Saturday, August 31, 2019

Drawing with Sound (Oscilloscope Music) - Smarter Every Day 224

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Drawing with Sound (Oscilloscope Music) - Smarter Every Day 224

"What I really like about this project is that it taught me to think about the world differently with respect to physical objects. I now sometimes think about the outline of physical objects as if it's a line. The specific area of math that you use for things like this is called 'Parametric Equations'. I had a lot of great conversations about this stuff with Hansi and Jerobeam. I was very impressed by their intelligence, and also very thankful that they took their time to share these special things with me. I know they'd really appreciate it if you'd reach out to their website and purchase OsciStudio as well as some of Jerobeam's music. Even if you don't have an oscilloscope, purchasing the software will obviously help them continue to do what they love doing. Hansi showed me a very interesting thing he's working on involving ray tracing. It was fascinating.


Here's the website you want to go to:

Direct Links:

Download OsciStudio Here so you can draw 3D objects in Blender

Download some Oscilloscope Music here:

Check out Jerobeam's channel"


Oscilloscope Music - Jerobeam Fenderson

Previous posts featuring Jerobeam Fenderson. Also see: Vector Synthesis: a Media Archaeological Investigation into Sound-Modulated Light

Volca Drum + Analog Heat + Launchpad Pro Finger Drumming

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Nular Music

"Live finger drumming on KORG Volca Drum + Elektron Analog Heat MKII.

I used Pete MIDI's Velo2VolcaD Max4Live device to map the Launchpad Pro's velocity to various parameters of the Volca Drum."

LiveStream Exploring the MOK WaveRazor Dual module

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Ken Flux Pierce Fluxwithit

"Here I am trying out the WaveRazor (and a new streaming client as well) join the live chat and lets check it out."

DSI Prophet Rev2 Cinematic Ambient Sci-Fi Sound Bank

Published on Aug 31, 2019 lucafrancinimusic

"Sound bank for DSI Prophet Rev2 focusing on Cinematic Ambient and Sci-Fi genres, soon available for sale."

MU - Dark Dream

Published on Aug 17, 2019 Precarious333 Music

"Stressful dream. Dark presence. Infinite dimly lit corridors. What does it mean?

Recorded as 4 tracks into Ableton Live 8. EQ, compression, panning and effects added in post.

Patch Notes:

BASS - Q106A saw wave and Corsynth C104 soft clipped saw sequenced by SymplSEQ 1 into Q105 low pass modulated by C106 channel B and AD ENV. C104 starts out static with no CV to pitch until 45 seconds in.

CHIME - Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Magnus controlled by a second SymplSEQ.

MELODIC - Noise Engineering Ataraxic Iteritas Magnus through Q107A low pass filer modulated by AD ENV. Also sequenced by the second SymplSEQ. I love the Noise on this module. Not standard noise but adds instability to the pitch. It's a really nice effect.

GATED - Same Noise Engineering Ataraxic Iteritas Magnus but through Q107A high pass filer into Oakley Deep Equinox modulated by C106 A-B Out then VCA gated 16th notes.

The MELODIC and GATED components coming from the same source and running through the same multimode filter are balanced by the filter frequency knob with GATED high pass fading at high frequency settings and MELODIC fading as the low pass filter closes.

TIMING - MIDI to clock pulse supplied by Buchla 225e syncing Oakley LFO multed to SymplSEQ 1 and CGS01 Sub Oscillator acting as a clock divider/gate mixer creating the odd cadence of SymplSEQ 2. Irregular gate pattern from SymplSEQ 1 triggering an ENV and channel A of C106. Irregular trigger pattern from SymplSEQ 2 runs to sync of the other Oakley LFO re-triggering the cycle. This allows me to control the gate length by using the square out of the LFO at low rate and adjusting the pulse width adding sustain time to the ENV and NE BIM it triggers. The sine out of this LFO modulates wave shape on NE AIM."

YAMAHA SY99 Analog Softness

Published on Aug 31, 2019 synths colors

NOVATION PEAK - Unboxing, Overview & Sounds - Synth Demo

Published on Aug 31, 2019 synth4ever

"Novation Peak unboxing, overview/review and sounds & patches. This Novation Peak demo covers various features of the Novation Peak synth, sound design possibilities and a few patches and presets.

The Novation Peak is an 8-voice polyphonic digital/analog hybrid synthesizer featuring digital oscillators + analog filters and VCAs. The Novation Peak's "New Oxford" FPGA-based oscillators run at 24 MHz to avoid typical sample rate limitations of sample and DSP oscillator designs.

The Novation Peak features 3 oscillators (each with sine, triangle, sawtooth and pulse waveforms) and 43 wavetables. Each oscillator also can be have sync or linear FM, and there is a ring modulator and noise as well.

There are 3 envelopes and 4 LFOs on the Peak. The LFOs have triangle, sawtooth, square and Sample & Hold waveforms. The resonant filter is a multimode OTA design with lowpass, bandpass and highpass settings and can be 12dB or 24dB slope. It also features pre and post filter drive amounts.

The Novation Peak effects section contains analog distortion, 3 types of chorus, delay and 3 types of reverb. All effects can also be modulated in a 4-slot FX mod matrix and configured in parallel or serial routing signal chains. There is also a traditional modulation matrix with 16 slots, each slot having 2 sources per destination.

In addition, the Novation Peak has an arpeggiator with 7 modes, 33 patterns, and adjustable gate length. The Peak also includes various functions such as drift, diverge, unison mode, unison detune, Animate buttons to enable temporary sound changes, and more.

The Novation Peak is a powerful and versatile digital/analog hybrid synth for the modern era with great effects and modulation capabilities. It excels at not only traditional analog sounds, but also vast ambient soundscapes, cutting leads, powerful basses, textures and sound effects. The Peak is a fantastic instrument for those who enjoy experimentation and bread n' butter sounds, and fuses digital and analog technology into a single powerful synth.



0:00 Arp Jam

0:31 Unboxing

2:17 A Few Presets

04:18 Overview
04:45 Oscillators
05:16 Waveshaping
06:49 Footages
07:05 Pitch Mod
07:44 LFO 1/2
08:20 Wavetables
09:33 Ring Mod
09:58 Noise
11:05 Filter
13:13 Overdrive
13:36 Arpeggiator
15:25 Distortion
15:58 Chorus
17:25 Delay
18:53 Reverb
22:41 Drift/Diverge
23:06 Envelope Loop
23:38 LFO 3/4
24:11 FX Mod/Routing
24:41 Unison
25:25 Mod Matrix
25:43 Animate

26:23 Conclusion"

Arturia Matrixbrute Seq Mode Presets (Seqs Machine Soundset)

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Anton Anru

"Get the collection of Arps & Seqs for your Arturia Matrixbrute.

'Seqs Machine' soundset includes:
16 Arps
16 Seqs
16 Arp+Seqs
16 Duo Splits
Get the patches:

Each preset has Mod Wheel and 4 Macros modulations, that gives you an opportunity for creative tweaking during a performance/jam, as well as fast and easy automation inside your DAW.

For sending the presets to your MatrixBrute use Arturia Midi Control Center."

Experiments with Hartmann Neuron

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Neuronium spectacular

"Starting from Scratch using a simple sine wave"


Some interesting textures throughout this one.

Rare PPG 360A Wave Computer

via this auction

Roland Juno-6

via this auction

Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 Rev. 1 SN 0056 w/ Koa Wood

via this auction

Update: new pics added below.

"1978 Prophet 5 Rev. 1 SN#0056. Completely tunes and restored in condition of fully operational by Wine Country Productions, in November, 2016. Only fire up for testing and never use any project since then. Rev. 1 and Rev. 2 use SSM chip, much fatter but issues on power supply going too hot and drifting tunes. This machine added large heat sink to prevent such issues and very stable. Rev. 1 produced only 182 units hand made at Dave Smith’s garage. Comes with Corticate of Restoration. Replaced parts includes 1x SSM2020 dual VCA IC, 2x SSM2030 VCO IC with tempco, 1x SSM2050 ADSR IC meaning core parts are new and no visible damages as well. CV and Gate inputs allows to drive this synth from the external sequencer."

Cwejman S1 MK2 SN 19-050

via this auction

Composing longer tracks // Synthstrom Deluge Tutorial

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Ron Cavagnaro

Intro 0:00
Sequencing notes 0:30
Changing length of track 1:00
Duplicating entire track 1:22
Zoomed out longer notes 1:59
Copy Paste Function 2:25
Clearing track 3:45
Composing a new track 4:00
Playback from screen view 5:25
Copy paste to another track 6:02
*Note -Could use duplicate track function, then change midi channel. This is just showing copy paste again
Composing an accompanying longer track 6:51
Extended Demo playback with master FX 10:42

THE MOOTS play "Golden" by Jill Scott

Published on Aug 31, 2019 mootbooxle

Full ARP Odyssey on bass demo. The Minimoog doesn't get touched in this one.

"In case you ever wondered what exactly I do, well, here's one of the things! I have a jazz-funk duo called The MOOTS which consists of myself on a pile of keyboards and vocals and effects, and Darrell Nutt on drums and electronics/loops etc.

This was the end of the night and the club was pretty much empty, then Reese 3Piece came and rocked it on a couple. He's a serious piano player himself! Anyway we had fun...we always do in The MOOTS!"

Dreadbox Omikron Aion 904 a Filter Aion ADSR eurorack modules Berlin School like sequence

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Tiefengrund

Dreadbox Omikron through Aion 904 a
Aion ADSR for filter cutoff
Doepfer ADSR for VCA
VCA: Intellijel uVCA
Sequencer: Doepfer Dark Time
Gate to Doepfer Racheting Controller

Goldberg Variations 1 - Modular Synth

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Modular Landing

"This is the second in a series on playing Bach's Goldberg Variations on a modular synth."

Drum Button Eurorack Kit Assembly

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Reckless Experimentation Audio LLC

"Today we are going to build a Drum Button sequencer, if you are unfamiliar with what is does see the link here [posted here]

kit available here"

Patch of the Week 21: microKORG Funk Bass

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Korg

"Basic patches you can follow along at home on your microKORG synth: Funk Bass using 2 oscillators."

Korg Patch of the Week videos

20190831MoogLP gtSound

Published on Aug 31, 2019 ryouichi harada

What's the little action figure? He gets moved around the Little Phatty now and then.

Teenage Engineering OP-Z - Moby Porcelain Cover

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Matt Craven

"This was a bit of a labour of love and there were times when I fell out with the OP-Z, but quite happy with the end result and we're friends again now.

All sounds coming from OP-Z recorded directly into Huawei P30 Pro via Boya 3.5mm TRS to Type-C Connector Audio Cable.
Some stock sounds, some samples from Splice and sampled a bit of the original track for the 'Dey' 'Wobbah' bits!"

Side note: I think the "Dey" "Wobbah" is actually "Hey" "Woman".

MONTAGE MODX TOOLS - Making a cool arpeggio performance!

Published on Aug 31, 2019 Woody Piano Shack

"We'll use the software editor for MODX and MONTAGE to create a layer and split performance on the YAMAHA MODX6. After we've created the patch I'll do an improvised demo for you.

Sounds covered in this tutorial are bass, pads, synth comp, synth lead, drums and plenty of the interesting arpeggio patterns that come with the MODX powerful arpeggiator.
The editor will give us a nice overview of the architecture and sounds design aspects of the AWM2 and FM-X synth engines when creating patches and sounds.

Montage / MODX Tools - John Melas' Synth Site"

Synthesizer Soundbath, Second Sundays at VSM

Published on Aug 30, 2019 Vintage Synthesizer Museum

"Bring a pillow, or two, and come relax at VSM while over 20 synthesizers drone and arpeggiate in beautiful harmony for two hours. Feel free to arrive and leave at any point during those two hours.

$5 suggested donation

The next sound bath is Sunday, September 8, 2019
1:00 PM-3:00 PM

Note: the soundbath is aimed at adults 18+ who want to come relax, reflect, meditate, listen, etc…so come prepared to be chill and be quiet. While this is a good opportunity to see and experience VSM, it is not an opportunity to play and touch the synthesizers. If you would like to play the synths, please book an appointment with us during our regular hours. Thanks.

Contact VSM at:

Friday, August 30, 2019

Big Synth News Coming From Behringer (& KORG's Hiroaki Nishijima)?

This one was spotted and sent in via Soviet Space Child.

Per the description: "I am in beutiful Japan together with Luigi Scarano, our Synthesizer Innovation leader.

Stay tune from some big news - and i mean BIG news.


Note who looks like KORG's Hiroaki Nishijima in the back left. I thought that might be Korg's Fumio Mieda on the right, but I'm not sure. You can find a pic and interview with Hiroaki Nishijima and Fumio Mieda here. Some of the other faces look familiar as well, especially the gentleman on the front left. If you can ID them, please comment.

Could this be the Behringer DS80 / CS80, a partnership with KORG, or other?

Behringer meeting with any representatives of another large scale synth company is a big deal. It will be interesting to find out what this is all about.

You can find an interview with Luigi Scarno here.

Update: Announcement below with a new pic, also in via Soviet Space Child. It looks like Hiroaki Nishijima is indeed joining Behringer.

“Synthesizer Icon Hiroaki Nishijima to Lead Behringer’s New Synthesizer Innovation Center in Japan

Behringer announced today that Hiroaki Nishijima, synthesizer icon and inventor of the famous Korg MS-20 Synthesizer, will lead Behringer’s new high-tech innovation center in its Tokyo headquarter.

Behringer’s vision is to build a large research and development center and invite many talented Japanese engineers to focus on flagship synthesizers, samplers and other innovative product designs.

About Hiroaki Nishijima

“Ever since I was a child, I was always excited to disassemble toys and explore how they work. My father and grandfather helped nurture that side of me by teaching me electronics and how to solder while attending third year of elementary school.

During that time, I got into music. I started playing with my brother’s classical guitar and eventually got lessons from an actual classical guitar teacher. I continued to play and improve until I noticed I was becoming better at it than my brother.

As my skills grew more diverse, so did my taste in music. Pink Floyd, King Crimson, Genesis, ELP and I Pooh became my inspirations. In junior high school, I bought an electric guitar and formed a band. That’s when I saw a synthesizer for the first time. It was amazing and I wanted one for myself, but it was just too expensive for a student like me.

When I entered university, I studied electronic engineering and played in a band. While that was going on, I’d also repair my friends’ amps and would design effects on the side. After graduation, I joined Korg to develop synthesizers like the MS-20 series, Sigma, KES and PME-40X series, Z3 and even Korg’s component modeling technology.

Over the past few years I have watched Behringer deliver high-quality synthesizers and pursue a very strong mission to deliver impressive instruments to musicians around the world. I reached out to Uli Behringer because I wanted to be part of his mission and help Behringer design world-class musical instruments. This is my dream, too.

These days, it’s difficult for current Japanese companies to create the types of synths that I used to develop. This is why I joined Behringer because my ambition to create professional analog synthesizers coincides with Uli Behringer’s love of musical instruments and with that I’m very excited to see what we can dream up.

I am currently looking for experienced embedded software leaders and engineers for our new Innovation center in Tokyo. Please can contact us at”

About Music Tribe

Uli Behringer, Founder of Behringer and Music Tribe commented: “I am extremely proud to have Nishijima San on our team. This man is a legendary synth icon with decades of experience.
Ever since I designed my own synthesizer in 1977, I have always been obsessed with synthesizers and today, Behringer is on a mission to bring back classic synthesizers as well as design completely new instruments and make them available at prices everyone can afford. We at Behringer believe that everyone should have access to the amazing synthesizers and sounds of the 70’s and 80’s.”

Uli continues: “We are currently recruiting experienced synthesizer engineers from all over the world to join us in our synthesizer mission. People interested can directly contact me at”

SDS Digital Sequarallel 8HP MIDI2CV Sequencer Module!

Published on Aug 30, 2019 freshnelly

"Well, I'm at it again! I have long wanted a decent sequencer that uses recorded to MIDI to make sequences for modular without a computer.

It started out as a simple MIDI2CV but then my trademark "what if..." kicked in and here we are. I just had to show it off a little.

This video is rather hap-hazard and was just testing a couple of functions, Bar looping and Transposing.

In FL Studio I made a 16 bar test sequence with changes every couple of bars from 1 channel to 2, then 3 & 4 channels (and very different parts although stuck with the same key) to test the various CV-MIDI Channel modes and note-order selection (Time, Range, Cycle). That was mentioned to explain why the instruments and cadence changes so much from one bar to another.

There was also 3 program changes on channel 1, and a couple of percussion sequences.

There is only 1 VCO hooked on Gate/CV 3 here but it's pretty funky with all 4! It plays certain notes when in certain channel/order modes as you can hear in the video.

In percussion mode, where up to 12 triggers are brought to the panel, the display changes to visualize that. Note numbers are in each percussion box. Eventually the fixed notes can be set to automatically assign Jacks as they come in.

The really cool thing about this module is that the sequences are played internally, under modular clock control, just as they were recorded. So some channels may be recorded that, if not blocked, can come out of the MIDI jack, plus play when a different Channel Mode is selected (1+1+1+1, 3+1, 2+2, All 4)

This sequence has no loop points (Note#121) in the sequence or manually assigned Loop/JumpTo points so looping just defaults to inside the present bar. Even this was a lot of fun though!

This sequence took about 1% of the memory so I think it would be possible to get near 100 sequences in there.

It's a powerful little module and has been a bit of work over the past couple of weeks but now seeing results."

Elektron Model:Samples : house

Published on Aug 30, 2019 Masaki Takada

John Bowen SOLARIS Demo of tweaking, sound design and some patches

Published on Aug 30, 2019 synthlegends

"The John Bowen Synth Design SOLARIS is almost 8 years on the market. Since 2012 there were approximately 380 units produced. The 7th production run just finished and is sold out.

The SOLARIS is a very sophisticated digital virtual analog synthesizer with 4 oscillators, 2 so called rotors, tons of waveforms, filters, mixer routing possibilities, 5 LFO and 6 envelopes. It contains about 1200 parameter and countless routing possibilities. It is like a polyphonic modular synthesizer which is capable to recreate all classic vintage synthesizers and also never heard digital stuff. With the SOLARIS a programmers dream became true. The GUI is quite logical thanks to 5 text displays for each section in the signal path plus a big graphic display.

My new purchased SOLARIS with Serial Number 356 has a new hardware feature, OLED Text Displays. In the meanwhile the OS is "grown up" and there are also more than 2000 user presets programmed by a big community of sound designers.

In this video I only scratch on the surface. In the beginning I want to demonstrate a bit the different sections (oscillator, filter, envelops, LFO) by tweaking an anlog sounding JUPITER style Pad. Then I demonstrate a couple of typical analog leads, bass, sync sounds and some digital sounds to show the wavetable section. In the end I play a gorgeous string patch demonstrating some further routing capabilities in the mixer section, where you can layer 4 parts.

I did not use any additional effects, mastering, compression or eq. You hear only the SOLARIS from Out 1 and 2 directly to the audio interface.

I hope, you enjoy this video, which only shows a very little part of this unbelievable flexible synth. I am very happy to read your comments.

Cheers, Rüdiger"

ik multimedia UNO DRUM // factory kits // KICK 1 // A

Published on Aug 30, 2019 LESINDES

Synth Rorschach #67

via @auralhistories, via symmetry

184 cyclotron found by Hainbach

"In May 2019, a Berlin-based, classically-trained symphony composer with a fondness for converting old scientific gear into musical instruments posted to a discussion forum: 'Any nuclear scientists here? 184[-inch] cyclotron question.'

In a single photo, he presented a mystery: His latest find was a ’70s-era piece of equipment labeled a 'LOCK-IN AMPLIFIER' featuring analogue displays, four dials of varying sizes, and a neat blue sticker label reading '184' CLYCLOTRON, BLDG. 80, RM. 121, EXT. 5467.” Could anyone help him find the story behind it?

Stefan Paul Goetsch, who uses the name Hainbach when creating electronic music, posted the plea hoping the equipment might be traceable via the label. He had no idea that blue sticker would provide a clear connection to a major piece of scientific history..."

GSE 101-VCO Complete Overview [Demo 2] (Roland SH-101)

Published on Aug 30, 2019 gstormelectro

"Audio and Video by G-Storm Electro c. 2019

Today I am giving a full overview of my new 101-VCO. The 101-VCO is a Eurorack adaptation the Roland SH-101 voltage controlled oscillator.

While I tune and calibrate the 101-VCO before send them out, your module may require fine Tuning adjustment to suit your system.
Only very small adjustments to TR1 and possibly TR2 should be required.
However the Tuning section of this overview covers the full tune
calibration procedure.

0:00 Audio - FM on Pulse + Sub w/ PWM
0:36 Waveforms
1:52 Audio - FM on Triangle
2:06 Tune, Range, FM and FM Type
3:01 Audio - Sequenced Pulse + Sub
3:31 Sync
4:02 Complete Tune Calibration Procedure
6:30 Audio"


BoBeats: making music at an ABANDONED SPY STATION

Published on Aug 30, 2019 BoBeats

"During #creatorbase19 I made some music at an abandoned spy station. #maschine #makingmusic

If you like what I do support it

Listen to my track BACKLASH here:"

Featuring Native Instruments' Maschine.

Waldorf Blofeld "Organica" 128 presets

Published on Aug 29, 2019 chronosproject


You can find additional presets from Supporting MATRIXSYNTh member, chronosproject here.

TEST SERIES Tracktion Delta-V Audio SpaceCraft Granular Synth Sound Design

Published on Aug 30, 2019 Outsider Sound Design

"Loading eurorack synth samples and field recordings into the plugin version of SpaceCraft to create granular clouds and ambient textures.

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"

ÆTHER WAVES VOL. 1 - AE Modular Synth Sounds!

Published on Aug 30, 2019 THE TUESDAY NIGHT MACHINES

"Listen to the compilation here:
All proceeds go to charity :)


More information on the AE Modular forums:

There will be more AE Modular synth music albums in the future, so go ahead and submit your AE Modular music to the label :) More info about that in the above forum thread."

Access Virus Ti2 Desktop

via this auction

"Argubly the best innovative hardware synth out there in my opinion with profound capabilities for sound design and tons of ROM catagory banks

The sound quality is full, rich and powerful when recorded in external midi and organically raw when recorded in audio ideal for various recording techniques and other options. (Also has AU/Vst intergration for beginners)

The filter envelopes are deep with a quick attack and the unit has an array of built in effects which can give out very satisfying results either through analogue or digital using different waveform structures

Overall It has a sound of its own and stands out from all the other synths i have used A must have for any serious producer who's into advanced 'EDM'"

Electro Harmonix Space Drum Vintage Analog Drum Synth

Electro Harmonix Space Drum Demo & Free Audio Samples

Published on Aug 12, 2019 Retro Drum

"Short demo video of a vintage '70s Electro Harmonix Space Drum pedal.

Audio output of the Space Drum recorded directly to an audio interface without the use of EQ or Dynamics processing. Audio uploaded to YouTube 24-bit/48kHz uncompressed."

via this auction

"vintage Electro Harmonix Space Drum in good working condition. All controls, switches, trigger input, output, and trigger pad have all been tested and confirmed working. Output sound is clean and loud, you can hear/see a video demo of the Space Drum being sold in this auction posted to my YouTube channel below (Space Drum in this ebay auction was used to create the YouTube video) [above]"

Two pics of the inside below.

KURZWEIL Model 1200 PRO I Keyboard Synth Expansion Module SN 11900022

via this auction

Nord Lead 2x Classic Virtual Analog Synthesizer

via this auction

Moog Subsequent 37 Paraphonic Analogue Synth SN 00058 w/ Original Box

via this auction

"In excellent condition (as new). Selling due to birth of second child."

Ciat-Lonbarde Deerhorn Organ

via this auction

"Everything functions properly, WITH THE EXCEPTION of the leftmost bottom LED- long story short, it was broken during a calibration mishap (yes, not my proudest moment). I'm not sure how easy/difficult it would be replace, but I've been assured by Peter that this will not cause any issues regarding functionality. In practice, I haven't found the missing LED to be too problematic.

Otherwise, it's been well cared-for and sounds amazing."

Synthesis Technology E370 Quad Digital Oscillator Black & Extra Silver Panel

via this auction

E-MU Systems Emax II (1mb of RAM, lowest specs)

via this auction

"Unit with HxC upgrade, Original Mitsubishi floppy drive, external SCSI Drive.Excludes : Any other accessories, floppies, etc. Please note that I did the upgrade by myself and when I opened the unit, it seems like there was no Internal SCSI drive. Unit is in great cosmetic condition for its age. It has some scratches and paint scuffs..."

GRP A4 Analog Synthesizer in Built-in Yellow Travel Case

via this auction

"Excellent condition GRP A4 semi modular analog synth. This is one of two (i am told) in an travel case instead of the wood case. This has been in storage for the past few month and was used only sparingly before that due to space constraints and a pending move. Comes with case front cover (not pictured)."

Check out the back.

Cwejman S1 MK2

via this auction

"Excellent condition S1MK2 - 2019 model. Racked but largely unused due to travel and pending move."

Big Blue (F-Zero SNES) music remastered on pro. synthesizer

Published on Aug 30, 2019 Panorama as a circle

"Big Blue (F-Zero SNES) music OST remastered remix on 90s professional synthesizer Roland JV-1010 / JV-1080."

Elektron Model:Samples : techno

Published on Aug 30, 2019 Masaki Takada

Minibrute 2s & DigiTone Synths - Analogue vs FM Digital - Together! With a Duck?

Published on Aug 30, 2019 GetJervis

"Check out the wicked sounds I made putting my Arturia MiniBrute 2s wityh my Elektron DigiTone.
Jamming with Ducks, tea and cake..
Hope you enjoy!"

11-The Arturia MicroFreak- Oscillator types K: Speech

Published on Aug 30, 2019 AutomaticGainsay

"Here is a demonstration of the 'speech' digital oscillator found on the Arturia MicroFreak."

Arturia MicroFreak videos by AutomaticGainsay

10 Synth Riffs That Shook the World

Published on Aug 30, 2019 Espen Kraft

"'Thriller' by the build-up into the main hook, 'The Final Countdown' by it's majestic synth brass sound and also build up. 'Take on Me' by it's catchy almost arpeggio-like way of playing, along with the staccato DX synth bass, 'Save a Prayer' by utilizing the pitch bend wheel in a new way as well as the different keys the chords take throughout the song. Axel F for simplicity yet intoxicating main hook and bass, 'New Song' for the way Mr. HJ so effortlessy managed several synths at the same time, yet playing that catchy riff. 'Light my Fire' by sheer awesomeness in the outragious use of different keys and chords in that short amount of time the solo lasts. 'Deep Red' by its use of different time signatures and the way is so hypnotizing together with the visuals of the movie. Lastly 'Toccata and Fugue in Dm', pure madness and every note just adds to the madness. I've taken insoiration from this piece for years and many of my songs have snippets of that in it, in different ways."

Featuring the KORG DW-8000 and Roland D-50.

Thursday, August 29, 2019

A quick run with Summit, PO400 and Digitakt

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Ehsan Gelsi

Stream, buy and steal my music:

Talking Synths with Justin Melland at The Eleventh Laboratory

Published on Aug 29, 2019 therevoxhq

"Justin Melland, Los Angeles based film composer known for Netflix's 'Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tape' and Showtime's "Dark Net" talks about using modular synthesis for movie scoring. Justin also demonstrates how he combines his Buchla Music Easel and Oberheim Two Voice to create drones and uses his Therevox ET-4.3 synthesizer with an OCD distortion and Earthquaker Devices delay and also briefly shows off the unique filter of the Crumar string synth."

Circlefade CFM2 All-in-One Semi Modular Synth

Circlefade also brought us the CF1M stand alone sequencer and VCV modules.

Target price for the CFM2 350€. It is currently in design.

via Circlefade:

"The CFM2 packs the fundamental features of modular synths.

With it, you can create complex sounds and experience Eurorack, no other gear needed.

Things you can do with the CFM2

Built in sequencer
No need for a keyboard or external sequencer. You can create rhythms and sequences with the knobs and push button interface, like on a drum machine.

Complex sounds
The CFM2 has a macro oscillator, inspired by Mutable Instruments Plaits and Erica Synth wavetables. You can select sounds from 8 different banks, and change their frequency and harmonics. Perfect to create basic sine and triangle waves, as well as more complex sounds like acid basslines or ambiant pads.

Techno Jam with sweet IIIP Moog Modular Synth, 2 DFAM and a Roland TR8s Drum Machine

Premiered Aug 28, 2019 Sound Provider

"During this Techno Dawless Jam Session in Nick de Friez Studio, Leonard de Leonard is enjoying the beautiful IIIp Moog Modular Systems when Nick is doing the beat with 2 DFAM ( Drummer From Another Mother ) a Semi-Modular Analog Percussion Synthesizer from Moog again and a TR-8s DrumMachine from Roland.

During this session we have some little chaotic moment , but I think we have enough material to release a good old school Techno Track after some edits :D

For info, the Key just in from of the big ModularSynth is the Tri-timbal, Polyphonic analog Synthesizer "Moog One" , we use it a lot during the session but not on the video, Sorry

Thanks Dom for the shooting ;)"

Yamaha CS01 w/ Original Case

via this auction

Gunakri Scale by Ornament and Crime

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Ebotronix

Gunakri number of notes: 5
notes (in cents): 0, 111.7, 497.7, 702.3, 814.1
Ribbon upper to 2x Two59 , μBraids
Ribbon lower to Sputnik Modular Dual Oscillator and
MI Tunefish μElements
bass by Make Noise STO to E 440 Filter
chords by ARC Serge TKB to Ornament and Crime to
4x μBraids Flame Curves, & A 111-4, A105-4

Control: Sonic Scenarios | Make Noise: Mimeophon

Published on Aug 29, 2019 CTRL MOD

"Simple experiments using the Make Noise Mimeophon.

For more info on the Mimeophon visit our site here:

Sonic Scenarios is a series of videos chronicling the features, designs and sounds of Eurorack format synthesizer modules with sound designer Mike Kiraly — Presented by Control.

Control is a synthesizer brick/mortar and online shop located in the South Williamsburg Neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY specializing in Eurorack Modular, vintage traditional and unusual eccentric electronic devices both analog and digital. Please do not hesitate to get in touch."


1. Sonic Scenarios | Make Noise: Mimeophon - Part 1 of 4 / Chords
Video 1 of 4: Simple experiments using the Make Noise Mimeophon. Here we process a chord through the Mimeophon showing examples of both Dry & Wet.
2. Sonic Scenarios | Make Noise: Mimeophon - Part 2 of 4 / From Nothing
Video 2 of 4: Simple experiments using the Make Noise Mimeophon.
3. Sonic Scenarios | Make Noise: Mimeophon - Part 3 of 4 / Stepping Out
Video 3 of 4: Simple experiments using the Make Noise Mimeophon. Here we experiment with the different delay styles, creating flange, karplus and more.
4. Sonic Scenarios | Make Noise: Mimeophon - Part 4 of 4 / Looper
Video 4 of 4: Simple experiments using the Make Noise Mimeophon. Here we use the Mimeophon as a looper.

Music Mouse Live Setup

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Hairy Sands

"A quick description of our live Music Mouse setup. The Music Mouse was created by Laurie Spiegel Spiegel is probably best known for her record The Expanding Universe which was re-released by the label Unseen Worlds Her *record* Unseen Worlds was also re-released by the same label and was composed almost exclusively with the Music Mouse You can find out more about it at Laurie's page


Cinematic and FX

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Pulsophonic

"Demo 1/3 of the new sound bank for Prophet 12 : 'Cinematic and FX'.
Only effect onboard except a little reverb on Jupiter 4 only.
Presets available at :"

DSI Pro 2 (Presets Part 3)

Published on Aug 29, 2019 3rdStoreyChemist

Bank F7

3rdStoreyChemist DSI Pro 2 videos

Tutorial - writing a track from scratch on the Novation Circuit

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Silver Reef

"I've had a bunch of requests asking me to make a tutorial describing my creative process and how I write songs on the Circuit. In this video, I start writing a track from scratch and detail some of the tips and tricks I've learned in the last year that I've owned this Circuit. If this is helpful, let me know and I'll make some more tutorials!"

Zoom H5 Portable Field Recorder Sampling (With Cat!)

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Perfect Circuit

"The Zoom H5 is an affordable battery powered portable recorder. It comes with a stereo mic and mic/line inputs, but you can also switch the microphone for other attachments if needed. In this video we recorded a bunch of sounds that we sequenced with Ableton Live 10.

With a portable field recorder like the Zoom H5 you can turn a railroad train into a kick drum or a smashing Club-Mate bottle into a snare. You can even add cat meows to your tracks!

Zoom H5 available here:

Ableton Live 10 available here:

#PerfectCircuit #Sampling #FieldRecording"

Gotharman's LD3: FM

Published on Aug 29, 2019 gotharman

"Setting up FM, oscillator FM, filter FM and sample FM."

Behringer neutron 64 massive presets pack

Published on Aug 29, 2019 chronosproject


New preset bank for supporting MATRIXYSNTH Member, chronosproject.

And one for the the Zoom MS-50G effects pedal. Note the demo video uses a guitar, but you can feed your synth through the Zoom as well, of course.

ZOOM MS-50G - "Galactic Spaces" 50 custom presets

Published on Aug 29, 2019


BoBeats: Wave Alchemy Bass Synth — 3 Reasons to Check it out

Published on Aug 29, 2019 BoBeats

"Wave Alchemy Bass Synth is a new Kontakt instrument. If you want to pick it up use my link: and CODE: WAD4BEFFE4 for 10% off. Video sponsored by Wave Alchemy.

Listen to my track BACKLASH here:"


KORG Minilogue xd demo by Olivier Briand and updates and tricks by Philippe Brodu

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Olivier Briand

"KORG Minilogue xd demo by Olivier Briand and updates and tricks by Philippe Brodu 2019"

intellijel Dual VCA 1U Eurorack Module

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Intellijel

"The Intellijel VCA 1U provides a compact two channel VCA with handy normalling to maximize functionality while minimizing required patching. Perfect if you need to squeeze a VCA into a small case or add more channels to a larger system."

DX5 playing Telex "Discow Moscow"

Published on Aug 29, 2019 DX5

"Rendition to one of the finest synth tracks from belgium synth pioneers 'Telex'.
Gear used:
Roland JX-8P
Roland JP8000
Access Virus TI Snow (Vocoder)
Kurzweil PC1x (controller).

Backtrack previously recorded on Pro Tools.
Original track composed by: Marc Moulin, Dan Lacksman and Michel Moers (Telex)
Performed here by DX5 Jose Maria Bara."

Let's build ANOTHER Generative Patch in VCV Rack

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Omri Cohen

"So it's been a while since the first video I made about building a generative patch, and so many things have changed since so I thought maybe it's a good idea to have a new take on this concept.

If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

Here is the final patch -"

Moog Grandmother Front Panel Faceplate Sticker

via this auction

"Moog Great Grandmother Semi-Modular Synth face plate. 30 3/8 inch long."

KAWAI K4R 16-bit Digital Synthesizer Module SN 317973 w/ Two Voice Cards - Roland D50 Impressions

via this auction


Sound Source K4 Voice RAM Series D50 Impressions
Voice Crystal 1 K4 64 Voice RAM

Vintage Moog Synth Price List 1975 Catalog

via this auction


via this auction

Sequential Circuits Pro One SN 4267 w/ Wood Case

via this auction

"SCI Pro one J-Wire top condition. Special Wood edition (wooden frame)

In Pro Service, so it can be enjoyed for years without issues (Service report included).
Used in home studio and handeled with care."

Moog Source Monophonic Analog Synthesizer SN 2778 w/ Encore MIDI

via this auction

"Fully working, excellent condition. Fully and exhaustively restored by Analogics so new capacitors, calibration, battery, and cleaning already taken care of. Has the Encore Midi which also increases patch storage on this. I can provide some additional patches for this that were the Devo and related sound banks offered up at one time.

This Moog is only second to a Model D in terms of vintage raw tone and it is easily one of the best mono synths out there. Famous for it's use as the baseline in Blue Monday and many other songs."

Ensoniq ZR76 Digital Synthesizer Repair

Published on Aug 29, 2019 calvinthedestroyer

"I go through a trouble shoot my old keyboard to get it back up and running. I also take some time to research and go over some of the internal hardware that is used to make such awesome sounds.

This keyboard had received water damage ( I'm hoping that was water )

I followed the 8-bit guys style of video since I had to repair the keyboard anyway. I think it came out great. This is a very nice keyboard and one of my prized possessions."

SQUANK! (Elektron Digitakt + Analog Heat MKII Performance)

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Red Means Recording

"Extract performance from my Elektron Analog Heat MKII walkthrough." [previously posted here]

Roland JV-1010 / JV-1080 all 128 GM patches demos played HQ

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Panorama as a circle

New News Site Label

For those that actually use the labels on the site, I'm creating a new News label.

You might be familiar with the New Gear labels. The label didn't cover news like upcoming events and the recent BMF raffle, so I'm creating a new News label for them.  The label will cover everything perceived as News including New Gear announcements and teasers.


Published on Aug 29, 2019 geertdx7

"Dtronics DT7 controller, in this video you can see what happens when you start editing a DX5 sounds with the DT7 controller."

29 08 19 BugBrand Modular System

Published on Aug 29, 2019 batchas

"Main sequencing = Scrotum Lab's Grilles + Le Seq + Le Seq X.
Drums / percus = Orgone Accumulator MK2 + Radio Music."

Korg MS20 Mini High and Low/pass Filters

Published on Aug 29, 2019 Musho

"Korg MS-20 is a semi-modular monophonic synthesizer with two oscillators, controlled by the tense production of the Japanese company Korg from 1978 to 1983. The synthesizer was part of a series of MS-tools, which also included an MS-10 generator."

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Dreadbox Hypnosis - Quick Jam

Published on Aug 28, 2019 Kraft Music

"Shop for your perfect Dreadbox gear at Kraft Music:

You are getting sleepy....very sleepy...WAKE UP!!! and enjoy this quick jam of the Hypnosis time effects processor from Dreadbox, along with the excellent Korg Monologue.

Dreadbox Hypnosis Time Effects Processor works with your synths, guitar or even a mic to give you a dreamy and out-of-this-world sound.

Time effects processor with 3 independent effects
Analog spring reverb with a 3-spring tank and a unique pitch modulation circuit
Stereo analog BBD chorus/flanger with 3 LFO waves
Stereo digital delay with 3 delay types and freeze function
Variable input and output gain controls (from microphone to eurorack levels)
Preset memory for up to 49 presets

Get more for your money with an exclusive deals from Kraft Music. Get the accessories you'll need to get the most out of your new effects box, all for one low price. If you have any questions, please contact us. Our knowledgeable sales advisors will be happy to assist in getting everything that's right for your setup!"

Percussa SSP Updated with New Step Sequencer, MIDI Sync & Other Optimizations

via Percussa Updates on Kicstarter:

Update 25082019 [New VCA/Mixer; New step sequencer; New MIDI sync features; various fixes and optimizations]

Time for another major update - In this one a new VCA module inspired by the Doepfer A-135 module, lots of improvements to the step sequencer and MIDI module, and a variety of bugfixes.

New VCA Module

The new quad-VCA module can be used as a VCA or mixer. Each VCA takes an audio input (A) and a control input (C), and the control signal is used to scale the audio signal. Both the audio and control inputs have attenuation parameters. There is also a gain parameter per VCA, and each VCA has an individual output. Besides that there is also a SUM output which is the sum of all 4 VCA outputs, which allows you to use the VCA as a mixer.

Here is how the VCA works internally - the Gain level is applied to the audio input, post-attenuation. The control signal is applied on top of the Gain level, post-attenuation. The sum of the gain level and applied control signal is clipped to the maximum signal amplitude.

Step Sequencer

We’ve done a massive update to the step sequencer module - we’ve added a playback window, with a start position (from). The pattern length parameter controls the length of the playback window and you can move the playback window anywhere in the 64-step pattern using the from parameter. You also can control the direction of playback using the new Dir input and there are special inputs to be used with the new MIDI clock/start/stop/continue signals of the MIDI module (see below). Besides all this you have a modulation input for controlling playback position in the playback window, and one to control the current pattern number.

We’ve also added an info-bar at the top of the sequence to show current tempo of the internal clock, tempo after applying division factor for the clock, current pattern number, playback window length and current step and step value.

We upgraded the step sequencer from 3 modulation inputs to 14 inputs, and here is a list of all the new inputs and what they do -

StLen - controls length of the gate signals output from the step sequencer

Tem - tempo of the internal clock

Clock - clock input, moves the playback head one step forward/backward

Begin - trigger input to set the playback head to the first step of the playback window

End - trigger input to set the playback head to the last step of the playback window

Pos - controls playback head position in the playback window

P - controls current pattern number

PLen - controls length of playback window

DivF - controls division factor applied to internal clock tempo

From - controls start of playback window in 64-step sequence

Dir - controls direction of playback. Positive signal advances sequence forward, negative advances the sequence backwards

Start - trigger input to enable the internal clock

Stop - trigger input to disable the internal clock

DivIn - clock division input, used with an internal clock from which you want to derive the tempo and possibly divide after deriving the tempo (for example a MIDI clock signal)

For some inputs there are corresponding parameters in the step sequencer. As always, parameter values and incoming modulation signals are summed together (i.e. modulation signal is applied on top of parameter value, so you get modulation around the parameter value).

The Start, Stop, Begin, End and DivIn inputs can be used to sync the sequencer to MIDI clock, start, stop and continue signals.

To sync the sequencer to a MIDI clock signal, you feed it into the DivIn input, and then set the DivF parameter to 1.5 (the reason for doing this, is that MIDI clock is 24 pulses per quarter note, while our sequencer has 16 steps per quarter note).

If you want to make sure the sequence starts in sync with your external DAW or sequencer, you can send the MIDI Start/Stop to the Start/Stop inputs of the sequencer. You will also want to send the Stop signal to the End input of the sequencer, such that when your external sequencer stops, it moves the playback head to the last step of the sequence on the SSP, ready to move onto the first step in the sequence on the first MIDI clock pulse. Optionally you might want to send the Continue signal to the Start input of the sequencer as well such that if you move the playback head in your DAW, and press start again, it will enable the clock in the SSP’s step sequencer.

The MIDI sync button has been removed from the Step Sequencer since you can control this now by feeding MIDI clock/start/stop/continue into the sequencer as you wish.

The step sequencer also outputs its internal clock, after division using the division factor (DivF). The DivF parameter has been changed to support fractional values.

The Restart toggle button has been renamed Begin to correspond to the above Begin input. The playback head has been changed so it’s more visible in the sequence.

Updates to the MIDI module for MIDI Clock Sync

The MIDI module has 4 new modulation outputs -

Clock - this is the MIDI clock signal which can be fed into the DivIn input of the step sequencer.

Start - start signal which can be used with start input of sequencer

Stop - stop signal which can be used with stop and end input of sequencer, etc

Continue - continue signal which can be used with start input of sequencer

Of course the signals can be used in any way you want and with any module you want, internally in the SSP or externally, for example to control other sequencers or modules in your rack.

Using the multichannel audio/cv streaming over USB, you can even send the signals to your DAW, and your DAW can function as the MIDI clock source (for example, connect a USB MIDI interface to the SSP’s host port, then connect this interface via MIDI cables to your computer’s MIDI interface, to receive the MIDI clock).

DSP Loop and MIDI Input processing Optimizations

Various under-the-hood optimizations for signal and MIDI processing were carried out.

Pitch Input fixes for all modules

There was a bug in the pitch inputs, where setting the coarse/fine frequency setting on modules would change the tuning of the modules, rather than just applying a pitch offset. Besides that I wanted to get rid of the requirement to set coarse/fine to zero on oscillators, when using the pitch inputs.

As a result, I changed the code such that it does no longer matter to what value you set coarse/fine in the oscillators, and the tuning will not change when you change the value. The coarse/fine parameters now simply apply a pitch offset and the pitch inputs continue to track correctly regardless of the coarse/fine value. It’s also no longer necessary to set coarse/fine to zero for any of the modules, to track correctly.

This means that on the patches in the preset collection, you have to change the coarse/fine setting on the modules to something sensible, like 440Hz, instead of setting these settings to zero.

If you want the pitches to match external oscillators, simply change the coarse/fine value until the oscillator has the same pitch as your external oscillator, for the same pitch signal coming in (or change your external oscillator’s frequency to match that of the modules in the SSP).

MIDI and MTQ modules received corresponding fixes so they work out of the box with the changes to the pitch inputs.

Source/Dest fix in Bus Module

There was a bug with Source/Destination parameters in the Bus module jumping all over the place. This has been fixed.


That’s it for this update. We hope you enjoy the hard work we put into this one and look forward to the next one.


Visit our forum here for all the details

Akai VX90 Rackmount Analog Synthesizer SN 10445-33847

via this auction

"The Akai VX-90 is a 2U rack (velocity sensitive), 6 voice analog synthesizer, it is the rackmount version of (cumbersome) AX73, but much more RARE!

Featuring resonant low (24dB CEM) and high pass filters, dual envelopes, LFO, chorus, portamento, and MIDI. It is based on the CEM3398 chip, and has a 100% analog signal path."

Explorations with Summit, PO400, Digitakt & Meris

Published on Aug 27, 2019 Ehsan Gelsi

Stream, buy and steal my music:

Midihub - Standalone MIDI Processor & Router

Uploaded on Aug 28, 2019 Blokas

20 tutorial-type videos by CYLVESTER

"Midihub is a versatile MIDI Processor & Router developed by Blokas. It comes equipped with classic MIDI Input and Output ports, 4 of each, as well as a USB port for power and/or communicating with a computer.

Midihub operates around the concept of pipes, sort of MIDI effects, that can be combined using the Midihub Editor to process MIDI messages in tons of useful and creative ways.

Midihub Editor works on all major platforms and supports more than 30 pipes already ranging from a simple CC filter pipe to more exotic arpeggiator or note dispatcher pipes.

Midihub can cover MIDI filter, merger, splitter, transformer, router, note dispatcher, randomizer, transposer, micro tuner, master clock roles and this is just to name a few.

Midihub can hold 8 different presets in its internal memory and once the presets are stored Midihub can be used completely stand-alone in a computer-less setup."

Bob Moog Foundation: Enter to Win A Vintage Memorymoog Plus Synthesizer Belonging To Dr. Fink of The Revolution!!

Published on Aug 28, 2019 moogfoundation

"The Bob Moog Foundation is raffling a one-of-a-kind vintage Memorymoog Plus signed and played by Dr. Fink of The Revolution on the Purple Rain, Parade, and Around the World In a Day tours. Read more about this historic synth and purchase raffle tickets here. Raffle ends September 23rd, or until all tickets are sold!"

Interesting. I always thought it was an OB-8.

Red Panel Freestyling wiith Synthtodd

Published on Aug 28, 2019 Todd Barton

"Red Panel by Buchla 100 series eurorack modules will ship worldwide on September 2, 2019!! For more information go to:

Also, join us September 6-8 at the BuchlaUSA booth at Knobcon were I'll be giving a talk on Saturday."

Todd Barton Red Panel videos

Novation Drum Station v2 & Roland MKS​-​70 & Selected Tracks From Synthesizers Demos Vol​.​12

Published on Aug 28, 2019 Nacho Marty Meyer

"Roland MKS-70 above an old recording of the Novation Drum Station v2, the kick is out of tune because the two parts were made at different times, also the sound of the Novation Drum Station v2 is constantly changing, no extra effects or processes were used"

Additonal Selected Tracks From Synthesizers

Beginner's Patches III - CV and VCF

Published on Aug 28, 2019 Omri Cohen

"So this is the third episode already, this time, concentrating on Control Voltage and the Voltage Controlled Filter.

If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -"


Published on Aug 27, 2019 Maestro Pivetta

"My first attempt at analog electronics.
It was also my diploma project!

Enjoy freaks"

Introducing the Michael Bereal Sound Bank for Nord Stage 3

Published on Aug 28, 2019 NordKeyboards

"Press Release, Stockholm 2019-08-28

We are proud to present the Michael Bereal Signature Sound Bank for Nord Stage 3 - 25 unique patches created by legendary gospel keyboardist/producer Michael Bereal!

The sound bank is based on the Nord Stage 3 factory sounds and includes Michael's custom Acoustic and Electric Pianos, Layers, Synth Leads, Synth Brass, Strings and much more. A unique patch collection from one of the finest musicians in gospel music!

"If you want to have fun and if you want to create a vibe like no other check out my signature sound bank for the Nord Stage 3!"

The Michael Bereal Signature Sound Bank is compatible with Nord Stage 3 and available for free download at

Multi-talented Gospel veteran Michael Bereal is based out of Los Angeles, CA and is one of the most influential musicians/producers in contemporary Gospel music. Michael has worked with artists such as Snoop Dogg, Faith Evans, Charlie Wilson, Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, Mary Mary, The Soul Seekers, Dave Hollister, Donnie McClurkin, Kim Burrell, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Beverly Crawford, Tank, Bishop T.D. Jakes, Bishop Charles E. Blake, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Ernest Pugh, Kurt Carr, Juanita Bynum and Norman Hutchins. Read more"

OVERSYNTH Synth Panel Overlays

OVERSYNTH currently has multiple custom panel overlays for the Korg MS20 Mini and Behringer Neutron. You can find them here:

"The overlay is printed on a highly durable, waterproof, and chemical resistant synthetic paper material (not vinyl) for maximum performance and long life. If the overlay becomes dirty, we recommend gently wiping it down with a soft cloth moistened with water. We do not recommend cleaning the overlay with isopropyl alcohol as this may damage the artwork. Based on our testing, the following substances will severely damage the artwork if left on the surface for an extended period of time: tea tree oil, acetone, nail polish remover, bleach, household cleaners, and hand sanitizer."

Evaton RF Nomad

via this auction


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