Watch me Dance in Giorgio Moroder style

January 5, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · 1 Comment 

This time an 80s clubstyle track, with new Korg Polysix and SCI Prophet VS. More to follow

Korg Electribe S mkII: TR808, Oberheim DMX, Linndrum sounds
SCI Pro One: bass, claps, stabs
Korg Polysix: rhodes, strings
Sequential Prophet VS: arps, strings
Minikorg 700S: lead
Crumar Performer: layered strings
Boss SE70: fx, vocoder

John Travolta’s great SNF performance copyright Paramount 1977. I felt it fitted best. In case of any complaints by copyright holders, just contact me directly and the video will be replaced.

Purely experimental

October 22, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Some really nice tweaking going on by Chris Carter and it is nice to hear the BC8 in action

This is a brief tribute I made to the experimental work of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop who recently staged a performance in London, that I couldn’t attend. All the sounds and loops originate from the BC8 synth, the Gakken SX-150 synth and the BugBrand Weevil synths. All the effects and processing is done with the Boss pedals. Oh yeah… and I did the whole thing ‘upside down’.

All you can eat synths :-)

October 6, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Don´t really know what the Mercedez mark has to do with anything, but there sure is plenty of synths around

dr.squ 1995:

– Atari 1040STE
– C-Lab/Emagic Notator SL
– C-Lab Unitor 2
– Emagic Export

– Boss BX-16
– Yamaha FX900

– E-mu Esi32
– Korg Wavestation SR
– Roland Juno-106
– Yamaha TG500

– Casio VL-Tone
– Yamaha PSS-110

Cool effects processing using the BOSS SE-50

February 13, 2009 · Posted in Electronic Music · Comment 

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0CBWw0M4vo&eurl=http://matrixsynth.blogspot.com/&feature=player_embedded]

What the author says about the demo:

“Quick demo running through the presets of this early 90’s fx unit. I have a simple sequence playing on a Roland HS-80 (Alpha Juno 2 with speakers) using an unfiltered saw wave without chorus running into the left channel and a couple of preset patterns from a Roland TR-626 Rhythm Composer in the right channel. There are some algorithms (such as Stereo Mixer and “x” + “y”) that have seperate parameters and/or effects for each channel. In Vocoder mode, the HS-80 acts as carrier signal and drum machine as modulator. Using half the width of a single rack space, this compact unit is great for live situations. With a street price of $400 back then, the SE-50 gave a lot of bang for the buck.”

Enjoy :-)

Space echos with Moog

May 28, 2008 · Posted in Electronic Music · Comment 

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyVOv955oD8]

A short movie clip of some Moog Voyager running through a Boss RE 201 Space Echo which is based on the legendary Roland RE201 tape echo. Nice!!

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