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Thursday, February 29, 2024

Introducing Sinc Legio multimode stereo oscillator from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Now available for the Legio platform, Sinc Legio:

Sinc Legio is a new oscillator based on our beloved Sinc Iter module. Sinc Legio has a host of great features, including independent phase-modulation inputs for left and right channels, multiple algorithms for sonic joy, and a vintage-inspired chorus.

Use Sinc Legio for bright sounds, FM plucks, and waveshaped and folded sounds. It's easy to use on its own or to integrate into a complex patch.

Like with our other platforms, if you own any Legio module, you can swap to any other Legio firmware for free by going to the Noise Engineering Customer Portal and connecting with the included USB cable."

Additional details follows:

"The new Sinc Legio compact stereo oscillator from @noiseeng adds some zest with multiple modes and a vintage-inspired chorus. And with free firmware swapping, this module can be used to create percussion, dynamics processing, filtering, and more.

The new Sinc Legio from @noiseeng is a powerful multimode stereo oscillator with wave morphing, folding, and phase modulation. Plus, its firmware can be swapped to other Legio modules for free.

Los Angeles, CA — Modular synthesizer company Noise Engineering, known for their unique Eurorack and software instruments, has announced an addition to their Legio module platform: Sinc Legio.

In 2022, Noise Engineering released the highly anticipated Virt Iter Legio, the inaugural module on the 6HP Legio platform, a compact counterpart to the Versio effects platform. Sinc Legio brings another free-running oscillator to the platform with three new oscillator algorithms.

According to Noise Engineering, Sinc Legio pays homage to one of the company’s earliest modules, Sinc Iter, and was designed around wavemorphing and stereo phase modulation. One of Sinc Legio’s most interesting features are its stereo phase modulation inputs, opening up unique possibilities for stereo patching. It also includes algorithms based around two flavors of PM and wavefolding for complex sound creation, no extra modules required, for simpler patches. Sinc Legio also features a vintage-inspired chorus and a hardsync input for broad stereo sound design and classic synth patches.

Because Legio is an oscillator and effects platform, owners of existing Legio modules can immediately try out the new Sinc Legio firmware. Firmware is 100% free and swappable at any time from the Noise Engineering Customer Portal. Sinc Legio marks the fifth firmware on the platform, and Noise Engineering hints that more are on the way. Swappable overlays for Sinc Legio will also be available in the near future.

Sinc Legio also comes as a paneled module in both black and silver, and is available now at and at retailers globally.

Availability and pricing:
Sinc Legio: In stock in black and silver. Shipping from Noise Engineering and retailers starting February 29th, 2024; MSRP US$310

Sinc Legio:
Noise Engineering Customer Portal:"

Monday, February 12, 2024

Conflicted Operator - Elements

video upload by phaXis

"Studio recording session for a break beat trance jam, Elements from my Conflicted Operator alias.

Featured instruments:
- JoMoX AirBass 99
- Korg EX-8000
- Roland MKS-50 (controlled by Kenton Control Freak)
- Dave Smith Evolver
- Future Retro FR-777
- Access Virus C
- Noise Engineering BIA
- Doepfer A-110-6, A-101-2, A-106-5
- 4ms DLD
- Hexinverter Mutant Snare
- Timo Rozendal FMP
- MtlAsm Count 2 Five
- GFI System Skylar
- The RAT"

Wednesday, February 07, 2024

Teenage Engineering OP-1 Field Ambient Sampler Instrument Music

video upload by Mega Modularis

"Hello there!

And welcome to a nice little ambient patch for you to relax to. Using the Teenage Engineering OP-1 Field, and some instruments I made using the built in stereo sampler, I made this ambient music piece. I also used the excellent Teenage Engineering TP-7 to record the audio, before recording its’ playback into Logic, to help achieve a more tape-like final piece. I had a lot of fun making this piece, and experimenting along the way so i hope you enjoy!

I have a couple of videos in the works, such as a walkthrough video of making a piece similar to this one, using the OP-1 Field and its’ Sampler, to make some ambient music, and I’m also working on a video focused on the Make Noise Morphagene, one of my all time favourite Eurorack modules, but please let me know if there’s anything else you’d like me to explore and I’ll be happy to have a go if I can find the time!

See you next time,



video upload by SOVAGE ENGINEERING

"Using 3 BINOMES you can make a really cool 4 tracks drum machine ! Its raw its sovage ! No treatment, direct stereo out !
More to come What is your favorite jam out of the 9?

TRACK 1: LE BINOME #1 - Standalone
Utilizing white noise from BOUCAN into its Channel 2 for kick attack.
MIX output feeding into LE BRASIER, with EG 1 modulating its distortion CV input for distorted attack, then into BAGARRE Channel 1.
TRACK 2: LE BINOME #2 - Standalone
MIX output feeding into FAILLE TEMPORELLE and TEINTE for EQ, then into BAGARRE Channel 2.
TRACK 3: LE BINOME #3 - Channel 1
With COLORED noise from BOUCAN
into Left input of BAGARRE Channel 3
TRACK 4: LE BINOME #3 - Channel 2
With ROCKET noise from BOUCAN
into Right input of BAGARRE Channel 3
LE BINOME #3 has some PINK noise
from BOUCAN in its main input
PARESSEUX serves as the primary modulation source.

03:33 3 - TECHNO HEAVY
06:28 6 - BEAT LAZY
08:04 8 - TEXTURZ
09:13 MAWR DIRTY TECHNO (-.-)"

Tuesday, February 06, 2024

Interstate 710 (Long Beach to Pasadena) - original synth soundtrack

video upload by CatSynth TV

"We take a trip along Interstate 710, also known as the "Long Beach Freeway", one of the major freeways in the Los Angeles Metropolitan area. We start on California Highway 91 in the town of Bellflower and then switch on to I-710 northbound at the northern edge of Long Beach. The freeway winds its way through several towns and neighborhoods along the Los Angeles River before turning northward towards Pasadena. Along the way, we cross several other major freeways, Interstate 105, Interstate 5, California 60, and Interstate 10.

I-710 currently ends somewhat abruptly at an intersection with Valley Boulevard in the town of Alhambra. Originally intended to continue northward to Pasadena, the extension has been blocked by community opposition, and it this point will likely never be completed.

Original music by Amanda Chaudhary features the following instruments:
EastWest Fantasy Percussion, Fantasy Brass, and Stormdrum 3
Arturia CZ V, Pigments, Vocoder V, and FX Collection
Cherry Audio Elka X, Mercury X, Pro Soloist and Stardust 201
Buchla Red Panel 158 and 156m
Styrmon StarLab reverb module
Dreadbox Euphoria Phaser module
Noise Engineering Sinc Bucina
Arturia MiniBrute 2"

Sunday, January 28, 2024

BAF 2024: Noise Engineering - Alia Series Modules

video upload by sonicstate

"We Met Marcus from Noise Engineering at Buchla And Friends 2024 and he gave us an overview of their new products, including the Alia series of oscillators. The Alia series features their four classic oscillators - Basimilus Iteritas, Manis Iteritas, Cursus Iteritas, and Ataraxic Iteritas - all redesigned with the ability to swap firmwares. This allows users to try any of the six available firmwares and easily switch between them on their website. Marcus also demonstrated the Debel Iteritas and Incus Iteritas modules, offering FM and percussive-oriented sounds respectively.

In addition to the Alia series, Noise Engineering also presented two prototype modules. The first is Pax Digitalis, a quantized random source with four channels, allowing users to create randomized sequences with adjustable deviation and direction, as well as the ability to loop and change scale. The second prototype is Sinc Seq, an arpeggiator that provides the flexibility to build custom arpeggios, save them, and cycle through them with triggers. Release dates and prices for these prototypes are yet to be announced

Alia Modules Price: 389 USD"

Thursday, January 25, 2024

Ataraxic Iteritas Alia bit table oscillator from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Ataraxic Iteritas is an oscillator inspired by retro game sounds and glitchy textures. It’s a wonderful choice for alien sound design and impactful sounds that take up the whole sonic spectrum. It has a huge low end, responds wonderfully to modulation, and it’s great for basslines and chiptune-inspired leads. Its design was inspired by the first-ever Noise Engineering module, Ataraxic Translatron.

Ataraxic is available now:

0:00 Overview
1:08 Panel and Controls
4:40 Patch: Alien Fear
5:07 Patch: On the Fritz
5:30 Patch: Lost in Transmission
6:03 Patch: Brutal Glitch
6:32 Patch: Frenzy
6:53 Alia platform"

Monday, January 22, 2024

Cursus Iteritas Alia wavetable oscillator from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Cursus Iteritas Alia is our take on a spectral/wavetable oscillator. Cursus Iteritas has long been regarded as the gentlest, most melodic Iteritas oscillator, but its Fold and Edge parameters can bring it the territory of aggressive and in-your-face sounds, too.

Cursus is available now:

0:00 Overview
1:09 Panel and Controls
4:03 Patch: Metallic Lullaby
4:31 Patch: Sweet & Sour
4:56 Patch: 'Til Death
5:23 Patch: Foiled Again
5:48 Patch: Resonant March
6:16 Alia platform

Cursus Iteritas is a freerunning oscillator. Pair it with a VCA and a slow envelope for the perfect lead line, and try patching its pitch and modulation inputs with something like a ribbon controller or gesture module for expressive control.

The Daub/Four/Walsh switch selects the synthesis algorithm used to generate sounds. Center, Structure, Width, and Tilt control the harmonic structure of the oscillator, with a variety of interdependencies between controls. Edge and Fold add distortion and grit to the sound if things are a bit too gentle. We recommend starting out with Edge and Fold at minimum and the rest of the controls centered, then experimenting with the various controls.

Alia is a 10HP oscillator platform much like the Versio and Legio platforms. With Alia, we are pleased to bring back Cursus and Ataraxic Iteritas, as well as Manis and Basimilus. We've also released new voices on Alia: Debel and Incus.

Alia's interface is similar to the Iteritas modules but now includes an encoder for easier tuning, a dedicated Sub Out jack, a Hold button for freezing CV modulation, and a self-calibrating pitch input that expects -2V to +5V. Cursus has been designed to sound as close to the old versions as possible.

Like with our other platforms, if you own any Alia module, you can swap to any other Alia firmware for free by going to the Noise Engineering Customer Portal and connecting with the included USB cable."

Thursday, January 18, 2024

Introducing Incus Iteritas Alia and the return of Cursus and Ataraxic to the Alia platform

video upload by Noise Engineering


Incus Iteritas Alia FM-based wave-mangling additive voice from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Incus Iteritas Alia is available now:

Incus Iteritas Alia smashes big and bold sounds into your patches. Incus started as a percussion voice, and was smelted into something even wilder: create kicks for any genre, snares, and metallic hits, or go melodic and create FM plucks, analog-style basslines, and so much more. Incus uses a combination of waveshaping, saturation, wavefolding, FM, and additive synthesis, plus a slew of internal modulation, all behind easy-to-use parameters perfect for jamming.

0:00 Overview 1:00 Panel and Controls 4:41 Patch: Rolling in the Low 5:12 Driving Kicks 5:40 FM Plucks 6:06 Incus and Basimilus 6:34 Effects Palette 7:04 Alia platform Incus uses FM, additive synthesis, and a variety of distortion and waveshaping techniques to create its sounds. Both FM and additive synthesis can be quite complex, but Incus uses a simple set of controls to keep things straightforward."

Press release follows:

"Los Angeles, CA — Modular synthesizer company Noise Engineering, known for their innovative Eurorack modules, has announced three additions to their Alia oscillator platform: Ataraxic Iteritas Alia, Cursus Iteritas Alia, and Incus Iteritas Alia.

In 2023, Noise Engineering released the 10HP Alia platform, marking the return of their Iteritas oscillators. Alia launched with the famed Basimilus Iteritas firmware, along with Manis Iteritas and the new Debel Iteritas, but the team promised firmwares in the near future.

Now, Noise Engineering has delivered, doubling the number of firmwares available for Alia. Cursus Iteritas Alia and Ataraxic Iteritas Alia are revamped versions of the originals, promising to sound nearly identical to the originals with improved encoder tuning, a suboscillator output, and a performable Hold button. Incus Iteritas Alia is an all-new voice based around wavemorphing additive FM, designed for percussive and melodic sound design.

Since Alia is an oscillator platform, owners of existing Alias can try out all three of the new firmwares on their modules. Firmware is 100% free and swappable at any time from the Noise Engineering Customer Portal. With six firmwares now available for the platform, the Alia is an excellent choice for those who want an incredibly diverse yet compact sound source in their system. Swappable overlays for all firmwares are also available from the Noise Engineering webshop and retailers around the world.

The new Incus Iteritas Alia is an exciting addition to the lineup, utilizing Noise Engineering’s favorite synthesis tricks and techniques to create a new voice boasting a massive range of timbres. Sounds are created with a combination of additive, wavemorphing, and FM synthesis, with three different algorithms all controlled by an internal dynamics envelope. Users familiar with the Basimilus will find that Incus has a similar workflow, and while it can synthesize the best parts of a drum kit, it’s also well-suited to bass and melodic duties.

As usual for their platforms, all of the new firmwares are available as paneled modules, so customers can choose the panel they prefer. Ataraxic Iteritas Alia, Cursus Iteritas Alia, and Incus Iteritas Alia are available now at and at retailers globally.

Availability and pricing:
Ataraxic Iteritas Alia, Cursus Iteritas Alia, and Incus Iteritas Alia: In stock in black and silver.
Shipping from Noise Engineering and retailers starting January 18th, 2024; MSRP US$385" [check with the dealers on the right for availability]

Details on Incus Iteritas Alia

Priced at $385

Wavemangling FM percussion and instrument voice.

Incus Iteritas Alia smashes big and bold sounds into your patches. Incus started as a percussion voice, and was smelted into something even wilder: create kicks for any genre, snares, and metallic hits, or go melodic and create FM plucks, analog-style basslines, and so much more. Incus uses a combination of waveshaping, saturation, wavefolding, FM, and additive synthesis, plus a slew of internal modulation, all behind easy-to-use parameters perfect for jamming.

Incus Iteritas Alia is available on our 10HP Alia oscillator platform. Buy an Alia module and use the included USB cable to connect to the Noise Engineering Customer Portal and check out any other Alia firmware, free of charge, any time. More info can be found on the World of Alia page here. Hotswappable overlays are also available, so you can easily panel your module to match your firmware, no assembly required.

Paia Custom Analog Synthesizer 1972

via this auction

"Here we have a one of a kind custom PAiA built into an old suitcase built By Steve Alcorn the vice president of engineering at Linn, the synth is an expanded 2700. It inludes original 1/4" patch cables, suitcase has a key and there is another key to power the synth on. Comes with every pamphlet for each module used. Steve also signed the outside of the suitcase.

Steve pre-wired it up like an Arp Odyssey It is still completely custom-patchable as well. Modules include:

Voltage-Controlled Oscillator (3)

Voltage-Controlled Amplifier (2)

Voltage-Controlled Bandpass Filter

Voltage Controlled Low Pass Filter

Envelope Generator

Control Oscillator / Noise Choice

Power Supply

Glide Retro Fit

Envelope Follower / Trigger

Sine Converter / Pulse Width Modulator

Balanced Modulator

Envelope Generator

In addition, all the original manuals are included for the above modules, plus a few other of PAIA's products.

The unit is designed to be easily ported to gigs, where in a few seconds the keyboard can be lifted out of the case cover and the case cover detached, giving you a Moog-like setup. It was a fun performance instrument. I remember generating the crashing waves for Riders on the Storm during a gig in 1973!

This unit has not been powered since the late 70s. Prudence would suggest a thorough inspection of all the electrolytic capacitors, for starters. But this would be a dream project for an electronics tinkerer, and gives you a very large collection of very rare PAIA circuits as your starting place."

Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Ambient jam with the Sequential Prophet Rev2, Eurorack, Sloër, and Soma Cosmos

video upload by Jay Hosking

"Please support my work on Patreon:
A live, semi-improvised synthesizer jam performed entirely on hardware.

I went to the store to try out the Sequential Prophet Rev2 for fun, but they didn't have it set up on the floor.

"You should just take it home," the rep said. "Bring it back within 30 days if you don't want it."

So here we are, with the Prophet Rev2 at home. I love having so many voices that so easily can be panned into a binaural sound. The keybed and layout are fantastic and I just like playing it. The sound is great except when it isn't; something about the full-open filter or resonance is displeasing in a mix, though I often don't mind it on its own. Here, I made a binaural patch, with the same synth sound hard panned to left and right sides, but slight variation in the DCOs and "slop" (terrible word) leading to a very rich stereo feeling. One of those rare beautiful things you can do with only some polysynths (and software, of course).

In short, the Prophet Rev2 is a wonderful synth to explore with something of a frumpy sound, for better and for worse.

I was noodling on some chords and wanted accompaniment, so I started with the Cosmos (for some asymmetrical looping), and then took out my melodic eurorack skiff. It's been a while since I had it on the table, so it was nice just to hear these sounds again. Eurorack just leads me to places and sounds I might not otherwise find.

Ultimately, this jam came together in a day, and I'm always a little worried about those ones, because you might not like them as much the next day. So far, though, I'm pretty happy with it.

Thanks for listening.

Sequential Prophet Rev2 - pads
Walrus Sloër - reverb for Rev2
Soma Cosmos - looping for Rev2
Qu-Bit Chord V2 through Endorphines Squawk Dirty to Me - organ sort of sound
Frequency Central Product - droning analog voice
4ms Ensemble Oscillator through Make Noise QPAS - hyperspace organ
Effects are described in the video, and include Happy Nerding FX Aid XL, Noise Engineering Melotus Versio and Desmodus Versio, Intellijel Multi-FX 1U
ALM Busy Circuits Pamela's New Workout - modulation for all the voices

Performed and recorded live, with EQ, compression, and limiting on the master."

Sunday, January 14, 2024

Sequencer Jam No. 1 2024

video upload by ranzee

"#jamuary2024 Sequencer Jam

Sequencer Jam: Gear list ... Behringer System 100m modules: 110 (x2), 182 Sequencer, Behringer 2500 modules: 1004 Oscillator (x2), 1006 FiltAmp, 1033 Dual EG, Feedback Modules: Mix BX, Mix CR, 106 Chorus, Intellijel: Metropolis, Planar2, Sealegs, ALM Pamela’s New Workout, Melekko Varigate 8+, Voltage Block, Noise Engineering Basimilus Iteritas, Strymon Magneto, Happy Nerding FX Aid, Erica Synths Black BBD, Roland System 500 modules: 521 Dual VCF, 530 Dual VCA, 540 Dual EG, Expert Sleepers ES-8, FH-2, 2HP Tune, Klavis Quadigy, Mordax Data, Roland SE-02, MX-1, TR-8, Ableton Live Suite 11 - including the following VSTs: Arturia Vocoder V, Cable Guys Shaper Box 2. Recorded audio through RME Digiface, Roland MX-1 and Presonus Studio 192. Oh, and there's also the Waldorf Streichfett going through the Orion from WMD, and the Novation Peak ... phew!"

Friday, January 12, 2024

Bad Gear - The Yellow B*stard

video upload by AudioPilz

"Become a Patron and get access to music clips from the show, additional content, Bad Gear samples and even more AudioPilz madness

Welcome to Bad Gear, the show about the world's most hated audio tools. Today we are going to talk about Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator Modular 400. Can this analog Eurorack compatible modular synthesizer DIY kit be used in actual music production or is it yet another stylish coffee table decoration released by the Swedish design company? Will it survive the IKEA - like assembly process and why do I call it The Yellow B*stard ?

00:00 Intro tune
01:04 TE PO Modular 400 Overview
01:31 First Patch
01:46 Power Supply
01:54 More Patches
02:07 Oscillator Section, Tuning, PWM, FM
02:48 Mixer, Noise
03:00 Filter
03:19 Random, LFO, VCAs, Envelopes
03:43 Sequencer, Limitations, Tricks
04:44 Internal Speaker
05:00 Even More Patches (Generative Patches, Drone, Traditional Synth)
05:19 Build Quality (or lack thereof), Pricing
05:38 Hate
06:01 Jam 1 (Techno)
06:57 Jam 2 (Electro)
07:58 Finale (Disco Banger)
08:28 Verdict"

Sunday, January 07, 2024

JLR's Modular Synthesizers - System Breakdown #8 -

video upload by John L Rice

John L Rice System Breakdown posts

"This is my eighth video breakdown/rundown, this time for my custom folding 5U system. Please subscribe to my channel and click the 'bell' button to be notified when I post new videos! (because as you may know, I post inconsistently and change the schedule at random! 😒😊)

0:00 Beginning
0:20 Introduction
1:14 Contents Rundown
4:26 Module and System Modifications
14:17 Shirt
14:52 Gig Bag and Additional Power Supply Talk
17:12 Final Words
17:42 Demo 1 - Simple Drone
18:49 Demo 2 - Four Voice Polyphonic
20:55 Demo 3 - Two Voice Polyphonic
22:10 Demo 4 - Percussive Rhythms
24:04 Demo 5 - Simple Sequence
28:03 Demo 6 - Another Drone
31:55 Demo 7 - The Final Noodle
35:20 End

List of the modules in this system:
Martin Jan Koehler - Tidal Modulator
Grove Audio - GMS-742 MIDI To CV, GMS-714 Quad VCA
Soundtronics/M2Synth - Sequencer 192
Synthetic Soundlabs - 1600 YuSynth Triple Clock Divider, 1660 The Matrix Algorithmic Composer
Free State FX - Digital Utilities, Dual Trigger Processor x 2
Noise Engineering - Basimilus Iteritas Magnus (or Dove Audio WTF VCO)
Moon Modular - 501D Dual VCO x2, 501M Oscillator Mixer x 2
Happy Nerding - Fun VCF x 2

You can see details of the modules on my ModularGrid page:

As always, thank you for watching, rating, following, subscribing, and commenting! 🥳 If you found the content of this video helpful, interesting, or entertaining, please consider showing your support so I can stay stocked up on coffee and cookies. 😋"

Saturday, January 06, 2024


video upload by Lido Pigeon

Drums: Erica Synths DIY Kick and Hi Hats.2HP Snare
Bass/Lead: Roland 510
Samples: Digitakt
FX: Intellijel Multi-FX
Modulation: Instuo CEIS
Midi - CV: Noise Engineering Univer Inter
Mixing: Intellijel Mixup

Thursday, January 04, 2024


video upload by SONICWARE

Yuzo Koshiro Preset Patterns on LIVEN "MEGA SYNTHESIS"

video upload by SONICWARE


Fully Recreate the Legendary Sound of the World's First 16-bit Video Game Console from the Late '80s

You too must have fallen under the spell of the extraordinary visuals and sounds of the groundbreaking 16-bit video game console that once dominated the world! It was powered by the iconic YM2612 sound chip, a legacy that endures even today.

The MEGA SYNTHESIS has resurrected the sound engine of this chip. We've faithfully recreated the 4-operator & 8-algorithm FM sound module, the 8-bit PCM sound module, and the "SN76489" PSG (Programmable Sound Generator) sound module used by the original console.

Wednesday, January 03, 2024


video upload by Lido Pigeon

Drums: Erica Synths DIY Kick, 2HP Snare
Bass: Roland 510
FX: Intellijel multi-fx, Music Thing Modular Twin Drive
Modulation: DivKid OCHD, Instro Ceis
Mixing, attenuation: Intellijel Quadratt, Mixup
Midi to CV: Noise Engineering Univer Inter
Filter: 2HP MMF
Pads, FX: Elektron Digitone

Saturday, December 30, 2023

5 Jams with Pura Ruina full-wave rectifier/octave fuzz from Noise Engineering

video upload by Noise Engineering

"Check out these 5 Jams using the Pura Ruina three-stage CV-controlled full-wave rectifier/octave fuzz.

0:05 Jam 1
0:42 Jam 2
1:33 Jam 3
2:15 Jam 4
2:50 Jam 5

More info on Pura Ruina:

Jam 1: In this patch, we're sending one CV to the "All CV" input on the Pura Ruina then four unique CVs to each of the full-wave rectification inputs. This gives some distorted rhythmic character to the Cursus Iteritas.

Jam 2: The Loquelic Iteritas is running through the Pura Ruina. The Clep Diaz's BOC and output signals add rhythmic distortion when added to the PR's CV inputs. Winterbloom's Castor & Pollux gives us those drony pulse waves.

Jam 3: We put together this all-NE drum box to hear what the Pura Ruina can do with the BIA. Then, we top it off with some stereo granular processing with the Melotus Versio.

Jam 4: Let's hear how each different full-wave rectifier sounds. Simple waveforms can be manipulated into completely new and exciting tones. We start with the dry signal, then move to single, double, and triple full-wave rectification!

Jam 5: Here we're sending the 4 gates from the Zularic Repetitor into the Pura Ruina's 4 CV inputs to give that BIA some extra distorted punch. Then, we create a tight stereo effect with the Melotus Versio by lowering the grain count and reversing the grain direction."

Best of Logan String Melody II ~ RetroSound Demo

video upload by Noise Engineering

"(c)2007-23 by RetroSound
supported by UVI:

❤️ Support #RetroSound​ channel:

Best of Logan/ Hohner String Melody II
all string sounds: Logan/Hohner String Melody II (1979)
deep bass: Moog Taurus
drums: Boss DR-55, Korg KR-55B, Keio Minipops Junior

0:06 Logan Strings
0:44 Friends
1:28 Red Satin
1:54 Winter Morning
2:13 Mixed Strings
2:38 String Bass with EHX Small Stone Phaser
3:03 Strings with EHX Small Stone Phaser
3:29 Full Strings with EHX Small Stone Phaser
3:54 with external studio fx
4:09 Preset 0
4:29 Preset ACC
4:48 Preset Solo
5:05 Preset ORCH
5:22 Preset ORG
5:41 Preset 0 + 1OCT

Classic Analog Stringmachines from the 70s.

The full playlist:"


video upload by Lido Pigeon


Patch n Tweak
Switched On Make Synthesizer Evolution Vintage Synthesizers Creating Sound Fundlementals of Synthesizer Programming Kraftwerk

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