MATRIXSYNTH: Sunday, December 23, 2018

Sunday, December 23, 2018

malekko richter oscillator ii vs doepfer a 106 6 x pander filter


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Bleep Bloop

"malekko richter oscillator ii vs doepfer a 106 6 x pander filter

Filter Pairing, seeing how filters behave with oscillators and vice versa. more to come."

Carol of the Bells & The Little Drummer Boy performed on the Sequential Prophet X synthesizer


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Sean Christopher - Evoking Emotion Through Music

"Merry Christmas everyone! I thought I'd put together some classic Christmas melodies on the Sequential Prophet X synthesizer keyboard for you all. May you all be blessed this holiday season and have an incredible 2019. Please subscribe if you already have not, and have a MERRY CHRISTMAS! :)"

Evening at Salinas with Glo, the Polyphonic Whale


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Gecho Loopsynth

"Roaming the salt evaporation pond with a tiny digital real-time sound processor that you can fit into your pocket. Glo has many tricks upon his sleeve; so far we implemented reverbs, delays, loopers, low and high pass filters, granular samplers - and working on more. Find it at: https://kck.st/2QSv2xi

It is an open platform with DIY possibilities. There is a half-priced tier - a bare engine that you need to make an enclosure for.

This video was recorded with Canon EOS 550D running Magic Lantern firmware (to disable AGC and set up sound levels manually), then cut in AfterFX - as usual, no post-processing or added effects."

Malfunkn-Bitrate Medley (360º)


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Houston Guy

"The world's first artificial intelligent musician, Malfunkn, performs a live electronic medley using Elektron's dark trinity. This GAN network incorporates a recurrent neural existential crisis using a trained convolution ethernet. Full satisfaction is achieved %99.87 more sustainably than traditional entertainment models, successfully making this system one of the leading designs in the industry.
360º video best experienced with ipad/tablet and headphones."

ARP Avatar Guitar Synthesizer Module


via this auction

"ARP AVATAR with original pickup and cable. Recently serviced, sounds great. Also included are some of the original slider caps."

electro tune played without computers - 'route through akrpesh'


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Peter Maas

"electro tune played without computers - 'route through akrpesh'. Using a sequential drumtraks, arp axxe and roland mc202. Dynachord tape echo and knas moisturizer as effects. Boss KM60 for mixing. Guess its not a surprise I love listening to the older Dutch electro stars from the Hague, like legowelt and I-F."

Jia Huizhen - Beyond Before (Live Studio Session) 2018.12.12


Published on Dec 12, 2018

"Music video by Jia Huizhen performing Beyond Before. (C) 2018 Jia huizhen

jiahuizhen.com"

w/ the Buchla Music Easel.

Merry Christmas! from MoonSatellite Lone Wolf


Published on Dec 23, 2018 MoonSatellite Lone Wolf

Sequences : Sequential Prophet 6, DSI OB-6, Elektron A4.
Bass : Moog Taurus III
Lead : Moog GrandMother
Pad: Alesis Andromeda A6

GetLive! Jervis Solstice Synth Jam - No Talking - Just Music!


Published on Dec 23, 2018 GetJervis

"You've heard them by themselves, now feel the power of them combined! Live Jam Featuring:- JHS Pro Rhyhm SD-1, Gnat Special, Atomosynth Mochika, MFB Synth & Soulsby Atmegatron as Odytron.. Introducing Jomox XBase 09 , Alesis HR16 and Moog Sub37... Enjoy :)"

The Dream Machines - ANTONUS 2600 & STEP BROTHER


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Bruno Ender Lee

"ANTONUS 2600 & ANTONUS STEP BROTHER
studio-recording on 3 stereo-tracks (sequence/bass/leads), filmed during sequence, Dec.23.2018
composed, arranged & produced by Bruno Ender Lee"

DSI Prophet 6 & EHX Deluxe Memory Man


Published on Dec 23, 2018 3rdStoreyChemist

Merry Christmas from SYNTH-WERK...


"Dear friends of SYNTH-WERK,

We are now almost 6 years in operation and we are very happy and excited about the fantastic relationship between you and us.
Thank you for your trust and support in 2018.

'The designs of a musical instrument include two important aspects. The technical aspect but also the human aspect, which allows the musician to get in resonance with the instrument. The user interface is a major part but there is even more to be considered. It is important for the constructor of such devices to find the right balance between the two aspects. If the technical aspect is the only one considered you might get a perfect product, based to measurement results, but if the musician is not able to get in resonance with the instrument, you failed.
None of the modules of a Moog Modular are perfect in terms of measurement results or the technical aspect. They are changing their behavior depending on temperature and other influences but they value the human aspect and are very well balanced between the technical and the human point of view. Bob Moog was a genius as an engineer, but he was also a philosopher balancing the two aspects.'
Gerhard Mayrhofer

'When you connect with an instrument, no matter of what sort, there is an interaction that’s outside of what’s actually going through your fingers. I hesitate to use the word ‘spiritual’, but I’m absolutely sure that there is a consciousness that we connect with.'
Bob Moog

We wish you and your families a merry Christmas and a peaceful 2019!

https://synth-werk.com"

WaveFront_Audio 16+ Channel Fully Analog Vocoder & Spectra Channel Manager Coming in 2019


via http://wavefront-audio.com

Initial details below.

Interview w/ Michael Tyson: Creator of Audiobus, Loopy, TAAE, Samplebot, and more


Published on Dec 23, 2018 MATTHEW FECHER

"Michael Tyson is one of the single most important people in the iOS Music world. He changed history. Before Audiobus, music apps could not communicate with each other. Audiobus was the precursor to technologies such as Inter-app Audio (IAA) and the Plugin format AUv3.

Musicians including Robert Plant (Led Zepplin) and Billy Joel have used his apps on national Television. He reveals how he was traveling around Europe in an RV. Then, how he had an #1 app virtually overnight and he was able to buy house. And, other crazy stories...

0:00 Awesome Intro to Michael & Audiobus
0:57 Your apps have been featured on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. And, played by some of the most iconic musicians in history. How does it feel to see musical icons use your apps?
2:30 Did you see an increase in sales when Loopy was played on Television?
3:41 Was that a one time thing? Or, has it happened again?
4:04 Origin of SampleBot
5:06 How did The Amazing Audio Engine (TAAE) come about?
6:52 Audiobus, what was your motivation to create something that had never been done?
9:41 Will Apple even allow what you were working on... What if you wasted a year of your life?
11:58 Audiobus vs Loopy, which has been downloaded more/most successful?
13:13 You meet people in the street who know what Loopy is?
13:53 What tips do you have for people who want to get started making Audio Apps?
15:18 Of all the things you've made, what are you most proud of?
15:45 The Audiobus forum has become the central hub for all things iOS music-making. What draws everyone to the Audiobus Forum?
16:50 As a pioneer of iOS music, you have unique insight. Where is iOS Music going in 2 years?
18:14 What would you like to see in iOS development tools in 2 years?
19:49 Were your music apps inspired by your own music-making goals?
20:47 What would you build if someone gave you $1 million dollars and said you could work on anything that you wanted?
23:34 Were you born an audio programmer? How did you get to this point?
24:35 Audiobus shows continued evolution. In what areas would you like to see Apple help improve iOS music making development and how would this help AB evolve further?
25:44 How do you switch off? What activities do you do besides iOS Development?
26:19 Will we ever see an app like Sunflower on iOS?
26:46 Do you think iOS Music-making has a longterm future, specifically 5 years from now?
27:05 Would you continue making music apps if iOS no longer becomes viable?
27:49 What do you want to be doing 20 years from now?
28:46 What are some of your musical influences?
29:55 Have you seen any of your influences/music inspirations use your apps? (Imogen Heap)
31:38 What apps did you make before Loopy & Audiobus?
33:54 Did you have a day job before you left for your RV trip / app-making adventure?
35:16 What was the inspiration for The Amazing Audio Engine?
36:19 Advice for developers for dealing with bad reviews in the app store?
38:04 Michael's Final thoughts for everyone

Hosted by Matthew Fecher from AudioKit:
http://audiokitpro.com"

(un)silent night 2 : KORG KROME/volca/minilogue/MS20mini/BOSS RC-505


Published on Dec 23, 2018 karenevil

"Yet another take of silent night..."

Roland SH-101 Analog Synthesizer (1981) XOX & O - RetroWave - SynthWave


Published on Dec 23, 2018 RetroSound

"(c) 2018 vintage #synthesizer demo by RetroSound

all synthesizer sounds: #Roland #SH101 Analog Synthesizer from the year 1981
drums: LinnDrum (1982)
recording: multi-track, played by hand
fx: reverb and delay

I used the internal arpeggiator for the bass line. The arpeggiator synced with the LinnDrum."

Serger


Published on Dec 23, 2018 zack dagoba

"A sine wave is sent to the Serge
N-COM module, which produces a sequence
of ‘staircased’ notes

The Programmer/Sequencer is being used to
change the fundamental pitch of the sine wave

The rest of the patch is decorative (Serge delay
and reverb modules and VCAs)"

Prophet 600 Idling


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Paul Curreri

"No music, just five minutes of squelch and sizzle, mostly manipulating the poly-mod section. The sound happened to be running through the Line 6 DL4 at the time. Truly just whiling away some hours. Great synth. :)"

John Bowen Solaris Synthesizer SN 00311


via this auction

"Rare John Bowen Solaris Synthesizer from 2017. Flawless & includes the John Bowen dust cover. One minor scratch on the lower dark bezel as noted in the photo, otherwise mint!"

YAMAHA SY-1


via this auction

Roland MC-202 synthesizer/sequencer


via this auction

"VCF CV IN mod installed for free on buyer's request
You can control VCF cutoff freq by CH-2 CV (just selfconnect CV2 OUT to VCF IN)"

Analogue Solutions Fusebox


via this auction

Roland SH-101 Original Red w/ Accesories


via this auction

"Monophonic Roland SH-101 in original Red for Sale.
This is not a painted red, this is the original molded red from roland factory

Excellent condition, serviced and calibrated.
It is fully working and have been cleaned and refurbished.
All the knobs have been cleaned and lubricated so everything move smoothly.

It comes with the original soft case, adapter, mod grip."

S-CAT Analogue Bass-Synth cv demo.


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Space Cat Audio Technologies

"Testing the cv gate section via the keyboard of a xoxbox."

Moog MF 104m Screaming midi Overclocking


Published on Dec 23, 2018 UFO LFO

"I got this thing set on AUM midi clock 400+ BPM and I think I may have overrun it's limit's. There is a lot of interesting things to be had midi over and underclocking this moog machine. My guess is the chorus flange sweet spot is somewhere in the 300 to 350 BPM range. Square wave modulation is interesting sound discovery"

Roland SH-7

Analogue Solutions Generator - Something Good! - Started it but didn't finish it :)


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Sounds From The Shed

"A bit of "Something Good," I never got this finished, but will throw it out there just for the Dancing :) Used the Treadstone and Fusebox."

Podcast 257: Eric Singer


Published on Dec 16, 2018 20Objects

You can find some of Eric Singer's work featured in the archives here. Be sure to see Part 2 in 20Objects interview with Eric Singer below.

"I'm pretty sure you know Eric Singer's work. Some of his most well-known work includes Pat Metheny's 'The Orchestrion Project', but he's been doing robotic musical instruments for a long time. I remember the first time I saw a video of Eric work - it was the reveal for the Guitarbot, and it was jaw-dropping at the time.

Eric was a maker before there was such a thing, and was doing cool robots when robots weren't part of artistic practice. He was learning machining, embedded coding and electronic design when those phrases were more industrial 'work' than creative 'play'. And he ended up paving the way for all of us.

You can check out his current work at his http://www.singerbots.com/ site.

In this interview, we start the discussion with him about his background, some of his work with Pat (and others), and the process of coming up-to-speed on gear he had never considered part of the 'practice'. We ran out of time long before we ran out of topics, but we'll continue the chat next week.

Enjoy!"

Podcast 258: Eric Singer (Part 2)

Published on Dec 23, 2018 20Objects

"In last week's episode, we just scratched the surface of Eric's role in creating the maker's world we now occupy. So I called him back and we immediately did a second interview to fill in some of the gaps: what were the early days like, how did he actually get the stuff built, why the move to Pittsburgh. This continues the fascinating journey of Eric Singer, and helps us to further appreciate the way he helped shape the electronic music future.

I think it is especially important to consider what was happening during the early 2000's, when computer technology was moving forward so rapidly, and the financial marketplace was in post-internet-boom chaos. Eric kept cranking out the work, teaching dozens of people how to manage their art through the process of hardware and software production, and eventually leading to something as overwhelming as the Orchestrion Project.

Again, if you haven't yet checked out Eric's work, you should: http://www.singerbots.com/

Enjoy!"

Synthesizer ambient session (Matrix 1000, Microwave, JV-2080, Sub37)


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Martin Stürtzer

"All sounds: Waldorf Microwave rev. A, Oberheim Matrix 1000, Roland JV 2080, Moog Sub37.

FX: U-HE Carbon Copy & Valhalla DSP Vintage Verb
Midi sequencing: Ableton Live / Push2

Special Thanks: Ulrich Uthoff"

Silent Night Glitchy Modular Cover (sort of)


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Hannes Pasqualini

"A little, mostly improvised version of the famous christmas carol Stille Nacht (aka Silent Night). The piece uses the notes from the first beat, repeating them in a loop, and then processes them in various ways."

Senode XMAS Sequencer Noodle 2018


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Sebastian Arnold

"Happy Holidays from SENODE – Graphical Step Sequencer

SENODE is a new music composition app for iPad. It extends the concept of linear step sequencers to a freely connectable graph with an unlimited number of instruments traveling along the edges. The simple "finite state machine" model allows you to create complex polyphonic sequences and play them in real-time!

More information: www.senode.org"

Kick.S / X1379 (トロニカ)


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Kick.S

/// Equipment ////
xOxbOx
DD-500
Mixwizard
ART TPS II
ARP ODYSSEY
EHX Cathedral
FMR Audio RNC1773 (E)
Digitakt (custom painted)
BEHRINGER MIC2200 Ultragain Pro

Just a Minute - Verbos Harmonic Oscillator


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Stefan Tretau

"For those eager ones of you, jump to 2:30 for instant beauty ;-)"

ST Modular - EMOO #3 (Mod Factory)


Published on Dec 23, 2018 Stefan Tretau

"Going through the different Mod Factory programs.
Especially the Chorus (0:07) and Pitch Vibrato (2:18) are nice."

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This one is reminiscent of sleight bells for me. Giving it the holidays label. Be sure check out the label for more festive synth posts.

Roland SH 7 Moog delay


Published on Dec 22, 2018 Fuzzo Frizzbeebot

"Messing with my expensive stuff. A pocket operator tonic is provide some drum thump"
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