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Monday, July 25, 2022

Yamaha VP1 Demo - No Talking

video upload by Pro Synth Network

"This video was assembled from clips of Scott Kinsey playing a Yamaha VP1, owned by Reinhold Heil and restored by a team lead by Manny Fernandez, on Episode 120 of our live stream on Friday 22nd July 2022.

You can watch that stream here:"

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 120 - Yamaha VP1 Special

video upload by Pro Synth Network

"This week we're bringing to you a really special show!

The Yamaha VP1 is not only one of the rarest synthesizers ever made, but also one of the most unique. The VP1 was going to be Yamaha's first commercial foray into the world of physical and acoustic modelling. Utilising a free oscillation type of modelling, it was a 76 note, 16 voice modelling monster with the ability to combine multiple elements into a single patch and had dedicated external editing capabilities for an Apple G3 directly connected to it via a dedicated serial port.

Friend of the show, Manny Fernandez, has been helping Reinhold Heil restore his VP1 to working condition and now that the restoration has been completed, Manny, Reinhold and legendary jazz keyboardist Scott Kinsey, himself a VP1 fan and Yamaha professional, join us to discuss and demonstrate this remarkable instrument and its restoration process."

Sunday, January 31, 2021

February Filter Sweep YouTube Protest & a Call to any YouTube / Google Employees

Youtube claimed copyright on a synth filter sweep video by ranzee

"I can't believe we are now getting copyright claims just for performing tests on synths! Yep - all I did was a filter sweep - and BAM! Copyright Claim police came on in and took my video away (partially) from the world. This is ludicrous!"

This one was sent my way via supporting member, Synth Addict.

For those not aware, YouTube has algorithms that scan audio in videos for copyright infringement. If something is found in violation, the video is automatically unpublished. The problem? Apparently certain filter sweeps are triggering take downs. This is becoming a problem for synth demos (per ranzee above, and previously mentioned here for example). I am curious what sample is being used for the comparison. Rush's Tom Sawyer? :) Actually, Synth Addict mentioned it being a Chemical Brothers track, which does sound familiar. Anyway, if anyone out there reading this has any connections, maybe you can reach out to someone that can fix this?

For the rest of us, not sure how the following will help, but if anything it will bring some attention to the problem amongst the synth community.

via Synth Addict:

"What users can do:

Post a video on YouTube of yourself demonstrating a filter sweep on a synth or synths of your choice and tag it #FFS

Attached image created by Andrew Brooks on FB [the image directly above, in this post], as a joint effort with the chat community of Pro Synth Network, GEO Synths, and SonicState.

bogus YT claims received so far by:

Pro Synth Network
GEO Synths
Andrew Brooks
Starsky Carr
…and growing"

Update: and the first #FFS video:

FFS - February Filter Sweep

video by Vague Robots

And a couple more:

Monday, October 24, 2022

GPUAudio Major Synth In the Works

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 132 with Special Guests, GPU Audio! video upload by Pro Synth Network

Some initial pics and specs below. The above is talk with GPU Audio mentioning the upcoming software synth.

"Music Technology Discussion with Rob Puricelli, Ben Simpson & Kent Spong and our special guests, GPU Audio!

This week we're joined by Jonathan & Sasha from GPU Audio, a company that is shaking up the performance of computer-based music making with their Digital Sound Processing platform that unlocks a standard GPU to handle audio production with next-gen performance capabilities. Compatible with the VST3 standard, as well as custom software, GPU Audio dramatically enhances performance by offloading processing from a computer's CPU to its GPU.

And they will be showing a WORLD EXCLUSIVE of something very new and very exciting that has been made possible by their innovative technology. DON'T MISS IT!!!

Grab the GPU Beta Plugin Suite here...

0:00 - Intros and welcomes
08:30 - GPU Audio Interview
47:08 - WORLD EXCLUSIVE Reveal of 'Major', the first GPU Synth!
1:09:10 - AcousticSamples V-Horns Saxophones -
1:33:25 - The Rise of Akai Professional Book Kickstarter - ttps://
1:36:57 - LABS Electronic Antique -
1:39:22 - Future Retro are back under new management! -
1:42:23 - Guk AI Sistema Synth -
1:46:19 - UVI Falcon updates to 2.8 -
1:52:41 - Arturia Rendez-vous Event -
1:53:38 - Synthfest U.K. 2022 Retrospective/Thoughts
2:09:22 - Thank yous and goodbyes!"

Major’s hybrid synth engine provides you with the best of both worlds - 8 synthesizer oscillators and 8 sample based oscillators, 8 independent layers with uniquer effects chains, envelopes and independent output routing. Built-in editable plugin chains save your resources and insert slots for the library of other GPU Audio powered effects. From rich, multi-layered textures to independent bass and synth lines all within a single patch - Major makes a statement as the world’s first GPU-powered synthesizer.

-Multi Layer Hybrid Synthesizer Virtual Instrument
- 8 Independent layers with mixed audio/midi routing.
- Flexible automation for most parameters using MIDI controllers, internal modulators or host automation
- MPE enabled
- Up to 4x oversampling and up to 64 bit length for real-time or individual "bounce mode"
- Per layer:
- 8 Synth-based + 8 sample-based oscillators
- 16 voices per oscillator
- OSC: 5 Alias-free waveforms incl White Noise
- OSC: Up to 128 voices per note
- OSC: PWM for all waveforms
- OSC: Detune, Stereo Spread, Panning and Filter Routing balance
- OSC: FM modulation between oscillators
- WaveOSC: Attack and Loop Wave players
- WaveOSC: Stereo Spread, Panning and Filter Routing balance
- Two 12,18, 24db/oct HP, LP and BP filters with resonance
- Two Host-Sync LFO with 5 waveforms
- 8 Envelopes with different curves
- Internal cascade of Distortion, Chorus, EQ, Delay and Reverb with variable order
- Up to 32-step Arpeggiator with swing
- Up to 32-step Gater with swing
- Two StepLFO with up to 32 steps and swing
- Two MultiControls for easy automation
- Spectrum analyzer
- 16 modulation lines per each modulation panel
- Legato, Polyphonic and Polyphonic Legato modes
- Incredible Mass-Preset for Random Patching across all parameters, effects, layers, oscillators etc.

Friday, August 26, 2022

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 125 with special guest, Ben 'Benge' Edwards!

video upload by Pro Synth Network

An interview with Benge aka zack dagoba. Don't miss his Vintage Synth TV episodes.

"Music Technology Discussion with Ben Simpson, Kent Spong, Rob Puricelli and special guest, Ben 'Benge' Edwards!

Ben Edwards, known professionally as Benge, is an English musician and record producer based in Cornwall, England. The main focus of his work is within the experimental electronic music field. He launched the record label Expanding Records as an outlet for his debut album 'Electro-Orgoustic Music' in 1995. His tenth solo album, released in 2008, was called 'Twenty Systems' and featured 20 individual tracks, each based around a specific synthesizer

Over the years Benge has amassed a large collection of electronic synthesisers, drum machines and studio equipment which is housed in his 'Memetune Studio Complex'. From here he writes and records his own music as well as working on his many collaborations

Since 2012, Benge has released a regular series of online solo albums via his bandcamp and iTunes pages. These albums regularly feature his "one-synthesiser-per-album" concept, whereby he limits himself to creating a full album using a single electronic music system

He's worked as a co-writer and producer with many luminaries of the Electronic Music scene, such as John Foxx, Wrangler (Stephen Mallinder), Blancmange (Neil Arthur), Creepshow (John Grant) and many others, as well as pursuing his own musical projects such as Oblong and Fader

2022 saw the launch of The Memetune Show on his YouTube channel. This show, hugely reminiscent of late 70s/early 80s BBC/PBS technology shows, is a part tongue in cheek, part serious exploration of vintage synthesizer and video production technology"

Friday, September 30, 2022

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 130 with Bob Coover of Groove Synthesis!

video upload by Pro Synth Network

"Music Technology Discussion with Rob Puricelli, Ben Simpson, Kent Spong and our very special guest, Bob Coover of Groove Synthesis!

This week we're delighted to welcome Bob Coover of Groove Synthesis, a new synth company that launched this year with their debut product, the utterly fascinating, gorgeous sounding and award winning '3rd Wave', an unashamed and unabashed homage to the late, great PPG Wave but with so much more besides. We'll be digging into the the inspiration for this machine, the credentials of those behind it and why wavetable synthesis is currently enjoying a long overdue renaissance!"

See the Groove Synthesis label below for more. You can find an earlier interview here.

Friday, July 14, 2023

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 171 with Special Guests, Dan & Mitchell from Cherry Audio!

video upload by Pro Synth Network

"Music Technology Discussion with Rob Puricelli, Kent Spong and our very special guests, Dan Goldstein & Mitchell Sigman of Cherry Audio!

This week we're delighted to welcome back Dan & Mitchell of Cherry Audio, a company that in the last few years has grown its reputation for quality, affordable and quite excellent software synths that emulate some amazing synthesizer classics such as the ARP Quadra, Novachord, Jupiter 4 and 6 as well as classics like the Memorymoog, Synthex, GX1/CS80 and Polymoog, plus their own Dreamsynth & Sines!

Join us to hear all about the latest synth to be added to their collection, the Octave Cat!"

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

IK Multimedia Announces iRig KEYS PRO

iRig KEYS PRO Overview - The full-sized-key universal mobile keyboard for iPhone, iPad, Mac/PC

Published on Dec 3, 2013

"iRig KEYS PRO gives you the best of both worlds. It's a super-compact, bus-powered, "plug and play" MIDI controller that you can use anytime and anywhere. Yet despite it's small footprint, if offers full-size, velocity-sensitive keys, allowing for a realistic playing feel. With its 37-key (3-octave) keyboard, you can play legitimate two-handed parts. What's more, it has loads of pro performance features, and comes with cables and software for iOS devices — Lightning and 30-pin — and USB for Macs or PCs.

Continue reading at"

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Friday, September 29, 2023

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 182: With Special Guest, Brad Holland of Isla Instruments

video upload by Pro Synth Network

Update: follow-up video here.

"This week we are joined by the owner and founder of Isla Instruments, Brad Holland. Brad burst onto the scene with the innovative KordBot and then followed it up with the utterly amazing S2400, an instrument that took its core inspiration from the classic E-MU SP1200 and rocketed it into the 21st Century!

Now, on the cusp of the next Isla Instruments release, the hugely exciting Caladan synthesizer, Brad joins us from his Florida base to tell us all about it and give us an insight into its development and the team behind it."

Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Synclavier Regen Special

video upload by Pro Synth Network

"Synclavier are best known for their mighty computer-based instrument in the late 70s and early 80s. It was an FM behemoth that added sampling and high-quality digital multi-tracking to its repertoire.

Alongside systems such as the Fairlight CMI, it was the stuff of dreams for most of us. But now, in 2023, Synclavier are back with the Regen!

Synclavier has very kindly loaned us a unit to take a look at, so why don't you join Rob as he unboxes and discovers the new Regen, first-hand, with no prior knowledge! Ask questions, share thoughts and join in the fun!

We appreciate your help! All donations go directly toward making the show run smoothly. If you'd like to help support our streaming platform, you can make a donation via PayPal here:"

Friday, October 28, 2022

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 134 - Synthplex 2022

video upload by Pro Synth Network

"Music Technology Discussion with Ben Simpson, Kent Spong & Rob Puricelli!
This week, we're hoping to bring you some live coverage of Synthplex 2022 in Burbank, CA with roving reporters, Dr. Manny Fernandez and Andy 'Synthaddict'! Plenty of synths and carpet! ;-)"

Saturday, November 26, 2022

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 138 with Dan Goldstein & Mitchell Sigman of Cherry Audio!

video upload by Pro Synth Network

"Music Technology Discussion with Rob Puricelli, Ben Simpson, Kent Spong and our very special guests, Dan Goldstein & Mitchell Sigman of Cherry Audio!

This week we're delighted to welcome back Dan & Mitchell of Cherry Audio, a company that in the last few years has grown its reputation for quality, affordable and quite excellent software synths that emulate some of the more quirky synthesizer classics such as the ARP Quadra, Jupiter 4 and Realistic MG-1, as well as classics like the Memorymoog, Synthex and Polymoog, their own Dreamsynth and their latest instrument GX-80!

Join us to hear the story behind the creation of GX-80, an instrument that fuses together two giants from Yamaha!

0:00 - Intros and welcomes
10:17 - Cherry Audio Interview -
1:21:27 - Korg Collection 4 -
1:32:59 - Virharmonic Bohemian Cello -
1:42:35 - Sonicware LIVEN LoFi-12 -
1:53:46 - Sonicware SmplTrek -
2:02:30 - Sonicware Live Stream Announcement -
2:05:36 - Thank yous and goodbyes"

Friday, October 13, 2023

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 184 w/ Dan Goldstein & Mitchell Sigman of Cherry Audio

video upload by Pro Synth Network

"Music Technology Discussion with Rob Puricelli, Andrew Longhurst, Kent Spong and our very special guests, Dan Goldstein & Mitchell Sigman of Cherry Audio!

This week we're delighted to welcome back Dan & Mitchell of Cherry Audio, a company that in the last few years has grown its reputation for quality, affordable and quite excellent software synths that emulate some amazing synthesizer classics such as the ARP Quadra, Novachord, Jupiter 4 and 6 as well as classics like the Memorymoog, Synthex, GX1/CS80 and Polymoog, plus their own Dreamsynth & Sines!

Join us to hear all about the latest synths to be added to their collection, Harmonia and the brilliant recreation of the PS-3300!

We appreciate your help! All donations go directly toward making the show run smoothly. If you'd like to help support our streaming platform, you can make a donation via PayPal here:"

Friday, August 05, 2022

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 122 with Special Guest, Dina Pearlman!

video upload by Pro Synth Network

"Music Technology Discussion with Ben Simpson, Rob Puricelli and Kent Spong.
This week, we are so excited to welcome back Dina Pearlman!"


Friday, May 18, 2012

SoundPrism 2.5 Update - Videos

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YouTube Published on May 18, 2012 by Audanika

"An overview over all the new features in SoundPrism and SoundPrism Pro 2.5"

Update: SoundPrism 2.5
SoundPrism Pro and StepPolyArp
SoundPrism 2.5 Sound Demo with MoDrum, NLog Pro and Sunrizer
MIDI-In in SoundPrism Pro 2.5
Touch Point Visualization in SoundPrism
Switching between Keyboard View and Pitch Selections
Velocity in SoundPrism Pro 2.5
Advanced MIDI Settings in SoundPrism Pro 2.5
Disabling "React to local MIDI" in SoundPrism Pro 2.5
Enabling Fullscreen Mode in SoundPrism

SoundPrism Pro - Audanika GmbH
StepPolyArp - Midi Step Polyphonic Arpeggiator - Laurent Colson
MoDrum Rhythm Composer - finger
NLogSynth PRO - tempo rubato
Sunrizer synth - BeepStreet

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The press release:

"Erfurt, Germany, March 18th 2012

Audanika, developers of the iOS touchscreen instruments SoundPrism and SoundPrism Pro have today released a new version of their popular apps featuring new MIDI control features (Pro only) and support for the new gorgeous display of the new iPad. SoundPrism, which has already been downloaded by more than 500,000 musicians, producers and DJs lets users create pleasing music using a simple and beautiful interface without any prior knowledge of music theory.

With its new MIDI features SoundPrism Pro is now able to be used as a destination for other MIDI controllers which means its sound packs can be triggered by other iOS MIDI apps, or even external controllers like USB MIDI-keyboards. It is now even possible to route the MIDI information generated by SoundPrism Pro to iOS arpeggiators like StepPolyArp and back again into SoundPrism Pro. Furthermore SoundPrism Pro is now also compatible to the DSMI standard which lets it connect to Mac, Windows and even Linux systems.

To get a better idea of the amazing possibilities of SoundPrism Pro’s MIDI control features take a look at our YouTube video here.

Soundprism Pro can connect with your PC/Mac via a wireless network or USB MIDI using the iPad Camera Connection Kit. It is available for $7.99 (50% sale from $15.99 for a limited time) whilst the standard app is a free download.

About Audanika
Audanika GmbH creates innovative digital music instruments. We're a group of academics with a background in software development and new media who have dedicated large parts of our lives to either learning, playing or teaching music. Our goal is to enable more people to do so and fall in love with their creations just as we did."

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Arturia Announces BeatStep Pro

Arturia presents BeatStep Pro, Pure Sequencing Powehouse

Published on Jan 22, 2015 Arturia Web

"Arturia’s musical heart beats bigger and better with world-class controller and step sequencer

GRENOBLE, FRANCE: music software and hardware developer Arturia is proud to launch BeatStep Pro — an all-new world-class controller and dynamic performance step sequencer — at The NAMM Show 2015, January 22-25 in Anaheim, California...

Having wowed crowds at last year’s Winter NAMM show with the introduction of its breakthrough BeatStep, a compact chameleon controller and step sequencer that’s as powerful as it is portable, this time Arturia is taking things several steps further forward by introducing its bigger brother, BeatStep Pro. As an all-new world-class controller and dynamic performance step sequencer that is unmatched in power and connectivity, BeatStep Pro has been designed to professionally perform — onstage or in the studio. Whether you’re working with MIDI-, USB-, CV/Gate-, or DIN Sync-equipped gear, BeatStep Pro helpfully has your back by covering all bases and more besides. Indeed, its CLOCK connections can work as a 1:1 clock with an external clock generator or DIN Sync, so you can be sure that anything and everything you’ve got connected will play happily in time together leaving you to focus your energies on creative performance.

Put simply, BeatStep Pro has been designed from the ground up to provide an amazing hands-on hardware sequencing experience with 16 touch-sensitive knobs for entering of pitch, gate, velocity amounts, and timing shifts per step. It includes two independent (colour-coded) monophonic step sequencers, each with dedicated displays to show the current playback position and bank length of the currently selected sequence. SEQUENCER 1 and SEQUENCER 2 have been greatly expanded with up to 64 steps per sequence, 16 sequences per project, and 16 projects, making BeatStep Pro one of the most impressive step sequencers ever made. Moreover, each sequencer has its own 1V/Oct CV (Control Voltage) and (10V) GATE outputs to connect to suitably-equipped analogue monosynths, such as Arturia’s award-winning MiniBrute or MicroBrute, together with a separate VELO (Velocity) output to allow for even more possibilities when working with a modular synth system setup.

An additional DRUM sequencer allows for 16 separate tracks of sequencing. Record in quantised realtime via the 16 pressure sensitive pads or use the 16 step buttons for a classic drum machine workflow. Speaking of which, when working in SEQ1 and SEQ2 mode those pads can control pitch transposition as well as accessing various musical scales — such as Chromatic, Major, Minor, Dorian, Mixolydian, Harm Minor, Blues, and also a User setting — while the DRUM sequencer itself also has eight DRUM GATES at its disposal (to send gate outputs from the corresponding pads for triggering external devices). Drums and sequences living in perfect harmony, see? Believe us, seeing is believing!
BeatStep Pro is also a controller, of course. Switching from PROJECT to CONTROL MODE means users can trigger clips in their favourite DAW (Digital Audio Workstation), play drum sounds from an external module, or adjust parameters in their favourite plug-in. Possibilities are (almost) endless, limited only by (lack of) imagination.

Indeed, the well-specified, super-slender BeatStep Pro is a highly-desirable design. One which goes well beyond any other step sequencer currently on the market, thanks to an added arsenal of performance effects such as a realtime ROLLER/LOOPER touch strip; PROBABILITY, RANDOMNESS, and SWING settings; plus other hands-on controls that are sure to make it a modern-day classic for tomorrow. To see one is to surely want one. Just as well, then, that it comes complete with a Kensington lock to ensure that it stays with its rightful owner!

BeatStep Pro will be shipping in Spring 2015 and available to buy directly from Arturia online or through the company’s global network of dealers and retailers for €249.00 EUR/$299.00 USD."

Monday, February 20, 2017

SOUNDMIT 2017 - International Sound Summit - Torino - 3/5 November 2017

Published on Feb 20, 2017

"Born in 2017 from the experience of SYNTHMEETING event in Torino, It is its natural evolution and inherits all the know-how acquired in six long years of work and success.

SOUNDMIT - International Sound Summit, created from the same working group of SYNTHMEETING, is the new and biggest event dedicated to musical instrument's world in Italy.

Entered in the Turin art week on 3/5 November 2017, SOUNDMIT welcomes the SYNTH MEETING and opens the doors to other sectors of the musical world: Software, Dj Point, Makers, Schools, Recording studios, Record labels, Luthiers, Dealers and Manufacturer are just some of the innovations included in this new event."

And the official press release:

"Torino, February 2017

SYNTH MEETING present SOUNDMIT (International Sound Summit)

We are pleased to finally announce the developments of the S YNTHMEETING o f Torino during the last months.
The SYNTHMEETING , which began in 2011 from an idea of F rancesco Mulassano a nd ran till 2016 together with Luca Torasso, will be part of a newest and bigger event.

After the success of the sixth edition which brought over 2 500 visitors and 60 international brands to Torino, we have decided to take a step forward.

In 2016 we set up the Associazione Culturale NOISECOLLECTIVE with the founding members being Francesco Mulassano, Luca Torasso and Luca Minelli ( ) then we enlarged the network with some acquisitions. Are part of NOISECOLLECTIVE :

- SYNTHMEETING , the only event dedicated to the world of synthesizers and electronic musical instruments capable of involving over 2500 people and 60 international brands (data from 2016)
- The Facebook group SYNTH CAFÈ, with more than 14,000 members is a reference point in the field of synthesis and electronic music in Italy, created by L uca Minelli in 2011.
- The music portal ULTRASONICA h as been an online reference point since 2004 for music news and live event photos with an exclusive photographic archive which hosts over 12,000 photos.

- The Facebook group STRUMENTI MUSICALI USATI with 5400 members is among the largest and most active italian groups for buying and selling musical instruments on Facebook.

These acquisitions have immediately incremented the network guaranteeing a group of nearly 22,000 members.
After the closing of the sixth edition of the meeting we immediately started working on creating a new event which inherits the know-how gained through the experience of the SYNTHMEETING and the other events which followed in these months (MOD01, OpenDay, The Golden Synth Era with Felice Manzo, Arduino and Synth with Pier Calderan, Modular Synth Masterclass con Gino Robair).

SOUNDMIT - International Sound Summit (

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Wireless MIDI via OSC using Pianist Pro

Another step closer. Is this the first iPad instrument/synth app with native OSC support?
YouTube via MooCowMusic — April 21, 2010 — "New for Pianist Pro in the V1.2 update.

Control your DAW and hardware synths wirelessly via OSC with Pianist Pro. Use Pure Data (a free application for both OSX and Windows) on your PC to receive the OSC calls and translate them into MIDI messages to suit your setup.

Play your digital piano from the sofa, or even from another room...

For more information see our website at-"

via MooCowMusic:
"We've added OSC support so that you can use your iPad to control your DAW or hardware synths wirelessly. All you need to do is install a simple (and free) application called "Pure Data" onto a PC / Mac on the same wireless network as your iPad, and use the provided patch to convert the OSC messages sent by Pianist Pro into MIDI messages. Those MIDI messages can be recorded on your DAW, and control soft or hardware synthesisers. Pure Data patches are easily configured to suit your setup. Play your digital piano from your sofa, or even from another room!

We are just putting the finishing touches to this free update and hope to have it submitted to Apple in the next couple of days.
For more information about Pianist Pro, please see our website-"

moocowmusic on iTunes:

Another step closer. Is this the first iPad instrument/synth app with native OSC support?

The holy grail will be the ability to go directly from your iPad to your hardware synths for multi-track sequencing (with virtual sliders and knobs to control assignable parameters), along with the ability to sync your native iPad synths with your external gear, all, of course, wirelessly. The only way this will scale across multiple apps is if we have a new standard - here's hoping OSC becomes that standard.

Currently I'm aware of three manufacturers with hardware MIDI for the iPad:
Akai's SynthStation25
Line 6's MIDI Mobilizer
iConnectivity's iConnectMIDI
I'm not sure if any of these plan to use OSC. If you are watching, please look into this.

Currently I have my eye on iConnectMIDI. There's no mention of OSC, but if you look at the iPad/iPhone app icons on their website, you will see what looks like an icon for Pianist Pro.

BTW, I just created an OSC label. As you can imagine searching on OSC brought up a ton of posts mentioning oscillators rather than Open Sound Control. That said, I'm sure I'm missing a ton of OSC posts in the archives. If you spot any, comment in the post, or shot me an email and I'll update it.

Saturday, March 30, 2024

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 208 - 4th Anniversary Episode - SPECIAL GUESTS!

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SynthAddict's MATRIXSYNTH cap from 19:05 on gets the post. :)

"Music Technology Discussion with Kent Spong, Andrew Longhurst & Rob Puricelli!

It's our birthday!! 4 years ago, we decided to start doing a livestream and here we are, 4 years and 208 consecutive episodes in! Join us as we celebrate 4 years of mayhem, nonchalance, sarcasm, wit, vim and vigour and the occasional discussion about synths and music tech!"

Friday, November 11, 2022

Pro Synth Network LIVE! - Episode 136 with Special Guest, Marcus Ryle!

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"Music Technology Discussion with Rob Puricelli, Kent Spong & Ben Simpson and our special guest, Marcus Ryle!

Every now and again, we are able to persuade legends to join our show and share their stories with us. This Friday is one of those times. We are honoured to be joined by Marcus Ryle, a name so revered in synthesizer and music technology that he really needs no introduction.

Marcus will be telling us all about his history in the business, his time with Oberheim, both then and now and all the other pies he has had his finger in. Sit back and enjoy!

We appreciate your help! All donations go directly toward making the show run smoothly. If you'd like to help support our streaming platform, you can make a donation via PayPal here:"

Friday, May 10, 2019

Superbooth 2019 Make Pro Audio Networked Controllers

Published on May 10, 2019 sonicstate

Previous posts.

New eurorack module:

"We all love Eurorack for all the infinite possibilities it presents to create new sound machines. However, when you aspire for more voices and more timbres within Eurorack, that usually requires a significant amount of space and budget outlay. That leaves you no viable options, other than to leave your Eurorack and attempt to connect with outboard gear that does not easily integrate. Now – with Dino Park – you gain access to a world of infinite sonic possibilities, while staying within your Eurorack!

Dino Park is not fixed synthesis architecture – it is as flexible as your Eurorack. It can load different “synth models” which feature radically different forms of synthesis – including vintage subtractive, additive, wavetable and FM – providing infinitely expandable and exciting sonic capabilities in every Eurorack.

Now increasing the sonic potential of your Eurorack has never been easier, or more affordable! . For newbies, Dino Park offers an easy, cost effective and gratifying way to start off their rack journey with a big sound foundation. For Eurorack veterans, Dino Park can close a lot of gaps and enrich any Eurorack performance. True “ best of” utility in big analog sound with the recall-reliability of digital.

We offer three Dino Park kits for the Eurorack"


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