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Wednesday, November 08, 2023

Roland JX-3P Software Synthesizer v2

video upload by RolandChannel

"The JX-3P Software Synthesizer is an authentic virtual recreation of the six-voice JX-3P from 1983. The JX-3P v2 update elevates the instrument with gorgeous high-DPI graphics, a refined interface, universal patch browsing, Circuit Mod, new sounds, and more.

In this video, you’ll learn about the various upgrades available within the v2 update.

00:00 Intro
00:50 Software Synth Overview
01:02 Views
01:21 PG-200 Synthesizer Programmer
02:26 Modern Upgrades
02:45 Circuit Mod
03:16 SYSTEM-8 Integration

Streamline your workflow with the newly developed high-resolution interface for modern DAWs and big-screen production environments. Want more control? Dig into the faithful rendition of the beloved PG-200 Synthesizer Programmer. Then use the newly added Circuit Mod function to dial in everything from a factory-primed JX-3P to a road-worn synth with vibe and character."

Follow-up to this post. Additional demo by CDM's Peter Kirn here.

Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Roland JX-3P V2 plug-in - now with PG-200

video upload by Peter Kirn

"Circuit mod, PG-200, some UI and sound tweaks, and ... yeah, listen to that cross modulation with the circuit mod. The newest Roland plug-in (part of Roland Cloud, but you can also buy a perpetual Lifetime license and for those customers, this update is free)"

Tuesday, October 03, 2023

Synplant 2 Is Here

video upload by Sonic Charge

Synplant 2 is an alien good time!

video upload by Peter Kirn

"First play with the new SonicCharge weirdness. Oh, yes."

"Synplant takes a genetic twist on sound design by moving beyond traditional knob-twisting and dial-adjusting, emphasizing exploration and discovery. Here, your ears guide you through a forest of organic textures and evolving timbres.

Genopatch Technology
Genopatch crafts synth patches from audio recordings, using AI to find optimal synth settings based on your source sample. As the strands in the user interface sprout and grow, they generate patches that increasingly match the chosen audio.

Sometimes, you will get a perfect match; other times, something new and unexpected. This balance of precision and unpredictability makes Genopatch a unique tool for sound exploration.

Genopatch runs entirely on your local computer, requiring no internet connection.

Digging into the Genome
Whether you begin from a random seed, an existing patch, or a creation from Genopatch, Synplant offers many different ways to sculpt your sound. When you are ready to delve further into the core of your patch, you can crack open your sound seeds and modify their underlying genetic code.

The new intuitive DNA Editor in Synplant 2 offers a structured layout with graphical representations for settings like envelopes, oscillator types, and filters.

Performance Features
Synplant makes it easy to create organic, multi-faceted synth patches by letting you play variations of a sound using different MIDI notes and velocities. It also offers a layer mode for creating rich, multi-dimensional sounds. There are polyphonic and monophonic play modes with portamento, tempo sync and more, further contributing to deep and versatile synth patches that are a joy to play.

Making your own sounds in Synplant is easy as a breeze, but it also comes bundled with hundreds of well-designed patches, and more are available to download when you purchase."

Tuesday, April 04, 2023

Jamm Pro 1.5 released for Android and iOS

video upload by Coldcut

Jamm Pro Visual Tour (With Peter Kirn of CDM)

video upload by

"Learn how to perform electronic music with Jamm Pro.
Big thanks to Peter Kirn for working with us on this video."

Ninja Tune’s creation app - a powerful sampler, multitrack remixer, looper, slicer, and Coldcutter music exploration instrument - is now on your phone.

Stop listening and start jamming. Jamm Pro, the brainchild of Coldcut - the pioneering AV/producer/DJ founders of Ninja Tune - is here with a 1.5 update and new support for iPhone, Android, and Apple Silicon Macs.

Jamm Pro is Ninja Tune’s creator’s instrument. Free yourself from grids and timelines with the distillation of 36 years of Coldcut’s work at the cutting edge of electronic music. From first tap, even beginners can begin making satisfying sounds, starting with a curated collection of music. Advanced users can go deeper, sampling in the app or importing their own sounds.

Remix Ninja Tune classics like Bonobo, Odezsa, FaltyDL, and Roots Manuva , new artists like India’s Kiss Nuka- and produce your own tracks with copyright-free SoundSets. Make Jamm Pro your full-featured remix and production tool, play live, or just jam.

New Action Sequencer records as you play - or shake it up. Now you can build up layers of live gestures, sequencing as you play in the app for more sophisticated sequences. SHAKE now triggers Superfill FX.

More customization and sharing. Add your own photos and artwork to your Jamms. Share recordings - and videos - on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, and more.

More sounds, better stretching. A big, new selection of multi-genre SoundSets gives you a wider palette to remix and jam. Time stretching is improved for better audio quality.

Phone, Bluetooth, M1/M2 support. Now adds iPhone and Android devices and Apple Silicon Macs to existing iPad support, plus Bluetooth audio compatibility for wireless earphones and speakers.

The existing feature list is too extensive to list, see
but includes Ableton Link, ability to record in and load your own samples, modular synth style patching, Coldcutter glitch and incredible dub FX , Smart Pitch bend, plus a deep selection of functions…

New in 1.5:
Growing selection of SoundSets across genres to fuel your own tracks.
Action Sequencer records and loops your actions to build live layered sequences.
SHAKE your device to trigger Superfill FX.
Improved time stretching with greater audio fidelity.
BeamScope visualizes your touches as you play.
Customize your Jamms with your own artwork / photos.
Sharing with video, for Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, and more.
Bluetooth support for wireless earphones and speakers.
iPhone, Android, Apple Silicon Mac support.

Thursday, February 09, 2023

Erica Synths x Ninja Tune Zen Delay Virtual Walkthrough

video upload by Erica Synths

"After the phenomena of the hardware FX unit Zen Delay, its virtual successor is now available. ZDV is not simply a digital replica or replacement of the hardware, but an addition to it. Quite apart from the complete automation possibilities afforded by the DAW environment, ZDV brings several new functions into play to become a studio secret weapon for all possible instruments.

Walkthrough video created by Peter Kirn /"

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

A Synth Cookbook for Actual Food?

Apparently so. You can find a free download at the top of (permalink)

The Pyjama Cookbook A guide to self-feeding by KORG Germany and friends.

Learn out to make a mean Margarita from Sequential's Dave Smith, and a cheese toasty from Korg's Tats, amongst others:

- Alison Tavel: Smokey Maple Whiskey Quarantinis
- Alison Tavel: Do-It-Yourself Dumplings
- Alva Noto: Japanese Cucumber Salad
- Afrorack: DIY Yet To Be Named Breakfast
- Carys Huws: Orange-Infused Cold Brew Coffee
- Dave Smith: Margarita
- Deradoorian: Palak Paneer
- Dorian Concept: Potato-“Sterz” With Oven-Roasted Radish
- Fumio Mieda: Raw Egg On Rice
- Ģirts Ozoliņš: Spring Chicken In Vegetable Pyjama Under Couscous Blanket
- Gudrun Gut: “Widerstandskräftebrei”
- Hiele: Boon Bootje 34 Interstellar Funk: Dutch Apple Pie
- Joan La Barbara: “Available Ingredients” With Morton Subotnick
- Loopop: Dark Chocolate Cookies With Face Melting White Chocolate Core
- Lydia Glup: Gomasio (Japanese Seasoned Sesame Salt)
- Marco Passarani: Pasta e Fagioli
- Mark Verbos: Carnitas Tacos
- Matias Aguayo: Original Panamericano Fish Taco
- Maximilian Rest: Sunday Raisin Buns
- Peter Kirn: Lebanese Mujaddara with Riz
- Piotr Raczyński: Polish Sour
- Solitary Dancer: Pasta Vongole
- Solitary Dancer: Smash Burger
- Suzanne Ciani: Special Sunday Dinner – Pasta Alla Genovese
- Tatsuya Takahashi: Cheese Toasty
- Thomas Fehlmann: Swissy Spicy Pizza
- Objekt: Lightning Fast Soda Bread
- Václav Peloušek: Sunflower Gnocchi With Dried Tomatoes For Two
- Verena Glup: Golden Soup

Intro from Korg's Tatsuya Takahashi:

"The Pyjama Cookbook A guide to self-feeding by KORG Germany and friends.

As our small team of Verena, Lydia, Max and I clamber to get KORG Germany off the ground, we occasionally swap cooking recipes. What a lifesaver. Because who isn’t tired of their own cooking by now? And why not collect more and share? The aim of The Pyjama Cookbook is to share the favourite concoctions from our friends from all parts of music, in the hope of instilling solidarity and encouraging friendship during these extraordinary times. Well. It’s also just for laughs. Have fun."

Tatsuya Takahashi

And Dave's Margarita :)

Monday, March 02, 2020

Does This Make You Want to Buy Behringer Products?

Feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of this post. Curious if this has to do with this post.

via Boing Boing

"Electronic music equipment maker Behringer deleted a bizarre video (above) of a fake device called the Kirn CorkSniffer, named after tech journalist Peter Kirn, founder of CDM, a digital music magazine. The fake device has a caricature which depicts Kirn as having an unusually long nose."


And of course the design aesthetic is copied.

via Reverb

The Cork Sniffer Preamp / DirtyBoost from BLAMMO!

Monday, December 09, 2019

What is the future of electronic music production? (Electronic Beats TV)

Published on Dec 9, 2019 Telekom Electronic Beats

"We asked innovative companies like Elektron, Arturia, Novation, Erica Synths, Bastl Instruments and Verbos Electronics as well as artists and notable thinkers like Richie Hawtin, Stimming, Henrik Schwarz, Tim Exile and CDM’s Peter Kirn for their thoughts on how we’ll make electronic music in the future, and if there might be something revolutionary on the horizon when it comes to sound. We also explore the enduring popularity of classic analog sounds, and why producers are still so fascinated with them even after all these years."

Saturday, August 17, 2019

Additional Details on Meeblip's cubit go

I wasn't sure exactly how Meeblip's cubit go handled MIDI IN, so I reached out to Peter Kirn for some clarity. Scroll down to the red updates in this post for some additional details on how it works - what it does, and doesn't do.

Thursday, August 15, 2019

MeeBlip cubit go: easy USB MIDI interface, ultra-tight timing

via MeeBlip:

"Today, we’re announcing MeeBlip cubit go - a unique USB MIDI interface with incredibly tight timing.

It’s got the ports you most often need when mobile - one input, so you can perform, and four outputs, for sending notes and/or clock.

Here’s the twist: we’ve integrated hardware MIDI thru circuitry on the four outputs. Anything you send to the interface’s output goes to all four jacks simultaneously. There’s no software delay - you get rock-solid, ultra-tight timing.

That makes cubit go the perfect follow-up to our cubit splitter, introduced earlier this year. You still get four outs with identical timing - but now in a USB MIDI interface you can connect to your computer or mobile device.

cubit go is driverless and USB powered, so it works with any desktop OS, but also on phones and tablets (with the appropriate cables, sold separately). And the jacks are top-mounted for convenience.

Just plug it in and use it - there’s nothing to install, no separate power supply needed, and nothing to worry about. cubit go is palm-sized, lightweight, rugged, performs perfectly, and is easy to use.


1x1 USB MIDI interface with integrated hardware MIDI Thru
Class-compliant USB MIDI - no drivers needed
Four hardware-mirrored output jacks - no software lag
High performance 32-bit ARM Cortex processor
Bright green MIDI light flashes when sending or receiving data for easy troubleshooting
Size: 108 x 76 x 25 mm (4.25 x 3 x 1 inches), weighs 110 g (3.9 oz)
Includes 1 m (3 ft) USB cable
USB powered
Works with macOS, Windows, Linux, iOS and Android*
Made in Canada, available only direct

cubit go is available now for $59.95 US.

Find the product page here.

Through August 23, we’re offering free worldwide shipping on cubit go and MeeBlip geode. Local tax and import duty may apply to international customers.

Also, if you missed it, we visited the amazing Hainbach last week [posted here], and our little MeeBlip geode got to meet his giant wall of sound. It was really fun to do."

Update: I reached out to Peter Kirn of Meeblip and Create Digital Music for some additional clarity on the cubit go. Here's what he had to say:

"It's a 1x1 USB MIDI interface.

The 1 input port is straightforward - that goes to the computer (or iPad or whatever).

The computer then *sends* MIDI to the output port.

That single output port's data is mirrored across all four MIDI output jacks, simultaneously - that's the MIDI thru circuitry. So for something like MIDI clock, it means all four output jacks have essentially zero timing variance from one another. (James likes to be precise - it's a maximum of 44 *nanoseconds*, so billionths of a second.)"

You can find some additional info on Create Digital Music here. Via the FAQ at the bottom:

Should I get cubit go or cubit splitter?

cubit splitter is the device for you if you want to take data sent to one MIDI input jack, and transmit that to four output jacks. (This is also called a “MIDI thru” box – they’re the same thing.)

cubit go is what you want if you need to get MIDI into and out of a computer or supported phone/tablet.

USB on cubit splitter is for power only. USB on cubit go carries both power and data.

Update2: If this is still conceptually foggy, I sent the following to Peter Kirn and he confirmed this is correct. In the most simplest terms, the MeeBlip cubit go is a USB only MIDI interface:

"The MIDI IN jack on the cubit go does not go directly to the MIDI OUTs but rather to the connected computer/USB device, which then does whatever you tell it to do (pass through or process). The USB device then sends to the four OUTs simultaneously as one OUT. The only messages going to the OUTs on the go come from the USB In. The MIDI OUT is just there so you can use external MIDI gear through the connected USB device. An example of how this is useful would be running multiple MIDI tracks on your software sequencer or DAW. The entire output would be transmitted to the four outs on the cubit go. If you have four tracks running you can assign a different MIDI Channel to each and then set each of your four MIDI devices to a corresponding MIDI channel. You can assign the incoming MIDI device coming through the cubit go a specific MIDI channel or channels either on the device itself or your software if supported (pass through or processed)."

Monday, August 12, 2019

Meeblip Geode - Tiny Synth Big Sounds

Published on Aug 12, 2019 HAINBACH

"In which I am joined by Peter Kirn, one of the brains behind the Meeblip Geode, a dual wavetable synthesizer with a screaming analog filter. He demos the synth and then I get a turn, with to me surprising results.


Wednesday, June 26, 2019

KONTAKTOR 2019 Experience Exchange

Published on Jun 26, 2019 Erica Synths

"On May 30th in collaboration with Latvian Investment and Development Agency creative industry incubator / Magnetic Latvia & Goethe Institut in Riga Kontaktor offered educational events. We invited several key players from the music & music tech industry to share their experience, give talks, host work-shops and be present to answer audience's questions and talk face to face a day before they performed at the festival.

Ondrej Merta from Bastl Instruments

talk & presentation about Bastl Instruments products and the model of social entrepreneurship

Marc Caro talk about music in film industry

being a director, producer & a composer Marc will share his knowledge about nuances of creating music for film accompanied by examples from his work

Peter Kirn (CDM) talk about music and creativity in the age of overpopulation

talk about the challenges within the contemporary music and music technology industry, the common models of past, present and future with an approach that reaches beyond the conversation dominated by the USA and western Europe

Tobias von Hofsten from teenage engineering

presentation of previously prepared jams using the latest teenage engineering products and a talk

Music Releasing with T.Raumschmiere / Shitkatapult

Marco Haas - widely known as T.Raumschmiere has been running the Shitkatapult label for more than 20 years and will give a talk on the experience of being a label boss, the process of selecting music to release, working with the likes of Apparat, Cristian Vogel, Oval, Sid Le Rock & others

Camera & video : Kristers Gontarevs
Music : T.Raumschmiere - Monstertruckdriver"

Friday, June 14, 2019

Improvising with Polyend Medusa

Published on Jun 14, 2019 Peter Kirn

"Playing around with the Polyend Medusa and its unique approach to sound and performance. All live, just light compression and a touch of reverb added."

Peter Kirn Polyend Medusa videos.

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Hands-on with Polyend Medusa (no talking, sound workflow)

Published on Jun 13, 2019 Peter Kirn

"A few minutes spent improvising on the Polyend Medusa - the hybrid polysynth featuring both digital/wavetable oscillators and pad control and analog oscillators and filter from Dreadbox.

Here's the basic approach to sound design workflow - dialing in and layering different analog and digital oscillators, playing with wavetables, shaping envelopes and filter, adding FM (including on the filter), and assigning modulation."

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Is it Time to Ban Behringer on the Site?

Last night I received an email from Nan Tang, the founder & CEO of Chinese computer music portal Midifan and co-founder of plugin vendor 2nd Sense Audio. He wrote in to let me know that Behringer apparently sent him a letter threatening legal action for defamation in some posts critical of them. Peter Kirn of Create Digital Music has a write-up on the situation here, and Synthtopia just published a humorous report here.

So, most of us know that there are essentially two camps when it comes to Behringer:

1. Those that love that they are reproducing vintage analog synths and offering them at super affordable prices.

2. Those that perceive them as ripping off others.

Midifan falls into the second category, and Behringer has a problem with how they are communicating that. I have no problem with either of them. What I do have a problem with is when a company threatens legal action to shut someone up.

So... what do we do...

Considerations on my end as a publisher:

1. As a site dedicated to capturing what is happening in the synth community on a daily basis, should I continue to post new Behringer product announcements at a minimum?

2. I don't want to ban content my readers create. If readers submit content featuring Behringer products, I will post them. Not for Behringer, but for my readers.

3. I usually do my best to remain neutral.

That said, I can definitely scale back on Behringer content that doesn't meet 1 and 2 above. I don't want to get sued, and if Behringer threatens publishers that voice their opinions, then why bother supporting them?

If you have an opinion feel free to leave a comment below.

Update: I asked Nan of Midifan what he planned to do regarding Behringer coverage on his site. He replied with the following:

"I will continue reporting all the news and new products from Behringer as usual, give them applause for the good products, give them a shit for the bad products. As an online media, we have to report everything for our reader, whatever someone sued us or not."

Update2: MUSIC GROUP COMMERCIAL BM LTD (Behringer's parent company) sued TONY KARAVIDAS, ET AL, including Dave Smith Instruments, for defamation, and lost. Tony is an engineer for DSI. He is also the man behind Encore Electronics, and he has an extensive history in the synthesizer industry, including work on the original Oberheim OB-Xa. The case is covered in detail by Create Digital Music here.

What surprised me was the following:

"The twist here is that in addition to Dave Smith Instruments, the manufacturer, and employee Anthony Karavidas (an engineer at DSI), the lawsuit added as defendants an additional twenty individuals posting in the same forum thread. Since the identity of those individuals is unknown, they’re named as 'DOES 1-20.' In the words of the lawsuit, 'the true names and capacities, whether individual, corporate, associate or otherwise … are unknown to Plaintiff.'"

Did Behringer go after individuals as well, or were they trying to discover if the 20 individual accounts were actually the same person or persons?

Update3: worth a read:
And discussion on reddit:

You can read the original filing of the lawsuit here, the judgement here.

Monday, March 05, 2018

Roland TR-8S jam session

Published on Mar 5, 2018 cdmtv

"Nick de Friez (Roland) joined CDM's Peter Kirn for this one. We hooked up two new Roland TR-8S drum machines and used them to drive yet more gear - a MakeNoise 0-Coast plus an original Roland SH-101. The TR-8S also acts as an audio interface. Here's some of the madness that resulted. Lesson: it was a good time. We'll have to do more."

See this post for details on the new Roland TR-8S.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Synthposium 2017

Published on Jul 25, 2017 Synthposium

Tickets —
Website —

Synthposium is an annual Moscow-based festival exploring a new interdisciplinary culture formed at the junction of electronic music and technology.

24-27 August
WINZAVOD Contemporary Art Center
Moscow Film School

Alexander Ivanov — May
Midimode — Arperception
Dmitry Distant — Lobotomy


Max Cooper (live) UK Richard Devine (live) US Solar X (live) UK Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe (live) US Interval (live) US Ulrich Schnauss (live) DE Frank Muller aka Beroshima (live) DE Thomas P Heckmann (live) DE Jacek Sienkiewicz (live) PL Todd Sines (live) US Taeji Sawai (live) JP Vertical Silence (live) US Baseck (live) US Artefactos de Dolor (live) US Procedural (live) DE Morphology (live) FIN Peter Kirn (live) DE
Biodread (live) FIN Ekke Västrik (live) EST Konakov (live) UA
Mustelide (live) BL Pinkshinyultrablast (live) Kurvenschreiber (live) Interchain (live band) Vtgnike (dj) Khz (live) OID (live)
Compass-Vrubell (dj) Alex Pleninger (live) PTU (live) Odopt (live)
Chizh (live) BMB Spacekid (live) Fedor Vetkalov (live) Fizzarum (live) Sickdisco (dj) Sofist (live) Maria Teriaeva (live) Andrei Orlov (live) Ambidextrous (live) Unbroken Dub (dj) Prisheletz (live)
Vanya Limb (live) Linja (live) HMOT (live) Gamayun (live)
Dyad and the Sleepers Club (live) Unbalance (live) Timur Omar (dj) Grisha Nelyubin (dj) Tripmastaz (dj) Bad ZU (live) Rewired (live)
Igor Starshinov (live) Rhizome aka Nikita Zabelin (live)
Phayah (dj) Karolina Bnv (dj) Alexander Ivanov (ive) Kovyazin D (live) Amnfx (live) Laiva (live) Sestrica (live) Black Lenin (live) dHET (live) Operator Uno (live) Symphocat (live) Meow Moon (live) Synxron (live) Indeepend (live) Alexey Yepishev (live) Celebrine (live) Rozet (dj)
Nord City (live) Midimode (live) Gestalt (live) Art Crime (dj)
Secrets of the Third Planet (live) Perfect Human (live)

Friday, April 01, 2016


Scheduled for Apr 1, 2016 Analogue Zone Showroom / Synths and Studio

"Hybrid Future"
presented by Native Instruments and Electronic Beats

Feat. Stephan Schmitt, Robert Henke, Roger Linn, Julian Parker, Tony Rolando
Moderator: Peter Kirn

"While discussions continue around the dichotomies of analog, physical, and digital instruments, visionary instrument makers have been bridging the gap between these previously separate realms with cutting edge ideas that combine the character and expression of tactile control, with the infinite possibilities and ease of software – the best of both worlds. Will hybrid concepts and setups turn into a benchmark development in instrument design? And how could it already be changing how we create and perform music? Join a panel of distinguished technology pioneers and creatives for a roundtable discussion dissecting the status quo and the possibilities of our Hybrid Future."

Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Audulus 3 for Mac & iOS Now Available

We saw the videos leading up to Audulus 3. It is now available on sale for both Mac and iOS at a discounted price. If you plan to pick it up now would be a good time. See this video from Taylor on the announcement.

iOS: Audulus 3 - Audulus LLC

Mac: Mid 2010 Mac or later

"With Audulus, you can build synthesizers, design new sounds, or process audio. All with low latency real-time processing suitable for live performance. Audulus's user interface is clean, simple, and easy to learn, allowing you to focus on sound - now made easier than ever with nearly 100 built-in Eurorack-style modules.

"Anybody into synthesis should check out Audulus on the iPad. Tweaker heaven." - Jordan Rudess
"Audulus is fantastic, a thinking man's synth." - UK App Store review
Rated "Killer App" on!

Praise for the Mac version:
"beautiful interface" - Peter Kirn,
"Love this App. It has one of the best UIs I've ever used." - USA Mac App Store review
"The biggidy bomb coolest most super tech-nerd fun times soft synth I've bought in recent times!" - Mac App Store Australia review
"Remarkable gesture control" -

▶ Visit the Audulus Forum for exciting FREE user-created patches! ◀

▶ Please note: Audulus Requires iOS 7. Minimum Recommended Hardware: iPad 2 or iPhone 4s.

▶ Educational pricing available. For more information, see

▶ Key Features:

• Fluid Vector Interface - smooth animated interaction
• MIDI control - use your control surface or MIDI keyboard
• Polyphony - process multiple voices
• Diverse Nodes - from ADSR to ZeroCross
• Patch Browser - quickly flip through your patches
• 32-bit floating-point signal processing
• Fully Enhanced for Retina Display
• Unlimited Undo - full history stored in a patch
• Round-trip workflow with Audulus for Mac
• Virtual MIDI – control Audulus from your favorite MIDI app
• Audiobus support! - Runs as both an Input and Effect
• Sub-Patches - group and reuse nodes
• Universal Modulation - modulate any knob
• iCloud support - effortlessly sync patches between Mac and iPad
• Custom Nodes - build your own modules!
• Timing mode - figure out which nodes are using the most CPU!

▶ Featured Built-in Modules:

• 5ms Revolving Clock Divider
• Touch Feedback Clock
• Ms. Torsion Distortion
• Fibonacci Sequence
• Fab Five Rectifying LFO
• The Warpeggiator
• Scale Quantizer
• Cyclone Matrix Mixer
...and many more!

▶ Built-in Nodes:

• Virtual Analog Oscillator (4 classic waveforms)
• ADSR Envelope
• Noise Generator
• Mathematical Modules: Addition, Multiplication, Subtraction, Sine, Modulo
• Math expression module - 34 operation expression language
• Random Number Generator
• MIDI controlled Keyboard
• MIDI assignable trigger
• 16-Step Sequencer
• Delay
• Distortion
• Low Pass Filter
• Low Pass Filter with resonance
• High Pass Filter
• Feedback Delay
• Unit Delay
• DC Blocker
• Envelope Follower
• Pitch Shifter
• Constant Value
• Gain
• Mapper Curve
• Piecewise-linear Spline Curve
• Sample and Hold
• Crossfade
• 4-Channel Mixer
• Level Meter
• Value Meter
• Scrolling Waveform Meter
• Light
• RGB Light
• Input/Output
• Polyphonic to Monophonic signal mixer
• Polyphonic/Monophonic signal converters
• Multiplexer/Demultiplexers
• Sub-Patch
• Timer
• Zero-crossing Counter
• Text"

Friday, July 03, 2015

Meeblip at SchneidersBuero

Meeblip at SchneidersBuero from Andreas Schneider on Vimeo.

"Peter Kirn and Andreas Schneider hilighted the most popular workshop at SchneidersBuero Berlin directly after Musikmesse Frankfurt in 2015. Officially introducing the little Meeblip Synthesizers on the desk - one of them is connected to a Future Retro Zillion Stepsequencer, the other one is getting bass lines from HerrSchneiders old XBase09 - they have lots of fun just improvising some beats and rhythms.

On three other videos you will see the workshops introducing the products of Mark Verbos, Tony Rolando and Dan Green soon."

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

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