MATRIXSYNTH: Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Roland System 8 | FM glass pad


video upload by MIDERA

"Working on recreating some sounds I loved from my old Yamaha TX7. Surprisingly, I felt I got pretty close to the sounds, although it's much easier to edit.

One of the only things that sucks about the System 8's FM implementation is that there's no way to have a static pitch across the keyboard to modulate the sound. Oh well."

WALDORF MICROWAVE SYNTHESIZER



via this auction

Arturia MatrixBrute Noir in Original Box



via this auction

Almost thought that sticker was an odd shaped box.

Sequential Prophet 6 & Boss BD2W Blues Driver Waza Craft


video upload by 3rdStoreyChemist

SCHMIDT SYNTHESIZER - DEMO 1


video upload by NOISEBUG

"Here are a few of our favorite patches from the Schmidt 8-Voice synthesizer."

https://www.noisebug.net/

Novation Summit - Chat & Jam ft. Mike Pensini // Novation Live


video upload by NovationTV

"Melbourne-based synth wizard @Mike Pensini joins -CALC- and Ehsan for a chat and jam with Novation Summit. Mike will share his favourite patch and performance tips, shred some keyboards, and discuss his diverse and exciting musical life as an in demand pianist, keyboardist, producer and Musical Director.

--- Discover Summit
http://bit.ly/NovationSummit"

Battle of the Delays -Sequential Prophet Rev 2


video upload by Nicolas Melis

"A video comparison of 4 Delay pedals with Sequential Prophet Rev 2.
Which one is your favorite? Let me know down in the comments.

Sequential Prophet Rev 2
EHX Deluxe Memory Man | Analog Delay
Way Huge Supa Puss analog delay
Crazy Tube Circuits —TI:ME
MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay"

slush1


video upload by zack dagoba

"Slushing around on the Buchla 200"

Simmons SDS7 1518 Top 12


video upload by The Simmons Guy

"Top 12 Kits from Simmons SDS7 1518. Eproms featured are:

BD1 - Linn LM1
SD - Linn LM1
T1, 2 - Simmons Electronic Tom
T3, 4 - Emu SP12 Tom
BD2 - Rhodes Polaris BD"

Soma Synths Pulsar 23 Patch From Scratch: Offbeat Textural Rhythms


video upload by Matt Lowery

"Listen: things get a little weird today. I want to talk about how to make a beat that's hard to dance to. In face, calling it a 'beat' is kind of misleading. More like a big steamy bowl of drum gumbo. Drumbo.

It's also maybe just a chance for you to see the Pulsar 23 in action. Stick around and hang out.

If you want to hear this technique in a musical context, check out my track 'Erstwhile' on the Mapsquest compilation:"

UVI SubCulture Orchestral for Falcon


video upload by UVI

UVI SubCulture Orchestral for Falcon | Overview

video upload by UVI

UVI SubCulture Orchestral for Falcon | Preset showcase

video upload by UVI

"SubCulture Orchestral for Falcon - Experimental Dark Orchestral Arts"
https://www.uvi.net/subculture-orchestral

Based on dark and unconventional orchestral sounds created with ensembles of strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion played at the lowest octave, discover 120 inspiring patches to add powerful cinematic sounds to your music, film, or game scores.

00:00 Intro
00:05 Imprint
00:27 Tremolo Wheel
00:37 Slow Burn
00:56 Two Handed
01:10 Box of Bees
01:21 Miner
01:44 Arrivals
01:56 Murder
02:12 Fall

Music and video credits: Théo G."



https://www.uvi.net/subculture-orchestral

"As an experiment we organized a number of specialized ensembles to capture a range of articulations and effects at the lowest octave possible. The recordings that resulted from these sessions express some of the most powerful and emotive sounds we've heard in an orchestral setting. This is the sonic foundation of SubCulture Orchestral.

Fusing the concept and aesthetics of SubCulture with the lowest registers of the orchestra, these incredible recordings were taken to the next level by our sound designers. SubCulture Orchestral delivers 120 unique and inspiring creations; delve into dark cinematic worlds while weaving shadowy string scapes, haunting brass sweeps, roaring taiko rhythms, gritty hits, and more. A perfect companion for anyone looking to add dark and unconventional orchestral sounds to their music, film, or game scores.

Each of the instruments in SubCulture Orchestral is designed to be expressive and playable, providing helpful controls and macros allowing you to sculpt your sound and create dynamic, expressive performances. As with all Falcon expansions, you have the ability to dig beneath the surface into each sound's patch structure, to manipulate and reshape it in any way you see fit.

Falcon's versatility and pristine sound quality is evident throughout this collection, utilizing numerous synthesis and sound design techniques and a robust use of effects and modulators. Sounds can all be quickly previewed, edited, layered or performed with nearly limitless variation thanks to Falcon's semi-modular architecture and rich library."

Noise Engineering | Free Plug-ins for your DAW!


video upload by Cinematic Laboratory

"Ever wanted a Ruina Versio but don't have the budget? Always wanted to have a polyphonic 'iteritas' oscillator that blends, bubbles, screams and morphs into amazing pads, metals, beats, bass lines and leads? Noise Engineering just released public beta's of their 95% finished DAW plugins. I normally don't cover plug-ins on this modular channel, but these are too good to be free. But they are! Free for everyone that has a Customer Portal account or is able to create one. Here's all you need to know: https://www.noiseengineering.us/blog/...

Sinc & Virt Vereor are synth voices with built in envelope, filter and chorus. Ruina is a pretty exact port of the Ruina Versio module code. This video is just me fooling around with the plug-ins for about an hour, so they're easy to install (remember they're VST3's on windows, so you need Ableton to find it) and even easier to play with them. Best with automation! Bandcamp: https://cinematiclaboratory.bandcamp...."

OB6 synthesizer repair and demo


video upload by Vykaar Tones

"I just got myself the sonically wonderful DSI/Tom Oberheim OB6 synthesizer.
Unfortunately there was a slight thump on voice 4 when listened to at high volume with no vcos or noise turned up. This was easily rectified by replacing the voice card with one supplied by Dave Smith - just like popping a ram simm into a PC. Just press calibration buttons two times and job done."

Interesting look at the voice boards.

ARPchives LIVE! May 12, 2021 with Marie Ann Hedonia ( aka Modular Marie)


video upload by Alan R. Pearlman Foundation

"Marie Ann Hedonia joins d'ARP (daughter of ARP inventor Alan R. Pearlman) for a an audio-visual spectacular concert and interview!

To see more of Marie's work visit:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtRo...
https://www.instagram.com/marieannhed..."

Adam & Eve (tape loop, modular synth, soft synth, & harp)


video upload by poorness studios

"I'm not really sure how to classify this track but I listened to this tape loop and it put me in the mood to create this video. I used my Sony TCM-200DV (playing a tape loop made by The Void Electronics), my Eurorack modular system, Alchemy soft synth, and my Aklot 15-string harp."

Norand Mono and a DB-01 - noodlings (no talking)


video upload by Richard DeHove

"Both the Norand Mono and the Erica Synths DB-01 are best known for furiously zipping along through 16-step patterns, although both can easily move into very different realms. While fiddling with the filter and resonance on the Norand (and applying envelopes separately to both) I came across an interesting effect where they sometimes seem to split off into two voices. I couldn't quite decide whether it was spooky, or had a sort of Arabian flavor. The DB-01 seemed a natural fit so I added a very simple drone-mode pattern. Both machines have an added touch of Valhalla delay in Reaper but are otherwise as you see them here.

My site: https://richarddehove.com/
Lots of downloads for supporters on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/richarddehove"

Angel Hair on a Glockenspiel


video upload by MAKEN0ISE

"We loved the 'Angel Hair on a Glockenspiel' sound so much we made a Morphagene Reel out of it.

Get it here: https://freesound.org/people/makenois...

In this video:
0:00 Discussion of the contour of this sound
1:40 Loading up the Reel
5:08 This Week's Listening Exercise
5:20 Outro

http://www.makenoisemusic.com"

Acousmatic Gestures posted here

This Agonizer synth update is lit! | iPhone support - Neon Nightmare Presets | haQ attaQ


video upload by Jakob Haq

"Agonizer synthesizer is now finally available for both iPad and iPhone. We've also fixed some bugs, added a new function to the Wobulator, including some new waveforms and then there's the Neon Nightmare preset pack, containing 100 new Cyberpunk and Cyber terror inspired sounds! Check it out!

GET AGONIZER ► https://apps.apple.com/us/app/agonize..."

Nord Lead 2X & Strymon Big Sky - Cinematic Journey


video upload by LFOstore

"We took our Cinematic Sounds for Nord Lead 2/2X
https://lfo.store/shop/hardware-synth...

And blend them with all the deepness of Strymon Big Sky.

Enjoy the flight!"

Yamaha TX802 "Flashback" Soundset 128 Sounds


video upload by LFOstore

"Flashback” programs bank for Yamaha six operators FM-series synthesizers (TX802 / DX7mkII / DX7) include 64 professional production-ready patches for making music in different genres: electronic, synth-wave, synthpop, ambient, cinematic.

https://lfo.sellfy.store/p/yamaha-tx8...

“Flashback” distributing by a few standard SYX-files and DXM/DXP-files for DX Manager sound editor (https://www.fm-alive.com/pages/DXM.aspx).

Also, you may use Dexed (https://asb2m10.github.io/dexed/) for play or edit individual voice patches (see below for details).

Yamaha TX802 programs memory divided into voices memory and performances memory: one voice stores standard DX7 patch, one performance may include up to 8 standard DX7 patches. 'Flashback' programs bank includes 64 voice patches, stores in TX802 internal voices memory, and 64 performance patches, stores in TX802 internal performances memory.

All programs of “Flashback” program bank divided into 6 categories and marked by prefix in patch / performance name:
• PD – pad-style sounds with long or very long attack for backgrounds or main themes. For some of pads you should wait for a few seconds to sound “open”. All pads are useful in cinematic / ambient genres.
• SEQ – plucked sounds for build sequenced and arpeggiated parts in different genres.
• BS – bass programs to use in different genres.
• SYN – synth-like polyphonic sounds with short/mid attack to playing melodies and themes.
• ATM – atmospheric pad-style sounds with long or ultra-long attack for backgrounds.
• EFX – sound effects.

Made by talented Andrew Deviatikh – Saint-Petersburg based composer, sound producer, sound designer, keyboardist, and live performer."

Farfisa Syntorchestra 4 1980 Mono / Poly Italian String Machine w/ Original Gig Bag



via this auction

"Very rare Italian keyboard from 1980 with original soft case made by Farfisa. It has been serviced a couple of months ago, it works great.

It consists of mainly two sections, polyfonic and monofonic, but there are really four.
Rather than it's simple predecessor Syntorchestra 1, the Syntorchestra 4 has a lot in common with the Farfisa Soundmaker.
It shares the same presets and basic specs.

Poly section:
Separate output, volume and tuning
6 polyfonic presets in 3 sections, with vibrato option:
Section 1: Piano, Honky tonk, harpsichord
Section 2: Strings - with separate decay control *
Section 3: Brass and Reed presets, great warm synth tones.

Separate vibrato for the poly section.
The poly section can be routed to the Mono section via the button Poly in Mono. LFO and attack / decay.

Mino section:
Separate output, volume and tuning.
Pitch bend.
8 monofonic synth presets, modifiable LFO: Speed, Vibrato, VCF, brilliance, emphasis (envelope).
Portamento.
Mono preference - when you play chords, you can choose if the mono section triggers the lowest or highest note.

The bag is in less great shape, zipper works but needs love, one shoulder strap had been replaced."

Roland JD800



via this auction

"One of Rolands best synths in recreating an analog sounding but digital synth. This monster is so clear sounding it cuts through so nice in live and in studio environments. It’s a D50 on steroids! This baby is flawless frozen in time. Every slider has been cleaned and thoroughly serviced."

Blue UDO Audio Super 6 12-Voice Polyphonic Binaural Analog-Hybrid Synthesizer w/ Original Box



via this auction

"Fully upgraded to 0.26 firmware (the newest one) and full of absolutely sublime patches from the newest UDO patch bank."

ARP Quadra



via this auction

Roland Juno-6 SN 160924 w/ Original Hard Case



via this auction

Korg MS-10 w/ Original Box, Manual, Settings Examples & General Catalog



via this auction

Behringer Shares Syncussion SY-1 Pics



Next on Behringer's radar? Three pics of their version of a Pearl Syncussion SY-1 in their standard desktop rackable case.

Ouroboros Gemini • DIY Semi-Modular Percussion and Noise Synthesizer • Rhythmic Demo


video upload by Ouroboros Electronics

"Gemini is a beginner-friendly DIY synthesizer existing at the crossroads of a primitive rhythm box and a chaotic west-coast system. With a low part count consisting only of common thru-hole components and a pre-drilled front panel intended for mountable legs; Gemini is a very approachable and ideal entry into the world of synth DIY while also being a worthwhile instrument in its own right that would still satisfy an advance builder and synthesist. Gemini consists of two individual resonant low pass filters which are each pinged by separate LFOs to create percussion such as clicks, crackles, pops and bubbling sounds in the vein of Serge and Hordijk sonics, as well as sounds akin to those of early drum machines. The LFOs each have gate outputs and rate modulation inputs, and there is a third, slower LFO with a gate output as well which can modulate either or both of the other LFOs. Using the banana jacks, the LFOs can be patched together to create syncopated rhythmic interplay between the two resonant voices or patched to create modulated patterns of spontaneity and unpredictability.

The resonance on the filters can also be brought into self-oscillation. Individual outputs allow the possibility of panning and processing each voice individually. It can also be connected via an optional ground jack for use when cross patching with other banana gear. The Gemini PCB and front panel set is now available for $50USD + $8.50 shipping within the US.

To order - email: ouroboros.electronics.us@gmail.com or visit the Ouroboros Electronics store on Reverb.com. Please visit www.ouroboros-electronics.com for more info including the BOM and a Q&A."

via this auction

"Printed circuit board and front panel for Ouroboros Gemini DIY synthesizer project. This listing is for one PCB and front panel only. Gemini is a standalone patchable synthesizer that can either be supported by standoff legs (as seen in the later photos) or mounted into a homemade wooden enclosure. These PCBs are lead-free and RoHS compliant. All components, enclosure, and building tools + materials must be sourced separately.

Gemini is a beginner-friendly DIY synthesizer existing at the crossroads of a primitive rhythm box and a chaotic west-coast system. With a low part count consisting only of common thru-hole components and a pre-drilled front panel intended for mountable legs; Gemini is a very approachable and ideal entry into the world of synth DIY while also being a very worthwhile instrument in its own right that would still satisfy an advance builder. Gemini consists of two individual resonant low pass filters which are each pinged by separate LFOs to create percussion such as clicks, crackles, pops and bubbling sounds in the vein of Serge and Hordijk sonics, as well as sounds and rhythms akin to those of early drum machines. The LFOs each have gate outputs and rate modulation inputs, and there is a third, slower LFO with a gate output as well which can modulate either or both of the other LFOs. Using the banana jacks, the LFOs can be patched together to create syncopated rhythmic interplay between the two resonant voices or patched to create modulated patterns of spontaneity and unpredictability. The resonance on the filters can also be brought into self-oscillation. Individual outputs allow the possibility of panning and processing each voice individually. It can also be connected via an optional ground jack for use when cross patching with other banana gear. Please visit the Ouroboros Electronics website for more info on Gemini including the BOM and a Q&A!

Please note that listing is for the circuit board and front panel only. All components and tools will need to be sourced individually. The BOM as well as a manual and Q&A can be found under the DIY section of the Ouroboros Electronics website. Gemini PCBs / Front Panels are shipped via USPS Priority Mail. We do not accept returns and do not claim responsibility for a non-functioning build."

WAVE Modular Synth Improvisation 2021 Vol.2


video upload by Akihiko Matsumoto

"Music by Akihiko Matsumoto: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1tZMm...
Sequence: Ableton Live, Cycling '74 Max/MSP, 2hp Euclid, 2hp TM
Mix: Ableton Live
CV Converter: 2hp MIDI, Expert Sleepers ES-8
Drums: WAVE / Hardwave Samplepack 2​.​0 (https://akihikomatsumoto.bandcamp.com)
Synth1: Bitbox - Morpheus
Synth2: Braids
Synth3: Disting mk4 - Curtis Filter
Bass: Piston Honda mk3 - Warps

FX: ISO Stutter (https://gum.co/lOqnx)
Delay1: D7 Stereo Delay (https://gum.co/aVqFq)
Delay2: Ping Pong Delay (https://gum.co/CwQYm)
Sidechain: SideChain Gate (https://gum.co/btZHbL)

MIDI Controller: novation LAUNCH CONTROL XL
Reverb: Valhalla Vintage Verb
Limitter: iZotope Ozone9
Camera: Sony a7RII (Zeiss 55mm F1.8)"

Sequential Prophet 600 poly-mod sounds


video upload by Valmont

0:07 - Poly-mod 1
0:47 - Poly-mod 2
1:21 - Poly-mod 3

https://linktr.ee/Valmont

ENNER (SOMA lab) demo video


video upload by Vlad Kreimer

"All sound in this video is ENNER without any additional FX and multitrack recording."

follow-up to this post

KORG modwave Demo & Review


video upload by musictrackjp

DEMO by Katsunori UJIIE.
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