Published on Mar 19, 2019 Carl-Mikael’s Cabinet of Curiosities
“This punk style DIY Arturia Drumbrute Impact Tutorial shows you how I take apart and modify this analog drum machine. Spray paint and sticker bombing FTW.
You get to hear a handful of different beats made on the Impact playing with different drum machine effects pedals; Empress Effects ZOIA, Elektron Analog Heat, SOMA Lyra 8 FX,
Published on Mar 17, 2019 Synth Chaser
Published on Mar 15, 2019 Fabbri’s Midnight Librarians
“I finally scored a vintage synthesizer I’ve been lusting over, the Ensoniq EPS 16+ Rack. In this video I unbox, open up, clean and then play a strange and spooky demo found on one of the included floppy disks.”
via False Electronics where you’ll find the full write-up. A few pics of the front panel and what’s under captured here.
“Despite the popularity of this synth and the number of mods documented online, there isn’t a lot of information on some of the parts used, so hopefully this will be useful to others.
There are 3 main PCBs, all mounted to the sheet metal case and connected together with
via this auction
“I have a significant amount of time [both mine and others] and money invested in making this work.
I am at my limits of abilities to work on it. I can get a display to run but no sound because of the Proz-mismatch.
The PPG has the latest Virtual Music 8.3 ROMs. I am including a second set of ROMs as well.
I would refer to this below from Alexander from Virtual Music [link
Published on Mar 8, 2019 Artifact Electronics
“Today we have a look at my new Moog Sonic Six which is non-functional except for the power light and some random noise. We get it up and running.”
via this auction
“Rare Vintage E-Mu Modular Synthesizer. I loaned this instrument to Matt Bellamy of MUSE in the early 2000’s, you can see it in use in the studio photo. Condition is Used. Includes Keyboard (but no cables for the keyboard)”
Pic of the inside below.
Premiered 2 hours ago Really Nice Audio
1. VCS3 Repair & Mods Part 1
A dead VCS3 hits the bench. What could have caused this nasty chain reaction?
2. VCS3 Repair & Mods Part 2
In this episode we repair the blown MFC6070 by replacing it with the MFC234 from
This replaces the unobtainium part and swaps it for the more ‘sought after’ germanium