MATRIXSYNTH: Thursday, April 15, 2021

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Thursday, April 15, 2021

How to emulate '80s arpeggiators on modular sequencers

video by SynthMania

"Gear used: Studio-88 'Brigitta' analog modular synthesizer
ARP Solina String Ensemble
Linn LinnDrum

00:00​ Introduction
01:01​ Create a bass patch
06:08​ Q119 Sequencer module
10:34​ ARP Solina & Modular Bass arpeggio
11:48​ LinnDrum sync to Q119
12:41​ Up/Down Arpeggio Jam
15:20​ LinnDrum sync in 16ths
15:47​ Set Q119 for Double Up/Down Arpeggio pattern
17:20​ Double Octave Up/Down Arpeggio Jam
19:16​ Conclusion"

Töörö Digilog Synthesizer | A modern Wavetable with Analog Filters, yes! That doesn't cost a house..

video by Espen Kraft

"I've always been very drawn to the 80s digital synths, with analog filters. Prophet VS, PPG, Kawai K3, Korg DW-8000, Ensoniq ESQ1 and the Microwave, to name some.
This brand new Töörö from Fred's Lab captures the essence of all these, in various ways.

The Töörö is not a copy of any of them of course, but I've owned and used all those mentioned classics and it really has a lot of all of them inside this tiny casing. Not bad.

I highly recommend setting up a dedicated MIDI CC controller for this as it makes it so much more easy and fun to make your own patches, but the interface on it's own is quite easy to work once you get to grips with the grid/row/column thinking.

Check out the Töörö here:​
The history and back story about the synth here:​

The demo track can be downloaded here:​

I was asked to make preset bank for the Töörö and this demo track uses only sounds from that bank, about 15-16 of them and I made the demo track to showcase both the analog sounding warmth and powerful nature of the synths as well as the cold clinical digital side of it.

Support this channel on Patreon:"

KAWAI K4 (1989) Synthesizer - Hubertuss Maass Card! (Demo Sounds)

video by Eaglechild

"KAWAI K4 (1989) Synthesizer - Hubertuss Maass Card! (Some sounds) E4-01 Bank C"

Pollard Syndrum 178 SN 1302 w/ Extras

via this auction

"This is the original electronic drum, the Pollard Syndrum 178. It's like the "Altair" of electronic drums in that it started the edrum phenomenon. For collectors, this is as rare as it gets. For music makers, this makes the analog sounds you can only get from the original. The large pedal changes the pitch or range, and the small pedal stops the tone or vibrato. The sound is based on sine, square, or triangle wave shapes. I purchased this in 1978 and played it in clubs during the era. Cosmetically, it is poor, but it works perfectly (including both snare settings), and it includes the pad (new backing behind a perfect head), the pedal, the head removal tool, a stereo 1/4" cable for the pedal, a mono 1/4" cable for the pad. The output is unbalanced 1/4", so you can use any guitar cable. The power supply is not original, but the one I have included is vastly superior and works perfectly (any DC supply between 18V and 25V works). As shown in the photos, there are no fader caps, and three faders stems are broken at the ends, but they are still functional. One side has a piece of the wood chipped off. These are extremely rare, typically sell for much more if they work. At the present, I can find no other complete and functional unit available anywhere."

Moog Source Synthesizer SN 3930 w/ Docs

via this auction

Yamaha TX216 Synthesizer w/ 7 MIDI Rack Modules

via this auction

That's one short power cord.

7 DX7 engines in a rack.

Korg Delta Vintage Analogue Poly Synth and Strings 289695

via this auction

Snyderphonics Manta 2009 Walnut

via this auction

"This is a first edition Manta with Amber LEDs only. Serial no 23.

It is a touch sensitive controller interface requiring a computer or MantaMate accessory to turn capacitive touches into midi, OSC, or CV information.

You can get super geeky with it in MaxMSP or SuperCollider, use a free third-party program like MantaJUCE to get MIDI to your program of choice, or get a MantaMate to convert your touches to CV signals."

You can find some demos of one in previous posts here.

Buchla Percussion Play

video by Todd Barton

"Buchla Spectral Processor, Frequency Shifter, LPG et al

Nested Vector Oscillator
Digital Resonator

My Patreon​"

ASTROGENIC HALLUCINAUTING - late night noiz for late night fiends

video by thenoiztemple

"ASTROGENIC HALLUCINAUTING - late night noiz for late night fiends - for more noiz:​ website:​ This is a series of live noiz and video noiz performances created during The Plague. #covid19​ #coronavirus​ #isolation​ #quarantine​ #spike​

Clip footage for feeding the Erogenous Tones Structure modules provided by: Syncpulse"

All controlled with:
Sequentix Cirklon and Gotharman's Little Deformer 3

List of noiz weapons:
Nava Extra 9
Synthstrom Deluge
SOMA Pulsar-23
Elta Music Solar 50
Technosaurus Microcon II
3x norns running scripts: Arcologies and two instances of Cheat Codes 2


Video synthesis:
3x Erogenous Tones Structure (with video clips provided by: Syncpulse)
Ming Mecca World Core
LZX Bit Vision
Critter & Guitari Videoscope, Rhythmscope and Eyesy

more noiz!


SPIKE the Percussionist

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CoRE - Constructs of Ritual Evolution
Fiddle Witch & the Demons of Doom
morgue city
Unified Space

Noise Engineering Black Spaghetti 2 -- Live Modular Synth Jam

video by Noise Engineering

"Another jam testing out some techniques for the blog.

Loquelic Iteritas percido + XAOC Tallin: Bass voice
Intellijel Plonk: Bell melody thing
SSF Stereo Dipole: other bell drone thing
Jomox Modbase 09 MKII + Autodyne: kick drum
Rossum Assimil8or: clap/hats
Electus Versio: verby things

XOR Electronics NerdSeq, SSF Muton, Mutable Instruments Branches, Bin Seq, Integra Solum, Confundo Funkitus, Variatic Erumption, and Mimetic Digitalis

Other audio stuff:
WMD Performance Mixer (meodic mix), SSF Vortices (percussion mix), WMD MSCL x2 (ducking and light master compression), ADDAC VC Spectral Tilt (master EQ), Sono Abitus"​

Knobotron - Tactile UV Reactive Knob Rings on MAKE NOISE 0-CTRL

via @knobotron

"Knobotron on @makenoisemusic 0-CTRL looks like an amazing work of art! #modularsynth #synthesizer #eurorack #eurorackmodular #knobs #3dprinting"

Works on other gear as well.

via Knobotron:

"Colored knob upgrade rings with a tactile pointer indicating the current position and allowing comfortable single finger tweaking. The knobs are fluorescent and UV reactive, generating an intense glow under black light.

Knobotron comes in packs assembled for specific synths, half the knobs in neon green and half in neon orange. A couple of extra rings are always added in so that you have more freedom to arrange your patterns.

Yamaha CS-80 Synthesizer Sound Selection Circuit Analysis

video by Bell Tone Synth Works

"I had the idea to do some videos breaking down how specific circuits or sections from different vintage synths work in step-by-step detail, and here's my first one, about how preset, memory, and panel sound selection works in the notorious/legendary Yamaha CS-80.

This video is meant to be more 'educational' than 'fun' and if you personally don't think it's fun (or musical) enough, that's OK!
It also requires at least a basic understanding of a few key electronics theory concepts to follow.

If you'd like to read a written version of this explanation and look at the diagrams/schematics in more detail, you can find it on our blog here:​"
You can find additional posts featuring Bell Tone Synth Works here.

Building a Fairlight CMI: Episode 4

video by Syntaur

"Cris Blyth is a brave man. He has a dream of taking a Fairlight MFX and upgrading it to a Fairlight CMI Series III. In this episode, Cris gets booted, sort of - but only after he calls in The Terminator, and experiences The Bad Thing."

Building a Fairlight CMI Episodes

Novation Circuit Tracks: Advanced Tips & Features

video by Gabe Miller Music

"A tutorial showing tips, tricks, and hacks for getting more out of the Novation Circuit Tracks."

Moog Subharmonicon Tutorial. Part 3. Fine Tuning in Cents. Pulse Width Manual Control.

video by Anton Anru

"This episode is devoted to classical Moog timbers that are played with a keyboard. We all know (and love) THAT moogish 3osc sound, and we can get it with Subharmonicon. And even more, as it has 6 oscillators. However, there's no Pulse Width and Fine Tune knobs, that help to make the sound phatter and more diverse. In this video I'm showing how to break this limit and create massive Moog leads, basses, and plucks.

Presets for Moog synths:​"

Moog Subharmonicon Tutorials by Anton Anru

Voltage Modular | VM2500 Collection - ARP 2500 Modules in Software by Cherry Audio

video by Cherry Audio

"Cherry Audio and MRB have collaborated to deliver the unique module features, stunning sound quality, and overall user experience of the rare and classic ARP 2500 synthesizer to the Voltage Modular platform. Every module produced for the original 2500 system has been recreated in perfect detail, including a couple that were planned but never produced (including a full-function oscilloscope and a spring reverb) and a mixer module that never existed, but should have! We’ve eliminated the matrix-switch I/O scheme and replaced all connections with standard CV jacks, and added bi-polar CV attenuators to all modulation inputs for full compatibility with all Voltage Modular modules. But most importantly, the tremendous analog sound and unique features of the original modules have been retained in their entirety, with a few small tweaks to improve the practicality of these 50-year-old designs. The recreation of the 2500 modules was a team effort, combining Cherry Audio’s extensive design experience with award-winning synth designer Mark Barton’s (MRB) DSP coding sorcery. The result is a virtual time machine of fat, impactful early electronic music history for the ears!

All 18 original modules produced for the ARP 2500 system have been recreated in perfect detail, plus a couple that were planned but never produced (including a full-function oscilloscope and a spring reverb) and a mixer module that never existed, but should have! We’ve eliminated the matrix-switch I/O scheme and replaced all connections with standard CV jacks, and added bi-polar CV attenuators to all modulation inputs for full compatibility with all Voltage Modular modules. But most importantly, the tremendous analog sound and unique features of the original modules have been retained in their entirety, with a few small tweaks to improve the practicality of these 50-year-old designs."

ID700 - iOS Application - Demo - Midiverse - TV

video by Midiverse - TV

"What's up everybody? Welcome to Midiverse - TV! In this video we're going to be checking out a new iOS application called ID700. Let's check it out!

ID700 is a software synthesizer based on the voice architecture of the Buchla 700. Sound generation is achieved primarily via FM synthesis and waveshaping."

Korg Minilogue XD - "Symbiosis" 50 Presets & 42 Sequences

video by LFOstore

"Welcome to the "Symbiosis" soundset for Korg Minilogue XD!


We hear you on our social media & after successful "Ambika" series for the original Minilogue - we are here with massive strings, lush pads & rhythmic

50 presets are ready to go in your track or inspire you on the new ideas/sketches

Minilogue XD goes forward after original one with new multi-oscillator,
user effects & modulation capabilities with a movements of updated joystick.

Inside of the pack:

Lush ambient Pads
Massive Strings
Cinematic Drones
Beautiful Plucks
42 Dynamic Sequences
Complex Arpeggios
Re-creation of famous sounds
Beautiful Poly sounds

You will find Moog,D-50 & CS-80 sounds here!

Re-discover your XD with our Kraft sounds."

Synth Jam |Episode8| Modal Argon8X & Cobalt8X

video by LFOstore

"In this video we will show Cobalt & Argon powers & playing our custom sounds in the jam.

Its a first video from the series we will make with Cobalt & Argon Synthesizer under official cooperation with Modal Electronics."

You can find these patches and mroe at

Another idea for gotharman filterboard

video by Meska

"I'm still waiting some parts for finishing the resonante LPG, but i have time and vactrol, so i'm trying things ;)
follow the tread on muff about the gotharman filter board compatible i'm working on :​

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 :

You can stream my albums and EPs at

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

Sound sculpting with Erica Synths Black Low Pass VCF, High Pass VCF and Filter Coupler

video by Monotrail Tech Talk

"Today we’re having a look at a brand new filter series for eurorack form Erica Synths. The series adds a high pass filter, a low pass filter, and a filter coupler module to the Black module series. The high and low pass filters can be used as standalone filters. The filter coupler module functions as a satellite module, so you can have your audio processed by both filters to add band pass and band reject functions to the filters.

We go over the features of all three modules. Then we dive into some sound demos and patches. First the low pass and high pass, and then when you combine the filters in series, or with the coupler module.

This video is sponsored by Erica Synths​

00:00​ – Intro
00:54​ – Overview
03:57​ – LPF intro
06:16​ – patch 1
07:08​ – patch 2
07:47​ – patch 3
08:14​ – HPF intro
10:30​ – patch 1
12:19​ – patch 2
13:09​ – patch 3
13:43​ – HPF & LPF
15:35​ – patch 1
16:11​ – patch 2
17:07​ – BP 1
18:04​ – BP 2
18:41​ – BP 3
19:12​ – BR 1
20:00​ – BR 1"

The Erica Synths Black Low Pass VCF is designed for analogue purists, who take sound design seriously. It’s highly stable, 24dB/oct resonant low pass VCF with voltage control over cutooff and resonance. Bonus features are post-filter overdrive circuit with user adjustable drive amount and the Black Filter Coupler connector.

Voltage control over cutoff and resonance
Gain loss compensation on high resonance
Cutoff CV attenuverter
Adjustable post-filter overdrive circuit
Filter coupler connector

RRP: 150 EUR (VAT excl.)

The Erica Synths Black High Pass VCF is designed for analogue purists, who take sound design seriously. It’s highly stable, 24dB/oct resonant high pass VCF with voltage control over cutoff and resonance. Bonus features are built in post-filter overdrive circuit with user adjustable drive amount and the Black Filter Coupler connector.

Voltage control over cutoff and resonance
Gain loss compensation on high resonance
Cutoff CV attenuverter
Adjustable post filter overdrive circuit

RRP: 150 EUR (VAT excl.)

The Erica Synths Black Filter Coupler is a satellite module to the Black High Pass VCF and the Black Low Pass VCF. It adds Bandpass and Band Reject filter functionality, both with adjustable center frequency and bandwidth, while both VCFs still can operate on their own. All modules have manual and CV control over all parameters, and that adds unprecedented nuances in sound design in your modular system.

Bandpass and Band reject filters
Manually adjustable center frequency and bandwidth
Voltage control over center frequency and bandwidth
NB! The module is designed to work exclusively with both the Black High pass VCF and the Black Low Pass VCF.

RRP: 90 EUR (VAT excl.)

See the dealers on the right for availability.

AKAI MPC One: Sampling some acoustic instruments (free download)

video by Floyd Steinberg

"Some more sampling on the Akai #MPC​ One, this time some acoustic instruments I have here. You can download this sample pack for free (seperated, normalized, named notes and chords and MPK files for MPC) here:​ . If you do so, please consider supporting my musical endeavours on, thanks!


00:00​ hello
00:30​ sampling...
00:45​ creating the accordion keygroup program
01:52​ setting the number of keygroups
02:04​ assigning and tuning samples
03:32​ assigning the rest of the samples
04:14​ global filter
05:20​ filter envelope
05:43​ amp envelope
06:15​ master volume
06:29​ synced lfo
07:22​ effects
09:29​ creating a short jam/demo track
10:26​ drums
11:10​ pad (accordion)
11:46​ sidechaining compression on the pad
13:23​ bass
13:58​ metallophone
14:20​ hang drum
15:19​ lead
17:39​ bye-bye"

Get 7% off on DistroKid with this link


The Alan Parsons Project - Sirius (1982) Cover - KOSmusic Extended Version

video by KOSmusic

"Visit my website:​

This is my extended version of a great instrumental classic from the 80s: Sirius by The Alan Parsons Project.

The original version of this track is an introduction to the song "Eye in the Sky" and was also used as background music in the NBA for the entry into the field of the Chicago Bulls in the 90s at the time of the legendary Michael Jordan! Furthermore, here in Italy, it was used for the final scene of the movie 'Lui è Peggio di Me' of the 1985 with Adriano Celentano and Renato Pozzetto.

I have always found this music so suggestive and powerful with its strong guitar/piano hits and its unmistakable melody. When I finished the first part of this track, I thought it would be interesting to try to do an extended version. I have chosen to keep its original features, managing the various instruments in order to maintain the structure that we all know very well. I only added some little guitar riffs with delay to enrich the second part of the track in David Gilmour-style of the "Pink Floyd".

As for the main sound, I chose a preset from the CS1x (Clavi_008) because I really liked its bright sound and that's what suited my version best. The sound of the strings also comes from the CS1x (Octavia_104). Since the CS1x keyboard has only 61 keys, in order to play the lowest notes of the piano in the video, I had to lower my synth by 2 octaves.

I hope you like this version :)"

Yamaha CS-15

via this auction

Audiothingies Micromonsta

via this auction

Yamaha TX7 w/ New Display

via this auction

"The legendary DX7 in a compact desktop package! Previous owner serviced the battery and some caps on the main board. I put a fresh OLED screen in a solid shimmering blue. Unit is a tank and has been excellently taken care of over the years and is ready for its next adventure. I have loaded a custom bank onto the device that has a mix of classic sounds and some sleepers worth using. The internet is full of thousands of patches so the sonic possibilities are the endless."

How To Draw a Mushroom With a Modular Synth

video by Bastl Instruments

"Draw a Mushroom with your modular synth! Fast and Eazy!"

UDO Super 6 Dry

video by Tarek Mansur

"UDO SUPER 6 DRY, trying out this super amazing synth without any external FX. I hope you like the sounds of this synth! It truly is magical."

HAINBACH's new software instrument with @Spitfire Audio​ made from vintage test equipment

video by HAINBACH

"In which I show what you can do with 'Landfill Totems', my new software instrument library with @Spitfire Audio​. From ambient to house and techno, to scoring, this instrument based on obsolete vintage test equipment covers a lot of ground. Available now for 29$/EUR in AU, VST2/3 and AAX format.

00:00​ Intro
00:16​ Sound Demos
01:19​ Music Demos
02:26​ Scoring a Documentary
04:50​ Scoring an AR app
05:40​ In other hands
08:13​ Instruments used
08:50​ Dev interview
12:39​ The album
13:53​ How much?
14:20​ Hardware jam

Get it here:​ (12.5% of all sales go to @WasteAid​, UK non-profit charity dedicated to sharing waste management and recycling skills around the world, fighting poverty, plastic pollution and climate change.)

Album:​ (ships from UK)"

Patch Notes: Alex Epton

video by FACTmagazine

"Alex Epton is a multifaceted producer and composer (also known as XXXChange), whose in-house role at XL Recordings has seen him work with FKA twigs, Arca and Jamie xx.. IN 2019 he collaborated with cellist Lucinda Chua on the soundtrack for the documentary film 3OHA.

Epton’s own personal studio practice focuses heavily on hardware, including modular synthesis and tape loops. In this episode of Patch Notes, recorded ahead of the release of his new EP The Episodic Buffer Vol 2, he creates an experimental piece with a selection of Verbos Electronics modules and touchplate controller together with manipulated vocals.

“Iʼm not using any fancy loop length randomization here on this patch although thereʼs some clips of that implementation on my Instagram,” Epton says. “Also the Verbos Electronics YouYube page has a well explained example of how to set that up.”

“The basic set up here is: Row A – CV out hits voltage scaling then into a quantiser locking it to an arbitrary major scale then into the v/oct input on oscillator A. Row B – CV out hits voltage scaling then into a quantiser, chromatic this time, then into the v/oct input on oscillator B.”

“Each channel of control voyage processor has an input for additional voltage to be added to the sequencer control voltage. This is our first transpose input. Here both sequences are transposed by the master variable CV out on the touch plate keyboard.”

“Thereʼs a second transpose input for oscillator B on the secondary CV in on that oscillator. You can see in the video itʼs got tape on it because the attenuvertor knob that scales this input is super sensitive and prone to accidental nudging. This second layer of CV transposition Iʼm using to drop oscillator Bʼs pitch to make some tension harmonies agains the main sequence. These tension notes are linked to three individual gate outputs on the touch plate keyboard. Those are summed together before they hit the attenuvertor.”

“So with this set up Iʼm happy to have only eight steps because thereʼs a lot of variety that can still be achieved. Also some interesting chromaticism can happen in the harmony when the one CV stream is quantised chromatic VS locked to a scale. A few individual gate outs on the top of the sequencer are summed together to trigger the drum that comes in midway through.”

“Thatʼs pretty much it. I used a tape loop of some manipulated vocals to get some extra atmosphere / randomness going – something to react to. That loop is manipulated through the rooms. Everything comes together at ye olde Sony 8 channel mixer. And recorded into a UA Apollo twin. Also the synth outputs are feeding an oscilloscope in X/Y config.”

The Episodic Buffer Vol 2 is released on May 7. Epton has also created an exploratory video game as a companion piece to the EP, in which you guide a six-limbed being through a psychedelic world.

Listen to ‘Games’, the first single from the EP here:​
Alex Epton on Bandcamp:​
Alex Epton on Instagram:​"

Spectrasonics Distorted Reality - a classic sample CD from 1995

video by SynthMania

A bit of Spectrasonics history.

"In this video we listen to demos of banks from the classic sample CD "Distorted Reality" by Spectrasonics, from 1995. Very successful sample CD back in the day, and still eminently usable in modern music production.

00:00​ Introduction
03:10​ Iceland 1
04:13​ Cricket Choir
04:56​ Solia
05:50​ Lost Horizon
06:40​ Creepy
07:39​ Taj Mahal 1
09:00​ Insomniac
09:22​ Bonham Burn
09:47​ Pigheaded
10:01​ White Trash
10:21​ Trip-Hoppin'
10:35​ Ring-Hopper
10:58​ Funk on Fire
11:19​ Hard Core 2
11:41​ Wild Ways
13:05​ Distressed
13:56​ Megapad
16:47​ Ethereal
19:36​ Conclusion"

1979 Yamaha CS20M - 15 patches demo

video by Valmont

"8 user memory slots (!!!), 2 VCOs + VCA Sine, Multimode VCF, 2 EG, 1 LFO (Up to 100Hz!), Portamento and a bunch of parallel modulations.
It shares almost all the same chips as found in all the CS Serie (From the tiny CS5 to the huge CS80). Inside you can find: IG00150 LFO, IG00151 VCA, IG00153 VCO (Pulse/Saw), IG00156 VCF (HP/BP/LP), IG00158 Waveshaper (Sine/Tri) and the IG00159 EG.
All these chips cost a fortune now, I hope none breaks (: It's not like CEMs/SSMs were you can find reeditions, these parts were specially made for the CS and there are not many anymore.
Tho my unit has a noisy VCA distortion, that's the high frequency buzz you can hear. I'll service it soon! Notice how straight and thin this synth sounds - it is extremely stable, and thanks its memories, it seems like the perfect synth for live gigs.
The filter reminds me of the Oberheim SEM, but it's less bright, as Yamaha's engineers set the max cutoff frequency to... 7500Hz. So we get the same behavior as in some Arp 2600 revisions: a restrained filter spectrum! Tho this doesn't make the synth bad at all ;)
I'll also add the fact that this synth is probably of the best build quality I have ever seen. Super heavy, big comfy controls. Inside everything is made very cleverly, top quality electronics. Yamaha also explained the whole synth circuits in the harware manual, I mean... They really described how the VCOs work, the memory encoding, etc... (​)
And despite being 42 years old, it is stable as hell, just like a brand new synth from these days. Japanese engineers were really good... Too good maybe ;)

0:00​ - Fonk Bass
0:13​ - 2-Lead
0:24​ - Synth 1
0:33​ - Synth 2
0:42​ - Multimode Bass
0:54​ - Saw Lead
1:10​ - Resonance
1:21​ - Moog-Like 1
1:29​ - Moog-Like 2
1:37​ - SnH
1:51​ - BP Arp
1:57​ - LP Arp
2:07​ - PW Bass
2:19​ - Chord Lead
2:41​ - HP Lead"

“IOLabs Flux 28 - Ambient” by Friendly Noise

video by Friendly Noise

"IO Labs Flux, Roland System 500, Strymon Magneto, Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas Alter, Native Instruments Plaits, SSF Vortices, ALM Akemie’s Taiko, North Coast Synthesis MKS 007 Leapfrog filter, Mutable Instruments Branches, Intellijel Plonk, WMD Crucible."

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