Uploaded on Jan 30, 2019 sequentix
Spotted this one on sequencer.de. Apparently there was a software editor for a Kontakt GX1 pictured below. If anyone has additional info on them, feel free to leave a comment.
via robotmakers on Muffs:
“Here’s a Kontakt instrument I put together that models the Yamaha GX-1, with its quirky interface and idiosyncratic features. The instrument is based on a
Published on Jan 18, 2019 ljs8888
Published on Jan 8, 2019 TheEndorphines
“For all the musicians who own or plan to own Endorphin.es instruments together with Ströme, we prepared inspirational video – tutorial of some possible approaches and patching techniques they use for their legendary live performances.
The video is very detailed so grab your Shuttle System and Blck_noir patch and play together with Ströme”
Published on Dec 26, 2018 Luke Killen
“I’m abandoning this here.”
Published on Dec 24, 2018 ljs8888
Published on Jun 9, 2017 Frequency Manipulator
“A work in progress. I have got as far I can working purely in the K2600. I have run out of MIDI channels. I should have built my percussion with more concise use of resources.
Sequentix Cirklon Sequencer triggering 16 channels of Kurzweil K2600r. I spent time recording and preparing all the source material using Avid Protools, Redmatica
Published on Jul 27, 2018 Hawkeye
“Welcome to the first part of the video build tutorial of the new MIDIbox SEQ v4+!
[ UPDATES/ERRATA – IMPORTANT! ]
1:35:18 – use 20 MHz crystals for the PIC 16F88s! Value/part in the BOM has been corrected.
1:37:00 – the 100N caps are for C3, C6, C9, C12 (not C1-C4). The BOM was correct. Thanks, Keir!
This is a detailed step-by-step build video tutorial with
“+ [Special note for track A9 – SHFTR_CA#BB1] => A huge shout of thanks to Richard D James for gifting me a Sequentix Cirklon sequencer and PreenFM2 synth during my Regional Arts Fellowship in 2017! This was the first track I made using this gear. You can also read up more about my open source Farey Sequence FM programming tool for the PreenFM here =>
Published on Aug 26, 2018 Luke Killen
“I played a short live set in Sydney this weekend. My last video was of the first quarter of the patterns which i’ve developed over the last few weeks, but there are a lot more, so decided that i’d string together the rest of the patterns which made to cut.
The set was only half an hour so i made about 20 minutes worth of patterns so i could linger and
Published on Aug 20, 2018 Telekom Electronic Beats
“CYRK are Berlin-based live performers and producers who are self-professed “hardware geeks” and the latest to give a ‘Tech Talk’ on Telekom Electronic Beats TV. Members Sierra Sam and Pascal Hetzel detail why they’ve chosen a modular synthesizer setup, how live improvisation feeds into their productions plus how their hardware-heavy setup