Published on Jun 11, 2019 Sbranvlztronics
“Capturing the waveforms from Yamaha TX81Z FM synth on an oscilloscope. The TX81Z, made in the 1980’s, is a 4 operator frequency modulation digital synthesizer, with 8 waveforms options for each operator.”
Published on Jun 4, 2019 bd594
“Sorry, It has been a while since my last old school computer remix. Can someone tell me what phone number I am dialing? Hint listen to the other end answer the phone. The audio is optimized for stereo headphones. About 60% of my time was spent programming the DECTalk vocals for Ice Ice Baby. It was really tough to keep the vocals in sync. Back in 2009 I used a 8
Scanimate: The Origins of Computer Motion Graphics from LinkedIn Learning on Vimeo.
This one is for the video synthesis fans out there. As for the Synth Rorschach, see what specific synths you are reminded of watching this one. This one is in via Soviet Space Child.
“Digital artists have been trying to replicate the ephemeral quality of graphics from the 70s and 80s for years. But nothing
Published on May 11, 2019 Synth Chaser
“While restoring this ARP Axxe I found that the voltage controlled filter wasn’t working right–it wasn’t filtering anything! In this video we put the filter into my ARP Filter test fixture and track down the problem using the schematics.
Parts, service and synthesizers available on my website.”
You might recall Sound Semiconductor announced the availability of the SSI2164 QUAD VCA chip back in March of 2018 (data sheet here). The SSI2154 is technically an updated design of the classic SSM2164 found in the Octave Voyetra Eight, Siel DK 600, Opera 6 & Kiwi, and the full blown Waldorf Wave. Analog Renaissance was commissioned by Sound Semiconductor to write an application note on the chip