Showing posts with label TC Electronic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label TC Electronic. Show all posts

Saturday, December 23, 2023

Dreadbox Nymphes & TC Electronic Hall Of Fame 2

video upload by 3rdStoreyChemist

Monday, November 27, 2023

Roland JX-8P Improvisation #1 (w/PG-800, TC Flashback and Quantec QRS-XL)

video upload by CGMAGIK

"A little ambient journey with the JX-8P synthesizer. Using the TC Electronics Flashback looper/delay and one of my favourite reverb units, the Quantec Room Simulator QRS-XL (not seen in the video as it is off to the left in a rack)"

Roland JX-8P Improvisation #2 (w/PG-800, TC Flashback and Quantec QRS-XL)

video upload by CGMAGIK

"Part 2 of some sounds from the underrated JX-8P synthesizer. Using the PG-800 controller, TC Electronics Flashback X4, and the Quantec Room Simulator QRS-XL (not seen in video as it is in a rack off the left)"

Monday, September 04, 2023

Casio VL-1 into June-60 #synthesizer #casio #effectspedals

video upload by Ainsworth

Wednesday, August 23, 2023

Voltage Controlled (Akai VX90)

video upload by WilliamSalmela

"Some great analog sound from one of the last vintage analogs. It's the Akai VX-90 from year 1986, a synth with true VCOs. All sounds are from the VX-90. Some external effects were also used but mainly on the delay department.

Korg SDD-1200 (delay, chorus)
Roland SDE-2000, delay
Roland RS-505, chorus
MXR Phase 100
TC-Electronic DVR2, VSS3 (Reverb)

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Monday, July 10, 2023

NTS-1 X JUNE-60 #synthesizer #korg #effectspedals #korgnts1

video upload by Ainsworth

Saturday, June 24, 2023

Quick ‘n Raw June 24 2023

video upload by John L Rice

"Just a quick diddle with this little 5U modular synth system I had on my bench for a repair.
Yusynth Quadrature LFO to Q171+Q172 Quantizer Bank+Aid to Q157 Slew to
Chrutil / MI Plaits VCO to
Moon 526 mixer to
TC Electronic MoJo, Flashback, and Hall Of Fame effects pedals
(Quantizer clocked by the Q157"

Friday, June 23, 2023

Casio VL-1 Jam #jamsession #synthesizer #casio #casiovl1

video upload by Ainsworth

Friday, May 26, 2023

BOSS CE-2w vs TC.Electronics SCF Gold+ deeper Review (JX-8P+3P, Argon8X, Drumbrute & Zarenbourg)

video upload by Knobs & Switches

"Here is my personal comparison between the Boss CE-2w and the TC.Electronics SCF Gold+ with a little help of my Roland JX-8P and 3P, Modal Electronics Argon8X, Arturia Drumbrute Impact, and a Waldorf Zarenbourg Desktop Module. Other supporting roles were played by Korg KR-55, Chase Bliss Generation Loss MkII, OBNE Rever and a Korg Drumlogue. Wait for the Outro, when the Chase Bliss meets Supertramp."

Tuesday, March 07, 2023

TC Electronics Transition Delay [Pedals w/ Synthesizers #14] Demo No Talking

video upload by gstormelectro

"Audio + Video by G-Storm Electro c. 2023

Transition is a discontinued digital Toneprint series delay pedal. Recorded direct, no other mastering or effects. Just the Transition Pedal and various synth type devices one at a time.
This video was not sponsored by TC Electronic. The Transition was purchased out of pocket for my own fun.

0:00 Korg MS-20 | Mode: Duct
2:18 Crumar Bit99 | Mode: Faty
2:59 Roland Juno-60 | Mode: Dyn
3:21 Korg Polysix | Mode: Morf
4:25 Roland Juno-60 | Mode: Morf
4:58 Crumar Bit99 | Mode: Morf
5:46 Korg Polysix | Mode: Ping-Pong
6:30 Crumar Bit99 | Mode: Loop

G-Storm Electro:

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Sunday, July 24, 2022

Roland Juno 106 chorus compared with t c electronic June 60 V2 pedal

video upload by Vykaar Tones

"Juno 106 internal chorus and June 60 V2 in keyboard mode with slow settings set internally. Been too hot for studio stuff recently..."

Thursday, July 07, 2022

Patch Diary 003: Korg MS2000

video upload by Bloom Music

"Let's make this patch.

This is a new video series where I create a patch from scratch and explain it (with subtitles) along the way.

The synth for today was the Korg MS2000.

The effects used were:
TC Electronics 3rd Dimension
Mattoverse Electronics Inflection Point
Earthquaker Devices Ghost Echo

This time, I made a plucky, but mellow pad sound."

Sunday, May 08, 2022

JLR Plays The Tacoma Noise Rodeo - April 29th 2022 at KVLT Mead

video upload by John L Rice

"Loosely planned performance recorded with a Canon M5 camera and it's built in mics while sitting on top of one of the main PA speakers! (not too bad considering how it was done? ;-)

Gear used:
Manikin Electronic - Schrittmacher sequencer
Vermona - Perfourmer MkII synthesizer
Mackie - 802-VLZ3 mixer
TC Electronic - T3 reverb pedal
Keeley Electronics - Fuzz Bender pedal
Electro Harmonix - Mel9 mellotron emulator pedal
Dunlop MXR - Octave Fuzz pedal
Mooer - Ocean Machine reverb/dual delay/looper pedal
Strymon Engineering - Zuma R300 power supply for pedals
Mellotron - Micro keyboard
EWI Tourcase - MXC-008-10 mixer case (heavily modified by JLR)
JLR - custom patch bay for pedals and mixer"

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

April 26, 2022

video upload by John L Rice

Manikin Schrittmacher sequencer on the top left. Vermona Perfourmer & Mellotron Micro featured in this one. You can find additional John L Rice Mellotron posts here.

Update: YT description added:

"Realtime test after recently reconfiguring my custom pedalboard patch bay. Recorded on my iPad with no edits. Besides the Mellotron Micro Keyboard, the case is a modified MXC-008-10 mixer case from and contains the following:

Left side:
Manikin Electronic Schrittmacher sequencer
Vermona PERfourMER MKII quad synth

Right side:
Mackie 802-VLZ3 mixer and power supply
Keeley Electronics Fuzz Master pedal
Electro Harmonix Mel9 pedal (mellotron emulator)
Dunlop/MXR Octave Fuzz pedal
Mooer Ocean Machine pedal (reverb, delays, looper)
TC Electronic T3 pedal (modulated reverbs)
Strymon Engineering Zuma R300 power supply (for pedals)
Custom patch bay for pedals and mixer

The patch bay has Canare GS-4 cables soldered directly to the jacks with the other ends terminated with Squareplug SP400 Low Profile Flat TS plugs that connect to the pedals. The patch bay jacks are all normal'd together right to left, and by using patch cables I can easily reconfigure how the pedals are interconnected. The normal connections are:
Mixer EFX send - Fuzz Master - Mel9 - Octave Fuzz - Ocean Machine - T3 - mixer EFX returns*
but in this video I used the mixer insert for the channel the Mellotron is plugged into to connect to the Fuzz Master - T3 and then the rest is configured as:
Mixer EFX send - Mel9 - Octave Fuzz - Ocean Machine - mixer EFX returns*
*the jacks connected to the stereo mixer returns have a second set of cables that go to mixer input 7/8 and by turning up the Aux send for the channel I can create feedback."

Saturday, March 12, 2022

TC Electronic June 60 V2 - Authentic Recreation?

video upload by Keen On Keys

Anyone ID the mini keyboard being used with the Behringer CAT at 15:17?

"In this video, I'm going to take a close look at the June 60 V2 effects pedal. It is supposed to be an authentic recreation of the legendary Roland Juno 60 Chorus. I will compare it to the original and try it out with a few other instruments."

0:00 Intro
1:04 Chorus Explanation
3:58 Unboxing
5:20 A Look Inside
7:18 Functions
8:44 Comparison
17:40 Boss ME-50 Chorus
19:22 Korg Poly 61
25:16 Mono Synth
26:11 Guitar
30:05 Bass Guitar
31:08 Conclusion
32:54 Multitrack Recording

Thursday, December 16, 2021

AS1 DMatter

video upload by 3rdStoreyChemist

Tuesday, July 06, 2021

TC Electronic June-60 Chorus easy mod | Quick Tip & V2 on the Way

video upload by Espen Kraft

"A quick tip to mod and tone down the very pronounced LFO tremolo effect from the original June-60 chorus pedal from TC Electronic. No soldering required, you just have to open it up and adjust a couple of pots. With this mod it's much more usable in my opinion."

Some info on the V2 (note the dip switches for LFO rates):

"Classic Chorus: Chapter 2

All great blockbusters deserve a sequel - First Blood II, Rocky II, Karate Kid II, Back to the Future II… You get the picture! Sometimes the sequel outshines the original, taking it from good to great, and sometimes it should have just stayed in the idea drawer. Well, this is one very hot sequel that takes it from great to gorgeous and definitely deserves to get out there to sprinkle its head-spinning magic upon guitars - and keys - everywhere!

Thursday, June 03, 2021

Test TC2290D sur PPG 300 modular

video by MOS-LAB

"Test du plugin TC2290D et son contrôleur sur une séquence faite au PPG 300 Modular."

"Test of the TC2290D plugin and its controller on a sequence made with the PPG 300 Modular."

Monday, March 01, 2021

New Gear Testdrive - Korg, TC, Strymon, Roland

video by verstaerker

"Got some new gear to test out, so I made this little track
first Sequence made with the Korg NTS-1, sequenced on the Korg Sq-64 and added some delay with the Strymon Volante

Drums made with the Yocto 8080 send through the Sherman 2x2 with some reverb on the Snare added from the TC-M3000

The later appearing sequence is from the Roland Cloud System-100, wich sounds really analog …also added Sherman Drive and Tape-Echo

The Strymon Volante is really the best Tape-Simulation out there.
The Korg Sq-64 is a quite capable sequencer . I’m not so happy that saving projects requires additionally a proper shutdown of the device. And creating/changing longer notes is a bit complicated … considering they call it polyphonic sequencer.

I love the TC-M3000 .. the reverb sounds very natural. It’s great for everything where you want to recognize the original sound and don’t smear everything with a cloud of reverb.

I was very surprised how well the Roland Cloud plugins sound. Especially the SH-2 and System-100."

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

TC Hall of Fame 2 Sound Demo (no talking) with Korg opsix

video by Limbic Bits

Saturday, February 06, 2021

Sequential Pro 3 & TC Electronic Arena

video by 3rdStoreyChemist


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