Published on Mar 23, 2019 artoftravelogue
“This is a demo of my prototype for a voltage controlled motor driven oscillator. This was developed in 2015 and performed with later that year at Chicagoland’s Knobcon. The sound and everything you hear is directly from the instrument and not processed in any way. Check out my channel or website for other interesting instruments.”
A system of synthesizer modules built on a shared hardware platform.
More info – https://starling.space/via
The shared DNA of the modules, if you care to know
Analog circuit, digital control
Basic analog processing blocks are brought to life with flexible digital signals.
A set of programmable controls, inputs, and outputs provides the foundation for each module.
Published on Mar 14, 2019 Konstantin Tokarev Assatiani
“Making some house music on the handmade synths. Tokarev Protosynth V1LP on the left and the new ‘H7Synth’ on the right, both running polyphonic modes. Drums and MIDI from FL Studio.”
via Frequencey Central
Whiteface is based on the legendary ARP 4023 VCF module often found in “whiteface” Odyssey Mk1.
Whiteface is available both fully assembled and as a PCB/panel set.
Whiteface PCB set, and panel: £30 GBP
Whiteface assembled module: £140 GBP
Build doc for DIYers: Whiteface Build Document
For orders and queries please contact me at:
Published on Mar 5, 2019 Pj Tardiveau
“The SynTesla is a Steampunk Synthesizer build around a serie of Tesla Vacuum tubes. The sound generator is based on a Waldorf Streichfett Expander.”
Demos with a Rhodes Chroma & TB3 Published on Jan 24, 2019 Martin Pavlas
A new programmable MIDI USB controller from Martin Pavlas of https://www.electrasid.com
“Electra is a fully programmable MIDI controller for studio or live rig equipment. The controller provides real-time visual feedback for up to 36 MIDI controls at once. Features high resolution 360 degree pots with touch sensing and a
Published on Feb 10, 2019 Konstantin T
“Making some music on this new synth Ive been messing with for a couple of weeks.”
Published on Feb 3, 2019 Isn’tses music
“The Fort Processor is an experimental synth and noise effects circuit created by Isn’tses as part of Fort Process sound art festival 2018.
Available now as a DIY PCB or full kit.”
“The Fort Processor is an experimental noise synthesiser and audio effect circuit designed by harsh fun noise duo ISN’TSES (Tim Drage & Lisa McKendrick) for Fort
Published on Feb 4, 2019 Carlos Alberto Gutiérrez Vera
Published on Dec 30, 2017 graywolf2004ru
Note the videos range from 2017 to 2019.
“For a long time I was seeking for an arp that would allow me to do things like in hardware and finally decided to develop my own one. I took all the best I found in hardware groove boxes and arpeggiators (Korg Electribes, Novation Nova, arrangers) and combined it into single intuitive tool.