MATRIXSYNTH: Thursday, December 13, 2018

Thursday, December 13, 2018

George Frideric Handel's Sarabande on the Sequential Prophet X


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Sean Christopher - Evoking Emotion Through Music

"For the Sequential Prophet X I decided to do suite 4 of George Frideric Handel's well known Keyboard suite in D minor (HWV 437). The Keyboard suite in D minor (HWV 437) was composed by George Frideric Handel, for solo keyboard (harpsichord), between 1703 and 1706. It is also referred to as Suite de pièce Vol. 2 No. 4. It was first published in 1733.

Only the Prophet X was used for this piece, including the X's built-in FX, and was multi-tracked using Cubase 10."

Random Lights by Baghead



"Four S&H sources and the Benjolin cross connected to the Schlappi ANgle Grinder. A bit rough in spots but now you know how they interact."

via brian comnes:

"This is the simply a Benjolin feeding into a Schlappi Angle Grinder with 4 random S&H cvs

Also the H9 Nebula preset for 'ambience'

Some interesting sections, headphones are a big sub recommended"

Quasimidi Rave-O-Lution 309 Synthesizer Drum Machine Sequencer SN 43357


via this auction

Roland CSQ-600 Computer Controlled Digital Sequencer SN 152325


via this auction

"Vintage Roland CSQ-600 Computer Controlled Digital Sequencer in perfect working condition. This digital sequencer is from the same era as, and was designed to work with the TR-808, CR-78 and SH-2. In fact, it shares the same chassis and form factor as the TR-808. See the video below for a CSQ-600 in action from SynthMania! [at the listing and previously posted here - click here for even more]

CV and Gate In/Out + Sync IN/Out, with 4 sequence memory locations on board. Works great with any CV-controlled keyboard or modular synth system."

Oberheim OBMX 2-Voice SN MX001176 w/ Original Box


via this auction

"This from the collection of an avid recently deceased enthusiast who collected classic keyboards and modules but never played them.

*Never been rack mounted

Thus, absolute mint condition except for a light small scratch on the back side. (see pic).
Comes with OEM box, power cord and manual."

Suiko SUIKO ST-50 * Rare Portable Japanese Desktop Synth


via this auction

Bird of Prey - DSI Poly Evolver, DSI Tempest, SCI Pro-One, Novation Supernova 2, Roland JD800


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Reuben Jones

"A new retro synth track with a space and 80s vibe.

Gear used:
Dave Smith Instruments Poly Evolver
Dave Smith Instruments Tempest
Elka Synthex
Korg MS10
Novation Supernova 2
Roland JD800
Sequential Circuits Pro~One
A solar cell

(+Sample of a screaming hawk)"

Novation MiniNova Synth Editor for iPad │ MIDI Designer Pro - haQ attaQ 308


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Jakob Haq

"Finally, an iPad synth editor for Novation MiniNova and its powered by MIDI Designer pro! It took a huge amount of time to build and offers 98% access to the feature packed MiniNova synth engine. No more jumping menus, just pure insta-tweak patch building! This is the deepest controller I've made so far and its going to save a lot of time for a lot of MiniNova users out there ... wanting to program patches using their iPads of course (if they have iPads).

Now the template isn't perfect and Iv'e left out some controllers. There's even an issue with some stuff and so yeah find out more in this video!

▼ GET THE TEMPLATE ▼
MIDI Designer MiniNova Synth Editor https://mididesigner.com/qa/7100/nova..."

David Van Koeverings Prototype #1 Orchestron


via this auction

"What we have here is a museum find. This is David van koeverings #1 Proto type synthesizer one of a kind. From a collection owned by David. Moog super salesmen responsible for the launch and success of the minimoog. In great condition comes in Viking case. I plugged the orchestron in it powers up but I have no discs to test it..."

via Wikipedia: "Vako Synthesizers Incorporated, founded by electronic instrument pioneer and former Moog technician and salesperson David Van Koevering, started to build improved versions of the Optigan under the name Orchestron in 1975. Intended for professional use as an alternative to the Mellotron (hence the name Orchestron), it featured improved recorded sounds over the Optigan. The Optigan was an organ that played its sounds from light scanned graphic waveforms encoded on film discs. The sounds with the highest fidelity were on the outer rings of these discs. These outer rings were used for the Orchestron sounds to improve the sound. Although the Model A Orchestron is identical to the Optigan, the models B, C, and D follow the designs of the Chilton Talentmaker. The Talentmaker was taken out of the market after Optigan's manufacturer – Optigan corporation, a subsidiary of toy company Mattel – threatened to sue Chilton because of patent infringements..."

ROLAND JUPITER 8 w/ ENCORE MIDI & AUDIO FILTER INPUTS


via this auction

Yamaha CS-50 SN 2499


via this auction

"1970s Yamaha CS-50 Analogue synthesizer. These are extremely rare & seldom seen. These were released just ahead of the CS-60 & CS-80. This synth is ideal for those who want the classic Yamaha synth sound without the struggle of lugging around the 215 pound CS-80! The CS-50 is also just 4-voice polyphonic. This particular example has been stored away for some time. It powers on & all keys make sound however there is a serious buzz upon power-up. It will absolutely need a servicing & look through to get it up to par. The wood sides also show some wear."

Nord Modular G1 SN 21041873


via this auction

Cwejman SPH-2 Spatial Phaser Eurorack Module


via this auction

OP-Z in a Jam pt.2 [Synth Recipe #66]


Published on Dec 13, 2018 hicut cake

Hicut Cake proudly presents:
Recipe #066

Ingredients:
– Teenage Engineering OP-Z
– Korg Monologue
– Roland Boutique TR-08
– Roland Boutique SH-01A
– Strymon Dig
– Empress Reverb

Korg DW-6000 and Roland JUNO-60


Published on Dec 13, 2018 synthlegends

"Two mid 80ies low budget 6-voice synths with chorus in a duo.

First about 6 minutes you hear mostly the DW-6000, later on the Roland Juno-60. In the end of the video I also play both synths together. Both synths are nice sounding. The very high rated Juno 60 might sound darker and a bit more warm. The DW-6000 is crisp and sounds brighter. The filter of the DW-6000 is gorgeous and sounds sooo powerful. The DW-6000 is really very much underrated and you can get this synth for around 200 Dollar or EUR as a bargain.

Thanks again for watching. I hope you enjoyed the video."

Moog One: In Context of a Song (Ballad For Our Childhood Space Heroes)


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Synthient Sound

"Wrote and recorded in my free time over the last week. All synth tracks are the Moog One. No EQ or Compression were used on those particular tracks. Equipment listed here:

Focusrite 2Pre, Logic Pro X
Sennheiser e906 (for guitar)
Valhalla Vintage Verb
Logic Stereo Delay
Logic Drummer
Ernie Ball/Musicman Stingray (bass)
IK Multimedia Amplitube 4 (Ampeg model for bass)

Fender Stratocaster into TopHat Club Deluxe (Scumback SC-75 Alnico)
PRS Santana Anniversary into TopHat Emplexador (Celestion G12H Annv.)
Cali76 Compact Deluxe Compressor
Boss CS-2 Compressor/Sustainer
Buffalo TD-X Overdrive on lead"

GET ALL THE SAMPLES FROM MARS!




Get ALL THE SAMPLES From Mars currently priced at $39 here. This is a massive set so be sure to check it out.

"Originally priced at $1367, all the Samples From Mars is the culmination of 5 years (and tens of thousands of hours) of sampling our favorite, most inspiring (and often vintage) hardware drum machines, synthesizers, and more, through some of the best recording equipment in the world. All of our samples feature 100% hardware processing - no plugins.

This download gives you every single product we've ever developed. The majority of sounds are multi-sampled one shots of drum machines and synthesizers, mapped to sampler instruments for Ableton, Kontakt, Logic, and WAV (with no duplicate WAV). Drum products are additionally formatted for MPC500, 1000, and 2500, Maschine, and Battery. Each product is a single file download, and we've also created a 1GB download that contains only the most essential samples from every product."

Some pics of the instruments used below. You can find full details at Samples From Mars.

Waldorf Quantum Synthesizer - Full Demo with Nick Kwas

Waldorf Quantum Synthesizer - All Playing, No Talking!



Published on Dec 13, 2018 Kraft Music

"Find exclusive Waldorf Quantum BUNDLES at Kraft Music:
https://www.kraftmusic.com/brands/wal...

Nick Kwas from Korg USA plays the Waldorf Quantum at Kraft Music.

Waldorf Quantum draws on decades of development, borrowing from Waldorf's famed wavetable oscillator technology and combining it with a modern digital-analog hybrid architecture and sleek user interface to go beyond what was previously possible. Eight voices with three oscillators per voice (each capable of four synthesis algorithms), two analog lowpass filters per voice, and multitimbral splits and layers provide a wealth of sonic possibilities. Modulation options come courtesy of six LFOs and six loopable envelopes with multistage LFO/envelope modulator, while Quantum's multi-touch display offers visualization and deep sound-editing capabilities. Other features include a 61-key Fatar keyboard, internal memory and SD card slot for loading user wavetables and samples, arpeggiator and step sequencer, master effects, and versatile I/O options.

Get more for your money with an exclusive Waldorf Quantum synthesizer bundle from Kraft Music. These package deals include the accessories you'll need to get the most out of your new synth, all for one low price. If you have any questions, please give us a call. Our knowledgeable Sales Advisors will be happy to assist in choosing the bundle that's right for you!"

Hospital Windows by Callenberg



Soundtrack to the Greyness
with hints at the X-files vignette

A new track from Supporting Member, Bend Records.

Gear used :

Korg Wavestation
Roland MVS-1
5U modular
Ian Boddy sample pack

Glitchy minimal techno with DFAM + MachineDrum + Digitone


Published on Dec 12, 2018 Honeysmack

Live jam featuring:
Elektron Machine Drum
Elektron Digitone
Moog DFAM
Moog Mother 32
Sherman Filterbank
Roland TB03

Eurorack modules:
Pittsburgh Modular Primary Oscillator
Erica Synths Voice
Malekko Varigate 4+
Make Noise Optomix

http://www.instagram.com/_honeysmack_

Frost Point: Roland TR8s, Octatrack, Analog 4, Waldorf Nave, Omnisphere


Published on Dec 12, 2018 Seen From Space

"The drone and strings are Omnisphere imported into the Octatrack. The Octatrack also sequences Nave on the iPad. Nave supplies the metallic-sounding arpeggios, whose timbre can be infinitely modulated with the Kaos pads. Drum samples are rolled in Logic and imported to the TR8s. The brilliant Analog Four does the rest!"

TEST SERIES Audible Disease Palindrome PD-1 Elektron Octatrack Moog Mother 32


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Outsider Sound Design

"Sound Design experiments with Audible Disease Palindrome PD-1, Elektron Octatrack, and Moog Mother 32 eurorack.

The purpose of “TEST SERIES” is to focus on the sound design possibilities of various gear combinations. This series is not musical nor does it serve as an instructional video. It is all about sound potential.
Please consider supporting this channel by purchasing a sample pack or music download from www.outsidersounddesign.com"

Kit Overview # 33 Rakit Drum Synth


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Synth Diy Guy

"Building and testing the cool standalone percussion synth kit from Rakit in the UK!"

Yamaha MR10 Rare Analog Drum Machine


via this auction

"Rare companion drum machine to the Yamaha CS01. Tight sounding analog drums, similar to a 606.

Unit is working great and tested with AA batteries, no power supply included."

Roland System 100 - Synthesizer 101 & Expander 102 w/ Custom Cases


via this auction

- Both units are in excellent condition, function and play perfectly.
- Includes custom wooden cases specifically made for each unit.
- Also includes 4 patch cables.

Roland Jupiter 6


via this auction

Sequential Circuits Prophet-600 w/ Gligli


via this auction

OBERHEIM OB-XA Analog Synthesizer


via this auction

Korg Oasys 88


via this auction

Monome Norns


via this auction

"Monome's killer app - standalone, battery-powered hardware with community-driven scripts, apps etc. for use with MIDI controllers, Grid, or by itself. Worth it alone for the MLR sampler, tbh.

--- From monome:

changes. travels. is open to possibilities.

norns is many sound instruments. it connects to grids, MIDI and other objects. norns lets you define its behavior with scripts and DSP.

past. present. future. norns is many tomorrows.

WHAT IS IT REALLY?
norns is a small, portable sound computer that dynamically runs scripts and DSP, such as:

sample-cutter (using a grid, aka mlr)
polysynth (connect a MIDI keyboard)
algorithmic drum machine (MIDI CC-mapped)
drone box (no input)
granulator (controlled via OSC using a phone or tablet)
asynchronous looper (stompbox-style)
polyphasic sequencer (using a USB-CV interface to control modular synths)
these are just a few examples. scripts can be created or modified to completely alter the functionality of the system. we maintain a growing repository of scripts which means the machine will continue to have new possibilities.

norns is designed to be changed, encouraging customization and invention."

EDP-Electronic Dream Plant WASP Vintage Synth


via this auction

"This has been recently serviced, and all functions are 100% working. Every pot and switch has been cleaned and a few capacitors were replaced to make sure everything is ready to work without any quirks or issues.

This one has been used quite a bit in its life, and has been used on many recordings. It has such a unique character and sound to it, and is so fun to make sounds on. Everything you do on it gives you ideas- it's just one of those instruments that makes you want to create..."

Moog Source w/ Original Box


via this auction

WWE Sequential Circuits Prophet 2002 Digital Sampler Rack SN 0562


via this auction

Pics of the inside below.

"This unit was originally owned by composer Jim Johnson of the WWE. This sampler was used in Jim's studio for years making it onto many of his recordings. The Sequential Circuits Prophet 2002 is fully functional and in very good condition overall.

The Prophet 2000 was a sampler keyboard manufactured by Dave Smith's Sequential Circuits (SCI) and released in 1985. It was the company's first sampler, and, despite its low quality and technical limitations by modern standards, marked a shift toward affordable samplers of better quality than its predecessors. It is also considered to be one of the earliest multitimbral samplers.

The Prophet 2002, a rack-mounted version of the 2000, and the Studio 440, a drum machine and sequencer that used a similar sampler at its core. Intended to represent Sequential's first entry into the low-cost digital sampler market, the Prophet 2000 was equipped with 256kB sample memory (expandable to 512kB), and selectable sampling rates of 16, 32, and 42 kHz at 12-bit audio resolution. External storage was available through 3.5" diskettes. The Prophet 2000 featured MIDI (in, out, and thru), 8-voice polyphony, up to 8 layers, and an arpeggiator. Despite their technological limitations, early digital samplers like the Prophet 2000 are noted for their warm audio quality as a result of using analog VCFs and VCAs."

ARP Sequencer 1621


via this auction

Roland SH-101 w/ MIDI


via this auction

Roland TR-707 & TB-303 Walkthrough


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Alex Ball

"One final tutorial to round out this batch before I take a break. This time we're having a look at two classics; the Roland TR-707 and the Roland TB-303. This video gives you the basic principles to get started.

Along with the TR-727, TR-909, TR-808, SH-101 and MC-202, these machines played an integral part in dance music that emerged in the late 80s, most notably Acid and Techno...

Phuture "Acid Trax" from 1987
Armando "Land of Confusion" from 1988

Download samples from my TR-707 for free: http://bit.ly/TR707

There's also a great (and free) html emulation of the TR-303 if you can't access an original unit or clone: http://errozero.co.uk/acid-machine/

Thanks for watching!"

AJH Synth MiniMod Sample Hold & Slew // Everything you could want from S&H and more!


Published on Dec 13, 2018 DivKidVideo

"**TIMING INDEX / SECTIONS BELOW** Here's the wonderful Sample Hold & Slew from the MiniMod range by AJH Synth. It's really everything you could want from a sample hold as ... you also get track and hold, a great noise source with a clipping option and tonal/colour shift, a gated slew/glide/lag processor with slew time, linear or exponential slew shaping, options to slew up (rising) / down (falling) or both movements in voltages. The internal clock source is always present on the output even when clocking externally so when you slew that you have a handy shapeable bonus LFO. Last but not least there's a totally unique restrict feature that restricts the potential range of movements between steps without restrict the overall output range.

I tried to make this a real education/tutorial thing for sample and hold, noise sources, slew + track and hold so I hope it's a useful resource for learning about synthesis too.

Makenoise Wogglebug


Published on Dec 11, 2018 Grant Richter

"Makenoise Wogglebug Commercial"

Grant Richter of Wiard is the creator of the original Wogglebug. Make Noise and Malekko produce Wogglebug eurorack modules. I forget if there are others. If you know, feel free to comment!

Update: Thanks to unkown in the comments, apparently Malekko did not make a Wogglebug. They made the Richter Oscillator II, Dual Borg Filter, Envelator, Noisering, and Anti-Oscillator. Erica Synths, Zlob, and S3n0Я made a Wogglebug according to Modular Grid, and Grayscale made custom faceplates for the Make Noise version.

Analogue Solutions Generator - Complete Guide Part 1 - Basic setup and Gate Control


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Sounds From The Shed

"Part 1 of a series of videos on the Generator Sequencer Covering Basic Setup and Gate Control"

Pantala Labs - Hormiga


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Gibran PantalaLabs

If you ever wondered how cellular automata based software works this video tutorial does a pretty good job using the movement of ants as an analogy. Audio comes in at 1:11.

"Is a cartographic cellular automata based on the abstraction of the life of an ant. The module implements behaviors
from birth to the death of an ant with manual
controls of its evolution or
with automatic behavioral evolution. Consequently,
it also enables an easy way of creating music
and generative music

3 voice Eurorack module specially developed to create patterns CVs

More on :
https://github.com/PantalaLabs/hormiga"

Arturia Pigments Sound Demo (no talking)


Published on Dec 13, 2018 Bonedo Synthesizers
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