Hacking an Arm Prosthesis to Output CV for Thought Controlled Synthesis

Hacking my arm prosthesis to output CV so that it plugs into my synth: Thought-controlled music!

Published on Feb 13, 2020 Bertolt Meyer

“Together with Chrisi from KOMA Elektronik and my husband Daniel, I am in the process of building a device (the ‘SynLimb’) that attaches to my arm prosthesis instead of the prosthetic hand. The SynLimb converts the electrode signals that my prosthesis picks up

The Galaxy Electric – Cosmic Tape Music – Improvised Modular Performance – Ancient Alien Forest

Published on Feb 13, 2020 The Galaxy Electric

“Thanks for listening! Come on a musical voyage with us where we’ll send you a new song every day, a cosmic story, and a chance to earn space treasure: https://thegalaxyelectric.lpages.co/5…

Today’s trip involves a minimal yet sonically rich pairing; Buchla Music Easel, Vocals,Tape Delay and CV Controllable FX

Come with us as we go on a light

Patch and Tell – E4 – Onde Magnétique OM-1 Cassette Synthesizer + Drone + Envelope Follower

Published on Jan 21, 2020 The Galaxy Electric

“Thanks for watching! If you are interested in the sound of TAPE you can check out some sound examples of Digital vs. Analog here: https://thegalaxyelectricshop.com/pro…

In this installment of Augustus Green of The Galaxy Electric’s Patch and Tell we explore the OM-1 Cassette Synthesizer by Onde Magnétique designed by Scott Campbell out of

Analogue Solutions Generator Step Sequencer & Studio Electronics Boomstar 8106

Published on Aug 21, 2019 Perfect Circuit

“The Analogue Solutions Generator is a combination multi-channel sequencer and touch controller perfect for taking control of your modular or semi-modular synthesizers. Designed for real-time improvisational performance, the Generator allows you to alter the rhythm and generate variations by using the onboard touch plates. In this video, we use the

Common Ground Anglerfish & Effect Pedals

Published on Jul 8, 2019 Fahmi M.

“Anglerfish, a 6-voice standalone square wave synth, with playable touch keys, light-sensitive cross-modulation with UV LED indicators, master tilt EQ, and built-in dimmable light control. The Anglerfish can be used to create deep drones, squeaky microsounds and haunting rhythmic explorations with the twist of a knob. Anglerfish is the first self-released DIY

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

Common Ground Anglerfish DIY Kit Action!

Published on Mar 26, 2019 KOMA Elektronik

“The new Common Ground Anglerfish in action. Starting off with some additional delay and frequency shifter effects by the KOMA Field Kit FX, towards the end without any effects. Casually narrated by Wouter.”

See this post for details.

KOMA Elektronik ANGLERFISH – Common Ground DIY Kit

Published on Mar 26, 2019 KOMA Elektronik

“Anglerfish is a 6 square oscillator noise and dronemaker for experimental and drony sounds! Use the light controls with the built-in LED or use an external torch to modulate the pitch! Drone on! This DIY Kit is suitable for beginner solderers. Anglerfish is the first self-released DIY Kit by Common Ground, designed by Bridget Ferrill.

The Pitch of

Volca Modular & Koma Kommander

Published on Mar 3, 2019 Geylo Follen

“A quick fx sound with the volca modular. Modulating via cv with the kommander thanks to its dual infrared X-Y motion controllers.

Pads: Korg Sq1 connected via midi to s5000 sampler.
2:14 cv mod spring reverb
2:50 cv mod filter
3:49 fx sound
4:14 party”

Introduction to the KOMA Field Kit [Episode 106]

Published on Jan 21, 2019 CatSynth TV

“We introduce the KOMA Field Kit, and a standalone box with combines modular synthesis with electro-acoustic features such as driving external DC actuators (solenoids, motors, etc.), contact mics, a CV-controlled radio input (FM, AM, shortwave), and more.

We go through a few short examples:
1) Contact mic
2) Radio
3) Solenoid and objects in the Field Kit