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Friday, July 31, 2020

elta music pm-02 exploration


"the elta music pm-02 is a eurorack version of the recent polyvox-m desktop unit. it is a simplified version of the original polyvoks synthesizer; possessing similar oscillator and filter circuitry.

this synth is my first in-person exposure to the polyvoks family. it certainly lives up to its reputation. the oscillators are raw and dirty (though cleaner when patched out to other modules). the filter is dirty and has the most violent resonance i've ever heard. the envelope is nice and snappy. the unit is gorgeous and built like a tank. it has enough jacks to easily incorporate other modules.

while i enjoyed using the pm-02 i found the filter lacking in musicality. it's generally rough and dirty (not a bad thing); and adding resonance just makes it louder and dirtier. i was pleased by the saw and square oscillators. the square can sound nice and woody. to me the triangle oscillator sounds more like a muted saw than a triangle. i struggled to create bell-like tones for example.

due to the general character of the filter i've decided to look at other options; but if you like the tone of this synth it's an excellent choice. it's well built and excels at hard, sharp, dirty, nasty sounds.

filter sweeps (low pass) at 0:15
filter sweeps (band pass) at 5:26
saw arp at 8:48
bass line at 12:02
triangle arp at 16:11
band pass lead at 21:08

patch notes:
elta music pm-02 thru dod rubberneck, walrus audio fathom x2, strymon dig and boss re-20

disclaimer: module was purchased out of pocket for music production purposes"

Analog synth vibrato with hand movement

GS Music

"We connected an accelerometer to the pitch CV input on the new GS Apollo synthesizer and this is what we got.
The accelerometer module was slightly modified. Some filters were added in order to achieve a better response.
No modulation wheel or aftertouch was used."

Patch of the Week 69: Sub Bass Kicks


"In our continuation of 'beyond bass,' we’re checking out how low volca bass can go with sub-bass kicks and other percussive sounds."

Korg Patch of the Week posts




00:00 - Unboxing
01:16 - Optigan Mode Demo (Cha Cha Cha)
03:51 - Orchestron Mode Demo (Bass Clarinet)
05:03 - Chirp (Bossa Nova Style)

"Here's a quick unboxing & demo of Quilter Labs' new Panoptigon Chord Controller, available for purchase here

This is a small MIDI controller that replicates the functionality of the Optigan chord button panel. You can use it in conjunction with a standard MIDI keyboard to control Panoptigon. You can also use it with iOptigan (requires an additional 3rd party MIDI to Lightning interface) or any other MIDI sound module.

In "Optigan" mode, the PCC controls a standard Optigan format disc. In "Orchestron" mode, the chord buttons send chord MIDI data to play simple sustained chords to either an Orchestron disc or any MIDI sound module. In "iOptigan" mode, the PCC is mapped to control the iOptigan app ( All three modes can be set to either "Normal" for momentary operation or "Radio" for latched operation.

In this video I demonstrate the "Optigan" and "Orchestron" modes. A full demo of the 'iOptigan' mode will be coming soon.

At the end, there's a nod to all the Minecraft / Little Big Planet fans- a quick improv on 'Chirp.' :)"

Return of the Purple Moog Little Phatty Rare Analog Synthesizer Rik Marston

Rik Marston Official

#moogpurplelittlephatty #moogmusic #mooganalogsynthesizer
"Return of the Purple Moog Little Phatty"
Synthesizer Demo by Rik Marston
***Watch in HD!!*** **Turn It UP!** ***No Talking!!!***

The return of the RARE Purple Moog Little Phatty!
I prayed & prayed to be able to get one of these again...
I sold everything in the studio that could move....
I am thankful, grateful & blessed to have her back!
I am thankful, grateful & blessed to have YOU as a subscriber!
Thank you my friends, YOU ROCK!

VCS3 (Cloney) and Ventris Dual Reverb goodness


"Sometimes exploring one machine at a time is rewarding to me"

Open Amiga Sampler - NEW Amiga hardware announcement!


"Introducing the Open Amiga Sampler - an affordable, open-source, 8-bit/mono, parallel port sampler for the Commodore Amiga featuring stereo mixdown and an input preamp with physical gain control.

Schematics, documentation, parts list and custom PCB files are available at:

By mnstrmnch and syphus/Up Rough

Music: syphus/Up Rough"

This one is in via @deejayiwan

via github

"What are Amiga samplers?

Over the course of the Commodore Amiga's active lifespan, a great many samplers (also known variously as sampler carts/cartridges, sound cards, audio digitisers, audio interfaces, etc) were manufactured to exploit audio capabilities that were unmatched by any other home computer of its time. In 1989 an Amiga 500 with a cheap 8bit parallel-port sampler gave you the means to produce professional sounding music in your bedroom for a few hundred pounds - about the same as it cost to hire a recording studio for a few days. Acid house and techno were exploding; hardcore, jungle and drum'n'bass were just around the corner. Even if your sample-based Amiga music wasn't quite professional sounding by the standards of audiophiles and hi-fi enthusiasts and the old-fashioned music industry, it was probably good enough for underground clubs and illegal raves! Countless dance, bass and electronic music superstars got their start with an Amiga and a cheap sampler.

Some samplers back then cost a lot of money and offered advanced features or higher quality than the rest, although there was (and still is) a fundamental limit to the sound quality it's possible to squeeze out of an Amiga. This project is a clone of the typical low-budget sampler design that flooded the market in the late 1980s and early 1990s. They're often referred to as 'carts', but they're actually not cartridges: they're usually small 25-pin parallel port dongles whose circuit boards and connectors are housed in the type of plastic shell that systems like the C64 and the VIC-20 used as cartridge housings. But some manufacturers called them cartridges, and we've been calling them carts for decades, so we'll stick with that. Some live in separate boxes attached by a parallel extension cable to the Amiga's printer port, and some connect to both parallel and serial ports, or even to a joystick port, as a hacky but clever way of getting up to 16bit resolution. Interesting stuff, but out of this project's scope for now!

The common features of these cheap sampler carts were:

8bit sample resolution
Stereo or mono
Typical maximum sampling rate of ~55Khz in mono (~37Khz for stereo)
Usually claimed to feature impressive SNR, anti-aliasing filters, and special ~90Khz frequency modes (sometimes these claims were even true!)
The feature set of the Open Amiga Sampler is:

8bit sample resolution
Typical maximum sampling rate of ~52Khz
Input amplifier with variable gain"

See github for more.

Send Me An Angel by Real Life COVER performed on an Oberheim OB-8 and Sequential Pro 3 with vocals

Sean Christopher Evoking Emotion with Synthesizers

"Oh how I loved this song and album (Real Life's Heartland) back in the 80's as a teenager, and Send Me An Angel has to be in my top ten pop songs of that entire decade. In fact, I recommend that you buy Heartland if you love this song. Needless to say, I've always wanted to cover this piece and finally got around to it. For synth bass duties I used my Sequential Pro 3 and for everything else synth I used my beloved Oberheim OB-8 which did a fantastic job recreating those 80's synth patches. For drums and guitars I used NI's Kontakt and Battery.

A big thank you to Tim Murphy for providing the lead vocals. Until this cover, Tim has not sang for over 20 years, but with a little coaching from my wife gave us a great performance IMO. Also thank you to my wife, Ann Marie, for providing the "Angel" vocals. I provided additional bass vocals underneath the chorus and 2nd verse.....which luckily for you the listeners isn't too loud. LOL"

And the original followed by the '89 version with a Sequential Circuits Prophet-5

Real Life - Send Me An Angel [HQ/1080p]

Luv Puppy

Real Life - Send Me An Angel '89


"Real Life official video for the Australian release of Send Me An Angel '89. The US version was a reworking of the 1983 video where they edited out original keyboardist Richard Zatorski. Real Life had released Send Me An Angel '88 before they remixed and re-released it again in 1989. This version reached No.51 on the Australian Top 100 chart but got as high as No.24 in Melbourne."

Quick Jam: IO Instruments Eurorack Modules

Perfect Circuit

"IO Instruments has some interesting eurorack modules out and some more on the way. We put together this small system with a few of their modules including the Himalia which is a sound source with 5 generators including filtered analog noise, digital noise, a square wave oscillator, sampler with lots of built in drum sounds and a chord generator. IO also has basic modules like the Themisto VCO, Euporie VCF, Pashiphae ring mod, Sinope VCA and Sponde mixer that add clever and useful extra features. All of the IO modules also have colorful knobs and a halftone paint job that makes them look great together.

We added in a Noise Engineering BIA for the kick, Intellijel Quadrax for envelopes and a Malekko Quad VCA for mixing and extra VCAs. Everything is sequenced with the Arturia Keystep Pro.

#PerfectCircuit #Eurorack #Synthesizer"

An overview of new modules and collections in VCV Rack - July 2020

Omri Cohen

You can find additional resources available from Omri Cohen at

Here are the patches -

00:00 - Alright Devices
02:01 - BogAudio
04:51 - Count Modula
07:09 - Iggy Labs
09:14 - RackWindows
13:14 - Squinky Labs
17:23 - Unless
21:22 - Miscellaneous 1
22:39 - Miscellaneous 2

Korg Mono/Poly Monopoly Mp4 Analog Synthesizer SN 37140 w/ Original Gig Bag

via this auction

Waldorf Rack Attacks

Yellow via this auction

Blue w/ updated display via this auction.

The seller had a blue one with default display here.

Vintage Roland TB 303 Bass Line Synthesizer SN 242600

via this auction

How to create that DX7 harmonica patch on any FM synthesiser (Elektron Digitone)

Floyd Steinberg

"Here's how to create the DX7's "Harmonica" patch on a 4-operator synth like the Elektron #Digitone. Table of contents:

00:00 bla bla
00:38 choosing an algorithm
01:02 X|Y ratio
01:12 FM amount
01:41 operator ratios
02:32 amp envelope
03:06 modulator envelopes
03:52 low pass filter / envelope
04:43 band pass filter
05:00 lfo setup
06:03 operator tuning
06:20 harmonics
06:45 controls setup (pitch bend, aftertouch)
07:46 some ideas on further tweaking and fine-tuning
08:19 overview / demo
08:42 conclusion"

Get 7% off on DistroKid with this link

Practical Patching with After Later Audio's G&T!


"Want to turn your boring old envelope into a cycling envelope? Maybe you want a button to become a toggle? Need your gates delayed? Need to convert triggers into gates or gates into triggers!? Well look no further! Gates and Triggers by After Later Audio has got you covered and in this video I'll show you just what I mean...

If you want more and feel inspired to support me, please visit my Patreon page: ►"

Noise Engineering Desmodus Versio: Stereo reverb Eurorack module and DSP platform

Noise Engineering

Preorder Desmodus Versio NOW:
Desmodus Versio ships August 7.


0:12 Preview
1:23 Demo with Rings
1:50 Demo with Manis Iteritas
2:23 Demo with Basimilus Iteritas Alter (BIA)
2:48 The seven parameters
5:28 Two mode switches and FSU (Fuck Shit Up)
7:22 The CV controls
7:50 DSP Platform and firmware info
8:03 What with the bats?
8:25 JAM

And the press release:

"Price/Availability:​ MSRP: US$345, In stock, shipping August 7, 2020

Los Angeles, California: Noise Engineering​ announces the release of Desmodus Versio,​ a 10hp stereo in/stereo out synthetic-tail generator reverb with a generous helping of attitude. Seven CV-controlled parameters and three reverb modes make creating wild reverberant spaces a joy. Pre-orders open July 31. ​Desmodus Versio​ ships August 7, 2020.

Desmodus Versio​ is Noise Engineering’s take on reverb. It features true stereo in and out, seven CV-controlled parameters, and three reverb modes. The parameters are designed with performance and immediacy in mind. Morph between almost infinite reverby sounds with the twist of a few knobs; three reverb modes offer more texture and space options with clean, distorted, and pitch-shifting shimmer settings. ​Desmodus Versio​’s feedback control creates regenerations that never die. Turn up the control and the reverb ducks when it receives signals at its input, useful for creating sidechain ducking and atmospheres for percussion. Hit the FSU button to “freeze stuff” up. No input? No problem. Hit FSU to inject a tiny bit of noise to stimulate the tank and engage the reverb. Whether you make hard-hitting techno, ambient, industrial, sound design, or something else completely, ​Desmodus Versio​ has a place in your rack.

Desmodus Versio​ isn’t just a reverb, though: it’s a DSP platform. Its firmware can be changed via USB, so it can be transformed into a completely different effect with new firmwares coming late 2020. Are you programming savvy? Open-source support will be released later this year.

And what’s better than buying a new module? Supporting a great cause at the same time! A portion of proceeds from every ​Desmodus Versio​ sold goes to Bat Conservation International. Find out why bats are not only cool but also an important part of our ecosystem at Bat Conservation International’s website, ​​."

For more info, visit your local retailer or Noise Engineering's website:

Sequential Pro 3 TC Electronic Trinity T2


How to make HEAVY Electronic Music [Novation Circuit]

Gabe Miller Music

"I show how to make heavy bass music (trap, dubstep, riddim, electro, etc), with a bunch of Novation Circuit specific tricks and hacks, as well as sound pack recommendations."

[patch] Delayed Layers (Blofeld)

Synthesizer Video Service

"Here is one of my sounds from the Frequture Blofeld sound banks (

In this video you can see how to create two different sound layers with the Waldorf Blofeld but without using the multi mode! Plus, one of these layers has a little delay so that you get a very interesting patch.

If you want to get the empty Blofeld patch sheet (PDF), scroll down on this page:"

Subharmonicon & Hydrasynth Vignettes


"In three vignettes, Synth and Software contributor Chris Stack demonstrates interactions between the Moog Music Subharmonicon and the Ashun Sound Machines Hydrasynth."

Sonic LAB Elektron Model:Cycles Review - FM Groovebox


"Model:Cycles is a six voice FM Groovebox which uses the concept of machines, like many Elektron instruments, with the focus on FM synthesis. The sequencer follows the Elektron concept of parameter locking - which they have pioneered and made extremely usable - with each step (up to 64) being an independent state or snapshot.
Edd Butterworth takes a look for us."

The Moog Subharmonicon Is Music and so Are You

Red Means Recording

"Music is rhythm, pitch, pitch relationships, and timbre. The Moog Harmonicon is a great example of how these all come together in one of the most interesting performance synthesizers I've touched. Let's talk about it."

El Diablo (PO-33 K.O! jam)

Audio Wanderer

"Jamming some sort of frontier blues with the PO-33 K.O! The mini sampler from Teenage Engineering, here with a customized 3D printed case with rubber pads."

Quasimidi Technox w/ New Blue Display

via this auction

"Classic 90s rave romper. It has the Born Slippy pad patch!"

Sequential PRO 3 Analog Digital Hybrid 3-Voice Paraphonic Synthesizer

via this auction

"**Iron Meteorite NOT included in sale**"

This one appears to be Rik Marsten's previously featured in videos here.

Custom Red Access Indigo 2 Synthesizer

via this auction

"This is an amazing board with great, full sounds. I've gigged all over on it and used it on records by Bilal, Freeway, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Vivian Green, and many others. Functionally it works great, just a little physical wear and tear over the years."

Elektron Machinedrum SPS-1 MKI Drum Machine Synth

via this auction


via this auction

ET Phone Home Roland Jupiter-8 SN 141266

ET The Extraterrestrial "ET Phone Home" KITTY Woodson TERRY / Music Video

Kitty Terry

via this auction

"This Jupiter 8 is in mint condition and serviced by certified Roland repair tech....was used in home studio and stored in closet since 1985....In beautiful condition..Serial #141266...We used it on our hit ET Phone Home on YouTube Kitty Terry ...Just time to find someone who will make some records with it...George flipped out!!"

Oberheim OB-8 Synthesizer Factory Midi

via this auction

"Recently serviced and is in full working condition."

Black Corporation Kijimi 2019 Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer RSF PolyKobol Kobol Clone

via this auction

ARP Sequencer Model 1623 ( Reissue )

via this auction

"This is a clone of the original. Where the original ARP 1601 had fader caps the clone has LED faders."


via this auction

"Late '70s Vintage Analogue Single Oscillator Bass Synth. It features 37 full-sized keys, a multi-mode 12 dB/Oct resonant filter, an LFO with sample and hold, and an external audio input you can route through the VCF or VCA sections. Serviced prior to sale."

Waldorf Micro-Q Keyboard w / Case

via this auction

North Coast Synthesis - MSK 009 / 011 / 012


"Behind North Coast Synthesis Ltd. is Matthew Skala, who got into hobby electronics as early as the 1980s. Later he studied later computer science and spent about 15 years in academic research and teaching at universities. In 2017, Matthew abandoned academia and established North Coast Synthesis in Toronto. So, you can expect some thoughtful and creative designs, like the Leap Frog VCF, which provides the steepest filter slope possible: 61 dB/octave – and for quite some time it was the only module North Coast Synthesis offered. Now there are three more modules available, the MSK 009/011/012. While the MSK 009 is another filter, the other two are an ADSR and mixer.

The MSK 009 multi-mode filter and rectifier packs an entire nest of sound-shaping features into compact filter module. It's a two-pole state-variable filter based on a unique integrator design which stores energy in both inductors and capacitors depending on the frequency range. It offers warm sounds with a wide foundation and ever-shifting timbres. This is a somewhat unpredictable filter, it's a lot of bite for the buck, and for the rack space.

The MSK 011 is a nice utility mixer with versatile sound possibilities and a minimalist design featuring just six transistors. The module is suitable for both audio and control voltages, with bonus features like positive and negative offset; simultaneous DC- and AC-coupled outputs; maximum gain a little over unity that extra push. It can also function as a transistor distortion effect, by offsetting the signal until it clips – this also allows for creating some interesting waveforms by mixing and offsetting different input signals – as seen in the video.

The MSK 012 is a traditional ADSR envelope generator module that also covers percussion notes like an AR envelope, organ notes like an ASR -always musical, with lots of.
The video covers only a part of the sonic possibilities but should give a good impression of what you can expet from all three new North Coast Synthesis modules."


In case you missed the Polivoks posted here, and are interested, it has been re-listed.

Thursday, July 30, 2020

E-mu Proteus | The Module EVERYONE wanted!

Espen Kraft

"The E-mu Proteus was the most hyped and eagerly awaited hi-tech music product. of 1989
This is my review of this sound module EVERYONE wanted at the end of the 80s.
High quality&24 Hours Build Time:

Support this channel on Patreon:

The hype surrounding this module was surreal, and it didn't feil to deliver. To get 4 Mb of the best Emulator 3 sounds in a multi timbral box, for about $900 in 1989 was simply a bomb going off. Everyone wanted one and they sold massive.

32 voice polyphony, editable sounds, 192 presets and with an ever expanding line of revisions and enhanced version of the Proteus was hard to resist.

Some of the sounds does seem outdated today and the "original" sounds in the Emulators and Emaxes has the edge, but many of the sounds in the Proteus is highly usable if you use them with other sounds. Some of them still excel in my opinion."

iVCS3 Toccata And Fugue in Dm

James Edward Cosby

"iVCS3 Toccata And Fugue in Dm... 4 iVCS3's running a single Preset from the soon to be released #JEC 2020 Captivity Preset Bank.
The reverb is iVCS3's own FDN Reverb, selected from the "•••" settings menu.
#iVCS3 #JEC #JamesEdwardCosby #Bach #2020Captivity #APESoft #EMS #VCS3 #Synthi #SynthiAKS"

ECCO 3 // Prophet-6, MS2000B: Imaginary Videogame Music


"Just think of it as a sequel to the hardest game in the world, with dolphins!"

Processing Dub Techno Stabs (Ft Yamaha E1010 Delay, Master Room Spring Reverb & Mu-Tron Bi-Phase)

Sound Provider

"After my video about the Sound of the Musitronics MuTron BiPhase Phaser ( [posted here] ) someone ask me a demo with Techno Dub or Reggae Dub Chord Stab so I did this video quickly .

For this one I use the Novation Peak Synthesizer to do the stabs, Switch off the effects of the Synth, then I send the sound directly to my Yamaha E1010 BBD Analog delay then I send the signal to one channel of my MicMix Master Room XL-210 Spring Reverb , finally I send the signal to the Mu-Tron Bi-Phase.


Leonard de Leonard"

EHX Grand Canyon meets Moog DFAM Full Test Analog Drum Synth Delay FX Pedal

Rik Marston Official

#moogdfam #electroharmonixgrandcanyon #analogsynthesizer
"EHX Grand Canyon meets Moog DFAM - Full Test"
Synthesizer Demo by Rik Marston
***Watch in HD!!*** **Turn It UP!** ***No Talking!!!***

The Electro-Harmonix Grand Canyon Delay / Looper
meets the Moog DFAM (Drummer from Another Mother)
This awesome pedal converts MONO Input into Stereo Output :)
The DFAM is the BEST & coolest analog drum synth! I love it!
It's PERFECT for ambient electronic music & more!
The Grand Canyon is my favorite Delay FX pedal for synthesizers!

1983 Crumar Spirit SN 00080

via this auction

"Minus one little scratch thingy is perfect.

Everything works perfect. Needs to have a service just to clean the pots and sliders."

Casio CZ-5000

via this auction

Nord Modular 25-Key G1 with Voice Expansion

via this auction

"Nord Modular keys G1 with rare voice expansion, which makes this thing an absolute synth behemoth."

Desert1 by Baghead

"0-Coast sequenced with Kteck Iosofi M4Live sequencer, sound run thru Instruo Athru wave folder modulated by Moog CP351 LFO then thru MakeNoise Mimeophon.

Sonic Charge microtonic VST passing through a touch of Live's Corpus effect for drums.

Headphones or good subwoofer recommended


NEEMFest 2020 Cancelled


"Hello Friends,

Unfortunately, we must postpone NEEMFest 2020 indefinitely. It was a difficult decision to make (and is even more difficult to communicate) because there was no single overwhelming reason for it. Rather I -- and the rest of the group that you’ve entrusted with planning and arranging it -- felt that there are numerous obstacles standing in the way of a successful and satisfying experience for the community, enough of them to make postponement the wisest plan. A complete list would take a while, but there are three I’ll mention here.

First, a virtual conference requires a huge effort from presenters and performers, and because much of that involves learning and experimentation, it must be done well in advance. Many of us, through no fault of our own, are not very far down that road. Even though we were ready to assist everyone with both documentation and in-person support, we did not feel that NEEMFest would be able to maintain its inclusiveness, the one thing that all of us value the most.

Second, those of us who had done streaming events realized that audience attention is far harder to capture and maintain with a multi-day virtual event. That, and the need to provide technical support, had already led to a decision to reduce the number of performance slots from our normal 40+ to around 16. At that point, we had entered a world where it was not at all clear that the rewards for the performers (or for the technical volunteers) would justify the effort.

The third reason is the most difficult to describe and at the same time the most compelling. The entire community is stressed and distracted now. There is a pandemic raging in the United States and it is going to get worse, even as the rest of the developed world is slowly returning to normal. Some of us face financial insecurity. Those who have children in school, or who work in schools and colleges, are experiencing worrisome risk and real uncertainty about what will happen in just a few weeks (my own city of 30,000 is about to face an influx of tens of thousands of college students who will, of course, maintain social distancing and other safe practices at all times). NEEMFest was scheduled for the week after the public schools reopen -- a peak time for either anxiety or relief, and either way a time when people will be most focused on family and friends. It seemed that our chances of capturing the attention of performers and audience at that point in the calendar were, if anything, substantially worse than they would be at other times.

We concluded that we should, as one of us put it, “do NEEM when we can really do NEEM”. In the meantime, we can all raise our game, and continue working on virtual events in a paced, deliberate way. We’re making all of the technical-support materials we prepared available on the NEEM website (at ]). All of us are available to help people who want to get going. There are any number of good ideas for Zoom presentations and online tours floating around; over the coming weeks, we’ll be putting those forward here in the hope that some educational events and virtual tours might spring up. There is a lot for all of us to work on, and I hope that as many of you as possible will join us.

Speaking now only for myself (and maybe for some of my bandmates), virtual collaboration and performance have been a real godsend for me over the last few months. This is a resilient and adventurous community, and I’m confident that NEEM will come back in the form of a hundred micro-NEEMs before we are all able to meet together in person again -- and that there will be some new things, uniquely possible in cyberspace, that will astonish and delight all of us.

A final, personal word: I am immensely grateful to the volunteer crew of organizers: Rebekkah, Mike, Steve, Ken, Rob S., Jim, and Chris. This has been a rocky road, and I have pitched a few of the rocks. All of us are even more grateful to those of you who have made financial contributions to support NEEM. Fortunately, we have spent very little if any money so far, and your contributions remain to be used exactly as you intended -- to make the next NEEM the most inclusive, fee-free event it can possibly be. All of us are in your debt.

We close with a musical selection:"

We'll Meet Again - Vera Lynn, Drag Queens in Quarantine (DiQ)

Cheddar Gorgeous

"26 drag queens from 5 different countries are asking you to help us raise money for Age UK."

Depeche Mode "See You" Patch Analysis and Tutorial

Digiphex Electronics

Update: video updated to reference A Broken Frame.

Additional Digiphex Electronics posts

Components - Summit Series // Novation


"-CALC- looks at the Novation Components software, and how to get the most out of it with Summit. Components is our powerful sound library and hardware management system that allows you to save and store all of your patches, and provides 1000s of free sounds.

With its multitimbral architecture and 16 voices of polyphony, Summit is like two Peaks in one instrument, enabling two completely independent patches to be split or layered across the keyboard, or switched between on the fly. And, that’s not the end of it: the addition of dual filters, greatly extended front panel controls, audio input and the same premium-quality five-octave keyboard introduced with our SL MkIII MIDI controller, put Summit in a creative league of its own.

--- Discover Summit"

NovationTV Summit Series

20.07.31. practice (idea from "Ryuichi Sakamoto - Solari")

J Gran - 제이그랜

"Synthesizer: Dave Smith Instruments - Prophet Rev2

#ryuichisakamoto #synthesizer #prophet"

CGS202 Serge Resonant Equalizer and Yusynth Fixed Filter Bank Pro

Lower West Side Studio

"A brief comparison of the frequencies controlled by the CGS202 Serge Resonant Equalizer and the Yusynth Fixed Filter bank pro from Lower West Side Studio

CGS202 Resonant Equalizer - https://richsstudioproject.wpcomstagi...

Fixed Filter Bank Pro - https://richsstudioproject.wpcomstagi..."

CGS202 Serge Resonant Equalizer


One of the most sought after modules ever produced the Serge Resonant Equalizer is now available in classic MU format! The CGS202 Serge Resonant Equalizer offers the unique major-seventh band equalization setting itself apart from standard graphic equalizers and opening the door for interesting sonic possibilities.

The CGS202 Serge Resonant Equalizer is available in 1U and 2U widths offering the exact same features in different sizes to suit your modular system’s requirements."

Also available in single width.

Fixed Filter Bank Pro


While most modular systems contain different types of filters many tend to omit the precision sound sculpting tool, the Fixed Filter Bank. The reference standard for Fixed Filter Banks is the 914 module by Moog and while this module is both expensive and difficult to obtain the Yusynth Fixed Filter Bank Pro is an outstanding option based on the same sonic principals.

In addition to all the features of our standard edition Fixed Filter Bank the Fixed Filter Bank Pro offers individual outputs for each frequency in the filter as well as attenuators for each input.

New FREE Sample Pack! DRM-1: Four Ways

Oscillator Sink

"Get the samples here:

The Vermona DRM-1 is a wonderful, all-analogue, 8 voice drum synth with a wonderfully unashamed raw, electronic tone and a startling versatility. In this sample pack I have captured 113 samples, and processed them 4 different ways: raw; a punchy in-the-box plugin chain; processed through a gritty characterful germanium pre-amp on low and then high gain.

The samples cover the standard kick, snare, clap, cymbals and "other" drum sounds, but also takes advantage of the fantastic "multi" voice on the Vermona for metallic plinks, zaps and techno chord stabs. Additionally, as many of the voices allow you to remove the "drummy-ness" from the sounds, there are a range of "tone" samples which showcase the raw synth sounds and are great for melodic and harmonic parts."

Carbon Free Sound Expansion for the Expressive E Touché & Touché SE

Expressive E

"We are happy to announce an update to Lié, the companion software for Touché & Touché SE controllers. As of version 1.5, Lié now comes with a new sound expansion called “Carbon,” a revamped interface, a reworked firmware for Touché, and minor bug fixes. Carbon is also a free add-on for anyone who owns the MPE Collection, the sound collection Expressive E created for everyone who uses controllers with MIDI Polyphonic Expression capabilities.

Carbon sound expansion

From deep pads and gnarly basses to colorful plucks, Carbon is a new, free sound expansion for all Touché, Touché SE, and MPE Collection owners. Carbon will inspire you with 60 new, fresh, and expressive sounds, ranging across several sound categories and suitable for all kinds of genres.

How to get the sounds:

Owners of Touché & Touché SE: the 60 new sounds from the Carbon sound expansion are included as only one part of the Lié 1.5 update. It expands the number of factory sounds to now more than 250.

Owners of MPE Collection need to redownload and install MPE Collection from their customer account to obtain the fully MPE-compatible Carbon sound expansion."

Death by Audio Rooms Reverb: Synth Demo with Novation Circuit and Dreadbox Medusa

Bonedo Synthesizers

Evolution One virtual analog synth in Audio Evolution Mobile 5 for Android

Audio Evolution Mobile

Spotted this one on discchord. That's actually Tim Webb of discchord in the video.

"Audio Evolution Mobile Studio features a virtual analog synthesizer 'Evolution One' based on the very popular Synth One from AudioKit! Featuring morphing oscillators, FM, Sub Osc, Noise, Portamento, 2 LFO's that can be routed to 12 targets, Moog type filtering, effects, ARP, sequencer and more.

Presets are compatible with Synth One and it comes with licensed presets from Electronisounds and Red Sky Lullaby, giving a large number of presets to play with. Because Synth One is very CPU hungry, a lot of optimisations were performed to have it run decently on Android in a DAW environment, but a fast/recent Android device is still recommended. There is also an option to play in a lower quality mode, but when freezing a track or performing mix-down, the high quality setting is always used."

Adding Probability per step in VCV Rack

Omri Cohen

You can find additional resources available from Omri Cohen at

Vintage Tonus ARP 2600 w/ CMS Mods

via this auction

This one was spotted and sent in via M Me.

"Up for sale is an ARP 2600 Synthesizer, early Tonus version, approx. from 1972. Completely serviced - new cases (synth and keyboard), new tolex. With CMS upgrades (audio path / filter upgrade) and extra CMS modules (another VCO plus mixer, another VCF - HighPass / LowPass - that can be used in serial or parallel to the 4012 VCF)."


via this auction

- Adds MIDI IN & THRU connectors
- MIDI LEARN button input for fast and easy active midi channel selection

1973 Moog Minimoog Model D - Early Example, Serviced, Global S&H SN

via this auction

"1973 Moog MiniMoog Model D vintage analog synthesizer. This serviced and studio-ready example, serial number 3055, is in perfect working order. The cabinet exhibits expected war and the overall cosmetic condition is fair. It does, however, work flawlessly and it sounds amazing. Tuned, calibrated, cleaned and thoroughly inspected, this is ready to go."

1982 Roland Jupiter 8 Vintage Analog Synthesizer JP-8 SN 151364

via this auction

"This extremely clean all original example, serial number 151364, was recently clean & serviced, loaded with all factory presets, and is in perfect working order. This is an exquisite synth in pristine cosmetic condition."

Pics of the inside below.

MAM RS3 Resonator stereo filter module (Korg PS series)

via this auction

"The MAM RS3 Resonator is clone of the resonator filter of the vintage seventies Korg PS 3100 and PS 3300 synthesizers. A threefold resonant filter section that can be set up in stereo, with radical and inspiring swooshy results. A simple keyboard becomes a cool fullblown pad machine (Jean Michel Jarre!). Sometimes resembing a very sophisticated phaser but different still. Supposedly Vactrol based. 100% analoog so no midi, USB or anything fancy as that... Just mono in and stereo out.

There is a modulation bus (jack in) at the back that I have never used - no reason why it shouldn't work"

Roland Boutique TB-03 Bass Line

via this auction

Note this is a charity listing for The Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights.

"Roland Boutique TB-03 Bass Line MIDI USB Synthesizer Step Sequencer . Condition is Used. Manual and original boutique DK-01 included."

Yamaha CS01 Analog Synthesizer SN 23299


via this auction

"Yamaha CS01 analog synthesizer. One owner since 1985. Analogue synth. See Video. Condition is Used.

Yamaha CS01 analog monophonic synthesizer. I have owned this synth since 1985.
Battery operated, built in speaker. 32 mini keys. Portable/wearable synth.
One VCO, one LFO, one VCF, one ADSR. VCO has very nice PWM. LFO can modulate VCO or VCF.
Very good condition."

Korg M50-61 [Yellow] Music Workstation Synthesizer

via this auction, also on Reverb

"The Korg M50, released in 2008, is a fantastic member of the 3rd generation synthesizer workstation from Korg, following the success of the M1 and the Triton series. The 61-key M50 shares many features with the fantastic M3 (released one year prior), such as the “Enhanced Definition Synthesis” chip (based on the excellent HD-1 chip from the OASYS). The M50 features 80-voice polyphony, a 16-track sequencer, and a huge range of effects. The touch screen and graphical interface makes it easy to edit sounds and sequence.

This Synthesizer are in Excellent condition, cosmetically beautiful without significant signs of use , Including a few minor scratches and other stains which are not noticeable (please see photos). It has been tested by our professional technician and is working perfectly."

Baséput Modular Demos / Tutorials

Playlist as of this post:

How I use My Morphagene (Part 1)
How I use My Morphagene with an Acoustic Instrument - Sape (Part 2)
How I use My Morphagene, an Ambient Composition with Rossum Panharmonium & Assimil8or (Part 3)
How I use my Rossum Panharmonium (Part 1) | Mix, Voices, Blur, Feedback, and Glide Knobs
How I use my Rossum Panharmonium (Part 2) | Freq & Octave Knobs, Crossfading Waveforms, and Spectra
How I Use My Tendrils Cable | Eurorack Modular Synthesizer | 2 Layers of Patching, other Techniques
How I use My Rossum Electro-Music Assimil8or (Part 1) | Changing Presets, Pitch, Level, and Samples
How I use My Rossum Electro-Music Assimil8or with an Acoustic Instrument - Sape (Part 2) | Zones
How I use My Rossum Electro-Music Assimil8or (Part 3) | Phase Modulation, Bit Depth, and Aliasing
How I Use my Rossum Electro-Music Assimil8or (Part 4) | Simulating a Tape/Reel to Reel
How I Use my Rossum Electro-Music Assimil8or (Part 5) | SOS - Sound O Sound with Sape
How I Use my Frap Tools USTA (Part 1) Eurorack Modular Synthesizer | General Information

MAKEN0ISE Office Hours: Patch with us LIVE on Thursday, July 30th at 1pm EST


"Tune in for another installment of Office Hours-- our experimental live-stream where we bring the synths and you tell us what to patch in the chat!"

Jolymod4 + JUPITER 4

Arthur Joly


ARP2600, korg MS10 + Korg MS20

Arthur Joly




"please support the channel:

more music for my survival horror game music project

featuring (in order of appearance):
bass - roland se-02 thru rubberneck
arp - elta pm-02 thru strymon dig
pad - dave smith instruments mopho x4 thru boss re-20

sequencing/tracking - synthstrom audible deluge
mixing - behringer x32 rack

Ambient Soundscapes with Waldorf Iridium

Martin Stürtzer

"All sounds of this track are from the Waldorf Iridium. I used four looper devices in Ableton to arrange the track. Reverb by Valhalla DSP. Recorded directly to stereo."

Arturia MicroFreak Sound Set "Effectual" by Synthient Sound [preset play through]

Synthient Sound

"Available now! To purchase this sound set, go to:

The Effectual presets are demonstrated dry and then again with one or more of the plugins you see on the left. The virtual blue power will light up when an effect is being used. Tal Chorus and Valhalla SpaceModulator are free plugins and sound amazing with the MicroFreak."

Neoclassical soundtracks with Spitfire Audio | Native Instruments

Native Instruments

"With this in-depth walkthrough Homay Schmitz takes us through Spitfire Audio's scoring tools and how you can use them to craft your soundtrack.

Save big on supernatural soundscapes and award-winning composer tools for a limited time:"

NUCLEUS Thursday Jam

Johan Bilén

See the Johan Bilén label below for more.



"(c) 2020 by AnalogAudio1

The internal factory demo songs (1993) of the Yamaha VL1 "Virtual Acoustic Synthesizer".

The Yamaha VL1 was a groundbreaking, pioneering synthesizer with its "virtual acoustic" synthesis in 1993. But it was not a big success, so Yamaha went on with sampling technology for the most part. But still, the Yamaha VL1 and VP1 have their place in history.

Recorded directly from the Yamaha VL1's outputs without any additional effects or eq treatment. Enjoy! Music by YAMAHA Corporation.

Few years ago I demoed the Yamaha VL1, see: [here]

My dream would be to own a Yamaha VP1, but I'm afraid this won't be possible..."

A look inside the Modified Nes Controller To Make Modular Synths Talk To A Nintendo NES


"This is a little extra talk about the controller built in this video :"



03-The Dreadbox Typhon: Oscillators Part Two


"Here is part two of a two-part demonstration of the sound and functionality of the oscillator structure of the Dreadbox Typhon.

The theme for this demonstration was recorded by multitracking the Dreadbox Typhon over drum patterns fashioned from GarageBand loops."

AutomaticGainsay Dreadbox Typhon posts

Patch Notes: Scott Campbell


"Scott Campbell is a synthesist, sound designer and engineer based in New Orleans, LA. He runs boutique company Onde Magnétique, whose OM-1 cassette synthesizer uses tape to create pitched soundscapes, and creates ambient music using a number of setups that he often presents on Instagram and YouTube.

In this episode of Patch Notes, Campbell records an improvised ambient piece incorporating samples from a Roland MC-707, looping and granular synthesis on the ER-301 Sound Computer, euclidean rhythms from a Dnipro DOT pattern generator, with live audio processing through a modified Marantz PMD430 three-head cassette deck."

Calsynth case with a bear logo.

You can find previous posts featuring Scott Campbell here.

The S-CAT Time-Freek Digital Delay.

Space Cat Audio Technologies

"We have included Midi In/Thru, Din Sync out x2, clock pulse out and tap tempo."

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Alpha Base Noisy Techno


"I tried out a Jomox Alpha Base. It sounds great, of course the Jomox kick is amazing, it has the weird and interesting mBrane which i ran through the DBA Ghost Delay. It has an FM synth with a 4x4 matrix for dialing in modulation, but I wish it had more envelope control over modulation amount. The rest of the sounds are samples going through analog filters, you can pitch them a ton, its pretty fun to pitch tiny rides down into deep gongs and short snappy claps into giant noise bursts.

I used Patterning 2 to sequence the Alpha Base and all the sounds are going out on separate channels and mixed in the BX-8 with the preamps overdriven."

ARP 2600P V2.0 Synthesizer w/3604 Keyboard

via this auction

"2600P V2.0 and 3604 keyboard with matching serial numbers, which is rarity. The synth is in great condition, no missing slider caps and very few physical blemishes. As usual, the tolex is pealing in a few areas as you can see in the pictures... It went through a full service in late 2017 by LA Synth Company"

Sequential PRO 3 Industrial EBM BASS Analog VCO Hybrid Synthesizer

Rik Marston Official

#sequentialpro3 #sequentialsynthesizer #analogsynthesizer
Sequential Pro 3 "Industrial EBM BASS"
Synthesizer Demo by Rik Marston
***Watch in HD!!*** **Turn It UP!** ***No Talking!!!***

The Sequential PRO 3 demoing some Industrial & EBM BASS!
I am a huge fan of Industrial & EBM so this synth hits the spot! :)
Watch your timing & velocity! Just saying.... I'm not perfect! LOL
The PRO 3 is very well built, high quality knobs, everything sounds incredible.
Fantastic POWER! Both Analog OSC's & Digital OSC are AWESOME!
**Just wait & see what is coming to join this massive beast!**

DSI Pro 2 - Audio / Video experiment one

Daniel Davis

Arturia Microbrute, What's Really Going On.


"This video has a close look at the Microbrute oscillator examining the powerful combinations this synth offers.

In my first video about the Microbrute I had an issue where the mixer was distorting the waveform, which gave me false results. In this one I've corrected that issue and gone deeper into sound generation."

Moog Grandmother 32-Key Semi-Modular Analog Synthesizer

via this auction

Note this is part of the listings previously posted here. Be sure to see the other items as well.

Yamaha Rm1x - multitimbral synth and sequencer

via this auction

Note this is part of the listings previously posted here. Be sure to see the other items as well.

yamaha rm1x session - lockstep 14th file mix


"another rm1x live session, using midi delay to shuffle the snare drums. Microsampler serves the drums samples."


via this auction

" This rare keyboard is in AMAZING clean condition inside and out. My tech of 34 years was shocked to see how well the synth looked inside as well as the cosmetic condition as we have together seen a LOT in the past 3 1/2 decades.
After sitting in storage for the past 10 years we went thru the entire unit top to bottom cleaning everything and solving the following problems:

He replaced several shorted power supply bypass capacitors, a couple of resistors in the power supply that were damaged as a result, and he replaced a comparator IC in the analog to digital (A/D) converter circuit and cleaned all of the controls as well. He then programmed in a few simple example patches and checked all the functions. Low serial# so we think from 1979.
The result is a fine vintage keyboard with
a VERY clean bill of health. Sounds and works FANTASTIC!

BONUS!!!! Now pictured is 2 Volume & Control pedals which will be included in this listing!! Comes also with a new power cord."

Mutable Instruments Ambika

via this auction

"The ambika has a specific character not found in other synths, very futuristic and unique when modulated, feels clear and forward. Plays very well with reverbs like OTO Bam or Quadraverb. This one in particular has SMR-4 filterboards installed in all six slots. These filters are based on the Roland Juno architecture, though unique to Ambika, they can be overdriven using the 'fuzz' parameter to warm the voices up and add a nice, sublte distortion. Can be played as a six-voice poly, a multitimbral monosynth of six parts, or any combo in between using a main out or six individual outs. Comes with the latest YAM OS and power supply."

Sequential Adds User Wavetable Import for the Pro 3 Multi-Filter Mono/Paraphonic Synth

via Sequential

Sequential Adds User Wavetable Import to Pro 3 Multi-filter Mono Synth

San Francisco, CA—July 29, 2020—Sequential today announced a significant enhancement to their acclaimed
Pro 3 multi-filter mono synth — support for user-created wavetables. A hybrid instrument, the Pro 3 features two VCOs plus a third, digital oscillator with 32 permanent factory wavetables.

Sequential’s web-based utility Wavetable Generator allows users to convert up to 16 single-cycle waves into a Pro 3 compatible wavetable and load it into to any of the 32 user wavetable slots on the synth. This significantly expands the sound palette of the instrument. Custom wavetables are generated as SysEx files that can be archived and shared with other Pro 3 owners. To use the feature, users will need to upgrade to version 1.1 of the Pro 3 operating system, available on the Support page of Sequential’s website. Both the Wavetable Generator utility and OS upgrade are provided free of charge to Pro 3 owners.

“How do you make an awesome-sounding hybrid synth even better? By letting users import their own wavetables,” said Sequential founder Dave Smith: “It opens up a lot of new sonic territory for the Pro 3. We hope users get crazy with it.” Sequential chose to provide the utility as a web app for easy access and broad support. Added Smith: “We wanted to make getting custom waves into the Pro 3 as simple as possible. Ease of use is always a big priority on our synths.”

A hybrid instrument, the Pro 3 features three classic analog filters (Prophet-6, OB-6, and ladder) and three oscillators (two VCOs and one wavetable oscillator) along with a powerful new 16-track sequencer, and the ability to connect with modular synths through its four control voltage ins/outs. The feature set is rounded out with a multimode arpeggiator, three LFOs, four loopable ADSR+delay envelopes, dual digital effects (delays, reverbs, and various time-based effects), tuned feedback, analog distortion, and extensive modulation possibilities. The synth is also capable of 3-voice paraphonic operation.

The full-featured sequencer provides 16-track sequences of up to 64 steps, with ratcheting, variable gate and sequence lengths, multiple playback modes, and paraphonic operation. It also syncs to MIDI clock and external audio input, and inputs/outputs control voltages. In addition to notes, sequence tracks can control any parameter in the 32-slot, 171-destination modulation matrix.

Sequential is offering two versions of the Pro 3, the standard edition, and the Pro 3 SE, a special edition that puts the same synthesis power into a collector-worthy design with a tilt-up control panel and premium-grade walnut trim.

The Pro 3 standard edition has a US MAP of $1,599.

The Pro 3 SE has a US MAP of $2,099.

Sequential’s Wave Generator utility can be found at:

Inputs and Multiple Outputs - Summit Series // Novation


"-CALC- looks at how you can use the multiple outputs on our flagship polysynth, Summit, to manage sounds and your sound design. The video also takes a good look at how you can use the audio inputs to feed any external audio signals through Summit's synth engine and onto the FX.

With its multitimbral architecture and 16 voices of polyphony, Summit is like two Peaks in one instrument, enabling two completely independent patches to be split or layered across the keyboard, or switched between on the fly. And, that’s not the end of it: the addition of dual filters, greatly extended front panel controls, audio input and the same premium-quality five-octave keyboard introduced with our SL MkIII MIDI controller, put Summit in a creative league of its own.

--- Discover Summit"

NovationTV Summit Series

Polyend Tracker Sessions #2: "MLT - Cantaloupe" (feat. Medusa and Virus TI Snow)

Miltos Schimatariotis

Here is my next little song made for my Polyend Tracker series. This time, except for the constant presence of the Medusa, the Tracker is also accompanied by the Virus TI and some live keyboard playing with a sound from the Atom library by Audio Modern. In this track, I had a good chance to test the Tracker as a MIDI sequencer too, including both notes and CC messages, and the whole process is pretty straight forward. I have also upgraded the Trackers firmware to 1.1 which now features a reverb along with the delay. So there are more possibilities now for atmospheric tracks and better production overall.
After a few more Tracker Sessions I 'll probably start to also upload some walkthroughs (or tips&tricks etc). Let me know if you would be interested in something like that or if you have any other ideas. The Medusa sound design series will continue too but the song videos help me in that department because they give me ideas for new, "real world" patches.

It took a while to upload a new video but I recently did a small upgrade in video gear too. I 've got a very nice Olympus Em-10 MK3 and some lights, so I made sure to take a lot of shots in this video to get the hang of them 😄. Hopefully, there will be a noticeable upgrade in picture quality in my next videos too, so stay tuned!

Thanks for watching and feel free to leave your comments or questions!

My Polyend Tracker songs are also available in Bandcamp:"

Syntrx - First Industrial Noises

Wein Glas

"The shortest 'Unboxing' you have ever seen (I promise) and then I leave my gloves on and start to make first industrial noises with the brand new and rare Erica Synths Syntrx (no „on the run“, I promise)."

MAKEN0ISE One Function to Guide them All


"Sometimes it’s fun to take advantage of all the many control voltage sources in a modular synth and run them all over the place, controlling all kinds of things. But, as an experiment, what if we take just one control voltage source, and patch it to as many parameters as we possibly can?"

Sequential Prophet VS Vector Synthesizer (1986) Playing with the Random Sound Generator

RetroSound (c)2007-20 by RetroSound supported by UVI:

Sequential Prophet VS Vector Synthesizer from the year 1986 I use here the Random Sound Generator for making some Crime/ Horror soundscapes.

Digital waveforms + analog VCF and VCA
- 8 Voices
- 4 Oscillators per voice
- 96 preset waveforms + 32 user waveforms
- analog 24 dB/oct lowpass Curtis CEM3389 VCF
- analog VCA CEM 3360
- Arpeggiator

used by Whitesnake, France Gall, Icehouse, Fancy, John Carpenter, Dieter Bohlen....

RetroSound synthesizer demo videos since january 2007.
All is for free. If you like my work, so can you support me with a donation or a purchase of my music albums. Thank you!

iConnectivity Introduces mioXC - Worlds First USB C MIDI Interface

via iConnectivity

"We're proud to bring you our latest MIDI interface, the mioXC. mioXC is the world's first USB Type-C MIDI interface.

We designed mioXC around the latest connectivity standards demanded by modern musicians; all in a pocket-sized, super affordable package.

A Pocket Powerhouse
Tiny in size and price, yet big on connectivity, mioXC is a pocket-sized powerhouse!

mioXC is a fuss-free and simple 1 in 1 out, 16 channel USB-MIDI interface you can use to connect your MIDI compatible gear.

Whether you have a controller keyboard, synthesizer, drum machine or whatever; mioXC lets you connect them to your Mac, PC, iOS, or Android computing device.

What Makes mioXC Unique?

Even the most basic tasks need to be done right; it’s surprising how many of our competitors interfaces get it wrong. We engineered mioXC, from the ground up to, to be the interface we’d want to use ourselves.

Modern USB Connectivity - Equipped with both USB Type-C and USB Type-A connectivity, mioXC lets you enjoy easy connectivity with most modern computing devices.

Driver Compatibility - Interfaces that use their own drivers have to be updated all the time, or they stop working properly. Likewise some designs were USB Class-Compliant years ago, but today they aren't anymore. We engineer our drivers to today's strict guidelines, and keep them updated, to ensure compatibility for years to come.

MIDI Management - Our interfaces deliver MIDI reliably no matter what. When the MIDI data-stream gets heavy, our interfaces plough on where other interfaces choke.

Rock-Solid Electrical Design - Some MIDI interfaces introduce noise, or worse, crash your system. You’ll never get that from an iConnectivity interface.

Performance Optimized - A MIDI interface that works too slowly is useless. mioXC uses a powerful 32-bit ARM Cortex processor, ensuring dense MIDI and SysEx streams are managed with ease.

The iConnectivity Advantage: iConnectivity’s name on your interface means we took the time to do it right, whether it's our simple 1 x 1 models to our uniquely sophisticated high-end interfaces."

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