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Friday, June 03, 2022

6m0d6 & 303 doing what they are meant to do


video upload by kay k

"Some demoing of a little prototype for a friend, nothing serious. #electro #acid #electroacid #tubbutec #lpzwmodules #eurorack #6m0d6 #303 #tt303"

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Roland MC-202 w/ OLED Display at Tubbutec SUPERBOOTH22 Booth

Monday, October 04, 2021

New Superbooth Berlin 2021 Presentation Videos



You can use the controls on the bottom left or upper right of the player to skip around.

Playlist:
1. Joranalogue - SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
The Belgium Eurorack synth maker Joranalogue presented not one, but three new modules at SUPERBOOTH21: Orbit 3, Enhance 2 and Step 8.

During their Gesprächskonzert at Fuchsbau they not only talked about these new modules, but Alter Fritz also performed a live session with a Joranalogue based Eurorack system.

Driven by an unrelenting passion for analogue circuits, Joranalogue Audio Design offers an expanding series of high-quality Eurorack music synthesizer modules. They're continually introducing new approaches and techniques to the Eurorack platform, making waves in the waters of analogue synthesis. All products are designed and made in Belgium, guided by experiences in both modern hardware engineering and vintage synthesizer servicing.

This year, the Joranalogue crew finally returns to Berlin to present its latest developments. Join designer Joran van Gremberghe and artist Frits Jacobs (Alter Fritz) for a whirlwind ride through the exciting world of these black and silver modules!
2. u-he Wiretap - SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert) @SUPERBOOTH21
For this Gesprächskonzert Urs Heckmann, founder of Berlin based company u-he, teamed up with Sebastian Hübert for their performance and presentation at Fuchsbau during SUPERBOOTH21. The former one-man show u-he is now a tightly knit team of employees, active associates and 3rd-party contractors – with ambitious plans.

Famous for very accurate and widely appreciated software synthesizers and effects, u-he showed their first eurorack module at a previous edition of Superbooth – the CVilisation. At SUPERBOOTH21 it was time for another announcement. They took the chance to present their latest development with a Gesprächskonzert, of which you can find the video documentation below.
The module is named Wiretap and it played a major role in creating rhythm during their performance.

Wiretap is a double gate extractor for v/oct signals. It will generate a gate when the voltage goes high, when it goes low, when it's steady, when it moves, when it's higher than the other one and when it's lower. And you can set the gate length and get additional envelope outputs.
3. Bitwig - SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
Berlin based DAW-makers Bitwig played a Gesprächskonzert on Thursday of SUPERBOOTH21. With the idea of - Less is More - Dave Linnebank showcased Bitwig and its possibilities, concentrating on simple ideas and how to creatively make them more complex. In other words: In this performance Dave starts with some short phrases, and then uses Bitwig Studio to extend them into musical passages. These will then become performance-ready clips by adding Bitwig's Operators for some fuzzy logic, getting the computer to make compositional choices while Dave is busy playing new lines on top.

Dave Linnenbank is a musician, technologist, and teacher. Over the past 20 years, he has crafted musical tools for pop and jazz artists, Broadway musicals, and desktop electronic musicians everywhere. Dave is part of Team Bitwig in Berlin, regularly making YouTube tutorials and more.
4. Verbos Electronics Complete Systems – SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
During his Gesprächskonzert at SUPERBOOTH21 Mark Verbos is introducing the audience to the newly designed Verbos Electronics System Configurations: Designer Configuration, Performer Configuration, Producer Configuration.

Mark Verbos explains the intended use of each configuration as well as the philosophy behind not only the module selection but also module arrangement. He also plays some examples with all three system to give a musical reference to the explanation of the ideas behind each system. This Gesprächskonzert is a great opportunity to watch and hear all three configurations right next to each other – where else would that be possible? Enjoy the video!
5. Modor DR-2 - SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
Modor introduced its powerful DR-2 drum machine at SUPERBOOTH21 with a short explanation by Marcel from Modor Music about its most deviant possibilities. This six-channel drum machine is completely digital – a discipline that Modor shines in. The DR- drum synthesizer features a sequencer with 128 steps and a very tidy user interface.

It positively surprised many people when it was introduced, because it is unusual and brings something new to the table. Luckily the DR-2 is not a copy of a classic, but uses modern digital synthesis to create drum sounds. A drum model can be assigned to each of the six channels. You can also assign the same model to several or all channels. The models include: Three bass drum models, three snare models, three cymbal models, claps, two tom models and miscellaneous, the latter divided into three subcategories: rimshot, rattle and cowbell.

This Gesprächskonzert was a very welcome opportunity to hear this rare drum machine in action. Enjoy the video!
6. Polyend Tracker - SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
Sobutane presents his upcoming album Future Cake using two Trackers and one Medusa durng this Gesprächskonzert at SUPERBOOTH21.

After working with the Yamaha RM1x sequencer for 13 years Sobutane discovered the Tracker by Polyend. Originally bought just for drum parts, it revealed itself to be a great live-oriented tool, making him compose music outside his trusty RM1x for the first time in his life. Although the idea of a tracker is not particularly new, the Tracker still feels fresh and inspirational to many musicians. The Tracker brought Sobutane ideas and a new approach to composing his music, so he bought a second one and a Medusa, also made by Polyend. That was the starting point for the creation of the music you hear in his Gesprächskonzert for Polyend. Enjoy!
7. Ploytec Boom Kick - SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
This Gesprächskonzert was unusually opened with a steel-guitar performance by DobBroMan, showing the Ploytec Boom Kick (Guitar Pedal).

Ploytec always valued the opportunity of Gesprächskonzerte at Superbooth and so they took the chance to do another one in 2021 this time for a rather unusual product – a guitar pedal that generates a kick drum in sync with the tapped in tempo. Additionally it sends a MIDI clock to other gear. This is useful for simple backing of what the guitarist is playing. The addition of a bass drum completes the otherwise solo guitar and with the MIDI tempo output, other instruments can play in sync – whether these are additional drum machines or synthesizers or whatever.

And there is one special thing to note about the bass drum sound – there are no samples saved to this machine. The drum sound is generated through synthesis and it has a huge range of possible sounds, suitable for pretty much all music genres.

And if you haven’t heard the Superbooth blues yet, watch until the end!
8. LPZW & Tubbutec - SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
Kai and Tobi (aka LPZW & Tubbutec) probably could have sold every second SUPERBOOTH21 guest a 6mod6, that's how well their first joint product was received. At Fuchsbau the Berlin based manufacturers presented the result of their collaboration: a highly modified homage to the 606.

They were accompanied by an opening performance from Cem Oral a.k.a. Jammin’ Unit in which he used the new module intensively, giving a good idea about what the module sounds like in a musical context.

After the performance Kai and Tobi walked the audience through every sound engine of the module and showed their modifications of the original 606 circuits. Not only with the Gesprächskonzert, they convinced a lot of people that they created a great sounding and very versatile 606 inspired drum module.

Now the wait begins, the first batch of the 6mod6 still has to be built. Let's hope that the chip shortage does not delay the production too much.
9. Erica Synths PĒRKONS - SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
Erica Synths team of engineers and musicians have been working hard to bring surprise us all with a new instrument that no one expected and everyone wanted. Erica Synths had their booth completely dedicated to their latest product the PĒRKONS HD-01 drum machine.

PĒRKONS features four sonically versatile hybrid voices (digital sound engine + analogue multimode filter with overdrive) and a sequencer with simultaneous control over all four percussion tracks, an internal analogue BBD FX send, parameter automation and much more. This is a modern drum machine with a serious vintage look.

For their Gesprächskonzert they brought not one, but two of these machines and finally explained it and showed what it is capable of. For everyone’s surprise, the demo started with a drone set – yes, it can also do drones. And for the final concert part of this presentation, no other than Kodek entered the stage. Sounds fun? Enjoy the video!
10. Nonlinear Labs C15 – SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
Stephan Schmitt, the founder of Nonlinear Labs, plays some improvisations on the C15 and shows the enormous tonal possibilities of this instrument and its ability to be played very expressively – with up to four expression pedals and the two large ribbon controllers. The C15 is a puristic and distinct digital synthesizer. Its sounds are generated by elementary algorithms and feedback structures. This opens up new fields for sound design and gives musicians an expressively playable and dynamical behavior, similar to acoustic instruments. The C15 is an instrument that has to be played by hand to unfold its full potential. After the performance Stephan explains what features are new and which special features of the C15 he used.

This isn’t the first Gesprächskonzert by Nonlinear Labs, so be sure to check out the previous editions for more information about this unique instrument.
11. Haken Audio & La Voix du Luthier – SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
Haken Audio and La Voix du Luthier have been presenting together at Superbooth for several years now, showing how well these two companies and their products fit together. This Gesprächskonzert features a Haken Continuum, the all-new Continuum Eurorack Module and the large Pyramid Resonator.
Watch Edmund Eagan passionately talk about his products and enjoy the demonstration and performance of the Continuum Fingerboard by Rob Schwimmer.

The almighty synthesis engine behind all these sounds is the Eagan Matrix, that now is also featured in the Eurorack module. This is a huge opportunity for sound designers and artists to expand their sound palette with very expressive and unique sounds.
12. UDO Audio Super 6 Desktop - SUPERBOOTH21 Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)
UDO Audio brought the world one of the most interesting poly-synths of the recent years. Very rarely a company achieves such a success with their first ever product – but the Super 6 made it. Now UDO Audio showed the desktop version of this incredible synth. Great looks, ergonomics and the sound of the original Super 6 make this machine a very interesting option for many musicians and studios on the hunt for a capable poly-synth.

In this video George gives a little insight into the development of the company in general and his view on the past two years, since he presented the Super 6 to the world at SUPERBOOTH19.

Sunday, October 03, 2021

LPZW & Tubbutec Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert)

LPZW & Tubbutec Gesprächskonzert (lecture concert) from HerrSchneider on Vimeo.

"Kai and Tobi (aka LPZW & Tubbutec) probably could have sold every second SUPERBOOTH21 guest a 6mod6, that's how well their first joint product was received. At Fuchsbau the Berlin based manufacturers presented the result of their collaboration: a highly modified homage to the 606.

They were accompanied by an opening performance from Cem Oral a.k.a. Jammin’ Unit in which he used the new module intensively, giving a good idea about what the module sounds like in a musical context.

After the performance Kai and Tobi walked the audience through every sound engine of the module and showed their modifications of the original 606 circuits. Not only with the Gesprächskonzert, they convinced a lot of people that they created a great sounding and very versatile 606 inspired drum module.

Now the wait begins, the first batch of the 6mod6 still has to be built. Let's hope that the chip shortage does not delay the production too much."

Monday, September 20, 2021

6m0d6 - TR-606 inspired euorack module by LPZW and Tubbutec


video upload by



"6m0d6 is based on the famous TR-606 and indeed can sound like one, but it is so much more.

With the turn of a knob you can explore completely new soundscapes ranging from organic retro drum sounds to industrial sound effects – while still maintaining that ‘606’ feel.

Seamlessly blend between a 606 bassdrum to a decayed 808 sub-bass, tune and damp your Cymbal or just cut it into pieces and beat it with a monkey wrench.

Tired of the normal snare sound? Why not replace it with a bit-crushed version of Indy fighting foes with his whip in a cave?

Dynamic triggers, additional CV controls, midi control and individual outputs add the finishing touches to this versatile drum module.

6m0d6 includes all seven TR-606 instruments:

Bass Drum, Snare, Low and High Tom, Cymbal, Open and Closed Hihats.

The original 606 circuits were replicated and modified with additional parameters.

However, we made sure that each instrument can be set to sound like the original.

These settings are marked on the front panel for convenience."
SUPERBOOTH 2021 - LPZW 6Mod6 Drum Voice video upload by sonicstate

"Leipzig West (LPZW) have a new Drum voice module, the 6 Mod 6 - which is a classic set of 606 style drum voices. With a few mods to give a wider range of sounds - tunable Kick, Snare noise source tweaks, tunable toms with definable noise level and more.
Also possible to play polyphonic *6 voices of Hihats and snare sounds
Price €650 available end of the year/January

Monday, September 13, 2021

New 6m0d6 TR-606 inspired euorack module by LPZW and Tubbutec




"6m0d6 is based on the famous TR-606 and indeed can sound like one, but it is so much more. With the turn of a knob you can explore completely new soundscapes ranging from organic retro drum sounds to industrial sound effects – while still maintaining that ‘606’ feel.

Seamlessly blend between a 606 bassdrum to a decayed 808 sub-bass, tune and damp your Cymbal or just cut it into pieces and beat it with a monkey wrench.

Tired of the normal snare sound? Why not replace it with a bit-crushed version of Indy fighting foes with his whip in a cave?

Dynamic triggers, additional CV controls, midi control and individual outputs add the finishing touches to this versatile drum module.

6m0d6 includes all seven TR-606 instruments:
Bass Drum, Snare, Low and High Tom, Cymbal, Open and Closed Hihats.

The original 606 circuits were replicated and modified with additional parameters. However, we made sure that each instrument can be set to sound like the original. These settings are marked on the front panel for convenience.

A collaboration of LPZW.modules and Tubbutec

Feature List
● All original 606 sounds, analogue
● Many additional parameters for each sound
● Multiple trigger, accent and volume modes
● Advanced metal and noise sound control
● Multiple outputs and mix output
● CV control for multiple parameters
● Midi input and LINK input, compatible with Tubbutec 6equencer
● Eurorack 3U, 22HP"

Thursday, July 29, 2021

LPZW.modules EC-Mute as a clock switch


video upload by kay k

"The new expander prototype breaks out all internal headers of EC-Mute. So it is usable w/o Euclidean Circles as a synchronous gate and clock switch. Here it switches between the normaled clock on A to the LFO on B for the #plinky arpeggio while starting and stopping the PO-12 in sync. #lpzwmodules #lpzw #eurorack #modular"

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

#SUPERBOOTH20 Special Reserve Livestream 1


Published on Apr 22, 2020 HAINBACH

"In which Single Malt Synthesis and our friend DivKid welcome boutique manufactures from the world of synthesis to show their wares live on stream. It's like Superbooth, but no one has to wear hard pants. Join in the stream and ask your questions, we will try to answer as many as possible.

TIMELINE
17:30 Patch Point
18:00 Purrtronics
18:30 SDS Digital
19:00. Music Thing Modular
19:30 Koma Elektronik
20:00 Gould Caseworks
20:30 LPZW Modules
21:00 Single Malt Synthesis hangout with special guests"

Monday, November 18, 2019

LPZW.modules TRAM8 1U & 3U Eurorack Modules


LPZW.modules TRAM8 jam Published on Nov 14, 2019 kay k

Our new 1U #eurorack module
MIDI from the BSP Drumsequencer to 8 Voices:
Prok BD
Mutant Clap
TOM909 low & high
Akemies Taiko
SY-0.5
HH909 closed & opened


1U version


"MIDI to Gate+Velocity converter module. Trigger (Gate) eight drum voices in your rack from your external sequencer.

Intellijel 1RU format but alternative panels available (3U 5HP or 1U Tile)
8 Gate outs
8 corresponding Velocity outs
3.5mm auto crossover TRS MIDI Input. (type A or type B outputs without adapter)
Internal MIDI Thru for daisy chaining multiple Tram8s
12bit DAC up to 10V output on the CV outs (stock firmware sets 5V max for Velocity of 127)
Backside switch for direct 5V bus or internal 5V regulator (from +12V rail) power supply.
Alternative firmware to be loaded via MIDI SySex available soon (8 different Clocks and 8 clocked random S&H outs)

Left: Alternative 3U 5HP version.

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Leipzig West Eurorack Modules At Superbooth 2019


Published on May 29, 2019 Synthtopia

"At Superbooth 2019, LPZW introduced their latest Eurorack modules."

Monday, May 27, 2019

Performance orientated Eurorack modules from LPZW // Superbooth 2019


Published on May 27, 2019 DivKidVideo

"It's great to see some updates, expanders and new modules from LPZW. With intelligent muting and mixing options, Intellijel format 1U format MIDI to triggers and a new mute expander for the VPME Euclidean Circles too. I really like the look of those Pocket Operator adapters and expanders bringing those into Eurorack too."

Wednesday, May 09, 2018

Superbooth 2018 - LPZW Performance Orientated Modules


Published on May 9, 2018 DivKidVideo

"Lots of performance orientated modules from LPZW at Superbooth 2018. The synced and group/combo mute module looks great!

We're proud to have our Superbooth 2018 content sponsored by www.thonk.co.uk"

Monday, February 26, 2018

LPZW.modules Schleußig


Published on Feb 26, 2018 k101011 k

"the HOLD setting demo"

Monday, February 19, 2018

LPZW.Schleußig Alt-In expander


Published on Feb 19, 2018 k101011 k

"New Schleußig & first expander demo
using the Teenage Engineering PO33, PO32, PO12 to show the toggling between inputs."

Thursday, October 12, 2017

LPZW.SCHLEUßIG and new Akemie’s Taiko


Published on Oct 12, 2017 k101011 k

"Received the ALM Busy Circuits Akemie’s Taiko yesterday. Connected it right away and this happened. Love it already.
SCHLEUßIG mutes the drums: Hexinverter Mutant Clap, TIptop HH909 and a Kick made with a PMF microVCO"

Monday, October 09, 2017

LPZW.SCHLEUßIG peek3


Published on Oct 9, 2017 k101011 k

"showing off our prototype with unfinished firmware."

See the LPZW.SCHLEUßIG label below for more.

Thursday, October 05, 2017

LPZW.modules PO-adapter - Eurorack Adapter for the Teenage Engineering PO Series


Published on Oct 5, 2017 k101011 k

"Teenage Engineering PO-32 in my Eurorack synth case."

Sunday, September 24, 2017

LPZW.SCHLEUßIG peek2


Published on Sep 24, 2017 k101011 k

"showing off our prototype with unfinished firmware. I hope to be done with it at the end of Sep'17."

Follow-up to this post.

Monday, September 11, 2017

LPZW.SCHLEUßIG peek1


Published on Sep 11, 2017 k101011 k

"showing off our prototype with unfinished firmware. I hope to be done with it at the end of Sep'17."

This is the first post to feature LPZW.SCHLEUßIG. We have a new maker on the site.
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