MATRIXSYNTH: Friday, November 18, 2022

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Friday, November 18, 2022

Cognition 303: Bassline Deviations by Various Artists Celebrating the 40-Year History of the TB-303

Also on where you'll find the release on other platforms including Spotify, Deezer, and Apple Music. Note this release features supporting members of the site!

"Cognition 303: Bassline Deviations celebrates the 40-year history of the TB-303, its status as the last great iconic instrument of electronic music, and explorations of its newest sonic manifestations. The TB-303 has become one of the most used, modified and cloned instruments in electronic music. For Cognition 303 Clan Analogue artists from across Australia heeded the call to create a new selection of sounds exploring all versions of this instrument and its expanding musical lineage.

The Roland TB-303 Bass Line machine was a discarded device of the 1980s, forgotten as shiny digital synths became the industry standard of polished pop and stadium rock. However a new generation in the late 80s and early 90s reclaimed these analogue relics from pawn shops and Trading Post adverts, inspired by the new sounds of techno, house and electronic experimentalism. These young artists became the flagbearers for new musical movements which swept through the 1990s. From this era Clan Analogue was born, Australia’s longest-running and most influential electronic music collective, now celebrating 30 years of underground electronic music activity.

Cognition 303 spans the styles associated with the TB-303 and pushes them into new and unexpected directions. Techno superstar Honeysmack collaborates with T-Rek for one of his famed acid techno bangers. Australian dance music pioneer Andy Rantzen teams up with fellow 303 lover Ryan Spinoglio to give us a stripped-back funk exploration using four TB-303s. Composite Cone and Klaps celebrate the famed Robin Whittle 303 Devilfish modification. Vision Four 5 produce an anthemic piece of stadium techno while KOshowKO channels the legendary Charanjit Singh by blending the 303 with non-Western instruments. Suspect and Factorypreset, two halves of the seminal Dark Network, each create a piece of hypnotic ambient acid house groove - just some of the squelchy masterpieces on Cognition 303.

Download Cognition 303 from Bandcamp for a bonus collection of 14 more Australian 303 tracks from Clan Analogue’s artists, including Bleepin' J Squawkins, Ming One and dyLAB.

released November 15, 2022

Executive Producer: Ryan Spinoglio
Design: James Wingrove
Label support: Nick Wilson
Mastering: Darren Ziesing at Millennium Mastering
Listening panel: Wade Clarke and Martin Koszolko"

SoundMit 2022 Vlog episode 01 International Synthesizer Electonic Exhibition @Andrew G Dugros

video upload by Andrew G Dugros

"SoundMit 2022 Vlog Episode 01. International Synthesizer and Electronic Music Eshibition. My Vlog.
See the next episodes fot other interesting news and for my SWAM instruments event.

In order of apparition:
in the next episodes my performance with SWAM instruments
Thanks to Jean Luc Briancon - Kurts Mindfields
KODAMO Mask1 Synth

Website ►
📀 Mixing and Mastering services:

0:00 go to the SoundMit Ep 01
0:44 meet Audio Modeling (see next episodes)
1:41 SynthR Hand made Synthesizer
2:09 PPG2 Synthfestfrance
3:09 Italian Synth Museum
5:07 Kodamo Mask1 Synth"

KORG Polysix Arpeggiator

video upload by Matt Wright Music

"I don't spend a great deal of time with arpeggiators in my normal course of writing or performing but one of my favorite use cases is to set one and then have hands free to knock around with other settings on the synth. That's exactly what's happening in this video. Hope you enjoy!"

This Yamaha CS80 Live Multitrack Recording is Stunning

video upload by Andy Whitmore

"After recording the bass & pad, I record 5 takes down. In this video, you see the 5 takes - unedited from the beginning of the track to the end - complete as they are recorded.''Since the release of my video - 'Yamaha CS80: The Most Iconic Sound Machine of All Time', I’ve had requests for specific videos including: 'Famous tracks using the CS80'How to program a CS80'CS80 vs the Jupiter 8'Could you demo the bass line from the 1980 Doctor Who theme? 'Have you recorded any of your performances where you (a) demonstrate technique on the instrument??''& more.''So today – as requested – I have built an instrumental from scratch & recorded exclusively the CS80 to do all the parts.''I have split the video into 4 separate videos''The making of 'Colourful Mountains'''1'How To Make A Track With The Famous Yamaha CS80''Here I take a basic drum pattern from Splice, then lay a bass sound using 3 different sounds from the CS80 including a sine wave for the bottom end.'I lay the chords & a CS80 brass part referenced from Rosanna by Toto.'I then lay a Vangelis inspired sequence part'Wind fx inspired by CS80 wizard – Kent Spong'Then I lay 3 live takes of CS80 which work together to complete the production'2'This Yamaha CS80 Live Multitrack Recording is Stunning'After recording the bass & pad, I record 5 takes down. In this video, you see the 5 takes - unedited from the beginning of the track to the end - complete as they are recorded.'3'Three Yamaha CS80s – Live in Action!'I have taken the last 3 live takes I recorded & play them simultaneously to show an exciting interaction of 3 CS80s jamming together! '4'Yamaha CS80 dissected – how does it sound?'Hear the dry takes in solo that made up 'Coloured Mountains'. I have taken CS80 dry stems, so that you can hear the synth on its own in solo.''Thanks for watching''Andy Whitmore'' '"

3rd Planet Mystery for Korg Minilogue XD

video upload by Igor Leus

3rd Planet Mystery for Korg Minilogue XD (Part 2)

"Buy Link:

NatLife brings you a new Korg Minilogue XD soundbank - 3rd Planet Mystery.

This sound pack is full of unusual Sequences, Cosmic Plucks, poignant Effects, Melodic Arp-sequences, Dark Basslines, and thoughtful Motion sequences.

All this creates the impression of a completely unusual library inspired by the old Soviet cartoon-film - The Secret of the Third Planet, which at one time plunged millions of children into its Cosmic mystery. This film was based on a children's science fiction novella "Alice's Travel" by Kir Bulychev, from Alisa (Alice) Selezneva's book series. Immerse yourself in the world as it was seen in the 80s space dreamers.

In this soundbank, you will find such types of sounds as Bass, Leads, FXs, ARPs, Plucks, Synths, Keys & Sequences.

The sound library was not used by any external Multi engines, so you'll get a clear Minilogue XD sound, using an Analog engine as the main and Digital as modulation or noise additional.

Sound Library includes:

50 Presets
44 Sequences + Motion Sequences."

SSF Steady State Gate LPG test/demo

video upload by brandon logic

"simple Steady State Gate LPG Low Pass Gate test/demo
a small amount of reverb is added at 1:42"

See this post for additional details.

Syntakt Ambient Music From Scratch

video upload by Patchwerks

"In this stream Matthew (aka EZBOT) will be making ambient music with the Elektron Syntakt.

Syntakt is ON SALE now:

Elektron’s Syntakt is a 12 track drum computer and synthesizer - a sonic metropolis that melts analog and digital synthesis into one instrument of outrageous opportunity. All your sound crafting, sequencing, and performance needs are fulfilled in an all-round music mega-box that fits in your lap.
Video by: Matthew Piecora ( EZBOT)"

Creamware Noah //2022\\ Multimode Factory Demo Pt.1 - Emulation: #minimoog #odyssey #prophet #b3

video upload by Kosmokatze

Part 2 here

"Short Demo of the Factory Multi Mode Programs. Recorded in Presonus Studio One.
The Analsye Tools are used for background music or for the nerds among you ;-)

00:00 Analog Beauties
00:45 Miami Wise
01:16 Indian Knights
01:48 ProOne/LW/Minimax
02:20 Minimax&SixString
02:51 Minimax&ProOne"

Sonicware SmplTrek User Overview Videos

SmplTrek Basic Guide video upload by ChrisLody

"So here's the long awaited SONICWARE Smpltrek quick start guide.

This tutorial is intended as a primer tutorial with a deeper tutorial coming soon.

*Please note the realtime loop recording feature has been temporarily removed from the v1.0 of the firmware due to a bug. It will be added back into the SmplTrek in a future update*

0:00 Intro
1:50 Overview
7:21 Track Types
8:59 Loop Tracks & Record Source
20:08 Instrument Tracks & Sampling
30:10 Mixer & Effects
35:59 Shot Tracks & USB Source
38:58 Drum Tracks
42:17 Midi Tracks
44:54 Global Tracks"

Sonicware SmplTrek // Jack of many trades, but does it master any? // SampleTrek Review & tutorial

video upload by loopop

0:00 Intro
1:15 Overview
3:05 This setup
5:40 Track scope
7:05 Workflow
8:35 Connectivity
10:05 Memory
10:25 Build
11:25 Song v launch
12:20 Pool v project
13:35 Editing samples
15:25 Sampling
16:20 Chop/slice
16:50 Looping?
17:15 Loop tracks
17:55 Shot tracks
20:15 Inst tracks
22:30 Kit tracks
23:55 MIDI tracks
24:25 Global tracks
25:40 Mixer
26:55 Insert FX
28:05 Send FX
29:15 Master FX
30:25 Export?
30:40 Pros & cons
34:35 Outro

Who Knew a Snake Plant Could Sing? (bioelectric composition #1)

video upload by Poorness Studios

"The Garden Listener from Clatters Machines is the heart of this patch. The snake plant is producing all of the CV in this patch aside from a few free-running LFOs. Think of it as a musical composition made by a plant.

See more videos made with plants here:"

Introducing Pamela's PRO Workout - ALM034

video upload by ALM TV

"Announcing ALM034 - ‘Pamela’s PRO Workout’ - New classes have started! The next evolution of Pam is here..

’Pamela’s PRO Workout’ is a compact programmable clocked modulation source providing 8 highly editable outputs that can produce everything from simple clocked triggers and complex rhythmic wave forms to quantised melodic patterns, random chaos and more, all correlated and synced to a BPM based master clock.

Building on the original ’Pamela’s Workout’ & ’Pamela’s NEW Workout’ the evolved ’PRO’ Pam maintains the precursors' form factor and intuitive workflow but improves and adds many new features with upgraded hardware, more CV inputs, a new full colour hi res display and rewritten software adding many new enhancements like micro grid timings and cross output modulations.

Section Time Stamps:
0:00 - Intro
0:32 - Basic Beats from Timing Modifiers
1:47 - Loop, Loop Nap & Loop Wake
2:26 - Waveforms - LFOs & Envelopes
3:44 - Euclidean Patterns
4:42 - Quantised Melodic Sequences
5:51 - Flex Operations - Swing
6:38 - Cross Operations - NOT Logic (Rhythms)
7:22 - Cross Operations - Sample & Hold (CV)
8:16 - Assigning External CV
9:20 - Global Parameters - Saving & Loading
9:38 - Global Parameters - UI Theme
10:05 - Outro"

Pamela's Pro Workout by ALM Busy Circuits : Top 5 Favorite New Features

video upload by Perfect Circuit

"Get your Workout today :
Read more on our blog :

ALM Busy Circuits has been creating incredible eurorack modules for the last 10 years, and on the eve of their birthday they give back with the unveiling of Pamela's Pro Workout!"

Originally released in 2012 and updated to ’Pamela’s NEW Workout’ in 2016, the next evolution of Pam, the ‘PRO Workout edition’ will be released by ALM Busy Circuits on the 18th November 2022 worldwide.

Over the last 10 years Pamela’s Workout has cemented its place in Eurorack systems as a must have unique module. Originating as a useful 8 channel clock & function generator it quickly morphed into so much more; a groove box capable of creating Euclidean & randomised rhythms, a generative music maker turning random control voltages into looped quantised melodies or endless generative melodic sequences. A lot of functions that attracted people to Eurorack were accessible in a compact 8HP ‘Swiss Army knife’ - hence its appeal.

With ‘Pamela’s PRO Workout‘ ALM have built on the original designs maintaining the functional form factor and intuitive workflow adding exciting new features:

A Bigger Hi-Res Full Colour Display: Clearer user interface, visual grids, bigger text, colour options and more.

New Wave shapes: Ratchets, Trapezoid, Parabola & 2 new envelope options.

Cross Output Modulations: Link 2 outputs together to create a unique mix of control voltage for resetting, logic functions & creating unique waveforms.

Flex Operations: Utilise ‘micro grid timings’ to create bouncing ball type beat loops, sped up / slowed down outputs or just general chaos.

More CV Inputs: Up to 4 inputs now available for CV control over Pam’s functionality.

Faster dual core processing: with increased timing and output resolution

Bastl Pizza v1.1 - Full Video Manual and Example Patches

video upload by Oscillator Sink

"Bastl have just released the first major firmware upgrade for their digital VCO: Pizza.

The Pizza from Bastl is a flexible and cool sounding digital VCO based around FM (phase modulation) with variable wave shapes, ring modulation and wave folding. Beneath its simple interface, it is a module that urges you to approach it from many different angles to explore its surprising depth.

In this video I have attempted to create a comprehensive video manual, followed by a selection of example patches, showing the module in a wide variety of guises.

Transparency notice: This module was provided to me by Bastl for free. They have not asked for and have not been given any editorial oversight for this video and I have not been otherwise paid for making this video.

00:00:00 - Intro
00:01:42 - Teaser of sounds to come
00:03:23 - Disclaimer
00:04:19 - The FM Core
00:08:37 - The Octave Oscillator
00:11:20 - Introducing Detune
00:12:35 - Linear vs. Exponential Detune
00:15:16 - Introducing the Ratio Oscillator
00:16:17 - How custom ratios work (the theory)
00:25:31 - How custom ratios work (the practice)
00:36:45 - Pitch knob functions (octave, detune, fine tune and coarse tune - new in v1.1)
00:42:29 - The outputs (Main, Octave, Pulse and Ratio - new in v1.1)
00:44:33 - Switching the Pulse output to Ratio mode
00:46:34 - Introducing Shape
00:46:54 - Shape modes: Wave
00:53:33 - Shape modes: Fold
00:55:59 - Shape modes: Ring
01:00:23 - Introducing Ctrl
01:01:58 - Ctrl: Octave
01:03:10 - Ctrl: Detune
01:03:54 - Ctrl: Exponential FM
01:05:32 - Ctrl: Linear FM
01:08:53 - Ctrl: Ratio Oscillator Select
01:10:15 - Ctrl: Ratio Oscillator Exponential FM
01:11:47 - Ctrl: Octave Oscillator Select
01:12:46 - Ctrl: Octave Exponential FM
01:13:24 - Ctrl: Second FM Index (series)
01:15:16 - Ctrl: Second FM Index (parallel - 3-op mode, new in v1.1)
01:17:48 - Ctrl: Shape (second Wave, Fold, Ring control)
01:19:11 - Ctrl: Inverting VCA
01:20:44 - Ctrl: Envelope + VCA (full-voice mode, new in v1.1)
01:24:41 - Sync input: “classic sync sounds”
01:27:16 - Sync input: phase reset for clean attacks
01:29:34 - Ext input
01:34:07 - V/Oct input: quantized and unquantized
01:36:16 - Example patch: Standalone FM Bass using Envelope Mode
01:41:18 - Example patch: Pizza as a Virtual Analogue VCO
01:46:23 - Example patch: Digital West-Coast Synth
01:50:54 - Example patch: Kick, Bass, Percussion (at once)
01:55:46 - Example patch: Processing a Drum Break Through Pizza
02:02:02 - Example patch: Pizza as an LFO
02:11:07 - Example patch: Sequencing an External Input
02:15:30 - Example patch: Lovely Ambient Sines
02:20:28 - Example patch: FM Drone"

Arturia Minifreak - Feature Overview and 3 Patches from Scratch!

video upload by Oscillator Sink

"The biggest little synth has arrived! The Minifreak is the grown-up and expanded sibling of the Microfreak, taking everything that made the Microfreak so compelling and adding *more of everything*.

In this video I provide an overview of the Minifreak's features and then get right into exploring them by way of building 3, very different, patches from scratch.

addendum - I say it's 8 voice polyphony in the video, that's incorrect, it's 6.

Transparency Notice: Arturia kinda provided this unit to me for free for the purposes of making videos. They have not asked for, neither have they been given, any editorial oversight into the contents of this video.

00:00:00 - Intro
00:02:37 - Feature overview
00:15:23 - Patch 1: Spacey pad, feat. LFO seqencer
00:38:00 - Patch 2: Physical modelling soundtrack, feat. oscillator stacking, FX
00:56:27 - Patch 3: Bass, feat. sequencer and macro controls
01:15:13 - Outro"

Korg Drumlogue - Feature FAQ and Full Beatmaking Workflow

video upload by Oscillator Sink

"Korg's brand new hybrid drum machine is finally here. In this video I will provide an "FAQ" overview of its features and then demonstrate said features by building a beat from scratch.

Transparency Notice: Korg kindly provided me with the Drumlogue for the purposes of making video content with it, but they have had no editorial oversight on this video's content, nor have they requested any.

00:00:00 - Intro
00:01:03 - Feature overview/FAQ
00:13:49 - Making a finished beat from scratch"

Drumlogue - My First 3 Beats
video upload by Oscillator Sink

"Here are my first 3 beats made with the Drumlogue. Any saturation or compression you hear is coming from the Drumlogue itself - the only processing applied in post is some very gentle shelving EQ on the master bus and a master limiter to bring up the overall volume (which is hardly doing any work, just catching the occasional volume spike.

Beat 1 is probably the most conventional of the 3 beats, using most of the tracks "normally" - of interest though is the "bell/piano" riff which plays at the start (and through much of the track) which is actually the High Tom analogue track, essentially "pinging" the filter with the resonance nearly maxed out. The bass synth part is the Multi channel in VPM mode for some FM-like goodness. The master track is set to compressor mode and set very very aggressively, but then dialed back with the wet/dry control for parallel compression fattening action.

Beat 2 is an exploration of distortion with distortion and bit-crushing on most of the tracks, and the boost Master effect providing even more grit. I've also routed the reverb and delay into the Master effect so that the can both contribute to the texture; this is why the kick sounds like an explosion. The 'windy' synth line is the Noise Multi Engine mode

Beat 3 was an experiment to see how sliced beats might be able to be handled. Obviously the slices had to be prepared outside of the Drumlogue, but once that was done, importing them and sequencing the slices using motion sequencing on the sample tracks was easy enough. I'm using two sample tracks here - one set up just to handle kicks and the other set up polymetrically with lots of probability to handle everything else. The two sample tracks are set up as a choke group so that the kick samples always cuts into whatever the other one it doing. The Master effect is set up to do big pumping compression, side-chained to the kick (which is bypassing the compressor). The acidic bassline is the Nano user oscillator type on the Multi channel.

Transparency Notice: Korg kindly provided me with the Drumlogue for the purposes of making video content with it, but they have had no editorial oversight on this video's content, nor have they requested any.

00:00 - Beat 1
03:39 - Beat 2
06:51 - Beat 3"

Elektron Analog Four and String Quartet | Classical and electronic music

video upload by the machine in the botanical garden

"Combination of the Elektron 'Analog Four' synthesizer and sequencer along with a classical string quartet.

I have written the score with the Staffpad score player and editor. The library used for the string sounds is Berlin Strings First Chairs from Orchestral tools (Staffpad version)."

LoFi Future Analog Glitch FX Processor (19" rackmount)

video upload by LoFiFuture

"Available to order here:

This unit is the result of 2 years of development. It is an analog glitch FX processor based around an original video enhancer circuit.

This unit is a prototype of a new glitch processor circuit that we will be releasing in euro rack / desktop format in early 2023.

The core circuit features a sharpness control, a chroma/saturation control and a contrast fader. Added onto this core circuit are 7 separate circuit bends (effects) each one has its own distinctive effect and can be combined with each other. The contrast fader has a significant effect on how each circuit bend behaves so it can be used as somewhat of an effects crossfader.

As the contrast fader changes the appearance of all of the circuit bent effects it also has an audio reactive circuit that can control it so and of the 7 circuit bends can be synced to audio. The audio reactive circuit features a 3.5mm line input, an internal microphone (on the rear) and a decay length switch (to switch from short to long decay)

It features a composite input and output that supports both PAL and NTSC signals

The unit requires a 12V DC power supply"

Daunce 10PM 111722

video upload by itijik

"do it 🔥"

1980s Korg DSS-1 Digital Sampling Synthesizer w/ Extras

via this auction

Additional SYNTH CITY Listings

"Fantastic sounding 80's digital synthesizer / sampler with 8 note polyphony, and analog filter! DSS1's oscillators take their source from sampling, additive synthesis, or even hand-drawn waveforms. Great working condition, includes 2-prong AC power cable, large floppy disc library and cables."

Blue Roland SH-101 w/ Mod Grip

via this auction

Additional SYNTH CITY Listings

"This synthesizer is in amazing condition, with just a few cosmetic flaws. Insanely clean, looks as if it's a just a few years old, not nearly 40! The previous owner used a small amount of yellow paint to mark settings, not super noticeable. Keys are super white and everything functions as expected. Fully calibrated and tuned for optimal playability.

Includes matching mod grip, original manual and a new Roland branded power supply."

Roland System 100m D Set w/ Modules 112, 121, 130, 140, 150 180 Keyboard 191 Case

via this auction

150 750296
140 750321
130 750145
121 091824
180 780640

"This 191 system is fully functioning and sounds great! I'll be ultra-critical here in my description, as I know I'd want another seller to be as well.

The unit is missing the back panel on one of the modules (the 112). It has been this way since I purchased it back in 2010. Of course, this doesn't affect functionality in any way, but the back is exposed on this module.. I was going to have a back panel fabricated, but never got around to this. There are metalwork people who can do this online.

There is rack rash on top of the unit as seen in the photos. There's a small nick on one of the wooden sides on the 191 case. The sliders on the 150 module are slightly askew for the Clock Rate and the Lag Time, which can be put back into place -- I just never had the immediate need to correct this aesthetic! They work great.

The system functions beautifully and sounds awesome! It's a real System 100m, so you know what you're getting there. It has the lesser-seen 180 keyboard, which is rare in its own right, as well as the 191 case as opposed to the typical 191J."

Sequential Circuits Model 700 Programmer SN 0134

via this auction

Yamaha CS-50 SN 1916

via this auction

"Full service by KSR has already been carried out in November 2022"

CubuSynth VCFA Sound Demo

video upload by

00:00 Filtermodes with Saw wave on Input
01:50 VCA on Input stage
02:45 CV (from LFO) on Cutoff Frequency
03:45 CV on Resonance
04:18 "Ringing" mode with Square LFO on Input
05:02 Quantized 1V/Oct on Freq CV + Melodic Jam
09:30 Stepped CV on Freq CV
11:10 Stepped CV on Input + Audio rate FM

The CubuSynth VCFA is a multimode VCF with LP,HP and BP modes with integrated VCA, CV control over Frequency, Resonance and Volume.

The CV input for the Frequency features 1V/Oct scaling over about 2~3 octaves. So you can even create plucky melodies
with the resonance in "ringing" mode.

The Gain control can reach a nice, soft saturation.

Key features

- 3 simultaneous outputs for Low Pass, Band Pass and High Pass
- Integrated VCA on input stage
- Input saturation on upper Gain levels
- CV control over Volume, Frequency and Resonance
- Frequency CV scalable for 1V/oct signals (stable up to 2-3 octaves)
- 'ringing' appears on upper Resonance levels

The Sound of S.O.S. Band - Just Be Good To Me with Minimoog, TR-808, OB-X

video upload by RetroSound

"(c)2007-22 by RetroSound
supported by UVI:

❤️ Support #RetroSound​ channel:

One of my favorite songs from the early 80s with a wonderful groovy Moog bassline. "Just Be Good to Me" performed by the S.O.S. Band, written and produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for the studio album On the Rise (1983)

bass sounds: Minimoog Analog Synthesizer (1975)
analog drums: TR-808 Rhythm Composer(1982)
all other sounds: Oberheim OB-X Analog Synthesizer (1979)
recording: multi-track, played by hand

RetroSound synthesizer demo videos since january 2007.
Everything is free. If you like my work, you can also support me with the purchase of my merchandise (shirts, bags, mugs, stickers) Thank you!
The RetroSound playlist:"

Friday Jam - Minifreak and Suzuki Waruku

video upload by sonicstate

"We've not done one of these for a while I know, but since the Suzuki Waruku Digital Koto arrived from ebay, and we had the MINIFreak for review, we took the opportunity to make the unlikely paring.

Waruku going through the trusty Zoom MS-70 CDR and the MINIFreak is just internal FX.

As ever, we hope it inspires you to fire up a couple of synths and just have a jam.

Have a great weekend.

Exclusive extra content on Patreon"

Bad Gear - Korg Minilogue

video upload by AudioPilz

"Become a Patron and get access to music clips from the show, additional content, Bad Gear samples and even more AudioPilz madness

Welcome to Bad Gear, the show about the world's most hated audio tools. Today we are going to talk about the Korg Minilogue. Is this analog polyphonic synthesizer a dream come true for beginners and professionals alike? Is it as good as the new black and red Minilogue Bass? Does it actually sound good?"

00:00 Intro tune
01:18 Overview Korg Minilogue
01:57 Oscillator Section (Shape, Noise, Sync, Ring- & Cross Mod)
02:29 Filter (2- & 4-pole, Resonance)
02:48 Envelopes, LFO
03:13 Delay
03:22 Hi Pass Filter
03:30 Polyphony Modes (Unison, Mono+Sub, Midi Delay, Chords, Arpeggiator)
04:13 Sequencer, Motion Recording
04:28 Firmware Upgrades (Microtuning)
04:34 Sounds/Patches
05:06 Rear Panel
05:13 WTF?!? (Korg Minilogue Bass)
05:35 Thanks!!!
05:41 Hate
06:02 Jam 1 (Bass & Sequencer)
06:58 Jam 2 (Multi Screen)
08:02 Finale (Synth Soundtrack)
08:33 Verdict

n/zyme Walkthrough Part 1 (of 5): WAVETABLE

video upload by gattobus

"n/zyme is a Model Expansion available for Fantom flagship synth only.
Here's my first tutorial on this amazing synth engine that turns Fantom in one of the most creative and powerful sound design tool ever!
In this first tutorial I'm focusing on the Wavetable oscillator section and its shaping tools."

Additional posts on n/zyme

Making Melodies With IOLabs Flux - Is That Possible?

video upload by Friendly Noise

"Flux is an incredible rhythm generating machine, but how good it is at making melodies? I have tried to answer this question in two videos. In this first part I explain how to program melodies with Flux. Flux it not your traditional one note per step sequencer, but melodies are definitively programmable and, as we will see in the second video, even more than just 'programmable'."

Super 6 - Envelope Looping

video upload by UDO Audio

"Hazel Mills has made yet another fantastic feature video, this time showing you her top tips on how you can best use Envelope 1's 'Loop' function.

This can be such a creative tool within your patch programming; giving your sounds a rhythmic, percussive pulse, or poly-rhythmic layers looping within your held chord. Enjoy!"

01 100 Sounds

video upload by gilleslacaud


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