Mechana – A Lonely City – Yamaha SS-30 track laying…

Craig Sue Sound

“This is a quick snippet showing me laying up the Yamaha SS-30 part for a
track on my new Mechana ep entitled “A Lonely City”… The SS-30 is going
through a Electro Harmonix Small Stone, and, out of shot my Meris 500 series Mercury 7 Reverb… Enjoy…”

For the following release:


“A 3 track ep of lots of Synth textures and melodies inspired by

DreamsOfWires ‘Lost soundtracks’ Available now – Analog Synth Horror Music


“8 tracks, all analogue synths, 6 recorded as live sessions, 2 early tracks re-mixed/re-recorded, inspired by some of the horror/sci-fi/dystopian/creepy movies of my youth.
Available here:
See album description on Bandcamp for more details.”

Lost Soundtracks by Dreams Of Wires

“A collection of recordings from the ‘DreamsOfWires’ YouTube

Mirror Systems – Benge performs live on 7 classic Modulars

Note the above appears to be a collage of previously posted videos. Mirror Systems is now available on Bandcamp. Benge also brought us 13 Systems, and 20 Systems before that. You can find them and more on Benge’s BandCamp site. Mirror Systems is a continuation of his modular explorations. Benge also performed as part of John Foxx and The Maths.

“A 43 minute film to accompany my latest

Isolation – COVID-19 Response Compilation

Isolation by Fuzzy Panda Recording Company

This one is in via Dave Vosh who appears on the compilation.

“Isolation is a compilation benefitting Bread for the City’s Covid-19 Response Fund. Bread for the City is a nonprofit in Washington, D.C. that provides food, clothing, and social services to those in need. COVID-19 has hit economically vulnerable

The Incredible Sounds of the Synclavier II Album on Translucent Blue Vinyl

via this auction

“Synclavier II LP NED 2 Synthesizer Private Press Blue Wax w/ inserts Issued in 1981

Cover is a plain white stock cover.No seam splits, creased corners, writing or stickers.

Record is Near Mint with no wear. Excellent gloss and shine.

A –Denny Jaeger Untitled
Programmed By [Major Programming], Keyboards [Performances By], Composed By – Denny Jaeger
Programmed By [

Omri Cohen Opus III – Full Album

Omri Cohen

“Here it is on Bandcamp –…
Here it is on Spotify, iTunes, and more –…

00:00 – String in Chaos
05:34 – A Point in Time
11:14 – Hyphae
19:34 – Mycelium
29:07 – Prickly Pear
36:07 – Synesthesia
45:33 – Morph
51:38 – Modular Quartet in E minor

If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider

The Galaxy Electric – Tomorrow Was Better Yesterday – Album Trailer – Cosmic Tape Music

New album coming from supporting members, The Galaxy Electric [featured here on MATRIXSYNTH].

Pre-Order The Album HERE:…

Enjoy this trailer featuring clips of all the songs from our upcoming second full length album “Tomorrow Was Better Yesterday” – these clips are all mixed seamlessly together and set to space age era imagery and Super 8 film footage

Robert Mason’s Stardrive (1974)


Robert Mason’s Stardrive on eBay. Not finding it on Amazon at the moment.

“Robert Mason’s Stardrive rip through a set of cosmic instrumentals. Mason used 2 Arp 2500s combined to produce early polyphonic sounds. It’s a little known classic that is unlike anything else.”


1. Stardrive – Funkascensions. Classic funky fusion with 2 ARP 2500 synths.
2. Stardrive – Ballad (I)

m3ld by Takla Makan

m3ld by Takla Makan

New music from Tony Allgood, the man behind, featuring the following:
Oakley Modular both 5U and Euro
Roland Alpha Juno 2
Novation Summit
Oberheim OB-Sx (mostly preset C3 and small edits thereof)
Oakley SRE330 ensemble and ADR30 delay effects”Takla Makan is the artist name of Tony Allgood.

During the 1980s Tony played keyboards in a variety of bands including

Higher Levels by Moognase/Blipmusik

Higher Levels by Moognase/Blipmusik

New album from supporting member, Moognase

“The album ‘Higher Levels’ was created using three different Yamaha QY sequencers, the QY700, QY100 and QY70. The album is a fun collection of pieces dating from 1997 to 2020.

The music this time around is a bit more folky and closer to traditional music (and even circus music) than my usual material. The music was