the SQ-1 is used for sequencing, does it very well
A little bit H9 Reverb was used, nothing else.
The video is in 3 parts, the part 2 and 3 are going a bit more the “modular way”…
The Futursonus Parva Synthesizer
Each of Parva’s eight voices features three digitally-controlled analog oscillators, producing sawtooth, triangle, and PWM waveforms with accurate pitch and tuning stability.
A pair of two-pole state-variable filters can be configured for a 12dB or 24dB low-pass or high-pass response, or split for bandpass or notch filtering. Four four-stage envelope generators and four multi-waveform low-frequency oscillators feed a flexible modulation matrix, allowing for virtually limitless sound design options.
Eight voice polyphonic synthesizer with flexible voice assignment
Three oscillators per voice
Flexible dual filters
100% analog signal path
Digital patch management and control
USB master port so you can connect USB MIDI controllers directly to it
Aluminum case and knobs
Pricing and Availability
Parva is expected to ship in Summer 2015. Pre-orders will begin in February, with the standard polyphonic Parva retailing for under $1000. An expandable monophonic version will also be available for under $500.
A little Vangelis-inspired ambient improv featuring the Polysix running through the ValhallaVintageVerb and Ableton’s stock phaser, chorus and flanger in series. The effects are controlled by the Launch Control.
Novation Launch Control
recorded a couple notes on my piano and added them to Absynth.In sample mode I had the 3 OSC all play the samples back at different times
I recently got the Monomachine, and thought I’d share my first sound experiments. I love it! The only sounds that are based on custom waves are the ones used in the last tune (Metroid 8-bit). I snagged them from Chipsounds for some Nintendo love
I’ll do some proper videos later, but I thought I’d just share what I have so far. Also I bought a new pair of speakers/ monitors – so hopefully there will be no more mud in my mixes. Already I think it sounds much better than what I’ve been doing earlier.
Percussion: Akai Rhythm Wolf
Main four bar riff: Dreadbox erebus
Lead : Roland SH-101
Intro: SH-101 with the Rhythm Wolf synth under it.
Deep bass in second half: Roland JD-800
80bpm using the internal clock in Rhythm Wolf.