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Monday, May 20, 2024

Bock 🆚 Super 8


video upload by GSF AGENCY

"All audio Super 8 direct out. 🎧

Special thanks to the excellent peeps at RSPE Audio Solutions for letting us hijack their PMC Dolby Atmos Reference Studio. 24-bit recording courtesy of Avid MTRX and Pro Tools HDX.
@rspeaudio
@avid.protools
@pmcspeakers."

Saturday, May 04, 2024

Bock 🆚 Super Gemini


video upload by GSF AGENCY

@bennybock 🎹
@udo_audio 🪐

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Mike Avenaim - A Super 6 Desktop Series Song 1


video upload by GSF AGENCY

"All synth sounds from the U.D.O Super 6. Live drums and no triggers. What an incredible instrument this thing is. Kind of an endless source of inspiration. Composition, engineering, and mixing by yours truly @mikeavenaim. Thank you @gsf_agency for turning me onto this."

Monday, November 22, 2021

Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro Excerpt by Gary Chang


video upload by GSF AGENCY

"Directed by Chris Morgan ... http://www.darkenergymedia.com
Produced by Geoff Farr / GSF Agency ... http://www.gsfagency.com

While the New TVS Pro is a 'reissue' of the TVS with the classic SEM sound of the '70s, a few details have transformed this instrument. Once destined to sit atop a Hammond B-3 or in a multi-keyboard setup, the new TVS is at home in any modular system, providing handy pitch and timing reference, and shining as an excellent compact master keyboard for playing polyphonic synths without having to fire up the DAW.

In this video, the Tom Oberheim TVS Pro plays sequence #1, while supplying clock to the modular systems' sequencers. External sounds include a Karp hi hat; Wiard kick, Mayhem and Pedal tone; a Tonestar grand casa; MiniMod Bass; Elements chunk; Serge funk; Serge and Nebulae suspense and 2 Roland MKS 80 Super Jupiters pads, played from TVS Pro Keyboard with Local OFF.

The music in the video is performed live, without overdubbing or editing. Special thanks to Anthony Baldino for sprucing up the mix before the shoot.

-Gary Chang"

IMPLEXUS/GSF Agency/#11


video upload by GSF AGENCY

"Distant fuzzy heartbeats morph to a fully fledged emergent liftoff with Majella Audio's IMPLEXUS. No outboard effects between IMPLEXUS and your ears."

Sunday, November 21, 2021

IMPLEXUS/GSF Agency/#3


video upload by GSF AGENCY

"Cracklin' percussive slaps and grit from Majella Audio's IMPLEXUS. No outboard effects between IMPLEXUS and your ears."

Saturday, November 20, 2021

IMPLEXUS/GSF Agency/#9


video upload by GSF AGENCY

Additional demos here

Friday, November 19, 2021

Majella Audio IMPLEXUS Demos


videos upload by GSF AGENCY

"A complete super hero music cue from one beautiful box: Majella Audio's IMPLEXUS. No outboard effects in the mix"

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Nicholas Semrad w/ the Tom Oberheim TVS Pro


This one is in via Geoff Farr of the GSF Agency.

Wednesday, May 05, 2021

Tom Oberheim TVS Pro Demos


Two Voice Pro demos by GSF Agency

UDO Audio Super 6 Demos


UDO Audio Super 6 - Sinister Six video by GSF AGENCY

"This piece of music, including percussion and sound effects, is done entirely with UDO Audio's Super 6 binaural analog-hybrid synthesizer. I spent about a month and a half developing sounds for the Super 6, after which I massively multitracked the synthesizer into Mark Of The Unicorn's Digital Performer over several weeks time. At first, I tried out a pseudo orchestral intro to see how well my sounds worked together, and then took a joyride through various moods and musical styles. This Sinister Six piece is an imaginary cinematic journey, heavily influenced by the pioneers of synthesis with a few nods to world music; it showcases the broad stereo binaural effects and the range of the instrument's capabilities.

Sinister Six Copyright 2021 Drew Neumann, Droomusic (ASCAP) http://www.droomusic.com​
Video by Chris Morgan at Dark Energy Media https://www.darkenergymedia.com"

And a playlist with additional demos:

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

New UDO Super 6 - 12 Voice Polyphonic Binaural Analog-Hybrid Synth with Super-Wave Technology


"New Super 6 Synth from http://www.udo-audio.com instagram.com/udo_audio

Available in the USA through GSF Agency.

UDO is a new musical instrument company. We are a collaboration of engineers, designers and musicians dedicated to making powerful and intuitive instruments.

We are excited to announce the Super 6, a 12-voice polyphonic Binaural Analog-Hybrid Synthesizer with super-wave technology, created by our founder and designer George Hearn.

UDO will be at Superbooth 2019, find us at stand W377."

More details to come...

Friday, February 01, 2019

Macbeth M3X 2003 Black SN 1064 w/ Original Box

Note: Auction links are affiliate links for which the site may be compensated.

via this auction

"A Macbeth Studio Systems M3x and its box. I bought this new in October 2003 via GSF Agency and, in one of the more regrettable aspects of my life, I stopped using it and all my other gear (besides my guitar) when I moved in December 2004. It's been sitting in its box ever since, until I pulled it out today.

I've played around with all of the knobs and switches on front except for the external input and aux controller route. Everything I've tried has worked fine. I've not tested the back panel ports besides using the hi out and the MIDI IN, and the only menu functionality I've used was the hold."

Monday, October 10, 2016

Tom Oberheim Two Voice Pro: Excerpt from Yesterday Afternoon


Published on Oct 10, 2016 darkenergymedia

"While the New TVS Pro is a 'reissue' of the TVS of the classic SEM sound of the 70's, there are a few details that have transformed this instrument - once destined to sit atop a Hammond B-3 or in a multi-keyboard rack, the new TVS feels really at home playing with my modular systems, providing handy pitch and timing reference, and it makes a nice compact master keyboard for playing polyphonic synths without having to fire up the DAW.

ABOUT THE VIDEO:

The Tom Oberheim TVS Pro plays sequence #1, while supplying clock to the modular systems' sequencers.

- a Karp hi hat
- a Wiard kick
- a Tonestar grand casa
- MiniMod Bass
- Elements chunk
- Serge funk
- 2 Roland MKS 80 Super Jupiters pad, played from TVS Pro Keyboard Local OFF.

- a Wiard Pedal tone
- Wiard mayhem

- Serge and Nebulae suspense

The music in the video is performed live, without overdubbing or editing - special thanks to Anthony Baldino for sprucing up the mix before the shoot.


Thanks, Tom!

- Gary Chang

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uploaded in 4K

directed by Chris Morgan
http://www.darkenergymedia.com

produced by Geoff Farr / GSF Agency
http://www.gsfagency.com

Tom Oberheim:
http://www.tomoberheim.com"

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

KNIFONIUM SteampunkSpaceSpies - 25 Tube Monophonic Synthesizer


Published on Apr 5, 2016 darkenergymedia

"25 tube monophonic synthesizer.

This piece of music is done entirely (including percussion and sound effects) with the Knifonium Tube synthesizer, made by Jonte Knif. For purchase information contact Geoff Farr at GSF Agency (http://www.gsfagency.com).

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This was recorded and edited using MOTU's Digital Performer. I started working on this back in November, capturing some wild performances, effects, and percussion sounds.
Native Instruments Kontakt was used for building up and temping the tracks, then many were augmented or replaced by doing repeated multitrack passes directly from the Knifonium.
A pair of Lexicon MPX500s were used for pingpong delays during tracking on a few parts, but all other FX were within Digital Performer.
Final mix was captured to an Apogee Ensemble.

I felt that there were plenty of demos of the instrument in its raw state (not multi tracked) so I had to see how far I could take this. The tune had been hanging in my brain for about 3 weeks, and the Knifonium seemed like a very Steampunk Sci-Fi instrument, so this is what I had to do...
Enjoy!

Drew Neumann

Knifonium SteampunkSpaceSpies Copyright 2016 Drew Neumann, Droomusic (ASCAP) www.droomusic.com

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directed by chris morgan | darkenergymedia
http://www.darkenergymedia.com

produced by GSF Agency
http://www.gsfagency.com"

See the Knifonium channel below for more.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

New Details on the Knifonium 25 Tube Monophonic Synthesizer


See the Knifonium channel for previous posts including video.

"Knifonium is a 25 tube monophonic synthesizer with a 4th order ladder filter and a ring modulator.
Basic Specs:
Oscillator 1 (5 tubes)
-Sawtooth, Triangle, Pulse, Sine
-Sync
-FM
-Octaves 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2 -Coarse tune in semitone steps-Fine tune in +/- 100 cents.

Oscillator 2 (3 tubes)
-Sawtooth, Triangle, Sine
-is master for sync and modulator for FM
-Octaves 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2 -Coarse tune in semitone steps-Fine tune in +/- 100 cents.

Noise (2 tubes):
-Noise generator is a special tube that is subjected to strong magnetic field. -White, Pink and Red.

Ring modulator (3 tubes)
-Input is sine waves from both oscillators or anything from external inputs, feedback et cetera, drive volume can be adjusted
-Very wide nonlinear range available.

Mixer (2 tubes)
-A tube op amp, virtual earth mixer with one external input.
-3 of the input levels can be modulated.

Filter (7 tubes)
-4th order ladder filter.
-Can go from clean to messy to violent depending on levels and resonance.

VCA (2 tubes)
-Transformer coupled variable mu pentode design.
-More than 40dB of linear range. Capable of total shut down. A switch to increase internal level by 10 dB for nice distortion.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

The State Of 21st-Century Synthesis Panel Discussion at NAMM


Published on Jan 28, 2014 Synthtopia·4 videos

"This video captures a panel discussion on The State Of 21st-Century Synthesis, held at the 2014 NAMM Show.

The panel features:

Panelists:

Gerry Bassermann

A former product specialist, voice programmer, and instrument demonstrator for E-mu Systems, Gerry Bassermann has also been an editorial contributor to Keyboard magazine, a product demonstrator for Opcode Systems and Be Incorporated, and a creative consultant to Antares Audio Technologies, Zoom Corporation, and many others. He is currently the director of North American Markets for Propellerhead Software (www.propellerheads.se). Gerry also taught electronic music composition at the University of California at Santa Cruz for twelve years.

Edmund Eagan

Audio producer, music composer, and sound designer for film and video with over 28 years of professional experience, Edmund Eagan (www.twelfthroot.com) is an award winner for scoring the animated production "The Woman Who Raised a Bear as Her Son" and as a producer for CBC's "The Health Show." Edmund has worked on countless television and radio commercials, animation series, television programs, and live multimedia events. He's been working with Dr. Lippold Haken for the past ten years in the design, development, and evolution of the Haken Audio Continuum Fingerboard (www.hakenaudio.com) and the EaganMatrix synthesizer, both of which he astoundingly demonstrates in performances at www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nq3Q4tHvHY&feat­ure=player_embedded.

Drew Neumann

Composer/synthesist Drew Neumann (www.drewneumann.com) created the captivating music, sound effects, and voices for Peter Chung's Aeon Flux, launched on MTV's critically acclaimed Liquid Television animation series in 1991. Drew also composed music for all 84 episodes of Nickelodeon's The Wild Thornberrys and the Paramount Pictures feature The Wild Thornberrys Movie, 52 episodes of Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, along with episodes of The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Evil Con Carne on the Cartoon Network. In addition, he created sound effects for Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Rollercoaster Rabbit, and Off His Rockers, and composed music for Disney Television Animation, E! Entertainment Television's Talk Soup, and major advertising agencies worldwide. He has consulted and designed sounds for synthesizer manufacturers/distributors Tom Oberheim of Marion Systems, Studio Electronics, Dave Smith Instruments, Moog Music, GSF Agency, and many more. Drew is currently working on shorts for Renegade Animation and for Frederator's Cartoon Hangover series Bravest Warriors.

Eric Persing

Eric Persing was the chief sound designer for Roland from 1984 to 2005, programming sounds for popular hardware synthesizers including the innovative D-50. An accomplished studio musician and composer, Eric is the founder and creative director of Spectrasonics (www.spectrasonics.net), a leading softsynth company that produces Trilian, Stylus RMX, and the flagship synth Omnisphere.

Dave Smith

Synthesizer pioneer Dave Smith founded Sequential Circuits during the mid '70s and in 1977 designed the world's first fully programmable polyphonic synthesizer, the Prophet-5. He was the spearhead behind the development of MIDI in 1983, for which he received a Technical Grammy Award in 2013. Dave served as a consultant for Yamaha and Korg and was the president of Seer Systems, developer of the first professional software synthesizer, Reality. In 2002 he founded Dave Smith Instruments (www.davesmithinstruments.com), manufacturer of analog and hybrid synthesizers built in San Francisco.

Moderator: Mark Vail

Music journalist, historian, teacher, and performer Mark Vail discovered synthesizers in 1973 and bought his first in 1976. After earning an MFA in electronic music at Mills College in 1983, he served on the editorial staff at Keyboard magazine from 1988 to 2001 and has taught Propellerhead Reason classes since 2003. Mark is the author of Vintage Synthesizers, The Hammond Organ: Beauty in the B, and his latest book The Synthesizer: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding, Programming, Playing, and Recording the Ultimate Electronic Music Instrument (Oxford University Press USA, 2014, http://global.oup.com/academic/produc...)."

Monday, November 22, 2010

Tom Oberheim Press Release - Pricing & SEM-PROs Signed by Tom Oberheim

"Legendary Synthesizer Expander Module Returns to Production at the Hands of its Inventor

Moraga, California (Nov. 22, 2010) – More than thirty five years after it first appeared on the musical landscape, the unique voice of the Tom Oberheim Synthesizer Expander Module (SEM) will sing again. Tom Oberheim, regarded as one of the world’s most influential electronic musical instrument designers, is reintroducing the SEM in three configurations, each of which is true to the analog design characteristics that were at the heart of the original device.

Musicians familiar with the layout of the original SEM will feel right at home operating the new units; with only minor hardware alterations, due to non-availability of certain components, the instruments are virtually the same as the first units that shipped out the factory door. The three SEMs include a model with a thirty-three point “CV-Gate” patch panel, one with MIDI-to-CV conversion circuitry, and the newest addition to the line, an SEM-PRO model incorporating twenty-one patch points along the top rail in addition to MIDI-to-CV capabilities.

Tom Oberheim points to a decline in the uniqueness in the sonic characteristics of commercially available synthesizers over the years as one of the reasons he decided to undertake the resurrection of the SEM. 'What happened in the eighties and nineties is that synthesizers became so perfected that they just lost their ‘edge,' Tom says. 'The old stuff has some real individualistic qualities.'

Tom will build these units by hand at his shop in California. He plans to personally sign each of the SEM - PRO units.

Prices are $899 for the SEM Patch Panel and MIDI-to-CV models and $1,199 for the SEM-PRO. Tom has teamed up with GSF Agency (www.gsfagency.com) to handle sales in the United States. For more information on the SEM line go to www.tomoberheim.com; the units may be purchased by contacting Geoff Farr of GSF Agency at 310-995-0100, or by email at geoff@gsfagency.com."

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Tom Oberheim SEM Pro!

"Geoff Farr of GSF Agency has taken over exclusive distribution of Tom Oberheim's new SEM product line. There is a new one, the SEM Pro, shown here playing beautifully with a Moog CP-251. The Pro combines the best features of both the MIDI and patchable versions, and includes Tom's personal signature on the front.
I had a lot of fun messing around with this prototype during testing, and I can honestly say that this pair is a killer combo!
Links:
http://www.gsfagency.com/sem.html
http://www.gsfagency.com/index.html"

via Drew

Update: Note the Waldorf Wave spotted in the background by Computer Controlled in the comments. Geoff Farr was the US distributor for Waldorf back during the first iteration of the company.
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