MATRIXSYNTH: Saturday, November 10, 2018

Saturday, November 10, 2018

DSI PROPHET REV2 PATCHES | "EXPLORING PROPHET" Soundset by AnalogAudio1 | New Patches | HD Demo


Published on Nov 10, 2018 AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2018 by AnalogAudio1

You can buy these patches for your DSI PROPHET REV2

All sounds were recorded without any external signal processing directly from an 8-voice PROPHET REV2. All effects came from the Prophet REV2.
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THE SOUNDS IN THIS VIDEO:

AnalogAudio1 is proud to announce the release of the new "EXPLORING PROPHET" sound set for the DSI PROPHET REV2! Featuring 100 handcrafted, brand new patches, which make use of the new capabilities of the REV2. It will load into bank U3 (user bank 3).

The EXPLORING PROPHET sound set features 100 exciting tones of the highest quality, ready to use in your music! All kinds of new, interesting pads, basses, leads, e-pianos, fat synth strings and FX (all the sounds you hear in the video and more).

Designed for creative production and live playing, the AnalogAudio1 patches have been programmed with wheel assignment, keyboard velocity and aftertouch pressure for further performance expressiveness. This sound set comes with a patch list and loading instructions (PDF).

The 'EXPLORING PROPHET' sound set costs only 23 Euros, payment is via PayPal. If you want to purchase it, send a message to:

ceramic-man@gmx.de

You will always get an answer within 12 hours. If not, check your spam folder(s). After payment you will get the bank (including a patch list and loading instructions, both as PDF) to your email address.

Buying this soundset you purchase the right to use these sounds in your music, releases and gigs. Of course you can also modify the patches if needed - it's finally for your music and creativity. Other use is not allowed - such as sharing, reselling, making sample packs, including them in commercial patch collections etc."

AniModule Syncopated Sequencer Clocking with Logic - Addendum II Simply Implemented PolyRhythms


Published on Nov 10, 2018 JRock17991

"Check Out Our Modules At : http://www.animodule.com/ If you like my videos and want to contribute, this here's the place: https://www.patreon.com/psycho_labs
Clocking a sequencer with different syncopated Logic Rhythms
In line with the Simple PolyRhythm Videos"

SYNTH TIPS: How to patch a resonant low pass filter with Buchla 200e modules


Published on Nov 10, 2018 La Belle Aurore

"In this tutorial we show how to patch a Moog-style resonant low pass filter using Buchla 200e modules."

Synclavier II FM Harmonics + Eventide H3000 Crystal Echo's


Published on Nov 10, 2018 100 Things I Do

"I wanted to try adding and subtracting harmonics in real time on the Synclavier II. I do this normally on the V as the limitations of processing power in my original Syncalvier II with its B processor stops it from working as smooth in real time. So, the trick here is to know where the limitations are and try and avoid them (big value jumps being the main one).

While I liked the sound I thought I would also go back and reinvestigate the Eventide H3000 Crystal echos patch. This was used heavily for so long in everything everyone did, and these days the type of effect is built into many reverbs. But, how does the original stand up today ? :D"

Moog 'Ivy' Toxic Little Phatty Stage II SN 10897 w/ Original Box


via this auction

"This is 'ivy', she's an emerald "Toxic" little phatty with attitude.
Serial# 10897 , #26 of 30 made with CV-out mod. (30 Non-CV were also made)
A rare edition of this synth, the green is very eye catching.

Worth noting: I pay attention to details and I noticed the side end panels do not match. One is a darker hard black, and the other a softer lighter black (see last two photos side by side and you'l see it too. (I don't know why, it came this way when i bought it 2nd hand)"

Casio VL-1 VL-Tone Monophonic Synthesizer Calculator w/ Original Case & Manual


via this auction

E-mu EMAX I SE Sampling Synth


via this auction

Note the seller is abstrakt_instruments.

Korg SQ-1 controlling 1969 R.A.Moog IP


Published on Nov 10, 2018 CZRider01

"Test run of Korg SQ-1 controlling a modular Moog. CV1 patched to 901 oscillators, CV2 patched to 904a low pass filter."

(Vermona '14): Pre-Burns Scots Song (Session 1)


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Kris Lennox

"Right. Being an Ayrshire lad, this recording could lead to my waking up dead i.e. playing enemy music (Galloway etc). One has to be careful.

Growing up in Ayrshire = saturated with Burns. I'll get round to recording some Burns, but there's plenty of other Scots repertoire aside from the womaniser's music.

I'm assuming most people reading this won't be Ayrshire: in Ayrshire schools, from the very earliest days there are yearly Burns competitions, where his poems have to be read aloud. For the first 10 years or so it is quite the novelty, but the resentment soon sets in.

Since I'm in a good mood tonight, I'll go so far as to say even foreigners can listen to this recording if they wish (i.e. people from Edinburgh).

Hell, I'm in such a good mood I'll even allow women to listen to it.

On a serious note - all recordings, in fitting with how they would have sounded in their day, are detuned lower than A440. Of course, electricity/limited-run German synths were an issue back then, but one can't be too picky when it comes to matters of history.

I'm hoping this recording/other Scots Song work I do acts as a useful 'internet repository' of Scots Song. Playing the melodies unaccompanied is very useful for instrumentalists/vocalists etc. As such, I'm keeping relatively faithful to the original manuscripts.

Note that on a couple of tracks VCO 1 is pitch-locked i.e. reminiscent of a bagpipe drone.

The Vermona sounds great. The instrument is so direct that creating a new patch for each track doesn't take too long at all. On a synth with lots of menus etc, it is easy to spend forever honing a sound only to realise an entire evening has passed.

It is a great no-nonsense 'get to the point' synth. And, as can probably be heard from the works in this video, very wide tonal/timbral range.

Brilliantly useful in the studio as a product of its quickness to dial in a sound.

Best
Kris"

Just a Minute - Started with Sine & Soundsphere


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Stefan Tretau

Just a Minute - Soundsphere

Slowing Down Time - Oberheim Xpander


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Miguel d'Oliveira

"Soundscape improv exploration on an Oberheim Xpander [1984]"

Sinister synthesis at the house of Hordijk


Published on Nov 10, 2018 BlueWolfSe7en

Behringer Model D Poly-Chain


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Tim Shoebridge

"Poly-chaining multiple Model-D's together has been a dream of mine for a long time and finally I could not resist any longer. In this video I share my experiences and hopefully give a few insights into the Model-D's themselves as well as poly-chaining in general.

Note: This is an edited and improved version of a video I posted about two months ago. It's a bit more streamlined, still rather long at 40 minutes but not as long as the original was!"

Sequential Prophet Rev2 Demos by Synthetic Things

Tempest Hardware jam. live and improvised


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Nuclear Whale

Novation Peak and Yamaha EX5


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Floyd Steinberg

"A short sequence with the Novation Peak and the Yamaha EX5. The latter serves as a hardware sequencer - including timeouts when turning on the drum track ;-) )"

TIPTOP AUDIO FORBIDDEN PLANET WORKOUT - DAY 2


TIPTOP AUDIO FORBIDDEN PLANET WORKOUT - DAY 2 from Station 252 on Vimeo.

"Rehearsal with my (mostly) Tiptop Audio eurorack system with freshly installed 3 forbidden planet multimode filters on Hi-Pass duties.

In this Video:

BD909, Mid Tom 909, RS808 -> Vermona VcDrive -> Forbidden Planet (Hi-Pass) -> Tiptop Audio Z2040 (Low Pass)

Hats909, MA808, ONE with a HH sample going through a VCA (for accents) -> Roland Demora

Tiptop ONE (one shot DOTS sample pitch sequenced from Z8000, gates from Trigger Riot) -> Forbidden Planet (Hi-Pass) -> Z2040 -> R*S Serge ResEQ

Tiptop ONE (V-Hause Chord) -> Forbidden Planet (Hi-Pass) -> Z2040 (Lo-Pass)

TG ONE (playing Glitchmachines sample) -> Doepfer Wasp filter (High Pass)

MA808 noise source -> Toppobrillo High Pass -> VCA

Modulation sources: 3x Z4000 VC ADSR envelopes, Z3000 oscillator (LFO speed)

Sequenced with Circadian Rhythms, Trigger Riot, Z8000 and Launch Codes.

Send FX: Z-DSP (Halls Of Valhalla - Plate), Z-DSP (Tape Delay)"

Benge Fugue on the ARP 2500


Published on Nov 10, 2018 zack dagoba

"Here is a little piece I put together using the ARP2500 and a midi file. It is based on a Bach fugue, but I heavily manipulated the notes in my midi note editor so that it has the essence of the original but none of the actual melodies. I then sent the midi data to the ARP2500 via the Modcan MIDICV converter. The reverb is the EMT plate 140"

Life Cycle (song) by T Carpenter : Korg 800DV, Telemark, Fusebox


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Analogue Solutions

"over 8 minutes long!!! Featuring Korg 800DV, Analogue Solutions Telemark and Fusebox"

Autumn Leaves - A piano improv on a Launchpad Pro & with an Arduino


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Lanthan O'Ide

"Just a little piano improvisation, but played on a Launchpad.
I hope you'll enjoy it! ^^
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Since realistic piano playing is hard without a sustain pedal, I built my own custom MIDI controller.
With it I can attach a sustain & expression pedal to any MIDI controller.
Pretty neat, huh? ;-)

It has a MIDI input and output, and two pedal inputs.
The Arduino Uno inside it just passes any MIDI messages from the input to the output,
and also sends CC messages if a pedal has been pushed or released.
So I can just put it between any keyboard and synth.

The four buttons & lights on the right specify the MIDI channel for the pedals.
(In binary, of course ;-) )

The LED on the left lights up when a sustain pedal is pushed down."

Custom white Novation Launchpad Pro.

duskfall


duskfall from ioflow on Vimeo.

"experimental ambient. live performance for monome norns, piano, and juno 106 synthesizer.

a moment of stillness on the canyon floor. a bench just off the trail. the final minutes of autumn twilight. leaves rustling and crackling, a nuttall's woodpecker trilling, black phoebes chirping, the dwindling blur of traffic at the end of the day.

three piano melodies and juno 106 pads were recorded into norns and loaded into mlr, performed on the grid. the piano and synthesizer improvisations are played as-is, then layered, relooped, redirected, and reordered. in the background is the stereo field recording of that part of the canyon.

recorded november 9, 2018."

Just the Sputnik 289 in a Buchla modular synthesizer


Published on Nov 9, 2018 Ritchie DeCarlo

"Top section is the YuVerb
Bottom is the Classic FM Osc"

Teenage Engineering OPZ First Walkabout Jam In My Garden | Softly Silent


Published on Nov 10, 2018 NomNomChomsky

"My first walkabout video with the Teenage Engineering OPZ, where I just take a short walk around my garden, while switch patterns on the OP-Z and mess around with the tape track fx.
There's a little trick / tip where you find out how to select which tracks get used in the tape fx.

I hope to do many more of these videos. Longer ones too, where I also show the process of actually making the songs and sequences on this lovely little synthesiser / sampler

Even sampling sounds that I find around town..... If Teenage Engineering update the firmware to include recording samples directly from the built-in microphone. PLEASE TE?! MAKE IT SO 😜🙏"

Diy "tiny" not eurorack + MIDIfyed Korg Monotron


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Rhythms of buttocks

"Modules from left to right:

- 5V/1A dual power supply
- White noise source / Hi-Hat
- Reverb
- Crossfader"

06-The IK Multimedia Uno- Part 6: Effects


Published on Nov 10, 2018 AutomaticGainsay

"Here is an exploration of the performance functionality of the IK Multimedia Uno... the buttons that allow you to create a lot of functionality similar to mod wheels. In addition, the delay functionality."

All parts here.

Roland SH-01 GAIA - Terminator Theme


Published on Nov 10, 2018 tiergrinder

"Synth noodling with Roland's virtual analog SH-01 GAIA.

There is so many covers and remakes from the Terminator Theme, but I just had to do this. I started to play the presets and my own patches on GAIA and fell in love again with this synth.

I started with the metal hits and the deep kick, and the song grew from there. The metal hits are various random samples I've gathered over the years. Drums are samples from various drum kits and all the rest is Roland GAIA.

This is not an Terminator or Terminator 2 Theme remake. Couple parts are inspired by the Mitch Murders EPIC Terminator Theme, and rest is my own vision from my childhood memories from the Terminator movies."

PEARL SYNCUSSION SY-1 & Trigger Drums SN 509836


via this auction

"Serviced and modified with:
• Separate outputs for channels one and two on a TRS (stereo) jack
• CV Mod - allows you to "play" the Syncussion via a CV in."

Roland MC-202 MICRO COMPOSER Analog Synthesizer Sequencer


via this auction

Yamaha AN1X Analog Modelling Synth


via this auction

Oberheim Xpander w/HSC


via this auction

Sequential Circuits Prophet 600 with Keyboard Case


via this auction

Polivoks with midi and amazing mods


via this auction

"First, let me say: if you want the sound of polivoks - you need original polivoks, don't fool yourself buying eurorack modules or small tabletop clones. The sound of Polivoks is not just filter or waveforms of OSCs, it's the entire circuitry with it's artifacts and tiny things which sum together: noises, distortions, crosstalks, limiting etc..

Akai AX80 Synthesizer With Custom Wooden End Cheeks


via this auction

"This is an amazing and highly underrated synth with a very aggressive and unique sounding filter. 3 LFO's and the envelope generators provide some really wild and wacky sounds when the filter is pushed. It's also very capable of great bass sounds. It also has, IMO, the most beautiful control panel displays to boot."

Roland Jupiter 8 - King of Vintage Analog Synths


via this auction

Analogue Solutions Fusebox Fun!


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Sounds From The Shed

"The Fusebox is clocked by a Generator, the patternator is adjusted to change the gate pattern and it's transposed from the Interval Generator."

New Ruismaker Noir Standalone


Published on Nov 10, 2018 Bram Bos

"This one is for the App Store Review team. They always like to see a video of a music app in action when reviewing (probably to get a sense of what it does)."

Waldorf QUANTUM Demo & Review


Published on Nov 10, 2018 musictrackjp

Waldorf QUANTUM Demo & Review
Waldorf QUANTUM デモ&レビュー
DEMO by Katsunori UJIIE.

English sub-titles will soon. Click [CC] and choose English from the Settings menu.

Digitakt - Analog Keys // Roland JU-06


Published on Nov 9, 2018 Alba Ecstasy

"You'll see: not quite my kind of approaching to the music (especially at the end of this video!), but... still worthing to see how I'll integrate more the #Digitakt into my Berlin School setup.
Here's playing along with #AnalogKeys and #RolandJU06.
I still have to remember to mix well the drum tracks volumes on the Digitakt, otherwise will not sound properly."

Leipzig SK -Shortwave Radio(before it became Hindenburg)


Published on Nov 9, 2018 Sounds From The Shed

"This was the initial version of the Hindenburg song before I was hit by inspiration to go for a more darker theme."

*ZELDA MONTH* VGM #152: Oath to Order / Calling the Four Giants (Majora's Mask)


Published on Nov 9, 2018 Ace Waters

"#zeldamonth continues forward into the final hours of the final day. Save the world, call the giants. Majora's mask vibes, but with banjos and saxophones and synthesizers. Enjoy."
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