Nori Ubukata | Cracking the DX-7 code

Published on Dec 4, 2019 Arturia

“In the early days of FM synthesis, only a few synth masters were talented enough to crack the code of the DX-7 and create patches that were simultaneously innovative, inspiring, and sounded fantastic. Nori Ubukata was one of those people.”

Georgia – Against The Clock

Premiere in progress. Started 7 minutes ago FACTmagazine

10 minutes to compose a track.

“It’s been a banner 2019 for North West Londoner and multi-instrumentalist Georgia. After making her name as a session drummer for artists such as Mica Levi and Kate Tempest, her heady swerve into electro-pop this year landed her spots on BBC Radio 1’s A playlist and an appearance at Glastonbury’s Park

Expressive E – Discovering Osmose with Bill Laurance (prototype unit)

Published on Dec 3, 2019 Expressive E

“Osmose was made by musicians, for musicians. We’ve been on the road asking some of our favorite artists to try our prototypes.

Pianist, keyboardist and composer Bill Laurance’s music evokes a striking sense of time and place. As an original member of three-time Grammy Award-winning, globetrotting, genre-defying group Snarky Puppy, Laurance has toured the

Wendy Carlos Interview 1989 BBC Two

Published on Sep 3, 2019 automatic_bazooti

“Wendy appeared on the BBC in 1989 and is best known for the scores to A Clockwork Orange, Tron and The Shining.”

Roland Keyboard Rigs with Steven Weston (UNKLE)

Published on Dec 2, 2019 RolandChannel

“As keys man for UNKLE, Steven Weston is tasked with recreating the classic cuts from 1998’s Psyence Fiction – and pushing the band’s live sound in bold new directions. In this video interview, he reveals how he does it all with the Roland SYSTEM-8.

The Roland SYSTEM-8 is a direct result of over four decades of synthesizer development, including some of

Steve Levine | Revisiting New Wave with V Collection

Published on Nov 28, 2019 Arturia

Arturia V Collection on Amazon

“No one starts by producing records for Culture Club and The Beach Boys straight away, but Levine’s humble beginnings as a tape-op and tea boy and CBS Studios in the mid-70s put him at the right place, at the right time to witness an amazing change happen in the industry.”

La Fraîcheur & Florian Meindl | Shaping Berlin’s sound with MatrixBrute

Published on Nov 27, 2019 Arturia

“In her studio, La Fraicheur uses the Arturia MatrixBrute as her go-to instrument when she’s looking for an inspiring sound to kick-start a track. Making the most of the immediate, hands-on nature of its parameters, in-built sequencer, and deep-diving mod matrix, she can easily experiment, tweak, and refine to create the evocative, imaginative sounds that have

Important Interviews with Richard Nicol talks to Matthew Cook of WYWS in Tokyo

Published on Nov 26, 2019 Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers

“Richard and Matthew discuss the WYWS eurorack modules and why Matthew started building eurorack modules.

WYWS Bandcamp Page – https://wyws.bandcamp.com/merch”

This is the first post to feature WYWS on MATRIXSYNTH. Current offerings as of this post for the archives:

WYWS MS1010 10 Step Sequencer/LFO Eurorack Module

14 hp ~30mm

The Art Of Production: Surgeon’s Techno Live Setup

Published on Oct 29, 2019 Resident Advisor

LepLoop, Octatrack, and OTO Boum.

The Art Of Production: Surgeon’s abstract live setup

Published on Oct 29, 2019 Resident Advisor

SOMA Lyra-8, Roland SH-01A, OTO BIM, and EHX looper.

The Art Of Production: Floating Points – Yamaha CS70

Published on Nov 1, 2019 Resident Advisor

“Floating Points runs through the magisterial Yamaha CS70 and shows how he used it to make “Requiem For CS70 And Strings” from his new album, Crush.”