MATRIXSYNTH: Friday, August 2, 2019

Friday, August 02, 2019

New Radiator Laser Synthesizer Videos

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Neon Captain

Only five days to go on Kickstarter here. A new laser synth with audio out from Neon Captain including the makers behind Kilpatrick Audio. Funding is currently at $94,164 of the $60,510 goal.

Playlist at the time of this post:

1. Dueling Radiators
What's better than a Radiator Laser Synthesizer? Two Radiator Laser Synthesizers!
2. Object cloning with the Radiator Laser Synthesizer
Here's a brief demonstration of the cloning feature we're implementing on the Radiator Laser Synthesizer.
3. Radiator Laser Synthesizer RGB and HSV Color Modes
A demonstration of working with RGB and HSV color effects with the Radiator Laser Synthesizer.
4. Radiator Laser Synthesizer: Abstracts and Presets
A brief tutorial on how to use the Radiator Laser Synthesizer
5. Radiator Laser Synthesizer Effects
A quick preview of the Radiator Laser Synthesizer and some of the effects it creates
6. Radiator Controls and Abstracts (short)
Showing the process of operating the Radiator Laser Synthesizer
7. Radiator Laser Synthesizer Controls and Abstracts
Showing the process of operating the Radiator Laser Synthesizer
8. Radiator Beams and Abstracts 01
The Radiator Laser Synthesizer driving three laser projectors. One for abstracts, and two for beams.
9. IG Currents VJ (Short)
The Radiator Laser Synthesizer at the Currents New Media Festival in Santa Fe.
10. The Radiator Laser Synthesizer Live Play
Playing the Radiator Laser Synthesizer live with music by The Chemical Brothers
11. Radiator Glow Promo
Radiator Laser Synthesizer with ultraviolet laser projector on zinc sulfide screen.
12. Radiator Laser Synthesizer Can you feel it?
A small overview of some of the effects the Radiator Laser Synthesizer can create.
13. Radiator Laser Synthesizer UV projection.
This is a Radiator Laser Synthesizer projecting through on X-Laser Ghostwriter UV projector onto a screen painted with zinc sulfide glow paint.
14. Radiator Performance at Currents
Live performance with the Radiator Laser Synthesizer at the 2019 Currents New Media Festival in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
15. radiator: the laser synthesizer (Kickstarter Video)

Benard Mega Bundle Vol. 2

Published on Jul 31, 2019 Benard Audio

"Cherry Audio announces that Benard has released Mega Bundle Volume 2 modules for Voltage Modular. Cherry Audio's Voltage Modular is a virtual modular platform designed to be the "best sounding, most powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use virtual modular instrument available".

Benard Mega Bundle Volume 2 ($130) brings another 43 powerful modules to Voltage Modular, plus a few more that will be added for free in the near future.

It includes chaotic generators (Logistic Map, Lorenz Attractor, Quantussi Cell, LFO Matrix), sound sources (Pluck, Additive Bell, Breakpoint Oscillator, Quad Oscillator), drone and noise sources (Boolean Drone, Square Noise), sequencers (Trigger Position Sequencer, Random Choice), utilities (Map Range, Precision Attenuverters, 3-Way Crossfader, Timer, Auto-Panner, Auto-Crossfader), controllers (Sloth LFO, Slider Box, Octature LFO, Poly LFO, Mini Voltage Grid), a fixed filter bank, and a quadraphonic panner (Mono to Quad Circular Panner), along with a huge collection of unique poly modules. Visit the Mega Bundle Volume 2 page for more details."

From Reel to Web - July 29-31 Part 3 - Vintage Moog Modular on Texas TV WFAA

Published on Jul 31, 2019 SMU Jones Film

This one spotted and sent in via John L Rice: "Starts at 4:10. No sound until about 4:40. There is other political and traffic accident coverage before and after the Moog section. Moog content ends about 8:25. Keep in mind that sound is often poor quality and cuts in and out."

If anyone knows who that is in the video, feel free to comment.

Update: “That's Merrill Ellis. He's one of the first Moog customers (2 systems and later add-on's) as well as one of the first to take them out live. Pretty important guy from NTSU in Denton TX.”


Merrill Ellis From UNT in 1974

Published on Feb 25, 2018 SMU Jones Film

"In 1974, in this small house near the UNT campus, true magic happened. That’s right: it’s Merrill Ellis & his Moog Synth! WFAA. February 5, 1974."

Blue EML Electrocomp 200 in there as well.

OP-Z A Track From Scratch & Spark Components

Published on Aug 2, 2019 nedavine

"Building a track from nothing to demonstrate the power of the OP-Z sequencer."

OP-Z Spark Components

Published on Aug 2, 2019 nedavine

"The OP-Z step components are extremely underatted feature that turn the OP-Z into a sequencing power house.

In this video I focus on the spark components.

Trigger Spark: Control when a step triggers
Component Spark: Control when a step component triggers
Parameter Spark: Control when a parameter lock triggers"

DX5 playing Depeche Mode "Lie to Me"

Published on Aug 2, 2019 DX5

"No sound was sampled from the original version.

Gear used:

Emu Emax II
Casio MT-70
Yamaha DX7 II FD
Roland JP8000
Kurzweil PC1x

Backtrack previously recorded on Pro Tools.
Roland MRS-2 Promars: (pre-recorded noisy snare)

Composed by Martin L. Gore.
Performed here by DX5 Jose Maria Bara."

Chernobyl Jam: 2x moog DFAM + Mother32 / Casio pt7 with mutable clouds

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Polynominaldotcom

"A little jam ispired on chernobyl series. Using 2 DFAM and a mother 32. Voice with tape player and effects done with CASIO PT7 cult toys processed thru Mutable clouds granular effect"

Pittsburgh Modular Teaser for EarthQuaker Day Event

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers

"Pittsburgh Modular will be attending the EarthQuaker event EarthQuaker Day on August 3rd in Akron, OH. Richard will be hanging out and demoing the Voltage Lab all afternoon.."


Published on Aug 2, 2019 synths colors

John Chowning Coming to Knobcon 2019

Knobcon is set for September 6-8 in Chicagoland, USA.

"The organizers of Knobcon, the world’s only synthesizer convention, are pleased to announce FM synthesis pioneer Dr John Chowning as their guest of honor.

Following military service in a Navy band and university studies at Wittenberg University, Chowning, aided by Max Mathews of Bell Telephone Laboratories and David Poole of Stanford, set up a computer music program using the computer system of Stanford University's Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in 1964. In 1967 he discovered and developed an algorithm for generating complex sounds using frequency modulation (FM). This breakthrough in the synthesis of timbres allowed a very simple yet elegant way of creating and controlling time-varying spectra. In 1977 Stanford University licensed the FM synthesis patent to Yamaha in Japan, leading to the most successful family of synthesizers in the history of electronic musical instruments.

In addition to his keynote address at the annual banquet, John will be hosting a workshop during the three-day event entitled “Learn FM Synthesis From The Man Who Wrote The Patent”

Knobcon is the world's only synthesizer convention, celebrating its eighth year. With performances, workshops, and vendors, Knobcon is a fully immersive experience. Attendees have access to an incredible playground of equipment and designers of some of today's most innovative synthesizer products.

Held in suburban Chicago, Illinois at the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg, the entire event takes place under one roof. Enthusiasts travel from all over the world to attend this annual event. Easy access by all forms of transportation makes Knobcon the most convenient synthesizer event you'll ever attend!

If you are interested in the electronic arts, this is the place for you. Be a novice or a neophyte, Knobcon is an inclusive and enjoyable experience.

For more information, vist"

Marf Nesting

Published on Aug 2, 2019 zack dagoba

"A looonnnnng self-playing patch on the Buchlas using nested sequences within the MARF"

Update: this original went up at 12:05 PM. I wanted it towards the top but an influx of other posts came in. Be sure to see them below. I opted to move this one up as it really is beautiful imo. This is a vintage Buchla 100 system performed by Benge of

Lifeline - OBLVYN (synth playthrough)

Published on Jul 1, 2019 OBLVYN

"Thanks for watching me play my solo from my single 'Lifeline (feat. Talltale)' :) Here is a link to stream/download the song:"

Novation // Tips - SL MkIII & Ableton Sync Tutorial

Published on Aug 2, 2019 NovationTV

"In this video, Enrique covers how to sync Ableton to the SL MkIII. Showing you how to take full advantage of your SL MkIII's internal sequencer and all its features and apply them to your plug-ins or internal Ableton sounds."

For more information on SL MkIII visit:

Curious about mapping your Software/Hardware? See the following:

Novation // Beats and Bytes - SL MkIII & Components

Streamed live on Jul 18, 2019 NovationTV

"Learn how to map the SL MkIII to all of your MIDI controlled hardware and software instruments using Novation Components. We will talk through all the SL MkIII/Components functionality and show you how to create mappings and templates for quick access to your favorites."

Friday Fun: Novation Summit Synth Jam

Published on Aug 2, 2019 sonicstate

"The Novation Summit Bi-Timbral Poly Synth arrived for review today and after firing it up we figured it was a good candidate for the Friday Fun - with a dual engine synth based on the Oxford Oscillators (made in FPGA) essentially its like a couple of peaks with a keyboard (there is more obvs)."

FM Player 2 by AudioKit - Pre-Release Demo for the iPad - Live Stream

Published on Jul 23, 2019 The Sound Test Room

Arturia MatrixBrute Must Have Patches

Published on Jul 9, 2019 Anton Anru

Get the presets:
See for additional synth patches.

"These powerful 'Must Have' presets add enormous energy to any track. Pure analog warm sound gives your tracks special style and character.
The bank consists of 16 basses, 16 leads, 16 paraphonics, and 16 percussions.
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."

Arturia Matrixbrute 'Must Have' Presets (Lead, Bass, Pads, Perc)
Import & Export Presets for Arturia MatrixBrute
Arturia Matrixbrute Must Have Leads
Arturia Matrixbrute Must Have Basses
Arturia Matrixbrute Must Have Paraphonics
Arturia Matrixbrute Must Have Percussions

Behringer MODEL D - 64 Massive Patch Pack

Published on Jul 23, 2019 chronosproject

LFO.Store team presents, first of its kind:
64 great patches for Behringer Model D

[See for additional synth patches.]

By many asks we are continuing series of sounds for Behringer synthesizers.

This soundset splitted on categories:
• BASS (15)
• DRONE (5)
• FX (11)
• LEADS (14)
• PLUCKS (14)
Suited for all modern genres of electronic music: retrowave, drum’n’bass, techno, ambient, trap, trance, house, classic electronica, downtempo.
We are thankful to Behringer company for opportunity to
touch great analog sound for such a
resonable price.

No more jokes - Behringer synths are taking its place in music production.
We put all our effort & inspiration to make this patches
suited for many genres & styles of electronic music.
Model D is very flexible & inspirative synth which
can go far beyond standart subtractive traditions.
What in the pack:
* High quality pictures of every single patch ready for print with all the 64 presets.
Easy navigation, fast patching & great looking.
* Single pages of each patch & hi quality wav. demo (wet/dry version) for comparing & re-creation."


Published on Aug 2, 2019 EMEAPP

"EMEAPP SONIC TEST DRIVE: Simmons SDSV, Ult-Sound DS-4 and Pollard Syndrum from your good friends at the Electronic Music Education and Preservation Project. More information at, please join us as a member!"

Great and rare demo of the rare Ultimate Sound DS-4 drum synth.

Supercritical Demon Core Oscillator 16 Oscillators in 12 HP

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Perfect Circuit

"Supercritical's Demon Core Oscillator has 16 analog DCO oscillators in just 12HP and with the expander it can even be used as a polyphonic oscillator bank. The Demon Core is great for giant super saw swarm oscillator sounds or more subtle unison.

To make a complete synthesizer with the Demon Core as the oscillators we added a System 80 Jove Filter and used a TC Electronic June 60 chorus pedal to complete the vintage Roland sound.

Demon Core Oscillator available here:

June 60 Chorus available here:

#PerfectCircuit #Eurorack #Synthesizer"

Making a Beat with Submotion Orchestra

Published on Aug 1, 2019 Pioneer DJ

"Demonstrating how easy it is to get a beat going with the TORAIZ SP-16 sampler, Dom and Bobby from Submotion Orchestra layer up bass and live-recorded flugelhorn to construct the blueprint of a track in minutes. Making the most of the on-board FX, they process each layer and use the built-in mixer to create a beat infused with their signature sound."

Submotion Orchestra | Behind The Sounds

Published on Aug 1, 2019 Pioneer DJ

"In our fifth edition of Behind The Sounds, Dom and Bobby from a genre-defying UK collective, Submotion Orchestra known for their textured jazz and soul-fused electronica since 2009 talk about the things that inspire their music, how their roles work within the band, and how tools like the TORAIZ SP-16 help them translate their signature sound from the studio to live environments.

Behind The Sounds is a series of films that explore the influences, production techniques, and instruments used by some of the most creative, boundary-pushing artists of today.

Music used:
 Submotion Orchestra - 'Bridge'
 Submotion Orchestra - 'Tunnel'"

Steve Hackett - Roland GR-500 Showcase - Please Don't Touch - Vintage Analog Guitar Synthesizer

Published on Aug 2, 2019 WayneJoness

"The is rare footage of Gensis guitarist Steve Hackett from November 8, 1978. Steve was on a solo tour, promoting his new album 'Please Don't Touch'. Steve opens the concert with a really great showcase of the amazing Roland GR-500 guitar synthesizer, using the GS-500 guitar synthesizer controller. The complete show can be found on the DVD: Steve Hackett 'Spectral Mornings'."

C4 Synth Preview: Guitar & Bass Synthesizer

Published on Jun 14, 2019 sourceaudioeffects

"The C4 Synth unites all the sound construction tools of a classic Eurorack modular synthesizer and packages them in a compact and easy-to-use effects pedal for guitar or bass. It is essentially a modular synth in a box with unprecedented tracking abilities, lightning-fast response, and a vast universe of sound options.

The C4 Synth is scheduled for release in July 2019. This preview is a compilation video made up of Instagram posts created during the development of the pedal between the months of 1/19 to 6/19."

Tone Matching the C4 Synth with an Analog Modular Synthesizer Published on Aug 2, 2019 sourceaudioeffects

"Source Audio's Chief Scientist Bob Chidlaw takes us step-by-step through the process of creating a sound with a modular synthesizer and mimics the process with a C4 Synth effects pedal for guitar and bass. The C4's Neuro Desktop Editing was inspired by the sound creation tools a real analog synthesizer. The C4 is essentially a Eurorack modular synth in a stompbox.

Users can create and publish their own custom sounds with the Neuro Editor or simply download presets from the library of C4 User Presets created by the Source Audio team and the ever-growing C4 Synth user community."

via Source Audio

"The C4 Synth unites all the sound creation tools of a classic Eurorack modular synthesizer and packages them in a compact and easy-to-use effects pedal for guitar or bass. Out of the box the C4 offers six dynamic synth tones that range from vintage analog to the thoroughly modern. It is essentially a modular synth in a small pedal with unprecedented tracking abilities, lightning-fast response, and countless sound options. With the addition of the Neuro Desktop Editor (a free download for Mac and Windows machines) and Mobile App. (for iPhone and Android) it's easy to browse from the ever-growing library of highly-inspired presets created by the Source Audio crew and the expanding community of C4 enthusiasts."

New Moog One Firmware Update 1.1.0 Adds MIDI Mapping

Moog One | How to use MIDI Learn Published on Aug 2, 2019

"Moog One’s new MIDI Learn function makes MIDI mapping easy–even for a synthesizer with over 200 front panel controls. Simply engage MIDI Learn and turn a knob to set up a custom MIDI routing and start creating your own personalized MIDI mappings.

Firmware v1.1.0 introduces MIDI NRPN and MIDI CC mapping for all analog parameters controlled by the front panel, and an intuitive MIDI Learn function for quick and easy MIDI mapping."

Ruthless Focus - Live Electronic Jam (Circuit, Digitone, KaossPad, TB-03, Volca Drum)

Published on Aug 1, 2019 Nular Music

"Live electronic jam recorded on 2019.08.01.

More from me:"

Logical Beats

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Learning Modular

"Some simple examples of how to use OR and AND logic to create more interesting rhythmic patterns in your modular. I show three examples:

• 00:23 using OR to add two patterns together, creating a more complex composite pattern
• 02:31 using AND to mute a pattern based on a second gate, creating a more open composite pattern
• 04:19 using AND to trigger a new event or sound when beats in two patterns align

A detailed explanation of how these logic functions work, along with some additional thought, can be found in my August 2019 Learning Modular newsletter:"

TINYSIZER Modular Synth - Pings and Drones #TTNM

Published on Aug 2, 2019 THE TUESDAY NIGHT MACHINES

"Anyware Instruments TINYSIZER and me doin' some pings and drones. No external input signals or effects :)"



Modulating a sequence with a Turing Machine

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Steve Castellano

"If you've ever wondered how to get a pre-programmed sequence to evolve in the same way random Turing Machine melodies do, you've come to the right place. Feel free to ask any questions in the comments. And don't forget to check out my latest releases on BandCamp at https://elettronicasperimentale.bandc..."

Circuit bent Hin Hon EK-001, matrix mixer, joystick delay

Published on Jul 1, 2019 Ok Housecat

"Featuring Dino Spumoni"

Spotted on

And a few more:

Behringer VC340 Vocoder analog synthesizer, impressions and sounds of this beatiful synth

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Expanding Sound

"After being on a preorder list for months, my Behringer VC340 finally came in the mail! I was very excited to get it out of the box and start fiddling away with the sounds. This is from my first hour or so with the VC340, I think it sounds fantastic. It has some weight to it. It feels very well made, which I think is a contrast to the Deepmind 12. While I liked the sounds of the Deepmind 12, I think this VC340 has a superior build quality. I would gig with it with no stress.
This is just a few minutes of sounds and tweaks of all sections of this beautiful new vocoder synthesizer! The nostalgia flows right out of this board, and its inspiring to write new music with. Hope you enjoy! what do you think of the sound?"

VC340s on eBay | VC340s on Reverb | VC340s on Amazon

Novation K-Station - Virtual Analog Synth SN K004990 w/ Original Box

via this auction

"Fully working and in excellent condition (only one tiny mark just about the keys)

Upgraded to latest firmware (v2.1)

With original box, power adaptor & printed manual."

PEARL SYNCUSSION SY-1 *Soundgas Serviced* Vintage Drum Synth SN 508582

via this auction

"Serviced and modified with:
• Separate outputs for channels one and two on a TRS (stereo) jack
• CV Mod – allows you to “play” the Syncussion via a CV in.

These are stunning and powerful drum synths: trigger via a drum pad, drum machine or output from your DAW. We love these and have two in the studio which we trigger from our 808. The low end on a Syncussion leaves the 808 seeming a tad weedy…

This one will ship once our techs have finished with it – we modify the output to TRS jack for separate outputs for each channel and also with CV ins for each channel for more musical interactivity…

It uses a 12v DC 300mA, centre negative unit power supply (not supplied).

There are currently no known operational faults with this unit – some crackle may be possible when the unit has not been used for some time – this should clear with use.

In superb cosmetic condition with only minor signs of age or wear across the unit. The wooden case is very clean with some dings and scuffs around the edges. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition."

Roland RS-202 1976 SN 571870 w/ Stripped Panel

via this auction

"Up for grabs is a vintage Roland RS-202 synthesizer. If this thing could talk...Well used but works as it should. The RS-202 was a polyphonic string synthesizer similar to an electronic organ to provide full polyphony across a five-octave keyboard. Lots of tape with songs and keys adhered to unit. This was in the family and was used exclusively for live shows. Lots of mojo."

Roland SH-1000 Vintage Synthesizer SN 234617

via this auction

"Rolands first compact synthesizer. Made from 1973-1981. Own a piece of musical history. Works as it should. Original power cord. Comes with pedal switch and expression pedal. Not sure if pedals go with unit but they're included. Do your research before purchasing. Condition is good to great with only tape residue in certain areas of instrument."

Analogue Solutions Leipzig-S

via this auction

"This Leipzig-S is in very good condition and working perfectly. All controls have great feel and respond accurately. All lights fully functional. All ports and jacks in great shape and connect without issue. Sound is strong and clear from all inputs and outputs."

MOOG THE SOURCE Monophonic Analog Synthesizer Vintage 1981 SN 2389

via this auction

"Unit is completely working, even the membrane buttons. It really has its own sound characteristic which sounds beautiful! The octave button printing has worn off, there are various wear spots overall (check pics), and the knob has some scratches. Power cable is included."

Moog Source SN 1159x

via this auction

Moog Grandmother vs Minimoog Model D reissue

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Starsky Carr

"It might look like a toy but it can be a bit of a beast..

As they're both 3 oscillator Moog's I thought I’d look at the most famous alongside the most recent of Moog’s monosynths.

Over view 0:51
Filter 2:10
Oscillators 7:36
Sharkstooth 9:08
Sawtooth 9:24
Square 10:11
PWM 12:00
Noise 13:23
Sync 13:44
Linear FM 13:55
Modulation 14:40
S&H 20:38
Envelopes 20:52
Feedback 21:36
Some Sounds 22:30
Conclusion 24:55"

Spherical Wavetable Navigator (SWN) - Exploring LFOs

Published on Aug 2, 2019 4ms Company

"A detailed exploration of the SWN's LFOs. Global and individual manipulation of channels are covered, along with a more in depth look at this section's parameters.

Table of Contents:

00:27 -- Intro
00:51 -- LFO to VCA
01:08 -- Shapes
01:44 -- LFO Speed
02:42 -- Internal LFO Control
03:55 -- External LFO Control
04:33 -- Sync
05:33 -- Phase
09:19 -- Resetting & Global Clock Divider
11:19 -- Setting the Downbeat

The Spherical Wavetable Navigator (SWN) is a six-channel synthesizer that makes it easy to create slowly morphing drones, polyphonic melodies, evolving sequences, and rich textures. The SWN features six wavetable oscillators with independent pitch, level, and waveform controls. Six LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators) can be used as modulation sources and/or envelopes, making it easy to add dynamic motion to your patch. Each channel is a full voice and can be “played” using the top row of buttons, the internal LFOs, or note-change detection on the 1V/oct jacks. The SWN ships with 12 three-dimensional (spherical) wavetables and an easy interface which allows you to record and edit custom wavetables from live audio. Open-source software for Mac, Windows, and Linux called SphereEdit can be freely downloaded and allows you computer to create, edit, and convert .wav files into Spherical wavetables to transfer into the SWN with an audio cable."

Friday Jam #16 - SKULPT synthesiser & CRAFTsynth 2.0

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Modal Electronics

"Friday Jam #16 - Some hyper jazz to send you off into the weekend. We have SKULPT providing some chords & CRAFTsynth 2.0 bringing some brooding bass to the party. Have a lovely weekend!"

Arpticles (new Mozaic preset) - DIY for iOS Audio App

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Bram Bos

"In the upcoming Mozaic update I'll add the new Arpticles preset: a hybrid between an arpeggiator and a particle generator:

Arpticles will generate a (configurable) stream of particles based on the MIDI notes that are played/held.

Obviously you can use this preset as a starting point for making even more sophisticated scripts if you like!"

iTunes: Mozaic Plugin Engine - Bram Bos

DIY for iOS music app:

"Create your own MIDI plugins: MIDI filters, generative music tools, basic sequencers, MIDI control panels, chaos experiments... Let your imagination take you places.

Mozaic runs inside your favorite AU MIDI host, and gives you practical building blocks such as LFOs, pre-fab GUI layouts, musical scales, AUv3 support (with AU Parameters, transport events, tempo syncing, etc.), random generators and a super-simple yet powerful script language. Mozaic even offers quick access to your device’s Tilt Sensors for expressive interaction concepts!

The Mozaic Script language is designed from the ground up to be the easiest and most flexible MIDI language on iOS. A language by creatives, for creatives. You’ll only need to write a few lines of script to achieve impressive things - or to create that uber-specific thing that was missing from your MIDI setup.

Check out the Programming Manual on to learn about the script language and to get inspiration for awesome scripts of your own.

Mozaic comes with a sizable collection of tutorials and pre-made scripts which you can use out of the box, or which can be a starting point for your own plugin adventures.

Features in a nutshell:
- Easy to learn Mozaic Script language: easy to learn, easy to read
- Sample-accurate-everything: the tightest MIDI timing possible
- Built-in script editor with code-completion, syntax hints, etc.
- 5 immediately usable GUI layouts, with knobs, sliders, pads, etc.
- In-depth, helpful programming manual available on
- Easy access to LFOs, scales, MIDI I/O, AU parameters, timers
- AUv3; so you'll get multi-instance, state-saving, tempo sync and resource efficiency out of the box

Mozaic opens up the world of creative MIDI plugins to anyone willing to put in a few hours and a hot beverage or two.

Practical notes:
- Mozaic requires a plugin host with support for AUv3 MIDI plugins (AUM, ApeMatrix, Cubasis, Auria, Audiobus 3, etc.)
- The standalone mode of Mozaic lets you edit, test and export projects, but for MIDI connections you need to run it inside an AUv3 MIDI host
- MIDI is not sound; Mozaic on its own does not make noise... so bring your own synths, drum machines and other instruments!
- AUv3 MIDI requires iOS11 or higher"

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