Tracks from The James Newman Groove Orchestra Upcoming Release: ‘This side of the curse’

Published on Aug 16, 2018 Audio Illustrator

New tracks from supporting MATRIXSYNTH member, James Newman’s upcoming release, ‘This side of the curse’. You can find track details including their inspirations for the videos further below.

“This will be the opening piece for a 9 piece album I’m working on inspired from Biblical ideas and truths/passages and in a Pink Floyd/Orchestral mixed style.

VGM #145: Main Theme (Diddy Kong Racing) Ft. RichaadEB

Published on Aug 17, 2018 Ace Waters

“No, we are not making a Diddy Kong Racing album. I just heard his cover and it inspired me to do a cover of my own. And then maybe a second one in a few weeks. Good to make goofy music with this boy again. Enjoy!”

Save 50% off Arturia’s virtual instruments in Past To The Future sale

Arturia Past To The FutureArturia has announced that its award-winning virtual instrument emulations are available at 50% off during its Past To The Future promotion. For a limited time, all single Arturia instruments are available at half price, making it the perfect time to pick up a classic instrument or two for your digital studio. Arturia invite users to […]

An Exercise for the Moog Model 15

Published on Aug 16, 2018 Moog Music Inc

“In this video, Max Ravitz synthesizes an exercise in sonic motion using his MPC 1000, eurorack, and the Moog Model 15 modular synthesizer.

Max Ravitz is an accomplished designer of sounds and composer of murky, melodic electronic music designed to elicit movement in the body. Performing under the solo moniker Patricia, Ravitz has released music

Moog Grandmother played around first contact

Published on Aug 16, 2018 Matthias plays

“Hi just got my hand on a Moog Grandmother and am very touched by the sound it creates. As well as the 70s look makes the feel alike. A great synth to play around with. It is capable of almost any sound you can think of in a analog domain mono ;).”

Analog wave morphing like wavetable synths? Yes you can, and here’s how

Published on Aug 15, 2018 loopop

“Wavetable synths are a lot of fun but strictly digital. Is it possible to recreate their wave morphing capabilities for analog waveforms and sounds? Well, I wouldn’t be asking if not.”