MATRIXSYNTH: Sunday, February 26, 2023

Sunday, February 26, 2023


"Become a part of the legacy with the ARP ODYSSEY FS Kit.

In 2015, ARP’s history was thrust into the spotlight with the revival of the ARP Odyssey. Synth fans around the world were ecstatic–authentic reissues of some of the most iconic and legendary ARP synthesizers would finally be revealed. From the ARP ODYSSEY FS with its full-size keyboard, to the long awaited ARP 2600 FS and ARP 2600 M, ARP synths once again stood at the forefront of the modern music scene.

Now, with the release of the ARP ODYSSEY FS Kit, musicians are empowered to take the ARP legacy into their own hands.

Staying true to the ARP Odyssey FS, the kit uses the exact analog circuitry, preserving the original warm and rich sounds we’ve all grown to love. The kit also features all the original specs of the Rev. 3 model with a full-size keyboard and a black panel design with orange lettering. And to facilitate assembly of the Odyssey, a pictorial guide is included; no technical knowledge or soldering is needed.

The ARP Odyssey FS Kit is a one-of-a-kind collectors’ instrument. To commemorate the unique experience of building it yourself, it is distinguished from any other ARP Odyssey with its own serial number engraved into an elegant metal plate.

With this kit, not only will you be able to get the coveted ARP sound that legendary musicians have been using for the last 50 years, you will also be able to create it with your own hands. We hope that you will make this special ARP ODYSSEY a one-of-a-kind instrument just for you."

"Free bundle of music software

The ARP ODYSSEY FS Kit comes with a diverse variety of music software from Izotope including “Ozone Elements” which lets you not only create songs but also master them using AI, “Skoove” which will help you improve your keyboard playing skills, “Reason Lite” DAW software, as well as software synths from KORG and other brands.

In other words, the moment you get your hands on this synthesizer you'll have a variety of tools to help you take your music to the next level."

via Korg

SHIK MIDI Controller and Octatrack Integration // Performance Template 2.3

video upload by EZBOT

"Join me as we take a closer look at the SHIK MIDI controller and how you can use it with my Performance Template v2.3.1 for the Octatrack MK1/2

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Roland Super JX-10 Original Factory Patches Demo - With Ibanez SDR-1000 - Mozart Rondo Alla Turca

video upload by WayneJoness

"Original Factory Patches from the Roland Super JX-10. I recorded this in 1986 using my Roland JX-10 with the Ibanez SDR-1000 stereo reverb. I sequenced Mozart's Rondo Alla Turca using Voyetra's Sequencer Plus. On playback I randomly switched different patches on the JX-10 and SDR-1000, going directly to cassette tape. I edited some of the beginning as I did not start changing the patches until a bit of a way into the piece. I am amazed at how expression the JX-10 is, responding only to changes in key velocity.

These are dual, layered patches. You can really hear the stereo sound, and the Ibanez SDR-1000 was a true stereo reverb with an independent reverb for the left and right channels. You can also hear some of the non-linear patches from the SDR-1000 like gated reverb."

Roland GR-300 Analog Guitar Synthesizer - Pro Tip - Super Filter Modulation w/ Expression Ramper

video upload by WayneJoness

"The GR-300 lacks Filter Modulation, a staple of Analog Synthesizers. This video shows how to use the OBNE, Old Blood Noise Effects - Expression Ramper to modulate the GR-300 filter using the filter pedal input in the GR-300.

A big shout out to Ian Thompson who brought this to my attention! Thanks Ian!"

The Classic Oberheim OB-8 - Basic Programming Tutorial

video upload by Andy Whitmore

"The Oberheim OB-8 is a subtractive analog synthesizer launched by Oberheim in early 1983 and discontinued in 1985. As the fourth product in the OB-series of polyphonic compact synthesizers, the OB-8 was the successor to the OB-Xa. The number of production was about 3,000 units.

The OB-8 features eight-voice polyphony, two-part multi-timbrality, a 61-note processor-controlled piano keyboard, sophisticated programmable LFO and envelope modulation, two-pole and four-pole filters, arpeggiator, external cassette storage, MIDI capability and 120 memory patches, 24 bi-timbral patches, and used the Z80 CPU. The musician's interface also consists of two pages of front panel programmable controls, left panel performance controls and a set of foot pedals and switches."

Touring Jean-Michel Jarre's Studio In Paris

video upload by Headliner

"Join us as electronic music pioneer and composer, Jean-Michel Jarre invites us to his recording studio in Paris.

His studio is a haven of vintage and modern gear, including a plethora of synths and his @SSLvideos desk.

Other highlights include a digital Mellotron, an impressive modular synth rack, @MoogMusicInc Sub37, and a fascinating acoustic speaker."

Basil LUNCH BREAK - Top Secret Banger

video upload by Bastl Instruments

"If you are our fan for some time you will probably get what that thing on the left is. But What can be that new module on the right?!"

Argon8 Wave Scopes Soundset 65 Presets

video upload by LFOstore

"'Wave Scopes' soundset for Argon8, Argon8M and Argon8X by Modal Electronics .


New soundset "Wave Scopes" 65 new patches contains an exquisite selection Arpeggio, Sequence, Evolving Pad, Rhytmic Sequence, Soundtrack, Ambient, SFX Atmosphere.

Precisely programmed modulation matrix make sound evolve and develop in terrific ways.

'Wave Scopes' uses all the new features of OS 3.2

There are a lot of sound libraries for Argon, but I hope that you will find new sounds and non-standard solutions in my sound bank.

The soundset 'Wave Scopes' requires Modal Argon8, Argon8M and Argon8X Firmware V3.2
The demo tune was recorded in real time and does not contain external effects.

Made by Alexander Kav"

Tera Pro BrainZ Tour

video upload by boxoftextures

"So I was planning to do a Tera Pro video this week just, well, just because. There were a good number of things that took me a while to either figure out, or perhaps just to notice, so I've been thinking of doing not a demo and not a tutorial, but more of a tour. But then they released the BrainZ module as an add-on, based on the Mutable Instruments Plaits module, that you can add to Tera Pro. So I did a tour of the basics of the BrainZ module instead, and I'll do a more general tour at a later date.

So the good part is that BrainZ adds a ton of options to Tera Pro. It's got 16 different synth models, and a good number of controls for them. Basically I set up an 8-step sequence and let it run while I went through each of the different models. So, true confession, I recorded the video, edited it, put in the labels, and only when it was more or less done was when I realized I'd gone through the models row by row, whereas the manual goes through one column and then down the next. Totally my fault! And hopefully I'm not going to confuse everyone. At least I noticed and was able to change the labels so they'd be correct. But to make matters worse, I skipped one! (15. Analog Snare Drum Model.) No idea why, but thankfully at least the one I skipped I used in my demo patch, so you at least get to hear it. Honestly I was wondering what all those crazy icons meant, and it turns out they make sense, and some of them are related to each other (the drum ones, for instance). So remember kids, read the manual first and then make your video.

Note that there's a lot more capability in BrainZ than I've shown here as I've only done some basic modulation. There's more in it than I've shown.

I totally recommend Tera Pro, and I have both of the optional add-ons (the other one being the Waves wavetable module). Once you wrap your head around the perhaps slightly unusual user interface it makes a lot of sense, and making your own patches can be very rewarding once you've gotten comfortable with it.


Shut up and play the Arturia MiniFreak

video upload by mylarmelodies

"Being a demonstration of (mostly) original sounds and jams I came up with on the Arturia MiniFreak, and all the talking edited out. No external effects. 👉 Buy 50 MiniFreak presets I made here!"

Synthesis Technology E352 Cloud Terrarium VCO Eurorack Module

via this auction

"The Synthesis Technology E352 combines the latest 200MHz 32-bit ARM DSP with SynthTech's Cloud and Morphing algorithms found in the legendary E340 Cloud Generator and the E350 Morphing Terrarium.

The VCO is based upon a unique implementation of wavetable synthesis using 256 fixed-sample-length tables of 16-bit values. Each bank in memory consists of 64 wavetables, in an 8x8 array (like a chessboard). The proprietary DSP algorithms then allow either smooth or 'glitched' morphing between the wavetables in various ways. The E352 comes with 3 factory banks (192 total waves) and internal FLASH memory to hold 26 user-defined banks. This allows over 1,650 individual wavetables to be accessible. The free, cross-platform WaveEdit program is used to generate and import WAV files to user Banks.

Each VCO has 3 CV inputs (called Parameters or PARMs) which the VCO mode assigns to functions within that algorithm. In addition, there is a hard SYNC input, and the FM can be set to exponential or 3 ranges of TZFM (Thru-Zero FM)."

Technics WSA1R synthesizer Module

via this auction

You can find demos in previous posts here.

Meng Qi Wingie 2 // Blippoo Box New Firmware Demo

video upload by Dexba

"What a fantastic addition!
As a beautiful homage to Rob Hordijk's legacy, Meng Qi has just released a new firmware, featuring a recreation of the Blippoo Box.
It sounds incredible, it will provide hours of sonic exploration in the ultra-compact, battery-powered Wingie form factor, what could we ask for more?
Can't wait to see what other firmware will come for the Wingie platform!!!
In this video, you will find a bit of a demo and a rough tutorial.
Hope you'll find it useful! 🧡"

Separated | Roland JD-800 ambient soundscape improvisation

video upload by MIDERA

"Another round with the Roland JD-800 . Someone recommended that I try making a sound and copying it to the other 3 parts and using an LFO on the filter and adjusting the individual LFOs per part. That’s basically what this patch is.

I’m not sure if this is growing on me yet or not. I think I have the basic navigation down and I’m liking it. Again, I compare it to the D50 and I feel it just doesn’t quite have the character or charm that the D50 has. And I must admit I really like the D50’s filter and FX section. I really love the Chorus in the D50 quite a bit. And why is the ‘chase’ function missing? Why’d Roland get rid of that? It was pretty nice and fun to use.

That said, I’m starting to like the tones I’m getting out of this. I made a few other patches as well that I really liked, although I didn’t record them here.

If you have other suggestions on how to use this thing, I have so far found the internet to be somewhat quiet on the JD-800. I don’t know why that is. The D50 is everywhere, so are the other Roland synths. But for the JD-800, I just am not seeing much of anything, apart from a few posts here and there about people wanting to sell theirs."

DX5 playing Van Halen "Jump" synth riff (only) on a JX-8P

video upload by DX5

"A riff that came to my head on yesterday's live streaming, played on a Roland JX-8P, as a sound demonstration. The sound reminds quite a lot the original Oberheim synth.
Van Halen's "Jump" originally composed by Alex Van Halen, David Lee Roth, Eddie Van Halen.
Synth riff performed here by DX5 Jose Maria Bara.
PS: DX5 is me, not that I am playing this on a Yamaha DX5 :-)"

'Moonlight Sonata' - Eurorack Modular Rendition

video upload by Piotr Garbaczonek

"Thanks for watching!
#modular #eurorack #moonlightsonata

This time around all sounds that are being heard, come from the modular system, but the entire sequence is comprised of 4 monophonic MIDI tracks inside of Ableton. Each of the tracks has a CV Instrument plugin from the CV tools package. I am using my Expert Sleepers ES-9, which is a DC-coupled interface, which allows me to send clock data, CV, and Gate outputs directly from Ableton into eurorack modular without a need of a MIDI interface. I am using 4 monophonic tracks because the interface has 8 DC-coupled outputs, which are being used as follows:
1- Gate for melody track 1
The first gate out is going into the first input on the Ornament & Crime Digital Multi-function module in 4 x EG mode, which gives it 4 variable-clock envelope generators with a visual oscilloscope. From there, gate output from o_C goes into Mutable Instruments Plaits as a trigger input. The output of plaits goes through the first channel of Qu-Bit Tone for filtering, and then into the first channel on a quad VCA, and then into the first audio output on the ES-9.
2- Pitch/CV for melody track 1
The first pitch/CV out is going into the 1V/Oct input on the Mutable Instruments Plaits, to control the pitch of it, directly from Ableton’s first monophonic track.
3- Gate from melody track 2
The 2nd gate out is going into the Ornament & Crime’s (o_C) second envelope generator. Then it goes into the Strum input on the Mutable Instruments Rings, which is the 2nd oscillator in this patch. From Rings we have the identical signal patch as on the first track, but on the 2nd channel of each subsequent module. (Filter → VCA → Out)
4- Pitch/CV for melody track 2
The second pitch/CV out is going into the 1V/Oct input on the Mutable Instruments Rings, to control the pitch of it, directly from Ableton’s second monophonic track.
5- Gate for melody track 3
The 3rd gate out is going into the Ornament & Crime’s (o_C) second envelope generator. Then it goes into the CV input on 3rd channel of my VCA: Mutable Instruments Veils. Then it goes right into the audio output 3 on the ES-9.
6- Pitch/CV for melody track 3
The third pitch/CV out is going into the 1V/Oct input on the Instruō Cš-L (Dual Complex Oscillator), to control the pitch of it, directly from Ableton’s third monophonic track.
7- Gate for melody track 4
The 4th gate out is going into the Ornament & Crime’s (o_C) second envelope generator. Then it goes into the CV input on the 4th channel of my VCA: Mutable Instruments Veils. Then it goes right into the audio output 4 on the ES-9.
8- Pitch/CV for melody track 4
The fourth pitch/CV out is going into the second channel’s 1V/Oct input on the Instruō Cš-L (Dual Complex Oscillator), to control the pitch of it, directly from Ableton’s third monophonic track.

Now we get into the surround and miscellaneous modulations, which control the piece’s stereo movement, giving it spaciousness and an emotional feel. The output from Mutable Instruments Plaits is split, the first route is going just like it is described in the first 2 points above. The split output is going into the Mutable Instruments Clouds (which is being heavily modulated by the Divkid øchd module (8 drifting LFO). And then from there, it is going stereo l/r out into the ES-9s extra inputs. The Rings output follows the same convention, as it is also being split, but it on the other hand goes through Instruō Arbhar, and then into Instruō Lúbadh for additional processing. The stereo output from Arbhar is going into the ES-9, and one of the outputs from there is being split to also go into the Lúbadh. (Arbhar is a granular processor, and Lúbadh is a digital 2-track reel-to-reel tape machine)

Additional multi-band compression, EQ, and Limiting are done in the post inside of Ableton on the Bus level to minimize the unnecessarily large amount of processing, for a clear modular tonality.

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Perks of being a member include Patch from scratch videos, behind-the-scenes, HD pictures of gear and such, unreleased music, sample packs, and many more :)"

Ultra Low Profile Patch Cables, I call Them Self-Patch Cables

video upload by EZBOT

"In this short video I show off Modbang's Self-Patch eurorack patch cable. They are soft and bendable but don't stay bent, if you know what I mean. These cables are very short, they are 3.5" and they glow-in-the-dark, which is really just an added bonus if you want to snap a nice shot of your system.

Check them out here: and use my special code for 10% off: EZBOT23"

'Filter on Filter' Jam: Ladder into Fixed Filter Bank 914 & Lunar Module 'Bit-crushing' Drum Sounds

video upload by AJH Synth Official

"Minimal Synth & Percussion Jam: 3 VCO's into Ladder Filter, then Fixed Filter Bank 914, with DH-ADSR envelope control over mix of both filters. Also down-sampling/bit-reduction effect using the Lunar Module to crunch then distort incoming audio/drum pattern from an iOS app (Patterning 1).

The classic Moog Modular-based Fixed Filter Bank 914 totally transforms the sonic character of the output from the Minimoog-based 24dB low pass VCF, creating a vocal/choir timbre, which is fed 3 sawtooth waves, each with their own LFO/modulation. The envelope automates the FFB module's built-in mixer, morphing the sound from just the Ladder VCF, to the Ladder through the Fixed Filter Bank. The Lunar Module is great for taking a too-hi-fi sound and giving it some lo-fi character, with optional crunchy distortion, making it sit more comfortably alongside it's analogue Eurorack neighbours. Old-school, vintage-voiced sounds and circuitry FTW.

The AJH SYNTH Eurorack range consists of high-end modules, all hand-made in the UK, most of which are based on classic, vintage designs, authentically recreating the circuitry of much sought-after analogue instruments and technologies of the past, whilst greatly expanding them, and bringing them to modern Eurorack levels of convenience, limitless flexibility, and reliability.

Check out the AJH Synth playlists for module 'User Guides', and 'Patch of The Week' videos, which will be either performances or 'how to' guides, detailing functions/methods, and a range of sounds, some familiar, some less so, containing a patch sheet at the end to show you how to construct it for yourself.

Video by @DreamsOfWires"

TTMC Tokyo Delay MODEL TD-1 BUCHLA Music Easel Card

video uploads by

TTMC Tokyo Delay MODEL TD-1 BUCHLA Music Easel Card
TTMC Tokyo Delay MODEL TD-1 Delay Time Random
TTMC Tokyo Delay MODEL TD-1 Delay Time , Feedback Random

Tokyo Delay MODEL TD-1 Card
buchla easel command


video upload by zack dagoba

"EMS and Moog together"

EMS SYNTHI A/SWITCHTRIX SYNTHE A x2 with matrix interface


"Here's a simple patch using two SYNTHE A's connected with our matrix interface."

Doctor Who Theme by Delia Derbyshire and Ron Grainer, Cover with the Korg Monologue/Minilogue

video upload by Mattelica

"Live take of the Doctor Who Theme song with a Korg Monologue on Key Trigger/Hold mode on bass and the Korg Minilogue + internal delay/feedback on melody to a Yamaha MG10xu mixer with internal early reflection fx to a Canon 6D + 17-40mm lens"

Yamaha AVX-1 - THE RAREST Yamaha Synth

via this auction

"This is the THE rarest Synthesizer Yamaha ever made.

It’s existence was doubted for a long time. There are a very few people who have even seen a real picture of it.

And here it is:
ITS REAL! Fully working, excellent condition and great sounding!

„The Yamaha AVX1 is a super rare MIDI-compatible AWM Voice Expander that comprise the expanded system of the HX Series Electone. An FM expander was also available: the Yamaha FVX1. The AVX1 is based on Yamaha's advanced wave memory (AWM) engine, which combines and filters sampled sounds to create voices, that would later power the SY line of synthesizers.

The AVX1 doesn't have onboard samples, but uses external swappable ROM cards made specifically for the HX Series Electone. Up to eight of these cartridges can be inserted in a special drawer. Then it's possible to either play a single tone with 16 notes of polyphony or two of them layered with 8 notes of polyphony each. There are 16 performance slots available to save layer combinations.

Similarly to what is offered on the DMP7 and DMP11, the onboard mixers also has additional effects available: Stereo-Chorus, Stereo-Pan, Symphonic, Phaser, Flanger, Delay, Tremolo, Digital hall, Celeste and Wah.„

- 110V unit.

This is a real collector’s item. And a must have for Yamaha enthusiasts!"

Vintage ARP 2600 model 2602 SN 0248

via this auction

"This one is Very Very rare The later model 220v european version carries the 2602 designation. There were relatively small numbers of these sold but they are electrically identical to the 2601.

Serial number 248

Very great condition 100% working order refurbished

tantalum capacitors replaced , Recalibrated.

New filters capacity power supply ,all sliders in very good condition working,

his late version 2602 circuits are all open, so if a component ever goes bad, repair should be easy.

RCA cinch spring tank new , new Schuko power plugs standard

Tolex in very good condition

You can use it with Midi CV convert to Midi keyboards or Arturia Key step controllers etc etc....

This is rare opportunity to buy a great ARP 2600 vintage 100% working order the most robust and easy to maintain version"

Red Roland SH-101 Monophonic Analog Synthesizer

via this auction

Kurzweil K2000/K2000S Synthesizer Guides, Docs & VHS Cassette

via this auction

"SMP Sampling Options Version 2 Software Guide

K2000 Version 3 Software Musician’s Guide Supplemental. Very Good Condition

K2000 Musican’s Guide. Very Good Condition

Kurzweil K2000 Video Training Manual VHS 1991 - Very Good Condition — Never played!!! Rare!"

Korg Prophecy Physical Modeling Synthesizer Preset Demos

video uploads by Old Korg MaCross

The Prophecy was one of the first synthesizers that made a real breakthrough in the music of the 90s of the twentieth century. A modern digital instrument with all the advantages of this solution, which sounds like a real, classic analog, without its disadvantages!

The Prophecy Solo Synthesizer was introduced in 1995. It is a monophonic instrument with DSP synthesis first developed for the Korg OASYS synthesizer. Synthesis is distinguished by algorithms for creating realistic analog timbres, VPM (Variable Phase Modulation) tones similar to FM synthesis, and physically modeled brass, reed and plucked instruments. Wind instruments sound sensational in it. Additionally, many programmable parameters can be controlled in real time: filter cutoff and resonance, envelopes and arpeggiator. An interesting solution is to use, apart from the pitch and mod wheel, an expressive double-action ribbon wheel. The instrument has six effects processors!
Used by many musicians (especially jazz)

It was used by, among others: Apollo 440, Depeche Mode, Download, Jan Hammer, Joe Zawinul, Kobe, Meat Mirwais, Orbital, Pet Shop Boys, Radio Head, Theatre, The Prodigy, Radio Head, Rick Wakeman, Yes, Joe Zawinul. A great, intuitive, modern, still great-sounding synthesizer for techno, electronic, dance, jazz music. You can write that it is an element of the synthesizer from the OASIS workstation and a less developed synthesizer from the Z1.

Polyphony - Monophonic
Oscillators - Physical Modeling
LFO - 4 LFOs, 30 Waveforms, Real-Time Modulation, 0-60Hz
Filter - Voice Filter: Resonant Low/Hi/Band/Notch
VCA - 4 envelopes
Keyboard - 37 keys (with velocity & aftertouch)
Arpeg/Seq - Arpeggiator: Programmable, Sends/Receives MIDI Clock
Control - MIDI
Date Produced - 1995

ROLAND JX-8P Vintage Synthesizer Sound Shaping w/ Dtronics DT800 Controller

video upload by TrumJohann's Mancave

"Just a lot of tweaking quite randomly...
Clip from August 2022
Audio taken directly from the stereo source"

ZAPS Makes Me Feel Funny Inside

video upload by Red Means Recording

"Winter Plankton Zaps is a percussion-line synth eurorack voice designed for creating organic sequences that can mutate over time.

The unit in this video was provided by Winter Modular.

00:00 intro to zaps
02:29 zaps walkthrough
08:19 zaps as a melodic voice
10:36 bank exploration and jam

Join me on Patreon and get access to music, presets, samples, and a great community:

Take a lesson with me:"

Transition | MakeNoise XPO x XPO

video upload by Cinematic Laboratory

"The X typically marks the location of a treasure and often symbolizes a crossroad or transition, invoking many associations.
XPO is the latest addition to the MakeNoise stereo lineup and I unofficially name my case the Shared System X. It's roughly a Shared System, but with dual XPO's instead of the DPO, QPAS, Mimeophon and X-PAN."

Atlas || Generative Ambient Moog Grandmother + Minitaur + Mother-32 + Subharmonicon

video upload by Claus Gahrn

"Longform generative ambient music on the Moog Grandmother, Mother-32, Subharmonicon, and Minitaur.

Midi generated in Ableton Live.
Software effects: Valhalla Supermassive"

Blippoo for Wingie: a Wingie2's alternative firmware

video upload by Meng Qi

"Blippoo for Wingie is an alternative firmware for Wingie2. The new firmware is inspired by Blippoo Box, a genius instrument created by Rob Hordijk (1958-2022), who contributed a lot to synthesizer design. May his spirit lives on in his instrument designs, thoughts, and influences.

get it:

The new firmware could turn your Wingie2 into a self-contained instrument capable of producing a variety of sounds and patterns. As a great companion, it will help you in your music-making practice especially when you want to applicate controlled chaos to your music."

Orla DSE 24 editor on Ctrlr - FM sound Made in Italy

video upload by VSMI - Vintage Synths Made in Italy

"Bohm/Orla DSE 12/24 Editor on Ctrlr panel
thx to the creator! I download this Panel many years ago and I can't find nothing about it now!
If you know somethings more, I will glad to update this lines...
What a wonderful FM sound!!
Viscount EFX 100 reverb"

Messing Around with Leads on Analog Synths

video upload by Bata

"Just layering a few monosynths and attempting to get some leads off. Holding the camera was a bad idea for this as it resulted in multiple playing errors.

Synths used were Nord Wave, Moog Source, Behringer 2600, Studio Electronics Boomstar, Behringer Pro-1, and a Xoxbox. Akai MPC-X does the drums along with a Simmons SDS-V."

buchla 208C

video upload by studio snippets


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

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