SundaySynth #28 : Sequential OB6 Filter Tweaking

Published on Apr 20, 2019 Khoral Central

Sequential 0B6 + Elektron Digitakt

Matzoh Man and KOMA Field Kit [Episode 134]

Published on Apr 20, 2019 CatSynth TV

“The Matzoh Man returns for Passover this year. This time, his rendition of Dayenu is used to drive the KOMA Field Kit via a contact mic. Audio is routed to the Field Kit’s enveloper follower to drive the solenoid and sundry objects. In the final segment, we use Matzoh Man’s audio and the envelope generator to also drive the Morpheus Z-plane filter from

Roland TL-12 Teaching Laboratory + 2 TLC-1 Boxes

via this auction

You can find a brochure for the TL-12 on Retro Synth Ads here. A couple were previously listed for sale here.

This is the first post to feature the TLC-1. It has the following connections: Phones, Mic, From Inst, and To Main Unit.

Korg VOLCA FM + KEYS Ambient Jam/Improv

Published on Apr 20, 2019 DreamsOfWires

“Just something simple: Korg Volca FM + Keys – Sync’ed, internal sequencers, EOS2 reverb, a pad sound, and some video clips of the Arizona desert. Enable subtitles for a few notes pertaining to the video.
I had a lot of trouble syncing these two. I don’t know why, as I had no problems with the Keys and Monologue together, but I’ve had various advice on

Electro-Harmonix Micro Synthesizer V3

via this auction

“Awesome vintage synth pedal in fully working condition and great cosmetic condition. This one is the coveted ‘Version 3’ and was made in the 1990s.

It has been modded by Loophole Pedals for the Tier 1 true bypass mod and has a blue led for better visibility.

Also INCLUDES the original power supply ($20+ value.)

About the pedal:

This Micro Synth V3 is the reissue version of

Honest Opinion // Pocket Operator Modular 400

Published on Apr 20, 2019 Enrique Martinez Music

“Semi Long term review of the pocket operator modular. Had it for a month now and here are a few of my findings with the POM400 by teenage engineering.”

Roland SH-1000 Vintage Analogue Synthesizer

via this auction

“Here’s a beautiful Roland SH-1000. There are some obvious signs of age because this is Roland’s first synthesizer and is almost 50 years old. Completely functional. All sliders, pots and switches have been cleaned. No scratchy noises!”