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Wednesday, May 29, 2024

OXI Instruments OXI ONE Sequencer

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Tuesday, May 14, 2024

OXI ONE Tutorial - How to Activate the Updated LOOPER in FW 4.0

video upload by OXI Instruments

"Welcome to this OXI One Tutorial, where we'll explore the updated looper feature. This tool is not only easy to use but also incredibly practical and creative for music production.

The loop feature is independent for each of the four sequencers and can be used in performative scenes or when you want to zero in on a section when writing music. Great for building up breakdowns and drops; try it in your next jam."

Tuesday, May 07, 2024

OXI CORAL FW 2.0 Tutorial - How to Use the New ACID Engine

video upload by OXI Instruments

"The upgraded ACID engine is included in the CORAL 2.0 release, out now!

This is our take on the 303-style synth: a variable-shape virtual analog oscillator that seamlessly morphs from the classic Saw to Square and Pulse waveforms with dynamic PWM capabilities. There is one post-filter distortion and the edgy filter has been finely tuned for a gritty sound.
You can add accents via MIDI or via the AMP CV input. Morph controls the accent amount.

harm: controls the overdrive distortion
timbre: defines the oscillator waveform
morph: sets the accent amount

How to get glides?
- Use a pair of V/oct CV and Gate and send glides from your sequencer or change the pitch while gate is active. - If using MIDI, create a MONO (1-voice) part and send legato notes (almost overlapping notes should also be enough to trigger a glide).

How to get accents?
- You can feed CV modulation to any of these (for example, the Vel or Mod outputs of a sequencer). With MIDI, you can play with the velocity levels.

This new release adds a delay effect and other improvements 🙌🏻

As always, all sounds are played by Coral! 🧨

Head to our site to get the update:"

Monday, April 29, 2024

First Eurorack Jam with CORAL’s Upgraded Acid Engine

video upload by OXI Instruments

"First Eurorack Jam with the upgraded ACID engine included in the upcoming CORAL 2.0 release. As always, all sounds are played by coral! 🧨

This new release adds a delay effect and many other improvements 🙌🏻🙌🏻

Stay tuned for the final release!"

Sunday, April 21, 2024

2x CORAL & OXI One Techno Dawless Jam

video upload by OXI Instruments

"Clip from our last Friday Dawless Jam featuring two Corals and the OXI One in our new 52 Hp micro case 🤩.

OXI Instrument’s mission is to provide you with the ability to create and perform your music in a new, easy, intuitive, and fulfilling way."

Thursday, March 07, 2024

OXI One New Tutorial FW 4.2: Learn the New SNAPSHOTS Feature

video upload by OXI Instruments

"Since firmware version 4.0, our focus has been on enhancing the OXI One sequencer's performative capabilities and introducing a couple of significant features. This video tutorial will cover the all-new Snapshots feature added in FW 4.2!

Snapshots allow you to temporarily save the state of all four sequencers and revert to that state after making any adjustments in your patterns, such as changes to notes, modulations, or sequencer settings like mute states.

It's perfect to create transitions in your performances.

00:00 Latch Mute button
00:44 Introducing Snapshots
01:33 Transition Example with Snapshot enabled
02:17 Releasing Snapshot

Get the latest firmware here:"

Wednesday, March 06, 2024

Melbourne Instruments #Nina with arthurjoly #Recodrum 🙌🏽. Sequenced with Oxi Instruments #oxione🦾

video upload by zivkode

Tuesday, March 05, 2024

GAME ON‼️ with CORAL and the new 3VCO Engine

video upload by OXI Instruments

"In this patch Batumi is sending CV modulation to one of the Voices running the new 3VCO engine. One modulation to Harm input (frequency of the second oscillator with respect to the main one), the Morph input (frequency of the third oscillator) and Timbre (morphs from Triangle to Square waveforms).

The detuning controls (Harm and Morph) are finely calibrated to easily align with musical intervals

This was a happy accident since the modulation was meant for a different sound engine. It turned out pretty good.

The other voices are playing the bassline, kick, snare and hihats.

The upcoming Coral firmware includes a Delay FX, OXI One is modulating the send amount of the snare to the delay.

Head to the Update page to get the latest firmware for free!"

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

OXI One Tutorial - 4.0 UI Improvements and Pattern Launch Quantization

video upload by OXI Instruments

"This video will discuss a few improvements to the latest firmware 4.0.
One of the notable changes is the main screen redesign and the pattern launch quantization options."

Monday, February 26, 2024


video upload by OXI Instruments

"Dawless and Wireless. The OXI One is sequencing the @teenageengineering TX-6, which provides all the sound. This quick jam exemplifies how tight MIDI over Bluetooth (BLE) can work between devices!

The OXI One can simultaneously send and receive sequences over MIDI over USB, TRS, CV, and, as shown in this example, MIDI over Bluetooth (BLE.)"

Wednesday, January 10, 2024

Minimal setup with Coral & new 3VCO engine.

video upload by OXI Instruments

"Minimal setup with Coral playing all sounds and One doing all the sequencing.
All synth sounds come from the new 3VCO moog style engine! 🙌🏻"

Saturday, January 06, 2024

Coral got a new Engine! VCO Moog style Virtual Analog

video upload by OXI Instruments

"We kick off 2024 with a new sound engine available for Coral ! 🪸🪸

3x variable-saw virtual analog oscillators that seamlessly morphs from Triangle to Square waveforms with dynamic PWM capabilities. 2 of the 3 oscillators can be detuned in relation to the main oscillator.

The detuning controls (Harm and Morph) are finely calibrated to easily align with musical intervals, such as +7 and +12 semitones. This feature facilitates the creation of musically coherent detuning effects, while still providing the flexibility to detune by a few cents."

Thursday, November 30, 2023

OXI One - 4.0 New editing views

video upload by OXI Instruments

"New OXI One 4.0 firmware:
· Edit gate and velocity values in your sequences using the column views and · Take advantage of the Piano Roll for Multitrack Mode

Don't forget to get the latest firmware here:

Video sections:
00:00 Intro
00:19 Velocity edit view
01:02 Gate edit view
01:17 Multitrack Piano roll
01:59 Piano roll up-down shift"

Also see Matriceal Mode - OXI One Tutorial

Sunday, November 19, 2023

Matriceal Mode - OXI One Tutorial

video upload by OXI Instruments

"Matriceal mode is a unique MODE of the OXI One sequencer, designed to strike a balance between generative sequencing and fine hands-on manipulation.

Matriceal was introduced in firmware 3.0 and it has been upgraded in the 4.0 firmware release. Don't forget to get the latest firmware here:

Video sections:
00:00 Intro
00:34 Setup
01:10 Muting
01:18 Layout
01:38 Parameter pages
03:20 Trigger
03:54 Pitch
05:01 Interval
06:41 Pulses
07:17 Velocity
08:07 Octave
08:33 Gate
09:30 Trigger Probability
10:24 Retrigger
11:31 CV Glide
12:03 Track Reset Length

Friday, November 10, 2023

Perfect Circuit Artist Picks: Best Music Gear of 2023 Part 1

video upload by Perfect Circuit

Part 2 here

"2023 is soon drawing to a close—so, we're taking a look back at the year, and taking account of all of the weird and wonderful instruments that gave us some inspiration this year. Synthesizers, drum machines, and Eurorack modules to samplers and effects, this year had no shortage of inspiring instruments.

So, we reached out to some of our friends and content creators to fill us in on their year, asking one simple question: what was the coolest piece of gear you got this year? For some, that meant brand new releases, but for others, it meant sitting down and digging into classic instruments.

In this video, we hear from:
0:00 Mylarmelodies on the Nord Micro Modular
4:14 Sarah Belle Reid on the Fairfield Circuitry Roger That
8:07 Molten Music Tech on the Blukać Endless Processor
14:04 Liam Killen on the OXI One
17:24 Oora on the Meris MercuryX

Read more about all of this gear on our blog, Signal:"

Sunday, November 05, 2023

CORAL MPE - Tutorial and sound Demos

video upload by OXI Instruments

"Coral has been upgraded with MPE support, turning it into a full polyphonic 8-voice MPE synthesizer!

You can harness the expressiveness of any MPE controller, and combine it with CV modulation!

MPE allows you to control pitch bend, poly aftertouch and slide on a per-note basis.

We have mapped aftertouch/pressure to modulate the filter cutoff and volume for immediate playability."

00:00 Intro
01:07 Setup
01:26 Configuration
01:38 Sound Examples
03:58 CV Modulation

Wednesday, November 01, 2023

OXI Instruments Coral Sound Demo (no talking)

video upload by Bonedo Synthesizers

Thursday, October 26, 2023

OXI One Tutorial - CV Trigger Envelopes & Modulations

video upload by OXI Instruments

"Unlock the secrets of CV Trigger Envelopes and Modulation Lanes in this tutorial, designed to swiftly broaden your understanding of the OXI One CV Modulation features.

Explore practical applications, creative tips on using the Modulation Lanes for CV modulation, Random Generator, and insights into the Velocity and Gate columns Views, all packed in a concise yet comprehensive guide.

Explore another take on the topics we've covered in our video by checking out this tutorial by @SynthDad :"

Oxi One - the brain for your modular setup. What you need to know to get started

video upload by SynthDad

"The Oxi One is perfect for controlling your modular setup, but configuring it can be overwhelming at first. In this tutorial I show you how to use your Oxi One to control your modular synth; I’ll explain how the CV/gate mapping page works, how to send envelopes, how modulation using LFOs and automation lanes works, and how to set up a polyphonic patch using the Oxi One as the brain. Best of all we'll get to draw waveforms by hand on the grid to modulate our patches - cool!

This video builds on my previous one. (below) and if you've watched that you'll feel right at home here. Even if you're not an Oxi wizard just yet you'll find this video easy to understand as I've broken it down into themes:

1. Understanding the CV/gate mapping page
2. Creating a one-voice monophonic patch
3. Sending envelopes from Oxi One
4. Adding complex modulation to patches
5. Drum sequencing in modular
6. Polyphonic modules"

Oxi One - 5 Quick Tips to start making music fast

video upload by SynthDad

"The Oxi One is a powerful MIDI sequencer but when you first sit down it can be tough to understand how it works. This is the first in a series of videos where I explain how to use the Oxi One, get to grips with its features, and how use it to make music fast.

In this first episode I will give you 5 quick tips to get started making music with the Oxi One and your synths. This isn’t meant to be an exhaustive deep-dive into every feature, or a review of the device. Instead these are the top five things I think you need to know to get going quickly."

Sunday, October 01, 2023

Machina Bristronica 2023

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Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Is the OXI Instruments Coral the Only Multitimbral Synthesizer Module for Eurorack?

The following is the latest press release from OXI Instruments for their new Coral eurorack module. It claims that Coral is the only "multitimbral synthesizer module marketed for Eurorack", but there are others as you can see in previous posts here, including the Mayer M800 (16 voice in 4 parts), Ryk Vector Wave (16/4 as well), Percussa SSP, and Rossum Assimil8or (8 part though sample based). If you know of others, feel free to leave a comment. Regardless, OXI Instruments Coral is an impressive module. You can find demos of it in previous posts here.

The press release follows:

OXI Instruments introduces Coral as only multitimbral synthesizer module marketed for Eurorack, empowering users to create basslines, drones, drums, pads, and riffs

NIGRÁN, PONTEVEDRA, SPAIN: having hitherto made musical waves with its inaugural OXI One product release as a battery-powered performative sequencer, controller, and composition tool with four fully-independent sequencers (originally raising 1,178% of its fixed funding goal with American crowdfunding website Indiegogo in 2021 and regularly updated with new features since shipping), inspirational and innovative music-making tools-crafter OXI Instruments is proud to announce (limited stock) availability of Coral as the only multitimbral synthesizer module marketed for Eurorack — embracing eight-voice polyphony (freely splittable into different parts and allowing every parameter to be independently set for each voice or part) and several sound engines (each assignable to different voices) all accessible via a colourful, organic interface arranged around an anodised and beautifully silk-printed aluminium panel, premium finished with custom aluminium knobs, empowering users to create basslines, drones, drums, pads, and riffs while effortlessly manipulating voices independently to craft complex patches out of the box — as of August 30…

Ultimately utilising lots of computing power to deliver rich-sounding engines in an eight-voice package that could conceivably be termed the ultimate multitimbral synthesizer — depending on the sound engine involved, one voice can have up to eight oscillators, meaning up to 64 oscillators playing at once making for a massive sound, for example, Coral can be played in a number of ways. While it is fair to say that it breaks free from conventional polyphonic synthesizer behaviour, Coral can conveniently be played polyphonically using only one CV (control Voltage) and gate connection, allocating a new voice every time it registers a new note — be that part of an arpeggio, strummed chord, or pad with long decayed notes — on the oct (V/Oct) input. Independent filter, amplifier, and modulation envelopes are available to each of those voices — in fact, every parameter can be independently set for each voice, including individual effect sends! It is also possible to play all eight voices in unison — all voices playing the same note for drones and thick textures, as well as triggering the internal envelopes with the trig input or directly controlling the amplifier level with the amp CV.

Coral also benefits from full MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) integration, meaning multitimbral operation is a given while also allowing for control over any part’s parameter via MIDI CC (Continuous Controller) commands. Indeed, its eight voices can be freely split into different parts; this time, every parameter can be independently set for each part to craft complex patches out of the box. But there’s more: once those voices have been grouped across different parts, users can distribute the modulation signals across them using the part CV; so, for instance, if there are two parts, the first part will be addressed if the part CV voltage is between 0 and 2.5V while the second will be addressed if the voltage is between 2.5 and 5V.

But better still, several sound engines can be assigned to each of Coral’s voices; included instances available from the outset are Virtual Analog, Waveshaping, FM (Frequency Modulation), custom Wavetable, MDO (Multiple Detuned Oscillator), String, HiHat Synth, Snare Synth, Digital Kick, and Wav Player, now boosted by new Additive with Wavefolder and Diode Distortion additions. As one such sound engine implies by name, Coral supports almost any kind of WAV file — 16-, 24-, and 32-bit mono or stereo — with no limit to playback time! Thinking outside the box comes easily when working with Coral — add overdrive to samples, sculpt them using the filters and envelopes, pitch them up and down in tune, and even modulate the sample file or folder in real time using the CV inputs or MIDI CC commands! It is possible to load any wavetable WAV file to the SD card for Coral’s Wavetable engine; wavetables can even be morphed into three dimensions using OXI Instruments’ OXI Wave app — based on the amazing Wave Edit app created by Andrew Belt — that makes creating and editing them both fun and interesting in equal measures.

Clearly, Coral can go far beyond the realms of a conventional polyphonic synthesizer, then, thanks to the comprehensive voice management and manipulation on offer. On the face of it, those powerful sound engines speak volumes in and of themselves — as does Coral’s full-featured polyphonic sample playback plus built-in space (deep atmosphere) and chorus (rich ensemble) effects potential. It is, indeed, the only eight-voice polyphonic, multi-engine, multi- part synthesizer module marketed for Eurorack, one whose freedom of voice management is even hard to match in desktop gear. Going from rich polyphonic patches to a fully-fledged groove box with basslines, drums, and leads comes quickly to Coral, which, of course, can be fully controlled using MIDI and CV — or both! All available to all in a compact (14HP) form factor for a reasonable price — particularly when pitched against a conventional polyphonic synthesizer.

“The introduction of Mutable Instruments’ Plaits module was a revolution in terms of compact, multi-engine synth voice modules,” maintains OXI Instruments CEO & CTO Manuel Vázquez Rodríguez, good-heartedly giving credit where credit is due before digging deeper to end on a high note: “Thanks to their open source contributions, we have taken some of their algorithms and put them into a tasty, compact package that contains eight ‘instances’ of that module with custom-developed engines alongside new ingredients like independent envelopes and filters per voice, effects, full MIDI implementation, and a colourful, organic interface. On top of that, custom wavetables and a sample playback engine are also available per voice. But we didn’t want to just create another polyphonic synth, so, to allow users to make the most of every voice, we’ve introduced the multi-part concept. Consequently, users can arrange and use the eight voices as they wish — with eight monophonic parts, one polyphonic part of eight voices, or any combination thereof, such as two polyphonic parts of three voices each, plus two monophonic voices in the same module, meaning Coral can be corralled into acting as a versatile and powerful polysynth, drum machine, groovebox, and sound exploration module... all at the same time! We won’t stop there, though, adding more features in future through regular firmware updates — just like we’ve been doing with OXI One!”

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