NSFW: Gear videos may never be the same after iVardensphere’s Interesting View On Music Gear.
IVardensphere is a Canadian band that mixes tribal drums with ‘pounding analogue synths’.
The Serge lovers at Quadslope.com have announced another free album of electronic music that features a heavy dose of Serge Modular goodness, Probe:2 The Quadslope Compilation.
Here’s what they have to say about the new album:
We are proud to report word of a new transmission received from the Quadslope Probe as it slides effortlessly through the abyss. This one comes from an unorganized thought void of time or light. The Probe and it’s sensors have been re-calibrated to listen only mode. These are the raw, unmixed, and unedited sounds that are captured in real time therein. The trained ear can isolate Punch and Judy, flowing Banana Beards, and an excitable T-Rex, chomping on rocks amidst the jungles and woodlands of an indescribable origin.
Download Probe:2 The Quadslope Compilation at the Quadslope site.
Here’s a Saturday Synth Porn fix for those of you with a Serge fetish: A Serge M-Class modular system, featuring Quadslope, Creature, SQP and Gator M-odules.
Delay provided by 2 Malekko 600 Bright pedals. Shot on Kodak Zi6 in macro.
This is the Serge SQP by Sound Transform Systems and the VC Tabla module by Cynthia. The sequencer is controlling various parts of the Creature and Gator M-odules.
The Serge Smooth / Stepped Generator is very deep.
Here are a handful of patches that highlight some of the functions that can be performed through patch programming the different sections of this module.
For more info and patching ideas see the SSG Hi jinx pages at serge-fans.com.
Bananalogue has introduced the Serge VCS Eurorack Module.
Designed by Seth Nemec and Ken Stone with the cooperation of Serge Tcherepnin, the Serge VCS universal slope generator is now available in Eurorack modular format from Bananalogue.
The VCS packs a lot of functions into a 16hp module.
It can also act as an oscillator, LFO, modulation source and more.