MATRIXSYNTH: Saturday, April 11, 2020

Saturday, April 11, 2020

'My, I'll Bet You Monsters Lead Such Interesting Lives' Quarantine Remix - Ngarjuna


Published on Apr 11, 2020 ngarjuna

"A remix of one of my most frequently clicked tracks"

Yamaha TG33 w/ Original Box & Manual


via this auction

"The TG33 sound module is a slightly enhanced key-less version of the SY22. It is a digital synthesizer that employs frequency modulation (FM) synthesis combined with low-fi (12-bit) AWM ROM samples. However, this machine is not low quality (especially for the electronica-oriented musician). Its preset sounds are a bit thin, however using the joystick controller you can manipulate and combine the 12-bit samples with the any of the 256 FM vector voices. This gives it a range of tone and sound that is as dynamic and mysterious as other vector synths such as the Korg Wavestation and ProphetVS.

Also available is a drum kit, effects, 16-part multitimbrality for layering sounds and 32 note polyphony! Definitely a powerful little beast that can create pretty nice sounds with lots of motion and character. With its wide range of sonic possibility, the TG33 has what it takes to create unique sounds that will keep you and you're music sounding a little different from the rest!"

YAMAHA TG33 (1990) OUTTAKES


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Nacho Marty Meyer

Yamaha TG33 on eBay | on Reverb | on Amazon

"After almost ten years I found all these recordings that I did not include in the Yamaha TG33 demo made in 2011: [posted here]

All the sounds were made using only the Yamaha TG33 Tone Generator digital synthesizer, oh yeah! awesome "Dynamic Vector Synthesis" you can combine four voices of AWM ROM 12-bit samples and FM synthesis (2 Digital FM operators) processed with Reverb and Delay fully programmable, no external effects or processes were used, I sold this particular machine in 2016 I think and I always missed him, look at this shit, it looks like a video game console also"

Easter Reese’s ;)


Published on Apr 11, 2020 DubAssembly

"new Modular Bass from the Wall.

...Easter Reese’s ;)

#BassMusic #modularBass #eurorackmodular #eurorack #analogsynths #tiptopaudioofficial #wmdevices #radikaltechnologies #qubitelectronix #noiseeng
#befacosynth #pghmodular #matrixsynth"

atari buchla


Published on Apr 11, 2020 zack dagoba

"controlling my buchla 200 from an atari running notator. thanks for watching!"

REV2 Degrader™ for the Prophet REV2 Polyphonic Synthesizer


Published on Mar 2, 2020 John Keston

Follow-up to this demo (previous posts).

"REV2 Degrader™ (R2DG for short) is a morphing patch editor for the Sequential Prophet REV2 polyphonic analog synthesizer. The application is designed to algorithmically morph parameters on the instrument in realtime. Keep playing or record the results as up to one-hundred-twenty-one parameters on the REV2 are changing all at once!

Use R2DG to create anything from chaotic rapidly changing textures to slow evolving drones. REV2 Degrader breathes new life into the Prophet REV2 allowing you to explore vast unique soundscapes illustrating how powerful and diverse the possibilities of the REV2 really are. This tool is designed to help you uncover new territory hidden within the sonic depths of your instrument. Although R2DG was specifically built to work with the Sequential Prophet REV2, the software is independently designed and developed by John C.S. Keston of AudioCookbook.org and unaffiliated with Sequential.com. For more info please visit:

https://audiocookbook.org/rev2-patch-..."

HYDRAMORPH Morphing Editor for the ASM Hydrasynth


Published on Apr 11, 2020 John Keston

"HYDRAMORPH is a generative sound design tool for the Ashun Sound Machines Hydrasynth polyphonic analog synthesizer. The application is designed to algorithmically morph parameters on the instrument in realtime. Keep playing or record the results as up to 366 (so far) parameters are manipulated! Use HYDRAMORPH to create anything from chaotic, rapidly-changing textures to slow, evolving drones. HYDRAMORPH will help you navigate the expansive sound design possibilities of the Hyrdasynth through realtime morphing of customized parameter sets. This allows you to explore endless, unique soundscapes, illustrating how unique and powerful the Hydrasynth is. This tool is designed to help you uncover new territory hidden within the sonic depths of your instrument. Although HYDRAMORPH was specifically built to work with the Hydrasynth, the software is independently designed and developed by John C.S. Keston of AudioCookbook.org and unaffiliated with Ashun Sound Machines (ASM).

https://audiocookbook.org/hydramorph"

How to Create the Coffin Dance Music


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Vinheteiro

"How to create Coffin Dance at home during quarantine?"

This one was spotted and sent in via Soviet Space Child.

And how to make the sound with Serum:

Coffin Meme - Learn How to Make the Coffin Meme Timbre

Published on Apr 6, 2020 Lord Music Academy In English

"Learn How to Make the Coffin Meme Timbre on Serum synthesizer! Lord Vinhateiro will teach you."

Korg mini Kaossilator KO2 and Kaoss Pad KP2 - House (Live Jam)


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Phone Records

"Live House Jam with the Korg mini Kaossilator KO2 and Kaoss Pad KP2 effects"

Waldorf Q+ Ruby Red w/ OLED Display


via this auction

"Very good condition, a few spots of paint missing and left side end cap is dented in the back, with all Waldorf synths of this era the encoders could use a cleaning (especially cutoff)... sounds massive with the analog filters, has 100 voices over the standard Q’s as well."

WALDORF QUANTUM // A Single Note Drone


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Genshi Media Group

"This is just a simple experiment of a slowly evolving single-note drone using three different Wavetables and a bit of modulation."

SUPERBOOTH20 Home Edition


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Superbooth Official

You'll be able to find SUPERBOOTH20 vids as they go up here on MATRIXSYNTH via the SUPERBOOTH20 label (also linked top left in red).

"The year 2020 without Superbooth in Berlin? There are many topics that are certainly more important right now. Nevertheless, we don't want to let the Superbooth days pass by. We invite everyone who wants to be there under our (virtual) roof - on April 23rd, for the Superbooth20 Home Edition.

Many of the artists who would have performed at SUPERBOOTH20 play exclusive short concerts and provide insights into their studios. HerrSchneider invites guests to his digital table and some exhibitors show – in self-made videos – what they would otherwise have presented in Berlin. Furthermore, our media partners will tell you about the specials they are planning. After all, there will be many new developments announced from the most diverse areas, which we are all very excited about.

With Superbooth20 Home Edition it is important for us to show that this unique community stands together and presents itself together even in difficult times. Without the help of many exhibitors and partners, this would not have been possible - we would like to thank you once again for your great support."

Electromotive - The Story of ARP Instruments


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Alex Ball

"Electromotive: The Story of ARP Instruments

Electromotive is the definitive documentary charting the rise and demise of one of the world’s most influential and pioneering synth companies. It dives deep into the world of ARP and their instruments, with fascinating insights from those involved, copious amounts of previously undocumented information, and then debunks many myths. A triumph, a true labour of love and essential viewing for any synth nerd.

Chris Macleod / GForce Software

//

This was a project that started in the spring of 2019 when I was loaned an ARP 2600. I knew little of the ARP story at the time, but having an amazing instrument to play with piqued my interest. Aware that Alan R Pearlman had passed only a couple of months earlier, I started looking into the articles and history and speaking to a couple of people about it on email. The way things unfolded from there is an entire story unto itself that I’ll probably tell in another video, but suffice to say I was staggered by the generosity, passion and kindness of countless people whose help meant that we were able to feature an amazing array of original instruments and interview many of the original people who were there (on and off camera).

Every single person who contributed to this film did it gratis so that you can enjoy this story free and without even having to sit through a single advert. Isn't that amazing?!

Dina Pearlman has been absolutely crucial to this project and has been industrious in opening doors for me this past year, to the point that we’ve joked she’s the patch chords between the modules. 

Please take a moment to check out the foundation and at the very least, give them a like, subscribe and comment of support.

The Alan R Pearlman Foundation

https://alanrpearlmanfoundation.org/"

Roland JD-990 "Vintage Soul" 64 Presets by Chronos


Published on Apr 11, 2020 LFOstore

"#roland #jd990 #patches
The legendary Roland JD-990 synthesizer is back with its 27th birthday!

Buy soundset: https://sellfy.com/p/bsr4kq/

Back to 1993 JD was one of the most powerful digital modules with its flexible engine &
beautiful sound combined with great set of effects & drums.

Why its so cool?

Cause besides pianos, bells, cowbells & cheesy accordions presets - its capable to create great analog sounds, deepest ambient textures, great moving sequences.

Its like a hardware “Omnisphere” synth with huge effort.

So – what was our first desire when we get our black box?

To create our own soundset for the legend with modern approach ofcourse!

By Nick Klimenko aka Chronos, a creator of "Organica" for Waldorf Blofeld & "WS Universe" for Korg Wavestation.

"Vintage Soul Soundset" contains 64 modern & classic patches:
* Deepest ambient pads, space drones & tonal soundscapes
* Vintage analog-like basses & leads & strings
* Beautiful bells, plucks & rhytmic structures
* Classic re-creations: CS-80,Jupiter,Juno,Jx series.

Enjoy the sounds and rediscover your JD module with our soundset!

Our video demo shows almost half presets from soundset combined with beautiful nature, so take your time, breathing slowly, take your hands out of rewind button ;-)

p.s. NO EXPANSION NEEDED FOR THIS SET."

Glitch Drums Jamming With Bass Station 2 AFX Mode


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Perplex On

"So much fun with BS2 and its #AFX mode. All sounds are coming directly from the #BassStation2 using its internal sequencer and heavy live tweaking of various parameters. Just added a little ambient drone afterwards using #Mononoke synth on the iPad."

Live music from junklight


Published on Apr 11, 2020 junklight

"Some improvised electronic music

Multistreaming with https://restream.io/?ref=wq3w8"

Sample Chopping Tutorial \\ Little deFormer 3 Sampling Groove Box \\ #TTNM


Published on Apr 11, 2020 THE TUESDAY NIGHT MACHINES

"Creating, editing and playing sample chops is quick and easy on Gotharman's Little deFormer 3 groove box!

♥ SUPPORT: http://bit.ly/ttnm-support

TIMECODES:
0:14 Sampling external audio
1:58 Adding start, end and chop points with the graphical waveform editor
4:53 Adding chops automatically
8:18 Sequencing sample chops via the keyboard
9:26 Deforming sequenced sample chops
11:45 A little jam

Sample chopping is an important basic feature of any sampling groovebox, dating back to the classic Akai MPC, the Korg Electribe boxes and more recent devices like the Elektron Octatrack. Gotharman's Little deFormer 3 offers you three different ways to chop up your audio: manually with a graphical waveform editor, manually in real time and automatically. Chops can then be sequenced like any other sample and even mapped to the keyboard keys for quick and easy jumping between markers.

Visit SPIKE the Percussionist:
http://manipulate.net/

Gotharman's Litte deFormer 3 Manual:
http://gotharman.dk/LD3_manual.htm"

http://gotharman.dk

Midibox Seq4 + EML-101 + SCI Prophet 5 + Arp 2600 + Roland TR-707 Analog Lockdown hardware electro


Published on Apr 10, 2020 wotatwaat

"Midibox Seq4 driving the EML-101, Arp 2600, Prophet 5, MB-808 and TR-707. A bit of eurorack thrown in for some effects. Still trying to scrape the surface of the Seq4! Roland TR-707 has some mods, 8 banks of sounds and cv pitch control for each sound. 'This is not a holiday!'"

Moog Subsequent 25 - Elektron Digitakt - Tech21 Fly Rig - Mazinger Z - Synthwave


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Mauricio Maisterrena

"Moog Subsequent 25 - Elektron Digitakt - Tech21 Fly Rig (Delay Effect) - Mazinger Z - Synthwave. Recorden in Ableton Live through Overbrige"

Korg Mono/Poly SN 370738 w/ Case


via this auction

Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 Rev 3 SN 1505


via this auction

Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 Rev 3.2 - Sounds & Presets | Synth HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Andy Whitmore

"Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 Rev 3.2 - Sounds & Presets | Synth HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL

Video demo of the Sequential Circuits Prophet-5, a classic analog polyphonic synthesizer.

Today we show some of the famous sound of the Prophet 5. Demo of our Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 Rev 3.2 Polyphonic Synthesizer In a lot of ways this needs no introduction. One of the most iconic poly synths ever made, and the first synth to offer true programmability with polyphonic architecture.

The Prophet 5 offers your basic amenities in a poly synth with 5 voices each with 2 VCO's, a low pass VCF, a VCA, two EG's, one LFO with multiple wave shapes available, with POLY MOD as the icing on the cake. This lets you make FM type sounds and is part of what makes the prophet 5 unique.

All music improvised for this demo is either live or running at 120bpm. The music is copyright free. My credit would be appreciated if used on your track!

Andy Whitmore started life as a top session keyboard player playing on over 50 hit records before turning his hand to music production. He went on to produce 14 top ten hits. He is a pro when it comes to synthesizers, and here explores the Prophet 5 as part of a brand new series.
One of the most iconic synthesizers ever, Andy’s experience with this classic dates back to the mid-‘90s, and he discusses the basics in his exploration of what makes the Prophet so great.

Subscribe, like, and comment and I'll get back to you if you have any questions.

Filmed at https://www.greystokestudio.com in West London using an Apple iPhone 11 Max 512gb"

OBERHEIM XPANDER - Sounds & Presets | Synth HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Andy Whitmore

Not sure why he compares it to the DX7 at the start, or why he calls it additive synthesis? You can enable the individual waveforms for each oscillator but that's not really additive synthesis. The Xpander and Matrix-12 are subtractive analog synths. On an additive synth like the Kawai K5 and K5000 series you typically add harmonics to make sounds.

"Oberheim Xpander analog synth demo, featuring various sounds & presets.

The Oberheim Xpander is a polyphonic analog synthesizer manufactured from 1984-1988, and is essentially a 6-voice desktop version of the Matrix-12. The Oberheim Xpander features 2 oscilllators per voice, linear FM, 5 LFOs, 15-mode filter, lag processor, 3 tracking generators, a ramp processor, 5 ADSR envelopes, CV/Gate to MIDI converter and more.

The Oberheim Xpander also features an extensive modulation matrix that allows for multiple sources and destinations to be routed accordingly. In addition, each of the six voices are completely independent, and can be configured to create a different timbre for each. There are also 6 separate audio outputs for the 6 voices. The Oberheim Xpander is a flexible, powerful and versatile analog synth with extensive digital control, allowing for the creation of all types of sounds - pads, textures, drones, leads, basses and a variety of experimental tones. It can store up to 100 patches and is considered one of the most flexible early analogs in terms of signal routing and modulation capabilities (outside of modular). The Oberheim Xpander (and Matrix-12) are not found for sale very often and often command high prices on the second hand market. They are a testament to Oberheim's desire to push the envelope forward in terms of features and flexibility within the realm of analog synthesis.

All music improvised for this demo is either live or running at 120bpm. The music is copyright free. My credit would be appreciated if used on your track!

Andy Whitmore started life as a top session keyboard player playing on over 50 hit records before turning his hand to music production. He went on to produce 14 top ten hits. He is a pro when it comes to synthesizers, and here explores the Xpander as part of a brand new series.
An iconic synthesizer, Andy’s experience with this classic dates back to the mid-‘90s, and he discusses the basics in his exploration of what makes the Xpander so great.

Filmed at https://www.greystokestudio.com in West London using an Apple iPhone 11 Max 512gb"

Roland Jupiter-4 Vintage 1979 Sounds & Presets | HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Andy Whitmore

"This video demonstrates the sound and features of the Roland Jupiter-4 analog synthesizer. Enjoy!

The Roland Jupiter-4 is a very strong, agressive, massive, but also sweet sounding synth. The sound is really incredible for only one VCO with one Sub-VCO. In this this Demo you will listen to this wide range of sounds.

The Roland JP-4 came out 1978, mine is from Nov. 1979 with the later filter board.

The great features of the JP-4 are:
- extremely fast envelopes
- ultra fast LFO and also slow LFO to get FM sounds and very slow filter sweeps as well
- fantastic sounding filter with ultra fat and sweet self resonance
- stereo chorus, not so strong like in the Juno 6/60, but very musical
- nice arpeggiator with triggering by a sequencer or drum machine
- random S/H filter modulation
- fantastic versatile bender board
- you can trim the 4 voices and slightly detune them on the back of the unit to achieve a really fat sound
- polyphonic portamento

Filmed at https://www.greystokestudio.com in West London using an Apple iPhone 11 Max 512gb"

Check out a tour of his synth collection back in 2009 here, and 2008 here.

ARP ODYSSEY MKIII Analog Synthesizer Vintage 1972 Sounds | HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Andy Whitmore

Update: note the video does feature the later model, so there are no 1972 sounds in this video. See the comments in this post for some additional info.

"The ARP Odyssey is a classic monophonic / duophonic synthesizer. It came out 1972 and was the competitor of the Minimoog. It can be seen as a cutdown version of the ARP 2600 - although some features where added - the highpass filter and the oscillator synchronisation for example.
It has the best sync-lead-sounds I ever heard from a synthesizer! The Odyssey is a real classic - and it sounds classic!

The ARP has a lot of features, so it is very flexible: 2 oscillators (VCO 2 can be used as a second LFO), VCO synchronisation, 2 filters (resonant lowpass & non-resonant highpass), ring modulator, sample & hold, noise generator (white & pink noise), 1 LFO, 2 envelopes (ADSR and AR).

There were three versions of the Odyssey. In my video you see an ARP Odyssey MK III, which has the CV/gate jacks - and an external signal input.

The ARP Odyssey was used by many prominent musicians: Klaus Schulze, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, Herbie Hancock, Gary Numan, Pink Floyd, ABBA, Chick Corea, Tony Banks (Genesis), the Carpenters...

Andy Whitmore started life as a top session keyboard player playing on over 50 hit records before turning his hand to music production. He went on to produce 14 top ten hits. He is a pro when it comes to synthesizers, and here explores the ARP Odyssey as part of a brand new series.
One of the most iconic synthesizers ever, Andy’s experience with this Arp classic dates back to the mid-‘90s, and he discusses the basics in his exploration of what makes the ARP Odyssey so great.

Filmed at https://www.greystokestudio.com in West London using an Apple iPhone 11 Max 512gb"

Check out a tour of his synth collection back in 2009 here, and 2008 here.

Moog Minimoog Model D Vintage Analog Synthesizer (1978) - no reissue - | Synth HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Andy Whitmore

2016 re-issue demo below.

"Moog Minimoog Analog Synthesizer (1978)

The demo video shows some famous sound patches from the original Minimoog used by Keith Emerson, Rick Wakeman and other guys.

The Minimoog Model D. This is the synth that started it all; it brought synthesis out of the laboratory and onto the stage, giving performing musicians access to the iconic synths sounds we know and love today. You’ve undoubtedly heard this classic three-oscillator monophonic synth, although you may not be aware of it.

Andy Whitmore started life as a top session keyboard player playing on over 50 hit records before turning his hand to music production. He went on to produce 14 top ten hits. He is a pro when it comes to synthesizers, and here explores the Minimoog as part of a brand new series.
One of the most iconic synthesizers ever, Andy’s experience with this Moog classic dates back to the mid-‘90s, and he discusses the basics in his exploration of what makes the Minimoog so great.

Filmed at https://www.greystokestudio.com in West London using an Apple iPhone 11 Max 512gb"

Check out a tour of his synth collection back in 2009 here, and 2008 here.

Minimoog Model D Reissue – 2016 - Sounds | Synth HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL

Published on Apr 11, 2020 Andy Whitmore

"Everyone says it, but it's true. This is the finest synthesizer ever built. As the LFO Rate knob by the pitch/mod wheels hints, this is the 2016 reissue Model D. The mother of all synths really doesn't need any introduction. You already know the sound so I didn't get too crazy with this video. By no means is this a complex synth, but like a Fender Precision bass, it does what it does extremely well. It simply has a thickness and warmth that few others can touch. R.I.P. Dr. Bob Moog.

What sets this synth apart from the vintage Minimoog is the Midi Implementation which is totally up to date & makes this a much more useable synth in the studio.
One issue with the Vintage Moog is that the midi only goes down to C1 – so to get lower notes through midi – I used to pitch bend the synth down 4 semi tones – then put a transpose on the computer & re-tune it – what a faff!!!"

Roland SH-101 SH101 Analog Synthesizer (1983) sound demo | Synth HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Andy Whitmore

"This synth for me has been the biggest surprise. I don’t use it much as I have so many 'superior' synths – but in fact it blew me away. The sound is awesome – top quality – classic – such an easy synth to program & sounds great in a finished mix.

Vintage synth demo by Andy Whitmore, Roland SH-101 Analog Synthesizer from the year 1983 The SH-101 is a very nice synth with a great analog sound. The sound is deep and powerful. The SH-101 is perfect for very nice bass and lead sounds. The internal step-sequencer is pure fun.

Andy Whitmore started life as a top session keyboard player playing on over 50 hit records before turning his hand to music production. He went on to produce 14 top ten hits. He is a pro when it comes to synthesizers, and here explores the Roland SH-101 as part of a brand new series.

One of the most iconic synthesizers ever, Andy’s experience with this Roland classic dates back to the mid-‘90s, and he discusses the basics in his exploration of what makes the SH-101 so great."

Check out a tour of his synth collection back in 2009 here, and 2008 here.

Woody accidentally makes the MIGHTIEST PAD on JUPITER Xm


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Woody Piano Shack

"Couple of highlight moments from my recent live stream with the ROLAND JUPITER Xm. We combined the ZenCore model banks of the JUPITER 8, JUNO 106, JX 8P, SH 101, XV 5080 to create the richest and warmest synth pad sound that I've ever played!"

Previously:

NEW SYNTH ROLAND JUPITER Xm - Let's figure it out together!

Streamed live on Apr 9, 2020 Woody Piano Shack

"The very interesting ROLAND JUPITER Xm synth has just landed in the shack. I've not played it before, let's figure out together how to play it. Lots of demos of sounds., pads, drums guaranteed! The little sister of the ROLAND JUPITER X, sharing ZenCore sound engine with FANTOM, and models of the JUPITER 8, JUNO 106, JX 8P, SH 101, XV 5080."

Daft Punk : Giorgio by Moroder - [Cover by DesertF!sh]


Published on Apr 11, 2020 DesertFishHQ

"Been a while since my last post! hoping to get this channel back on track. Enjoy"

https://www.matrixsynth.com/search?q=DesertFishHQ&by-date=true

G2 FM Slammer - a 96BPM melodic rhythm for Clavia G2 synthesizer


Published on Apr 11, 2020 Luke Killen

"For something different. Today i've been pairing my old friend the G2 with the Cirklon. the G2 really does have fantastic FM capabilities, i've always loved making FM patches. In this performance the Cirklon sequences everything. The G2 has kick and Snare on A, Claps, percussion and hats on B, FM synthesis on C and FX and processing on D slot."

KORG Nu:Tekt NTS-1 performance by Mikiya Komaba.


Published on Apr 10, 2020 K0MABA

"I performed using KORG Nu: Tekt NTS-1. The song is a chiptune with an Asian melody. Sequences and rhythms other than the melody were made by ableton live. KORG Nu: Tekt NTS-1 is fun to assemble,
You can get absorbed after assembling."

Nu:Tekt NTS-1 on eBay | on Reverb | on Amazon

Patch of the Week 53: minilogue + NTS-1 + Melody and Chords


Published on Apr 10, 2020 Korg

"We took the Korg minilogue sequencer through its paces by running it to control both the internal voices of the minilogue for chords and the monophonic Nu:Tekt NTS-1 as a melody and added some drums with the volca sample."

Korg Patch of the Week posts

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