MATRIXSYNTH: Saturday, April 21, 2018

Saturday, April 21, 2018

"Melancholia" (raw ambient demo) Kawai K4r synthesizer


Published on Apr 21, 2018 Kawai K4r Fan

"Recording and composing with Roland MC-50mkII
Raw mix from Kawai K4r. NO FX!
21.04.2018"

Rescue Poole


Published on Apr 21, 2018 davidryle

"Taking inspiration from a sonar rescue sequence in a 50 year old film.

The sliding ping sound (approaching the target) features the STG Soundlabs Envelope Generator and Sidecar module. I am using a slow LFO with a ramp wave to the T1 input which controls the delay of the envelope. There are three timed gates. One is from the source LFO which fires the envelope initially and makes the FM/Sync sound. The other two (low ping and high ping) are from the EG T1 and T4 stages. Panning is with a Q111 pan module from synthesizers.com.

The original film sounds are much less complicated and only two sounds are used to create the sonar effect. In this example I used three sounds but the idea is the same in general."

Synclaver V & Hardware Vintage Synclavier II


Published on Apr 21, 2018 100 Things I Do

"I have owned the hardware Synclavier II for a while now and what might surprise some people is that I also still use the Arturia Synclavier V. In some ways they can sound very much alike, in others they can be a very different beast.

I started to do a clip comparing the Synclavier V to the Vintage Synclavier II and ended up starting a track! So how do they sit together in a mix ? Pretty well actually.

I will get back to a direct comparison soon... well .. as soon as I can figure out how to do it without it turning into a flame war :D"

ROLAND JUPITER-6 Vintage Analog Synthesizer w/ Europa


via this auction

"Very good condition Roland Jupiter 6, professionally restored and with Europa mod installed, which adds additional sequencing, arpeggiation, sound control, and MIDI capabilities.

This is simply an incredible synthesizer, with some of the widest capabilities available during its time:
- 2x LFOs, each with multiple waveforms
- 2x VCOs each with multiple waveform choices
- VCO cross-modulation
- PWM modulation
- independent VCO detune
- 2x ADSR envelopes
- Polyphonic Glide
- Keyboard split (so bottom & top half of keyboard can use different patches with a 2/4 or 4/2 voice split)
- 6 voice unison mode
- Polyrhythmic sequencing & arpeggiation
- Patch/preset memory"

Behringer Roland System 100m Clones - Full Line-up of Modules & Details on Each

Follow-up to this post. Some additional details from Uli Behringer:

“These are 13 MID’s or concept documents we create for every single product as part of our PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) process before we hand them over to our R&D departments for development,” he notes. “We haven’t decided yet which of these modules we will actually produce as it is important that we achieve a certain production volume.”

“This is just the beginning,” he adds. “Our Vision is to build both legacy modules but also come up with innovative solutions which we have demonstrated with the DeepMind or the Neutron.”

We are equally excited to cooperate with creative module makers and many have already contacted us. We believe that such co-operations are mutually beneficial and I am convinced that our efficient supply chain can help these makers to get their products into the hands of lots of people. We are looking forward to meeting as many designers as possible at SuperBooth.”

All modules and specs:


165 Dual Portamento Controller for Eurorack

Legendary 165 dual Portamento Controller module from the ‘80’s
Authentic reproduction of original “System 100M*” circuitry
Artist roster includes world’s most famous pop, rock and jazz musicians
Dual Portamento Controllers with 2 controls and On/O switch
Each controllers has CV, Portamento and MPX inputs plus CV outputs
Eurorack specs: 16 HP, XX mA +12 V, XX mA -12 V
6 controls and switches give you real-time access to all important parameters

CB "Pouring Rain" Live w/ PPG Wave 2.2


Published on Jul 6, 2017 FLUIDE INTERACTIVE

This one in via Cornel Hecht, spotted on Reverb Nation.

SundaySynth #7 : We Will Rock You (Cover) : Mellotron Tracks


Published on Apr 21, 2018 Khoral Central

"Working on my 'We Will Rock You' cover, using Gforce M-Tron Pro."

korg volca and ms legacy cell


Published on Apr 21, 2018 Rui Joaquim

Mopho + Mopho = Duopho (DSI poly chain demo)


Published on Apr 21, 2018 poorness studios

"In this video I go over the steps to poly chain a Mopho Keyboard and Mopho Desktop from Dave Smith Instruments. You can do this with any synths in Prophet '08, Tetra, and Mopho product lines."

iPad soundscapes with AUM Volt Zeeon + keystep & seaboard (& a small doggy)


Published on Apr 21, 2018 junklight

"working towards a live set - thinking the iPad might be the best route for me for the moment.

only camera audio - I'll record a proper version of a set when I've got it all worked out"

Scramble Everything - Pitch Scrambling Effect from Optotronics


Published on Apr 21, 2018 e j

From the makers of Oi, Kant!

"purchase here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/59534...

Scramble Everything is a strange little synthesiser: both sound generator (it generates random sequences) and an effects unit, a pitch shifter.

The scramble suit in ‘Scanner Darkly’ was “an invention of the Bell laboratories, conjured up by accident by an employee named S. A. Powers... Basically, his design consisted of a multifaceted quartz lens hooked up to a million and a half physiognomic fraction-representations of various people: men and women, children, with every variant encoded and then projected outward in all directions equally onto a superthin shroudlike membrane large enough to fit around an average human. In any case, the wearer of a scramble suit was Everyman and in every combination (up to combinations of a million and a half sub-bits) during the course of each hour. Hence, any description of him - or her - was meaningless.”

Scramble Everything is the scramble suit of synthesisers. Whatever source you use on the input, the output will be completely scrambled, human and non-human speech-like sounds.
The main star of Scramble Everything is the pitch filter effect unit based on robotic voice modulator IC – HT8950 – which can be used either together with the internal random sequencer, or as a standalone effects unit. You can then, following Philip K. Dick, use any input source and scramble the shit out of it. Does the output still contain remains of the original sound? If you want to jump between two realities you can use the special slider that will easily transport you to the other side. Spooky! Can it get more sci-fi? Yes. The filter’s frequency not only can be controlled with the knob, but also with the light. Scramble Everything contains an RGB light source, and its colour sequence (controlled by the internal random sequencer) changes the tone of the filter. The scramble tone then depends on the intensity of each colour (red, green and blue). Additionally Scramble Everything contains three switches for each colour, so you can decide if you want to have smooth or abrupt transitions between the colours.
You can also control the amount of slide between the steps, switch from staccato to legato and vice-versa, control the pitch of the sequencer and its frequency range.
You can also use the random trigger output to trigger external sound sources.

If you want to know more about scrambled realities, please have a look at the Scramble Reading Pack here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/0gbiwvc7agw...

Scramble Everything runs on either 9 or 12V power supply, 600mA minimum. You can also use a 9V battery.
It has 5.5mm x 2.1mm power barrel (center negative): https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/czUAAO...

Scramble Everything was designed by Ewa Justka. Some of the conceptual framework of the machine is a result of a collaboration between Ewa Justka and Roc Jiménez de Cisneros."

ACL - Multifunction Discrete VCO


via liquid sky berlin, via https://www.gearpornberlin.com

"from acl - audiophile circuits league we expect in september / october 2018 a monster über-oscillator in eurorackformat.

price: t.b.a.

check out this massive sub oscillator section! perfect for rocking the dancefloors of this planet!"

"Features:

- Fine tune with 10 turn precision pot approximately 1 octave
- Coarse tune approximately 10 octaves
- V/Oct input
- Exponential modulation
- Linear modulation
- Linear detune
- LFO mode
- Sync - CV variable soft to hard sync with external “carrier “ wave input, falling/rising edge
sync
- VCO core resetting with a gate signal
- One oscillator and one sub oscillator an octave lower per module, each with saw, inverted
saw, triangle, rectangle and sinusoidal wave.
- Independent CV PWM with saw, triangle, and inverted saw “carrier” wave options for both
the oscillator and sub oscillator


Functions:
- Frequency controllable with FINE and COARSE pots
- V/Oct CV input jack, unattenuated
- Exp FM CV input jack, attenuated by CV EXP pot
- Lin FM CV input jack, attenuated by CV LIN pot
- Linear detune amount adjustable with LIN DETUNE pot
- HI/LO switch for VCO or LFO mode
- SYNC IN input jack for syncing wave
- SYNC CV IN input jack for SOFT/HARD sync amount, attenuated by CV pot and
adjustable with S/H pot
- Falling /rising edge sync switch
- GATE input jack for resetting VCO core
- CV PWM OSC input jack, attenuated by CV pot and adjustable with PW pot
- CV PWM SUB OSC input jack, attenuated by CV pot and adjustable with PW pot
- OSC OUT with five individual output jacks for saw, inverted saw, rectangle, triangle and
sinusoidal waves
– OSC SUB OUT with five individual output jacks for saw, inverted saw, rectangle,
triangle and sinusoidal waves"

See the ACL label below for more.

Go with the Flow


Published on Apr 21, 2018 synthjunk

"Sometimes you need to tell yourself to just go with the flow. A music track created with Eurorack modular, MS20, MPC2500, a guitar and some good relaxation advice. Thanks for checking this out."

KAWAI K5000S Advanced Additive Synthesizer SN 600466


via this auction

Oberheim Matrix 6 Synthesizer SN 7633411


via this auction

MOOG POLYMOOG SYNTHESIZER 203a SN 1620


via this auction

Roland SH-2000 vintage analog synthesizer


via this auction

Access Virus C Desktop Virtual Analog Synth OS 6.5 SN 10200720


via this auction

"Access Virus C Dekstop, Virtual Analog Synth. Latest OS 6.5 which features the analog filter and 8 banks of 128 sounds, making 1024 in total. Excellent condition, no issues, no defects. Perfect working order."

Cheetah MS6 Synth T-Shirt


via this auction

See the seller's other items for more.

Learning to Love | Mother-32, Clouds, Streams


Published on Apr 21, 2018 Chris Bartels

Follow me on instagram: http://instagram.com/hificali
• Spotify: http://hyperurl.co/afm-spotify
• Website: https://anthemfallsmusic.com/albums
• Newsletter: http://hyperurl.co/afm-email
• Ambient playlist I curate:
http://smarturl.it/dreamingdriving

5 Things You Didn't Know 2 Mother 32s Could Do


Published on Apr 21, 2018 Alastair Wilson

"Time codes:
1. Fake a stereo delay - 00:08
2. Sidechain 'compression' - 02:28
3. Generate random gates (and melodies) - 03:37
4. Make an ADSR envelope - 05:13
5. 4-voice chord progression - 07:08

This is my second tutorial video for the Mother 32, showing how to patch some of the more advanced techniques I use to get the most out of 2 together. Enjoy!

Background music"

New Gear Day! Elektron Digitone


Published on Apr 21, 2018 Oscillator Sink

"The inevitable happened:

I bought a Digitone!"

moog mother32 / elektron digitakt


Published on Apr 21, 2018 tasuku0676

"Moog,mother32,Elektron,digitakt ,Live jam"

atsargiai


Published on Apr 21, 2018 Pijus Džiugas Meižis

"Another etude with the Plaits oscillator. Took my minicase outside this time."

Korg Module iOS App + Monotron Delay


Published on Apr 21, 2018 Slenterende Beer

"The Module iOS app has some pretty great sounding piano patches. The electric piano, Rhodes-y sounds are my favourites. I hooked the output of the iPad up to the Monotron to add some sweet analog delay and distortion.

Korg Module iOS app + Apple iPad
Korg Monotron
Arturia Keystep

Recorded with iPhone 7 and Behringer UCA202."

OTO Biscuit & Friends


Published on Apr 21, 2018 coyotesynth

"Analog Rytm is routed to: Eventide Eclipse, OTO Bscuit, Strymon Timeline, and Eventide Space."

Taklamakan (Cocoquantus and ribbon2 jam)


Published on Apr 21, 2018 hajimmie

Mod Can Do


Published on Apr 21, 2018 zack dagoba

"I have finally put together my dream Modcan A system. Yes We Modcan! See https://myblogitsfullofstars.blogspot... for more"

March of the Broken Toys (Eurorack weirdness)


Published on Apr 21, 2018 S. B. Arweiler

"Exploring Just Friends as an Oscillator, together with Mangrove, Three Sisters, Cold Mac, Erbe-Verb, and Morphagene."

More Elements & Clouds (more down tempo)


Published on Apr 20, 2018 AnalogAssailant

2 x elements
2 x clouds
relaxed beats

Music algorithms perform a melodic synthesizer duet


Published on Apr 20, 2018 EA78751

"I’m testing new hardware for algorithmic/generative music composition. This is a recording of an improvised melodic duet performed on two analog synthesizers simultaneously. The sequences are generated by an algorithm I’ve developed. It accepts guidance from the performer using a MIDI controller as input. The performer uses parameters that affect the melody, rhythm, timbre, and structure. Running two of the sequencers in parallel gives interesting harmonic effects, and provides much fun. –Eric Archer / Rare Waves LLC (2018)"

FUNYEARS


Published on Apr 20, 2018 noystoise

Synthetic Soundscapes : Korg Minilogue, Microkorg and PO-12


Published on Apr 20, 2018 Blockchain Music

"Welcome to the next episode of Synthetic Soundscapes. This episode features the Korg Minilogue, Microkorg and Teenage Engineering PO-12.

Synthetic Soundscapes takes various hard synthesizers, drum machines and samplers and mixes various sounds. Some setups will be simple, some complex. All sounds from the Synthetic Soundscape series comes from hardware synthesizers. Enjoy the sounds !"
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