MATRIXSYNTH: Tuesday, November 22, 2022

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Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Sequential Trigon-6 Filter/Oscillator Drone Demo

video upload by Paul Schilling

"I enjoyed spending some quality time with this instrument. My intention in this vid is to focus on the sound character of the Trigon-6 oscillators and filter (both 4- and 2-pole), with different oscillator volume settings and filter cutoff/resonance settings.

After each change (osc volume or filter resonance), I adjust the track volume in order to keep the overall level somewhat consistent.

Since this is a sound design unit it doesn't have the production knobs, which are much nicer! :)"

22.11.23. freestyle (Sequential Prophet Rev2)

video upload by J Gran - 제이그랜 연습실

Cherry Audio GX-80: A detailed demo and tutorial

video upload by CatSynth TV

"We preset a detailed demo and tutorial of the new GX-80 from Cherry Audio. This flagship instrument recreates two of Yamaha's legendary analog polyphonic synthesizers from the 1970s: the CS-80 and GX1.

00:36 History of the GX1 and CS-80
02:17 Overview of the GX-80
03:43 Basic Sound creation with Tone Selectors and Layers
11:04 Advanced Editing with Voice Parameters (VCO, VCF, VCA)
21:01 Master functions (for Upper Layer)
24:54 Effects Section
29:48 Voice editing in Dual (GX1) mode
33:50 Factory Presets

To find out more, please visit

'GX-80 is a transformative virtual synthesizer that combines the unparalleled sound and features of the fabled GX-1 'Dream Machine' and its renowned descendant the CS-80, to create a powerhouse hybrid. Featuring the carefully crafted and intensely circuit-modeled DSP designs of award-winning developer Mark Barton, Cherry Audio has replicated every subtlety of the classics to create the most authentic emulation of its kind.'


Please consider supporting this channel to help us bring you more synthesizer tutorials and other content. Patreon: Ko-Fi:"

See this previous post for additional demos and details on Cherry Audio's GX-80.

Nick Carlisle ARPchives LIVE!

video upload by

"'Häxan - A Soundtrack', the first solo album from Nick Carlisle (Peepholes / Bamboo / Katy and Nick / Lean Logic) is released midnight 25.11.22. The album contains highlights of a 1hr 45min score Nick was commissioned to write for the 100th anniversary edition of Häxan (dir. Benjamin Christensen) by QFT Belfast, part of the UK-Wide BFI In Dreams Are Monsters season of horror films. Nick is set to perform the complete score at a live screening of Häxan at Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast on the 24th November, tickets on sale from

Nick wrote, performed & produced the album mainly on an array of old analogue synths and a Mellotron. Sarah Rosamond (Ghostlore of Britain) guests on the album, playing harp and adding vocals to 'The Scourge'. 'Maria The Weaver' was co-written with Katy Cotterell ( of Nick’s project "Katy And Nick").

Nick: 'The film is an essay on the history of witchcraft and is set mostly in 15th Century Northern Europe so the music (very!) loosely reflects that. I bought a Sami drum and some bells, and I multitracked myself playing some out of tune flute. However the last chapter of the film is set in the contemporaneous 1920s where Christensen compares how women are treated, for better or worse, for ‘hysteria’ via psychoanalysis, when 500 years before they would have been accused of and tortured for being a witch. The last two tracks on the album, “The Sleepwalker” & "The Thieving Daughter” therefore are set apart as they belong to that more ‘present’ section of the film, and they’re piano based as opposed to vaguely medieval sounding. Anyway there is no real comfort from the present as even now 100 yrs after the 1920s we’re as knee deep in idiotic conspiracies as ever.'"

Roland JD-800 Vintage Digital Synthesizer SN ZC78353

via this auction

"Fully functional and in excellent condition for its age, this Roland JD800 has been serviced and is ready to go. The old problematic red glue keybed has been replaced with a more modern Keybed. Additionally I’m including a Brass Card with the purchase of this synth, in my opinion it is much cooler than the Strings Ensemble Card set."

It's alive!!! (Moog Matriarch, autopilot)

video upload by Chris Hunt

"It's been doing this for 6 hours. I grabbed the camera to document what I could. I'm afraid to leave the room. Someone help me.

00:00 it started up again
00:21 is it angry?
00:45 oh wait, kinda pretty
01:18 what have I done?
01:40 come in closer
02:12 my ears, they're bleeding
02:47 camera battery is dying"


video upload by DivKid

"'Pandora' is a bandpass filter/distortion processor, based on an unusual combination of power MOSFET transistors and vactrols. Voltage control is provided over the two sides of the filter, the gain, and the filter feedback. A wet/dry mixer is provided, also under voltage control.

A range switch is provided to drop the filter response several octaves, at which point the module becomes capable of synthesising percussion sounds when fed trigger pulses.

The module is 100% analogue.

MSRP: UK £189 (inc VAT), US $199 (exclusive of sales tax), EU €179.80 (exclusive of VAT)"

See the dealers on the right for availability.

DX5 playing Harold Faltermeyer "Axel F" (Beverly Hills Cop OST)

video upload by DX5

"Performing a cover of this song, using some of the same instruments as on the original version (i.e: the DX7)

Gear used live:
Roland Promars MRS-2
Roland JX-8P
Yamaha DX7

Backtrack previously recorded by me, track by track, on Pro Tools. No original or commercial audio was used here. Composed by Hans Faltermeier.

Performed live here by DX5 Jose Maria Bara."

Tycho & Kaelin Ellis Explore the New Moog Model D Reissue

video upload by Reverb

"One on side, we have a Grammy-nominated electronic producer who has used an original Minimoog for nearly two decades. On the other, a rising star of the beat community who sculpts drums and basslines from VST and hardware clones. Together with one vintage Model D and one brand new Model D Reissue, they share their music-making processes and create something new. Learn more on Reverb.

SONICWARE Introduces the LIVEN Lofi-12

video upload by SONICWARE

SONICWARE Liven Lofi-12 - How to Make Lofi Music

video upload by ChrisLody

"So here it is, the new SONICWARE Liven Lofi-12 sampler, and it's pretty damn good.

The Lofi-12 allows 12khz and 24khz sampling frequencies with 128 sample slots. The samples are either 2 or 4 seconds long depending on the chosen frequency. Audio can be recorded directly into the internal memory via the Line In socket, after which sampled sounds are immediately playable across the keys chromatically. Sample playback is not interpolated (not smoothed out) so they have a gritty quality rather than being dulled by the low sampling rate.

A lot of features have been brought over from the Liven XFM including it's sequencer, voice modes, parameter locks etc, but this time the maximum polyphony is 10 rather than 6. Plus each track has it's own effects section that can be modulated by the parameter locks and the reverbs found in the Liven 8Bits Warps are here in a dedicated master reverb section with the addition of Tape and Vinyl effects.

There is a deep editing overlay like the XFM which enables samples to be trimmed, looped and reversed. It's possible to record in instruments and waveform and then loop sections to make the sound loop cleanly, a slight cross-fade is used to accomplish this.

The same Sound Locking function found on the XFM is present too so it's possible to modulate the sample selection in each track, so having a track play a kick and then a snare is entirely possible.

All in all it's a very well rounded little affordable sampler that can record directly into it's memories and can be used like a groove box. Pretty awesome I think.

Sampled drum break source: Future Music Magazine issue 135 cover CD

Free (and very good) audio recording app used:"


Liven LOFI 12 by Sonicware — instant lofi vibes!

video upload by BoBeats

00:00 What is the LIVEN LOFI 12? + Sound Demo
04:46 Beat from scratch + Going over features
12:00 Sequencer Performance Functions
16:15 Sample Locking: Making a drum beat with ONE track
17:33 How to Quickly Sample
21:28 Should you buy it?

● Retro sampling engine with 12bit Sampler mode

● Easily play samples chromatically across the keyboard

● Powerful 4-track sequencer with parameter and sound locking

● Laid-back knob for creating drunk beats

● 11 types of Effects each track and 8 types of Master Effect

The LIVEN Lofi-12 has a 16bit - 12kHz/24kHz sampling engine with the 12bit Sampler mode that will turn any sound into a pleasing lo-fi sound.

Like the many legendary samplers that were released in the late 80s, this is a genuine low-bit and low sampling frequency sound that cannot be obtained authentically with bit crusher effects and other modern sound degrading tools.

Up to 4 seconds mono sampling per sample slot (2 seconds mono sampling at the 24kHz mode). Start and end point trimming, pitch adjustment, reverse playback, sustain loop, filtering and LFO modulation are all possible."

Additional details at

Cherry Audio Introduces the GX-80 Virtual Yamaha CS80

Playlist (use the player controls to skip around):
GX-80 | Cherry Audio
Introduction to Cherry Audio's GX-80 - Hosted by Tim Shoebridge
Evil Genius (feat. Cherry Audio GX-80)
Cherry Audio - GX-80 -10 Miscellaneous Presets #notalking #synthesizer
Cherry Audio GX-80 // How to Program a 1970's Classic // a CS-80 plus extras from the GX-1

"GX-80 is Cherry Audio's visionary new flagship synthesizer - over a year in the making - that combines the unparalleled sound and features of the fabled GX-1 "Dream Machine" and its renowned descendant the CS-80 to create a powerhouse hybrid.

Get GX-80 Now!

GX-80 is not just another CS-80 emulation. GX-80 adapts the legendary GX-1's massive dual-layers, additional waveforms, and unique filters, making it the equivalent of two CS-80s and then some! When enhanced with GX-80's discrete layer volume and panning controls, the result is a colossal dual-layer voicing architecture with 16 polyphonic voices per layer, capable of sounding two different CS-80 style sounds simultaneously in a split or stacked layer mode.

To provide the ultimate expressive performance, GX-80 includes a split keyboard mode and support for both polyphonic and monophonic aftertouch controllers. Further, Cherry Audio has added an innovative 'last-note priority' mode for simulated poly aftertouch response with a monophonic channel aftertouch controller.

With its dual-layer interface, over 1,000 stunning presets from expert sound designers, and integrated studio-quality effects, GX-80 is a singular effort worthy of the 'flagship' label.

The rarity and exorbitant cost of the GX-1 and the CS-80 have made it impossible for most musicians to experience these legendary instruments. That's why Cherry Audio is making its flagship GX-80 synthesizer available at the astoundingly low price of only $59! GX-80 is also available as part of Cherry Audio's comprehensive new Synth Stack 3 collection, which features all of its virtual instruments at an even more affordable price.

GX-80 is available now at and authorized resellers worldwide for Windows and macOS, with macOS 13 Ventura and native Apple M1 processor support, including Apple M1 Ultra. GX-80 is provided in AU, VST, VST3, AAX, and standalone formats, and a free 30-day demo is available.

Visit for a complete list of features, exciting launch videos, testimonials from industry professionals, earthshaking demo tracks, and system requirements."

How to make a song on Launchkey in Logic with SEIDS // Novation

video upload by NovationTV

"Singer, songwriter and producer SEIDS show us how to use Launchkey to push songwriting further with Logic.

SEIDS is a singer, songwriter and producer based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Through her TikTok, Instagram and YouTube accounts, she shares helpful tips and tutorials for producers and songwriters across the world. With a strong online presence, SEIDS has built a music community where she empowers others to develop their production skills, take their music to new places and follow their dreams.

- Discover the Launchkey range:

---Discover more from SEIDS:

0:00 - Intro
0:05 - Getting into Music
0:27 - Artist Profile
0:53 - Launchkey Functionality
1:04 - Challenge Yourself
1:18 - Starting a Song
1:28 - Tracking Building Process
1:32 - User Chord
1:55 - Bassline
2:13 - Adding in layers
2:31 - Drums
3:03 - Arpeggiator 'Breakdown' Vocals
3:39 - Melody
4:01 - Song 'Intro' Layering
4:38 - Lead Vocals
5:27 - Getting into Producing
5:37 - Advice
6:00 - Outro"

Prophet 6 beats the Polybrute at this

video upload by Jameson Nathan Jones

"For the sake of this comparison I'm looking strictly at simple patches that both synths are capable of performing. I'm aware that this is only a tiny portion of what the Polybrute can do, and will explore the advantages it has over the Prophet 6 in my next video."

Arturia Solina V String Machine Synth | Fave Sounds

video upload by Mamotreco

"Playing through some Arturia Solina V2 synth sounds that have stood to me. I've been really surprised by the flexibility of this VST synth. While string machine sounds are its bread and butter, don't let that dissuade you from considering it for your sonic arsenal.
#solinav #arturia #vsts
I tried to play through a wide range of sounds on this Arturia plugin. While you have all your expected categories from strings and pads to leads and bass. The Solina V2 has a unique sound quality that adds grit and abrasiveness in certain places while still being capable of smooth, creamy and dreamy synth sounds.

Listen to the music I'm making:
Previous music releases available here:"

Roland SP404 MKII Sample Pack - Sample Diggers Crate - Over 12,000 Samples!

video upload by Electronisounds Audio

"Grab the pack here:

▼CONNECT with me here ▼

#samplepack #rolandsp404 #soundbank

0:00 Music Example 1
1:02 Intro
1:46 Music Example 2
2:35 Music Example 3
3:32 Music Example 4
4:27 Music Example 5
5:57 Music Example 6
7:04 Music Example 7
8:31 Music Example 8
9:32 Music Example 9
10:32 Music Example 10"

The iPad Composite DAW, or, How To Easily Create An Entire Recording Studio On Your iPad

video upload by boxoftextures

"'The iPad Composite DAW'
Built with AUM, Audiobus, and Audio Evolution

This one's a bit of a long one, and I've been meaning to do it for a while. Basically this is a how-to on how I'm using AUM to host my plug-ins, then using Audiobus to route the audio out of AUM into my DAW of choice, which in my case is Audio Evolution Mobile Studio. This essentially lets me turn my iPad into a completely self-contained studio environment. There's a number of steps to get it going, but nothing too difficult, and it all makes sense once you get used to the idea. And it just works! Using these three apps together takes care of sending the audio where it needs to go and configuring almost everything pretty much on its own. It's almost hard to believe how well it works.

Audio Evolution Mobile Studio

With Special Guests
Atom Piano Roll 2

Voiceover recorded using a
Sennheiser XS Lav USB-C microphone

Edited in ScreenFlow

Mastodon: (although I may change to a different instance)

ZYNTHIAN in 2022: The best DIY groovebox

video upload by

"#ZYNTHIAN is a powerful #synthesiser workstation / groovebox for your #RaspberryPI, and the November 2022 update only made it better. This video is an incomplete and subjective look at some of the things I liked, but you should get a good impression what's possible here. Table of contents:

00:00 intro
00:10 there was an update
00:25 what is Zynthian? (also, please support the developers by buying the kit from
00:56 hardware needed
01:26 software installation & setup
02:44 creating a drum track
02:58 adding a chain
03:55 adding a sequencer / a clip
04:40 adding a bass track
05:35 important things to consider
05:55 track and sound overview
06:41 color coding in the step sequencer main screen
07:14 mixing your track live using the sequencer
07:24 there's also an arranger (song mode)
07:39 demo 1
08:36 demo 2 (live sound tweaking)
10:08 MOD UI - virtual pedal board demo
11:05 conclusion, demo 3
13:32 bye-bye"


Multi Zaturn 4

video upload by gotharman

"I really love these Multi Filters :)"

Thinking of You シンキング・オブ・ユー / KITARO 喜多郎 COVER

video upload by ltpstan

"One of my favourites song for the album 'Thinking of You'.
The arrangement of the music is followed closely to the album. Except the Lead which takes some inspiration from the Live Concerts in 2013


- Lead

Korg 01/W
- Strings
- Harp
- Pizz Bass

Logic Pro
- Erhu
- Mandolin
- Dulcimer
- Percussions"

RMIF OPUS - My most versatile Analog String Synthesizer

video upload by RetroSound

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

❤️ Support #RetroSound​ channel:

The RMIF Opus (РМИФ Oпус) is a rare analogue string machine/synthesizer made in Riga, Latvia by the Riga Musical Instrument Factory (RMIF) in the year 1988.

The sound range is five octaves and the instrument consists of 4 sections: piano, that synthesizes piano like lead soundings of different timbres, analog string machine, that plays wonderful string sounds with soft attack and with the possibility to control release, tremolo and the pereodically repeated beat-fading sounds. A flexible bass section, that is controlled by 2 lower octaves, that contain three 8' and two 16' registers. The Opus is based on divide-down technology with a master oscillator and has very nice multimode filter (LPF, BPF and HPF with resonance), a fantastic chorus, ring modulator, vibrato and and a lot other features.

For the demo track I used only the RMIF OPUS and the KORG KR-55B drum machine.

The RMIF Opus playlist:"

Random Thoughts In Emotional Stasis

video upload by John L Rice

"It's been a while since I've done one of my quirky music videos, I hope you enjoy this quick one! 😎

Main Sequence Eurorack Modular:
Rebel Technology - CLK
Noise Engineering - Clep Diaz
Vermona - meloDICER
Endorphines - Two Of Cups

Melodies and Chords:
Roland - A88 MIDI keyboard controller
Mellotron - M4000D Rack

JTM Synth - LD-2
Strymon - Mobius
(oscilloscope for fun)

Additional Effects:
Strymon BigSky and Timeline pedals
Lexicon - MX400"

synth shallow depths space prime time 090221

video upload by itijik


Roland E-4 overloaded by synth and drum machine (no talk)

video upload by Richard DeHove

0:00 Synth 1
1:19 Drum 1
1:42 Synth 2
4:32 Drum 2
5:29 Synth 3
7:28 Drum 3

"Roland's cheap plastic E-4 "voice tweaker" hates line level audio in. It's "allowed" only with a particular flavor of TRRS known only to Initiates of the Fifth Circle. I was shunned by this elite even after offering multiple brands and configurations of TRRS cableware. Why did Roland make it so hard? Because it's a "voice tweaker" and they know best.
So stuff that. I went line-level into the mic input and even cranked up the mic input level as well. The little 'peak' light complained bitterly for some time, then often appeared to just give up and pretend the levels were fine. Was it now broken? I neither know nor care anymore. I don't expect this cheap plastic box to last very long anyway.
Most reviews and demos of the E-4 are launch day promo vids where people gush about their corporate gift. And of course it's easy to say nice things about free stuff. But when you swap your dollar-delineated labour for plastic music boxes, your scrutiny is perhaps a little sharper.
This is a lightweight toy which, although regarded as "cheap", is still way too expensive for what it is. Under no circumstances would I rely on it live but for mucking about, and especially for cutting loops in the studio, it's excellent.
Although some of the video here is chopped and messy it does perhaps give a sense of the reality that for every 30 seconds glitchy loopy joy there's usually another 10 or 15 minutes of unseen sonic garbage that has been edited away.
With the DB-01 it goes: DB-01 mono out to the Xotic SP Compressor, from there to the BOSS RV-6 - which is off - to get two mono channels. One channel goes straight to the DAW. The other goes into the passive DI box and then into the mic input on the E-4.
With the LXR-02 it goes: Left out to the DAW; right out to the SP Compressor, then into the DI box, then into the mic input.
There is absolutely no processing in the DAW aside from centering every channel and creating a simple, roughly 50/50, wet-dry mix. The E-4 has no mix control, just a tiny volume knob.
The white patch cable coming into the E-4 is the clock from the DB-01 / LXR-02. On many settings the clock seemed a bit laggy.
The oscilloscope shows the output of the E-4 only.
Happy to answer any questions.

Lots of downloads for supporters on Patreon:
Many thanks to my kind patrons who keep this channel ad-free
My website:"

IntraCosmos Apollo 11 (Dark space ambience)

Apollo 11: Day One video upload by IntraCosmos

"Apollo 11 mission day one from pre-launch checks 'round the horn' and 'go no-go' to countdown, launch and initial operations. Dark generative ambient background music as background, no looping music! Some sections include two channels of mission control audio in left and right channels.
Image is the official Apollo 11 Crew Portrait: From left to right are astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Commander; Michael Collins, Command Module Pilot; and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., Lunar Module Pilot."

Apollo 11: Day 02 (Dark space ambience)

video upload by IntraCosmos

"Day two of the Apollo 11 mission. First half of the video the crew is asleep so there are only periodic mission control updates. The crew wake up in the second half and there is almost constant radio chatter as they run through various checks and activities.
Background audio is original generative ambience and uses absolutely no loops. The mood here is slightly eerie deep space emptiness which especially fits the first half as the crew is sleeping.
Main image shows the Earth as photographed from the Apollo 11 spacecraft just after the translunar injection burn."

Europa: Deep Ocean World (12 hours)

video upload by IntraCosmos

"Twelve hours of dark ambient sleep and relaxation audio featuring constant low and deep ocean rumbles, waves and randomly evolving high but subtle melody. The entire piece is synthesised and generative. There are absolutely no loops or repeats!
An excellent piece for blocking low rumbles and thumps in your environment.
Image is an artist concept of the ocean system of Jupiter's moon Europa. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech"

Session Six - Part 3 (Make Noise XPO, 2x Morphagenes, NI Kontakt)

video upload by Rheyne

"Sounds are from a Make Noise XPO, a pair of Morphagenes, an Instruo Ts-L, and piano from Kontakt.

The strumming was played and recorded from Arkhis in Kontakt and loaded into the first Morphagene, with chords chosen by the Y-channel of the René sequencer. The arpeggio is from the XPO through a QPAS, sequenced with the X-channel. The C-channel is controlling the bass from the Instruo Ts-L. The piano is from The Maverick in Kontakt, played into the second Morphagene and processed as a 'broken echo' effect.

Recorded in one take with no overdubs."

Rare Waldorf Microwave - Mean Green Machine SN 9533814 #98/100

via this auction

"Only 99 examples of this special edition were made."

Schippmann Ebbe Und Flut MK 2

via this auction

"It will be packaged professionally, braised for impact and ready for war."

MFB Step 64 Sequencer

via this auction

Original Mint Condition 1983 Oberheim DX Drum Machine With Factory MIDI SN H50103

via this auction

Akai AX60 1986 Vintage 6 Voice VCO Analog Synth

via this auction, also on Reverb

"Much like a Juno 106, but less tamed and more wild. Thanks to its filter and VCO based architecture, this is one unique and true analog synthesizer. While still capable of warm and soft tones, the resonance on this filter is one of the most aggressive I’ve ever heard, and it doesn’t take too much push to get it to sound mean. Really one of the more fun and intuitive analog polysynths to program sounds on."

Seaboard RISE 2 Tutorial: Create Infinitely Expressive Music

video upload by ROLI

"Looking to get started with your Seaboard RISE 2? Join producer Taetro in this in-depth walkthrough and make infinitely expressive music. From perfecting your MPE settings; to mastering 5D Touch; to recording tracks in your DAW, this deep dive has all you need to begin. You'll also learn how to get the most from your included ROLI Studio and Equator2 software.

▬▬ Contents ▬▬
0:00 — Introduction
0:37 — Getting Started
1:23 — Connecting and Charging
3:51 — 5D Touch
6:30 — Expressive Settings
9:20 — Touch Faders & Side Panel Controls
10:15 — ROLI Dashboard
13:49 — MIDI Mapping
21:55 — ROLI Studio
32:42 — Equator2
36:32 — Setting up RISE 2 in LIVE 11
37:07 — Playing Techniques
38:00 — Caring for your RISE 2"

MODAL MINUTE – COBALT8 Firmware v2 new filters

video upload by Modal Electronics

"With a massive increase in available filters, Firmware v2 for COBALT8 offers more creative tools to sound designers and performers. In this Modal Minute, we show some of the unique features of these new filters and explain the cutoff scaling options.

More Information about COBALT8:"

Batchas - Entredeux

video upload by batchas

"Entre deux migraines, je prends du plaisir...
Késako Player & Reverb for the beat.
Késako ex0ex sent to 'res' input of 1979 MSV.
259e sent to 'exc' input of 1979 MSV.
261e for the modulated high pitch note."

V-SCALE - How to Reset/Re-tune Trimmers to normal 1V/Oct accurate settings (for buffered multiple)

video upload by AJH Synth Official

"This video shows how to return your V-Scale's trimmers back to 'factory default' settings - basically, so that all adjustable outputs are back in their central, accurate 1V/Oct positions. If you've previously adjusted any of the outputs to compensate for another module not tracking accurately, or if you acquired the module from someone else and it's already been adjusted, then it's likely that at some point you'll want to use the module simply as a buffered multiple, for distributing accurate 1V/Oct CV signals to VCO's or other modules. The video shows 2 easy ways of doing this. For musical use it might not always be needed or desired to have VCO's close to perfectly tuned, but the more time spent on adjusting the closer it is possible to get, it really depends on preference. However, tracking across a range of octaves is generally not something that can be compromised too much, and the V-Scale is a purpose-made tool for combatting this problem.
There'll be a full user guide video showing what this module can do very soon, but in the meantime, check out the following video for an example:" [posted here]

ASM Hydrasynth Keyboard Sound Demo - no talking -

video upload by Nicolas Melis

"ASM Hydrasynth Keyboard Sound Demo - no talking -
First day with the Hydrasynth, exploring some
Presets from Factory Bank SpacescapesAR

0:00 - 0:35. C066 antigravengine
0:36 - 0:53. C005 turnback2t
0:54 - 1:18. C004 Sungrazer
1:19 - 2:16. C015 cosmic darkage
2:17 - 2:40. C019 systemsolaire
2:41 - 3:01. C0048 blazar
3:02 - 3:37. C128 by aquila
3:38 - 3:58. C085 chrysalis s&h
3:59 - 4:18. C0024 hello 1980s
4:19 - 4:47. C113 orionis pad"

05 100 Sounds

video upload by gilleslacaud


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

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