Published on Jan 17, 2019 therudyrude
“Using inverter to transform a Lopass filter into a Hipass”
Published on Jan 17, 2019 2kB of Fun
“In this video I open the best selling 1988 Korg M1* synthesizer to install a new battery. The factory presets are loaded back onto the machine using ROM cards and through MIDI with a computer.
* The M1 family sold ± 500.000 pieces.
Requirements factory restore cards 0:48
Requirements factory restore MIDI 1:38
Battery needed 2:11
Published on Jan 15, 2019 Mystic Circuits
“Dont let the name fool you, this module is quite a bit more than just an envelope. Patch in a gate and your output will behave as a normal sustain- release envelope, staying high while the gate is high and slowly decaying once it goes low. Patch in audio and you have an envelope follower, extracting amplitude data from whatever signal is coming in.
Published on Jan 16, 2019 MAKEN0ISE
“Let’s talk about the LOYAL ORDER OF THE WOGGLEBUG. If you have a Wogglebug, you are automatically a lifelong member.
Grant Richter is lord of all Wogglebugs.
Is the Wogglebug your Synthesizer’s ID MONSTER? Should you FEAR the Wogglebug? Yes, and maybe.
Accept no substitutes.”
Published on Jan 15, 2019 Pioneer DJ
“Get the most out of your TORAIZ SP-16 sampler and step sequencer with our series of tutorials. Our tutorial series will both introduce you to the functions of the #TORAIZSP16 and show you how to use the TORAIZ SP-16 to its full potential. To discover more about the SP-16 visit: http://bit.ly/2Rj5lG4”
TORAIZ SP-16 Tutorials: The Analog Track
Published on Jan 14, 2019 Luke Neptune
“From 1988 to the present day, we take a little journey through some classic synth sounds of dance music and learn how to recreate them along the way.
-If you own a Prophet 6 or OB-6 then you can purchase all the sounds featured in this video here http://www.lukeneptune.com/soundsets/”
Published on Jan 14, 2019 VCV Rack Ideas
“I continue my track making tutorial series from scratch! This time I am going to the world of Dub Deep Techno! This genre (or style) requires the beauty of Ambient and the groove of Techno. Well, take a look at what I got. I hope you will enjoy.
0:26 – Chords
2:36 – Kick
3:26 – Hat
4:58 – Pluck
7:06 – Lead\pad
12:29 – Bass
20:46 – Snare
Published on Jan 14, 2019 AutomaticGainsay
“Here is a demonstration of the sound and functionality of the filter section of the Moog Opus 3. This is a single 24dB per octave Moog ladder filter that can be applied to the “brass” and/or “organ” sections of the Moog Opus 3.”
AutomaticGainsay Moog Opus 3 videos.