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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Fifty Years of ARP: The 2500 in 2020 Online Event This Saturday, September 26


via The Alan R Pearlman Foundation:

ALAN R. PEARLMAN FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES “FIFTY YEARS OF ARP: THE 2500 in 2020” SYNTHPOSIUM EVENT

Celebrating five decades of the 2500 synthesizer with interviews, panels and more

STONE RIDGE, NY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2020– The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation has announced “Fifty Years of ARP: The 2500 in 2020”, a virtual event to be held on September 26th at 12PM EST on Zoom via Eventbrite. The event will be free for all participants with a suggested donation. Registration and other information can be found here.

The event will focus on the ARP 2500, the groundbreaking synthesizer made famous in Close Encounters of the Third Kind. It will feature panel discussions and interviews with original ARP engineers, software developers, artists, composers, producers, educators, and others. Participants will be able to interact live with panelists via Zoom.

"We are beyond thrilled for this deep dive into the iconic ARP 2500,” said Dina Pearlman, ARP Foundation founder and daughter of Alan R. Pearlman. "We’ve assembled an amazing collection of engineers who made the original 2500s, artists who have used them, and ARP historians and organizations that work to preserve them."

The Foundation continues its work with contributors, collaborators, vendors, manufacturers, venues, and owners of rare original ARP synthesizers. Among their goals is the creation of installations where students can utilize ARP synthesizers as part of their music curriculum, and to explore the endless possibilities of electronic music.

For more information about the Foundation, visit www.alanrpearlmanfoundation.com.

Friday, May 24, 2024

ARP Foundation ARP 2500 Now Available for Public Use



The first ARP 2500 available for public use, previously posted here, is now available.

via The Alan R. Pearl Foundation

KINGSTON, NY, MAY 24, 2024– The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation proudly announces that their recently-acquired ARP 2500 synthesizer has been restored, fitted with upgrades, and is now available tom the general public at The Record Co. in Boston, MA. This ARP 2500 is the first and only publicly-accessible example of its kind in the USA.

Thanks to generous funding from donors and benefactors, and in line with the Foundation’s mission, this exceedingly rare 2508 Wing Cabinet is now available to everyone. Part of the expansive 2500 system, the 2508 is a self-contained synthesizer including original oscillator, filter, sequencer, envelope and mix-sequencer modules, interlinked by the 2500’s flexible patch matrix system. It also contains a unique new oscillator designed for the Foundation by Phil Cirocco of Cirocco Music Systems, who also restored the 2508 to pristine working condition. The synthesizer has been further enhanced with a protective cover as well as a new custom-made keyboard from synthesizer.com.

"The day has finally arrived," said Dina Alcalay Pearlman-Ifil, founder and Executive Director of the ARP Foundation and daughter of Alan R. Pearlman. "Thanks to our generous donors, colleagues, and friends, our 2500 got the TLC it needed to make it feel and sound brand new again. It’s ready to inspire the next generation of musical explorers, just as my father intended. We hope this will be the first of many.”

The 2500 is available by appointment. Users seeking to schedule hands-on time must contact The Record Co. at therecordco.org/reserve-space. Previous modular synthesizer experience is strongly encouraged, however, users will receive an email with resources designed to familiarize them with the 2500’s workflow, empowering them to make the most of their time with this legendary synthesizer.

The ARP Foundation continues its work with contributors, collaborators, vendors, manufacturers, venues, and synthesizer owners to provide musicians with access to vintage ARP synthesizers to explore the endless possibilities of electronic music. The Foundation relies on donors to continue its mission, and encourages everyone who understands the importance of music education to visit alanrpearlmanfoundation.org to learn more and pledge their support."

Saturday, February 10, 2024

ARP 2600 Synth Patching Lessons LIVE! at MIDI 2 | NAMM 2024


video upload by Anthony Marinelli Music

"It was my honor and pleasure to be a guest speaker for the Alan R. Pearlman Foundation on the MIDI Association’s MIDI 2 stage at NAMM 2024.
In the spirit of the foundation and its mission statement, I opted to share the stage with some up and coming synthesists. Join us as we explore how to create sounds in your head and the endless possibilities that come from creativity, believing in yourself and knowing how to practice efficiently. I was blessed to meet some talented people before, during and after my talk.

The ARP Archives & The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Their mission is to celebrate the legacy of inventor, musician, entrepreneur and engineer Alan R. Pearlman, by making his innovative inventions publicly accessible, and by inspiring future generations to imagine and create. Please sign up for their newsletter to learn about events, launches, news and site updates.
The ARP 2600 on stage with me was generously donated by Ryan Hawkins from the Synth Cave.

00:00 Introduction
00:50 My ARP 2600 first experience
02:00 How to patch sounds on the ARP 2600
02:54 1st Guest - Alcee
15:26 Alcee reviews what he learned
16:55 Anthony's 10 second helicopter sound
18:33 2nd Guest - Daniel
20:04 Dina Pearlman - ARP Foundation
22:21 Daniel Makes his first ARP 2600 Patch
26:23 Anthony's Helicopter Story
27:54 Wrap Up / Doctor Mix introduction
28:39 Logo (music)"

Monday, July 03, 2023

Sequential REV2 | Revelations Patch Bank


video upload by MIDERA

"I had access to the Sequential REV2 for 1 month and decided to make a patch bank with it. In 2019 I had a REV2 desktop and made some patches that I really liked, so I decided to finish the bank of patches and sell them. Please visit here for details on how to purchase these patches: https://www.midera-artist.com/synthes...

I chose to not use any external effects for these patches. Everything you hear can be achieved using the REV2 by itself. These patches will install on Bank 1 of your REV2. I do not think it is backwards compatible with the Prophet 08 unfortunately.

I wrote my review of the REV2 here as well:
https://www.midera-artist.com/sequent..."

Monday, November 07, 2022

Short overview of Endless Arp's new set up #modular #synthesizer #musicvideo #eurorack #jam


video upload by Endless Arp

@XOR Electronics Nerdseq
@Rossum Electro-Music Assimil8or
@TipTopAudio Trigger riot
Orthogonal Devices ER-301
Tesseract Sweet 16
@Instruō Saich
Mannequins Three sisters
@Noise Engineering BIA

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

SAVE THE DATE! The ARP 2600 Synthposium: 50 Years of the 2600


via The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation

"SAVE-THE-DATE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH

THE ARP 2600 SYNTHPOSIUM

A hybrid in-person/online event and fundraiser celebrating 50 years since the release of the very first ARP 2600. The day will feature live performances, panel discussions, special guests, synthesizer clinics, a cocktail reception, and more!

The in-person segment of the SYNTHPOSIUM and fundraiser will take place at The Record Co., a community recording and rehearsal space for musicians in the Boston area. With its brand new facilities and impressive array of equipment, The Record Co. has partnered with us to house seven ARP synthesizers, shipped from around the world, that are available for public use.

The online event will be streamed live via several different sources.

Tickets and Information
We want to ensure everyone's safety, so tickets will go on sale two weeks before the September 18 event, so we can plan as accurately as possible.

Visit our Facebook Event page or the event page regularly for updates.

All proceeds will benefit the Alan R. Pearlman Foundation. The Foundation's mission is to celebrate the legacy of inventor, musician, entrepreneur and engineer Alan R. Pearlman by making his innovative inventions publicly accessible, and inspiring future generations to imagine and create.

OUR GUEST SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

David Baron
Phil Cirroco
Lisa Bella Donna
David Friend
Jennifer Hruska
Brian Kehew
David Mash

THE ARP 2600...
To call the ARP 2600 an influential synthesizer is a grand understatement. When first produced in 1971, the 2600 presented musicians with the power of a full-fledged modular synthesizer, but with "normalled" connections allowed anyone to play without knowing how to program. It was educational, powerful, and flexible... And it sounded phenomenal. The 2600 can produce amazing sonic textures, leads, basses, sound effects, and just about any other sound you can imagine.

Early adopters such as Edgar Winter, Pete Townshend, Joe Zawinul and Stevie Wonder helped popularize the 2600 in a musical context. Stevie even had a customized 2600 with the controls labeled in Braille. The 2600 is also famously known as the voice of Star Wars' R2-D2, being played by sound designer Ben Burtt.

And with the reintroduction of the 2600 by Korg, as well as Antonus and 2600 VSTs such as Time wARP, Cherry Audio's CA2600 and Arturia, a whole new generation of musicians can now experience the endless possibilities of this incredible synthesizer. LEARN MORE"

Monday, August 28, 2017

Roland TB-303 Devilfish Modded With Walrus Arp-87 Delay Pedal


Published on Aug 28, 2017 Perfect Circuit Audio

"This video shows all four modes of the Walrus Arp-87 delay pedal with a Roland TB-303 as the input. The 303 is Devilfish modded for a few extra options.

The ARP-87 is a powerful multi-function delay pedal that creates lush echoes and adds in-depth dimension to all sounds. It sports four algorithms consisting of digital, analog, lo-fi and slapback - all of which offers a virtually endless range for sonic experimentation. The ARP-87 has 6 knobs built in and a bypass and tap switch to manage and keep all delays under control. With the ability to produce anything from light delay runoffs to intense echoes, the ARP-87 Multi-Function Delay is a great addition to any studio.

Available here: https://www.perfectcircuitaudio.com/w..."

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Friday, March 03, 2023

The best DB-01 feature you're probably not using


video upload by Richard DeHove

"It's the one trick grammy award winning dentists don't want you to know - yet nine out of 10 cats agree! Seriously though there are functions on some machines that you just never get to unless you go digging. I'm a big fan of the DB-01 arp, especially jamming over the top of existing sequences. And recently I made a huge discovery. Well, actually, a tiny and insignificant realization, but it was that in the DB-01 arp section "PIA" stands for "piano" and "STP" stands for "step". For two years I was guessing at that acronym. A cosmic ray must have nudged a defective neuron aside. Yeah, obvious to you but not me. It turns out that "step" is a fantastic auto-slicing jamming function.

In the comments a while back someone said they enjoyed my "crusty" take on things. That means "a little bit grumpy". I like that. I am a little bit grumpy - about a lot of things. One thing I don't like is demos with too many machines. What tends to happen is that one (or more) machines get latched onto some never-ending-16-step-loopy-thing. Or maybe more than one. I don't like that (but of course I've done it lots of times). I get irritated these days when just one machine is endlessly repeating a 16-step pattern. Did any of the great composers just mindlessly copy bar after bar after bar of the same sludge just to fill out supporting instruments? Of course not. (Although I do like Phillip Glass)

OTOH modern machines usually present you with a 16-step grid. So what can you do?
Which brings us back to STP "step" mode on the DB-01 arp. A single, boring, 16-step pattern can be sliced up on the fly and made into endless variations. Possibly the best use of this is recording it as audio and slicing it up in the DAW. Or perhaps live performance. Whatever you do it's a good way to make 16-steps a lot more interesting. The quick version of this is to take an empty pattern, go into the randomizer and "randomize all" (the button on the far right). Now you have an unplayable mess. But with the "step" arp (latched) you can probably pick out selected parts and make something coherent. In any case it's entertaining. What do you think?

Lots of downloads for supporters on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/richarddehove
Many thanks to my kind patrons who keep this channel ad-free
My website: https://richarddehove.com/
My other channel "IntraCosmos" of long-play dark ambient textures:

/ @intracosmos"

Thursday, August 04, 2022

ALAN R. PEARLMAN FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES NEW NOVEMBER 5, 2022 DATE FOR FALL ‘SYNTHPOSIUM’



KINGSTON, NY, July 27, 2022– Save the DATE! The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation has announced that a change of date has been made for their fall Synthposium: '2022: A 50 Year ARP Odyssey'. The virtual event and fundraiser will now be held on November 5, 2022.

All proceeds will benefit the Alan R. Pearlman Foundation and the “ARPs For All” project.

Ticketing and information will be available late September on their website: alanrpearlmanfoundation.org. Much like the previous 2600 event in 2021, the Synthposium will focus on one iconic synth—the Odyssey—and will feature panel discussions, technical forums and information, musical performances, and interviews with artists, former ARP employees, engineers of both hardware and software versions of the famed Odyssey and more. Participants will be able to interact live with panelists via chat.

The Foundation continues its work with contributors, collaborators, vendors, manufacturers, venues, and owners of rare original ARP synthesizers. Among their goals is the creation of installations where students can utilize ARP synthesizers as part of their music curriculum, and to explore the endless possibilities of electronic music. For more information about the Foundation, visit www.alanrpearlmanfoundation.com

Friday, September 01, 2023

ALAN R. PEARLMAN FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS



Press release follows:

The ARP Foundation Strengthens its Mission

Kingston, NY, AUGUST 31, 2023– The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation has welcomed three new appointees to its Board of Directors: Chris Meyer, Collin Russell, and Andrew Schlesinger.

Chris Meyer
As a teenager in the 70s, Chris Meyer took lessons on piano, bass, and modular synthesizers. He went on to write code and help design products for Sequential Circuits, Digidesign, Tom Oberheim, and Roland R&D where he was chief engineer. He is perhaps best known as the creator of Vector Synthesis. >

Chris also taught synthesis at UCLA Extension, wrote numerous articles for Music Technology Magazine plus a column for Keyboard Magazine, and was technical chairman of the MIDI Manufacturers Association where he authored several additions to the spec including MIDI Time Code.

After a two-decade detour in the video and film industry, he recently returned to modular synthesis, creating videos, courses, and articles under the name Learning Modular, and co-authored the popular book Patch & Tweak. Proving that one who teaches can also “do”, most recently he has been focusing on composing and performing sweeping, emotional electronic music under the name Alias Zone which combines synthesizers, samplers, field recordings, and percussion instruments.




Collin Russell

Collin Russell is a composer, sound designer, and educator specializing in modular synthesis and through-composed electronic music. In addition to creating sound libraries and scoring music for films, Collin releases his own personal music in genres ranging from ambient to harsh noise. His process is rooted in the melding of traditional harmonic and rhythmic structures with organic modulations, bridging the gap between familiar and explorative sound.

Synth Gems 1 and Inspire the Music – 50 Years of Roland History.




Andrew Schlesinger

Drew Schlesinger is a renowned professional sound designer who has been involved in creating patches for synthesizers, effects and software products beginning with the Casio CZ-101 in 1984. He’s developed internal presets for over two hundred devices from thirty different manufacturers including Roland, Korg, EMU, Kurzweil, Alesis, Sony, Yamaha, Eventide, Lexicon and Sound Toys among many others.

He's recognized as one of the most prolific and accomplished sound programmers in the MI industry and has created seminal sounds and effects that include “Crystal Echoes” (Shimmer), the “Black Hole” reverb for Eventide and “Prophetic Steps” for Korg’s Prophecy synthesizer.

Drew was recently presented with the Golden Knob Lifetime Achievement Award at the Knobcon 2022 for his work in synth sound design and the contributions to the electronic music community. He’s also included in NAMM’s Oral History Series and is a frequent podcast guest.


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"We’re very excited to welcome these talented professionals into our Board of Directors," said Dina Alcalay Pearlman-Ifil, founder and Executive Director of the ARP Foundation and daughter of Alan R. Pearlman. "These three new Directors are well-recognized in their fields and we’re looking forward to their contributions bringing the Foundation’s efforts to the next level.”

The ARP Foundation continues its work with contributors, collaborators, vendors, manufacturers, venues, and synthesizer owners to provide music students with access to vintage ARP synthesizers to explore the endless possibilities of electronic music. The Foundation relies on donors to continue its mission, and encourages everyone who understands the importance of music education to visit https://alanrpearlmanfoundation.org to learn more and pledge their support.

Monday, June 10, 2013

Galileo for iPad - Professional Organ Emulator

Published on Jun 9, 2013 YonacSoftware·44 videos

"Galileo is the professional tonewheel & transistor modeling organ for your iPad and iPad Mini.

Galileo's 11 unique organ types recreate anything from a leaky old 300-pounder to the transistor-most of the red boxes. The organ comes complete with three manuals, Scanner vibrato/chorus emulation, percussion module & settable organ parameters such as leakage, keyclick, attack & release and more. The signal is rounded out by a virtual-tube, Class-A inspired preamp, as well as a powerful rotary cabinet simulator with 3 cabinet types and multiple parameters.

Performance and studio-friendly, Galileo also features comprehensive MIDI implementation with over 130 CC destinations, Audiobus input & effects, a built-in arpeggiator, tapedeck and more. With over 240 factory presets, Galileo delivers classic organ sounds essential to every studio.

Please visit http://www.yonac.com for Galileo's FULL spec list!"

iTunes:
Galileo Organ - Yonac Inc.

"INTRO PRICE for a LIMITED TIME! Galileo is the professional tonewheel & transistor modeling organ for your iPad and iPad Mini.

Galileo's 11 unique organ types recreate anything from a leaky old 300-pounder to the transistor-most of the red boxes. The organ comes complete with three manuals, Scanner vibrato/chorus emulation, percussion module & settable organ parameters such as leakage, keyclick, attack & release and more. The signal is rounded out by a virtual-tube, Class-A inspired preamp, as well as a powerful rotary cabinet simulator with 3 cabinet types and multiple parameters.

Performance and studio-friendly, Galileo also features comprehensive MIDI implementation with over 130 CC destinations, Audiobus input & effects, a built-in arpeggiator, tapedeck and more. With over 240 factory presets, Galileo delivers classic organ sounds essential to every studio.

\\\The Organ///

• Virtual-Analog tonewheel & transistor organ w/ real time signal generation
• 32-bit floating point pro-grade DSP
• Ultra low-latency audio generation
• Virtual-Tube Preamp & Rotary Cabinet emulator
• 3 individually configurable manuals
• 11 organ types for each manual, including tonewheels in various leakage & tonal characteristics, & unique transistor models
• Scanner Vibrato / Chorus emulation
• Realistic percussion section w/ 2 attack algorithms
• Adjustable drawbar & tonewheel leakage
• Per-manual adjustable attack & release
• Key click amount
• Dedicated pre-FX & post-FX volume controls
• Togglable Bass Foldback
• Adjustable Brilliance for rolling off high end
• Adjustable Upper/Lower manual balance & Pedal manual volume
• Manual Coupling
• MIDI selectable Drawbar Sets
• 48 voice total polyphony

\\\Rotary Cabinet Simulation///

• Faithful emulation of the lush rotary cabinet sound
• State-of-the-art cabinet simulation w/ period-correct frequency response & resonance
• 3 cabinet types, including baffled & open speakers
• Rotary brake & speed toggles
• Adjustable slow & fast speeds
• Adjustable rotor acceleration for realistic speed-up & slow-down effect
• Adjustable drum-to-horn speaker balance
• Adjustable stereo mic seperation
• Rotary effect mix

\\\Virtual-Tube Preamp///

• Asymmetric-clipping "Class A" inspired tube modelling DSP
• Adjustable gain & blend providing mild tube saturation to harmonic-rich overdrive
• Classic tone stack w/ Bass, Mids and Treble
• Selectable low/high mids focus for "American" or "British" tube tones
• Realistic input volume sensitivity

\\\Wah/Autowah///

• 4 unique wah types
• Adjustable sweep range & center
• Adjustable emphasis
• Togglable autowah w/ 5 sweep curves
• Continuous, key-reset & one-shot sweep modes
• Sweep rate & phase
• BPM syncing w/ 16 note values
• Velocity tracking for auto sweep depth

Saturday, February 15, 2020

MACBETH M5 Semi-Modular Analog Synthesizer

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via this auction

"This is the Original M5 with the black & orange colour scheme, as used for the later version ARP 2600.

Note that whilst it looks like a later model Rev.3 ARP2600, the M5's sound is both Moog and Oberheim inspired.

[Update: note the lawsuit mentioned below never happened. There was contention over the filter but it never got to that.  via Wikipedia: "Early versions contained an imitation of Robert Moog's 4-pole 'ladder' VCF, later the subject of a threatened (though ultimately nonexistent) lawsuit"Also the epoxy covered modules were likely more for performance reasons. Not sure if it was to stabilize temperature and to isolate the modules. See the comments at the bottom of this post for more.]

The original ARP 2600 (Blue Meanie model) that many/most claim sounds best of the 2600's, stole the Moog filter design of course, hence epoxy sealed units, lawsuit, 4072 ARP filter redesign, etc... Plus, the M5 actually dwarfs the 2600 in overall height + size. This M5 is one of around 90 (I think) of the original versions that were hand made between 2005/6, so only 14-15 years old compared with over 40 for a 2600.

It has great build quality courtesy of Ken McBeth. No tiny slider tops or mini jack sockets to fiddle with... On a practical note you can get multiple (man sized) finger tips between the slider tops for patching/mixing/modulation purposes. A joy to play with as you can easily see all patch points, sources, destinations, signal flow, etc.

As regards stability & tuning, many older analogue synths had & still do have problems with these factors. This M5 tunes very accurately and holds tune throughout every session, nor is this dependent on whether it's hot or not - inside or out, as was the downside of many old analogue synths, though it's appreciated some do like such instability... I prefer to start off with known stability & increase detuning/instability if/when needed. There is even a stability pot on Osc#3 for dialing in that effect when required, except it's under your control and not at the mercy of other elements...

IMO the M5 is sonically much more powerful and versatile than the 2600, based on the dual filter type design alone.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

TTSH ARP 2600 Clone

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via this auction

"IBYP's most recent TTSH V2, ARP 2600 semi-modular synthesizer cloneWhite Ring edition. Although 20% smaller in size, the Two Thousand Six Hundred Version 2 (version 1 improved ) has proven to sound and play as hard as its predecessors. The TTSH is a resurrection of the classic hybrid-modular synth, ARP 2600 AKA the original Star WarsR2D2 voice as well as many classic arcade games. It offers 3 oscillators, endless modulation possibilities and a built in 4AB3C1C reverb tank for a more long and natural warm decays. Designed by The Human Comparator and built by IBYP, this TTSH V2 was tested and tuned with precision to fit in all musical environments.

Since early January 2016, the The Human Comparator discontinued the boards and panels to make room for more great products to come. This monster is now considered among the rare classics we spend most of our time hunting down and will surely go up in demand considering not many were built. I've had allot of fun building them and now its time to sell my last one.. well not really my last.. I've kept one for my self ;)

The TTSH unique neo style case was designed and hand crafted by IBYP's own designer Lou Davis. The Neo style case is inspired by one's perception of physics due to its sleek slanted design. It gives the impression that the case is on the verge of falling when viewed from it sides but thanks to the storage compartment in the back, the TTSH had a very solid base to stand on. The compartment makes it practical to store your cables, power supply as well as cue sheets or other junk we musicians tend to carry around. As for the case finish, a black Duratex plastic paint was chosen for better durability and resistance while also providing a beautiful end product, catches the eye of everyone's first glance. The white ring edition speaks for itself, the 1/8" and the 1/4" ring connectors have been carefully coated white and a Moog style knob was added for the preamp volume control.

It is very easy to setup in any midi situation, just connect any midi controller, sequencer with a CV/Gate out to the CV/Gate input on the TTSH and you're ready to explore a universe of endless soundscape possibilities! I recommend anyone passionate about analog synths to go the extra mile and get this version 2 of TTSH, it's a musical beast, a must have!"

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

Modular patch + Matriarch #eurorack #synthesizer #livemusic #electronicmusic #experimental #glitch


video upload by Endless Arp's

@Moog Music Inc
@TipTopAudio
#synthesizer
#eurorack
#synthesizer

Modules : Trigger riot + BIA + 2hp hats + fx-aid , doepfer vc/mixer , Ooots output

Saturday, February 12, 2022

Teletype & Instruo #modular patch #experimentalmusic #eurorack #synthesizer


video upload by Endless Arp's

Sunday, July 03, 2022

Soma Pulsar & Lyra 8 + ornament 8 & Dfam


video upload by Endless Arp's

Thursday, January 27, 2022

Instruō Saïch & Soma Pulsar 23


video upload by Endless Arp's

"A short snapshot of a night with Pulsar & saïch.

I am very much loving Pulsar and what it brings to the table."

Sunday, January 09, 2022

saturdaynight expressions #synth #modular #moog #experimental #explore #sonic #sound #eurorack


video upload by Endless Arp's

Saturday, September 10, 2022

Modular processing of Soma Lyra8 , Pulsar 23 , Wingpinger , Moog Dfam , Mother 32 & Moog Matriarch


video upload by Endless Arp's

Saturday, December 11, 2021

Instruo + BIA + Matriarch #moog #synthesizer #music #modular #modularsynth


video upload by Endless Arp's

"hi , this is a patch made with instruo oscillators , ER-101 sequencer , moog matriarch , moffenzeef mito , bia & 2hp hats and some reverb"
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