MATRIXSYNTH: Tuesday, March 14, 2023

Tuesday, March 14, 2023

EMS VCS3 The Putney sound effects. It’s for sale too!

video upload by Jay Wires

"Trying to fit this EMS VCS3 into my next song but not sure if it’s gonna work for this one. This synth was meticulously refurbished and is for sale at @tonetweakers along with most other great vintage synths."

Pi Day 2023 - Rhythmic, melodic, and timbral explorations with pi

video upload by CatSynth TV

"We celebrate Pi Day this year by exploring rhythmic and timbral possibilities with π. Specifically, we look at rhythmic subdivisions (π-tuplets) and harmonics based on ratios of the square root of π. We use the Euterpea music-composition library in the prorgramming language Haskell for our rhythmic and melodic work. For the timbres with pi-based harmonics, we use Cherry Audio Sines and Arturia's Synclavier V. The music is the assembled and played in Ableton Live; addition examples using Arturia CMI V and Pigments.

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PeacockMedia MIDISID jam with Drumstep Pro

video upload by Dj Puzzle

"Something new on the Table of Boom. Here we have an Arturia Drumstep Pro sequencing the Sinmons SDS9 and the MIDISID. It’s also sending sync to the 1010music Razzmatazz. The Replicator is a cassette tape echo device. Interesting fact, the MIDISID uses two SID chip clones to generate synth sounds you would find made by a Commodore 64. MIDISID uses two modern SID recreations (Nano SwinSIDs). The reveb on the MIDISID is coming from that cheap Harbinger mixer I got a couple months ago. I think it sounds nice for the price."

Bask in the analog synth majesty of the Korg Trident Mk.1

video upload by Mamotreco

"As the sun rises over majestic hilltops and mountains, the nippy morning air is rich with the sound of musical tones. It's the harmonious melody of a Korg Trident synthesizer. The analog warmth reverberates through the images of valleys and mountains, perfectly complementing the stunning natural landscapes of the north east areas of Spain. #vintagesynths #korgtrident #80ssynth

The Korg Trident Mk.1 synthesizer is a wonderful analog polysynth, crafted in the 80s to produce a variety of rich sounds. Its three analog synth sections, each with its own distinct tone and controls, blend together to create powerful sounds that can evoke lush and complex sonic landscapes.

With images of nature appear on screen, the sound of the Korg Trident Mk.1 takes on a life of its own in relation to the beauty of the surroundings on display. The warm and inviting analog synth tones of the Korg Trident underline beauty of the surrounding images of wilderness beside it.

Terrassa is the city at the foot of these mountains with a population of 200,000 people, 12 miles away from Barcelona. Highlights of the city include:
- shopping mall 'Parc Vallès'
- people walking around
- olympic stadium with CaixaBank cashpoint not too far away
- parking space
- largely rocky mountain massif next to city, aka Sant Llorenç natural park
- lottery ticket booths
- some museums so you can learn more about the city

The Korg Trident Mk.1 is the synth for all seasons and settings. Its sound is equally at home in the shadow of chilly mountains as it is in the verdant fair-weather hills of spring and summer. No matter the time of year or location, the Korg Trident's analog warmth and organic sound complements your personal vision of nature.

For more synth dulcet tones at a nice price:
Previous music releases available here:"

Sequential Circuits Prophet VS Rackmount + Stereoping Controller + Memory Card [32 banks]

via this auction

Red Roland SH-101 w/ Mod Grip

via this auction

Farfisa Syntorchestra

via this auction

"Farfisa Syntorchestra from the 1970s. It is fully functional and is in good condition overall. There are some areas where the wood covering is missing or has been glued back on. Additionally, one of the feet has been glued back together after breaking off. This synth has incredible lead and string sounds."

Roland SH-4d Synthesizer // Acid Test

video upload by Acid Alex

"Can the Roland SH-4d do acid? You tell me!"

Transforming Audio with the Alter Audio Timetosser + Roland SH-4d | (Quick Sound Demo, No Talking)

video upload by k1wtaBfQGxk

"Quick Demo of the Alter Audio's Timetosser live sampling and slicing directly from the new Roland SH-4d Digital Groovebox + Desktop Synthesizer.⁠

Win a Timetosser:
Learn more about the Timetosser:
Learn more about the Roland SH-4d:

#timetosser #rolandsh4d #shorts #sounddemo
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Roland SH-4d Synthesizer Demo

video upload by Robert Saint John

"A short demo of the new Roland SH-4d synthesizer. I created the sequenced tracks 2-5 (including drums) and left Part 1 open to play the lead. Good progress in a week, and I’m really enjoying it as much as I’d hoped. Great sounds, and very good navigation packed into a solid UI. I need to dig more into the EQ and effects, but I definitely rate it 👍 👍"

Yamaha TX802 Custom Sound Demo (No Talking)

video upload by soitgoesmusic

"A demo of the Yamaha TX802. With similar architecture as the DX7 MkII, this FM rack synth is surprisingly warm.

Patches programmed and played by No effects added. What you hear is direct from the synth. Each part is from one patch only. There is no multi-tracking on any part.

- Has the classic DX7 sound in a 2U rack space
- Can make a very wide range of sounds
- Interface is relatively easy to use

- FM synthesis is difficult to program
- Presets are dated sounding (maybe a pro for some)"

Yamaha Tech Talk: Introducing the new CK Series

video upload by Yamaha Synths Official

"In this episode of Tech Talk, join us as we take a look at the new CK Series Stage Keyboards.

CK turns everywhere you go into a stage or studio with intuitive controls, built-in speakers, and all the sounds you need to create your own sound. CK combines the sounds of the Yamaha CP Stage Piano with the organ and synth-focused YC Stage Keyboard for a totally new sonic palette. Pianos, electric pianos, strings, brass, organ and modern synth. Easy-to-use controls that let you focus on the music, not the menu. Dedicated organ controls and Synth and Effect controls. It’s all battery-powered and has built-in speakers to take your music where it’s never been before. Everywhere."

See the announcement post with addtional videos and details here.

Oberheim Matrix 1000 Analogue Poly: edited using Patch Base. Max MIDI and RME Digicheck visuals. 🔊

video upload by Frequency Manipulator

MIDI Monitor:
Signal Monitoring:

Moog Prodigy (1980) - Werkstatt Matlak

video upload by Werkstatt Matlak

"Final test after in-depth service for a client from Austria.

Multitrack recording, all sounds from this Prodigy.

Song: 'ProdigyCult' part of MPU101 - MPU102"

Roland MRS-2 PROMARS (1978) - Werkstatt Matlak

video upload by Werkstatt Matlak

"Final test after full in-depth restoration.
This instrument was sold to a client in Switzerland.

Multitrack recording, all sounds including drums were done on this MRS-2."

Oberheim - OB-8 (1983) - Werkstatt Matlak

video upload by Werkstatt Matlak

"Final testing after a deep and time consuming repair and service"

Sequential OB-6 sequencer (no talking)

video upload by Mr. Card

"Check out my private collection of Sweet Sounds dedicated to Sequential OB-6:"

Sequential Take 5 + Korg NTS-1 chill jam! #synth #jam #chillmusic

video upload by Elemnt

Morphagene // Mega Modularis' First Reel

video upload by Mega Modularis

"OK! Here we go, this is my first try with the Morphagene, I was very excited to finally receive this module, which has been on my wish list for quite a while, so look out for plenty of Morphagene exploration coming soon. I started with a nice loop from Rangoon on the Lubadh and proceeded to explore and figure out how the Morphagene works, and you can come along with me for the journey! This was my first Reel, although I think after filming this I realised I’d made a new reel and still had an empty first reel, but hey, I’m still learning and exploring how this module works! My goal was to create some nice ambient soundscapes from a relatively simple melodic loop, and I think I accomplished that, what do you think? Of course the Morphagene was helped along my Mimeophon and Beads, some of my favourite ambient making modules! Anyway, sit back & enjoy! MM.

Patch Notes:

Audio: Loop from Big T Music Rangoon on the @instruo Lubadh
Main Voice: @MAKEN0ISEMUSIC Morphagene
Audio Processing & FX: Mutable Instruments Beads & Make Noise Mimeophon
Modulation: ALM Pam’s New Workout & @DivKid Ochd"

Motorized synth knobs: Gimmick or Gamechanger? // NINA by Melbourne Instruments Review and tutorial

video upload by loopop

"Want to play sounds from this synth at home? Check out multisampled patches, available on my Patreon, along my book packed with electronic music ideas, tips and insights:

0:00 Intro
1:35 The knobs
5:10 The synth
6:20 Workflow
7:30 Build & I/O
8:30 Morph
11:45 Layers
12:10 Drum synth?
13:15 Multi synth
15:30 VCOs
16:10 Sub osc
16:30 Osc sync
16:50 Wavetable
18:30 Noise/XOR
19:20 Drive
19:35 Filter
21:15 Pan/Spin
22:50 Effects
25:05 Mod matrix
29:00 Arp
29:35 Sequencer
30:45 Unison
31:40 Settings
32:10 Pros & cons
35:30 Outro
35:55 Twenty-five presets"

See the Melbourne label below for more.

CMS 1000 SERIES ARP 2500 Inspired Eurorack System

This one was spotted and sent in via Soviet Space Child.

Note CMS fully restored this vintage ARP 2500 posted back in 2007. Phil Cirocco of CMS / Discrete Synthesizers is an ARP specialist. See the CMS label for additional posts. via Discrete Synthesizers aka CMS

Left: "The photo shows a suggested arrangement of modules for a 12 module CMS Euro-Rack system. This is Phil Cirocco's personal machine.

UPDATED - 1/20/2023


XILS-lab PolyKB III Gets a New Hi-Res UI & More in Version 3.6.3 Update

video upload by matrixsynth

The press release follows.

XILS-lab lovingly lavishes virtual makeover on acclaimed PolyKB III virtual instrument plug-in, providing new hi-res UI and more with Version 3.6.3

“Since starting XILS-lab, the rarified and revered RSF PolyKobol II analogue polysynth from France has always held a special musical place in our hearts — the true destination of our ongoing journey to create one of the best-sounding virtual analogue synthesizers available today. Tweaking our algorithms for a better sound with less CPU load, we’ve never stopped working on PolyKB III, always adding new features.”

- XILS-lab CEO Xavier Oudin, 2023

GRENOBLE, FRANCE: XILS-lab is proud to take PolyKB III to Version 3.6.3 status — lovingly lavishing the virtual instrument plug-in par excellence with a new hi-res UI (User Interface) and associated faster UI engine alongside full Apple Silicon compatibility and VST3 support, while ensuring that it remains one of the best-sounding virtual analogue synthesizers available, thousands of development man-hours after first being launched in its original PolyKB incarnation as the then-fledgling virtual instrument and effect plug-in-specialising software company’s second product release way back in May 2010 — as of March 14…

Like its predecessors, dating all the way back to a May 2010 release in its original (PolyKB) incarnation, the latest Version 3.6.3 of PolyKB III truly captures the sound and spirit of the rarified and revered RSF PolyKobol II analogue polysynth from France — one that surely should have made more of a musical mark in its own right with advanced analogue waveform-morphing oscillators well ahead of their time, yet sadly saw the demise of its innovative creators, completely out of touch with 1983’s untimely arrival of Yamaha’s digital dominance-triggering DX7 super- seller (shifting upwards of 200,000 units, compared to the miserly 40 units, each costing several times that of a DX7, managed by RSF before it ran into financial difficulties) — to include its most revolutionary feature: analogue waveform-morphing oscillators.

On the face of it, then, those analogue waveform-morphing oscillators — providing instant access to hundreds of different analogue- modelled free-running oscillator waveforms, which is far more than those provided by other virtual instrument plug-ins, including those that switch between oscillator sets — are available for all to see clearly now in Version 3.6.3 of PolyKB III, thanks to its new hi-res UI. Ultimately, they can be dynamically modulated by a number of sources.

When working with the latest Version 3.6.3 of PolyKB III, there are also two gorgeous, creamy-sounding multi-mode filters — VCF 1 and VCF 2 — to play with, each of which is self-resonating in all modes while also making use of XILS-lab’s proprietary 0df (Zero Delay Feedback) technology. There are also three analogue-modelled envelopes — ADSR1, ADSR2, and ADSR3 — with time multiplication and looping facilities, all working together with two LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators) — LFO1 and LFO2 — to deliver a fat, warm, and instantly inspiring ‘analogue’ sound like no other.

Of course, even when first released to the musical masses in December 2016, PolyKB III would not be worthy of joining XILS-lab’s ever- expanding virtual instrument lineup if it did not include innovative and exclusive features — features like each voice having its own modulation engine or, indeed, using the polyphonic SEQUENCER as a giant 128-step, four-line/16-destination so-called ‘Step Sequencer Modulator’ making it fit for being propelled well and truly into the 21st Century! Creatively, this allows users to sculpt not only the most detailed trance- gate patterns, but also slides and incredible rhythmic patterns. Put it this way: with PolyKB III it is possible to modulate anything with anything!

And it is also possible to make each note sound different: the Voice XY module acts as a single-note quad XY modifier — with total control over the creation of subtle or wild variations for each note in a 2D window with four different parameters, while the Space XY module makes creating a 3D space a breeze — users can freely place each note in a three-dimensional space to build otherwise unachievable ‘stereoscapes’ with movement induced by inbuilt chaotic functions. It is fair to say that users have never had so much creative control over the stereo field! Furthermore, both modes can be combined with the True Unison engine, producing dazzlingly deep sounds that will musically take anyone’s breath away and immediately take pride of place in any mix.

Meanwhile, with its new hi-res UI and associated faster UI engine alongside full Apple Silicon compatibility and VST3 support vying for attention and distinguishing the latest Version 3.6.3 of PolyKB III from its acclaimed predecessors while it readily remains one of the best-sounding virtual analogue synthesizers available, XILS-lab CEO Xavier Oudin is justifiably proud of how far it has come and where it is going: “Since starting XILS-lab, the rarified and revered RSF PolyKobol II analogue polysynth from France has always held a special musical place in our hearts — the true destination of our ongoing journey to create one of the best-sounding virtual analogue synthesizers available today. Tweaking our algorithms for a better sound with less CPU load, we’ve never stopped working on PolyKB III, always adding new features.”

The latest Version 3.6.3 of PolyKB III is available to purchase as an iLok-protected virtual instrument plug-in (including computer-based authorisation), priced at an introductory promo price of €59.00 EUR until April 16, 2023 — rising thereafter to its regular price of €199.00 EUR — directly from XILS-lab via its dedicated webpage, which also includes more in-depth information, here:

The latest Version 3.6.3 of PolyKB III can be directly downloaded in 64-bit AAX-, AU-, VST- and VST3-compatible formats for macOS (10.9+) and 64-bit AAX-, VST-, and VST3-compatible formats for Windows (7/8/10) from here:"

Korg Livestream: Quick Tips for Navigating the Korg Drumlogue

video upload by Korg

"Join us Tuesday, March 14th at 1 PM EST for a Korg Drumlogue livestream all about navigating through this incredible three-fold hybrid drum machine! Korg's Natalie Chami will be answering your questions and giving some great helpful tips throughout the stream to make sure you're getting the best out of your Korg Drumlogue and incorporating it into your synth set-up the best way possible!"

Ensoniq SD-1 "Between Worlds" Soundset (Big Demo)

video upload by LFOstore

" proudly presents a second soundset for Ensoniq synthesizer - Ensoniq SD-1 "Between Worlds" Soundset.


SD-1 is a real deep,versatile & powerfull synthesizer, one of the really first wavetable ones.

'Between Worlds' Soundset crossing 2 worlds - digital & analog timbres and contains 54 organic presets:

*Big & massive strings
*Various unearthly drones
*Silky and evolving pads
*Plucks & Bells
*Various hybrid basses
*Polyphonic & Modular sounds
*Cutting Leads

Soul of Ensoniq SD-1 sounds really cosmic & cinematic + its a great machine for synthwave music.

Made by Nick Klimenko aka Chronos, a creator of 'Organica' for Waldorf Blofeld & 'WS Universe' for Korg Wavestation. Enjoy & may music be with you!"

LoFi Future SGFX 100 Analog Glitch FX Processor

video upload by LoFiFuture

"Available to order here:

The SGFX (Studio Glitch FX) 100 is the first model in the new line of large format video glitch fx processors by LoFi Future

Whilst LoFi Future designs usually aim to be compact the SGFX 100 sacrifices portability in favour of a wide range of effects. The 17" wide console can be used as a desktop unit or a 1U 19" rack mount unit (with supplied rack ears)

The controls all reside on the front face of the unit, leaving the top a useable surface to place other pieces of gear (The Panasonic AVE5 and AVE7 video mixers can sit nicely on top for example)

The unit features 10 main controls for altering the image. The first two are specific functions, one being the sharpness / softness control and one being the chroma / colour control. The other 8 are the circuit bent effects that can be combined in all sorts of ways.

As well as these ten controls there is also a true bypass switch and a 'soft bypass' knob. The true bypass switch will completely bypass the FX. The soft bypass knob however will let some of the unaffected video signal mix with the effect video signal when the FX are engaged. This can help restore some stability to the image and also change how all of the FX respond opening up more possibilities.

-PAL and NTSC compatible
-12V DC input (power supply NOT included)
-Desktop / rackmount enclosure"

Tiny Eurorack Synth Reconfig Test 03/14/2023

video upload by John L Rice

"This system is only four modules now:

2hp Rnd for clock and modulation
Vermona meloDICER sequencer
Tall Dog uBraids voice module
Happy Nerding FX AID effects module
4ms Pod48x case
Tendrils Cables"

DEMO - Chants from the Heart / KITARO 喜多郎 COVER

video upload by ltpstan

"A short preview of something exciting in the works!"

GlitchScaper audio unit test with GarageBand (3 parts)

video upload by Igor Vasiliev

"Coming soon! All details will be here:
GlitchScaper - Rhythm & Glitch machine (iOS/macOS). Testing as audio unit in GarageBand with built-in drum machine. Mixed perfectly with the rhythms of classic drum machines and sequencers."

Vocoded Drums are Awesome

video upload by Critter & Guitari

"What's more rock and roll than regular drums? Vocoder Drums. What's cooler than singing into a vocoder? Vocoder Drums. How did Röyksopp make that cool beat at the beginning of 2003's Remind Me? Vocoder Drums.
You probably already have the Vocoder RL patch, but you can download it here:"

Roland D-550 Synthesizer SN 832867

via this auction

Additional Tone Tweakers Listings, also on Reverb

Roland CSQ-100 Digital Sequencer SN 841086

via this auction

Additional Tone Tweakers Listings, also on Reverb

"This unit was disassembled. Old brittle and cracked neopren dust protectors were replaced with new ones, the left side plastic was broken on the inside and was glued, and a defective fader was opened up, cleaned and repaired. This work took 2 hours of skilled vintage synth tech labor, which is super fast as far as vintage gear servicing goes."


via this auction

"One of the fattest, roundest, pleasantly analog synthesizers around! It's long been known for creating some of the thickest and best analog pads, sweeps, buzzes, basses and textures. It features Matrix Modulation for extremely wild virtual patching for almost unlimited range of sounds and modulation capabilities!

Matrix 12 is much fatter and more programmable than either. Every control can have an effect on some other parameter thanks to Oberheim's flexible design. For example, there are 15 types of LFOs and VCAs per voice! And there's plenty of diagrams drawn out on the front panel of the synth to help you figure out some signal routing. This is not a synth for the beginner."

1981 Moog Prodigy 32-Key Monophonic Analog Synthesiser

via this auction

PEARL SC-40 8Ch Hybrid Drum Percussion Synthesizer SN 100487

via this auction

"The SC-40 is an extremely rare and fantastic flagship drum synthesizer that provides powerful hybrid drum synthesis with unique waveforms and analog filters.
The SC-40 can be controlled using MIDI signals and 8 drum trigger pad signals.
It's also possible to trigger it using EURORACK modular trigger signals.
Please note that this unit is designed for 100 Voltage and you may require a voltage converter to use it.


DWAP Synthesis (Digital Wave Analog Process)
Waveform: 32 waveforms and Noise
2WG, 4VCF(LP x 2, HP x 2), 4EG per 1 Voice
Polyphony: 4 Voices
Program Memory: 8 Pads x 32 or 16 Pads x16
Preset Tone: 128
Pad Input: 8
Output: Mixed Out(L. R), 8 Indivisual Out, Phone
MIDI: In. Out, Thru"

Yamaha CS-50 SN 1954 w/ MIDI Mod

via this auction

"Yamaha CS50, fitted with a working fully responsive Kenton Midi Kit. It’s been worked on by the legendary EARS studio, and has been kept in my professional music studio without touring since I’ve owned it for the past 10 years. This particular instrument has been used on the Rapture DFA records, to my own work on Netflix and more."

Roland Jupiter 6

via this auction

Roland Juno-106 near mint w/ Original Box

via this auction

EMS VCS3 Synth - Pro Serviced

via this auction

"EMS VCS3 MK2 in beautiful condition.
Pro Serviced by EMS expert Constantin (Portabellabz)."

Buchla Easel Command Standalone Desktop Synthesizer with MIDI and CV Control SN 0785 0830

via this auction

"Mint Buchla Easel Command with USB Host USB-A option installed. This option allows a user to plug most USB controllers directly into the Easel. This comes with many extra patch cords, BU-RPC retro program card, power supply, quick start guide and original box."

Waldorf Microwave Rackmount Wavetable Synthesizer SN 300577

via this auction

Access Virus TI 2

via this auction

VERMONA Kick Lancet Analog Kick Drum Synthesizer

via this auction


via this auction

Yamaha CS10 vintage analog monophonic synthesizer with case

via this auction

UAD Spark Opal Morphing Synth Demo

video upload by Nicolas Melis

"UAD Spark Opal Morphing Synth Demo
Exploring the presets of the UAD Spark Opal Morphing Synth

0:00 - 0:30. 1984
0:31 - 0:53. alien warship
0:54 - 1:24. amorphus
1:25 - 1:53. analog gregorian
1:54 - 2:13. apex poly
2:14 - 2:32. aussie squares
2:33 - 2:51. bass jumper
2:52 - 3:30. beautiful underscore
3:31 -3:48. bellini
3:49 - 4:06. bell deep
4:07 - 4:35. brass pad
4:36 - 5:01. David's pad
5:02 - 5:21. decency
5:22 - 5:45. dreamy chords
5:46 - 6:25. eighties sci fi
6:26 - 6:50. fauxberheim
6:51 - 7:09. four against five
7:10 - 7:44. la Batteur Electronique"

New Moog Matriarch Demo Library Videos

New videos have been added to the playlist in this post; four from today.

RetroSound's Favorite Jupiter Synthesizer - Roland Jupiter-4 (1978)

video upload by RetroSound

"(c)2007-23 by RetroSound
supported by UVI:

❤️ Support #RetroSound​ channel:

The Jupiter-4 came out in 1978 and was one of the first polyphonic synthesizers along with the Prophet 5 and the OB-X. Being affordable, he was often found on the coming New Wave music. The Human League, Heaven 17, Duran Duran, Simple Minds and many other groups used the JP4. The sound is very unique and stands out from the big brothers. Wilder, louder, darker. I prefer this sound character over the others.

The demo video shows some special sound characteristics of the first Jupiter synth.

The Jupiter-4 playlist:"

Korg Volca Kick Editor and Soundbank as VST and Standalone version

video upload by mller30161

"You can buy it on my homepage:
Price: 6,90 € / $ 7
Here are my Midi Editor and Soundbank for the Korg Volca Kick.
The Volca Kick Editor gives you direct access from the DAW to the Kick’s parameters,
allowing you to integrate it into the DAW project.

You can save and reload your sounds, so you can create a sound library of kicks and basses.
If you need new ideas you can use the random function.

In the DAW you can record the controller movements and so the sound change can be saved.

Editor Features:

- Complex sound changes can be made easily and quickly.
- All controllers can be automated.
- X-Y modulation of all parameters
- You can random the Controllers of the Volca Kick
- You can use your Volca Kick as a sound module in the DAW!

The Editor are available for:
- PC as VST2 and Standalone for 32bit and VST2, VST3 and Standalone for 64bit Windows.
- MAC as VST2, VST3, AU and Standalone, compatible with MAC Intel and M1.

Price: 6,90€ / $ 7 (Contains all versions) Download."

Boss HC-2 Hand Clapper from 1984

video upload by Bata

"Using a Korg SQ-1, Behringer 2600, and Roland MPU-101 to trigger a Boss hand clapper thingy. A bit of reverb from Eventide's T-Verb was added."

Testing Groovetube upgrade #1

video upload by Telmatronics

"We have installed a new control system!
The Telmatronics Groovetube now has a more powerful microcontroller onboard, which can generate more sophisticated control signals.
This shall continue to be tested over the coming days - stay tuned, we'll keep posting results as we have them :-)"

See the Telmatronics label below for more.

DIRT CHEAP / waveshaping chords / Serge R*S TRIPLE+ WAVESHAPER / eurorack jam

video upload by BRiES

"I ran stereo chords through a summing circuit (sumdif) to make a mono mix that I then distorted with the TWS+.

Everybody needs some mess in there studios. Without any mess...
Who am I kidding. I really love a tidy environment, but because gear is constantly being shifted around I find myself surrounded with empty boxes, stray cables and a litter of instruments that are either still looking for a cosy place to sit or having a time out after playtime. I'll tidy up tomorrow, I promise."

Famous 80s VST Sounds - (04) Rush Subdivisions & Tom Sawyer

video upload by SonicProjects

Famous 80s VST Sounds - (03) Rush Tom Sawyer

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

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