MATRIXSYNTH: 5/1/21

Monday, May 31, 2021

Sequential Prophet 5 Moog Grandmother Dark Analog Alliance Synthesizer Rik Marston


video by Rik Marston Official

Rik's Links:
Ahnyxian Sound Design: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AhnyxianSou...
Music: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/rik-marston/

DSI Sequential Prophet Rev2 - No talking demo of all the internal Factory Banks sequences - Part 4/4


video by Andrea Di Lorenzo - Music Lab

Andrea Di Lorenzo - Music Lab Sequential Prophet Rev2 posts

"'No talking' demo of all the internal preset sequences of the DSI Sequential Prophet Rev2-8 voices.

The Dave Smith Instruments Sequential Prophet Rev2 is an update of the Prophet '08 with more possibilities and modulation options in order to get much more complex textures without losing the "classic Prophet sound".

In this demo I will just let you hear what the amazing Dave Smith Instrument's sound designers have made for this amazing synth simply by scrolling through the Bank 4 of the Factory Presets. You will find single layers, split layers (A-B) or stack (dual) layers (A+B).

No additional effects or outboard processing here. 'What you listen is what you get'."

ENSONIQ HALO (2002)


video by KEYBOARDS NOSTALGY

This appears to be the first one pictured on the site. There are a couple of references to the HALO ROM sounds but not the actually keyboard synth. Some pics and details of one I found on eBay:



via this auction

SN 030200610

"The new ENSONIQ® Halo™ Keyboard delivers cutting-edge performance features and professional sound quality at an affordable price. Halo ships with a diverse 32 MB soundset that includes the acclaimed Perfect Piano – an incredibly expressive acoustic piano that gives you unmatched realism. Halo also offers you three additional internal ROM slots, allowing you to expand your sound palette using any ROMs from the comprehensive E-MU® Proteus® Expansion Library. This expandability lets you customize your Halo with ROM soundsets that are generally more genre-specific (i.e. Hip-Hop, Electronica, Orchestral, B-3, etc.).

Halo also gives you 12 real-time controllers that put Halo's powerful synthesis features at your fingertips. You can tweak Halo's filters, LFO's, effects and more – giving you total performance control over your sounds. And Halo's 16 syncable/programmable arpeggiators and interactive Super BEATs Mode are perfectly syncronized with each other and over 100 rhythm-based synthesis and effects parameters, letting you perform entire pieces in real-time, all in perfect unison. Together with pristine 24-bit analog outputs and a lightning-fast processor, Halo offers professional results and playability at an incredible price.

61 keys
64 voice polyphony
32 MB Soundset w/ 640 factory/512 user presets (expandable to 128 MB)
16 programmable real-time control parameters/preset
16 simultaneous/syncable ARPs
SuperBEATs interactive Groove Mode (w/16 trigger buttons)
24-bit dual stereo effects processor
Four 24-bit analog outputs"

Behringer's RD9 TR-909 Clone Finally Ships



This one was a long time coming. You could have picked up a prototype back in July of 2020 here.

"RD-9 is now finally shipping. We're sorry that it has taken much longer than we had anticipated but Covid plus the current global supply chain challenges didn't make it easier.

Compared to the earlier version, the RD-9 has been completely redesigned with many new features added. We're very proud of the RD-9 and can't wait to hear all your feedback.

We also like to thank the many wonderful beta testers who helped us with valuable feature suggestions and to ensure the product is now in perfect shape.

Please be aware that it'll take some time to fill the huge backorders we have on hand. Thank you for all your patience and support."

One more | Roland D-50, Roland SH-101, Toraiz Squid, Yamaha RS7000 Demo


video by MIDERA

"Had an hour while my daughter was napping, so I made this. I found this preset on the D-50 that sounded pretty cool (starts right at the beginning). I liked it, and just made this jam, or whatever it is.

Really though, not much to add. Now its time to go see if we can buy her a fish. Who knows how that will go..."

MIDERA Roland D-50 posts

2021 Lick Obs.Total Lunar Eclipse (XB70man) & Korg WS A/D space music (Aquifex)


video by SynthAddict

"Total Lunar Eclipse from Lick Observatory May 26, 2021. Time-lapse and still photos with various telescopes, cameras and lenses.
Aquifex music: one synth/all parts, Korg Wavestation A/D live looper, custom space music session

Check out Rick's channel (XB70man) - he posts some cool astronomy stuff: https://www.youtube.com/user/XB70man/..."

Slightly longer version:

Roland XPS 30 (2014)


video by KEYBOARDS NOSTALGY

This appears to be the first post to feature the Roland XPS 30. According to Roland, it is only avialable in certain regions. It's available in black and red models. Some additional details from Roland's website:

Update: looks like the video was switched to private. Going to leave this post up for the info below.


The XPS-30 starts with the great feature set of the popular XPS-10 and adds many powerful enhancements that performing players will love. Stage essentials like acoustic and electric piano sound even better, and the internal waveform set can be easily expanded with free sound collections from Roland’s Axial website. The selection of regional instrument sounds has been increased as well, and more user samples can be imported (including multi-sample import) thanks to the doubled onboard memory capacity. There’s also a built-in eight-track pattern sequencer for capturing songs and ideas, plus a convenient mic input with dedicated vocal effects. Mobile performance keyboard with pro sounds, enhanced features, and battery-powered operation

Includes all the sounds from the popular XPS-10 and JUNO-Di, plus updated acoustic and electric pianos and additional regional sounds

Wave expansion slot enables users to download new sound waveforms, available for free at Roland’s Axial website

Sample import function with twice the memory capacity of the XPS-10

Version 2.00 software supports multi-sample import for professional sound creation

Midiverse Modular - Dual/Quad Arcade Button Module - Announcement


video by Midiverse - TV

"What's up everybody? Welcome to Midiverse - TV! Here's a look at the next two Eurorack modules we're releasing, MVM004 - Dual Arcade Button and MVM005 - Quad Arcade Button. Price and availability coming soon.

https://reverb.com/shop/midiverse"

Mimeophon VS Magneto


video by Omri Cohen

00:00 - Introduction
01:53 - As a delay
12:01 - Synchronizing with external clocks
18:06 - As a looper
26:21 - As a voice

Omri Links:

"If you just want to buy me a coffee :) - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/omricohen
Consider joining me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/omricohen
Patching techniques and ideas that I continue updating - https://bit.ly/3o1Q3Sg

Noise Cues Episode 4: Jamming with the Mimetic Digitalis


video by Noise Engineering

"In episode 4 Norman covers how to get started jamming with the Mimetic Digitalis. He shows all of his tricks of how to really perform using the MD as the main sequencer of the patch, then he puts all of them together for a jam!

Timecodes:

0:00 - Series Intro
0:23 - Intro Jam
0:46 - Episode Intro
1:06 - Programming CV and pitch
1:56 - Button combos
2:45 - Using the trigger out
4:24 - Stop/Run switch
5:11 - Save and load button combos
5:49 - Undo button
6:04 - Using more than one sequence
7:07 - Outro
7:27 - Jam"

Noise Cues Episodes

HEINA KROON POSITRON 16 - Morphing Analog Concept Polysynth


video by Heinakroon Overlays & Accessories



via HEINA KROON

"Note: this synthesizer concept is a personal design and not associated with Behringer or MUSIC Tribe Global Brands Ltd

POSITRON 16 is an analog polyphonic synthesizer concept that focus on morphing, with continuously variable waveforms, filter modes, arpeggiator patterns and more.

It features plenty of hands-on controls, from the three wheels, the Morpher joystick and a fullwidth ribbon controller to polyphonic aftertouch, macro controls, dual pedal inputs and even a CV antenna socket. This will make sure you are always in control of your sounds and performances even during improvisations, and the intuitive LED-collar encoders with push button function make creative sound programming a breeze.

Using Reaper LFO To Automate Eventide H9 and Soundtoys


video by Tom Coote

Reminder: Soundtoys is currently having an up to 80% off Spring sale. Click through for details.

"How to automate the Eventide H9 ribbon, as well as other controls in VSTs such as Soundtoys, using the Reaper LFO Parameter Modulation.

One of the main selling points of the Eventide H9 plugins, is the way in which the ribbon can be used to control multiple parameters in different directions. But you can also use automation within your DAW to do all this and more.

If anybody want the 'Bangkok Ping Pong' Soundtoys preset I used, and a few other ones, they can download them via the link in the description of my '5 New Free Soundtoys Presets' video:" [posted here]

OTO bam quick demo/review


video by Meska

"Quick demo about the oto bam, reverbe unit.
I'm not going to deep like for the filter fixed frequency :
RTFM: https://www.otomachines.com/wp-conten...
product page :https://www.otomachines.com/product/bam/

Thank you for watching.
My name is Meska of the statik collective . I've been making mostly "dark and expérimental" music for more than ten years now, i'v learn so much online, now it's time for me to share my knoledge, my exploration and this channel is a place to talk about the tools, sound design and techniques to make music with.
i'm tattooist at day jobs and you can found my work here : www.meska.fr

You can stream my albums and EPs at https://statikwave.bandcamp.com/

If you'd like to support the channel​ consider buying music from bandcamp ;)"

HOW TO? Series / Dreadbox KOMOREBI: from Flanger to Chorus


video by Dreadbox

"How to set Komorebi in order to make FLANGER sounds and then turn it easily into CHORUS.

In this video we are using the discontinued Abyss, a 4-voice Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer."

Yamaha DX100 Digital Programmable Algorithm Synthesizer



via this auction

"The DX100 is a battery-powered compact FM sound synthesizer, famous for its Hatsune Miku arm cover.

49-key mini keyboard, 4-operator FM sound source, maximum number of simultaneous sounds: 8, number of preset voices: 192, 24 internal voices.

Main unit dimensions: 628mm (W) x 75mm (H) x 219mm (D), 2.7kg (W), priced at 69,800 yen at the time of release."

Triadex Muse Model 1 1970s Early Sequencer-Based Synthesizer





via this auction

Pics of the inside below.

You can find demos of the Triadex Muse in previous posts here.

1976 THOMAS 2001 ORGAN ELECTRONIC RETRO SPACE AGE KEYBOARD SYNTHESIZER



via this auction

"Everything works on it, including the light-up keyboard, and the inside is super-clean. I also have the Bandmaster synthesizer kit that can go with it, but the frame is for a different organ; perhaps you can find a proper frame for it. I had it serviced recently and it was given a clean bill of health. This was the same organ as in the Standard Hotel in Los Angeles. This also comes with a bunch of books for learning the Thomas system."

See this post for additional info.

Roland VP-330 Analog Synthesizer Vocoder Strings Choir Machine



via this auction

An Enabler for Your Rhodes Chroma



via this auction

The Enabler from Redshift went into production in 2014. A 2.0 version in development in 2018 was featured in this video. Not sure what version this listing is for.

Roland System 100M D-Set + Original 181 Keyboard & Patch Cables



via this auction

112 SN 152624
121 SN 122120
130 SN 122060
140 SN 122xx2
150 SN 001396

Roland System 100M M190 - 3 Module System



via this auction

110 SN 061300 140 SN 750397 110 SN 920718

This appears to be this system minus the boxes and keyboard. The keyboard is likely paired with this listing.

OB XD discoDSP Synthesizer REVIEW and LIVE PERFORMANCE by AGD Andrew G Dugros | Use Headphones


video by Andrew G Dugros

"This is not an in-deep review but a first contact review with this great synthesizer, the OB-XD from discoDSP. At the end of the video I've played a LIVE PERFORMANCE with Cubase and Novation SL 61 mkIII.

OB-XD overviwe (from offiial website):
OB-Xd is based on the Oberheim OB-X. It attempts to recreate its sound and behavior, but as the original was very limited in some important ways a number of things were added or altered to the original design. OB-Xd was designed to sound as good and as rich as the original. It implements micro random detuning which is a big part of that sound."

Shores of Orion : Waldorf microXT


video by Miguel d'Oliveira

"sketching a quick track with just 3 sounds from the Waldorf microXT.
(just keys and mod wheel - no other tweak: cutoff, etc...)

I think the microXT is the most underrated synth ever.
Deffo my desert island synth."

“IOLabs Flux 33 - Benjolin meets Arcane” by Friendly Noise


video by Friendly Noise

"IOLabs Flux, Spherical Sound Society Arcane, After Later Audio Benjolin V2, Steady State Fate Vortices, Befaco Rampage, Befaco Percall, Xaoc Tallin

Please make sure to listen in stereo!!

Video sections: 00:06 01
04:17 02
13:50 03
24:02 04

All sounds were recorded live with two strictly monophonic modules: Benjolin V2 and Arcane, but the use of panning and both Befaco modules results in very interesting textures, which sometimes sound like there is more than two voices at the same time.

Flux is just triggering a steady note as clock source. Density and Length are controlled in real time with the encoders and macro pots. There is only one single pattern in the whole video.

Arcane is clocked by the first channel of Flux. The output of Arcane goes into Tallin to raise the level and to add some warmth with Tallin’s internal saturation. The output of Tallin goes to the first monophonic channel of Vortices.

The voltage of Flux’ channel one is set to S/H mode and goes to the second channel of Tallin. From there it goes to Vortices in order to modulate the panning of Arcane. Since the voltage follows the triggers, every sound generated by Arcane has a different panning position, which greatly enhances the feeling of listening to a drum synthesizer.

Benjolin is a voice module, but it doesn’t have VCAs, so you need some external help to control the length of Benjolin’s sounds. This can be achieved sending the output of Benjolin to the first input of Percall. The decay length is manually controlled and the output goes to the second monophonic channel of Vortices.
The output of Flux goes also to Rampage, where the first envelope is used to generate “bit-crusher”-like sounds. The envelope output goes to the third monophonic channel of Vortices.

Finally, Benjolin’s direct output goes to the fourth monophonic channel of Vortices. The panning is also controlled by the voltages of Flux, as described above.

Some compression and reverb were added in the DAW after recording."

Buchla Easel Command 208C - Rainy Day


video by TheTrackdriver

"All sounds except the rain and birds (played back at half speed) are from the Buchla Easel Command 208C. The complex oscillator is routed through an Elektron Analog Heat for distortion and is then drenched in effects in Ableton Live."

Sunday, May 30, 2021

What comes after | IDM demo with Roland D-50, SH-101, Yamaha RS7000, Toraiz Squid


video by MIDERA

"Upon writing my recent review of the Roland D-50 (here: https://www.midera-artist.com/roland-...), I decided to reach out to a friend who had bought mine, and I bought it back from him, mostly to see - does the UI really suck as bad as I thought it did?

The first thing to note - it didn't take long for this song to irritate me, so, perhaps this isn't the best track to start off with on the D-50, but as I state in my review, the sound of the D-50 is really pleasing.

So - for some reason, the D-50's interface wasn't quite as bad as I thought. For one reason or another, my brain seems better equipped to handle it. Why is that? I haven't exactly been using it for over 2 years. I think part of it is, two years of exploring other synthesizers, a pandemic, a job change, other things - I think we're just more complicated than 'sit down with X for Y hours and you'll get better.' Like, it took my daughter sitting on a bike 3 times, unmoving, to suddenly... just be biking. So much goes on behind the scenes that contribute to our abilities and knowledge.

Anyway, as I recall - The D-50 is a keeper."

Synthesizer Music Instrumental "Genesis" By Joseph Angeliss. 1994


video by Angeliss The Synth Man

Anyone that's owned a KORG Prophecy should immediately recognize the start of this one. It's the "Prophetic Steps" preset. Not sure what follows but considering it's from 1994 and you don't often hear that classic preset in synthesizer music, I thought it worth a post. Little bits of classic synth goodness here and there. It's crazy to think of the KORG Prophecy as a classic synth. I remember when it first came out in 1995 and reading about it in Keyboard Magazine, an issue I still have. It was the birth of physical modelling along with the Yamaha VL7. Clavia's Nord Lead was the first virtual analog synth to be released in 1994.

YAMAHA DX7 & DX7II ULTRA DEEP PAD


video by synths colors

Moog Polymoog Brochure Catalog



via this auction

"Original and vintage 1976 Moog Polymoog Synthesizer Catalog. 14 pages cover to cover. Big fold out pic of the Polymoog Synthesizer. This is the polymoog synthesizer catalog with the full set of controls. No punch holes, no missing pages, intact, no writing, no highlights, no stains, no stamp. Overall very clean for 45 years old. Synthesizer history from the golden age of analog synthesis. Even better if you own the actual synthesizer."

Kawai K5000s SN 696164



via this auction

Korg Trident w/ MIDI & Case



via this auction

Synth Shorts : A Korg Volca field jam


video by Fortress of Sound

"I ride my bike to random locations and play my Volcas sometimes. This was one of those times. Korg Volca Keys, and Korg Volca Beats, and some Telecaster added later in my studio. Just a quick little sketch for spring. Cheers!"

Moog Grandmother Dark Witching Hour Analog Synthesizer Rik Marston


video by Rik Marston Official

"The Moog Grandmother DARK edition is FANTASTIC! I love it! I have already had a Moog Grandmother NEON so look for those demos here on my channel, they are incredible examples of the Moog Grandmother action! The Moog Grandmother is seriously my favorite Moog synthesizer EVER. NEON or DARK, it ROCKS! This is a request from my friend on INSTAGRAM darkshines_777. Aggressive sounds: Bass, Leads, Drones & FX! Epic synthesizer! If you have not done so already, follow me on INSTAGRAM! (rikmarston) There I share a TON more stuff than on FB or YT. See the synths arrive FIRST! Find out more about me and my universe! And it's a great way to connect with me, too! :)"

Rik's Links:
Ahnyxian Sound Design: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AhnyxianSou...
Music: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/rik-marston/

Electronica EM-25 & Quintet Soviet USSR Analog Synthesizer, Strings-machines


video by Сема Апрелевка

"Электроника ЭМ-25 советский аналоговый синтезатор."

Quintet Soviet USSR Analog Synthesizer, Piano-Strings.
video by Сема Апрелевка

"Квинтет советский СССР аналоговый синтезатор Стрингс-Пиано."

MATRIXSYNTH Should be 100% Back Online

Update: maybe not 100% after all. It looks like https is not working yet.

Update2: https is back. All should be good now.

In case you were wondering what happened to the site, the ISP that hosts the matrixsynth.com domain name suffered a DDoS attack.

When I noticed the site was down, I reset Blogger to host the site back on matrixsynth.blogspot.com and sent a notificantion out on Twitter and Facebook (and The MATRIXSYNTH Lounge).

Key takeaway as a reader of the site: bookmark https://matrixsynth.blogspot.com, and check-in on Twitter and/or Facebook for updates.

It's worth noting site outages have been few and far between.

After this outage though, I am considering going back to the https://matrixsynth.blogspot.com domain. I can just set matrixsynth.com to redirect to it and when I'm long gone, the site will remain available. One of the reasons I chose Blogger as a platform is because it should live on long after I'm gone, ensuring the site and all the captured history lives on.

Update3: One thing to consider: if the matrixsynth.com domain were to ever expire, links using it within posts would need to be swapped with matrixsynth.blogspot.com in order to work. I wish there was a way to purchase domain names permanently...

March 1980 Roland "We Design the Future" Vol.3 - Volume 3 Brochure Catalog / Magazine



These are in via Loscha

You can view them here by clicking on the images or you can download them via Loscha's links here:

195mb PDF (made with PDF24)

Higher quality single pages in a 281mb ZIP files

Per Loscha: "I was loaned this by a friend to scan. I had to set up a custom scanning table area so I could lay the book flat so as not to crease or damage the piece, as it's quite fragile. I used my flatbed LIDE scanner, and built up walls of books on either side until they were exactly the same height as the scanner bed."

Enjoy!

Berlin School on the Balcony // Gotharman's TinyLD Granular Synth #TTNM


video by THE TUESDAY NIGHT MACHINES

"Playing some Berlin School electronic space music with my Gotharman TinyLD mkII on the sunny balcony. The TinyLD is Gotharman's Little deFormer 3 granular synthesizer workstation in a smaller, more portable form factor. It has fewer knobs and buttons, but the same screen, processor and general feature set as its bigger sister. I've modded my TinyLD with a light dependent resistor (LDR) for gestural control, as well as with three knobs and two switches.

More info on the modification here: [see this post]

For this jam session I created an analog-style bass line, using the awesome sounding new State Variable Filter algorithms from the recent LD3/TinyLD software update. Then I added an electronic string-like pad sound and some bleeps, bloops and noise hits. The LDR controls the filter cutoff on the pad sound, letting me spontaneously add some variation by waving my hand over the top right corner of the TinyLD. Of course I also programmed both morph layers with slightly different note sequences and effects settings. I also use one of the MIDI switches to freeze the mandatory granular effects ;-)

More Gotharman Little deFormer 3 / TinyLD videos [posted here]

Gotharman website:
https://gotharman.dk/"

THE TUESDAY NIGHT MACHINES:
➤ Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/ttnm-bandcamp
➤ Instagram: http://bit.ly/ttnm-instagram
➤ Twitter: http://bit.ly/ttnm-twitter

「SLEDGEHAMMER」by SYNTHFOX ~overview~


video by SYNTHFOX Channel

"Overviewing my newest module, SLEDGEHAMMER. This is a wicked dynamics and harmonics processor with huge feedback play capabilities!"

SYNTHFOX Reverb Shop



"Meet SLEDGEHAMMER, a vactrol gate core experimental dynamics and harmonics processor. This module serves many needs, such as mixdown, wavefolding, waveshaping, distortion, VCA, suboctave generation, and much more. The three signal inputs - one with a dedicated thru-zero VCA, and four differently processed outputs provide endless tonal possibilities and a core module for creative patch-programming.

SLEDGEHAMMER is intended for heavy feedback usage. The INPUTS section mixes down three signals (audio or CV) for further processing. The first and second inputs have dedicated attenuators. The third input is special: it is a voltage controlled crossfader that fades between the negative and positive copy of the input signal. The FOLD output is normalized to input 2, and the SHARP output is normalized to input 3, so patching audio to input 1 and adjusting other inputs' volumes already creates a self-patched feedback loop.

The heart of this module is a vactrol-based dynamics processor ('gate') similar to the widely known low pass gates. It processes the mixdown of the three inputs from the INPUTS section: the big LEVEL knob, two Level CV (LCV) inputs and the PING input control both the amplitude and the slight filtering of the signal: from quiet and dark to loud and bright. The first LCV input has a dedicated attenuverter; the second one has a simple attenuator. The PING input expects a gate, and upon receiving one, will strike the gate with a sharp decay-only envelope. This input has a simple passive circuit behind it, which can be creatively exploited: for example, striking it with stepped voltages, e.g. a S&H output, will make the circuit skip some strikes, and the remaining strikes will have different velocity. The DULL / VIVID switch on the left chooses the type of the response: the DULL setting yields daker, quieter tones, while the BRIGHT setting makes the gate sound more open and loud. Both modes are useful in different applications.

Finally, the output of the gate core is passed through different harmonic processor to create the four SLEDGEHAMMER outputs: GATE, FOLD, BEND and SHARP.

Buchla 246 Articulation and Sculpting


video by Todd Barton

"It blows my mind that this all can come from a single, static pitch of just the Principal Oscillator of a Buchla 259. The sculpting and articulation possibilities using the 246 sequencer are amazing!

My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/synthtodd"

17 Mins With A Buchla Automaton


video by zack dagoba

"A self-playing patch:

Two VCOs (258) are cross modulated to produce an evolving sequence of clocks, not just random because the interactive nature of the cross modulation creates unexpected pauses and clusters - the envelope follower (model 230) helps in extracting the clocks. These are sent to an LPG which gates a modulating sound from the 259 - the main tone. The MARF sequences pitches, but these are shifted with a clocked random voltage, changing every 5 or 7 pulses (using the MARF programmable pulse out feature) There are 5 LFOs (281s) all slightly different, and being clocked by more scaled down pulses from the MARF, so the LFOs are locked into the main set of pulses. The signal is split into several paths, one goes to the 277 delay (being modified by the same random voltage mentioned above) and the other going to the spring reverb, also being modified (by an LFO). These also go into 2 bandpass filters, being modulated with row 2 of the MARF. The stereo signal is being modified as well and the whole lot goes into the Buchla 100 signal leveller (model 172) and vintage eq (model 175)"

Oberheim OB-12 with New LCD Screen



via this auction

"This is a fully serviced OB-12 with a new LCD screen. The left wooden check has minor damage on the underside and bottom front (see images above). This monster synth is fully functional and extremely heavy."

Grey Model Ensoniq Mirage Rack Mount Sampler Synth w/ Floppy Drive Emulator



via this auction

"Excellent working condition mirage rack mount !

Has the floppy emulator installed with tons of disk images and sounds ."

Sequential Circuits Prophet 2000



via this auction

"In a very good working condition from a smoke free home studio. Never gigged. A tiny tear in one button which doesn't affect at all. Some scratches on the sides and age marks. The floppy works very well."

Bugbrand Synth Voice + Bananas & Jumbler



via this auction

"Includes power supply, a load of banana cables, two shorting bars, and a Low-Gain UTL-1 format jumbler (3.5mm to banana)."

SUZUKI QChord QC-1 Synthesizer Omnichord w/ Original Box



via this auction

Vintage 1981 EKO Encore Panda 61 Key Electronic Piano Keyboard Synthesizer


video by Nenne Effe



via this auction

This appears to be the first one to be featured on the site.

Measures approx. 95cms x 45cms
Features:-
61 Full Size Keys
Built in speaker with separate Volume, Bass & Sustain Dials
Orchestra Section, Presets & Vibrato Switches
Automatic Rhythm Section
Tempo & Volume Dials
Headphone Socket
UK mains Powered

Korg MS-10



via this auction

1978 Paia 1550 Strings'N'Things Synth Keyboard



via this auction, also on Reverb

"Rare DIY synth keyboard from the 70's!

Piano and string tones, as the name suggests, and able to have both voices play at the same time with separate sustain controls.

Fully functional. The modulation is only for the string setting and gives a little bit of vibrato or tremolo. The split function is for mixing.

The built in case is in good shape, some scuffs, dings, and tears but protects the instrument very well."

IT WORKS! Relay Sequencer - Testing This Noisy Music Machine


video by LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

"TESTING THE RELAY BASED STEP SEQUENCER
more content, Relay samples and the latest live modular megamix is up here!:- Support :-
https://www.patreon.com/posts/51874501"

Follow-up to this post.

KAWAI K4 Digital Synthesizer - quick sound design & soundscape demo


video by Cro w

"*These are all SINGLE patches; NOT multis: that's another, longer video...*
Quick example of the ambient/cosmic abilities of the unique K4 digital PCM/additive synth. This thing has one of the most aggressive resonant digital filters. There is a TOUCH of Strymon BigSky on the stereo outs going into the interface."

Ableton M4L MODE


video by Akihiko Matsumoto

"A generative church modal midi melody generator based on the analysis of hundreds of traditional gregorian chants. https://gum.co/MZStW"

Ambient | Make Noise Strega, Korg Volca FM & Ableton M4L MODE

New ISE-NIN From Black Corporation - Roland Jupiter-8 Inspired Desktop / Rackmount Synth



via Black Corporation

"It’s been a while since the last BC poly synth release. Please meet ISE-NIN. Coming later this year, with a full MPE support and micro tuning by ODDSound MTS-ESP! Preorders will start next week on our website."

Click the pic to zoom in.

8-Voice Analogue Synthesizer By Black Corporation.

Saturday, May 29, 2021

Aquifex - Tenori-on live - Taiko Drum samples/Solo mode


video by SynthAddict

"Time stamps
00:00 rhythm 1
04:07 rhythm 2


Another fun Tenori-on live demo,Taiko samples played in live Solo mode (trk 16).
Drum samples were taken from this free pack:
https://www.subaqueousmusic.com/free-...

You can hear a few phasing issues with some samples as they play together - easy to fix and re-do later, adding a master reverb to the track would be an
easy way to blend the different samples with varying reverbs into a more cohesive mix.

The massive taiko drum (probably an Okedo-daiko) is a little hot here,
I would fix its level for a future take. :-)"

Korg opsix - Effects


video by Korg

"From punchy compressors to gorgeous 'shimmer' reverbs, the opsix features 3 effects blocks that can have any of 30 effect types inserted. With so much signal processing to hand, you no longer need to worry about fiddling around with external effects boxes!"

Live Eurorack Modular Ambient Techno Session by MATTHS


video by MATTHS

"#MATTHS aka #MattHodson experiments in the studio with the #modularsynth..

Just pure, un-rehearsed experimentation in the world of music production. Join me live when this happens and get involved with the decision making.

A live #performance from my own personal #music #studio.

I recommend listening with headphones or quality speakers for the best sonic experience.

Connect with me for live streams, broadcasts, music and more:" https://www.matthsmatthsmatths.com

JUPITER-Xpert - Is This the End??! What's in the Box??!


video by Robert Saint John

"Well, it’s been fun. But the time has come for me to move on to bigger things...

Yes, I finally did it! I got the JUPITER-X.

I've been reassessing my studio and music needs, and I have sold off a lot of gear these past few weeks. The JUPITER-Xm has been my go-to synthesizer for 18 months now, but I wasn't using it with my big controller (Novation SL MkIII) any longer. This new JUPITER-X will take less space than the Xm and an unused controller in my studio. And the price on the X is great right now with a $300 rebate from Roland (until the end of June 2021). I continue to be pleased with the direction Roland has taken with X/Xm, so this will be a lifetime synth for me.

NO, the Xm is not really for sale. YES, I will be doing at least one video comparing the two; the workflow, advantages/disadvantages of each, and so on. It’s always bugged me that my Xm-based tutorials might be lost on X users, so I’d like to take some time to address that.

Longer-term I have something else in mind and, for that, it seems important to have both. Also, I've been deeply back into piano lessons and practice, and I decided that I wanted my favorite polysynth to have full-size keys after all.

I truly appreciate the support and interest, and hope to have exciting things to share soon!

Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30 by Richard Strauss. Performed with ZENOLOGY Pro using ZEN-Core and Model Expansion Tones"

ESK - Digitone + Perfourmer + UBM


video by Metunar

"Jam with an Elektron Digitone as main unit (sequencing, sound, mix and FX) and a modified Vermona Perfourmer (MK 1). One sound of the Perfourmer goes through the Rohde & Schwarz UBM Filter.
Stereo recording with digital mastering.

http://www.metunar.ch"

Pioneer DJ DSI Toriaz AS-1 Fantastic Analog! Dave Smith Sequential Rik Marston


video by Rik Marston Official

"Pioneer DJ DSI Toriaz AS-1 Fantastic Analog!
Synthesizer Demo by Rik Marston
**No Talking!** **Watch in HD!** **Turn It UP!**
The TORIAZ AS-1 is a fantastic purchase!
Here I play some BASS, do some FILTER SWEEPS & tweak the ARP!
What power for the price! I love the Sequential Prophet-6, so having
1 nice Prophet-6 voice to work with is awesome!


Rik's Links:
Ahnyxian Sound Design: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AhnyxianSou...
Music: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/rik-marston/

SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS PROPHET 5 - Handmade Miniature 1/6 scale


video by Ronaldo Lopes Teixeira ROLT

Sequential Prophet-6 & OB-6 Demos & Custom Patches by Ethan M


videos by synthesizer express

Playlist:
1. SEQUENTIAL Prophet -6 mars ( ambient )
all prophet-6 effects used here is the brainworx rooms reverb and eventide instant phaser
2. prophet -6 vintage knob ambient worng space
The great prophet-6 with the new vintage knob fx used here is the eventide t-verb
3. Prophet - 6 Custom Patches by Ethan M
Patches i made with the prophet-6 no extrnal fx only the ones onboard
4. Prophet-6 Custom Patches by Ethan M part 2
Part 2 of my interptation to the prophet-6 didnt use any onboard and extrnal fx
5. Prophet 6 -Ambient jam - Strange but not a Stranger
recorded it using the sequncer no eq fx here is the brainworx rooms reverb



videos by synthesizer express

Playlist:
1. OB - 6 Custom Patches by Ethan M
this set contains useble patchs that can be used in a production. basses leads percussive sounds . it is what it is
2. OB - 6 Custom Patches by Ethan M part 2
the seconed part no extrnal fx only the ones on board
3. OB - 6 Custom Patchs - every day is a gift
the fun continuous with some more underground flavoured sounds no extrnal fx i used the ones onboard on a few patchs

Korg Mega RAM Card w/ Case



via this auction

"Save up to four switchable banks of sounds or sequences!

Compatible with: KORG M1, M1R, M1REX, T2, T2EX, T3, T3EX, S3, A1, A2, A3, S3, Wavestation, Wavestation EX, Wavestation A/D, or Wavestation SR"

Follow-up to this post. This is the first one to be featured on the site. Thanks goes to gridsleep in the comments of that last post for asking if I've ever seen one before. I hadn't but I did capture a brochure posted back in 2006 here. Little bits of synth history...

One of a Kind EMS VCS4 Prototype to Make Post-Lockdown Debut This Year



You might remember the EMS VCS4 from this post back in March of 2020. It was scheduled to make an appearance last year but the event was postponed due to the pandemic. I beleive it is now slated to debute on June 25th this year. You can find details on the upcoming event here. Note it states the debut is on Friday, May 25, but today is Saturday, May 28, so that date is clearly wrong. June 25 lands on a Friday, so I'm guessing that is the date.

"The VCS4 prototype (a live performance model which combines two VCS3s with a ‘base station’ featuring keyboard, external audio input mixer, and signal processing inside a wooden cabinet) was built in 1969 - 1970, but was never brought into mass production. A second, but very different, VCS4 prototype is owned by Matt Black of Coldcut."

You can see Matt Black's VCS4 in this post from 2014.

There might have been a third VCS4 design, a follow-up design to the VCS3 you can find posted back in 2006.

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

Aliens-Project PPG-300 Modular Synthesizer



Spotted on Aliens-Project where you'll find one more pic.

DRONE DAY 2021 - AE Modular Drone Music Live Stream (plus Gotharman's TinyLD mkII) #TTNM


video by THE TUESDAY NIGHT MACHINES

"AUDIO STARTS AT 5:05 ;-)"

Visit: https://droneday.org/
"Every year we make a noise together that stretches around the world.
Saturday May 29, 2021"

THE TUESDAY NIGHT MACHINES:
➤ Bandcamp: http://bit.ly/ttnm-bandcamp
➤ Instagram: http://bit.ly/ttnm-instagram
➤ Twitter: http://bit.ly/ttnm-twitter

Happy Nerding FX Aid effect selection via CV


video by Happy Nerding

"New CV assign destination is added – effect selection. So now CV can be used to switch between all 32 effects.
XL version: CV should be applied to the SRR input.
Just reupdate your favorite effects set via wav file to benefit from this new mode."

Self-paying on the Buchla 200


video by zack dagoba

"a self-playing patch, using some cybernetic elements:

Two VCOs (258) are cross modulated to produce an evolving sequence of clocks, not just random because the interactive nature of the cross modulation creates unexpected pauses and clusters - the envelope follower (model 230) helps in extracting the clocks. These are sent to an LPG which gates a modulating sound from the 259 - the main tone. The MARF sequences pitches, but these are shifted with a clocked random voltage, changing every 5 or 7 pulses (using the MARF programmable pulse out feature) There are 5 LFOs are all slightly different, and being clocked by more scaled down pulses from the MARF, so the LFOs are locked into the main set of pulses. The signal is split into several paths, one goes to the 277 delay (being modified by the same random voltage mentioned above) and the other going to the spring reverb, also being modified (by an LFO). These also go into 2 bandpass filters, being modulated with row 2 of the MARF. The stereo signal is being modified as well and the whole lot goes into the Buchla 100 signal leveller (model 172) and vintage eq (model 175)

Shot on the JVC KY1900 analog video camera

Thanks for watching!"

Ambient Garden Jam on Battery Powered Mini Semi Modular


video by ChrisLody

"The incredibly cold and wet spring season we've had here in the UK seems to have finally given way to summer, so what a better way to make the most of the weather than a battery powered jam in the garden.

I've been building the rig in the video specifically to have something battery powered to jam and record on away from the studio but I was mostly thinking of writing on the sofa. But a few days ago we moved a sofa bed out of our cabin in the garden and it seems to have become garden furniture now, so this was a perfect place for a quick test of this setup.

It's perhaps not the best bit of music I've written but I had a few unexpected problems with my mini mixer being extremely quiet to begin which put me off my stride a bit. I ended up using the mixers mic inputs instead of line in which shouldn't have been necessary, but it works at least.

I'll make a vlog about the modular/semi modular 'Synth Tray' in a bit, but just quickly everything here is running on various rechargeable batteries and I'm using a Volca Modular, Bastl Kastle, Volca Beats (which I might replace with my Bastl Kastle Drum if it ever arrives....) Korg NTS1, Korg SQ1, Radio Shack Mixer, Korg SR1 'Sound on Sound' and a Suboos latern which has USB power to run the NTS1. There is a prototype board on there too but it wasn't used here. The reverb is provided by the Korg SR1 and the ambient sound is direct from my Sony HDR-CX240E and is played back dry. Molly the cat is on cable monitoring duties."

summer ambience (eurorack, Rise and equator2)


video by junklight

"Just upgraded to equator 2 and dug out my Rise."

Makenoise QPAS Feedback Beat


video by Todd Barton

"Exploring feeding back all the filters of the Makenoise QPAS.
Previous QPAS and Mimeophon explorations on my Soundcloud: [below]
my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/synthtodd"

RF AD Multi Vco Krell patch


video by Radical Frequencies Modular

"The sound is directly from the RF AD Multi Vco into RF Vca.
Other modules used for this patch :
The RF dpvco as modulator for the fm and sync of the main AD multi Vco ,
The RF Vc Adsr which is the clock generator and envelope,
The RF Lucky Voltages as random voltages as sample and hold that send random values to Vc Adsr ,
4ms Pingable Envelope Generator ,
Euclidean Circles as sequencer ,
RF Quad Vca Mixer ,
And finally a Mutable Instruments Beads as delay reverb effect."

Oberheim Xpander



via this auction

Korg 770 SN 770038



via this auction

"An ultra rare mono synth from 1976! This often overlooked synth sounds great. It is capable of some really awesome early analogue sounds.

Only 100 units made, imagine how much left! It can make some weird noises largely due to it's retro-cool ring modulator.

You can also run external sounds through it.

It has two VCOs, two kinds of Ring Modulation, three kinds of Noise and the High Pass and Low Pass filter a featured on dual traveller sliders!

Oscillator Subtractive synthesis analog mono synthesizer with 2 VCO and portamento mode:

- VCO1: octave range from 64' to 2', tuning +/- 5 semitones, shapes triangle, square, saw, pulse, pulse with variable width. Also special external mode (see filter)

- VCO2: octave range from 16' to 1, tuning +/- 5 semitones, shapes saw, Ring modulator 1/2, Scale Noise, Pink Noise and White Noise.

FILTER The filter is analog (Traveler) allows flexible and sofisticated LPF, BPF and HPF with 'BRIGHT' which is the resonance.

ENVELOPE single EG generator "AR" Attack/Singing Level, the Range is based on 3 level presets

LFO Single delayed triangle modulator with variable depth and reaches a pretty high frequency for some FM modulation on pitch.

Also can acts as a simple VCA vibrato. It's got a fast envelope, auto bend, and LFO re-trigger too."

Roland SH-101 Keyboard Synthesizer SN 364449



via this auction, also on Reverb.

"This particular example is in excellent condition. EVERYTHING works as it should. This baby is CLEAN. Even the battery posts are rust / corrosion free. Rare to find such a classic SH in this condition. The only thing to note is that the Portamento knob is slightly bent but works perfectly. Its been like this since i bought it years ago, just stating for full disclosure : )

Great bass / lead machine. So many hits made with this beast. Has a great sequencer / arpeggiator plus CV I/O. Use it as a sequencer for your other analog CV synths!"

Akai AX80



via this auction

Elektron SID Station w/ Original Box



via this auction

"Rare SID Station loaded with OS 1.11 and the Ninja sound set. Other sound sets can be downloaded from Elektron’s website for free and loaded in via SysEx. Includes original box and manual, and a switching PSU with EU plug (6VDC, Center positive)."

Korg 707 49-Key Performing Synthesizer w/ PSU-200 Memory Card & Parameter Sticker



via this auction

First one I've seen with the card inserted. The parameter sticker appears to be solid black while the sticker on this blue model appears to be transparent.

A quickie with the Gerd Schulte Compact Phasing


video by Vintage Audio Institute Italia

"We had this hooked up and made a quick spontaneous video.
It's not always easy to dial in the sound you're looking for - if that's your thing - but you can sure get a lot of different sounds out of this pedal.
The machine generating bass and chords is a special little animal, more videos of that to come."

EKO ekosynth below the mystery rhythm machine.

Vintage Audio Institute Italia posts

VAI 18 :Solina String Synthesizer


video by Vintage Audio Institute Italia

"One take just playing some chords on the Solina String Synthesizer - no over dubs.
Binson Echorec 2 is the effect source.

It looks like an inflated Solina String Ensemble.
Story goes that American ARP sent a bunch of keyboard-less monophonic ARP Explorers to Eminent in Holland in the mid 70's.
Eminent incorporated most of these synths in to a huge double manual living room-furniture organ that also included the Solina String Ensemble.
A small batch of ARP Explorers were left over and Eminent decided to make a limited, "lightweight" edition : A Solina String Ensemble combined with the ARP Explorer synthesizer.
Both fairly limited instruments on their own, the combination of a mono-synth and string machine make them become more than the sum of their parts.

Here in Italy there were many similar combos and the earliest one, The Farfisa Syntorchestra was released the same year, 1975.
Which one came first? We don't know, please use the comment section if you know the answer.

The possibility of routing the String Ensemble section into the ARP Explorer filter section is a great tool, the filter of the Explorer is great, adding the mono section vibrato to the string section as well.

There are some bewildering flaws with the Solina String Synthesizer, which makes us think that the production schedule was rather tight when these were made:
The ARP Explorer Section seems to emit a ticking noise in certain filter modes (we've confirmed this with other owners of this instrument)
There are no separate outputs for the String and Mono section (WHY?!)
The mono synth always engages the highest note when you play a chord, whereas on many of the Italian counterparts you can 'prioritise': choose if the Mono section will engage the highest or the lowest note in a chord."

Pioneer Toraiz AS-1 & Elektron Analog Heat


video by 3rdStoreyChemist

Friday, May 28, 2021

Tibetan Glitching Bowl (singing bowl & modular synth)


video by poorness studios

"To close out Weird Week, I decided to pair my Tibetan singing bowl with my Eurorack modular synthesizer. Surprisingly... I think it works. The Make Noise Phonogene is the heart of this patch. Weird Week was a fun little project over the last 5 days. Thanks for tuning in."

Weird Week by poorness studios

Analogue Solutions Colossus Assorted Patches, Sounds, and Sequences (Mobile video and audio)


video by Analogue Solutions

"This is a Colossus owner's (@rezfilter ) collection of spontaneous sequences, sounds, and patches created on the Colossus Synthesizer.

The clips in this video were not captured with a high-fidelity audio interface, and in most cases, were recorded with a mobile device for posterity purposes.

They are too fun not to share. ✌️"

Roland SH-1000 Vintage Analogue Synthesizer



via this auction

"ROLAND SH-1000 analogue synthesiser from 1970s.

Classic organ styling but with good and very useable synth section including white and pink noise, two L.F.O.'s, single oscillator but has a big sound from the sub osc options. Also as portamento, random note generator and of course ... growl. This is Roland's first ever synth.

Brill sound and it's very easy to accidentally sound like early Human League etc :)"

Casio PG-300 Turquioseburst Flame Electric Guitar with Midi and Synth Sounds SN 001541


video by The Ruby Red. Oficina das Guitarras



via this auction

"Casio PG-300 pg300 electric guitar with midi pickup and midi out, also on board 64 synth sounds. Turquioseburst with flames on top. Basicly it is a very good Made in Japan - Fujigen strat. Modded with a Made in Germany Schaller rails pickup in neck, and a USA made Seymour Duncan Cool Rails pickup in bridge position. Full, detailed and genuine electric guitar sounds. PLUS at the tip of the mini toggle switch you can have guitar+midi or only midi sounds. All available at the Mix output, or you may also route the guitar and midi outputs separately(to different amps, different mixer channels for separate tone shaping and panning.). Or even have the midi pickup out by the midi DIN cable and drive any outboard gear you like. The synth unit works on a 9v battery, or an adapter (not included). Please watch my video to hear the sound and have a grasp of the performance of this beautiful guitar. Recently has been cleaned set-up and strung with Gibson Brite Wires 0942 strings. Midi pickup was calibrated according to the data on the manual also. Comes with a Cibeles brand hardcase which is in very good condition also. Tremelo arm and the papers that came with the Schaller pickup are included, too."

Roland JX-8P special features and some tricks


video by synthlegends

"The Roland JX-8P is still very underrated, although ist was the succssor of the Roland Jupiter-8. The JX-8P is famous for its very lush pad sounds, but it is capable of some very weird stuff, like FM-Bell tones, trance sounds and even PWM. In this video I denonstrate some of those special features, also the 6 key modes and some sound designing tricks to get more out of your JX-8P."

w/ Dtronics DT-800 editor.

Prophecy Vol 1 - Patches 61 to 80 - Sequential Prophet 5 & 10


video by GEOSynths

"Out Now - https://www.geosynths.com/prophet5

Final Video, highlighting Patches 61 to 80 for the Prophet 5/10 Keyboard and Modules. There's a wide variety of Sounds, from Classic 80's sounds, Traditional Instruments, Pads and Strings, thick Bass and Leads and much more.

As well as a total of 80 Patches, I have used FX and created 80 Patches for both the Arturia Jun-6 Plugin and Valhalla's Supermassive, both of which are free downloads. This way you can have the Patches sound exactly as they do in the Videos.

00:00 - Intro
00:55 - 61. Bell Tolls GEO
01:50 - 62. Gemini GEO
03:10 - 63. Brassed Off GEO
04:02 - 64. Nylon GEO
05:27 - 65. Air Pad GEO
06:45 - 66. Arp 120 GEO
08:12 - 67. Ensemble GEO
09:33 - 68. Old Flame GEO
10:44 - 69. Perc Poly GEO
11:53 - 70. Sentinel GEO
12:54 - 71. Magneto GEO
14:21 - 72. Pro Sync GEO
15:36 - 73. Prophet Sings GEO
17:38 - 74. Longing GEO
19:27 - 75. Space Time GEO
20:34 - 76. Juno 60 GEO
21:06 - 77. Plucky GEO
21:52 - 78. Chorus Line GEO
23:18 - 79. Mirage GEO
25:02 - 80. Divided GEO"

GEOSynths Sequential Prophet posts

DSI Sequential Prophet Rev2 - No talking demo of all the internal Factory Banks sequences - Part 3/4


video by Andrea Di Lorenzo - Music Lab

"'No talking' demo of all the internal preset sequences of the DSI Sequential Prophet Rev2-8 voices.

The Dave Smith Instruments Sequential Prophet Rev2 is an update of the Prophet '08 with more possibilities and modulation options in order to get much more complex textures without losing the "classic Prophet sound".

In this demo I will just let you hear what the amazing Dave Smith Instrument's sound designers have made for this amazing synth simply by scrolling through the Bank 3 of the Factory Presets. You will find single layers, split layers (A-B) or stack (dual) layers (A+B).

No additional effects or outboard processing here. 'What you listen is what you get'."

Andrea Di Lorenzo - Music Lab Sequential Prophet Rev2 posts

sequential prophet 10 rev4: my first ideas and "notes" on an outstanding instrument


video by studentsmusic

"No test or showcase, just some first very personal just "unboxed" impressions and maybe useful ideas. Sorry if there are mistakes - must get more into it."

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Buchla 284 with NVO


video by Todd Barton

"Playtime with the Buchla 284 Quad Envelope Generator along with the 245 Sequencer and the THC Nested Vector Oscillator.
Enjoy!
284 built by Adam Scramstad http://www.adamscramstad.com
NVO designed and built by Jon Nensén https://thehumancomparator.net
My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/synthtodd"

Behringer ARP 2500 1047 Multimode Filter Demos by O.Z. Hall


video by O.Z. Hall

Two demos from supporting member, O.Z. Hall.

"This is the first of two demos of the of the new 1047 'Colin' multimode filter/resonator. I'm focused on using the 1047 as a resonator for percussive sounds. Read more about the original ARP 2500 Multimode Filter - module 1047: https://alanrpearlmanfoundation.org/t..."

Behringer ARP 2500 1047 Multimode Filter - Part 2 - Different Filter Responses


"This is the second of two demos of the of the new 1047 'Colin' multimode filter/resonator. In this video, I'm focused on using the 1047 as a filter in different modes - Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass, Notch. I use both Noise and a Sawtooth waveform."

Don't miss the interview with ARP's Dennis Colin here.

Beginner-Friendly Live Stream with VCV Rack


video by Omri Cohen

Omri Links:

"If you just want to buy me a coffee :) - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/omricohen
Consider joining me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/omricohen
Patching techniques and ideas that I continue updating - https://bit.ly/3o1Q3Sg

Roland JX-3P - It can sound crazy


video by synthlegends

"My own presets of the JX-3P. The JX-3P is from 1983, it came between the JUNO-60 and JUNO-106, it has the great JUPITER-8, SH-101, JP-4 (late version) and JUNO-60 IR 3109 VCF Chips, so it sounds really fat and warm. The Chorus is a bit different from the JUNOs, but it has 2 DCO, a ring modulator and sync of the DCOs. You can route the DCO and Filter to the envelope and LFO, so it is quite a capable synth to get crazy sounds of it. In this video I only used the internal chorus and no external effects or plug ins. There is no mastering or processing of this synth. Just recorded life into the audio interface."

Double Analog Unboxing Moog Sequential Synthesizer Rik Marston


video by Rik Marston Official

"Yes it's a 2 for 1 unboxing video!
Moog Grandmother Dark & Sequential Prophet-5 Module!
WATCH how goofy & excited Rik can get about NEW SYNTHS!
LISTEN to Rik's voice crack in ANTICIPATION!
FEEL the emotions coming of Rik when he OPENS THE BOXES!
WITNESS Rik's inner child in action for the WHOLE WORLD TO SEE!
That's what happens when you get TWO incredible analogs at once!
LOL! I had to put these up now or they would have been overlooked
and forgotten! So many more synthesizer video demos to come!"
Rik's Links:
Ahnyxian Sound Design: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AhnyxianSou...
Music: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/rik-marston/

Exploring the Five12 Vector Sequencer!


video by Patchwerks Seattle

"In this video resident expert Nick Bigelow takes us on a Vector Sequencer exploration. Get your spelunking gear because it's a deep dive.

The Five12 Vector Sequencer is a digital sequencer in the Eurorack modular format. It provides a flexible sequencing engine with support for 8 independent parts, 2 sub-sequencers per part for internal modulation, an extensive set of chance-based operations, and presets with a playlist function. All eight Parts are monophonic by default, but Parts 5-8 can be reformatted as 4-voice chord or drum modes.

Order a Vector Sequencer here: http://bit.ly/vector_sequencer

https://patchwerks.com/
Demonstration by: Nick Bigelow
Video by: Matthew Piecora
https://www.ezbot.live"
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