MATRIXSYNTH: Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Roland RS-09 Gothic Analog Organ Strings Vintage Synthesizer Rik Marston

Published on Feb 12, 2019 SynthgodXXX

"#rolandrs09 #analogsynthesizer #rikmarston
Roland RS-09 Gothic Analog Organ Strings
Synthesizer Demo by Rik Marston
**Watch in HD!!** **TURN IT UP!!**

My beautiful vintage Roland RS-09 organ/string
synthesizer! So LUSH & SWEET! The ensemble
effect is AWESOME!!! This is a synth I had waited
for years for that always got away... until now!
It mostly works, it's missing the ATTACK slider
and cap... it has issues with the envelope I think.
Every time you change keys (unless holding one
or more keys down) the envelope re-triggers like
it was a mono synth! So it needs some repairs!
No Decay or Sustain on the keys unless holding
them down. If you know what may need to be
fixed on this little RS-09 please leave a comment
below! I want to restore this to it's fullest!!!
This still works great for what I need from it,
I would hold down more than one key anyway...
This is awesome for Ambient, Gothic, Synth-Pop...
No going to sell this one! It's a keeper for sure!!
Delay FX: ART MultiVerb LT on L2 39%

Thank you for watching"

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Panoptigon plays Giant Steps & Yakety Sax on Orchestron Saxophone Discs

Published on Feb 12, 2019 optigandotcom

"Another Panoptigon demo- this time a a comparison of a vintage Orchestron Saxophone disc with our remastered edition of the same disc. The vintage disc plays a midi file of Coltrane's Giant Steps, while the remastered disc plays a midi file of Boots Randolph's Yakety Sax. The reverb is onboard the Panoptigon, and there's a bit more applied in Giant Steps. Note that Yakety Sax has a fair amount of pitch bends, which are achieved on the Panoptigon by mechanically changing the rotation speed of the disc. Also note the fair amount of clicky noises when playing rapid passages like this. These sounds are a by-product of the unique way the Panoptigon produces sound, and were present on the vintage Optigan and Orchestron as well. This is an inherent and characteristic sound of these instruments. Both midi files were downloaded from the web. You can find info about pre-ordering a Panoptigon (which comes with our remastered edition of this Vocal Choir disc) here:"

Late Night Improv | Elektron Model:Samples

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Nostalgic Ruckus

"Using chromatic mode along with a quick retrig and ctrl all at the end."

The Division 6 Business Card Synthesizer

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via Division 6

"The Business Card Synthesizer is a tiny synth that can be connected to a Business Card Sequencer, other synth gear, or played by itself.

These fun little kits were introduced at Knobcon 2018 as a build workshop. Now you can get your very own.

Headphones can be connected directly to the output of the synth, and there are plenty of knobs to play with, so you can easily make noises anywhere. Great for learning about synthesizers!


Pulse, square, triangle, and sawtooth waves
2 LFOs with pulse, square, saw, triangle and ramp shapes
Attack / Decay
Low-pass filter
Sample and Hold
Manual gate trigger (can be locked on)
Course and fine-tune controls

Power (7-15VDC)

Audio (for headphones or other synthesizer)
The Business Card Oscillator is available in several versions:

Fully Assembled

The synth is all built, tested, and ready to go! Just connect it up and start making noise.

Assembled w/ Enclosure

Built, ready to go, and installed in a custom enclosure.


We send you a board and a bag of parts so you can build it yourself. Difficulty level = medium (it’s all through-hole, but some of the soldering is kind of small). The kit includes:

Preprogrammed Microcontroller
All required parts to build kit
PCB/Chip Combo

If you’ve already got plenty of parts in your junk drawer or just want to source your own components, you can get this PCB/Chip combo. Includes:

Main PCB
Preprogrammed PIC Chip"

Mellotronics Streetlytron Pro : Space Oddity

Mellotronics Streetlytron Pro : Space Oddity from Ramones Karaoke on Vimeo.

"Inspired by seeing Rick Wakeman actually play the Mellotron part on TV this week - that bloke is funny - I figured I had to have one more shot at 'Wakeman Replacement'. So, grabbing the stems of Space Oddity from the 40th anniversary release EP, and streaming some MIDI wirelessly at my iPad from my Mac, I got this result. Pretty authentic, although I'm not entirely convinced that these chords and inversions are right - Rick's hands seemed lower down the keyboard when he was bashing through it on telly.

Heck, where's Wakeman when you need him?"

This one is in via @RamonesKaraoke

Moog Grandmother - Afternoon Jam 001

Published on Feb 10, 2019 Long Bright Dark

"Jamming with Moog Grandmother and Push 2. Just playing around with an idea of a song I´m making called "In your Arms". Vocal loop prerecorded a couple of days ago. The moog is the first real synth for me, really fun to start exploring the infinite possibilities. Enjoy."

Quick Tip: Kick Drum Eurorack Modular Synthesizer Patch Tutorial

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Perfect Circuit

"Here is a quick tip on how to make a kick drum with a eurorack modular synthesizer.

You will need:
- a trigger source (clock or sequencer)
- two envelope generators (snappy exponential ones)
- a VCO (voltage controlled oscillator)
- a VCA (voltage controlled amplifier)

The patch:
- trigger source to trigger input of both envelope generators
- envelope generator 1 output to VCA CV control
- envelope generator 2 output to VCO 1v/oct input
- VCO audio out to VCA audio input
- audio output of VCA is your kick drum

To start set the VCO pitch very low, even subsonic, use sine or triangle waves for mellow kicks and saws or squares for distorted sounding gabber kicks.

Tweak your envelopes to get countless variations of kick drums. Use more exponential envelopes for punchier drums, or add a little bit of attack to the VCA envelope to mellow out the attack of the drum. Attenuate the amount of the pitch envelope to go from lazer beam drum to a droning drum. Try a fast pitch envelope and a slow amplitude envelope for a long 808 style kick.

Modules used (left to right):
Malekko Varigate 4+:
Make Noise Maths:
Intellijel Dixie 2+:
Intellijel Quad VCA:"

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1979 Sequential Circuits Inc. Prophet 5 Rev 2

via this auction

Soundmachines (arches) Universal Tactile Interface Midi CV Gate Bluetooth

via this auction

-multi-element control surface
-light strips, buttons and pads
-single or aggregate controls
-user friendly configuration
-virtual keyboards
-arpeggiators and sequencers
-32 configurable CV/Gate outputs
-multi-standard(Euro, Buchla, V/Hz)
-internal/external clock
-MIDI(standard and USB)
-wireless MIDI over Bluetooth

New Twisted Electrons Acid8 mk III

via Twisted Electrons, in via Liquid Sky Berlin.

release: march 2019
255 euro plus vat plus shipping

"acid8 is an 8Bit bass-line synthesizer with a revisited sound and interface.

MKIII has been rethought from the ground up. The filter has been replaced with an new all digital one, the handling has been redesigned for more immediate handling and many other real time features have been added including transposition automation, filter wobbler, stutter and vinyl spin-down effects.

The synth engine now has dual oscillators allowing fat and harmonized sounds.

acid8 MKIII offers the same features as its slimsynth uAcid8 counterpart, but with the addition of hardware MIDI and analog sync in and out connectivity and packed in a rugged metal case.

A vst plugin is available to easily take control of the synth’s parameters.

USB-MIDI input (sync, notes and parameter modulation)
Hardware MIDI input (sync, notes and parameter modulation)
Analog sync trigger input and output
Dedicated VST/AU plugin for full DAW integration
18 Buttons
32 Leds
6 high quality potentiometers
Arp Fx with variable depth and decay time
Filter Wobble with variable speed and depth
Crush Fx with variable depth
Pattern Copy/Pasting
Variable VCA decay (note length)
Tap tempo, variable Swing
Patterns can reset at any step (1-16 step pattern lengths)
Variable pulse-width (for square waveforms)
12 sounds: Square, Saw and Triangle each in 4 flavors (Normal, Distorted, Fat/Detuned, Harmonized/Techno).
3 levels of LED brightness (Beach, Studio, Club)
Live recording, key change and pattern chaining

Skyline Forty Nine P Synth/Organ Teardown

You can find the full teardown on Kris Lennox's Music, Arts & Culture here. Also see the Skyline label below for additional posts here on MATRIXSYNTH.

"I recently picked up a Skyline Forty-Nine P. More of an electric organ than a synth, but worth a look nonetheless.

Presently it isn't working, but it should be back to full health soon. Once working, I'll upload a selection of pieces/performances to YouTube.

Numerous photos below of the innards (plus the service manual).

A stand was also included, but I haven't taken photos of it.

The instrument is quite big - I haven't measured it yet, but it looks almost exactly the same size as the Matrixbrute. Being 49-key, the size is going to be similar - but the main panel (metal) is bigger than I imagined it would be."

Jexus is on Patreon

For those of you that would like to support Jexus and maybe see some new videos from him, he is now on Patreon. This was sent my way via Anatoly with the following:

"Hello. I've noticed that Jexus opened the Patreon account.

That's what he wrote:

'I'm alive,
Hi there. So I'm making this experiment with Patreon. Please read my entry at:
to get the full story (well, the full FULL story will be updated soon, in February)'.

'Uh, I don't necessarily want to get $1300 per month, I want to get around $1300 for a new synth that you choose in a poll. How do I change that? On the other hand, if at least 1300 people would pledge to give me $1 per month, I think I could quit my job and just do synths'.

I don't think it's scam, as the link published on his YouTube channel."

P.S. if you aren't familiar with Jexus, see this mini documentary on him, followed by some videos by him here.


Published on Feb 12, 2019 rustyjaw

"I started this track on the deluge using piano samples, and then layered in a Digitone patch tweaked to sound like a piano.

I found the layering of the 'real' piano and the synthetic one quite interesting, but the "song" didn't really take shape until I started noodling with the Peak. I used the BeatStep Pro as a keyboard to play the Peak and record the MIDI on the Deluge. The remaining buzzing/floating line is the JP-08 run through Clouds, which is being modulated by various random outputs from the Ultra Random Analog."

Teenage Engineering OP-1 (Part 2): Minimal Felt Bassline & Radio snippet

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Synth & Sundry

"The OP-1 portable synth (which is not discontinued) puts out a decent sounding velvety bass on which the jam builds on. With beats riding that crazy CWO effect. All the meanwhile, a Phase synth provides the lead sound (if memory serves me right). The radio samples are run through the delay effect. In the meantime the M1 and M2 slots affect the master EQ."

Synth & Sundry Teenage Engineering OP-1 videos

No-Input VCAs - AE Modular Synth Patch Challenge 06 #TTNM

Published on Feb 12, 2019 The Tuesday Night Machines

"This is an experiment for the AE Modular Patch Challenge #06 :) I tried to use all of my four VCAs in this patch without any input, but their own output in a feedback loop through a mixer and the Nyle lowpass filter. The VCAs and the filter cutoff is modulated by the same two LFOs. It's a weird thing when the modular comes to life like this. More info here:


PixelNoises Synth T-Shirts by The Tuesday Night Machines:


Roland TR-909 Versión Black Mod Cv. 1983 - 1985

via this auction

Looks like this one posted back in 2012. No additional info though. There have been a few other custom black TR-909s.

Visible Mods:

Bass Drum
Pitch & Tone Knobs

Snare Drum
Tone Knob (looks like there's a word before Tone)

Factory Tone
Bass Drum, Snare Drum, Hi Hat switches

Hi Hat knob

CV inputs:
Snare Drum Pitch
Bass Drum Pitch

Snare Fill

Also blue LEDs

Alesis A6 Andromeda 61-Key Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer

via this auction, also on Reverb.

Nord Rack 3 Performance Synthesizer w/ Custom Zebrawood Side Panels

via this auction

Roland MKS-80 Super Jupiter with MPG-80 Programmer

via this auction

"In excellent condition: 1984 Roland MKS-80 (8 voice poly synth) & MPG-80 programmer, plus RAM cartridge, 9 Pin DIN remote cable, Roland 2 conductor AC cable & manuals for both units.

This is the highly regarded Rev 4 with CEM based oscillators.

Recently restored with a complete recap, new backlight, cleaned inside & outside plus all sliders were lubricated.

All original caps were saved & are included."

Vintage Roland VP-330 Vocoder Plus Keyboard Synthesizer

via this auction

Moog Multimoog

via this auction

Garfield Mini Doc Analog Clock Divider & DIN Sync Device

via this auction, also on Reverb.

Synth Rorschach #57: German Mainframe Computer DERA - Documentary from 1963

Published on Feb 12, 2019 MonoThyratron

"[Enable English Subtitles, please]

At the time of this film (1963) the computer colossus DERA (Darmstädter Elektronischer Rechenautomat) was actually already outdated. It was created in the tube era of electronics. The construction of the calculating machine was conceptually based on the American calculator MARK IV by Howard Aiken (* 8 March 1900 † 14 March 1973), which was constructed between 1949 and 1952.

In 1951 at the Darmstädter Institut für Praktische Mathematik (IPM) they began, under direction of Prof. Dr. h.c. Dr. Alwin Oswald Walther (* 6 May 1898 † 4 January 1967), with the conception of the mainframe computer DERA, a serially working automatic calculator in tube technology with memory, floating point representation and decimal output. It was first used in 1957, but the further development of the computer was already reduced in 1956 and finally abandoned completely in 1959, as DERA had already been overtaken by the newly emerging semiconductor technology. Furthermore, the machine was prone to errors and was therefore shut down after 1961.

Although Prof. Alwin Oswald Walther belonged to the luminaries of early German computer development and his pedagogical as well as technical abilities in teaching were undisputed, his work during the Second World War was repeatedly discussed. Thus he and his team were involved in the ballistic calculations of the Wernher von Brauns rocket experiments in Peenemünde during the 3rd Reich.

The astronomer Dr. Rudolf Kühn (* 27 January 1926 † 4. December 1963), who conducts the interview with Prof. Alwin Walther in this film document, appeared for the first time on German television in 1955. He also co-founded the magazine "Sterne und Weltraum" (Stars and Space) and had the gift of presenting science topics to a broad television audience in generally understandable words. He died in a traffic accident in the same year as this television documentary.

People in this documentary:
Rudolf Kühn (* 27 January 1926 † 4 December 1963)
Alwin Oswald Walther (* 6 May 1898 † 4 January 1967)
Waltraud Krötz [phon.] (trainee programmer)
Elke Geist (programmer)
Mr. Pohlmeier [phon.] (Electronics engineer, shows DERA tube assembly)
Mr. Maul [phon.] (operates punch card doubler)
Mrs. Brink [phon.] (only briefly to see)"

Improv #11 for VCS3, Arp 2600, Mellotron Mk. VI, Mellotron M4000D Mini and Singing Bowls

Published on Feb 12, 2019 R. Reger

"One-take improvised soundscape."

10 Minutes with SPACECRAFT: iPad Granular Synth

Published on Feb 12, 2019 MR TUNA Music

"For this video I created a random wave sequence on the (very cool) Korg iWaveStation app, and then I imported the audio of that sequence into the (even cooler) SpaceCraft app by Mark Watt. The audio is 100% SpaceCraft with no extra processing."

Best Ambient Synth Shootout No.64: Roland M-VS1 - Song 3

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Christian's Sonic Spaces

"This is the third song with the Roland M-VS1. It's a 28 voice 8-part multitimbral ROMpler from the mid-90s with a focus on vintage synths.

I used for the recording the following FX chain:
Roland M-VS1 - Roland TR-8 (for sidechaining effects) - Alesis Philtre - Pigtronix Echolution 2 Deluxe - GFI Systems Specular Reverb v2

The signal went through a Presonus StudioLive 16.0.2 into the PC for recording. To create the complete song I recorded consecutively several stereo tracks. The final song was then mastered with a bit EQ and compression on some tracks and some limiting on the master track."

1977 YAMAHA CS60: Restoring the KAS board

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Stephen Coker

"Stephen Coker Restores the KAS board in the 1977 Vintage YAMAHA CS60 Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer.

These Japanese Instruments are Extremely Complex yet, very well built.

But, many of the Components are no longer available. Especially the Proprietary YAMAHA IC's.
Many of the PCB's are the same within the CS80/CS60/CS50 Synthesizers. The CS80 being the Largest and most dense of the three and, Most well known.

But, the CS60/CS50 are very nice Synth's and are Highly sought after, due to them having the same voice cards as the more popular, larger CS80.

The Difficulty Level in Restoring the CS80/CS60/CS50 instruments are very high, due in part from the amount of components used but also, the complexity of many of the circuits.

These are very unique instruments that are extremely expressive and, is the closest to an acoustic instrument that any analog Synthesizer has ever come, partly due to the non-digital implementation of modulation and, other voltages used within the instrument."

Teenage Engineering OP-Z Walkthrough (Sequencer)

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Red Means Recording

Teenage Engineering OP-Z videos by Red Means Recording

"Murderous" Nitzer Ebb, Phil Kieran remix cover, Korg MS20 mini + Korg Volca Sample

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Mattelica

"Live take of a remix/cover of Phil Kieran's remix of Nitzer Ebb's 'Murderous' with a Korg MS20 mini + Korg Volca Sample to a Roland VS880 HDR to a Canon 6D + 50mm 1.4 lens."

7 minutes with Deckard's Dream

Published on Feb 12, 2019 ljs8888

"Quick faffing around with settings on a patch and the DD expander :) Drums from MPC Live (606 cassette samples)."

Cascading Two Filters Tips/Tricks Delta VCF Eurorack Synth [Demo #4]

Published on Feb 12, 2019 gstormelectro

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

Today we've got a good one.
I'm going to show you some fun to be had running two filters in series and parallel.
You can do these things with any filters w/ lowpass and bandpass.
This time using two of my Delta VCF modules.

0:00 Opening
0:38 Cascading Filters (2 Filters in Series)
4:20 Parallel (Stereo) Filters

The Delta VCF is an adaptation of the Korg Delta/Poly-61 filter.
Per usual, my sound source will be the Pittsburgh Synthesizer Box.
LFOs are coming from Batumi.

Audio recorded direct to Tascam DR-05.
Some normalization, otherwise no effects.

Be sure to check out the Delta VCF and my other cool modules available in my Reverb store."

Doepfer Dark Time stops after a minute with midi clock

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Vykaar Tones

"Short video which captured the moment when my blue led Dark Time sequencer randomly stopped. The background music is not relevant to the video or problem shown. The DT was only connected to an Arturia Beatstep Pro at the time"

Curious what happened in this case. This is the first time I've heard of this problem so I'm guessing it's not widespread and specific to this particular instance or setup. If anyone has heard of other cases feel free to comment.

New Electro-Harmonix Mono Synth Guitar Synthesizer

Published on Feb 12, 2019 EHX

See if you can recognize the songs. :)

"EHX unveils the Mono Synth which transforms a guitar into 11 different synthesizers… from vintage synth emulations to fat, stacked voices to soaring lead synth sounds and more.

The Mono Synth was designed to work on guitar without any modifications, special pickups or MIDI implementation. Its intuitive layout makes it user friendly. The pedal’s DRY dial adjusts the dry guitar volume at the Synth Output while SYNTH controls the volume of the synthesizer sound at the Synth Output. Used together they let a player fine tune their mix. The SENS control, short for sensitivity, adjusts how playing dynamics trigger the synthesizer and tailors the pedal’s response to the guitarist’s instrument and playing style.

A key parameter for each of the 11 synth types can be adjusted via the CTRL knob. It varies depending on the preset and provides enhanced “tweakability.” There is also an EXP input that lets the player control an entirely different parameter in real-time with an expression pedal.

EHX Founder, Mike Matthews, stated: “From string-like synths, to aggressive resonant sounds and deep drones and bell-like tones, the Mono Synth puts a collection of hot synthesizers at your fingertips.”

The Mono Synth comes equipped with an EHX 9.6DC-200mA power supply.

Quick Specs:

- Features eleven great sounding, mono synth sounds

- Easy to use controls let you dial in the sound you want quickly

- EXP pedal input for real-time expressive control with your foot

- Create, save and recall eleven user presets, one for each of the eleven synth sounds

- EHX 9.6VDC-200mA power supply included

- Current Draw: 125mA @ 9VDC

- Dimensions in inches: 4.0(w) x 4.75(l) x 2.25(h)

- Dimensions in mm: 102(w) x 121(l) x 58(h)"

Filter Guessing Game - Moog Grandmother vs Sub 37

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Noir Et Blanc Vie

"Soooooo, I thought, why not compare the filters in the Sub37 and the Moog Grandmother. Their design is a bit different. This test is FAR from perfect because, uhhh I’d never watch a video of just someone not talking just comparing filters, so why not try and guess in a game, could be fun...see how much the filters sound the same with raw oscillators. Whatever ;)

P.S. I know the Grandmother can be “duophonic” but that requires another external CV control and I didn’t want to include features outside of what the synth can natively accomplish. So whoever states that in the comments section of this video hoover off hahah"

Embrace chaos with Touellskouarn Strakal Orsel & Skorn da Bask – Modular Monthly

Published on Feb 12, 2019 Future Music Magazine

"Boutique pedal makers Touellskouarn bring chaotic fuzz and distortion to the Eurorack world with their feedback and tube-centric modules. Let's embrace the chaos and create some abstract sounds..."

Meet The Makers - Teenage Engineering Interview

Published on Feb 12, 2019 sonicstate

"We caught up with the TE crew for our Meet the Makers interview at NAMM just after shooting the Modular piece. We spoke to:
david eriksson, head of hardware (left)
jesper kouthoofd, ceo / head of design (mid)
mattias dymling, humanist (right)
tobias von hofsten, mentor (left)
emil kullänger, pr (right)"

KORG PROLOGUE | Pads, arps & ambient soundscapes 【SYNTH DEMO】

Published on Feb 12, 2019 synth4ever

"Synth demo of the Korg Prologue 8-voice analog synthesizer, filmed at Moog Audio ( in Montreal, Quebec Canada.

The Korg Prologue comes in both 8-voice and 16-voice models and features 2 VCOs (saw, triangle, square) + digital multi engine oscillator (noise/VPM/User wave).

It has a lowpass VCF, 2 envelopes, osc sync, ring modulation, cross modulation, 1 LFO, mixer, mod & delay/reverb effects, arpeggiator, and 61 velocity-sensitive keys.

The Korg Prologue is a flagship polyphonic analog synth from Korg in the "logue" lineup, including Korg Minilogue, Korg Monologue, and Korg Minilogue XD.

The Korg Prologue is well suited to ambient pads, soundscapes, arpeggiator jams and textures. The digital Multi engine + 2 analog VCOs allow for hybrid sound design and the ability to layer, crossfade and split two timbres enables complex tones to be created.

In this Korg Prologue sound demo I go through some pads, a lead and ambient arpeggiator patches/presets to showcase the Korg Prologue's softer side."

[6] The Radiophonic One - STG Soundlabs | Matt Chadra

Published on Feb 11, 2019 ClavAnother

"A second STG Soundlabs Radiophonic One made it's way to my studio and I got to hear a pair of the new .VCO modules."

Radiophonic One demos by ClavAnother

Panoptigon plays Kraftwerk URANIUM with Vintage Orchestron VOCAL CHOIR Disc

Published on Feb 11, 2019 optigandotcom

"Another Panoptigon demo- this time a rendition of Kraftwerk's URANIUM, using a vintage Orchestron Vocal Choir disc, including the onboard hall reverb. No other external effects, EQ, or processing were added to the Panoptigon signal. The disc used here is identical to the disc used by Kraftwerk on the original 1975 recording made with a Vako Orchestron. Synthetic speech generated by a web app. You can find info about pre-ordering a Panoptigon (which comes with our remastered edition of this Vocal Choir disc) here:"

Panoptigon plays Vintage Orchestron PIPE ORGAN Disc

Published on Feb 11, 2019 optigandotcom

"Another Panoptigon demo- this time an improvisation using a vintage Orchestron Pipe Organ disc, including the onboard hall reverb. You can find info about pre-ordering a Panoptigon here:"

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