MATRIXSYNTH: MS2600NG Vlog – The Buchla Bongo Patch

Thursday, February 13, 2020

MS2600NG Vlog – The Buchla Bongo Patch

Published on Feb 13, 2020 acidjack303

"Cit´s Synth´Gear Vlog - MS2600NG – The Buchla Bongo Patch Episode.

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The MS2600NG is a German Synthesizer DIY Project by Matthias Beese.
There is only a small bunch of a few DIY MS2600NG Kits / Synths on the Market.
The MS2600NG is an Enhanced Full-Size Clone on the legendary ARP 2600 Synthesizer.
For more details of this Synthesizer go to the MS2600NG Webpage.
In this Vlog Episode i show you some of the Great Features and Sounds the MS2600NG offers. For more Information’s on the DIY Synth (just in German) visit this Link.

The Buchla Bongo Patch is a classic patch where a complex sound source – such as one oscillator frequency modulating another – is normaly sent through a Low Pass Gate with either just a trigger to “strike” the vactrol inside or otherwise an instant attack/fast decay envelope to create a nice percussive sound. In lacking of an Low Pass Gate in the MS2600NG we used the Sync and FM possibilities of the MS2600NG to give it a decay similar to a struck percussive instrument.

The web Page of the MS2600NG Diy Project:"

MS2600NG posts

Also see the Italian ARP 2600 clone posted here.

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