MATRIXSYNTH: Friday, March 4, 2022

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Friday, March 04, 2022

Dirty Sounds with Gotharman's Tiny LD + Infernal Noise Machine Eurorack Synth #TTNM


"Gosh, I'm pretty tired from this week, but I still wanted to record ... something ... with my Gotharman TinyLD granular workstation synth and Flight of Harmony's Infernal Noise Machine INM-E Eurorack noise synth ... so here is ... something :D Have a nice weekend!

INM-E audio goes into the TinyLD, where it's processed by granular sound FX and side-chain compression. The TinyLD then plays some synthesized drums, a bass line and two metallic bleeps and bloop voices. There are also two additional INM-E noodle recordings with some FoH Sound of Shadows delay going on, where I just explore around the domains more or less audibly.

I love to hear from you and talk about synths and stuff, so always feel welcome to post a comment or send me an e-mail to:

Strymon Timeline: Complete walkthrough

video upload by Richard DeHove

"The Strymon Timeline delay came out in 2011 and more than a decade later is still regarded by many as the best delay pedal. You can find thousands of videos featuring the Timeline but curiously I couldn't find a noob-level tutorial that covered the stuff I wanted to know - so I made this one.

I go through the Globals menu, front panel operation, common parameters and every delay type. For each delay type I create a "starter" preset.

This isn't a beautiful-sounds video, it's all about configuring the machine and understanding all the settings. The only things I don't get into are the looper, expression pedal and MIDI CC. What shines through after only a few minutes use is the beautiful coherance of this machine. It's logical and consistent. It's curious how clones and competitors often fail in that area.

The only thing I'm disappointed with is that I bought my Timeline just before the "Midnight Edition" was announced. If I go completely insane and feel compelled to throw money away I might sell this and re-buy - but how stupid would that be?

Finally, if you're listening through headphones you may hear a little street traffic noise from time to time. Apologies. I'm well soundproofed but apparantly it was Roaring Engine Day.

Ensoniq Fizmo (Shit, cold dead hands, I guess) Transwave Synthesizer

via this auction

Nord Modular G2 Expanded 37-Key Synthesizer

via this auction

Nord Modular Rack Desktop Synthesizer

via this auction

Access Virus KB SN 10001348

via this auction

"This is a monster virtual analog synth, with 24 voice poliphony, up to 82 simultaneous effects, 6-stage stereo phaser with 24 filter-poles, chorus/flanger, ring modulator, multiple forms of distortion, an analog boost algorithm, an envelope follower, and much, much more. This beautiful synth has a full sized keyboard with 61 velocity and aftertouch sensitive keys. Capable of pretty-much anything that can be done with a synth architecture of this sort. "

Korg EX-800 Programmable Polyphonic Synth Module

via this auction

Yamaha CS-80 - The Goss Demo

video upload by Rosen Sound

"Eli Goss sits down and plays our Yamaha CS-80 Synthesizer paired with a Meris Hedra and DBA Rooms reverb. This short demo captures some ambient sounds from the CS-80, and is part of a series of videos we will be posting showing off other sound types and playing styles"

Soundtoys to Donate 100% of Purchases to Ukraine Relief

via @Soundtoys

"F*$K THIS WAR. As of now we are now donating 100% of sales thru March 8 to organizations providing immediate aid to the people of Ukraine and those displaced by this senseless war."

Roland JD-08 Tweaking the Beast JD-800 Boutique Synthesizer Rik Marston

video upload by Rik Marston Official

"Roland JD-08 Tweaking the Beast"
Synthesizer demo by Rik Marston
**Watch in HD!** **Turn it up!**
It's the Roland JD-08 Boutique synthesizer!
It's the JD-800 for a fraction of the classic! It sounds fantastic!
This is the Roland JD-08 Boutique synthesizer with no extra FX.
Fun to tweak & sounds fantastic! More of this synthesizer to come!
Thank you to Jeff Williamson for being super cool!
BTW that is a 101 gram Chondrite Meteorite from Algeria
right above the JD-08! It sends you ***Positive Cosmic Vibes!***
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A Few Nice Sounds: Jamie Lidell and Microcosm

video upload by Hologram Electronics

"For this installment of A Few Nice Sounds, Jamie Lidell uses his custom MIDI patch to open up new possibilities with Microcosm.

You can find Jamie's patches over on his Patreon here:"

355 2010 Before the Flood

video upload by Boele Gerkes

"Various sampled MOTM modular wave forms, shaped and played with two Waldorf Blofelds.
Drums from various samples."

Sequential Take 5 Cobalt 5 S - Synth Jam

video upload by sonicstate

"Another in our occasional series where we take a couple or more items and have a noodle. This time its the Sequential Take 5 - the analogue VCO and VCF 5 voice poly synth (see our review) and the Modal Electronics Cobalt 5S - a DSP based 5 voice synth.

BONUS DOWNLOADS: We sampled a few choice sounds from these in free Decent Sampler format for you to enjoy via our

Have a great weekend."

Taetro: In Sequence - Studio Gear // Novation

video upload by NovationTV

"In this Artist: In Sequence episode we caught up with Taetro, a producer/content creator living in Los Angeles, to talk about what it takes for studio gear to get a permanent spot in his setup, as he reflects on his creative process and his music-making environment.

--- Discover Launchkey:"

Novation Launchpad X | Launchpad Mini | v1.0.5

via @WeAreNovation

"Launchpad X & Mini v1.0.5 is now live in Components, which includes improved clock sync at higher bpm values, bug fixes and other improvements ➤…"

Matt Johnson Jamiroquai Exclusive!! Waldorf Iridium Synthesizer keyboard version

video upload by

"This new synth is an absolute beast with 2 synth engines and amazing poly aftertouch!

All rights reserved."

See this post for full details on the new keyboard version of the Waldorf Iridium.

Behringer w/ KORG's Hiroaki Nishijima Introduce the Hirotribe Soul


"In 2019, Hiroaki Nishijima, the legendary synthesizer engineer, who designed the famous Korg MS-20, joined us in our mission to create amazing synthesizers everyone can afford. Hiroaki is watching this space, so please send him some love:-)

Listen to Hiroaki himself:

"The 'Hirotribe' is one of the analog synthesizers I always wanted to achieve. 'Hiro' of 'Hirotribe' was taken from my first name ‘Hiroaki'.

I designed and developed the 'Korg Monotribe', but I really wanted to make an evolved version of it. Fortunately, Uli Behringer kindly agreed to my proposal.

I devised the panel design, specifications and the first schematic. Various specifications were added or changed during the development process, and each time the project members had a hard time. However, looking at the 'Hirotribe' that was completed in this way, the hardships seem to be a nostalgic story. Thank you to all the project members, you did a very good job and I am very happy.
Now that the product is completed, I would be honored if you could all enjoy this 'Hirotribe' with my heart." - Hiroaki Nashijima.

The Hirotribe is an incredible Groove Synthesizer, which is now fully completed. Once we receive the semiconductors, this beauty is on the way to you. Suggested price is US$ 99. We have planned for many more synths under Hiro’s leadership.

What’s under the hood of the Hirotribe?

Portable Analog Groove Synthesizer with 2 DCOs, Drum Machine and Sequencer
- Analog groove synthesizer with built-in drum machine and sequencer
- Pure analog signal path based on authentic DCO, VCF and VCA designs
- 2 individual oscillators with saw, triangle and square waveforms
- Noise generator dramatically expands waveform generation
- LFO with 3 wave shapes for modulating both pitch and filter cutoff
- Single knob envelope generator with 3 continuous parameters Attack, Decay and Sustain
- Analog drum machine with bass drum, snare, closed hi-hat and open hi-hat
- 16-step motion sequencer with and memory slots
- 27 touch-sensitive keys for great playability with non-scale notes function
- Sync Input and Output to synchronize with your other synthesizers or drum machines
- USB Micro connector allows powering via smartphone, power bank or computer
- Comprehensive MIDI implementation (including NRPN/CC control of all parameters and bulk load/save)"

See the Behringer label for more.

Bad Gear - Philips PMC 100

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 Philips PMC 100 Composer. This 80s groovebox/workstation thing and weird combination of an FM synth and a tape deck is the only Philips instrument that I am aware of. Will it replace your Yamaha DX7?

00:00 Intro tune
01:13 Overview
05:07 Hate
05:35 Jam 1
06:29 Jam 2
07:22 Finale
07:50 Verdict

"upward" | live version | buchla easel command | ttmc 158 | strega | eurorack modular synthesizer

video upload by Elinch

"proud to be part of tone science volume 6. this is a live version of my studio track "upward" from the compilation protons and neutrons. peace and stop all wars. there are more important things to do in our world."

bandcamp prerelease 4th march 2022

here is a demo mix for tone science module no.6 protons and neutrons.

various artists tone science module no.6 protons and neutrons DiN:TS06
release date 18th march 2022 / bandcamp prerelease 4th march 2022
protons and neutrons
limited to 555 copies. digipak cd format
bar vode 5028423220060
tone science sub-label, from DiN records, continues to explore the world of modular synth music.

00:00 loop 01 /// expert sleepers disting ex looper (sequence from Buchlayout command) / happy needing fx aid delay
00:32 bass /// buchla easel command
01:10 loop 02 /// expert sleepers disting ex looper (sequence from Buchlayout command) / happy needing fx aid delay
01:27 sequence /// buchla easel command / happy needing fx aid delay
01:51 ambient sound /// clouds (loop from make noise strega)
02:14 loop 03 /// expert sleepers disting ex looper(drums sequence from tokyo tape music center 158 & tokyo gate sequenced by make noise o-control)
02:34 melody /// make noise strega / happy needing fx aid delay
04:03 drums /// tokyo tape music center 158 & tokyo gate

All tracks are sequenced by patterning (ipad) polyend poly. recorded live with tascam dr 100.

for the best listening experience listen to the video with headphones or good speakers.

#buchla #makenoisestrega #modular"

The Dreamer by Benge

Yamaha CS80 video upload by zack dagoba

Check out the video for THE DREAMER here:

video upload by

Poorness Studios Track with the Casio DG-1, Tanpura & Lell Drum Pedal

video upload by Poorness Studios

"I was looking at the last 3 instruments I acquired (an inexpensive box tanpura from India, a vintage Lell drum synth from the USSR, & a Casio DG-1 synth guitar from Japan) and realized it's a really odd combination. Just for the heck of it, I decided to make a track using these 3 instruments. This video is the result. Each of the 3 instruments used in this track has it's own demo video below."

Also see Poorness Studios' Cool Find: Casio DG-1 (1980's guitar synthesizer)

Happy Nerding FX Aid “Chorus Ensemble”, “Chorus Random”, “Chorus Shallow Water”.

video upload by Happy Nerding

Three more Chorus effects added to the Modulation section: “Chorus Ensemble”, “Chorus Random”, “Chorus Shallow Water”.

JLRs Modular Synthesizers - Sidetracked Supplement #1

video upload by John L Rice

"Another quick unplanned ramble about some modules! ;-) In particular regarding several Moon Modular modules:
568 Quad Sequential Trigger Source
568A QSTS Assistant
568AS QSTS Assistant
565 Quad Quantizer
565D Quantizer Controller
567 Universal Programmer

Also used:
Noise Engineering - Basimilus Iteritas Magnus
STG Soundlabs - Voltage Store

Effects used:
Strymon Engineering - BigSky
Lexicon - MX400

As always, thank you for watching, rating, following, and commenting! 🥳"

Skew by Sinevibes

video uploads by Sinevibes


"Skew is a non-linear audio reverser. Perfectly synchronized to the host transport, it is constantly recording the incoming audio into a buffer – and playing it back in reversed chunks. The big trick in this algorithm is that it’s able to warp its playback speed via a selection of non-linear curves, thus bending the pitch in various ways. With each parameter having an extremely wide range of adjustment, Skew can be used to create multiple rhythmically-precise effects such as reversing, tape rewind, pitch slides, detune, glitching, and scratching. Thanks to its fine calibration, responsiveness, and DJ-style crossfade control, Skew can easily be automated or manipulated in real-time to add exciting musical complexity and create cool build-ups, breaks, and transitions."

Destroying DUNE 3 with RIFT 2

video upload by DATABROTH

"check out my wavetables, presets and samples on gumroad

Synapse audio has supplied me with their flagship synthesizer DUNE 3.5
I've been in the mood to explore various forms of distortion and destruction on synthesizers, particularly for rich and interesting textures, I figured this would be the perfect combination"

PsyTrance Evolution SamplePack (samples + presets + midi)

video upload by LFOstore


At the moment, «psychedelic trance» is a multiplicity of sub-styles of electronic
music, a vivid expression of which are sharp percussion, acid sounds and fat
monotonous bass. This is an amazing musical phenomenon, which has found its
popularity especially in Israel, Europe, India and Russia, and continues to
develop and acquire new facets and sound matters.
In this library, you will also find sounds for the top-of-the-range SPIRE software
synthesizer that will help you create your own compositions. This sample pack is
designed to give inspiration, fill your creativity with ideas and high-quality


10 Construction Kits (105 tracks)
125 One-shot samples
20 SPIRE presets
15 Midi files


Reveal Sound Spire synthesizer is one of the world's best tools for creating highquality
modern music. In these turbulent times, when reality offers many
unexpected maneuvers, we all need good music. Spire really inspires."

Singularity Vol 3 - Patches 1 to 32 - MOOG ONE

video upload by GEOSynths

Additional Singularity Vol 3 posts

"Back with a 3rd Volume of Patches for the fantastic Moog One. The Bank contains 128 Patches, which can be either Single, Split of Layered using all 3 Synth Engines.

There's a wide range of Sounds, especially Motion and Evolving Pads, Brass and Strings, solid Bass and Leads, plus a whole host of others.

Some of the Sounds are more experimental, however they all are playable and have Controllers assigned to the Mod Wheel, Aftertouch and X/Y Pad for maximum control of how the Sound evolves over time.

There can be only One...MOOG ONE - Singularity Vol 3. Out Soon.

Equinoxe Pt 4 : Jean-Michel Jarre : Recreation

video upload by Luke Million

"You all know I'm a big fan of Jean-Michel Jarre and Equinoxe Pt. 4 is up there with one of my favourites by the Synth Lord. I've recreated it using my MS20, VP330, Solina String Ensemble & Prophet 5 🎹🎹🎹"

Roland S-10 49-Key Digital Sampling Keyboard w/ Orig Box + Extensive Sound Library

via this auction

"You don't see this often. Roland S-10 from 1986 with original box/foam inserts/plastic cover, manual, power cord and extensive sound library (99 disk). Tested and works 100%. New floopy drive belt. Tested a few disk and works good. S-10 is in great shape with minimal marks. Only cosmetic flaw is a line crack on the corner of the left side plastic panel, not too bad."

Yamaha CS-15 vintage analog synthesizer SN 1878 w/ Original Case

via this auction

"Original vintage Yamaha CS-15 analog synthesizer in gorgeous, under-the-bed condition, complete with original hard case. One of the most badass, under-hyped synths ever, with super flexible modulation routing, two of everything(!) oscillators, multi mode filters, envelopes, etc., it can get really (really) deep. Absolute monster synth."

Oberheim OB-XA w/ MIDI, Original Manual & Stardust Dust Cover

via this auction

Crumar Orchestrator 61-Key Analog Synth Keyboard w/ Pedals SN 01166

via this auction

"Just recently serviced by a technician.
Has some wear and tear, but nothing out of the ordinary for something of this age.

One of a kind sound, sounds beautiful!
Comes with volume/sustain pedal, brass filter pedal, power cord, and case lid."

1970's ELKA 490 Rhapsody Analog String Synth w/ Pedal & Case SN 2338

via this auction

"Vintage 1970's 49 full-size key polyphonic synthesizer. Made in Italy. Measures 34"x9.5"x4". Serial #2338. Comes with its branded original volume pedal, volume pedal cable, and original case. See images for all features."

Roland MC-202 Micro Composer SN 350800 w/ Original Box, Manuals & Cassette

via this auction

"This MC-202 still looks, feels, and plays like new! Works perfectly and sounds great!!Includes:MC-202 Original Box w/ foam inserts (great condition)2 mc-202 manuals (both great condition)1 cassette tape (new)Roland 9v power chord"

Roland SH-5 Analog Synthesizer SN 430308

via this auction

2 VCOs
2 LFOs
ring modulator
band pass filter
one and a half ENVs

"Another one of those 'best synths ever made!' Have there been too many “best of” analog synths? Comparing the SH-5 with other instruments simply leads to the conclusion that this particular machine is in many ways unbeatable.

07-The Baldwin Fun Machine- Rhythm Presets (ANALOG DRUM SOUNDS) pt. 1

video upload by AutomaticGainsay

"Here is part one of a two-part demonstration of the sound and functionality of the rhythm patterns found on the Baldwin Fun Machine."

AutomaticGainsay Baldwin Fun Machine posts

How to adapt 1U modules to a 3U eurorack modular case | Mosaic + Xodes

video upload by DANIELE

"Added a bunch of Mosaic 1U modules to my 3U eurorack case thanks to the XODES adapter!"

Introducing ALM MFX - Stereo Multi Effects Processor - Features Overview - ALM032

video upload by ALM TV

"The MFX is a compact 6HP Eurorack stereo digital audio multi effects processor. It offers 14 different full featured effects programs plus a number of metering utilities.

Inspired by our favourite classic hardware effects processors, the MFX incorporates DSP technologies from the dawn of digital effects in the 70s to the present day. This combines with ALM character and uniqueness to form a highly useful, fun and practical Eurorack effects module.

The MFX user interface is designed to be familiar, quick and easy to use. Each program contains a wide range of controllable parameters both directly editable or freely assigned to CV or clocked control. Additionally, each program includes factory presets as well as the ability to store and recall user presets. All states are preserved across power cycles.

In this video we take a look at all the basic features and getting started with the MFX using the Digi-PCM Echo program to demonstrate."

New Waldorf Iridium Keyboard Synthesizer w/ Polyphonic Aftertouch

Sounddemo video upload by WaldorfMusicChannel

"Trailer & sound demo for our brand new Waldorf Iridium Keyboard Synthesizer with polyphonic aftertouch – no external effects and processing were used."

Waldorf teaser revealed.


Matt Johnson Jamiroquai Exclusive!! Waldorf Iridium Synthesizer keyboard version

video upload by

"This new synth is an absolute beast with 2 synth engines and amazing poly aftertouch!

All rights reserved."

And the press release:

Waldorf widens range of high-quality synthesizers with polyphonic aftertouch pressure-providing Iridium Keyboard

REMAGEN, GERMANY: having introduced Iridium as a high-class synthesizer in a compact desktop form factor with welcomed added extras building upon the high-quality synthesizer developer’s demanding design standards set by its Quantum keyboard flagship’s futuristic functionality and advanced tonality, Waldorf Music is proud to take the concept further forward by announcing availability of its Iridium Keyboard counterpart — radically redesigning its desktop synthesizer namesake around an all-new 49-key FATAR TP/8SK semi-weighted polyphonic aftertouch pressure-providing keyboard as the first such implementation of that keyboard in the world, with an expanded front panel proffering one-knob-per-function control as a workflow-raising result of this high-class synthesizer’s palpable physical makeover, also allowing for six freely-programmable Macro buttons with which users can define functions from a wide range of features for additional performance control — as of March 4…

It is, however, hardly surprising that Waldorf Music has chosen to name its latest high-quality synthesizer Iridium Keyboard since the instrument in question is physically designed around award-winning Italian digital piano, organ, and synthesizer keybed manufacturer FATAR’s all-new TP/8SK keyboard, configuring 49 semi-weighted sensitive keys with polyphonic aftertouch and three contacts as possibly one of the best synthesizer keyboards money can buy. Best of all, tremendous tonal changes flow freely when playing the Iridium Keyboard live since polyphonic aftertouch is transmitted individually for each note played. Performers can conceivably play and hold down any number of keys simultaneously, subsequently moving each finger individually. In other words, individual keys are affected by the pressure applied by each finger, thereby creating, for instance, individual data streams for modulation purposes, whereas with monophonic (Channel) aftertouch all notes played will respond in the same way. With a powerful Mod Matrix offering 40 independent modulation assignments, each with individual settings for Source, Amount, and Destination, Iridium Keyboard far from disappoints when it comes to powerful modulation options, of course — just like its Iridium desktop synthesizer namesake. Notably, Iridium Keyboard is also capable of processing MPE (MIDI Polyphonic Expression) data, duly making multiple parameters of different notes separately controllable to effectively enable it to behave more like an acoustic instrument in terms of spontaneous, polyphonic sound control.

Clearly, the 851 mm (W) x 355 mm (D) x 110 mm (H) physical dimensions of Iridium Keyboard has resulted in some marked differences to the original Iridium desktop design, with a one-knob-per-function control approach afforded by its naturally expanded front panel, albeit aided still by its industrial-grade highly-responsive touchscreen display to provide an interactive overview of the Mode page selected (via associated LFOS, OSC 1, OSC 2, OSC 3, FILTERS, MOD, and EFFECTS buttons), parameter changes, and additional information. Indeed, Iridium Keyboard also incorporates six freely-programmable Macro buttons adjacent to the Pitch and Mod (modulation) wheels with which users can define functions from a wide range of features for additional performance control, combining to further enhance its performance pedigree.

Put it this way: while Iridium Keyboard — duly described by Waldorf Music as “...a high-class synthesizer with an extraordinary polyphonic aftertouch pressure keyboard featuring a wide range of unique sounds with approved Waldorf quality — made in Germany!” — ships with specifically created new sounds and samples in addition to all those included in the Iridium desktop from the likes of Kurt Ader, BT (Brian Transeau), Richard Devine, Thorsten Quaeschning (Tangerine Dream), and Howard Scarr, to name but a notable few, its impressive specification otherwise mirrors that of the original Iridium — itself described by Waldorf Music as “...a high- class desktop synthesizer featuring a wide range of unique sounds with approved Waldorf quality — made in Germany!” — as a 16-voice digital synthesizer. Sounds from Waldorf Music’s Quantum synthesizer flagship — an eight-voice, hybrid affair as a result of offering two analogue low-pass filters per voice — can conveniently be loaded into Iridium Keyboard and vice-versa.

As another entry fit for Waldorf Music’s rich history, Iridium Keyboard — with its industrial design bearing the high-class hallmarks of Axel Hartmann, one of the most respected synthesizer designers in the industry who was also responsible for the company’s wavetable synthesis-based Microwave debut back in 1989 — takes pride of place in the high-quality German synthesizer developer’s distinctive family tree as another direct descendent of the legendary PPG Wave synthesizer series that made their mark throughout the Eighties by bringing the distinctive sound of wavetable synthesis to the musical masses. Musically, though, the Iridium Keyboard — like its Iridium desktop synthesizer sibling — brings much more to the production table than its acclaimed ancestor, featuring five different synthesis models for each of its three oscillators (OSC 1, OSC 2, and OSC 3): Wavetable — a table consisting of single-cycle waveforms; Waveform (virtual analogue) — a standard oscillator model to create typical analogue waveforms; Particle (sampling and granular sampling) — allowing for extensive manipulation of sample-based sounds; Resonator — manipulates multi- samples from the internal (2GB) sample flash memory or noise via an exciter and various spectral parameters that can be modulated, matchless for generating awe- inspiring animated sounds and drones, which can, for example, easily be integrated into a Eurorack modular synthesizer environment via the Iridium Keyboard’s integrated control voltage connections (CV In1, CV In2, CV In3, and CV In4); and Kernels — effectively enabling one oscillator to become up to six sub-oscillators that can be interlinked through FM at audio rate and arranged in user-definable constellations. Clearly, Iridium Keyboard can create a wide range of unique sounds like no other.

Other fanciful features include three true stereo path digital filters per voice that convincingly cover all conceivable classic filter variants — various digital filters are additionally offered by the FORMER section, such as Comb, classic Waldorf high- and band-pass, and notch filters from Waldorf Music’s Largo and Nave software synthesizers, plus PPG models, alongside signal enhancer effects, such as Drive and Bit Crusher, and more; six envelopes, six LFOs, and much more besides are available for use as sources in the Mod Matrix, routable to almost any numerical value in Iridium Keyboard.

Connectivity-wise, the well-spec’d Iridium Keyboard communicates well with the outside world, thanks to two audio inputs (for processing external signals); CV inputs as well as Gate In and Trigger In connections (for forwarding external signals to the Mod Matrix); Clock In and Clock Out connections (to synchronise with other gear); USB and DIN MIDI connections; USB Host port (provided for MIDI devices and also handling data exchange); Control and Sustain Pedals inputs; a headphone output (with dedicated volume control); and last, but not least, two audio outputs.

On the face of it, then, with a performance pedigree fit for taking its wide-ranging unique sounds further forward, the reassuringly-weighty (12.0 kg) Iridium Keyboard certainly more than lives up to its billing as “...a high-class synthesizer with an extraordinary polyphonic aftertouch pressure keyboard featuring a wide range of unique sounds with approved Waldorf quality — made in Germany!”

Stochastic Inspiration Generator SIG and Prepared Piano

video upload by Friendly Noise

"Using the Befaco voltage to midi converter VCMC and Stochastic I struments SIG to play a VST piano plugin within the DAW. Some details included in the video.

Modules: Befaco VCMC, Stochastic Instruments SIG Stochastic Inspiration Generator."

The Monument - live ambient music in the woods with Nigel Rippon on gyil (West African xylophone)

video upload by drone-in-the-woods

Half an hour before this session it was pouring with rain, but it was the last day of the storms down South and we sheltered from the receding winds on the side of the hill.
This was the first of three tracks recorded during that session, and you can see and hear the wind in the trees above us whilst Nigel improvises flowing patterns on his gyil overtop of the track that I started writing in my last video.

Nigel Rippon - Gyil
Keith Sutton - Roland SH101 Roland MC101 Roland Gaia Sh01

Goodwood 22nd February 2022"

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

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