Showing posts with label GS Music. Show all posts
Showing posts with label GS Music. Show all posts

Thursday, February 15, 2024

GS Music E7 Custom Patches: Synthwave, Vintage, Ambient

video upload by Miles Away

"Buy these 64 custom programs for the GS Music E7 here:

These 64 Custom Patches from Canadian producer and sound designer Miles Away aim to showcase the powerful and wild analog VCO sound of this beautiful synth. With a variety of epic pads, lush keys, face melting basses, epic leads and more, this is the premier custom patch collection for the GS Music E7 7-Voice Analog Synthesizer.

Blade Runner, Stranger Things, Synthwave, Film Score, Ambient, Synthpop

Sunday, January 28, 2024

GS Music Blue GS e7 SN 0069

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Monday, August 07, 2023

GS Music E7 vs Sequential Prophet 6: the BEST new analog synth?

video upload by Miles Away

"The definitive comparison of the underrated GS Music E7 analog synthesizer to one of the most classic synths around, the Sequential Prophet 6.

0:00 - Intro jam with both synths
1:17 - what are we doing in this synth shootout?
2:37 - midi control explained
3:02 - same patch sound comparison
4:00 - the main sound differences with the GS E7
4:59 - oscillators
10:13 - filters
12:50 - modulation
16:54 - effects
19:27 - final verdict?
20:01 - Sound demos with light reverb, no talking"

The Most Underrated Analog Synthesizer I've Ever Played // GS Music E7

"GS Music:

Sound demo, review, tutorial and overview of the brand new analog synth from Argentinian company GS Music, the E7.

0:00 - intro/what is the E7?
1:21 - demo song
2:55 - what is the E7 good at?
3:20 - oscillator section
5:14 - filter section
7:45 - synth tutorial, creating a keyboard patch on E7
9:43 - multitimbral patch demos
10:40 - Built in effects section
12:37 - review, pros and cons
15:08 - outro jam"

Saturday, August 05, 2023

GS Music E7 Polyphonic Synth SN 0118

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via this auction

"Beautiful synth."

Sunday, July 30, 2023

GS Music e7 TouchOSC Bidirectional Editor v2.0

GS Music e7 TouchOSC Bidirectional Editor v2.0 from synth_nyc on Vimeo.

via synth_nyc

"The editor is augmented by LUA scripts.

Why TouchOSC?
- It’s OS agnostic (it works on MacOS, Windows, Linux, iOS and Android)
- Hexler has been around since 2007 and in my experience with TouchOSC, it has always been supporting the latest OS

If you have any questions or if GS Music or anyone is interested in licensing it, please contact me via my website:

Thursday, July 20, 2023

MPE Test: GS Music E7 + Expressive E Osmose

video upload by Christopher Gwinn

"Testing out the MPE and polyphonic aftertouch functionality on my GS Music E7 polysynth using the Expressive E Osmose as the controller. This is one of my own custom patches."

And one more with the Novation Impulse MIDI keyboard controller:

Patches Demo: GS Music E7 polyphonic analog synth + Neon Egg Planetarium Reverb-Delay-Compressor

video upload by

"I recently bought a lovely analog polyphonic synth - the GS Music E7 - and have started making my own patches for it. Here's a random selection of them. Trigger warning: I'm a good guitarist but a terrible keyboardist, haha. Please don't judge my lack of skill on the keys - I just love synths and making cool sounds with them to add texture to my music.

Gear used:
*GS Music E7 7-voice polyphonic synthesizer
*Neo Egg Planetarium v2 reverb-delay-compressor
*UAD Apollo Twin interface
*UAD API Preamp, Fairchild 670 Compressor, Precision Limiter
*Novation Impulse MIDI controller

00:00 Intro
00:05 Vangelis style brass
01:14 Vangelis style pad
02:22 Horror-Sci-Fi pad 1
04:21 Horror-Sci-Fi pad 2
05:57 '70s Prog Rock pad
07:05 String section
03:32 Toy piano
08:12 Synth brass
08:49 '80s Lead
09:24 Bad Van Halen Tribute
09:45 '60s Rock and Roll Organ"

Monday, July 10, 2023

Synths No Talking: GS E7 Synthesizer Linnstrument MPE and Expressive E Osmose MPE

video upload by Synths No Talking

"The GS E7 and Linnstrument.
Many don't know the GS E7 analog synth fully supports MPE. I have used it with the linnstrument. Enjoy the weirdness.
Disclosure: I paid for these instruments on my own and were not provided by any single maker. The music is improvised and I own all content."

Synths No Talking: GS E7 and Expressive E Osmose MPE

"Another MPE Video with the GS E7, featuring the Expressive E Osmose.
Not going to lie, as much as I love the linnstrument, I think the Osmose is a better fit for the GS E7."

Thursday, March 30, 2023

Expressive E Osmose MPE Demo with GS Music e7 + UDO Super 6

video upload by TJontheRoad

"Here's an Expressive E Osmose MPE Demo using my external synths. The GS Music e7 and the UDO Super 6 played via the Osmose. Plus, a couple tips too.

Note, there is no paid promotion in this video."

Friday, March 24, 2023

GS e7 - Analog Poly Synth with Ladder Filter | Full Track

video upload by Mamotreco

"Music track made fully with the GS Music e7 polyphonic analog synthesizer from Argentina. All sounds apart from drums are made with the e7, multitracked in Ableton Live 11. I originally composed the song with a VST synth, but subsequently rerecorded all the midi tracks with the E7 from scratch.

I received the synth earlier this week and recorded the track fairly quickly - I've since had time to create nicer sounding patches which I look forward to using in future tracks.

#gsmusic #gse7 #synth

The GS Music e7 is a 7 voice analog polysynth with 2 VCOs and a ladder filter. It has a very analog sound despite being a modern and stable synth design.

Here's more info about the synth:

Current channel music compilation:
Previous music releases available here:"

Monday, January 16, 2023

AMAZING sounding analogue poly synth from Argentina! GS Music E7

video upload by Matt Johnson Jamiroquai

"This synth is a real hidden gem! I'm using it all the time at the moment!

Check GS Music out here

All rights reserved."

See the GS Music label below for additional posts.

Monday, December 26, 2022

Blue GS Music E7 polyphonic analog synthesizer w/ Original Box

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Use this code on checkout for $30 off orders of $100 or more from now until December 31: MATRIX30

Sunday, October 23, 2022

Custom patches for GS-e7 by synth_nyc (FREE download)

video upload by GS Music

"We proudly present these 64 custom patches for the GS-e7 Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer. The patches were made by synth_nyc and are now available to download from our website for free. In the future, they will be incorporated as factory presets."

"A few words from synth_nyc:
After designing some custom patches for Black Corporation Japan and GForce Software Ltd, I chose to design patches for the e7 because:

1. It sounds great to my ears and offer a complementary tone to all my hardware and software synth 2. It has memory
3. It has full MIDI implementation of all parameters, so I can remote edit it.

In addition; the e7 has some unique features, as far as I can tell, which really make it shine:
* Stereo output / voice spread with pan modulation
* 3 LFOs that can modulate pitch, PW, VCF and VCA
* Very cleverly / musically implemented features such as A/R velocity modulation, envelop KB tracking modulation, LFO rate KB tracking modulation, etc...

Not to say that the discrete VCO, VCF and VCA are a winning combo for a true analog tone.

Please contact GS Music if you need support.


synth_nyc first synth was a DX7 (mk1) in the mid-80s. synth_nyc always enjoyed programming sounds on the machine and it never appeared complex or non-intuitive to him. synth_nyc first analog synth was a MKS-50 (with PG-300) where he discovered that you did not need to spend 4 hours to design a great patch! After that, synth_nyc is grateful to have own classic and unique machines from the late 70s to early 90s like a CS-80, a Waldorf Wave, a PPG Wave 2.3, a MemoryMoog LAMM, Prophet 5 Rev2, Rev 3.3 and Prophet VS, OSCar, OB-X, Synthex, Sunsyn, Jupiter-8, Chroma, Hartmann Neuron and Voyetra Eight (the only vintage synth_nyc still owns) and many more! synth_nyc has learnt and enjoyed programming them all. Today synth_nyc is focussing his time on programming analogue renaissance hardware synths -with memories-; as well as new hybrids and new digitals, but also software synths as emulations, virtual modeling have come a long way; especially in the past year or 2 (so have computers) and are letting us enjoy amazing machines for a reasonable price, so close (or better) to the originals and hassle free."

Sunday, October 16, 2022

Blue GS-e7 Analog Polyphonic Multitimbral Synthesizer

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via this auction

"Awesome 4 part multitimbral 7 voice analog poly from Argentina...

Comes with power supply, original box and leatherette dust cover."

You can find demos, details and pics of other colors of the GS-e7 here.

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Blue GS Music e7 - 7 Voice, Multi-timbral Analog Poly Synth

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The e7 comes in Blue, Red, and Black. You can find demos, details and additional pics in previous posts here.

Thursday, June 02, 2022

GS Music e7 Patches [Bank 1] by synth_nyc

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

GS e7 // 7 Voice Analog Synth //

Just Sounds, No Talking video upload by Jorb

The Best Analog Polysynth You Haven't Even Heard Of...

video upload by Jorb

See the GS Music label below for more.

Friday, April 29, 2022

GS Music GS-e7 7-voice Analog Polysynth

video upload by GS Music

You can find additional demos and pics of the GS-e7 in previous posts here.

Available in Blue, Red, and Black.

"We would like to introduce our new Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer, e7. It is a 7-voice, 4-part multitimbral desktop synthesizer, also featuring MIDI polyphonic expression (MPE). This instrument is the result of years of research and development to come up with the first analog polyphonic synthesizer ever made in Argentina.

Signal path
The signal path is completely analog, featuring two VCO per voice, a white noise source, a mixer, a 4-pole low pass VCF and a VCA. The control voltages are digitally generated, including 3 LFO, 2 ADSR-type envelope generators. Finally, it has a stereo digital effects processor with Delay and Chorus. LFO 1, LFO2 and the delay can be synced with the MIDI clock using a user selectable subdivision.

It features two VCO plus sub oscillator per voice. Each oscillator has 3 different waveforms: triangle, sawtooth and saw-tri (triangle+sawtooth). There is a fine-tuning adjustment and a transpose option, allowing tune adjustment up to +/- 2 octaves. Tuning can also be modulated with any of the three LFOs and EG1.
Furthermore, each oscillator has a pulse wave that can be turned on or off, which is mixed with the other waveforms. Its pulse width can be modulated with LFO1 and/or EG1. Oscillators can be hard synced.
The autotuning algorithm takes about 2 seconds to complete. All the voices are tuned in parallel, making a lot faster than usual.

The mixer can control the levels and mix the two oscillators, the suboscillators and the white noise or the external input.

The filter is a 4-pole ladder-type low-pass filter with resonance control. It can be modulated with EG1, this modulation an also be affected by velocity. It can also be modulated with any of the 3 LFOs. On the other hand, it features keyboard tracking and it can be controlled by the modulation wheel or aftertouch.

There are two types of chorus available: basic and ensemble. The Basic algorithm is subtle and allows you to add some spatiality tothe resulting sound, while the Ensemble algorithm adds a different dimension to the sound, simulating a string or vocal ensemble. The Basic algorithm uses two delay lines, while the Ensemble uses 4 delay lines. Each delay line has its own internal LFO. There are controls for rate, depth and mix.

The delay can be a stereo delay or a ping pong delay, with its maximum delay time being as long as 1.35s. It is possible to sync the delay to the MIDI clock too. If the delay is synced, the delay time knob controls the time division instead of the delay time. There are controls for the feedback and mix too.

There are three LFOs available. LFO 1 and 2 have 5 waveshapes: triangle, ramp up, ramp down, square and random with sample and hold. LFO 3 has the first 4 waveforms and is activated with the modulation wheel and/or aftertouch.
LFO frequencies go from 0.1Hz to 100Hz. Additionally, LFO 1 and 2 have different modes:
Monophonic: The LFO is in phase for all of the voices.
Polyphonic: The LFO is generated to a slightly different frequency for all of the keys pressed. This allows an interaction of the phases, generating more complex modulations.
Keyboard Tracking (KB Tracking): The LFO frequency varies according to the note played following the chromatic scale.
Keyboard Sync (KB Sync): The LFO is restarted when a key is pressed. Each voice has its independent LFO.
Clock Sync: The frequency of the LFO is synced to the MIDI clock signal. The e7 automatically detects the BPM of the clock signal. It can be configured to generate different rhythmic figures.
Keyboard + Clock Sync: The LFO frequency will be a sub-division of the MIDI clock signal. Also, the LFO will be restarted each time a key is pressed.

Envelope generators
There are two ADSR-type envelope generators. There are controls for attack, decay, sustain and release. Attack and release can be modified by velocity and the envelope times have keyboard tracking.

By default, the voices have a stereo panning from left to right. By adjusting the stereo spread, it is possible to set all voices to the center or set them from right to left. There is also a stereo motion option that allows this stereo spread to be adjusted by an LFO.

The synth can store up to 640 presets, 128 of them being multitimbral presets.

The synth can have up to 4 multitimbral parts. Each part has it complete sound configuration, assignable MIDI channel, keyboard zone, velocity zone, transpose setting and MIDI filter. Additionally, each part can have different voice assignments and/or share some voices.

MIDI Polyphonic expression
MIDI Polyphonic expression is supported by the GS-e7. It was tested using GeoShred, allowing independent pitch control and cutoff for each voice."

Thursday, April 28, 2022

GS Music e7

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via this auction

You can find demos in previous posts here.

"It's a really great sounding analog poly with 7 voices. Everything is on the front panel with some of the deeper functions accessed with a shift function key. All the classic poly sounds are there!

Lovely voice spreading left to right and also "stereo animation" which moves the voices across the stereo field and is nicely visualised on the little screen!

2 oscs and 2 subs per voice
2 env
3 lfo
patch split and stack
lots of mod options available without menu diving"

Tuesday, March 29, 2022

ESK - Working on a track with the GS Music e7

video upload by Metunar

"Playing with the GS Music e7 Synthesizer while recording. This track is for a new live set."

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

I hear you now (Intro using Apollo and Apollo Mini synthesizers)

video upload by GS Music

"Here is a short video showing some of the capabilities of these little synths. Both can be used in monophonic or duophonic mode and can store user presets.
The apollo also has some CV inputs, chorus and delay.

Original song by Vangelis, from 'Jon and Vangelis'"

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