Vintage synthesizer sound tutorial series featuring the Minimoog
supported by UVI: http://bit.ly/retrosound-uvi
The infamous lead sound in Pink Floyd`s “Welcome To The Machine” made with the Moog Minimoog Analog Synthesizer (1975)
album: Wish You Were Here
Video Clip La Femme D’argen (2008 EMI)
Performed live by Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel. Recorded at AiR, Studio Atlas.
a film by Guillaume Delaperriere, executive producer : Luigi&Luigi
From the Album Where We Are.
Music video for Painful Like performed by Austra.
Buy Painful Like at iTunes – http://smarturl.it/PainfulLike
Sweet little synthpop song from Girl v1, background video details below:
Slightly psychedelic leftfield English synth pop duo Girl v1 broke up before their first album was finished. A stash of demos was found, including a first draft of what would have been their first album.
Join the Electronic Sound Music Club to get a free download of the album, exclusive to members. For more details go to http://electronicsound.co.uk
Vote for the Korg LFO Module in the littleBits bitLab today!
The LFO module is currently under consideration for manufacture at the littleBits BitLab. At the BitLab, visitors can view proposed new modules and vote for the ones that they’d like to see manufactured.
The LFO is an oscillator module that allows you to make slow sweeping changes to sound parameters in the synth kit or with other littleBits modules. You can control the following parameters directly on the module:
- Rate/Frequency knob (speed of oscillation)
- Waveshape control knob (change the duty cycle of a pulse wave or morph a sawtooth to triangle to ramp waveform)
- Waveform selection switch (select triangle/saw or pulse waveform)
The input of the module controls the amplitude of the LFO. An onboard LED shows the rate of oscillation.
Daybed – Lack of Light. EP now available at: http://geneticmusic.de/index2.htm
Mannerfelt / Haydo | Radio Mohave
Label: Avian – AVN019
Format: Vinyl, 12″
Released: 31 Mar 2015
Vibrant Digital Engineering has introduced Diode-108 – a new drum machine app for iPad.
Diode-108 comes with a variety of built-in vintage, classic, and acoustic kits, but you can also mix and match the samples provided or import wav files to create your own kits.
- Drag and drop effects let you put effects on individual beats!
- Drum kits licensed from respected partners. Dubsounds, Samples From Mars, Orange Tree Samples, and 99Sounds.
- 16 drum voices with unlimited patterns that you can arrange into your own songs
- Each pattern can have its own swing and tempo multiplier
- Every voice has PER BEAT control of pan, volume, tone, pitch, decay, compression, and distortion, delay, and reverb.
- Turn NOTE MODE on for any voice and control the musical note (up or down an octave from the original pitch). Great for basslines or pitched percussion
- Wav sample import
- Mix and Match kits (easily substitute any sample in any kit). Want an 808 kick in a 909 kit? No problem.
Diode-108 lets you export your songs as wav files to SoundCloud, DropBox, or iTunes, or send them through Audiobus to other apps on your iPad.
Diode-108 is available now for US $5.99 in the App Store.
Learn more and download Take for free: https://www.propellerheads.se/take
Take Creative Vocal Recorder is the fastest app for capturing your ideas on iOS so we figured we’d show you Take in action with the fastest video walk through. Record your voice, load backing beats, sing along with yourself, add effects, and even tune your voice from subtle pitch fixes to “that” hip hop sound. When you’re ready, share your song ideas to Discover on Propellerhead to share your music with friends or to invite a world of other music makers to collaborate with your music.
Here’s what’s new in Take 2.0:
- Tune your voice – stay in tune or go full-on robot voice with Take’s Voice Tune effect.
- Clean up, distort or color your recordings with effects on each channel
- Give your tracks a “final mix” sound with mastering presets
- Sing in a key that works for you with transposable backing tracks
- Trim your songs to the desired length
- Numerous performance and usability improvements
Take is a free download from the App Store.
Some close up features of the upcoming KOMA Elektronik Komplex Quad Sequencer right before Musikmesse! Now, the sequencer length is displayed by the LEDs beneath each step as it is changed momentarily. The Komplex Sequencer is driving the pitch and filter cutoff of the Korg MS10 while the Volca Beats provides a rhythm. The KOMA Elektronik RH301 provides the master clock.
For more info and preorders visit: http://www.koma-elektronik.com
Hot Chip will release their sixth album and second for Domino, Why Make Sense?, on 18th May 2015. Recorded in Oxfordshire and London and produced by Hot Chip with Mark Ralph, Why Make Sense? is the band’s follow up to 2012’s critically acclaimed In Our Heads.
Hot Chip will be touring the US, UK & Europe in support of Why Make Sense? this May and June including an intimate club show at Oval Space in London on 14th May 2015. More information: http://live.hotchip.co.uk/
Production company: Black Dog Films
Producer: Jacob Swan Hyam
Head of Black Dog: Katie Dolan
Production Assistant: Stephanie Werrell Smyth
DoP: Benoit Soler
1st AD: Chris Kelly
Art director: Ezra Piers-Mantell
Costume designer: Kate Tabor
Gaffer: Mark Holownia
Focus Puller: Anthony Hugill
Girlfriend character played by Sophie Francesca
Video within video DoP: Beau Scott
Editor: Leila Sarraf at Trim
Colourist: Paul Harrisson at Finish
VFX and online: Ross McDowell
With thanks to Pod Equipment Hire.