineering’s OP-1, Folktek Nano Garden, Teenage Engineering’s PO-16, Spire.

tape loop = marcus amaker, poet laureate of charleston, sc. http://marcusamaker.com"

7 04 18 Ciat-Lonbarde - Sidrax Organ


Published on Apr 7, 2018 batchas

"Trying out some sounds on the Sidrax Organ.
Effect: Eventide H9."

BLACK HOOD THEME// Juno-106, TR8, Prophet6, Prophet12


Published on Apr 7, 2018 MR TUNA Music

"The Black Hood awaits"

Roland JX-10 MIDI Analog Synthesizer Keyboard w/ Original Box


via this auction

"Purchased in 1986, single owner, studio use only, very good condition, however, the polyphonic aftertouch feature no longer seems to work. Includes two additional memory cartridges and owner's manual. Very likely all of the batteries used to back up the memory will need to be replaced soon. Shipped in original box with identifying marks covered."

The AT probably does work, you just have to stand on it. The AT in this era of Rolands are notorious for being extremely difficult to coerce out of them. I'm guessing they weren't so when new? It is interesting. I've recently played a CS60 with amazingly subtle and expressive aftertouch and the 60 came out in 1977. The JX-10 was released in 1986.

Boss CE-2W with Synths


Published on Apr 7, 2018 Elpiulas

"Boss CE-2w WazaCraft with synthesizers (Sh01-a)
Enjoy."

Frequency Fodder #LiveFromTheLab Vol 005 - ModularSynth Improv w/ KORG MS-20


Published on Apr 7, 2018 Frequency Fodder

"Frequency Fodder jamming live in the studio. Completely improvised synthesizer music using control voltage.

Recorded live via UAD 4-710D & UAD Apollo Twin to Ableton on OS-X."

Let's Play SONIXINEMA Resonate - FREE Kontakt 5 Virtual Instrument (No Talking) | SYNTH ANATOMY


Published on Apr 7, 2018 SYNTH ANATOMY

"SONIXINEMA Resonate is a free virtual instrument for Kontakt 5. It's based on a resonant metal bowl, perfect for percussive underscore, bowed effects and cinematic textures. Here is a short sound demo of it.

Available here: https://www.sonixinema.com/resonate

Support SYNTH NEWS over Patreon and get access to free sound content (sample & preset libraries, free plugins... & participate on exclusive giveaways) https://www.patreon.com/synthanatomy"

Mutable Instruments - Marbles (random sampler) *In Depth Eurorack Demo Tutorial*


Published on Apr 7, 2018 DivKidVideo

"****PLEASE NOTE*** lots of the sections below make use of various other features on the module. Some contain feedback patching using random voltages to influence rhythms or clock jitter etc. But the timings will guide you through what’s in focus for each patch at any given time. Skip around to your hearts content, or grab good drink get your feet up and set an hour aside to watch the full thing. This will also serve as a semi-tutorial for random functions you’ll find in other modules so it’s well worth watching (if I do say so myself) to get the most out of other random sources too. Cheers! :)

INTRO

00:00:03 Hello!
00:00:11 Patch previews / What’s to come
00:01:32 Intro feature run down / What is Marbles?

T SECTION (gates/clocks)

PEAKS - Rhythms & Metallic Screams | 2 RINGS Session | EURORACK | Modular Synth


Published on Apr 7, 2018 Michael Kert

"Using the Mutable Instruments Peaks eurorack module as rhythm generator in my Eurorack setup. I have created a 4-voice jam with two Rings modules and use the MI Peaks functions kick and snare to have a solid eurorack drum base.
Mutable Instruments Peaks is an LFO, ADSR envelope generator, Tap tempo LFO, drum synth, mini sequencer, trigger delay and trigger randomizer. It's a swiss army knife module that is very versatile."

microKorg, Volca Keys and Bass Live Jam - Omniform by Laser Pig


Published on Apr 7, 2018 ChrisLody

"Been a while, but here's a nice live version of Ominform that I've been practising for an upcoming live gig.

I'm using Renoise as a sequencer and sampler here with a microKorg, Volca Keys and Bass sequenced through a midi thru box. The Nano Kontrol is used to tweak sounds and trigger patterns. Out of shot is an Alesis MultiMix 16 firewire recording the audio and a Zoom 1201 providing the reverb."

Elektron Analog RYTM & Roland SE02


Published on Apr 7, 2018 3rdStoreyChemist

"Jamming with the Analog RYTM drum machine and a SE02 synthesiser synced together. The SE02 is sequenced by an Octatrack

No further processing except for normalisation."

2HP Pluck - a timeless beauty of a module


Published on Apr 7, 2018 Molten Music Technology

"I think my search for the perfect sound for my rack has ended. Wow! This is a stunning little module. This is my first play with the 2HP Pluck, a little physical modelling module. I put the Turing machine into the V/Oct input via the uScale Quantizer and fed some gates in from the Verona randomRHYTHM. I added some delay and reverb, and modulated the Decay knob a little bit. I guess this is why people like Rings so much :)"

Mutable Instruments Braids As Drum Machine


Published on Apr 7, 2018 chisel316

"In this fun little video I'm using the Tall Dog uBraids SE (based on Mutable Instruments Braids Eurorack module) as a drum machine. This is accomplished by using META mode, which allows precise selection of the synth engines through CV. In this case, I'm using the Snazzy FX Ardcore (purple module on the bottom left) as a four step sequencer that is sending CV to the FM input on the uBraids to select KICK-CYMB-SNAR-TOY* to create the drum pattern. I'm using the Sequins app on the o_C (Ornament & Crime) into the 1V/Oct input of the uBraids to create the note sequence. These modules are triggered from Pamela's New Workout. The effects are added in real-time by turning knobs on the Novation Launch Control XL (out of the picture) that is mapped to DDMf Envelope for Reverb and Audio Damage Dubstation 2 for stereo delay. The panning is also done in real-time using Kymatica AUM (iOS mixer app) which also hosts the effects. Hope you enjoy it! Peace \/.

Note: I could've simplified this patch by using the o_C for both sequences instead of using the Ardcore, but I'm new to the o_C and forgot that the Sequins app has two independent sequencers."

Let's Create: Minimal Techno with the Teenage Engineering OP-1 (short Track)


Published on Apr 7, 2018 umonox

"Hello my Friends! My vacation is over now, but i still wanna share this one with you: Another Let's Create with the almighty OP-1 from Teenage Engineering! :-) And its Minimal Techno again. At least i think it's Minimal Techno. But im not sure, since the definition of Genres constantly changes from decade to decade :-D At least it is what i associate with that Music Genre.

I hope you like this one. It took much longer to create than you actually see. I had something different in the making for almost the whole week - until i noticed it doesnt work and i had to scratch everything. So i ended up with this one :-)

Leave me a like if you enjoyed this Video, hit Subscribe if you havent so already - and i wish you a great time my friends! I see you very soon.

All the best,
umonox"

Digitone Mega Tutorial


Published on Apr 7, 2018 cuckoomusic

"Hello. Elektron recently released their new FM synth, the Digitone. This is a long tutorial for the Digitone where I'm going through many aspects of the machine while making music and sounds.

If you wanna support my work with these videos, you can do it by either buying stuff from my store, or by supporting me monthly on Patreon.

http://store.truecuckoo.com
https://www.patreon.com/cuckoomusic

Cheers!"

Modulaarinen Aamukahvi part2


Published on Apr 7, 2018 Petri Kauppi

"Aamujamittelua modulaarilla"

National Panasonic RF 1300 Rhythm Machine 70's Rare Vintage


Published on Apr 6, 2018 SUBTOKYOSHOP


via this auction

"National Panasonic RF-1300 Rhythm Machine 70's Vintage Analog Drum & Radio - This unit has some scratches and discoloration, but operational and functional in pretty good condition. We have tested all switches, knobs, outputs works fine. The AM Radio does not work besides FM Radio is working. Not sure but some of the rhythm patterns sounds not original, check the youtube video please."

Also see this one from last year.

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