Published on May 24, 2020 George Benton
“It’s funny…I started with a totally different idea that morphed into this!
At the key change I pressed a key on the lower keyboard to move the pitches up and also used a Q128 switch with a footswitch attached that allowed me to switch from sawtooth waves to square waves on the lead sound.
Drone – two oscillators tuned a fifth apart
Wind – noise run
Published on May 17, 2020 Ariyo Shahry
“Moog One and 5U Modular synthesizer jam. The base of this system is a Synthesizers.com System 66. Over time I’ve added other modules to my system.
Multitrack recording and drums are programed using Reason Studios
The video is shot on Fujifilm XT3 camera body with a Fujifilm XF 56mm F/1.2 Lens
In this video the following modules are featured:
Published on May 16, 2020 George Benton
“Starts light, heats up in the middle and toward the end, then cools off. Ahh…”
Published on May 14, 2020 Synthesizer Reviews
“Moog Unit. Dotcom. 5u. Large Format. Whatever you want to call it, it’s goregous. There is no ‘best’ format in moduar synthesis, but this one happens to be my favorite.”
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“The Studio-110 is our largest pre-configured Studio system. The six oscillator base cabinet is topped by a 22-space cabinet, an inverted 44-space cabinet, then a special crown piece. The system includes our 24-stage Q119 sequencer, plus two Moog-Style Q960 8-stage sequencers, sequential switches, and interfaces. The top row contains a complete three-oscillator synthesizer with
Published on May 9, 2020 DoveAudio
“Had this sequence setup for fun, found it was in E and then played with some chords which all ended up in a Major chord.
Dove Audio MuSeq getting clock from the Drumbrute. MuSeq is then clocking the Q119 sequencer in time.”
Published on May 6, 2020 Autotross
“A breezy soundscape created using a 5U / MU format modular synth.”
Published on May 3, 2020 George Benton
“So I tend to use sawtooth waves all the time. This time it’s all pulses. The drone is 2 oscillators tuned a fifth apart with a sweeping filter. The low pattern is 2 oscillators tuned to unison. The fast high pattern is a single oscillator running through a Moog Delay. Lead sound is three oscillators, 2 at unison and one an octave higher. All pulse waves.
Published on Apr 14, 2020 George Benton
“Wanted to record once more before I tear down and rebuild with some new modules. It rambles so I threw in some funny bits in the video. It was me and a friend doing a mad scientist routine for Halloween.”