MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

NAMM 2019 Rossum Electro Music Introducing Trident


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Analogue Zone Showroom / Synths and Studio

"Dave Rossum gave us a pre NAMM demo about their new VCO called Trident.

This demo is a more detailed walkthrough about the functions.

Pre-orders are open:

https://analoguezone.com/rossum-elecr..."

AKAI Force Standalone Sampler / Sequencer @ NAMM 2019


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Bedroom Producers Blog

"Checking out the AKAI Force standalone sampler/sequencer at the 2019 NAMM Show."

Waldorf Music Announces New "Kernel" Synth Engine for the Quantum V 2.0 Update



Update: You might have to read the following press release more than once to fully grasp the update. In short, it sounds like for each of the three Quantum oscillators, there will be a fifth waveform option from Vision 4 Instruments (note this post is also an introduction to Vision 4 Instruments) that allows you to stack up to six new oscillator types. They can then be cross modulated in various ways within each of the three oscillators. Based on the following press release I do not believe this update includes the ability to extend cross mod functionality to the existing Qantum oscillator types, or across the three separate oscillators. The kernal modulations appear to happen within each oscillator. It's like having three new synth engines within each oscillator.


The press release follows:

"Waldorf Music makes major update for flagship Quantum Synthesizer statement with new venture Vision 4 Instruments

REMAGEN, GERMANY: having turned heads and opened ears at The 2018 NAMM Show with its innovative Quantum Synthesizer flagship, this time high-quality synthesizer developer Waldorf Music makes a return trip to announce an upcoming update to the Quantum Synthesizer’s firmware, focused around a new synthesis capability created in close collaboration with fellow German company Vision 4 Instruments — itself a new and exciting venture, providing future-facing hard- and software platforms for electronic musical instruments — at The 2019 NAMM Show, January 24-27, in Anaheim, California…

The latest (version 2.0) free firmware for the flagship Quantum Synthesizer incorporates new venture Vision 4 Instruments’ future- facing Kernel synthesis engine. Extending capabilities above and beyond the four — Wavetable, Waveform, Resonator, and Particle (classic and granular sampling) — synthesis engines already available at the Quantum Synthesizer’s super-creative core, Kernel provides a fifth option for each of the three oscillators in its oscillator section.

So what, exactly is Kernel synthesis? Simply speaking, it is a modular approach in which up to six audio kernels can be freely combined into a single oscillator. Effectively, each kernel is an oscillator in its own right, realising a whole range of timbres — from using sine and classic waveforms via wavetables through to samples and noise. For example, users could combine three wavetables with a sample, a sine wave, and noise within a single Quantum Synthesizer oscillator.

NAMM 2019 Teenage Engineering Modular


Published on Jan 23, 2019 sonicstate

"First look at the new Teenage Engineering Modular offerings, Only the 400 system was built and the sequencer was not available."

You can see the unreleased CV Gate Module for the OP-Z in this one.

More Pocket Operator Modular 400 here.

Experimental Patches For the Sequential Prophet Rev2 by Audio Cookbook



"Custom designed patch from the AudioCookbook Experimental Sound Set for the Sequential Prophet Rev2"


via Audio Cookbook

"Although I haven’t mentioned it here, I have had a 16 voice Sequential Prophet Rev2 since November 23, 2018. In the last two months I have programmed a full bank of 128 patches for the instrument. This isn’t something I would normally do for any instrument. For most instruments I program a handful of patches that I need, or simply create or modify the patches as I work in the studio.

So why spend two months creating 128 patches? One reason why is because the scope of timbral possibilities is vast. One can create glistening, glassy, and bright tones or contrasting warm and dark sounds just as easily as one another. Secondly the process of creating patches is fun with minimal menu diving. Thirdly, if the patches are received well I’ll offer them for sale as a downloadable set."

Read more on Audio Cookbook here.

PPG WAVE 2.2 Synthesizer - Ambient Piano Music Soundscape 【SYNTH DEMO】


Published on Jan 23, 2019 synth4ever

"Playing an ambient piano music soundscape on PPG Wave 2.2 digital / analog hybrid synthesizer.

This ambient PPG Wave synth demo and music features a repeating motif, filter, pitch and envelope modulation, and long decay times.

The PPG Wave 2.2 is a wavetable synthesizer created by Wolfgang Palm and features digital samples/oscillators + analog SSM filters. It can sound very spacey and ethereal, or lo-fi and crunchy.

In this piece I focused on adjusting the PPG filter to open and close over time to highlight harmonics in the sound. The PPG Wave 2.2 is a lovely vintage hybrid synth and can create some great ambient soundscapes.

All sounds in this music are from the PPG Wave 2.2 synth with a very small amount of reverb added."

Official Introduction Video for the Behringer Rhythm Designer RD-808


Published on Jan 23, 2019 BEHRINGER

"Introducing our first analog drum machine the Rhythm Designer RD-808."

Behringer RD-808

Pocket Operator Modular 400 @ NAMM 2019


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Bedroom Producers Blog

"Teenage Engineering's new Pocket Operator Modular 400 modular synthesizer kit at the 2019 NAMM Show. Tobias gives us a quick rundown of Pocket Operator Modular 400's features, sounds, and future plans for Teenage Engineering's affordable modular system."

1st batch of the 400 sold out. Curious how many units there were.

Pocket Operator Modular 400

Make Noise New Module Demo And Q&A


Started streaming 11 minutes ago Perfect Circuit

"Tony Rolando of Make Noise will be demonstrating a new module at this live event in our Burbank, CA showroom on 1/23/2019 at 7PM. Tune in then to see it live."

Also see: Make Noise Introduces the QPAS - Quad Peak Animation System

Waldorf Kyra Spotted at NAMM


This one is in via Soviet Space Child.

See here for previous posts featuring the Waldorf Kyra, previously the Exodus Digital Valkyrie.

Dtronics - Production of the final batch DT7 Programmers


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Dtronicsmusic

Dtronics DT7

"We started the final run of the limited edition DT7 programmer.
It can be used with the Yamaha DX-7 ( DX-1 DX-5 TX-802 TX-816)

The DT7 programmer is produced on our prototype line..

In the early 80's the Japanese engineers invented the digital synthesizer, known as the DX-7 the first portable FM digital synthesizer hit the market.

It was a great success followed, making it in practically every top 10 hit in the 80's and 90's.

The beast never got tamed, as the learning curve to operate it was so steep, people started using presets, and barely touched it's vast array of parameters.

At DTronics we have brought many MIDI solutions and even brought new life to the Roland JX-3 and Alpha Juno series through our dedicated programmers the DT-200 and DT-300.

Being one of the most powerful synths in the world we believe that a DX-7 programmer to explore the powerful array of parameters is a worthy addition to our product line.

DTronics presents:
The DT7 programmer for the DX-series synthesizers. The DTronics DT7 Programmer uses the same type architecture used in our DT-200 and DT-300 series, but on a massive scale!

Key features:
- The DT7 runs it's own software within it's own processors
- Firmware updates over MIDI
- Supporting different types DX-series
- Provides a knob for every parameter, no layers, no fuss!
- Easily adjust envelopes of the appropriate operator's Envelope generators, pitch settings, scaling...!"

MOOG MINIMOOG MODEL D Synthesizer Reissue in Original Box


via this auction

KORG DW-8000 VINTAGE SYNTHESIZER


via this auction


NAMM 2019 Nord Piano Monitor Speakers


Published on Jan 23, 2019 sonicstate

Almost skipped this one as it's not exactly directly synth related, but it is Clavia, and it is the first NAMM 2019 video from Sonic State. So it begins...

Sequential Debuts Eight New 8Dio Sample Packs for Prophet X at NAMM


"Anaheim, CA—Jan 23, 2019— At this year’s NAMM convention, Sequential will debut eight new add-on packs from sound developer 8Dio for their flagship samples-plus-synthesis keyboard, the Prophet X. The sample packs are focused largely on vintage synthesizers and include the Minimoog Model D, Sequential Circuits T8, Oberheim OBX, ARP 2600, Juno 60, Jupiter 6, Moog Prodigy, as well as a new deep-sampled piano.

The Prophet X has garnered critical acclaim for its sonic versatility and sound design capabilities through its substantial internal library of 150 GB of sample content as well as its ability to import up to 50 GB of additional user samples and add-on content from sound developers.

All sample content can be manipulated by the Prophet X sound engine, which powers two simultaneous sample-based instruments plus two high-resolution digital oscillators, with a full complement of traditional synthesis tools, all processed through analog filters. Dual digital effects and a 64-step polyphonic sequencer round out the package. In standard performance mode, the instrument provides bi-timbral, 8-voice stereo, or 16-voice mono operation. 32-voice performance mode, allows paraphonic filter operation when using a single sampled instrument and oscillator.

'I’m excited to introduce these new Prophet X add-ons from 8dio at NAMM,” commented Dave Smith. They add an interesting vintage slant to a very modern synth. To have these classic instruments available to perform with or to manipulate with the Prophet X synthesis engine makes an already-powerful musical tool even more versatile. '

Dave will be representing Sequential at the NAMM show at Meeting Room TKAB.

The add-ons packs will be available for download from 8Dio’s website at a date to be determined after the show.

Disclamer: All musical instrument manufacturer and product names used in add-on packs by 8Dio are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with 8Dio or Sequential LLC."

Follow-up to yesterday's post.

Building a patch on the Prophet-12 (No Talking)


Published on Jan 22, 2019 MR TUNA Music

"It's a brand new episode of PATCH FROM SCRATCH™!
I tried to make my awesome Holo-Display™work, but my stupid arms kept getting in the way, so experience a much more practical (and legible!) display in the lower corner, totally un-skewed by my desire to make things marvelous and awe-inspiring.

AAAaaaannyways. Follow along as we make up a patch (from scratch™) on the cool-ass Prophet-12. We'll do things like: twist knobs, play keys, affect values, effect filters, turn on arpeggiators, and so on and so forth.

Actually all the really cool stuff happened after I turned off the camera... go figure!"

Studio Electronics VST Editors


via @SE_BoomStar

"#se02 #VST #editor beta testing begins 2.1.19 #studioelectronics"

VST editors for the SE-O2, Code, and ATC-X pictured.

Casio VL-1 (1979) / Ambient - Drone Version


Published on Jan 10, 2019 Fahmi M.

"Ambient / drone sound experiment used only Casio VL-1 (1979, first commercial digital synthesizer) as sound source.
.
The VL-1 was the first instrument of Casio's VL-Tone product line, and is sometimes referred to as the VL-Tone. It combined a calculator, a monophonic synthesizer, and sequencer."

You might be wondering how he got the VL-1 to sound like this. The answer is reverb & "PaulStretch", and "extreme sound stretching algorithm" from Paul Nasca aka Nasca Octavian.


"This algorithm is designed to stretch the sound by a very large amount while preserving the subjective quality. For example using this algorithm it is possible to stretch 5 minutes of sound to 1 hour. The best results are on orchestral/choir audio inputs."

The Novation Arcade at NAMM


via @WeAreNovation

"We have a special treat for @NAMM Show attendees this year.
'The Novation Arcade' at Booth 10506 is our own unique take on a 90s-style arcade. Play Bass Invaders, PADL, Launchpad XL and fly The Space Ship: an SL MkIII controlled music creation flight-simulator #NAMMShow 👾🎹 ✨"

The Ohminator Synthesizer + 8-Step Sequencer


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Gabriel Ferraté

"This is the 8-step sequencer in combination with the Ohminator synthesizer"


via hackster.io

"This project is a fully analog electronic keyboard synthesizer similar to the type that were very popular in the 1970s. Our synthesizer has a VCO, ADSR, and equalizer just like a commercially available keyboard. The VCO synthesizes our audio waveform and can be switched between generating a square or triangle wave. The keyboard that controls our VCO has two octaves of keys, and we have an octave switch that shifts the signal up an octave giving us a total range of three octaves. The ADSR generates an envelope that then gets applied to the VCO output. This signal then goes through the equalizer which modifies the frequency response of our system. The output of the equalizer feeds an integrated amplifier that drives a speaker and makes the sweet analog tones of our synthesizer audible.

Soniccouture Sheng Khaen Sho


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Soniccouture

"A collection of virtual asian free reed instruments: chinese Sheng, Japanese Sho and Laotian Khaen"

http://www.soniccouture.com/en/

Playlist:
Soniccouture Sheng Khaen Sho: Preview
Soniccouture Sheng Khaen Sho: Using Khaen

Gotharman's PolySpaze - Analog/Digital


Published on Jan 23, 2019 gotharman

"A preset I've been working on, where I have used both its analog and digital filters, to create most of the sounds.
This preset will be included in the forthcoming Preset Bank B.
www.gotharman.dk"

TEST SERIES Intellijel Plonk Rainmaker Eurorack with Haken Continuum Fingerboard


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Outsider Sound Design

"Intellijel Plonk and Rainmaker controlled with Haken Continuum Fingerboard.

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"

MOOG synthesizer sticker, glossy black and gold


via this auction

"MOOG Synthesizer sticker. Glossy. Black and gold. Approximately 12 X 5 inches. Good condition. New, unused."

ELSITA Vintage 4ch Analog DRUM Module Synthesizer USSR Soviet 808 909


Published on Jan 23, 2019 GLvintageSHOP

"ELSITA Analog DRUM Module

Check this item and other vintage stuff on EBAY:"

GLvintageSHOP on eBay

MARSH UDS - RARE VINTAGE SOVIET ANALOG DRUM SYNTHESIZER Ussr March 808 Synth 909


Published on Jan 23, 2019 GLvintageSHOP

"Vintage soviet analog drum synthesizer with 6 channel - MARSH UDS

Check this item and other vintage stuff on EBAY:"

GLvintageSHOP on eBay


Pics via this auction

#Jamuary Day 23 - Nord Lead 1 and Korg Ds-10


Published on Jan 23, 2019 ChrisLody

"Here's a bit of Korg Ds10 backing up the Nord Lead 1, 12 voice version. Nothing fancy, just a bit of synth improv business :)"

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Always loved the look of the original Nord Lead.

AtomoSynth Asterion recording session.


Published on Jan 23, 2019 atomolab

"Hello World, here is the Asterion modular controlled by the ipad using the AtomoSynth usb/midi to CV converter. Bass line and arpeggio generated and modulated in real time by the Asterion modular, percussion and samples played by the BeatMaker3 app, recorded in one take, mixed and mastered in cubase."

AKAI VX-600 ANALOG POLYPHONIC SYNTHESIZER


via this auction

"Mint condition, works 100%. Comes from a smoke free home. Sounds amazing and is built like a tank. The sounds you get out of this girl are lively and organic. Many vintage synths have uneven wonky keys, this VX-600 is over 30 years old and has perfectly straight keys. It even has aftertouch which is great! The VX is not a basic vintage analog poly, it has a deep mod matrix just like the Xpander. It can do smooth and sweet but can also take you into deep alien territory."

OBERHEIM OB-MX SN MX001287 w/ Buchla Intro & Warning


via this auction

"This one is a 4 voice expandable up to 12. Designed by Don Buchla and sounds amazing."

On the back:

"There are thousands of parts inside, but none are user serviceable, so kindly refrain from removing the covers. Do not take the OBMx swimming or play it in the rain.

Custom designed for Oberheim by Don Buchla
Manufactured by Overheim, Oakland, California"

See this post for the sordid history of the OB-Mx.

OBERHEIM OB-MX Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer SN MX001130


via this auction

No mention of how many voice cards are installed..

Emu Emulator II + HD Sampler Synthesizer


via this auction, also on Reverb.

"Features a 20mb hard drive. Has very light wear as pictured. Works great except for the VCA button which will need to be replaced. Recently gone over by a technician and received clean bill of health. Comes with power cable and E-Mu pedal."

Moog Memorymoog PLUS


via this auction

"Serviced a few years ago (and VERY recently, too-- see below) by Wes Taggart/Analogics who completely overhauled and updated this Memorymoog Plus (receipt will be provided to the new owner). Wes was the tech who Moog Inc. requested to overhaul a Memorymoog in support of the Bob Moog Foundation.

EMS Synthi A w/ SPIEL DEN SYNTHI Book


via this auction

"EMS AKS Synthi. It comes with a service proof and original manual in perfect condition. It was serviced in the end of 2016 and it has been stashed away as collectors item since.

Synthi was serviced in the original manufacturer company.

You can register yourself on their page as the EMS synth owner and they take good care of you and your synth in the future."

Ensoniq EPS-16 Plus with SCSI


via this auction

"Ensoniq EPS-16 Plus digital sampler, fully expanded with 2x sample memory cartridge, and rare SCSI interface. Very nice condition, and fully functional, includes OS disk, 10 sound disks, and power cord."

The yellow instrument, track LEDs caught my eye in these.

SCI PROPHET VS VELVET SAW PAD


Published on Jan 23, 2019 synths colors

"No External Effect Added, As Usual..."

Sample and Hold - what is it and what can I do with it?


Published on Jan 23, 2019 WMDevices

"What the heck is a sample and hold? What should I use S/H for in my eurorack system? Are there any cool uses for sample and hold modules besides creating random unquantized pitches? What other parameters can I modulate with sample and hold? How do I make an "8-bit+ or "bitcrushed" style sound using modules already in my eurorack modular synth system?

If you are asking yourself any of these questions, you will want to check out this video!

In this video Alex takes a dive into Sample and Hold as a concept, a circuit, and a feature of the Eurorack module from WMD/SSF, the Modbox. From the basic obvious uses to more advanced ideas in synthesis.

Different use cases include random voltage generation for modulation over Pitch, Filter, and other synth parameter, as well as down sampling, LFO control, Quantized voltage generation, pulling out notes from a sequence, and creating interesting soundscapes with panning and moving instruments around the stereo field."

Make Noise Introduces the QPAS - Quad Peak Animation System


Published on Jan 23, 2019 MAKEN0ISE

"Introducing the Quad Peak Animation System, or QPAS. The QPAS is a quad core, stereo, analog multimode filter. We highly recommend using headphones while watching this video. All sounds are the direct output(s) of the QPAS."


"The Quad Peak Animation System combines the auditory enveloping of stereo spaced peaks with the animation of two or more peaks in a single channel dancing around each other or engaging in primitive vocalizations. QPAS is Quad Core, containing four identical state variable filter cores with a control system powerful enough to guide them in stereo multi-peak operation, but simple enough to encourage system integration rather than domination.

The Story of the QPAS by Tony Rolando
When I worked at Moog calibrating Voyagers, I monitored with headphones, and one of my favorite sound sensations was that of the stereo low pass filter. You might not even recall that the Voyager had a stereo Dual LPF. It is under utilized since most folks are trying to achieve classic Model D goodness, and the OG MiniMoog was a very mono instrument.

The binaural effect of a stereo Dual LPF is simple: one channel of the sound is brighter then the other. However, the effect is heightened when the filter has an exponential response and the cutoff is modulated. At lower cutoff frequencies the two channels appear to move at similar velocities, but as the cutoff frequency increases, one channel will smoothly increase in velocity, becoming brighter faster. The other channel lags behind, but eventually reaches the same velocity, and finally at high cutoff frequencies the two channels coalesce into full brightness. Where the mono LPF smashes you in the forehead with simple heavy sound, the stereo LPF envelops you, putting you inside the heavy sound.

When I developed the QMMG I learned about multi-peak filtering. Another under-utilized technique, this is processing a single channel of sound, with multiple filter channels, which are modulated, and then summed together to create a new version of the original sound. On the QMMG all four channels of filters were summed to the MIX OUT. There were a few normalizations, but they did not really ease or encourage multi-peak use. The QMMG UI was awkward for use as a multi-peak filter.

A common use for multi-peak filtering is the creation of formants, where multiple band pass filters are carefully programmed to generate human vowel sounds. This can be fun but it requires meticulous programming. If you forget about formants and just modulate until it sounds good, a multi-peak filter can be gorgeous fun. When the multiple peaks are offset from each other and modulated, the effect can be dizzying, as the sound appears to be dancing with itself, moving in many directions and yet it is still a mono sound. It is an auditory illusion.

Eurorack Live 3 note Techno Jam - Malekko voltage block / varigate, TH 555 VCO, VCF303, TWF, BIA ..


Published on Jan 23, 2019 While We Were Sleeping

Cool case! Looks like polymer clay.

"Recorded on Load speakers so if you can play it !!!!LOAD!!!!!
0:00 - Start
5:25 - The Genie is out of the bottle

This is the third evolution of this erurorack patch. I will post the first two soon. It's a vary rich patch but not so easy to tell from this jam as it only uses 3 notes and is more aggressive.
This patch uses the voltage block to provide 16 notes each with pitch cv, filter cutoffs, wave folding and VCA envelop decay. In this version of the patch I am using the varigate 8+ to control the step on the voltage block.

Eurorack Audio signal is fully analog and consists of:
1 VCO (Fonitronik thomas henry 555) ending in two VCO.
The first:
555 - Triple WaveFolder - ‘Humpback’ Filter - DinSync VCF303 - Left moon
The second:
555 - 1973 vcf - Right Moon -

This was just for fun. will soon post 2 more videos better demonstrating the patch at a later date.

The serge vcf uses the band pass that I think sounds glories. The DinSync VCF303 is amazing and changed my understanding of the 303. Again will post more obvious videos soon.


The patch is also my first youtube video staring the wonderful Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Alter. You can hear my first recording of it on https://soundcloud.com/whileweweresle..."

Mariana Trench card for the Tiptop Audio Z DSP // lush feedback delay networks


Published on Jan 23, 2019 DivKidVideo

"Tiptop Audio have done it again with another totally lush and lovely delay/reverb hybrid with the FDN (feedback delay network) based 'Mariana Trench' card for their Z-DSP Eurorack module.

The card offers reverberant delays, simple echos, chorus like FX, unstable modulated delay lines, waveguide processing and more. It's an impressive collection of FX made all the more impressive with the 3 CV inputs per card, external sample rate clock input, CV over mix and stereo analog feedback paths and the options to CV or gate through the algorithms too."

Digital Glitchy Madness! - Befaco Crush Delay V3


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Robert Rhoades Music

"Befaco sent me the latest version of the incredible crush delay to show you all. A seriously cool module that does a hell of a lot more than repeat stuff!"

Roland SH-101 + TR-808 + Elektron Digitone


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Masaki Takada

Studio Electronics Boomstar 4075 & Strymon Big Sky


Published on Jan 23, 2019 3rdStoreyChemist

Erica Synths-Black CV Tools Modulation


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Dziam Bass

Playlist:

1. Erica Synths-Black CV Tools modulation 1
In this modulation, the connected Scaler raises the modulation range via CV
2.Erica Synths-Black CV Tools modulation 2
Erica Synths-Black CV Tools modulation is a small patch with the use of Noise from Black Modulator and LFO and Black VC EG that is interchangeable for both CV controls here both one knob once to the left once to the right changing their weight for complex modulation.
3. Erica Synths-Black CV Tools modulation 3
in this modulation, LFO is applied to the Scaler and scale also modulates the second LFO at a faster rate, which allows for a change between one and the other modulation
4. Erica Synths-Black CV Tools modulation 4
Here, Scaler raises and lowers sequences when it is applied to the CV for the sequencer

Luke Neptune- I Want You


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Luke Neptune

"Channeling that old school vibe.

Gear used- Roland SH-101, Roland Juno 60, Yamaha DX7, Roland Octapad, Roland TR-8, Novation Monostation, T-Rex Replicator, Slate VMS."

Modular synth code - Four ways of using CWEJMAN RES-4


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Bálint Baráth

"Modulating and sequencing the Cwejman Res-4 eurorack modul."

Skint, faint hearted and drowning-prone (dub tech eurorack modular jam)


Published on Jan 23, 2019 sector

"A little dub tech jam at Cala Rossa. this bay is undoubtfully one of the most peculiar spot of the island. let´s see 3 curiosity about this place:

1) In 241 b.c. the final battle of the first punic war is said to have taken place in front of this bay (the battle of the egad). The roman fleets stroke down with such fury on the carthaginian that the water turned red (hence the name Cala Rossa, which means the red bay). In this sea lies thousands of carthaginian and roman wreck, making it one of the most interesting archeological spots in the island

2) Around 1200-1500 a.d. turkish pirates where raging around sicily (and sicilian pirates where raging around turkey). One of the most vicious pirates was Turghud Alì, known as Drogot, or dragut. So vicious that was referred to as "the drawn sword of islam". His action was so scary and mercyless around the egad island, that the terror spread still remains to this days. His ghost is said to wander around here, with his sharp beard and his even sharper sword. The ghost of the Mammadrau

3)Petronilla was the long yearned descent of a limestone quarry owner living in Cala Rossa. But a woman could never be the head of a quarry. One day (some says at age 18, some says at age 23) Petronilla suddenly disappeared. Zu Nillu took her place, and steered the cave for the following years, living in a still standing house that guards the bay from above. Died at age 100, her documents has been discovered to be misteriously changed, she became a man by all means,and of petronilla not a trace was left. The movie "viola di mare" (purple sea) was based around this facts.

I used an Erica synths pico voice and Pittsburgh sv1sequenced by squarp hermod, and 2 Erica Synths pico drums sequenced by bastl knit rider. 2 pico dsp, a black hole dsp, blue lantern sir mixalot, expert sleepers disting mk4 compression algorithm on the master. Recorded live directly into a Canon 600d with magic lantern"

You can find more outdoor synth jams via the outdoors label directly below.

Oberheim MATRIX 1000 Demo / epic Pads & Strings / 1.20 / by Volcarock


Published on Jan 23, 2019 Rob Welt

"Oberheim MATRIX 1000 Demo / epic Pads & Strings (with FX: Oto Bam & Pigtronix Echolution Pro)
Two days ago my classic analog synth from 1987 arrived. After installing the 1.20 firmware and listen through all patches I made this demo with my favorite cinematic pads & strings. Gigli detune is set to 7 for sweet vintage vibes :-). I just recorded the jam and shortened it to about 6 minutes.

Controller/MIDI:
CME 37 and Stereoping Controller Matrix 10006R

FX:
Delay made with Pigtronix Echolution 2
Chorus Reverb with Oto Bam

I know there are a hundreds of Matrix 1000, Matrix 6 and Matrix 6R videos without FX outside. So I decided to make use of some hardware FX. sadly no video. but soon I will make a real video on my main channel VOLCAROCK with this outstanding sweet sounding synth! Anyway , hope you enjoy my pads & strings demo!"

Synclavier Go! Eighties Synth for iPad - First Sounds


Published on Jan 22, 2019 redskylullaby

"First sound design attempts with Synclavier Go App for iPad
I plan to do a more detailed sound design tutorial when I have time"

Kit Overview # 35 - Olitronik Micrón - Demo Video


Demo added here.
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