MATRIXSYNTH: Friday, November 12, 2021

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Friday, November 12, 2021

Rainger FX - Snare Trap Drum Machine with Pedals and Synths

video upload by Sound Isles

"From the creator of wild musical devices Rainger FX, comes a wild and interactive drum machine that you play through, with, and for. Play beats manually, customize rhythm and sounds, sync it to other devices, trigger individual drums with controllers and modular synth gates. The Snare Trap inspires new rhythmic ideas and brings the jams. Here I explore its sounds and connectivity while destroying it with fuzz pedals, and distant modulated reverbs.

Thank you Rainger FX.

Other pedals featured:
Hypersleep - Electronic Audio Experiments
T-60 Analog Modulator - Demedash Effects
Patchulator 9000 - Boredbrain
~900 Fuzz - Fairfield
Maybe - Mask Audio Electronics
Rooms - Death by Audio"

"The Rainger FX Snare Trap is a powerful groove machine in a small form factor, perfect for quickly building rhythmic backing tracks in your pedal board or your desktop setup. Combining analog and digital synthesis techniques, the Snare Trap features a bass drum, snare drum, and hi-hat, with various timbral controls over each. The big rubber pad is multifunctional, and can be used for either tap tempo or triggering snare drum fills and bursts of noise. Dedicated effects including delay and a filter are easily accessible via the front panel, allowing you to adjust timbres in real time, while intuitive edit controls facilitate quick adjustments to your groove patterns on the fly.

If you want to connect the Snare Trap to other drum machines or clock sources, it offers analog trigger inputs for each of the three drum instruments. This little groove box can also send its own clock signal via the Sync Out port, bringing any other instruments that receive analog clock signals into step with the Snare Trap.

The Snare Trap completes the conversation with the rest of your setup by featuring an input port which allows you to bring in your own line level sources from guitars, synths, or other pedals in your chain, with adjustable Hi/Lo gain settings to accomodate your source. A dedicated mix knob controls the blend between the input signal and the groove, allowing you to dial in the perfect balance for your one-person band!


Drum machine in a guitar pedal format
Bass drum, snare, and hi-hat sounds available
Tap tempo button can also trigger snare fills
Delay effect for snare drum
Global lowpass filter
Trigger inputs for each drum
Analog clock output
Dry/wet mix for blending input signals with the drum track
Volume control"

Lealani Boppin' on the QuNeo Red #short

video upload by Perfect Circuit

21 minutes of Yamaha RS7000 preset patches, no talking

video upload by Floyd Steinberg

"Now this is a lazy video ;-) But I'm sure someone out there might find this useful one day... Here's an index of 21 minutes of browsing patches on the Yamaha RS7000, a groove box from the early 2000s:

00:00 grand piano
00:36 e-piano 1 (dry & with effects)
01:20 e-piano 2 (dry & with effects)
01:47 glockenspiel
01:59 musicbox
02:06 vibes
02:17 marimba
02:29 tubular bells
02:35 rock organ
03:01 accordion
03:17 nylon guitar
03:29 steel guitar
03:46 tremolo strings
04:07 strings 1
04:19 strings 2
04:32 synth strings 1
04:42 synth strings 2
04:52 choir aaah (dry & with effects)
05:17 choir ooh
05:28 synth voice
05:47 saw lead
06:10 warm pad (opening and closing filter)
06:50 soundtrack (opening and closing filter)
07:09 goblins
07:45 telephone
07:53 applause (opening and closing filter)
08:30 rezo bass 1 (opening and closing filter)
09:00 a number of bass patches, arpeggiated and filtered
11:07 some pad sounds (opening and closing filter, lfos)
17:37 some plucked sounds
18:52 "synth material" bank (opening and closing filter)
20:04 "Band Instruments" bank"


Prophet-5: One Year On, Part 6 Of 6

video upload by Sequential

"We're celebrating the one-year anniversary of Dave Smith’s modern classic, the Prophet-5 (and Prophet-10) Rev4!

As part of the celebration, our family of Sequential friends asked Dave for the inside scoop on the vintage Prophet-5 and the Rev 4 — one year on. Watch all six installments here as we post them. And to learn more about the Rev 4 Prophet-5 and Prophet-10, visit our website:"

Sequential Prophet-5: One Year On posts

Prophet X Sample Stretch

video upload by O.Z. Hall

"This video demonstrates how to select a single wave from the 100 or so waves from the Prophet VS synth. These waves are included in the sample Type 'Synth' and Instrument 'VS Wave Table'. In this instrument the VS waves are mapped ( one wave per key ) across the keyboard.
Using the Sample Stretch feature of the Prophet X, we can select a wave (hit a key) then select "Sample Stretch" (a dedicated button). At this point, the one sample is stretched across the whole keyboard.
Find out what happens when you crossfade between two sampled instruments ..."

Sequential OB-6 Tutorial Lesson 9: Aftertouch

video upload by EthanJamesMusic

"This is a tutorial series for anyone who wants to learn how to do their own sound design using the Sequential Circuits (former Dave Smith Instruments) OB-6 synthesizer. The goal is to break this subject down into understandable and digestible bits of information that you can apply to your own electronic music. I am primarily a media or film composer, so we will learn ambient, techno, and EDM style sound design using the synth. This ninth video teaches you how to use the aftertouch function and some interactive possibilities of the control. Please leave a comment with any questions or requests and a like if this was helpful."

EthanJamesMusic Sequential OB-6 Tutorial Lessons

Bach on a Synth part 3- Sequential Prophet Rev2

video upload by Nicolas Melis

"J.S.Bach Partita No 2 - Allegro - with Sequential Prophet Rev 2 Synthesizer"

Taming the Beast

video upload by nbor

"I built two 84hp cases to condense a variety of eurorack modules and small cases into a unified instrument. It is all functioning now, so I'm starting to create with it. Here are my first efforts to make sense of what I have, a mid-tempo techno improv. Several euclidean rhythms and random voltages are driving this, along with interaction on the Sensel Morph."

Model:Cycles, Make Noise O-Coast, and Meris Polymoon Performance

video upload by Patchwerks Seattle

"In this video Kevin from Patchwerks performs on the Elektron Model:Cycles, with support from the Make Noise O-Coast and the Meris Polymoon.

From Elektron: 'Scale angles dense and jagged, glide over plains vast and fluid, or sink into mists of dissonance. To model is to shape the formless. Model:Cycles is a six track FM based groovebox that brings exploring into the heart of sound sculpting. With six unique Machines in one lightweight unit you can effortlessly mold rhythm and melody across the digital spectrum using instant, tactile controls. Exploration made attainable.'

Buy the Elektron Model:Cycles here:

The 0-COAST is a single voice patchable synthesizer. It's name reflects the fact that it utilizes techniques from both the Moog and Buchla paradigms (aka East Coast and West Coast due to their locations), but is loyal to neither and thus implements 0-coast synthesis.

Buy the Make Noise O-Coast here:

Meris Polymoon is a super-Modulated Delay inspired by cascaded rack gear.

Buy the Meris Polymoon here:
Demo by: Kevin Weber
Video by: Matthew Piecora (aka EZBOT)"

Torso T-1 Sequencer : How to Achieve Algo-rhythmic Patterns and More !

video upload by Perfect Circuit

"Join our pal Brian on a short jaunt through the magical realms of the Torso T-1 !

This algorithmic sequencer is a great tool for generating playable, evolving tonal patterns, as well as Euclidian rhythms. In this short video Brian shows us a hybrid computer/hardware synth setup with the T-1—and its 16 simultaneous MIDI channels—at the heart of the composition.

Check out more about the T-1 here :"

Q169 Oscillator ++ Pitch Modulation

video upload by synthesizersdotcom

"Pitch modulation demonstration for the Q169 Oscillator ++."

Additonal Q169 Oscillator ++ posts

SUPERBOOTH22 & SOOPERgrail22 Set for May 2022

Press release follows:

Berlin, November 2021


The successful SUPERBOOTH21 has shown how musical instrument trade fairs can work even during a pandemic. Due to the circumstances, the plan to esta- blish a new guitar fair has been put on hold so far. This September, a handful of guitar makers have already presented themselves at SUPERBOOTH21. Next year, the time has finally come and SOOPERgrail22 will be organized as its own event, with separate access and also at the FEZ-Berlin.

The idea of „Superbooth“ was already born 20 years ago and was cultivated in the first years in Frankfurt, with always new ideas, to an extraordinary, unusual trade fair concept. Six years have passed since the realization of an independent event in Berlin. During this time, a very personal and individual fair format has been established in the FEZ-Berlin. This development and the 20th anniversary will be celebrated on the eve of SUPERBOOTH22 with an exclusive evening event for our companions of the last 20 years.

As a special welcome for the new exhibitors from the guitar sector, a collective get-together for exhibitors and invited guests will be offered on the evening of 12. May - an opportunity to get to know each other, exchange ideas and meet again.

2G instead of 3G*

The planning of SUPERBOOTH22 and SOOPERgrail22 is based on the current

status of the official Covid regulations. For this reason, the organizers already point out that access to SUPERBOOTH22 and SOOPERgrail22 will most likely be bound to the 2G regulations.
This will allow for more indoor guests, the removal of time restrictions on indoor areas, and the prospect of possible reductions in mask requirements and minimum distances. A large number of exhibitors and visitors were already vac- cinated or recovered this year (2G). In order not to exclude anyone completely, it is expected that non-2G compatible visitors will still be allowed to attend with a daily PCR test.

*The so-called 3G rule (public spaces are only open to those that are vaccinated, recovered, or tested – in german: geimpft, genesen, getestet)

Here are the dates for SUPERBOOTH22 and SOOPERgrail22: SUPERBOOTH22: 12. - 14. May 2022

SOOPERgrail22: 13. - 14. May 2022

That is the short view into the future. But after 20 years of „Superbooth“, it‘s also worth taking a look back.

In 2002, during the Musikmesse in Frankfurt, a „Superbooth“ took place for the first time as an ambitious group exhibition and with its own concert event. This was the starting point for everything that followed. Again and again we hear how people involved at that time become enthusiastic when they think back to the first Superbooth stands. The Superbooth concept stood out from the normal tra- de fair routine even back then, just like the Superbooth events today in Berlin.
HerrSchneider: „Many of the current participants such as Doepfer, (Bob) Moog, Elektron, Vermona, as well as currently involved artists like Mono- lake, Toktok and others are still connected to our events and activities and certainly like to celebrate with us. We are looking forward to the op- portunity to celebrate such a long-lasting development with each other once again!“

To take HerrSchneider at his word, the Superbooth Berlin GmbH celebrates the round anniversary with a special event in the context of SUPERBOOTH22. On the eve of SUPERBOOTH22 - on 11.5.2022 from 7 pm - the organizers will hold an ex- clusive anniversary celebration with exhibitors and invited guests. All this will of course take place at FEZ-Berlin.


For the first time, SOOPERgrail22 will take place as a separately bookable, ca-
sual event for electric guitar manufacturers at FEZ-Berlin. The new event will be presented by Superbooth Berlin GmbH on two days, 13.-14. May 2022, as part of SUPERBOOTH22.
Exhibitors will showcase a selection of custom-made European electric and bass guitars in a separate area of the building around the K1 concert hall, in nearby rooms, on the Cinema presentation stage and in the open meeting areas.
A variety of presentations and concerts await guests at SUPERBOOTH22 and SOOPERgrail22 on several stages, as well as a large, shared outdoor area for both events with the popular catering options.

SUPERBOOTH22 will again be an open and broad experience at FEZ-Berlin.
There will be up to 200 exhibitors and plenty of space and fresh air around the Seaside Stage (Seebühne) and in the park. The Hüttendorf and the Fuchsbau will also be integrated into the program again. Both are in close distance and offer
a very unique atmosphere due to their location, which complement the event perfectly.
Concerts and performances will take place on a total of four stages indoors and outdoors. Those who want to do more than just look and try things out can create something of their own in different DIY-workshops and take it home with them. School classes and other children can try out the numerous, age-appro- priate workshops and approach the topics of music creation and sound explora- tion with some guidance.

The exhibition can be visited daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and the stage pro- gram continues into the evening. All those at home can keep their eyes and ears glued to the livestream and the trade fair radio.


1-day ticket* - 35 EUR (discounted 25 EUR)
3-day ticket* (THU, FRI, SAT) 90 EUR (discounted 70 EUR)
* SUPERBOOTH22 tickets are valid for everything and everywhere, including the SOOPERgrail22 area.

1-day tickets* 18 EUR (discounted 15 EUR)
2-day ticket* (FRI, SAT) 30 EUR (discounted 25 EUR)
* SOOPERgrail tickets do not entitle the holder to access SUPERBOOTH22.

The discounted prices apply to the unemployed, students, pupils, physically or mentally impaired.
Ticket sales will take place only in advance and online until further notice. All tickets will be personal and subject to compliance with the applicable regulations.

Website and more info: //

Microbrute Layover

video upload by poorness studios

"I recently had a 4-hour layover in SLC airport and instead of sitting there bored... I decided to create this video. All sounds in this video were made with the Arturia Microbrute, a Sony TCM-200DV tape player (tape loop courtesy of The Void Electronics), and my Apple iPad. All the footage used in the video was captured with my smartphone."

Livecoding the Elektron Octatrack with ORCΛ

video upload by EZBOT

"In this video I use two of my favorite song writing tools: the Elektron Octatrack MK2 and ORCA by Hundred Rabbits. If you are interested in learning how to program sequences in ORCA I have made a few tutorials on how to get started.

ORCA tutorials here: [posted here]

Buy ORCA here:

Octatrack MK2:

Elektron lessons:

EZBOT Links:"

The ARP 2600 M Arrives!

video upload by Alex Ball

"A look at the new ARP 2600 M from Korg."

0:00 Intro Jam
0:46 The ARP 2600 M
1:24 Demo 1: Slam Dunk
2:00 2600 M / 2600 FS
2:48 Demo 2: Reverberator
3:47 Size matters?
4:17 Demo 3: Pan Me Like One Of Your French Girls
5:05 The Filters
6:43 Demo 4: Funk Me Sideways
7:57 Summary / Thoughts
8:54 Outro Jam

Additional ARP 2600 M posts

SOMA Lyra-8 + CXM1978 // Getting lost in the process

video upload by Dexba

"It is quite difficult to describe the relationship between me and the Lyra.
On paper, it does very little, or way too much, much of it is nasty sounding, dirty, unpolished, difficult to tune and keep in tune, interpret the Attack & Decay pattern.
But, without me even noticing it, I always end up with very intense, involved jams, lasting several minutes, and I need to trim them down to do the sensible thing for the youtube viewers (and still almost 9 minutes).
There is something (sigh, I have to admit it) very organic, organismic, about how the Lyra behaves and how it forces you to interact with it.
It's the fear of the unreplicability (is that a word?), it's the gritty nature of the oscillators, with their seemingly random palette of harmonics that will eventually get in the way of tuning and creating chord, I really don't know. But I wouldn't trade it for anything else. Sort of. Tempt me!
Oh, and yes, that's the insanely for-no-reason expensive reverb pedal, and I am torn between liking it a lot on the Lyra and missing some of sparkling (or muddier at the same time) vibe of a BigSky or a DBA Room.
I definitely need to try the Cosmos tho!
I had a nice video in the making, with a sort of a Lyra review/comparison with the Solar50, but then life changed rapidly and I had to ditch all of that.
Now I am waiting for an Ornament-8 to complete my set with the Lyra and Pulsar-23 too, and I hope I will be able to show you something before the end of the year 💝
In any case, enjoy ✨"

Bad Gear - Novation Mininova

video upload by AudioPilz

"Welcome to Bad Gear, the show about the world's most hated audio tools. Today we are going to talk about the Novation Mininova. This classic compact synth suspiciously similar to the Microkorg has been turned into the Frankennova by the previous owner who just sawed off the keyboard."

00:00 Intro tune
01:16 Overview
04:50 Hate
05:17 Jam 1
06:17 Jam 2
07:20 Finale
07:49 Verdict

AudioPilz Bad Gear posts

The ARP 2600M Experience

video upload by Red Means Recording

"The Korg Arp 2600M is a "mini" version of the extremely classic Arp 2600 analog synthesizer. In this video I multitrack it to create 4 experiences that show off how it can sound. All sounds besides drums and noise risers are from the Arp. Keep reading for what's going on in each "experience"!

00:00 synthwave experience

classic synthwave sounds. captured midi for each part in ableton and then recorded the audio while playing the panel controls. arp, bass, lead, noise lead, drums. used amp and cab simulation in ableton on some parts to give more space to the mix and add some grit.

03:03 ring mod experience
fed a youtube video playing terence mckenna directly into the arp's preamp, then piped that to the ring modulator. the pre-amp signal also creates an envelope via the envelope follower that is used to adjust the filter cutoff. played around with a pass of just noise and effects, then added a repeating melodic line and a bubbling abstract arpeggio underneath.

06:27 collapse experience
the modwheel of your midi controller plugged into the arp can be used as a cv modulator for anything in the synth. i used it to do pitch-bends of specific oscillators to specific intervals, giving me a cool sort of duophonic slide lead thing. wanted to make a track that sounded like black moth super rainbow, but one the acapella dropped in it felt more like tabasco. I'm not complaining.

09:57 euphoric experience
the arp can be used as a duophonic synthesizer, meaning you can play two separate notes at once through the same filter and vca section. if you tune the third oscillator to a pleasant interval, you can get nice chords. that and the arp are the basis of this track. the acid rain maestro provides complex modulation to the filter which i bring in and out."

TubeOhm Jeannie 8 Voice Polyphonic DIY Synthesizer w/ FX Now Available

You can find demos in previous posts.

via TubeOhm:

The Jeannie DIY Synthesizer
What is it anyway ?

Jeannie It is an 8 voice polyphonic DIY synthesizer, 2 oscillators, 2 envelopes, multimode filter, waveshaper,2 LFO, ring, sync,FM , Xor,or, and a step sequencer . The oscillators have 945 different waveforms each. More than 2000 sounds can be stored on the SD-Ram card

*** Very new are the 10 adjustable waveshaper behind the filter. This gives . The synthesizer contains a digital FX, but it can be extended with up to 14 different effects (programmable and storable) via an additional board containing a DSP.

Jeannie - DIY Synthesizer, technical data

Power supply unit 12 V DC -minimum 1 A , plug 5.5 - 2.1 centre positive
micro SD RAM Karte 8..16 GB
Power consumption 3.6 Watt

8 Voices polyphonic
multimode Filter
2x LFO
different Waveshaper
945 different waveforms per oscillator
2 Oszillatoren pro voice
xor, xmod, modulo, and, or and FM
Step Sequencer - 4 Voice poly - in the latest firmware
8-fold unison mode with up to 16 oscillators / one voice
FX with Reverb, Chorus, Delay , Pitchshifter...../ external modul
adjustable clock frequency for the FX DSP - dirty effects
2048 programmes can be stored on micro SD card
graphic LCD display
Teensy 4.1
DIY friendly

Jeannie - DIY Synthesizer FX Board

___________Factory effects
clock rate ajustable 10...60 khz
low noise output
Chorus 1
Pitch shift
pitch shift/echo
Reverb 1
Reverb 2

__________Tubeohn new effects
Chorus 2 /5 stage
Stereo Echo/Rev

The FX board is based on a Spinsemi FV-1. At first we wanted to switch off the built-in effects programmes, but some of them are quite usable. We have also programmed 8 new effects.

New MeeBlip cubit duo: USB MIDI interface and MIDI thru

via Create Digital Music

"We’re pleased to introduce our latest addition to the MeeBlip line – the simple but essential interface and thru box for MIDI we needed ourselves. Here’s cubit duo.

You know the need. You’ve got some MIDI gear, and you need to connect it to your computer – or your iPad, or a phone, or a Raspberry Pi. You want it to work via USB. You want it to be reliable and for the timing to be solid. You don’t want to have to install drivers – or you’ve got a device (like a phone or Linux) that doesn’t work with Windows or Mac drivers.

Or you’ve got some cute compact synths and drum machines and boxes and… huh. They’ve got MIDI IN, but no MIDI out.

cubit duo solves all of this in one device. And it’s two gadgets in one (literally, because it replaces two devices we used to make separately).

Standalone, it’s a 4-port MIDI splitter – also known as a MIDI thru box. Plug MIDI into the MIDI IN jack, and whatever is sent to that input is sent simultaneously to all four OUT jacks – with near-zero latency, so it’s perfect for clock signal or anything needing ultra-tight timing.

Connected via USB to a computer or (with adapter) mobile device, it’s an interface and a thru box. It appears to the connected device as a 1×1 MIDI interface, but – here’s the twist – the MIDI OUT is sent to all four output jacks. Since MIDI has up to 16 channels, that can still work for four separate MIDI signals – but what you don’t get is the software lag some devices introduce. It’s a perfect way to connect four outputs without worrying about the interface adding any lag. (The usual lag and jitter the OS and computer add apply, but the four outputs will be in sync with one another.)

This replaces two separate devices – cubit splitter and cubit go – with all the benefits those devices offered. We got great feedback from all of you on those, but you clearly wanted them to be one device. We found a way to engineer that and add a simple switch to let you choose modes.

And you get all of this for US$79.95 / €79,95 (including VAT), shipping now."

KORG Stator by Sinevibes - NTS-1

video upload by Sinevibes

KORG Stator by Sinevibes - minilogue xd

"Stator is a tape wobble simulator for KORG prologue, minilogue xd & NTS-1. Designed and developed by Sinevibes. Product page:"

"Stator is a tape wobble simulator plugin for KORG prologue, minilogue xd and NTS-1. It uses a creative approach to replicate the effects of speed fluctuations in tape machines, namely wow and flutter due to uneven electric motor rotation, as well as scrape flutter caused by the friction of the tape against the tape head. The algorithm also models gentle phasing artifacts produced by crosstalk between the stereo channels. The processed sound has a beautiful stereo vibe and can go from gentle chorusing and coloration all the way to dramatic lo-fi pitch wobble."

Korg ARP 2600 M // 26 patch ideas // Review, tutorial & pros/cons

video upload by loopop

"A look at the new KORG ARP 2600 M, 26 patch ideas that will likely be applicable to the Behringer 2600 and other reproductions as well.

Get bonus content along with the ideas, tips and insights from this video and all my others in my ever-expanding book of electronic music ideas, tips and tricks here:

► Patreon:

0:00 Intro
1:25 Overview
5:05 Analog bitcrush
6:55 LFO as arp
7:35 Preamp relocation
9:35 Modulating depth
11:55 ASR env to AD
12:40 Snappy trig env
13:45 Fourth LFO
14:20 Proper PWM
15:25 More cables
15:50 The two filters
16:50 Filter overload
17:25 High pass filter
19:10 Chords
19:50 Useful dummy
20:10 Duophony
21:30 Mod wheel
22:20 Mod fade in
22:55 Portamento
24:35 More mults
25:10 Patch randomizer
26:15 Explore curves
26:55 Switch 2 to 1
27:45 Switch 1 to 2
28:50 Neg ramp LFO
29:55 Complex LFOs
30:45 Be recording
31:40 Pros & cons
33:55 Outro

Instruo Scion

via this auction

"This module is fantastic - especially for generative patches, and its randomness works with its biofeedback sensor. Connect this to a plant and watch the plant make music. My initial plan with my eurorack build was to create generative patches. However, after my system was complete, I decided to use my system for sound design (creating sample packs and libraries).

This module is in as-close-to-perfect condition as I barely used it, and I used Befaco Knurlies with washers to preserve its pristine condition. This module comes with the original box, power cable, and extra clips ordered off of Amazon.

The SCÍON is a biofeedback sensor built into a quad random voltage generator. This design is based on the MidiSprout by Datagarden ()

It translates biofeedback data, sourced from contact with organic surfaces, into musically useful control signals. Tiny fluctuations in surface conductance on organic materials stimulate control voltage and gate signal changes that can be used to modulate and permutate your patch. Dynamic control over biofeedback sensitivity allows you to quickly adapt any input source to a useful range of responsiveness.

Apply the sensor pads to your house plants, your own skin. When no sensor cables are used simply touching the capacitive Leaf electrode with your finger will create random voltages derived from life itself.

SCÍON offers the ability to make music with all living things."

Meng Qi Wing Pinger

via this auction

Banana version
100% mint. less than 2-3 hrs use.

Ensoniq Fizmo Transwave Digital Synth

via this auction

Malekko sticker on the right.

Vintage Casio SK-1 Sampling Synthesizer Keyboard w/ Original Box & Manual SN 1257025

via this auction

"Tested with a power supply and 5 AA batteries. Sampling works but can be finicky. The instructions seemed simple, but it would only record the sample if the sound was loud, so maybe an external mic would help. The battery compartment is clean and volume adjustment is static free. The box is heavily worn, manual is kind of worn. The actual keyboard is in really good cosmetic condition."

Moog Little Phatty Stage II Analog Mono Synth w/ Gig Bag

via this auction

"The Stage Version of Bob Moog's Final Design. Moog Music has released Little Phatty Stage II, an analog synth with its sound engine designed by Bob Moog in one of the coolest-looking packages ever. Little Phatty Stage II is the realization of Bob's dream to combine the Moog's great analog sound with an instrument that is not only accessible to most musicians in terms of price, and equally important, designed with live performance in mind. The Little Phatty Stage II is the normal production run of the Phatties, as the Tribute Edition is now sold out."

Arturia SQ80 V Sonic LAB Review

video upload by sonicstate

"Arturia's latest Software emulation is the SQ-80V which takes the classic Ensoniq SQ80 with its original waveforms and while it aims to be a faithful replication of the original adds several new features:
Total 400 waveforms, Arpeggiator, Unison, Multistage envelopes, Modulation Mixer and MPE capability.
As well as a selection of FX that can be loaded into four FX slots.

Exclusive Patches available on our patreon:

Chris [midierror] takes a look for us.
The SQ80 V is available in VST, VST3, AAX and AU formats priced at €199"

Strange Talk - "Starlight Ft. CM" - Luke Million Remix

video upload by Luke Million

"Earlier this week, my remix of Strange Talk's "Starlight Ft. CM" came out. So today I'm showing you how I put it together 🎹🕺✨

Stream the remix here -

Drums - Ableton Push 2
Synth Bass - Moog Multimoog
Synths - Roland Jupiter 4 & Oberheim OB8
Bass Guitar - e-instruments Studio Bass (Ableton pack)"

Prophet Rev2, Tape Loop, Stretchweaver, Bigsky | Lofi Ambient | ethereal ghostly soundscapes

video upload by Nate Connelly

"Lofi tape loop drones using a Sony TCM 200DV walkman cassette loop, sequential prophet rev2, drolofx stretchweaver & a strymon bigsky. Everything is directed through my SPL Goldmike pre-amp, through a Focusrite 18i20 and recorded into Cubase 11 Pro.

tapeloops, ethereal ambient, electronic music, ambient music, prophet, bigmuff, stretchweaver, bigsky, drones, drone music, cassette, walkman, noise music

℗ Nate Connelly"

OPERA ROTAS Jam snippets


"Just another jam. No previous patterns nor preparation. All on the fly.

OPERA ROTAS is a mutant drum machine and polysynth. It´s based around the audio chip of the Sega Genesis / Megadrive and live has an incredible sharp character, weight and body.

You can get one here:"

Patch n Tweak
Switched On Make Synthesizer Evolution Vintage Synthesizers Creating Sound Fundlementals of Synthesizer Programming Kraftwerk

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