Modular System & Korg Monotribe Meet In The Klirrfaktor’s Krautstep

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Sunday Synth Jam: The Klirrfaktor performs Krautstep, adding “Maybe this track is to dirty, noisy or trashy but it`s fuckin cold and all those stupid politicians round the world go crazy and i’m very very angry. ”

Technical details below:

  • Beats: MFB Schlagzwerg + Electro-Harmonix Metall Muff, Doepfer A-106-1 + ART Pro Channel
  • Bass: Bubblesound uLFO & WMD Gama Wave Source + Wiard Borg Filter modulated by MakeNoise Maths
  • Lead: Pittsburgh Generator + A-124 Wasp Filter + Ibanez SM7 Smash Box + A-199 Spring Reverb
  • FX/Percussion: Korg Monotribe & all the other modules 😀

Video Generator With Max & Max For Live (Sneak Preview)

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This is a sneak preview of Julien Bayle’s Video Generator for Max & Max For Live:

I’m currently designing a video generator core structure able to react to my music.

The architecture will include a basic structure (again simplicity) and will be provided with music, probably.

You can get more on the Video Generator project at Bayle’s site.

Sneak Preview: The Dewanatron Triple Slice Eurorack Synth Module

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This is a preview, via bigcitymusic, of the new Dewanatron Triple Slice synth module:

Here is the incomparable Dewanatron Triple Slice eurorack module being modulated with the Kilpatrick K4815 Pattern Generator. We start out with the SINE VOLUME on the Triple Slice all the way down, then push it up full.

We are controlling the amount of STIR in the Triple Slice with the beautifully illuminated mod wheel on the Analogue Systems rs600 Performance Wheels module, which controls the amount of LFO. We start the video with no STIR, then add a little at slow and medium speed. The Triple Slice sounds beautiful straight, but really comes alive with a bit of STIR added!

Maplin Function Generator Oscillator Demo

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This is a demo of the Maplin Function Generator (oscillator) synth DIY kit.


  • Microcontroller-based function generator capable of producing square, sine, sawtooth or triangle waves
  • The wave shape and frequency are adjustable via on-board push buttons
    0-5V output and audio output that can drive a small speaker, up to 1W
  • Requires a 12V power supply

If you’ve built the Maplin Function Generator, leave a comment with your thoughts!

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