Showing posts with label Meris. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Meris. Show all posts

Saturday, December 09, 2023

Ambient and fuzz sounds with Yamaha YC-25D and effects pedals

video upload by Benjamin Dehli

"Yamaha YC-25D combo organ with Shallow Water from@FairfieldCircuitry, PLASMA Pedal and LIGHT Pedal from@GamechangerAudio and CXM 1978 from @ChaseBlissAudio and @MerisUs.

- Yamaha YC-25D

- Fairfield Circuitry Shallow Water
- Gamechanger Audio PLASMA Pedal
- Gamechanger Audio LIGHT Pedal.
- Chase Bliss Audio & Meris CXM 1978

00:00 Evolving Pad
04:13 Ambient Fuzz Bass
05:25 Fuzz Bass
06:44 Ambient Lead
09:47 Ambient Lead and Bass 1
11:34 Ambient Lead and Bass 2
12:58 Ambient Bass
14:09 Ambient Chords and Bass
15:58 Ambient Lead, Chords and Bass
18:11 Broken Fuzz Blues


Friday, November 24, 2023

Bastle Bestie 💈Feedback Loop 💈 Strymon Cloudburst 🐋

video upload by Ebotronix

if got a new toy:
the Bastle Bestie.
with stereo FX pedals feedback looping ,reminds me on whale singing....
Boss PN2, PH3 (2x) Barberpole
Eventide PitchFactor, TimeFactor (2x)
Merris Mercury 7 (2x)
Strymon Cloudburst (2x)
video # 2306

Sunday, November 19, 2023

Roland SE-02 Sound Demo (no talking) with Meris LVX

video upload by Limbic Bits

▶ Patches for Synthesizers:
▶ Book "Electronic Music Production":

0:00 Electronica Sequence 1
1:53 Father Bass
2:11 Melodic Techno Lead
3:07 Glitch Lead
3:31 Electronica Sequence 2
4:50 Chorder Stab
5:21 Indie Lead
5:49 Hypnotizer Lead
7:09 Dirt Collector Lead
7:59 Not even scary
8:11 Meet here elsewhere
8:27 Power Noise Movement
8:38 Wobble light
8:54 Wobble more
9:47 Sirens of Armageddon
10:05 Trance Pluck
11:28 Fat Stack
12:04 Low Profiler
12:12 Precint 12
12:40 Rubber Lead
12:59 Aggressively Detuned
14:17 5th Element
15:21 Metallizer Sweep
15:50 Cold Brew Lead
16:32 Outro Bubbles

Friday, November 10, 2023

Perfect Circuit Artist Picks: Best Music Gear of 2023 Part 1

video upload by Perfect Circuit

Part 2 here

"2023 is soon drawing to a close—so, we're taking a look back at the year, and taking account of all of the weird and wonderful instruments that gave us some inspiration this year. Synthesizers, drum machines, and Eurorack modules to samplers and effects, this year had no shortage of inspiring instruments.

So, we reached out to some of our friends and content creators to fill us in on their year, asking one simple question: what was the coolest piece of gear you got this year? For some, that meant brand new releases, but for others, it meant sitting down and digging into classic instruments.

In this video, we hear from:
0:00 Mylarmelodies on the Nord Micro Modular
4:14 Sarah Belle Reid on the Fairfield Circuitry Roger That
8:07 Molten Music Tech on the Blukać Endless Processor
14:04 Liam Killen on the OXI One
17:24 Oora on the Meris MercuryX

Read more about all of this gear on our blog, Signal:"

Sunday, July 23, 2023

Arps and acid with Midicake ARP, Arturia Minifreak, TT-303, Dreadbox Erebus, Roland TR-06, Meris LVX

video upload by Jay Hosking

"A live, semi-improvised synthesizer jam performed entirely on hardware.

Important note: Midicake sent me over the ARP for free. I rarely get free gear, though I'm very grateful when it happens. There was no expectation for me to put it in a video, and no request from Midicake other than to share my thoughts with them. That said, I really enjoyed using it and I'll be keeping it around, as it strikes a nice balance between the "plug-and-pretty" of the NDLR and the "depth and detail" of a traditional sequencer. I've still got plenty to explore with it. Thanks, Chris!

I started with the ARP, because I wanted to see what it could do. I didn't want to overload the table at first, so I took out the Minifreak, which has voices to spare. Very quickly I was creating arpeggios and sequencing lines I really liked, and easily able to customize the lines to what I was looking for, from rhythms to polymetrics to inversions etc. I started with just standard major and minor chords, but it was extremely easy to customize the chords on the eight chord buttons once I wanted some 7ths and 6ths. And to have a chord sequencer built in was extremely helpful, as it reduced the amount of gear I needed on the table.

Once I had the bones of the song structure, I filled out some more parts, with Erebus on bass and the TR-06 on drums. Finally, I felt it needed something a little gnarlier around the interlude, and luckily I'd just picked up the awesome 303 clone from Cyclone Analogic. Once that was in place, it was just a matter of shaping the song through performance parameters. The final result is pretty cool, and adds some tones, timbres, and textures I haven't been getting as much these days.

Thanks for listening.

Midicake ARP - most sequencing (i.e. for Minifreak and Erebus)
Arturia Minifreak - three synth lines
Dreadbox Erebus - bass synth
Cyclone Analogic Bass Bot TT-303 - acid bass (using its own sequence)
Meris LVX - drive and delay for TT-303
Kenton MIDI Thru - MIDI splitter/thru box"

Tuesday, February 28, 2023

Moog Magic Flanged Delay | Sound Recipe #61

video upload by Reverb

"For this week's sound recipe, we're making Moog Flanged Delay Magic with just a synthesizer and three simple pedals. Use this recipe to concoct an ethereal ensemble of sound. Find all the steps and many more Sound Recipes here."

Wednesday, January 18, 2023


video upload by nbor

"Exploring a chaotic system with @buchlausa 200 reissue modules. Assistance from a @MerisUs LVX looper delay pedal and @1010music blackbox. Three angels shot live with Logitech Mevo cameras."

Sunday, January 08, 2023

Meris LVX Modular Delay System Sound demo (no talking) with Waldorf M

video upload by Bonedo Synthesizers

Sunday, December 11, 2022

Meris LVX Modular Delay System Sound Demo (no talking) with Sequential OB-6 synth

video upload by Limbic Bits

0:00 Broad Pad
1:50 Dub Chords I
3:01 Warm Pad
4:09 Sync Lead
5:05 Percussive Lead
6:02 Frost Strings
7:47 Dub Chords II
8:36 Massive Lead
10:28 Repetition Pad
11:34 Granular Clouds (Reverb)
12:40 Synth Pop Lead
13:40 Gator
15:25 Epic Pad
16:40 Drone Texture
18:04 Cinematic Outro

Wednesday, November 30, 2022


video upload by Love Hultén

A homage to Nostromo

Syntrx2 - Erica Synths
LVX - Meris
Reverb - Empress
Analog Heat - Elektron
Keystep - Arturia
Video Scope - Critter & Guitari

Sunday, November 27, 2022

Black Corporation Deckard's Dream MK II Sound Demo (no talking) with Meris LVX Delay

video upload by Limbic Bits

0:00 Saw Pad
1:06 Brassy lead & pad
1:39 Pulse Sequence
4:08 Porta CS Pad into modulation
6:46 Fat Saw Lead in a minute
8:33 Duckface (HP & Sine)
8:55 More CS Pads
10:12 Lame Rave stab
10:47 Deckard's dream
12:08 Awakening Pad
13:05 Pulsar Lead Arpeggio (envelope speed)
15:45 Limbic dream

Saturday, October 29, 2022

A somewhat noisy sequenced drone for you!

video upload by John L Rice

"Featuring a micro modular synth with just a Studio Electronics Quadnic VCO, a Noise Engineering Cleo Diaz sequencer, and a Rebel Technology CLK clock module. Effects pedals used are a Walrus Audio SLO reverb, Strymon Engineering DIG delay, and a Meris Mercury7 reverb."

Saturday, July 16, 2022

🌍Brittany Spheres 🌐 - Juno 60 / Shallow Water / CXM 1978

video upload by Postmodern Machine

"Hi 🌊

I'm jamming with the Chase Bliss/Meris CXM 1978 & Fairfield Shallow Water while bringing some of my tools out into the light of day for a dust off. 🌤 These pedals are fairly new to me and I'm liking them so far. What do you think? 🌿

The mighty Juno 60 is patched into the Shallow Water in mono, then straight into the CXM and then to my Fuji X-T30 which is recording both the audio and video.

I'm using the arp on the Juno to keep my hands more free for tweaking.

This is mixed in reaper through my standard mixbus and a small amount of additional compression/eq/saturation was added.

📺 Check out my current music releases 🌗

Roland Juno 60 / Fairfield Shallow Water / Chase Bliss - Meris CXM 1978 / Fuji X-T30 / Reaper / Kush Audio"

Wednesday, June 08, 2022

Meris + ARP 2600 Demo

video upload by Rosen Sound

"Eli Goss spends 5 minutes running our vintage ARP 2600 through a quadfecta of brilliantly designed pedals by Meris including the Mercury 7, Polymoon, Ottobit, and Hedra."

Saturday, February 26, 2022

4-voice PROGUE

video upload by JSI

"4-voice PROGUE polyphonic setup played with KeystepPro. Fxs from Meris Polymoon and Mercury7."

See the JSI label below for more.

Friday, February 11, 2022

Coagulate - Prophet Ambient Ethereal Jam

video upload by Postmodern Machine

"This feels like a long winter! 🌨❄️

Initially part of some experiments feeding the prophet 10 into the modular, this piece paired so well with some tree branches in the wind 🌳

The Prophet is fed into the modular, through Monsoon (Clouds), and through the Strymon Magneto. A little Meris Polymoon is also sprinkled on top. This performance has no mixing effects ITB, only a bit of mastering.

🎶 Check out my current releases 🎛

Sequential Prophet 10 / Strymon Magneto / Monsoon (Mutable Instruments Clouds) / Meris Polymoon / AwTAC Channels / AwTAC Compressors / Elysia Xpressor 500 / Burl Mothership / Reaper / Kush Audio"

Friday, February 04, 2022

Ambient jam w/ Soma Cosmos, Take 5, Polymoon, Marantz cassette tape piano, and guitar

video upload by Jay Hosking

"A live, semi-improvised track performed entirely on hardware.

A common feature of many of my songs is a sort of upward progression in dynamics; so here, I wanted to try to do something different, a soundscape that flowed from one palette to another, its feelings moving laterally instead of vertically. This approach was inspired by the Soma Cosmos and having the feedback (loop decay) set below 1.0, so that the loops gently cascade out over time and allow for new loops to take over. I love the effect. I love the Cosmos.

For audio fodder, I had recorded an improv piano piece the night before to cassette tape, and found myself using it for more than just notes/snippets, instead following its chord progression at the end here. For live sound generation, I used the Take 5—I really love the warm pads it can do—and a baritone guitar through compression, reverb, and an amp simulator. Switching the Cosmos off and on, I let the guitar take the lead in the first section, and the piano and synth in the second, with the instruments switching roles into the loop. I love that the Cosmos's on/off is silent!

Thanks for listening.

Fender Jaguar Baritone into Union Lab into Union C-Verb into Strymon Iridium - Electric guitar
Marantz PMD430 - Cassette with piano on it
Mackie Mix5 - Mixer
Meris Polymoon - Delay/reverb on everything out of the mixer
Soma Labs Cosmos - Looping

Written, performed and recorded live to a stereo output, with EQ, compression, and limiting on the master."

Thursday, January 27, 2022

The Sands of Time | Hallucinogen

video upload by CAMPVS MARTIVS

"Imagine being out in the middle of the desert near the ancient city of UR in Mesopotamia back 5,000 years ago. That's what the theme of this piece is all about. Recorded on 4 tracks using the LA67 Mort's Barge a Electro-Harmonix 45000 and the beautiful echoes of the Meris Polymoon and some reverb."

"A visual study of the Moche Culture of northern Peru. Created in one take using Mort's Barge System by LA67 and a dash of the KOMA Elektronik Field Kit FX. It is a known fact that the Moche culture like many others used hallucinogens to aid in their rituals and religious rites. This is the central theme of this electronic piece."

Sunday, January 23, 2022

Meris Polymoon Sound Demo (no talking) with Korg opsix

video upload by Limbic Bits

0:00 Ghost Mantis (Dub Chord)
1:41 Glasswing Butterfly (Pad)
4:18 Bullet Ant (Lead)
5:18 Leafcutting Ant (Percussive Lead)
6:23 Hummingbird Butterfly (Texture Pad)
8:04 Palawan Birdwing (Strings)

Friday, November 12, 2021

Model:Cycles, Make Noise O-Coast, and Meris Polymoon Performance

video upload by Patchwerks Seattle

"In this video Kevin from Patchwerks performs on the Elektron Model:Cycles, with support from the Make Noise O-Coast and the Meris Polymoon.

From Elektron: 'Scale angles dense and jagged, glide over plains vast and fluid, or sink into mists of dissonance. To model is to shape the formless. Model:Cycles is a six track FM based groovebox that brings exploring into the heart of sound sculpting. With six unique Machines in one lightweight unit you can effortlessly mold rhythm and melody across the digital spectrum using instant, tactile controls. Exploration made attainable.'

Buy the Elektron Model:Cycles here:

The 0-COAST is a single voice patchable synthesizer. It's name reflects the fact that it utilizes techniques from both the Moog and Buchla paradigms (aka East Coast and West Coast due to their locations), but is loyal to neither and thus implements 0-coast synthesis.

Buy the Make Noise O-Coast here:

Meris Polymoon is a super-Modulated Delay inspired by cascaded rack gear.

Buy the Meris Polymoon here:
Demo by: Kevin Weber
Video by: Matthew Piecora (aka EZBOT)"

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