MATRIXSYNTH: Thursday, April 25, 2019

Thursday, April 25, 2019

V-Collection 7 Demos (Synthi-V, CZ-V, Mello-V)

Arturia MicroFreak | Portable? Class Compliant? Beginner friendly? - haQ attaQ

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Jakob Haq

"So I’ve gotten my hands on the Arturia MicroFreak Experimental Hybrid Synthesizer early. And man ... this synth is interesting to say the least. Now there are a few things that I’ve been wondering about ever since I first saw the teaser trailers about the MF. Stuff like, how portable Is the MicroFreak? Is it USB class compliant? Will it connect to an iDevice? Also how beginner friendly is it? Let’s find out!"

Arturia: V-Collection 7 Overview

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Noisegate

"Tristan from Noisegate presents a first look at the new instruments included in Arturia's V-Collection 7 software instrument bundle."

Pantala Labs - Carcellata - ANTS : Sub module

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Gibran PantalaLabs

"Pantala Labs - Carcellata is a cellular automata based Eurorack module that comes with several algorithms to create cool melodies, triggers and CVs abstracting behaviors of the real life.
ANTS : - is a sub module capable to create melodies and rhythmic sequences based on behavior of a life being. We mapped elements like , birth, grown, movement, reproduction and death (there are many other behaviors)."

John Bowen Synth Design Solaris OS Update - v1.4.3

Note there are only 5 Solaris synths remaining. via the John Bowen Synth Design forum:

"Released Sun Mar 10, 2019, v1.4.3 OS fixes a few small display things, and adds two new features:

1) Sample Load routine - Instead of loading samples from the System page, as we have done, now the loading is done within the Preset, on Home page 3, parameter named 'SmpPool'. Each preset can now store the sample pool being used. Then, if the user wants to have each preset automatically load the appropriate sample pool when selected, you can set the System page parameter 'LoadSamp' to On, and Save it there as part of the global init file. If this is set to Off, then the user must go to the Home page #3 and press Enter to load the pool. If several presets call up the same pool, the system checks and knows this, so you don't have to load again. Also, it can take quite some time to load the preset in this case. For example, to load the factory Glockenspiel pool takes about 6 seconds.

2) Added a new function, calling it 'Patch Chain'. This appears on Home page #3 as well, in the top row, labeled as 'Patchain'.

Here's the idea - if a Preset has Patch Chain set On, then each of 5 Presets will be loaded into the DSPs, starting with the one farthest away from the selected preset.This means you can have 5 different sounds, one for each DSP, with 2 voices per sound (remember, the 6th DSP is used for the Master FX).

For example, if I have this parameter On for Preset 100, the first preset loaded will be 104, then 103, 102, 101, and lastly 100. That way, Preset 100 is the one that is being displayed on the front panel. However, any edits to any parameter will then go to all 5 Presets. (If you then go to store an edit, it only knows to do that to the current Preset.)

The sequence does not wrap around, i.e., if Preset 125 has Patch Chain On, it can only load 3 of the presets. The selected Preset (the last to load) goes to all remaining DSPs in this case.

How is this useful - with the Sequential 6Trak and Multi-Trak, I could make 2 Unison stacks of 6 different sounds on one key, and you could get some pretty big Unison sounds this way. Another thing I've liked with this is to have the 5 presets similar enough, but with small variances in tuning, cutoff, etc., to give an even more 'analogy' feel or sound. The voices are selected in a 'round robin' mode usually (depending on the Legato and EGReset modes), and so by repeatedly hitting a single key, you can hear each of the 5 DSPs playing 2 voices each per preset.

Obviously, this takes so forethought and planning, and isn't for everyone. Also note - loading 5 DSPs separately takes slightly longer when selecting the Preset.

I hope Solaris owners enjoy these two added features. I am looking forward to more developments in the near future.

-John Bowen"

Moog Matriarch Synthesizer Demos with Mikael Jorgensen & Philip Cornish

Moog Matriarch Synthesizer Demo with Mikael Jorgensen - All Playing, No Talking Published on Apr 25, 2019 Musician's Friend

"Moog Matriarch is a semi-modular, 4-note paraphonic synthesizer and the newest member of the Mother family of synths.

Demoed here by Mikael Jorgensen of Wilco, Matriarch's design is based on some of Bob Moog's most revered circuits. The all-analog signal path features 4 powerful VCOs, dual ladder filters, stereo delay, an arpeggiator and a performance friendly 256-note sequencer.

The 4 VCO design can be played in three distinct modes: 4-note paraphonic, 2-note paraphonic and monophonic. Each oscillator can select from a variety of waveshapes and octaves, allowing you to create incredibly rich and harmonically complex sounds. As mentioned, Matriarch features two classic Moog Ladder Filters that can be used in three distinct modes: parallel (High Pass/Low Pass), stereo (Low Pass/Low Pass), and series (HP/LP).

Where Grandmother featured an analog spring reverb, Matriarch features a dual analog delay inspired by the MF-104M Moogerfooger circuit. This delay module offers up to 700ms of stereo or ping-pong style repeats.

Although Matriarch has 90 patch points, enough to satisfy even the most adventurous of sound designers, it can be played right out of the box thanks to its intuitive layout and signal flow."

Moog Matriarch | Sound Explorations with Philip Cornish

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Guitar Center

"Musical Director for Kanye West and 7-time Grammy-nominated producer/writer, Philip Cornish, explores the sounds of the new Moog Matriarch Semi-Modular Analog Synthesizer, a 4-note paraphonic synth with built-in Sequencer, Arpeggiator, stereo Ladder Filters and Stereo Analog Delay.

The pinnacle of Moog's semi-modular family of synths, the Matriarch's 90 modular patch points and vintage Moog circuits provide endless sonic possibilities and unparalleled analog sound."

Moog Matriarch

Polaron DIY Drum Machine - Recording Parameter Locks

Published on Apr 18, 2019 a_guy_called_tom

"This video explains how you can change sounds on the Polaron drum machine by recording parameter locks.
The Polaron is a digital DIY drum machine. The project is open-source, go check it on Github:"

You can find previous posts on the Polaron here.

Scanner Reel Easel SamplePlay

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Todd Barton

"Okay! Last exploration for awhile of Robin Rimbaud's Scanner Reel from for the MakeNoise Morphagene. I really have to get back to my projects but this reel is addicting. The Buchla Easel is controlling various parameters on the Morphagene."

Double Korg Minilogue jam - Minilogue, Minilogue XD and Volca Sample with heavy effects

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Expanding Sound

"I recently picked up a Minilogue XD, and I am a big fan. My plan was to sell my old Minilogue and use the money towards the new one. It is a tough call though, the older Minilogue does have some differences that make it unique unto itself. So lately I've been having some fun with both.

I panned each Minilogue a little bit to separate the sound. I also pushed the delays pretty hard. The new ones delay is just so much cleaner, and it sounds great. Something about the old delay sounds really cool too. Its dirty and gritty. It has a life of its own.

I gravitate more towards song based jams, I used presets to change the sequences to make more complex chord progressions, as opposed to staying on a 16 step with modulation. I liked how this one sounded.

Give it a listen, and I hope you enjoy! Do you hear how different the delays sound? which do you like better?"

Quasimidi RAVE-O-LUTION 309

via this auction

Muse Research Receptor Rack Mount VST Host Player/ Sampler Unit with Cables

via this auction

"Comes with a power cable , midi cable and an iLok input key included ."

Roland JD-990 in box w/manual SN ZE71170

via this auction

"One of Roland's high marks of the early 90s, the flagship rack mount beast: the JD-990.

Scales Walkthrough Tutorial - Part 1

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Intellijel

"This video provides a step by step walkthrough of how to use the Scales quantizer module from Intellijel.

Part 1 - Getting Started With One Oscillator
00:14 - What is a Quantizer?
00:44 - How to Connect Scales
01:10 - Matching Tuning With Note Output
01:47 - Sending The Right Input to Scales (Using Attenuation & Offset)
04:17 - Selecting Notes And Saving & Loading Scales
05:42 - Changing Root Notes
06:24 - Using the TRIG Output
07:53 - Using the TRIG Input
09:09 - Learning Scales With LEARN Mode
09:57 - Setting TRIG Delay"

Scales Walkthrough Tutorials

Juno-106 vs. JX-8P: Basic Sounds-- Is the JX as Powerful as the Juno?? A Friendly Comparison

Published on Apr 25, 2019 MR TUNA Music

"Pour a fresh cup of coffee and have a seat on your comfiest wooden barstool, it's time for a friendly comparison between two awesome vintage synths: The Roland Juno-106 and JX-8P.
Both members of the Juno family and both 6-voice DCO analog synthesizers, there's a lot to compare; but we focus on the 106 feature-set and how well the 8P emulates that classic Juno sound.

Let me know what you think about how these two super impressive synths stack up against each other!"

Arturia V Collection 7 - new synths teaser demo

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Hunart©

"Hi everyone!

Got my hands (but just for a short time) on the 3 new synths from the Arturia V Collection 7 package - CZ V, Synthi V and Mellotron V.

I`ve recorded 10 - 10 tracks from each synth to simply create a track that can show a piece of sound what these can produce. Except one sidechain compressor and a limiter on the whole material no external fx, compression or EQ were used."

Red Bull Radio FIRESIDE CHAT Dave Smith

via Red Bull Radio

"The father of MIDI and inventor of the Prophet-5 synth has quietly shaped modern music — engineer and musician Dave Smith talks shop.

Dave Smith is an American engineer and musician whose innovations in synthesis have made him a key figure in the history of electronic music. He founded the synthesizer company Sequential, which was responsible for the first–ever commercial polyphonic and microprocessor-controlled synthesizer, the funky-sounding Prophet-5. He also played a central role in developing MIDI technology — he’s known as the father of MIDI. Starting out in the mid¬’70s as a fan of rock & roll, Smith got tuned on to electronics by Wendy Carlos’s Switched-On Bach, and became inspired to explore synthesis more deeply. His inventions can be heard across American popular music, from radical pop and rock acts like Bowie and Talking Heads to film-score composers and directors like John Carpenter and JJ Abrams. In this Fireside Chat, Smith tells stories of growing up in 1960s California, how the mood of the times fueled his imagination and the genesis of the machines that music fans worldwide have come to know and love."

Sequential Circuits Poly-sequencer 1005 SN 326

via this auction

"Sequential Circuits Poly Sequencer model 1005 + original manual and cassette tape. All sections run except cassette tape which doesn't. You can memorize, edit, single or real time step recording, etc, but the cassette doesn't fast forward or record. rare and hard to find original manual and cassette factory sequence included."

OBlivion, 100 programs for OB6 (individual sounds, no talking)

Published on Apr 25, 2019 coyotesynth

"OBlivion is a soundset of 100 programs made for OB6/OB6 desktop.

Only available at

This video demonstrates each of the 100 programs"

Epicycloid Turbo Entubulator & Voluptron Vacuum Tube Eurorack Modules

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Perfect Circuit

"Epicycloid Engineering has two vacuum tube based modules and a dedicated power supply module for them. The Turbo Entubulator is a module that breaks out all of the functions of a 6AR8 tube to be voltage controlled and used with your other eurorack modules. This module can be used as a VCA, ring modulator, distortion/saturation effect, waveshaper and probably many other uses when patched in different ways.

The Voluptron is a four pole lowpass ladder filter, but with tubes instead of transistors.

Both of these modules receive 200V power from the Illuminox Prime module to make sure the tubes are running at full power.

available here:"

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The Turbo Entubulator is Epicycloid Engineering's flagship module: a tube breakout module that can produce effects ranging from simple VCA-like behavior all the way to gnarly tube distortion, wavefolding, and more. By providing direct, patchable access to the tube's pins, one can create a number of novel behaviors that all exploit the brilliant and peculiar nonlinearities of the included 6AR8 tube.

The Turbo Entubulator provides static and CV control of Deflector Bias and Offset as well as Grid Control and Screen voltages, allowing a number of patchable tube effects. Built-in cathode bias controls and automatic gain control help to reign in particular behaviors from tube distortion to nonlinear waveshaping.

The Turbo Entubulator requires connection to the Epicycloid Engineering Illumonix Prime power supply.


Fully broken-out tube module for creating a variety of amplification, distortion, waveshaping, and completely novel effects
Compatible with 6AR8, 6JH8, and 6ME8 tubes
Can act as everything from a simple VCA or saturation effect to a complex nonlinear wavefolder
Dedicated controls for Deflector Bias, Deflector Offset, Control Grid, Screen Grid, Cathode Bias, AGC, and Transformer DC Blocking
Requires connection to Epicycloid Engineering Illuminox Prime power supply


Voluptron is Epicycloid Engineering's take on the traditional modular ladder filter: a complex, tube-based design with a thick, unparalleled sound. Voluptron offers up to five octaves of 1V/oct tracking, with resonance up to self-oscillation. Additionally, the input can be used as a gnarly overdrive—one which impacts the cutoff frequency at higher settings, creating dynamic filtering effects. If you love the sound of a Moog ladder filter but wish it would extend farther into the dredges of tube-based distortion and nonlinearity, Voluptron is the right choice for you.

Note: the Voluptron requires connection to the Epicycloid Engineering Illuminox Prime power supply.


Tube-based ladder filter with extreme sonic signature
4–5 octave cutoff frequency range at 1V/oct tracking
Resonance extends into self-oscillation
Includes three 6ES8 tubes, but is compatible with a wide variety more
Audio input with gain into distortion
Input level impacts cutoff frequency at higher gain settings, creating dynamic filtering effects
Requires connection to Epicycloid Engineering Illuminox Prime power supply


Illuminox Prime is a power supply module specially designed for Epicycloid Engineering's range of tube-based Eurorack modules, providing 200V of power to such modules as the Turbo Entubulator and Voluptron. Eliminating the various issues with running tube-based modules solely on a standard Eurorack supply, Illuminox prime provides all the power needed to keep those tubes nice and toasty in optimal operating condition.

Illuminox Prime is designed for use ONLY with Epicycloid's line of tube-based Eurorack modules. The required external 15VAC adapter is included with purchase.


Power supply specifically designed for Epicycloid Engineering's tube-based modules, including the Voluptron and Turbo Entubulator
Provides high voltages required for tube operation without adding strain to your standard Eurorack PSU
Includes 15VAC adapter with universal AC input

2getheraudio launches CL4P Maker - Handclap virtual instrument

via 2getheraudio

It is with a lot of excitement that we’re releasing CL4P Maker a new and exciting handclap plugin! No more excuse for bad handclaps! As usual this product is Pay-What-You-Want with a minimum of $10 and 10% goes to a charity.


Boston, MA USA (April 24, 2019) - 2getheraudio has released CL4P Maker, a first- of-its-kind virtual instrument dedicated to creating and playing an infinite variety of handclap sounds. Originally made popular by the Roland TR808 and TR909 drum machines, handclap sounds are utilized extensively in hip hop, pop, R&B, and electronic dance music of all styles. CL4P Maker builds on this tradition by offering music producers an extended collection of handclap sounds with the added ability to make their own electronic handclap sounds.

Korg Prophecy Physical & Analogue Modeling Mono Synth

via this auction

Casio CZ-101, Kawai K1m, and Korg Volca Keys Live Improv

Published on Jul 15, 2018 Demonic Sweaters

"Recorded live 100% on Android with Open Camera and USB audio input with a behringer UCA202 interface on my Xiaomi Redmi 5a. Sythns are the Casio CZ-101, Kawai K1 and the Korg Volca Keys!"

via this auction

"This synth plays and sounds great. Everything works except the AC adapter plug connection needs replaced (IF YOU WANT TO USE AC). The middle post connection broke off on the port. However this is a very easy fix. Also, the Synth works totally fine without it on batteries. You need to have batteries in the CZ series anyway to save the patches, so there's little reason to worry about the AC adapter. See me playing this EXACT SYNTH in the video."

Arturia Announces V Collection 7 w/ EMS SYNTHI & Casio CZ-101 Based Synth Engines

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Arturia

Update: mini press release added below.
Update2: User videos added below.

"24 timeless instruments lovingly recreated in #software, and modernized with contemporary features. This is the most comprehensive anthology of classic #synth and #keyboards ever made. This is decades of passionate research, modelling, and development. This is your chance to take your place in music history."

Arturia announces | V Collection 7
Arturia announces | Synthi V
Arturia announces | CZ V
Arturia announces | Mellotron V
Arturia announces | B3 V 2
Tutorials | Synthi V - Episode 1: Overview
Tutorials | CZ V - Episode 1 : Overview
Tutorials | Mellotron V - Episode 1: Overview

New Synths in V Collection 7

Synthi V

Synthi V completely captures the spirit of the unique analog synth that burst out of ‘70s London to inspire the entire emerging electronic music world—and it has new superpowers to inspire your world today.

Synthi V brings you all the experimental excitement of EMS’ legendary 3-oscillator analog synths—now infused with thoroughly modern enhancements. Venture beyond unusual lead and bass sounds to create soundscapes and sci-fi effects ranging from beautiful to bizarre and everything in between.

The British-born EMS family of synths—featuring the sonically identical Synthi AKS and VCS3—were among the first to distill modular synthesizer functionality into a more portable form. Where most competitive designs like the Minimoog sacrificed flexibility to size and simplicity, EMS retained a modular heart through the genius of one of the first matrix patchbays to grace a synth. That additional versatility led to more experimentation outside of melodic norms and into the more electronic realms of psychedelia and sci-fi effects. Cue Pink Floyd’s “On the Run” from “The Dark Side of the Moon” LP.

Synthi V is the perfect evolution of the synth that turned a lot of heads. Now you can use it to turn some heads of your own.

Main Features
A component-level model of the EMS Synthi AKS
3 oscillators with waveform mix, noise generator, 18 dB/oct resonant filter, output section with spring reverb modelling
Modular architecture, allowing to route signals in unexpected ways
Ring Modulator, loopable Envelope Shaper, 2 axis Joystick and Sample and Hold modules for advanced modulations
Original keyboard sequencer module with sync to DAW tempo
2 matrix behavior modes: modern and vintage for cross-talk simulation
5 assignable voltage functions to create multi-point envelopes and LFOs synced to DAW tempo
Advanced joystick automation module for modulating parameters in a 2D space
Matrix pin amounts modulations possibilities (with 4 independent groups)
10 effects, Reverb Phaser, Flanger, Chorus, Overdrive, Delay, ...
Up to 4 voices of polyphony
Over 250 factory presets

The budget synth that became a legend in its own right. The instrument that brought the digital synth revolution to the masses is now at your command.

A simpler kind of powerful digital synthesis

Released in 1984, the CZ-101 was Casio’s answer to the wildly popular Yamaha DX7. It was significantly less expensive and infinitely easier to program than its rival. Instead of frequency modulation, Casio’s phase distortion (PD) used various user-selected waveforms to modulate the timing of simple carrier waves at the cycle level in order to create more complex wave shapes. This simplified form of digital synthesis made it comparatively easy to perfect a wide variety of timbres spanning warm pads, natural percussion, buzzy digitalia, sci-fi effects and even analog synths. While PD could sound similar to FM, it also had a unique sonic signature all its own.

The CZ sound helped propel artists like Salt-N-Pepa, Was (Not Was), and Vince Clarke into the spotlight. Let’s add your name to the list.

Classic Casio Phase Distorsion
+ cutting-edge Arturia modeling
= infinite sonic possibilities for you

Imagine a virtual instrument that realistically models every nuance of the CZ-101—and with four times the polyphony and zillions more presets. What if it gave you an intuitive graphic interface that unlocked of all the hidden jewels in this unique digital synth? And what if it now had additional envelopes, filters, LFOs, effects, and extensive beat-sync-to-host parameters? Oh, and what if you could interconnect all that via a new super-flexible modulation matrix? We’ve faithfully reproduced the instrument that brought ‘80s pop to new heights.

Yeah... we did that!

Main Features
Two synthesis lines and independent noise source
All CZ-101/CZ-1000 original parameters
8 original waveform and custom waveform editor
Original CZ SysEx import
CZ, DADSR and Multi-Segments envelopes (syncable and loopable) to control pitch, DCW and amplitude
2 Modulation envelopes
4 assignable macros
Advanced modulation matrix
A Sample and Hold module, 2 LFOs with 6 waveforms, 3 sources combinators and an Arpeggiator
4 FXs slots that can be routed in serie or per synthesis line
A synthesis line state viewer for real-time feedback
Emulation of the original CZ DAC
32 voices of polyphony
Up to 8 voices of unison with unison detune
Over 400 factory presets

Update: and the mini press release:

"Arturia have announced the arrival of the latest edition of V Collection : their flagship anthology of reimagined historic synths and keyboards.

Containing 24 premier software instruments and thousands of preset sounds, V Collection 7 is the must-have reference for musicians, producers, sound designers, and keyboard fans.

Legendary keyboards reinvented
In V Collection 7, Arturia have used cutting-edge modelling techniques to create the most accurate software versions of dozens of time-honored instruments. Their exclusive True Analog Emulation® (TAE) and advanced physical modelling put these legendary instruments at your fingertips as software. Over 100 years of music history are now yours to explore, and use to shape the sound of the future.

Launch offer
To celebrate its release, and only for a limited time, V Collection will be available for an incredible price. Whether you are new to Arturia products, want to upgrade from a previous version of V Collection , or own any other Arturia products, you will have access to an exclusive deal that will put the very best synth and keyboard recreations ever made at your fingertips.

Intro offer from $399/399€, ends June 10th.
Street price $499/499€


The original instrument redefined what keyboard players could do, unlocking the doors to orchestral and choral sounds at the touch of a key. Arturia’s reinvented versions not only features all original Mellotron tapes, but also lets you import and play your own samples with authentic tape emulation.

The quirky British “silver machine” that put a new spin on modular synthesis, reborn in software with exciting new tricks up its sleeve. Advanced component modelling let Arturia model even its wild, unpredictable nature, with advanced modulation and powerful effects added to the mix.

The budget synth that became a legend in its own right. The instrument that brought the digital synth revolution to the masses is now at your command. Easy to program phase distortion synthesis with custom editor, huge modulation potential and awesome effects.

A treasure trove of amazing synth and keyboard sounds with effects, easy to browse, fun to control, with a new built-in live mode. Your go-to choice for inspiration and performances.

B-3 V 2
Our recreation of Hammond’s legendary organ has received a total sound engine overhaul, making it the most authentic, vibrant electric organ virtual instrument ever.

Over 800 brand new, modern sounds created for legacy V Collection instruments. The hottest synths and chart-topping keys are yours to explore.

Arturia have created a series of promotional videos and tutorials to whet your appetite, and get you familiar with the exciting new instruments. Each software instrument also features an in-app tutorial mode, too! Just another one of the fantastic new features in V Collection 7.

To discover more about Arturia V Collection 7 , the stories behind the vintage instrument recreations, and to start your free trial, visit the Arturia website."

Update2: First user videos:

Arturia V Collection 7 - Played by a LEGO Robot - Carl-Mikael's Cabinet of Curiosities
Arturia SYNTHI V Synthesizer (EMS Synthi AKS Emulation) First Look & Sound Demo - SYNTH ANATOMY
Arturia MELLOTRON V First Look & Sound Demo - SYNTH ANATOMY

Atlantis And Quantized Quadrants

Published on Apr 25, 2019 Intellijel

"The Palette case provides just enough room for Atlantis, Scales, and Planar 2, which is fantastic because they pair so well together.

Here Planar is controlling PITCH on the X axis, and filter cutoff on the Y axis. The GATE output is triggering the GATE input on Atlantis, but also the Sample & Hold, which is feeding the SHIFT input to control the MOD oscillator on Atlantis. This lets us play two notes on Atlantis within the same scale. Digiverb gives everything a nice sheen of reverb at the end."

TRAX! Session 1

Published on Apr 25, 2019 FutureRetroSynths

"Here's an improv session with two Trax sequencers each playing a Transient Plus module. With one module playing more 808 type drum sounds, and the other playing some synth samples.
Here you can see just some of the ways to enter and edit sequence data, and further manipulate sequences into something new."

SUPER SMASH BUTTON - Arcade Audio Gate

Published on Apr 25, 2019 midierror

"The Super Smash Button is an audio gate controlled by an arcade button! It works with anything you plug into it - synths, drum machines, radios, vocals, effects and more.

Available from Tindie here.

The Super Smash Button is an audio gate which allows you to pass any signal at the bash of the big arcade button! Trigger musical elements, vocals, synths, noise and drones through it for rhythmic stutters, jittered melodies and chopped up beats.

It works incredibly well with drones, circuit bent keyboards and weird effects machines - bringing a new dimension rhythm and melody combined. Plug in a radio or play some foley recordings for randomly accessed nuggets of sound to add unpredictability and serendipitous synchronicity to the proceedings.

It has a toggle switch to allow the signal to pass completely, for when your Track and Field skills have come a cropper. Use external effects after the pedal to expand its impact - a delay or loop pedal is the ideal output for an innovative way of making new textures, tones and soundscapes.

This is a hand-made, hard-wearing device in a strong aluminum enclosure, with a tried-and-tested arcade button for years of trigger finger raising. It ships from the UK with either Green, Blue or Yellow buttons and four rubber feet to grip to and protect your surfaces.

The Super Smash Button is 111mm x 31mm (47mm including switch) x 60mm and weights around 150g."

Eurorack utilities are KING!!! and the Pusherman A/B Switches

Published on Apr 25, 2019 DivKidVideo

"I had some fun with this thumbnail playing around and I have to say DivKid looks pretty cool as a slim guy with a crown. Now this isn't a video on the general concept of Eurorack utilities, which really are the secret sauce and magic on a modular system ... it is however a video of just one simple passive utility that I really enjoy using that make my system feel more performable and usable. It's the Pusherman A/B Switches modules, super simple, super effective."

DIY or Pre-Built

via Pusherman

"A/B Switches is a 10hp utility module for controlling signal flow. It can be used for audio or CV.

This version features three on-on switches at the top and three on-off-on at the bottom.

With the on-on switch you can toggle between two inputs or outputs.

With the on-off-on switch you can toggle between the two inputs or outputs or mute in the central position.

This is a passive module so it requires no power.

Ships with 2.5M and 3M screws"

Behringer MS101 - Midi - Arturia BeatStep Pro Sequencer - Recorded Live

Published on Apr 25, 2019 kvfive

"Testing out the new firmware supplied by Behringer, midi has now been implemented !

Short track demonstrating the MS-101 being controlled (midi note data) from the Arturia BeatStep Pro.

Enjoy :-)"


Published on Apr 25, 2019 paul tas

via Error Instruments

FULL modular synthesiser
The most sweet standalone modular synthesiser . It’s for experimental purposes but also to have a bread and butter performance .It has a Effects processor With a delay .That you can also use externally It’s a built in Nemo delay .Function De patch Arealeft banana jack .are output .The right ones are inputs . They come in different colours and different functions.This has also influence on the potential metres and also on the switches the whole function of the synthesiser

with the beautiful sound engine of candy reactor and cloud busting

The synthesiser has a different sounds palet

plum ciat
apati sqwes
FM radio

Also all the functionality as you can mix

Remember This instrument it’s about finding sweet spots So there is a part programmed and there is a bus you must find out for yourself .There are only three .And they are made in the Netherlands in Amsterdam for more information please see the demonstration movies or contact us .It’s not allowed to buy all three for one person 😉

inc power sub / batery clip / jack / 5x bannana cabels /

Korg Poly 61M Part. 1

Published on Apr 24, 2019 DKS SYNTH LAB

DKS SYNTH LAB Korg Poly 61M videos

Patch n Tweak

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