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Friday, May 31, 2024

5/29/24 (four cameras) Roland TR-909 Rhythm Composer & RE-301 + DBX 128 (x2) + Lexicon PCM 70


video upload by Cfpp0

"Some more video editing practice, this time with two full clips and two cutaways. The Roland TR-909 clap goes to the RE-301 tape echo. The kick is dry, the toms, hats, and snare get Lexicon PCM 70 (small room), and all of that gets crushed by two DBX 128 compressor expanders in series."

Monday, May 13, 2024

5/11/24 Metasonix KV-100 The Assblaster! processing Yamaha CS-30 + Roland RE-301


video upload by Cfpp0

"Finally, someone sold a Metasonix KV-100 Assblaster! for a reasonable price and I was on time."

Saturday, May 11, 2024

5/6/24 Wiard 300 System (at Noisebug, Pomona, CA)


video upload by Cfpp0

Update: new video in horizontal format. Orginal short below.

https://www.noisebug.net/

"This sounds like something Silver Apples might have done, or a delivery truck backing up. The Wiard 300 system is part of the synthesizer collection at Noisebug in Pomona, CA. I found it even more confounding than expected."


video upload by Cfpp0

Wednesday, May 08, 2024

5/7/24 Metasonix S-1000 Wretch Machine + Korg SQ-10 (at Vintage Synthesizer Museum, Los Angeles, CA)


video upload by Cfpp0

"Korg SQ-10 sequences Metasonix S-1000 Wretch Machine at the Vintage Synthesizer Museum in Los Angeles, CA. Around 1:45 into this video, resonant filter squelch begins eating the bass line and pulser, and it continues until it goes fully apoplectic. Both the S-1000 and SQ-10 speak Hz/v and the two blue cables are coming from the SQ-10 Channel A voltage output and Multiple trig output to the S-1000 pitch CV and trigger inputs.

The legendary Wretch Machine is pretty much unobtanium at this point, but the Vintage Synthesizer Museum is Mecca."

Saturday, April 27, 2024

4/26/24 (UP) Chopin’s “Nocturne Op. 9, no. 2” + Akai ME20A + Roland Jupiter 6 & RE-301 + Midiverb II


video upload by Cfpp0

"The Roland Jupiter 6 is in UNISON mode. YLF plays the left hand of Frédéric Chopin’s “Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, no. 2” as chords into the ME20A, with the playback pattern set to UP, which results in a recognizable arpeggio.

(YLF #7, Alesis Midiverb II #49)"

Friday, April 26, 2024

4/24/24 (YLF 4, Op. 9, no. 2) Roland Jupiter 6 & RE-301 + Akai ME20A + Alesis Midiverb II


video upload by Cfpp0

"The left hand of Frédéric Chopin’s “Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, no. 2” is translated into a sequence by the Akai ME20A MIDI sequence arpeggiator and played back on the Roland Jupiter 6 (cross modulation). The Jupiter 6 audio output goes into the Alesis Midiverb II, with the input overloading. Tape echo from the Roland RE-301 is applied on the Mackie Onyx 1640 mixer."

4/26/24 Chopin’s “Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, no. 2” according to Akai ME20A & Roland Jupiter 6


"YLF plays the left hand of Frédéric Chopin’s 'Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, no. 2' again, but this time as chords, which the Akai ME20A translates into a Bach-icized sequence. The Roland Jupiter 6 is in SOLO mode first, until it is switched to POLY-1 at 1:17, with some wiggling of filter cutoff and resonance, and the sustain and release on envelope 2, throughout the video, particularly towards the end.

(YLF #6, Alesis Midiverb II #46)"

Tuesday, April 23, 2024

4/23/24 (EPROM: “bright tom”) Simmons SDS1 triggered by Roland TR-606 into RE-301 Chorus Echo


video upload by Cfpp0

"A few triggers from the Roland TR-606 driving the auto run modulation on the Simmons SDS1 with the 'bright Tom' EPROM installed. Spring reverb and tape echo by the Roland RE-301."

Monday, April 15, 2024

4/15/24 Viscount R-64s PCM + Peavey 1300 + DBX 900 (3x 905/903) + Lexicon PCM 70 (small room)


video upload by Cfpp0

"In boca al lupo, ragazza. Ciao! A final test of the recently serviced, perfectly working, very rare, and wonderfully Italian Viscount R-64s PCM 8-bit drum machine before packing it up and sending it off to its new owner. Mix out goes mono to a Mackie submixer to the DBX 900, going through one 905/903 into the next 905/903, with an aux send from the Mackie out to the Peavey 1300 delay going to a third 905/903 set. Those two signals then go to two channels on the Mackie Onyx 1640 mixer, with Lexicon PCM 70 small room reverb on an aux."

3/26/24 Trogotronic 676 & 333 & 669 + Mazzatron Mult / Pass Thru + Lexicon PCM 70


video upload by Cfpp0

"Tweaking the Trogotronic 669 oscillators."

Wednesday, April 10, 2024

4/9/24 Metasonix S-2000 vacuum tube synthesizer + Korg SQ-10 sequencer & MS-02 + Roland RE-301


video upload by Cfpp0

"Finally, a Metasonix S-2000. For this lethargic elephant stroll, a Korg SQ-10 sequencer is sending 16 steps of Hz/v CV (channel A voltage out) to the S-2000 operators, while also triggering (converted by the Korg MS-02 interface) the S-2000 contour 1. The drive amount on Operator 1 and Operator 2 are incrementally increased and the fall and rise of contour 1 are also increased. Roland RE-301 tape echo is added via the Mackie Onyx 1640 mixer."

Friday, April 05, 2024

4/4/24 (swarm) Gieskes Klok & No Drum + Zerosum Inertia PLXNA2 + OAM Uncertainty + Lexicon PCM 70


video upload by Cfpp0

"Butterflies, bats, 16mm swarm: Gieskes Klok modulates itself and No Drum and Olivia Artz Modular Uncertainty, which modulates No Drum, while Klok gates No Drum."

You cand find additional Gieskes Kok module posts here.

This appears to be the first post to feature Olivia Artz Modular. Details on their modules follow via Perfect Circuit and Noisebug.



"Uncertainty from Olivia Artz Modular is a 2hp coin toss module; it is open source, with new, user-swappable firmware being developed. So, it will continue to grow and offer new functionality!

In the standard firmware, the top input accepts gates, triggers, or any signal between -5V and +5V. Based on whether the input is positive or negative, it uses two different types of logic to produce gates at the corresponding eight outputs. If the input is above +1V, then the module does eight differently-weighted "coin tosses"—one for each output. If the outcome of the toss is "heads," a +5V signal is output for as long as the input stays above 1V. If the input signal is -1V or lower, a slightly different coin toss algorithm is used, where the outputs are paired—if the result of the toss is "heads," the upper output of the pair in question sends out a signal, and if it's "tails," the lower outputs sends out a signal.

Alternate firmwares are available for free, and loading them is as easy as plugging in your module via the rear PCB USB connection, dragging on a file, and you're done. The first new official firmware is a VU meter—with the panel LEDs displaying the current voltage level, and each LED getting a dedicated gate output—somewhat like a multi-window comparator! Olivia Artz's Uncertainty module is a great way to add chance operations to your rack without sacrificing space.

UNCERTAINTY FEATURES

2HP chance module with alternate firmwares available
Default firmware uses two distinct coin toss algorithms to convert incoming bipolar signals into eight streams of outgoing gates
Open source
One CV input with 10-bit resolution
Eight gate outputs"

Tuesday, April 02, 2024

4/1/24 Roland (& RYK, Lana) System 100m + Trogotronic 676 + Zerosum Inertia PLXNA2 + Lexicon PCM 70


video upload by Cfpp0

"The RYK Modular 185 sequencer for Roland System 100m sequences two 112 oscillators, which run into the 121 VCF into the 130 VCA, with an envelope from the 140. The 130 goes to the Zerosum Inertia PLXNA2, which goes to the Mackie Onyx 1640, with some Lexicon PCM 70 (Cascade BPM). The RYK 185 also sequences a Lana 212 VCO, which runs into the FM CV on the PLXNA2. This all produces the bass line melody. Another output on the right 112 VCO goes to the input on the Trogotronic 676, which creates the dissonant drone that is slowly faded in on the Mackie (with a lot more PCM 70)."

Saturday, March 30, 2024

3/30/24 Pasco Scientific WA-9307A Fourier Synthesizer (modified) + Lexicon PCM 70 (3.0 Concert Hall)


video upload by Cfpp0

"This Pasco Scientific WA-9307A Fourier Synthesizer was just modified with a global pitch control. The 10K output goes to a Low-gain Electronics format jumbler (banana to 1/4” TS), then into a Lower West Side Studios Triple Attenuator module, and then into the Mackie Onyx 1640 mixer, where it gets reverb from the Lexicon PCM 70."

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

3/26/24 Technosaurus Cyclodon & Microcon + Lexicon PCM 70 (1.8 Bouncing BPM)


video upload by Cfpp0

Beautiful.

Saturday, March 23, 2024

2/28/24 (be flat, 8 step) Yamaha CS-30 + CXM 1978

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video upload by Cfpp0

"Another one from the end of February 2024. One oscillator is set to SEQ and the other to KBD, so you hear a droning note under an 8-step sequence from the onboard sequencer. At 1:48 I start playing some notes and you can hear the portamento. Mostly this video demonstrates the filters."



via this listing

"Insane. The Yamaha CS-30 is an animal. The filter, the oscillators, all those envelopes, all that modulation—it sounds amazing, wild. And it’s an ecosystem. Self contained, with its own sequencer, LFO, headphone output, keyboard; flip a switch to transpose your 8-step sequence, flip another to drone, drone, drone, flip a switch to change envelopes. But it also has external audio in to the filter, external control voltages in and out, sequencer pitch and gate out, and so on. So on! So on!

Solo leads, cellos, vocal formant and vowel, alien bells, whatever, it’s versatile.

It tracks Hz/v for all you Korg MS-10, 20, 50 folks, all you thyratron-loving Zerosum Inertia folks, Metasonix folks.

Very nice ergonomics. Good angle to the controls. Large knobs and faders.

This one has been around here for a few years, but had a problem with the keyboard glitching. It was just serviced and is now working great, plus it has been changed to operate on North American power."

Tuesday, March 19, 2024

3/17/24 (bass version) ElectroComp EML 200 + Lexicon PCM 70


video upload by Cfpp0

"Some more RoboCop from the ElectroComp EML 200. Similarly hysterical patch as in the previous 3/17/24 EML 200 video, but more of a bass version this time, with lower tuning on each VCO, different on times for the spring reverb running into the switch, and a bit less swung."

Monday, March 18, 2024

3/17/24 ElectroComp EML 200 + Lexicon PCM 70


video upload by Cfpp0

"The VCO 2 pitch knob is all the way counter clockwise until 0:55, when it is turned up and the VCO goes into audible range and more FM occurs between the two VCOs. That knob continues to get turned and also some on time changes on the switch. Lexicon PCM 70 provides the stereo delay."

Tuesday, March 12, 2024

3/11/24 (slower range) ElectroComp EML 200 + Lexicon PCM 70 (1.3 Circular Dlys)


video upload by Cfpp0

"Same patch as in the previous 3/11/24 EML 200 video, but with a lower range setting on the master oscillator:

The ElectroComp EML 200 master oscillator square wave drives the whole wave shaper section and the switch. Sampler is fed one output of VCO 1. VCO 1 and VCO 2 outputs go to the ring modulator. VCO 2 also goes to VCO 1 CV input. Sampler outputs go to VCO 1 and VCO 2 CV inputs. Wave shaper is set to amplitude, with the ring mod output going to carrier in, and modulation input is first getting a sine wave from the master oscillator (until 0:45), then only the switch output is audible until (at 0:53) I change it to the envelope. The ring mod output also goes to the spring reverb, 100% wet, which goes to the switch. The switch output is dry, but a stereo delay from the Lexicon PCM 70 is applied to the output of the wave shaper, which runs through mixer No. 1 on the 200."

Monday, March 11, 2024

3/11/24 ElectroComp EML 200 + Lexicon PCM 70 (1.3 Circular Dlys)


video upload by Cfpp0

"The ElectroComp EML 200 master oscillator square wave drives the whole wave shaper section and the switch. Sampler is fed one output of VCO 1. VCO 1 and VCO 2 outputs go to the ring modulator. VCO 2 also goes to VCO 1 CV input. Sampler outputs go to VCO 1 and VCO 2 CV inputs. Wave shaper is set to amplitude, with the ring mod output going to carrier in, and modulation input is first getting a sine wave from the master oscillator (until 1:20), then only the switch output is audible until (at 1:30) I change it to the envelope. The ring mod output also goes to the spring reverb, 100% wet, which goes to the switch. The switch output is dry, but a stereo delay from the Lexicon PCM 70 is applied to the output of the wave shaper, which runs through mixer No. 1 on the 200."

Sunday, March 03, 2024

3/3/24 Metasonix R-54, R-52, R-51 + Moog DFAM & Subharmonicon + Doepfer + Lexicon PCM 70


video upload by Cfpp0

"Similar patch and settings as in the other day-lit 3/3/24 video, but stopping and starting the DFAM at different steps to latch onto different pitches. Moog Subharmonicon is running through Metasonix R-52. Moog DFAM is running through Metasonix R-54 & R-51. Moog and Doepfer provide the modulation. Lexicon PCM 70 is set to Gated Plate reverb off the Mackie Onyx 1640."
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