This video captures a workshop by William Mathewson on his WMD Eurorack modules. Continue reading
Moog today released a major firmware update for the Moog Sub 37 analog synthesizer.
The update adds a variety of step sequencing features, including step edit mode, skips, ratcheting and per-step mod sequencing; control voltage mapping that lets you control just about anything via the external CV inputs; and the option to add randomness to the oscillator tuning.
Synth module makers WMD and SSF recently announced that their Eurorack modular synthesizer keyboard system, The Monolith, is now shipping.
The developers are positioning the Monolith synth as a pro level monosynth that also serves as a bridge for newer users to learn modular synthesis.
Matia Simovich, from the band INHALT, is one of the sound designers for the factory bank of the Dave Smith Sequential Prophet 6, a 6-Voice Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer. Semovich shared this long-form demo video of some of the upcoming Prophet 6’s sounds.
Simovich related some additional information about the sounds you hear in the demo:
Synth module makers WMD and SSF are excited to announce the availability of their new Eurorack modular synthesizer system: The Monolith. The developers are positioning the Monolith synth as a pro level monosynth that also serves as a bridge for newer users to learn modular synthesis.
The Monolith is comprised of a 37-key keyboard with 104 hp Eurorack rails loaded with the WMD-SSF collaboration line of fifteen modules. Complete with power supply and 25 patch cables of assorted lengths, the Monolith is a fully-functional, completely customizable modular synth with a wide palette of tones that the user can patch from scratch.