cat, cats on tuesday, clavia, instagram, mixtape alpha, nord, Photography, Synthesizers
Taro plays a DSI Mopho. From Sawa Masaki on flickr.
Via matrixsynth. Spot the cats.
“Erica Synths teaser ‘Rocket Science’ by team rider $KODEK.
Gear: MPC1000, Erica Synths DIY modules (hexinverter.net MIDI2CV, TH4046 VCO, Yusynth APR VCF, Erica Synths double VCA, MFOS dual AR generator, Erica Synths mixer, Yusynth Output module with mods), Korg Volca beats (clap and hi-hat).
Staring: LUSIS the Cat
via Imants Dexys on The MATRIXSYNTH Lounge
From DarkSideoftheTune on SoundCloud. Submitted by Shawn Shirey via our Facebook page
A Howling Free Sample Library from Dark Side of the Tune
Hella Kitty is a 39 sound library containing cat sounds that were altered with a vocoder to create robotic and ethereal sound design options.
Source synthesizers include:
Moog Slim Phatty
Doepfer Dark Energy
As always, if you like these sounds, please consider stopping by the shop and checking out the other libraries for purchase at www.darksideofthetune.com
Free Library: docs.google.com/file/d/0BzLbZ1FMX…/edit?usp=sharing
I have of course downloaded this one
Via matrixsynth, where you can see more photos of the synth (a Roland HS 60) minus the cat.
Emily sings in front of a modular synth and sequencer. I also see a Korg mini Kaoss pad.
Submitted by Gunfire Horibly via our Facebook page.
By Crawling Wind via gearslutz.
“Savu prefers the Ensoniq sound!”
There are actually some Ensoniq sounds that I miss, though I was able to re-create most of them in E-MU Emulator X.
analog, arp, cat, cats on tuesday, Synthesizers
Currently listed for sale here. “This vintage MS20 is THE MS20 to buy if you’re looking for an original Korg 35 filter version in both great physical and functional shape for a very reasonable price and shipped from WITHIN THE US, NOT JAPAN, WITH US VOLTAGE! As said earlier, this MS20 has the original Korg 35 filter circuit chips (no screw/daughterboard in the VCA section, front panel has the more grey-ish hue than the later versions, which typically have a more jet black-ish hue). It’s in great physical condition for its age, with only minor surface blemishes, and no missing parts, broken parts, major dents, or major damage. The only flaw I can think of is a very small chip out of the bottom of one of the keys (not visible when viewed from above; doesn’t affect function). There is also a vintage sticker on the right end cap, which could be easily removed…”