MATRIXSYNTH: Sunday, August 29, 2021

Sunday, August 29, 2021

Sequential Take 5 Synth Filter Demo - LPF Technical Demo - SSI2140


video upload by Creative Spiral

"This is not really meant to be a musical demo, but rather a technical demo of the 4-Pole low pass filter on the new Sequential Take 5 synth. I show filter sweeps with various Osc/Noise setups, and many different resonant and drive settings. In addition, there's some examples with the Vintage Knob.

This shows off the core sound of the Take 5... just oscillators directly into the filter, without any sound design or effects. It's got a lot of Prophet mojo, as it uses the same filter as the New Prophet 5 Rev4 for 1/2 mode. (the SSI2140)
What do you think?
0:00 Intro
0:52 Initialized Single Saw - Filter Sweeps
3:17 Self Oscillating Filter
3:42 Two Saws Mixed - Filter Sweeps
5:16 Filter Drive Added - Filter Sweeps
8:05 Voice Overdrive / Distortion Examples
9:43 White and Pink Noise - Filter Sweeps
11:15 Adding Vintage Knob Offsets - Filter Sweeps
15:39 Some Vintage Knob Notes
16:38 Final Thoughts, Subscribe for More Take 5 Info"

Nucleus Oscillator 3


video upload by Mike @ Artisan

"Demo of the third and only digital oscillator in the Nucleus... and it has a few tricks up its sleeve."

Arturia Origin Desktop Virtual Analog Synthesizer



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How to make the RetroSound Intro Sound


video upload by RetroSound

"The RetroSound Channel Intro Sound is a mix of 3 different sounds. Start with the Moog Taurus Bass Pedal and a long attack Roland VP330 choir sound. End with a Yamaha DX7 sound.
That's all."

Dronefinger


video upload by zack dagoba

"A simple feedback drone thingy on the Serge Modular (a Paperface system mostly from the early 1970s), plus some visual video feedback too (Panasonic WJMX50 video mixer and JVC KY1900 camera)"

Floyd Steinberg Track: "Ashes To Ashes" (MPC, PEAK, DX, EX5, Guitar, Piano)


video upload by Floyd Steinberg

"Here's a track called "Ashes To Ashes" I recorded using the MPC One, which is sequencing ALL MY GEAR. ;-) EX5 is in multimode, doing the pad and the lead sound (lead was routed through audio output 3&4). Reface DX is doing the bass drone, PEAK is on that arpeggiated, filtered riff, and MPC is doing drums and that choir patch. There are some guest stars in this video:

Xavier Radix
Lanthan O'Ide
Wallmenis

If you like this song, it's also on bandcamp. https://floydsteinberg.bandcamp.com/"

PPG wave 2.3 Sequencer and Arpeggiator Quick Tutorial


video upload by synthlegends

"The PPG Wave 2.0, 2.2 and 2.3 are legendary hybrid synthesizers with digital waveforms and SSM Filter Chips. All attempts of wavetable synthesizer later on didn't got the unique and shining sound of the original. But the Wave was extremely buggy and the GUI was a nightmare. Especially the sequencer and arpeggiator is everything else than intuitive. In this video I demonstrate the basic functions to program the Sequencer and Arpeggiator. For me its still a secret why you have to select cryptic and nonlogical numbers to set the Arp Mode and Speed,

Nevertheless I hope that Behringer will establish a new clone of the Wave which has the great sound but get a modern interface."

Some more EEH Banana Synth Sounds


video upload by umusic6

umusic6 EEH Banana posts. See the EEH label for more.

Alesis Ion Demo - Smells like vintage digital in here [NO TALKING]


video upload by Marshal Arnold

"Today we have the Alesis Ion, an analog modeling synth that released in 2003 featuring 8 voices, 3 oscillators per voice, 2 multi-mode filters with 16 filter types. The Ion is also 4 part multi-timbral.

Some of the patches demoed are paired with an instance of the BlueARP VST plugin through Ableton Live. I've indicated which sounds are using BlueARP in the time stamps below.

Patch time stamps:

0:00 Dutch Choir
0:35 String Dream
1:17 Steam Valve
2:16 Intruder
2:44 Intruder with BlueARP
4:20 Mini 5th with BlueARP
4:39 Default with BlueARP
5:04 Wahavishnoid with BlueARP
6:04 Warperhein with BlueARP
6:36 Sizzler
7:50 Electrail SAY"

Roland HS-60 Demonstration


video upload by Vintage Synthesizer Solutions

"From our instructional video about how to replace the infamous voice chips on the Roland HS-60 and Juno 106. All sounds were made by the HS-60 and recorded without the use of effects, excluding the drums from the TT-606.

Watch the voice chip tutorial here :"

Roland Juno-106/HS-60 Voice Chip Replacement + Demo Track~


"Please join us while we show you how to replace the voice chips in a Juno-106/Juno-106S/HS-60. This video is quite long, but our goal when making this video was to create as comprehensive of a step by step guide as possible. Some important points are repeated multiple times intentionally, please ensure you heed all warnings if you plan to attempt this job. Alternatively, if you have any tips or best practices from your own experience, please don't hesitate to share them in the comments. We genuinely hope it is helpful for some of you. At the very least, it should give you a very good idea if this is something you'd even want to consider attempting yourself ;). The background music & demo track using this synth @ the end are also all original content!"

Roland Boutique JU-06 Synthesizer SN Z7F0066 w/ Original Box



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Novation Supernova II Rackmount Synth



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Yamaha FS1R FM Synthesizer





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Japanese Poetry Trainer SN 028830



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Vintage Rare 1980’s Dr. Böhm Hobbyton Analog Organ Stylophone Synthesizer



via this auction

"This is the original 'Hobbyton' from Dr. Bohm.

It is a sytolphone organ in the original plexiglass case.

The organ was built in the early 80s and is in excellent and clean condition. It is played with a contact pen.

The organ is tunable, 2 octaves switchable and has a vibrato function as additional effect.. The device has its own amplifier and speaker.

The original user manual with music samples is also included and a lot of other information.

The instructions manual is also included (colored paper copy).

The device is works with a 9V block battery (not included).

The Böhm Hobbyton is in excellent condition and works 100%."

Blue Roland SH-01A Boutique Synth w/ Decksaver Case & Original Box



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Alesis A6 Andromeda 61-Key Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer



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Oddball As Spherical Velocity Sensing Bouncy Percussion Interface


video upload by Perplex On

"Giving #oddball another spin using some own #maxforlive mapping. Hit strength is mapped to pitch height while velocity is also modulating some physical modeling parameters of #abletonlive #collision. This test just uses the velocity data coming from Oddball but there eventually will be an update which will also utilize gyroscope data. This will hopefully allow for even more versatility in mapping gestures to musical parameters. Audioreactive visuals made with #VisualSynthesizer and Uzu visualizer on iOS."

Best Ambient Synth Shootout #114: Kasser DAFM Synth - Song 3


video upload by Christian's Sonic Spaces

Christian's Sonic Spaces Kasser DAFM posts

"This is the third (quite dystopian) song with the DAFM Synth. It's an FM synthesizer based on either the YM2612 Yamaha chip (used in SEGA Genesis / Megadrive home consoles and various SEGA arcade game systems, including the Mega-Play, System 18, and System 32) or the cleaner sounding YM3438 chip (as in my DAFM) without the crossover distortion in the output. Both sound chips have six channels with four operators per channel.

I used for the recording the following FX chain: DAFM - KMA Machines CIRRUS - Pigtronix Echolution 2 Deluxe - GFI System Specular Reverb 2. Depending on the recorded track some FX are deactivated

The signal went through a Presonus StudioLive 16.0.2 into the PC for recording. To create the complete song I recorded consecutively several stereo tracks. The final song was then mastered with a bit EQ and compression on some tracks and some limiting on the master track."
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