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Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Erica Synths Perkons HD-01 and Syntrx 2 - Super Glitch Madness


video upload by Acid Techno Man

"Glitchie Havens stopped by and we glitched out."

Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Erica Synths Perkons HD-01 - 49423x4jx Jam


video upload by Acid Techno Man

"Honeymoon ain't over yet ladies and gents. Come on Syntrx II. Won't be long"

Saturday, March 04, 2023

Erica Synths Perkons HD-01 Glitch Madness


video upload by Acid Techno Man

"13 minute or so aimless rollercoaster ride on the Perkons"

Wednesday, March 01, 2023

Digitakt 1.50 Update Fun AF


video upload by Acid Techno Man

"10 minutes in. This is the best update so far on this thing since the side chain compressor. Can't wait to have more time to mess with it."

Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Elektron Syntakt - lackluster performance


video upload by Acid Techno Man

"Just got it today. Nice bit of kit it is. Quite chuffed."

Thursday, March 10, 2022

FREE PO-33 KIT: TB-303 Acid sample kit | for Teenage Engineering PO-33 & PO-133


video upload by CNTR RNDM

"Hey, my name is Christian and I have a confession to make...I love ACID music! Over the past few years, I was involved in quite a few acid projects, such as 303 Addict, Stoney Broke Weirdos, Acid Traxx...blah, blah, who cares, right? Anyway, boomer-mode on: when I started out making acid techno, it was all about tracksuits, warehouse raves, you know all that good stuff. However, for me, acid-clubbing was never about taking pills or drinking till you pass out or whatever...I always wanted to know what gear the live acts were using, how they were performing and stuff. I always hated polished disco stuff...I was all about this raw, unpolished, acidy kind of stuff. And you know what? I still remember the first real acid gig I went to, the night I fell in love with acid music, so to say...I don't know which year it was or anything but - nevertheless - I have a super vivid memory of that particular night. So I and a couple of my mates went to this super tiny club in Duisburg called Chism (RIP Chism♥️)...we had heard good things about it but we had never been there...anyway, when we arrived, there was an old man giving out glowsticks and I was like "ok, that's weird but hey, who doesn't love glowsticks, right?"...anyway, we went in and the club was jam-packed, sweat was dripping from the ceiling, the crowd was super rowdy and aggressive (but in a positive way) and Robert Babicz aka Rob Acid was tearing the flipping walls down...it was bloody amazing...so, there was no stage or anything...he had all this gear like in the middle of the dancefloor on a folding table and there was nothing but chaos and mayhem around him...I don't know how he felt that very moment but he looked super cool and calm and played this awesome live set! Thanks for this memory Herr Babicz, Na Zdrowie! Kocham cię, mój przyjaciel!

Ok, I'm going off on a tangent here...sorry about that. You're probably here for the PO-33 kit so let me tell you a bit about it. For this PO-33 kit, I recorded both 303 loops and one-shots using Roland's TB-3 and D16's AMAZING Phoscyon plugin. The one-shots all come from the TB-3 and have been stored in the drum banks. The first two drum banks are arranged as follows:
Pads 1-4, C, all one-shots varying in intensity
Pads 5-8, D, all one-shots varying in intensity
Pads 9-12, G, all one-shots varying in intensity
Pads 12-16, A, all one-shots varying in intensity

The one-shots in the last drum bank have been arranged randomly.
You can download the FREE backup file here:
https://cntrlldrndmnss.gumroad.com/l/...

While we're at it, why don’t you grab my free drums sample pack as well:
https://cntrlldrndmnss.gumroad.com/l/...

Feel free to check my other packs on gumroad as well:
https://cntrlldrndmnss.gumroad.com

All my samples and kits are copyright free - you can use them in your own productions, videos, whatever. The main thing is: have fun with this kit (or any of my other kits or packs)!!!"

Tuesday, December 07, 2021

Vector synthesizer - 10 Minutes of space noise


video upload by Acid Techno Man

"Noodling on this space synth."

Friday, November 26, 2021

Vector Synthesizer Noodling


video upload by Acid Techno Man

"Just sequencing the Vector Synthesizer from my squid, testing out the iPhone dongle direct into the Audio Interface. Sounds good enough to me, being I'm not getting paid. Interesting things occur when you have the sync stopped, record 8 notes into the ARP/Sequencer of the vector, play a sequence from the squid, then engage the ARP on the Vector.
Enjoy. No acid this time.."

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Erica Synths LXR-02 and friends


video upload by Acid Techno Man

"Little jam on this cool little box. Not as versatile as the Elektron boxes, but still fun."

Vector Synthesizer Performance


video upload by Acid Techno Man

"Just sequencing this from my squid, testing out the variations in gate and velocity. This thing is great. Awesome build quality, top notch customer service. Can't say enough good about Vector as a company and as a synth. This is a well thought out design."

Vector Synthesizer - 5 min in


"I'm pretty happy that this thing can get aggressive. Now keep in mind, I just unboxed this and shot this shit video on my iphone. Just wanted to see it was capable of the dark side, rather than all the sissy ambient shit I've been hearing out of this thing."

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Avalon Bassline Synthesizer By Abstrakt Instruments

Note: This site contains affiliate links for which it may be compensated.

via this auction

"Black w/ Green Led Avalon Bassline, with two filter cartridges (SEM + Ladder Filters), PSU, original box.

This particular unit is signed by Brian Castro on the back (see photos).

This synth was used in dozens of Highsage Acid techno tracks, including vinyl releases on Detroit Underground, Night Tripper, and Berlin’s AC Records, etc."

Brian Castro is the man behind Abstrakt Instruments.

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

MOOGFEST REVEALS MUSIC LINEUP AND PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS



Details are in. Via MOOGFEST:

"Over 150 participating artists including Flying Lotus, Animal Collective, Gotye, Suzanne Ciani, Derrick May, 808 State, Jessy Lanza, Simian Mobile Disco, Moor Mother, Syrinx, Visible Cloaks, Princess Nokia, and Function added to growing list of Moogfest 2017 participants

Gotye Presenting a Tribute to Jean-Jacques Perrey, The Center for Deep Listening Honoring Pauline Oliveros, and Peanut Butter Wolf Honoring Bernie Worrell and Other Musicians We’ve Lost

Over forty performing artists also leading workshops and sessions in four-day conference program

The independent, annual, four-day festival will take place in
Durham, North Carolina from May 18-21, 2017. This year marks its 11th iteration honoring the spirit of inventor Bob Moog.

$249 for 3-Day General Admission and $499 for 3-Day VIP

All prices exclusive of applicable fees.

Durham, NC (March 7, 2017): Today, Moogfest reveals its lineup of musical performers, led by Flying Lotus, Animal Collective, Gotye, Suzanne Ciani, Derrick May, 808 State, Simian Mobile Disco, Syrinx, Jessy Lanza, and Function. Building on the experimental format of previous years, Moogfest continues to integrate Future Sound (performances) and Future Thought (conference) programming, with many of these artists also leading sessions during the daytime conference program.

Moogfest’s trademark mix of intimate venues and masterful collaborations creates an unforgettable experience festival-goers will not find anywhere else. Experimental electronic and avant-garde dance music is complemented by thematic programming like Black Quantum Futurism, Protest, and Techno-Shamanism that span day-into-night. This year returns with adventurous formats such as live film scores, an overnight live music sleep concert, prelude to sleep listening parties, long-form durational performances, and presentations by leading Instrument Designers.

Moogfest has also invited artists including Gotye and Peanut Butter Wolf to help honor some of the innovative musicians we lost in 2016, including Jean-Jacques Perrey, Pauline Oliveros, Bernie Worrell and Keith Emerson. This 2017 lineup reinforces Moogfest’s commitment to bold experimentation, with some of the most important musicians and thinkers of our day helping to blur the lines between audience and artist, conversation and collaboration, technology and creativity.

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Eurorack Modular Synthesizer Videos by Luke Killen


Published on Aug 24, 2014 - Nov 20, 2015 Luke Killen


These are varied and good, so be sure to flip through each. There are 39 videos in the playlist. To keep the list legible below I did not include patch notes in the description of each video. To get to them simply click through the video while playing and you will be taken to the video on YouTube where you can check them out if interested. I wish I found this channel sooner so I could have been posting them as they went up. BTW, if you know of any YouTube channels including your own that have not been featured on the site, sent them in. You'll find details on what goes up and how to send stuff in the posting guidelines here.

Playlist (saved for easy searching later):
Modular synthesizer plays some melodic twang
Melodic door
acid carnival
A simple melody complicated
no harm no play video
tickno video
biowinner
acid funk

Friday, February 14, 2014

Roland's AIRA Officially Unveiled - Massive Pic Gallery, Details, Videos

AIRA — Artists make first contact with AIRA

Published on Feb 13, 2014 RolandChannel·835 videos

"Groundbreaking artists talk about their experiences with Roland instruments and make first contact with the AIRA gear. Artists appearing are: Arthur Baker, Ricardo Villalobos, A Guy Called Gerald, Rain Man, Netsky, Oscar Burnside, Boys Noize, Dr Meaker, Hardfloor, John Heckle, Hisashi Saito, and Akkord."

This post might take a bit to load. :)

Update3: You can find a write-up on Novamusik here.

Update2: You can find comments and discussion on this post on The MATRIXSYNTH Lounge here. I also added a page break for this post on the main site so it doesn't slow the site down for new posts. Click the "Click for more" link to get to the full post.

Friday, September 07, 2012

Acid Live 3xOxbOx&acidlab Miami


YouTube Published on Sep 7, 2012 by KickSenior

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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Cubik Meets Atreyu

"Cubik" by 808 State

YouTube via backporchvideos | March 10, 2008

"I found another show from the 90's! Here is a great video that we played in December 1990. Go to http://www.ztt.com for more information on 808 State and lots of other bands on the ZTT label."

Ateyu of The Never Ending Story:

Rhythm Device - Acid Rock (1989)

YouTube via hercolubus1969 | October 22, 2008

"Belgian old school techno track from the New Beat era. A classic of its genre.
This is a playback performance, which was recorded at Cherry Moon club in Lokeren, Belgium. (Please don't judge the tune based on this video only! :)

Vocal performer: Alain Bovy
Written by Frank De Wulf.
Published by Music Man Import."

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Turn this or that Dial (3)


YouTube via t0mrUm
"Oh the new cave for the same old man: It is such an immaculate Joy the proceedings of making Techno the way we like it. Acid and Patchbays Forever."

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Tobias Freund


" Tobias Freund has been making music for twenty five years. Besides earning his crust as a hired studio gun, Tobias has a long resume of techno records to his name. Often these have been collaborations, as Sieg Über Die Sonne with Dandy Jack, as Atom™ & Pink Elln with Uwe Schmidt, as nsi. with Max Loderbauer, or most recently as Odd Machine with Ricardo Villalobos. Tobias also records solo, under the name Pink Elln for techno — don’t say it out loud in German, it’s rude — and Tobias for house (remember ‘Street Knowledge’?). All in all, this is a man that has made a huge variety of music from techno to house to neo-acid to experimental/classical records."

Two links for this post. click here for and interview and podcast of the track list below. click here for more words on philip sherburne: Are Freunds Electric?


Note the Oberheim OB-Mx in the picture.

Track list:
01. Robert Fripp ‘Preface’ from Exposure [BGM, 1979]
02. Ryuichi Sakamoto ‘Milan 1909’ from Futurism [MIDI Inc., 1986]
03. Nash the Slash ‘Ylla’ from Dreams and Nightmares [Cut Throat Records, 1979]
04. WIR ‘Naked Whooping & Such Like’ from The First Letter [Mute, 1991]
05. Pyrolator ‘Nordatlantik’ from Inland [Ata Tak, 1979]
06. The Flying Lizards ‘Trouble’ [Virgin Records, 1980]
07. Andy Partridge ‘Shore Leave Ornithology (Another 1950)’ from Take Away [Virgin Records, 1980]
08. Les Vampyrettes ‘Biomutanten’ [EMI Electrola, 1985]
09. The Gadgets ‘Gevil's Dyke’ [Final Solution, 1980]
10. Baka Forest People ‘Heart of the Forest’ (A Capella) [Rykodisc, 1993]
11. Haruomi Hosono ‘Luminescent/Hotaru’ from Philharmony [Alfa Records, 1982]
12. Savant ‘The Neo-Realist’ [Pol Records, 1983]
13. Squarepusher ‘Vacuum Garden’ from Hello Everything [Warp, 2006]
14. Gary Newman ‘Cry the Clock Said’ from Dance [Beggars Banquet, 1981]
15. Dome ‘Keep It’ [Dome Records, 1980]

click here for and interview and podcast

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Interview with Hexfix93 of VAC

The following is an interview I just wrapped up with hexfix93 of Velvet Acid Christ. As you know, this site is about the gear, namely synths, and the gear that helps drive and enhance synths, but ultimately the focus is on synths.

I was chatting a bit with hexfix93 and asked him if he would be interested in a slightly different take on an interview, one focused on synths and their impact to his world. We all have our story regarding how our obsession with synths first started, how we see and approach synths and what they mean to us. I thought it would be interesting to hear his story. The following is the interview.

Before it begins, I want to thank hexfix93 for taking the time out for this. We all have a different approach and a different story when it comes to our synths. This is his. For more of his music check out VAC and don't miss Toxic Coma. Cheers, matrix.


1. What was your first synthesizer, how old were you when you picked it up, and why did you pick it up?

"It was some kind of old yamaha cheap thing. i got it for my atari st, so when i played games like leisure suit larry that the music wouldn't come from the wimpy fm built in sound, but a general midi synth instead. it really didn't sound all that great. i wasn’t really a keyboard player at this point.

The first synth i got as a keyboard player was a roland w30 sampler workstation. And we made like 3 records with that keyboard. i remember gary slaughter an x vac member, spilled orange vodka drink on it. and i had to take it apart and clean every part of it by hand slowly, it took weeks. it was a pure nightmare.

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