http://www.vimeo.com/15125292 We don’t always succumb to the hypnotic wonders of blinky lights, but Joel Altfeld’s video for The Grand is one of the more stylish synth porn videos we’ve seen in a long, long time.
We haven’t featured any cute babies busting tech house jams here before, so here you go!
dkimcg shows how to use thousands of dollars of modular synth gear to make cool oscilloscope graphics. Here’s the details: Based on the math behind a Lissajous curve using a Cwejman stereo ringmod. You can patch a similar thing with the sine waves of a quadrature oscillator (offset 90 degrees), and 4 additional oscillators (self-oscillating resonant… Read More Using A Modular Synth To Make Cool Oscilloscope Graphics
2009 NAMM Show: Akai Professional announced the APC40 Control Surface – a sexy new hardware controller designed specifically for Ableton Live. Akai Professional partnered with Ableton to make the APC40 an optimal Ableton Live control surface. Because Akai Professional and Ableton designed the APC40 specifically for using with Live, you won’t need to map or configure its… Read More Akai APC40 Controller For Ableton Live
This video, via Dan from Schaack Audio, demos a single Percussa AudioCube controlling Slicex in FL Studio.
This is a quick demo of a prototype of the Quad Multi-Mode Gates. Only the Doepfer monster case was used, everything is just blinking alluringly, attempting to distract you (worked on me!). Doepfer A-155 randomly sequencing a Livewire AFG sine, Doepfer A-147 square wave clocking Doepfer A-149-1/2, Doepfer A-149-2 random gates triggering QMMG CV triggers and… Read More Non-Specific Acid With A Prototype Make Noise QMMG
Tenori-On Dreaming – Composed & Performed by Gianni Proietti using only the Yamaha TENORI-ON.
A mellow acid track featuring the SE BassLine x0xb0x as 303. Sequenced on the genoQs Octopus, with 909 for drums and a little Machinedrum and virus TI. Not sure if this is awesome or if I was just hypnotized by all the blinky lights…..