MATRIXSYNTH: Sunday, July 22, 2018

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Dave Smith Oberheim OB-6 "Analog Magic" Desktop DSI Synthesizer Rik Marston


Published on Jul 22, 2018 SynthgodXXX

Dave Smith Oberheim OB-6 'Analog Magic'
Synthesizer Demo by Rik Marston
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Midsummer Meditation I


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Sacred Synthesis

"I composed this piece in three days, but it took at least a month of practicing before I could record it. The difficulty is that it requires a complete change of body position on the organ bench in the middle of the piece, just before the bass comes in. It's not hard to play, but it's a challenge while you're moving around!

The main patch comes from the Poly Evolver. I've named it "CP 70 Piano," and I hope it will be obvious why. It's wonderful for solo playing, but the upper third of the keyboard range has such digital aliasing that it's mostly unusable. The triangle-like and slow PWM patches both come from Prophet '08s.

The only change in equipment in this piece is that I've used a Prophet '08 Module for the bass, rather than the usual Evolver Desktop. The parameter-rich P'08 panel is so much easier to use than the Evolver's matrix, and this is especially important for a somewhat elaborate patch, such as the one I've used in this piece. The filter is set to slowly open and close by means of an LFO.

Instrumentation:
DSI Prophet '08 Keyboard (2)
DSI Prophet '08 Module (2)
DSI Poly Evolver Keyboard
DSI Poly Evolver Rack

Bass:
DSI Prophet '08 Module
Hammond XPK 200L Pedalboard

Effects:
Lexicon MX300 for reverb

Performed live and recorded directly to a Tascam CD-RW900 Mk II.

ALL MUSIC PROPERTY OF SACRED SYNTHESIS 2018"

Leviathan :: Sputnik Modular Drone Patch


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Mike Thomas

"A drone patch heavily featuring the Sputnik Four-Tap Delay/Dual Crossfader module (with no crossfading :-)).

Patch Notes
==========

Main Sound
==========
Primary sound source is the Sputnik Dual Oscillator in AM & FM mode, receiving v/oct from Sputnik 5-Step Voltage Source. Timbre and Harmonics are being modulated by separate channels of the Sputnik Quad Function & Trigger Source. Modulation index is modulated by another channel of 5-Step Voltage Source.

Did I mention this is an all-sputnik patch? Well, it is, except for the reverb, which is a 2hp Verb.

The Final output of the DO is sent to Quad VCF/VCA in "Combo" (LPG) mode.

Delay Patching
---------------------
Th output of the QVV is sent to input channel #1 of the Sputnik Four-Tap Delay/Cross-fader and multed to a channel of the 6-channel MIxer. Each of the delay taps is sent to a different channel of the mixer, with stereo panning applied. Two of them are on the CV-pannable channels, and these are modulated by the West Coast Random Source Fluctuating Random Voltage channels.

The secondary output of the 1/2t tap is patched into the Valve Multiplier (VCA) as the input source, with the Waveshape output of one of the Sputnik single oscillators as the modulator, The resultant two-quadrant multiplier output is sent to another QVV channel in filter mode and back into input #2 of the Delay. The QVV filter is modulated by another channel of the QFTS.

The secondary output of the 1t tap is fed back into the #3 input of the Delay.

The square output of the single oscillator above is sent into another channel of the Valve Multiplier, with another channel of the 5SVS modulating it.

Bass
=====
Bass is the Waveshape output of a second Sputnik Oscillator with v/oct from the final channel of the 5SVS, fed through the WCRS Integrator (portamento/slew) circuit.


Production Notes
==============
L/R modular-level signals from the Sputnik 6-channel Stereo Mixer were multed and sent to a) 1U Headphone Jack, and 2) Intellijel 1U I/O module, which send signal to the case-mounted 1/4" jacks. Signal was routed on to the Sony PCMD50 digital recorder.

Video produced at rotorvideos.com."

I Got In The Fairlight CMI


Published on Jul 22, 2018 LeWelsch Photo & Music

"Playing with Arturia's CMI V.

Reincarnation of the first commercially available digital sampling system in music history: FAIRLIGHT.

The Fairlight CMI is a digital synthesizer, sampler and digital audio workstation introduced in 1979

Copyright: LeWels©h MultiMediaLab, Bern: Switzerland."

Top Gear - Single Synth Tracks by Stef Animal


Use the skip forward & back controls on the right to play different tracks. The embed starts on track 4 for some reason.

This one is in via Greg Cole on The MATRIXSYNTH Lounge:

"I thought this might be of interest, a local talented musician made this album, each track made in a day 'using sounds from a different piece of cheap or unfashionable musical equipment'. Amiga, Casios including SK-1!, BBC Micro, a duck caller, simple waveform generator and many more. Stream and purchase here also: https://stef-animal.bandcamp.com"

Note: Jaycar and Letron are new brands to the site. Never featured them before now. Enjoy.


1. Loading (Casio CA-100) 01:01
2. In the Pines (Casio SK-1) 03:29
3. Ducks (Cass Creek Electronic Waterfowl Call) 01:28
4. You Have Powers! (Casiotone MT-800) 02:40
5. Cave Story (Acorn BBC Micro) 00:52
6. The TGV (Roland U-220) 02:03
7. The Ghost (Jaycar Waveform Generator) 00:31
8. Adventure (Yamaha VSS-200) 02:01
9. The Golden Condor (Commodore Amiga 500) 02:17
10. Dragon Swirl (Ploytec PL2) 02:17
11. Owl (Roland MT-32) 02:12
12. The City (Yamaha TX81Z) 01:31
13. Running Music (Atari 2600) 00:46
14. End Credits (Letron MC-38) 02:18
15. Our Spanish Dream (Roland U-110) 03:56

Star Drive - Presets for Novation Peak


Published on Jul 22, 2018 AiynZahevSounds

https://www.aiynzahev-sounds.com/prod...

"Star Drive is a 64 preset bank for the Novation Peak. The Peak is a true hybrid synth, it's wavetables allow for crystal clear and otherworldly wavetable sounds, while the analog filters and distortion are the real deal for dirt and aggression.

The sounds make use of this huge variation on the Peak. The pads for example range from cold digital ice worlds to vintage ensemble pads, and JP8000 like supersaws.

Basses on tap range from focused and punchy PWM to walls of unison. Leads are melodic techno and trance inspired and there's odd sounds too making use of random per-step modulation.

Patches make use of Velocity, careful FX programming and Modwheel assignments.

64 sounds
FX carefully applies
Velocity & Modwheel
Version 262 or higher required."

Behringer Model D: filter and oscillators with Novation Circuit & Arturia Keystep


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Marcus Padrini

"The Behringer Model D just arrived here. It is the clone of the classic Minimoog! This video shows my second test with it, exploring a patch using 3 oscillators and working with different filter settings. The sequence is created by the Arturia Keystep and the drums sounds are from the Novation Circuit."

Peavey DPM SP Sample Playback Synthesizer


Two listings.

DPM SP via this auction

"1990's Peavey DPM SP Sample Playback Synthesizer with User Manual, Version 2 Addendum booklet, Demonstration Disks, and AC Power Cord. This unit reports that it has the v2.10 ROM set and 8MB of sample ram installed, as shown in the photos. This is a rack-mount model. Made in the U.S.A. by Peavey Electronics Corporation, Meridian, MS 39301. Serial Number 00-05286755."

Additional library disks via this auction

"Vintage Set of 10 Peavey Sample Library Disks for use with the DPM SP Sample Playback Synthesizer Made by Peavey Electronics Corporation and all disks are dated 1992.

The 10 disks were tested before listing for disk load to a Peavey DPM SP before listing and 7 of the 10 disks successfully loaded. The other 3 disks had disk read errors according to the display on the SP. All the disks show various levels of casing and label wear as well as label discoloration consistent with age and use. There is no original box or packaging included.

The 7 disks that successfully loaded into a DPM SP are:
Prosyynths 1
FX Drums
Drum Kits 1 (Disk 1 of 2)
Drum Kits 1 (Disk 2 of 2)
Jupiter Basses
Orch. Percussion
String Section
The 3 disks that would not load due to disk read errors are:
Heavy Metal GTR.
Microwaves
Female Chorus
These disks were in a lot of music studio equipment I recently acquired and had been in storage and unused for over 20 years. Offered and sold as-is and as shown, since these disks are magnetic media that are now over 20 years old."

Simmons SDS-V Drum Synth Module SN 002959


via this auction

"This unusual 6 module (including Hi-Hat) Simmons SDS-V electronic synth unit is in very good original condition – it is a rarity which has had no commercial use.
I am an electronics technician, The synth unit was checked & tested by me in April 2018 after being in storage for some time, all modules are fully operational
The synth unit case is showing signs of age but remains undamaged or marked, it is in an original un-tampered with state, it would benefit from a repaint as the original case is slightly discoloured/faded.
The Serial Number is 002958"

Dave Smith Instruments Evolver Synth Module SN 5197


via this auction

"The Evolver’s unique tonality comes from the synergy of its two analog oscillators and two digital oscillators (which feature the waves from the legendary Prophet VS). Classic Curtis analog low-pass filters and real analog VCAs add warmth and girth to the analog section while the digital high-pass filter, tuned feedback, and digital distortion provide sizzle and grit. But what really sets the Evolver apart is the way in which the analog and digital sides of its personality mesh—in a true stereo signal path. Massive doesn’t even begin to describe the sound of the Evolver.

Imagine being able to move effortlessly from thick analog smoothness to crisp digital edge—or anywhere in between—and you begin to get the picture. The LFOs, step sequencer, and three separate delays can all be synced for complex, evolving, rhythmic, time-based effects in true stereo.

It’s a sound designer’s dream that can go from ultra creamy to ultra aggressive with the turn of a knob. If you need convincing, just listen to the demos.

Roland TB-303 Bassline Vintage Analog Bass Synthesizer - with mods


via this auction

"Recently serviced in Daylesford by Robin Whittle (Devilfish). There are CV trigger mods made to this unit - sockets on the back from left to right are Accent Out, Slide Out, FM In, Filter CV, Trigger In.

I've personally compared this to many other 303 modern equivalents and imo nothing compares to the tone of these."

UNO Synth IK Multimedia - Ultra Portable Analog Synthesizer


via this auction

DSI Pro2 and Strymon Flint - Synth and Pedal demonstration


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Daniel Davis

"The DSI Pro 2 pairs perfectly with the Strymon Flint. I don't even really nee any other effect pedals with this combination.

In this video, I run through some various presets I've created and modified, along with the Strymon Flint, and then end the video with a quick live looping improv, using the Pigtronix Infinity Looper."

Moog and Moon Sequences. Mos-lab System and Two Moog Sub 37s


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Resonant Anvil

"Fullest sound on headphones. 5 mos-lab, four Moog Sub 37 oscillators and one Sub 37 sub-oscillator. Sequences: Moon 589 synced to Moog Sub 37, 64-step sequence."

WAVEPORIZER - ONE SESSION NOVATION CIRCUIT 6 MINS JAM


Published on Jul 22, 2018 RazR

"Circuit only. One session - eight patterns. No other synths or effects. No postproduction."

New York Menace (Synth & Sundry)


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Synth & Sundry

"Brooklyn Bridge view from the Manhattan Bridge commute to Brooklyn at dusk, followed by a nighttime Brooklyn skyline and some airplane take off views.
Music and Video by Synth & Sundry
Video from phone with Hyperlapse app
Music made with Ableton Live, Native Instruments Monark, Samples from Mars and Tal U NO LX"

KORG Monopoly (Mono Poly) Synthesizer


via this auction

blackfin fm synthesizer demo


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Dean Miller

"This synth has 6 operators, 16 polyphonic voices, and an LFO.
The video shows a few sound demos.
I am patching it via midi using MAX MSP."

Out of Africa theme (John Barry) - Korg Radias


Published on Jul 21, 2018 MIDERA

"This track was made as a tribute to my father who passed away exactly 8 years ago (as of this publication date [Jul 21]) from cancer.

8 years ago - I saw his final breath. Only a week earlier we were playing Scrabble and going to a casino. A week before that he and I beat Conan the Barbarian on Atari (I needed him to get closure - and see the ending of that ridiculously difficult game).

In regards to the music - this is John Barry's theme to Out of Africa (a movie that I've never seen). We used to go on trips when I was younger. My parents would drive for hours and days... we would listen to 'travel music' which included things like Bananarama, Michael Jackson, Madonna, and, yes, the Out of Africa soundtrack. My siblings and I would groan listening to this travel music.

My dad loved this song. The whole soundtrack played on repeat at his wake. A few years ago, I thought I could handle listening to the original song. I was wrong. I would break down and cry.

A few weeks ago as I was about to head out to work, this song came on in a playlist. I felt like I had been punched in the stomach. I couldn't move, couldn't turn off the music. I just stood there and thought about my dad and how much I wish I could talk with him again. Sometimes I do see him of course, when I'm sleeping. I can hear him so vividly. I can see him so clearly. I'm always so shocked that he's alive, that he beat cancer. Sometimes he's just fine. Sometimes he's in extreme pain... but it always ends the same way. I wake up and remember that he's not here.

So here is my tribute to him, 8 years later."

DrumBrute Creation and Mono Station Setup & Jam// Compact Creations


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Enrique Martinez

Beat No. 167


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Helmut

"Trap beat with my old modular setup. Any change in the Joystick position will gate the melodic part. X and Y modulate wavetable position and OSC pitch on the Piston Honda MK2. The beat is Peaks Hats 909 and Varigate 8+. Good old Scooper chopping and screwing ;)"

How a recording-studio mishap shaped '80s music


Published on Aug 18, 2017 Vox

Gear talk comes in at 3:56 with the AMS RMX16 reverb rack unit, followed by the Linn LM1. Interesting bit of music history. LM1 gets the post.

"Warning: This is an unapologetic ode to gated reverb drums

Here's a Spotify playlist of some of the best gated reverb songs: http://spoti.fi/2vH7ZZL

Over the past few years a general nostalgia for the 1980s has infiltrated music, film, and television. I deeply love those gated reverb drums of the '80s - you know that punchy percussive sound popularized by Phil Collins and Prince? So for my second episode of Vox Pop’s Earworm I spoke with two Berklee College of Music professors, Susan Rogers and Prince Charles Alexander, to figure out just how that sound came to be, what makes it so damn punchy, and why it’s back.

Correction: At 2:01, a previous version of the video mistakenly said the noise gate only lets frequencies above a certain threshold pass through. We should’ve said “amplitudes” instead of “frequencies.” The error has been rectified.

At 3:45 we noted that plate reverb boxes were made using aluminum. In fact, they were usually made of steel."

Rare Steiner LFO Pedal


via this auction

"Steiner LFO Pedal. In good condition and working great. Very rare and seldom seen."

OSCAR Synthesiser SN 0078


via this auction

"Absolutely excellent condition with studio use only from new.

Just had a service and overhaul including new power supply.

Works perfectly and with original manual.

Early serial number.

Very collectible these early analogue synthesisers and this one is in exceptional condition."

ROLAND SH-101 Monophonic Analog Synthesizer


via this auction

Yamaha CS01 Vintage Analog Mono Synthesizer with Breath Controller


via this auction

A History of Polyphony: Part 12- The Modular Concept in Polyphony: Oberheim


Part 12 added here.

throb & spray 8


Published on Jul 22, 2018 arthurpainter

"More EMS Synthi shit."

Korg Kronos Sound Set Sonorous QR


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Qui Robinez

"Here's a demo of a couple of the sounds from the Korg Kronos Sound Set Sonorous which is available at my website. This Sound set features lots of pads, leads, bass and other sounds suited for ambient music." QuiRobinez.nl

DSI Tempest, Elektron Analog Four & Analog Heat


Published on Jul 22, 2018 3rdStoreyChemist

Moog Mother 32 & Boss RV500 Reverb


Published on Jul 22, 2018 3rdStoreyChemist

IK Multimedia UNO Synth Sound Demo (No Talking)


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Bonedo Synthesizers

The Mystic's Cloak


Published on Jul 22, 2018 davidryle

"Metropolis, Pressure Points + Brains, 2x Turing Machine, 2x Q960, Moon Modular M563 Trigger Sequencer and a Q119 step sequencer are used to conduct a looping round of notes and key changes to various euro and 5U modules, (mainly Rings, a Modcan 901 VCO suite and several Q106 VCO's).
A pair of the STG Soundlabs Envelope Generators and Sidecars are used with a Mega Ohm Audio CdS for the percussive elements.
Longer gate timings for the background sequences from the STG Voltage Mini Stores and Trigger Mini Stores are stretched out by the use of a triple switch from synthesizers.com and a pair of (62 Sequential Switches.
The phase shifted noise is from the Jurgen Haible Tau Pipe Phaser.
The noise wash and background discordant chord pads which begins and ends the piece are a recording of Mutable Instruments Rings into the Makenoise Morphagene. The Morphagene is run into a Z-DSP with Halls of Valhalla ensemble chorus and a Clouds in feedback loop. Various LFO's are handling the feedback and mix between these elements.
Additional effects include Electro Harmonix Canyon in tape delay mode, two Behringer DD400 delays, a Modcan 73B dual delay and a Synthetic Sound Labs 1210 Digital Delay.
All recorded in a single take to Cubase and video edited in Final Cut Pro."

Modular Synth Improvisation Live 068


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Akihiko Matsumoto

Music by Akihiko Matsumoto
http://akihikomatsumoto.com

Sequenced Jam #82 - Live Modular Synth Performance


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Rheyne

"Kick is from VCO A of a Make Noise DPO, and bass is from VCO B. The pad is from a Make Noise Morphagene, playing some sounds from my Rhodes. Arpeggios are from a pair of Instruo Ts-L. Hi-hats are from a Mutable Instruments Plaits. Delay is from an Eventide EuroDDL, and reverb is from a Strymon BigSky. Held together with a Winter Modular Eloquencer.

Performed in one take with no overdubs. View this rack on ModularGrid: https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/707500"

Sunday morning mass || experimental music ||


Published on Jul 22, 2018 alternatingbitmusic

"Special place of worship: My 5U modular empire."

Minimal Eurorack Modular


Published on Jul 22, 2018 Sequenox

"Intellijel Metropolis Noise Engineering Loquelic Iteritas 4MS Dual Looping Delay"

Mutable Instruments Plaits 18/30 : granular formant oscillator part II


Published on Jul 22, 2018 DavidH

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