MATRIXSYNTH: MATRIXSYNTH Posting Guidelines

MATRIXSYNTH Posting Guidelines

If you'd like to submit a post, please read the following.

Please note MATRIXSYNTH is about synth gear, not synth music in general. I frequently get requests from people to post their latest synth music. Opening up the site to general synth music would not be feasible. There is one exception. People who support the site are welcome to share their music and latest releases as a thank you for the support. This also gives readers an idea of what supporters of the site are doing musically.

The purpose of each post is to give readers an idea of what individual synths are capable of. If you can't ID a synth, it doesn't go up. Sending in a track using multiple synths and saying it showcases synths, does not qualify for a post.

The following goes up:

1. Synth news - anyone can send news in.
2. Synth demos (specific synth demos, not general synth music) - anyone can send specific demos in.
3. Synth auctions (supporters only for common synths)
4. General synth music (supporters only)
5. Posts about synth makers and history.

All posts on MATRIXSYNTH go up manually by hand, seven days a week. Running the site takes up a considerable amount of work and time.

If you are manufacturer, please consider becoming a supporting member of the site or a banner sponsor. Consider how much the site has done for you promoting your products over the years. Supporters and banner sponsors get active links in posts. For banner rates send email to matrixsynth@gmail.com.

If you are submitting a post specifically for commercial gain (ie., selling patches or sample banks), support the site in return.

To submit a post or if you have any questions, send email to matrixsynth@gmail.com.

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MATRIXSYNTH is a daily glimpse into the world of synthesizers with the focus on specific, identifiable gear. The current format of the site launched in 2005. Prior to MATRIXSYNTH, our only glimpse into the world of synthesizers was through print magazines and a handful of online sites much in the same vein as print magazines. Their focus was primarily on press releases and professional musicians. MATRIXSYNTH was the first site to showcase synthesizers through the eyes and hearts of everyday users of synths, and the first to prominently showcase boutique manufacturers and makers of the gear we love.
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