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Monday, November 20, 2023

Fragile & Soft Textures From The EMS Synthi A

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"Synthesizers don’t always have to sound big and massive. I’m fascinated by the soft and fragile textures and imperfections hidden in those machines 🍃"

Friday, October 06, 2023

PanicGirl Presets For The New WARP Module From Neuzeit Instruments 🪐

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"Thomas from @neuzeitrecordings was kind enough to make some lovely sound demos of the presets that I made for his wonderful new WARP Eurorack module.

The WARP module has a hybrid engine that combines additive and wavetable synthesis, with four voices and two oscillators each. And it has a lot of sound design options to choose from, it's quite a rabbit hole once you start exploring the modulation options.

Let me know what you think of it in the comments below!"

Friday, August 18, 2023

Looming (EMS Synthi A + Spitfire Jupiter Jam)

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"I made this track exclusively with the EMS Synthi A and the new library by @spitfireaudiollp called Jupiter, which was designed by no other than Trevor Horn himself. It is filled with tons of sounds which are highly inspiring.

What is your favourite work by Trevor Horn?
Let me know in the comments below!"

Friday, August 04, 2023

Will We Set the Atmosphere On Fire? (Oppenheimer Inspired Jam)

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"In this jam I used the EMS Synthi A to play a pulsating sequence, which I altered in pitch with the joystick from time to time. The eerie pad sound you're hearing is also coming from the Synthi A, I simply took the stereo phones output and patched it into the Starlab from Strymon for this purpose. Two other sounds are coming from the Harmonic Oscillator from Verbos, which I processed with the Mimeophon for some reversed delay sounds and also with the Milky Way, which gives the melody some shimmery reverb tails later on in the jam. All other sounds are coming from my dear friend Anatol, with whom I also play as Lucid Grain.

Have you seen Oppenheimer yet? What do you think of the film - and the score?

Thanks for watching and see you soon!"

Monday, July 24, 2023

Playing the EMS Oscillators Like A Chord

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"While pinning or patching (I'm still not sure which term to use ^_^ ) I tend to use all three oscillators of the EMS Synthi A in a chord structure. I tune them beforehand and then fade them in and out as it fits to the background pad sound in this case.

The Nagra SN is very noisy as the motor seems to be in bad shape, but I like to use it as a Lofi effect which can be quite charming! In the end I also used the Magneto, which also adds a lot of character.

Does anyone of you own an EMS or has experience with software versions? Let me know if you have any tipps for me, I'd like to learn as much as possible about this lovely machine 🙌 "

Friday, July 07, 2023

Exploration Of The EMS Synthi A

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"In this video I'm taking you along while I explore the EMS Synthi A. What a beautiful synthesizer this is, both visually and sonically 😍 I still have to get used to the matrix patching, but I'm getting there slowly but steady. Expect more explorations coming your way soon!

The beautiful backgrounds sounds are from a jam with my dear from Anatol, with whom I also play as Lucid Grain:

Thanks for watching and see you soon!"

Monday, May 29, 2023

How Will It End? - Working On A New Track With Ableton Live + Modular System

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"I can't stop playing and exploring this new track of mine 🔥🔥

Two sounds are being played via Ableton from the Hauschka Composer Toolkit, while the rest is coming from my Modular Setup.

Especially the Polygogo together with the Magneto sound incredible, so many daring nuances and textures..."

Tuesday, May 09, 2023

Spitfire Hauschka Toolkit & Modular System

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"For this track I combined the Hauschka Toolkit from @spitfireaudiollp with my Modular System, and I like the mood a lot of this one. It was also super easy to sync the Modular to Ableton, as the Hermod gives you multiple options on how to do that."

Saturday, May 06, 2023

Yet Another Wondrous Machine By Ciat-Lonbarde, the Sidrax Organ 🐈

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"What could be better than some soft melodies for harsh times with another wondrous machine by Ciat-Lonbarde? Thanks so much for sending it over Patchpoint 🐈
In the background you are hearing a melody from Slate+Ash Landforms, which I also find highly inspiring these days. I hope you guys are doing well, sending you lots of good vibes 🐞⁠🐞"

Sunday, April 02, 2023

Patching the Stereo Prismatic Oscillator XPO

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"I recently had the chance to try out the new XPO Stereo Prismatic Oscillator by Make Noise and I was playing with the sound in the stereo field a lot. I also used two envelope generators for both outputs that I used from the XPO to bring even more movement into this pretty simple patch. And finally I couldn't resist to bring some nice crunch into it by incorporating the Tyme Sefari 16-bit Looper & Sampler by The Harvestman.

What interesting patches did you come up with the XPO so far?
Let me know in the comments :)

Thanks so much for watching!"

Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Rich Textures through Wave Interferences (Moog Mother-32 Into Starlab)

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"Searching for interesting textures, movements, as well as small irritations in sound is something I spent very much time with.

One thing I love to do is using two (or more) oscillators, and shifting one of them slightly in pitch to get a richer sound through the interferences between the waves.

Here I tried a slightly different approach. I used the Triangle Out of the LFO and patched it into the External Audio Input, hence overriding the normalization of the White Noise to the clockwise position of the Mixer knob in the upper row of the Mother-32. This way you can have two notes playing at the same time, even though the LFO stays at the same pitch.

Additionally I patched the Saw Oscillator Output into the Filter Cutoff, so every time I turn the Cutoff knob to the left you can hear those beautiful interferences coming in and out. And it also sounds different with every note being played.

From my Eurorack case I only used the Starlab module from Strymon for a lush and cinematic reverb.

What are your favourite sounds, that you can't get enough of?

Thanks so much for watching!"

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Introducing Song Mode on Digitakt, Syntakt, Digitone & Digitone Keys

video uploads by Elektron

Update: user videos added below.

"Check your radar, Song Mode has splashed down on planets Digitakt, Syntakt, and Digitone. It’s been a… somewhat generously requested addition to the Digis, and we’re delighted to bring this powerful feature on to those machines. Song Mode lets you create, edit, and play compositions made up of dozens of your patterns. This makes it a hugely useful feature for all kinds of scenarios and for all kinds of artists.

Customize your backing track, leaving your hands free for other awesome gear. Extend beyond the limits of the 64-step sequencer. Create entire set-lists in a single song. And that’s only scratching the surface of Song Mode’s possibilities.

There are plenty of creative tricks to explore in Song Mode as well, ensuring that hitting play is only the beginning of its potential, plus a bunch more features and improvements such as Portamento and global FX/mix on the Syntakt and Keyboard Fold on the Digis. Keep an eye on our channels for the variety of ways that Song Mode can work for you. Find out more about and download this sublime OS Upgrade:"

Playlist for videos above:
Introducing Song Mode on Digitakt, Syntakt, Digitone & Digitone Keys
Labeling patterns and rows in Song Mode on Digitone // Song Mode Tutorial
Quick pattern chains using Song Mode on Syntakt // Song Mode Tutorial
Using pattern mutes per row to quickly arrange a Song on Digitakt // Song Mode Tutorial

User videos:

ELEKTRON SONG MODE: Tutorial, Performance, and Thoughts

video upload by EZBOT

"In this video we learn how to use song mode on the Digitakt, Digitone, and the Syntakt. Song mode allows you to arrange your patterns into a song with variations on pattern mutes, song tempo, pattern length, and repeats.

00:00 Tutorial
10:43 Performance

Step up your game with 1 on 1 lessons:
Just have a few questions? Get 1:1 help from me via Xip:
Get my Octatrack Performance Template with regular updates (among other rewards) by joining my Patreon:
Get the template in it's current state at Ko-Fi:"

The New Elektron Song Mode Is Absurd

video upload by Red Means Recording

"The Elektron Syntakt, Digitakt, and Digitone got a song mode in the new firmware. I'm gonna do terrible things to it.

00:00 song mode walkthrough
06:31 musical performance dedicated to adam levine"

Song Mode for Digitakt Digitone Syntakt is here!

video upload by Dave Mech

"So they finally did it. They added song mode to the digitakt, digitone and syntakt! I think a lot of people will be very pleased with this. Really cool to see that Elektron keeps updating their line-up with really major updates that keep the instruments alive and relevant yet again for years to come.

In this video I show you how the song mode works and how you can also use it in a creative way. There was also a major update to the firmware of Syntakt adding a lot of great functionality like Portamento, global fx settings, midi mod matrixes and a few other very useful features. Beyond the scope of this video, and the video I did record to showcase those functions was unfortunately ruined. So maybe next time :)

Anyway, enjoy!

00:00 - Intro
00:41 - How to enter Song Mode
03:31 - Navigating through the Song edit menu
05:03 - Song tempo menu
05:52 - Song Mutes
06:33 - Change playhead position
06:47 - Rows: add / remove copy / clear / paste
07:34 - main screen progress bar
08:12 - What to do what to do...with Song Mode"

Digitone, Digitakt & Syntakt got a new feature 🙌

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"Digitone, Digitakt and Syntakt from Elektron got a new feature - the SONG mode 🙌 I'll use it for sure especially when playing live on stage with my Digitone. What do you think? Is it useful for you too?"

Sunday, September 11, 2022

Plasma Drive Eurorack module .. Quest for the perfect distortion

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"I have been on a quest for the perfect distortion for the last couple of weeks and I have been quite frustrated so far. Not a single distortion I tried seemed to fit the sound I had in mind, be it hardware or software.

But what defines a 'perfect distortion' you ask? That is of course very subjective and everyone would answer differently I guess. For me the distortion I was looking for had to sound very warm, but also defined, crunchy and if needed "brutal" in a way. On the other hand it shouldn't sound washed out or too digital and cold. As you know it can be pretty hard to describe a sound you have in your head with words ^^

My last purchase was the Plasma Drive from Erica Synths and Gamechanger Audio, and I thought why not try this one out together with you guys?"

Saturday, July 23, 2022

Patch From Scratch (With Buchla & TipTop Audio, Make Noise & Neuzeit Instruments)

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"In this video I will show you a new patch that I made on my Modular System with modules from Buchla & TipTop Audio, Make Noise & Neuzeit Instruments, to then re-patch it with you from scratch. Let me know if you have any questions!"

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

New Moog Mavis Semi-Modular Analog Desktop & Eurorack Synthesizer - Demos & Details

Priced at $349. The differentiator on this model is in the (East Coast) wavefolder - see video #6 & 12 in the playlist.

Update: New vids added.

Playlist (you can use the player controls to skip around):
  1. Meet Mavis: A Moog Semi-Modular Analog Synthesizer - Moog Music
  2. Moog MAVIS Semi-Modular Synthesizer: A Beginner’s Guide + Demos - Sarah Belle Reid
  3. 7 Fun Patches With the New Moog Mavis - Reverb
  4. Moog Mavis Semi Modular Analog Synthesizer Voice : DIY Standalone Synth + Eurorack Module - Perfect Circuit
  5. Moog Mavis Semi-Modular Synth: Overview and Demo with 5 Patch Presets - Patchwerks
  6. First Look: Moog Mavis semi-modular synthesizer - Marcus Schmahl
  7. Review: MOOG's MAVIS goes west! // 18 modular and wavefolding patch ideas explored // Full tutorial - loopop
  8. Moog Mavis Is More Complex Than Its Size Suggests - HAINBACH
  9. Everything Moog Mavis. - mylarmelodies
  10. Moog Mavis Sound Demo (no talking) with Empress Reverb - Limbic Bits
  11. Moog Mavis Sound Demo (no talking) - Bonedo Synthesizers
  12. MAVIS - The New Moog Synthesizer 🐸 - PanicGirlVids
The press release:

"Meet Mavis: The Newest Addition to the Moog Semi-Modular Family
Mavis, a new all-analog semi-modular synthesizer, delivers legendary Moog sound in an affordable and compact musical machine. An inspiring and expressive instrument, Mavis offers serious value to anyone looking to learn synthesis or explore Moog sound in a new way.

This build-it-yourself synthesizer kit is ready to come to life as a powerful, patchable analog instrument, either mounted in a Eurorack case or on its own. Mavis's intuitive design allows for immediate musical exploration (no patching required) and is ready to guide your journey through the expansive world of modular synthesis through its flexible patch bay and accompanying educational resources.

Mavis features the first-ever Moog wavefolding circuit, allowing for additive synthesis to sit alongside traditional subtractive synthesis, unlocking sounds never heard before on a Moog instrument. Mavis offers incredible value through its clever collection of circuits, including two oscillators, full ADSR, a ladder filter, sample and hold, attenuators, mixer, mults, and much more, providing all the tools needed for creative patching and sound design.

Mavis delivers huge depth of sound to any creative looking to begin their journey into synthesis, expand their Moog ecosystem, or enhance their Eurorack setup."

Additional details & pics:

"As one of their most affordable semi-modular synthesizers to date, Moog's Mavis is equally at home as a standalone instrument, companion to the Mother series, or active member of a bustling Eurorack system. Shipped as an easily assembled kit, the excitement of putting together your own instrument gives way to a wonderful journey of sonic exploration.

Mavis packs all of the essential elements of a full synthesis voice into a compact package—oscillator, filter, ADSR envelope generator, and VCA—as well as some special surprises, including Moog's first-ever wavefolder! Best of all, everything is accessible through 24 patch points, overriding the internal normalled connections and putting Mavis's signal flow under your control.

As with all Moog's best synths, Mavis begins with an all-analog VCO, with this particular design featuring a blend control crossfading between sawtooth and pulse waveforms. PWM and pitch modulation are available with independent level controls, and may be shaped by the LFO, envelope generator, or a mix of the two. The hallmark of any Moog synth, the resonant lowpass ladder filter, makes an appearance on Mavis, and may be similarly controlled with the LFO and/or envelope with positive or negative polarity. As for the VCA, leave it wide open for drones or shape it with the ADSR for lush swells or snappy plucks.

Mavis subscribes to the same modular philosophies as Moog's legacy instruments as well as their hit Mother series. With the 24-point patch bay, additional elements are available to coax more interesting patches out of Mavis. Split and distribute signals with the multiple, inject uncertainty with the sample and hold, and balance audio or control signals with the DC-coupled mixer. Most surprising of all is the inclusion of a diode wavefolder—the first such design on any Moog instrument—bringing a touch of West Coast-style waveshaping into their world of traditionally subtractive designs.

Though Mavis can exist totally independently, it shines in collaboration with others. Place it on your desk alongside your other patchable instruments, or remove Mavis from its enclosure and mount it in a Eurorack case as a 44hp module for highly nested interactions. Mavis ships with a handful of patch cables, overlay sheets, and a protective plastic dust cover for when the instrument isn't in use. Whether you're just starting out or looking for a fully-featured Moog synth voice, Mavis delivers in spades.


Fully analog semi-modular synthesizer
Easily assembled
24 patch points
VCO with sawtooth and pulse waveforms
PWM and frequency modulation
Resonant lowpass filter
4-stage ADSR envelope generator
Analog VCA
Utilities section includes mixer, multiple, sample and hold, and more
First-ever Moog wavefolder design
Onboard keyboard with scale and glide controls
May be removed from enclosure and mounted as a 44hp Eurorack module
Includes patch cables, patch sheets, dust cover, and assembly tools"

Tuesday, June 07, 2022

Have you ever tried Playtron?

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"@Playtronica was kind enough to send me this futuristic looking device, so I could try it out and make music with it 🙌 It is basically a MIDI Controller, but the fun part is that you can connect it to anything that conducts electricity. And not only that, with their conductive fabric tape you can connect it to literally anything you set your mind to! So I connected it to my beloved props that I use for my videos, this way I could finally use them to actually make music 😂😂

Did you ever try it? And if so, what did you connect it to?
Find out more on
If you want to buy one feel free to use this Promo Code and get -10% off: PANICGIRL10"

Thursday, April 21, 2022

Panic Girl Is Making Noise 🙌

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"When I made that video for Make Noise 🥰 I didn't have my new camera back then yet, but I still like the vibe a lot."

You can find Panic Girl's Make Noise video here.

Saturday, March 05, 2022

Buchla & Tiptop Audio Dual Oscillator & Quad Function Generator into Strymon Starlab

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"I’m pretty excited about the new Buchla & Tiptop Audio modules. Especially the Quad Function Generator has some features on board that I just recently learned about which are super handy to have. Did you try those modules yet? What are your experienced with them so far?"

Thursday, December 30, 2021

OP-1 and Cocoquantus Jam

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"Often when I start designing a sound it doesn't sound good at all, compared to the end result that is. I guess it's the same in many art forms, like painting, illustration or even photography, poetry or writing a novel. It needs refinement, experimentation, patience and most importantly confidence in your own vision 💞✨ The vibe of this one reminds me a bit of the newer Radiohead records, big fan here 🙌⁠"

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Some OP1 + Microcosm + Cycles magic 🧘🏻🌸

video upload by PanicGirlVids

"Some magic for you with the OP1 + Microcosm + Cycles 🧘🏻🌸
There are some tools, where you really need to know how to handle them and what sound you want to get out of them in the first place and some tools, which you can just turn on and let the magic happen. Which ones do you prefer more while composing? For me it's a good mix of both I guess. I want to be surprised and have fun while producing, but also have control in the details 🎛️⁠"

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