DFS Blue – How to use the Kontakt version
Published on Dec 8, 2013 GoldbabySamples·9 videos
“Basic instructions on using the Kontakt version of DFS Blue: http://www.goldbaby.co.nz/dfs_blue.html”
“Goldbaby is a huge fan of hybrid analog/digital synths. This pack was lovingly sampled from some of these amazing instruments: PPG Wave 2.2, DSI Prophet 12, Ensoniq SQ80, Kawai K3m, Mutable Instruments
Published on Dec 7, 2013 synthartist69·1,141 videos
Published on Dec 7, 2013 cephal0p0d·75 videos
“I added another output to the Quadrille patch fed by the value port on an existing EG, routed that directly to output 9 which is the SPDIF that feeds the ES4. I don’t know if its v/oct accurate, but I’m getting useable envelopes out of it, and that’s a damn good start.”
Euro rack vs Audulus via ES4
Published on Dec 7, 2013
Poly-Neptune Vol 1: Free Ableton Instruments (Chords Demo)
“I was curious what chords might sound like on a polyphonic Spectral Audio Neptune II, so I multi-sampled mine and created 5 Ableton instruments using Sampler.
You can download the Ableton live set with the free instruments at: www.audiobombs.com/items/285/poly-neptune-vol-1″
Published on Nov 29, 2013 soundsLogical·45 videos
“Grab it now at http://sound-guru.com. A trailer and short demo of The Mangle, a new granular synthesizer plugin for AU on Mac and (soon) VST on Windows.”
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Using ChucK to control a Eurorack modular synthesizer. from Icaro Ferre on Vimeo.
“I love integrating software and hardware so, even since I’ve started learning ChucK, one of my main goals was to write a program that I could use to control my modular synth.
This video shows one of my experiments using both technologies to create some very interesting glitchy patterns.
Here’s a super nerdy