“This little-known module seems to promise the impossible: Take the output of any two oscillators (or even just one oscillator – sawtooth wave preferred), patch them through this, and get voltage-controllable through-zero linear FM effects from the output – with four different waveforms. But that’s what it does, simulating a form of FM known as phase
“I’m sure a lot of you know the AJH Synth Gemini 2412 by now, a uniquely featured dual filter based on the classic early SEM designs. If you don’t know anything about it yet check it out [here], but in this video I’m pushing it, bending it, and slapping it around with some feedback patching to see what happens and see what new tones we can come up with.”
“Here is a quick panel overview of the Intellijel Morgasmatron.
This is the third generation of Intellijel’s much loved Korgasmatron filter designed in collaboration with David G. Dixon. For obvious reasons, we considered naming it the Korgasmatron III. But once we experienced the purity and range of its finely re-tuned filters; the warmth of its
“When you hear that Jason from Manhattan Analog is making a new filter you stop and take note. His MA35 and SVVCF are both fantastic so I knew this would be too. The Steiner Synthasystem VCF is gorgeous based on Nyle Steiners work with the Synthasystem and brought to life authentically in euro rack format.”
“Here’s the second episode in our series exploring patch creation on the mighty Behringer DeepMind. Today we take a look at a bass patch, discuss how important pulse-width is when layering square-waves and discover that basses often sound great as arpeggios in the upper registers!”
“Control is pleased to present “Demystifying Maths 101,” an introductory intensive on the Make Noise Maths lead by Martin Doudoroff.Are you baffled by or afraid of Maths? Is Maths just sitting in your rack, neglected? Or are you just curious what the fuss is about? We’ll straighten all that out for you in this introductory workshop on one of the most versatile tools in Eurorack.
“Are you ready to get into synthesis but don’t know how to get started? Our resident synth head, Justin Delay, is ready to help you understand the basics so you can start experimenting. Today, he’s running through some different oscillator waveforms. Enjoy, and stay tuned for more synth lessons from Justin.”