mini MIDI to CV converter with Gate and Trigger outputs
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mini MIDI to CV converter with Gate and Trigger outputs

Thanks for the reply - It looks to be exactly what I need. I've got my guitar controller breadboarded and working, but the CV output isn't accurate enough with the circuit I'm using for the MIDI to CV (PIC with 8-bit DAC) and this looks ideal.


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  Jamuary 2022 day 23 with the Novation Circuit Rhythm
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Jamuary 2022 day 23 with the Novation Circuit Rhythm

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  #JAMuary #22: Matriarch beats & bloops with OB6 pads
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#JAMuary #22: Matriarch beats & bloops with OB6 pads

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  Drum machine recommendations
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Drum machine recommendations

Looking for some drum machine recommendations. Only requires is an audio output for each drum track so I can record then as sepereate tracks into ableton. Looking for something under £300.

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  Livestream #9 Korg Kaossator 2 and Idiopan Domina Improvisation #jamuar...
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Livestream #9 Korg Kaossator 2 and Idiopan Domina Improvisation #jamuar...

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  Small rant about nerfed (artificially weakened) engines
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Small rant about nerfed (artificially weakened) engines

Technically synth related, as the engines I'm upset about are doing synthesis, modeling acoustic and electric pianos. Both the Korg Grandstage, and the Yamaha CP module, have some great sounding, but MUCh less featured/customizable versions of engines that they have in other hardware they make or have made. Yamahas older CP line , including the CP1, 4, and 5, allowed for editing of a good number of parameters. Their new CP module does NOT. Now, I get, most people dont need the customizability, but Yamaha already has great samples, why make the module with the modeling engine and leave out the parameters? Or at least make a deluxe module that does and costs a bit more? Ans Korg has done the same. Their $2400 Grandstage is using the modeling engine from the Kronos, but again with hardly any editing of the sound, instead just having presets. Its one thing to not clutter the interface, fair enough, but the engine is NOT accessible at all! Truth is i do like Korgs sound a lot, but they are asking a lot of money for an inferior keybed and just presets.

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  Modal Skulpt SE & Modal CraftSynth with Korg NTS-1 and MPC LIVE II
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Modal Skulpt SE & Modal CraftSynth with Korg NTS-1 and MPC LIVE II

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  Casio's singing synthesizer
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Casio's singing synthesizer

Casio CT-S1000V

CT-S1000V features vocal synthesis and more...



https://www.soundonsound.com/news/casios...ynthesizer

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  Maestro pedals return!
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Maestro pedals return!

Maestro Original Collection

Gibson revive classic guitar stompbox brand.



https://www.soundonsound.com/news/maestro-pedals-return

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  Steinberg Dorico 4 major update
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Steinberg Dorico 4 major update

Steinberg Dorico 4

Steinberg have announced the immediate availability of major new updates to its Dorico family of music notation and composition software.



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  IK Multimedia 81-EQ giveaway
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IK Multimedia 81-EQ giveaway

IK Multimedia T-RackS 81-EQ

The T-RackS plug-in models Neve's legendary 1081 input module and is free before 31st January!



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  Antelope Zen Q Synergy Core USB unveiled
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Antelope Zen Q Synergy Core USB unveiled

Antelope Audio Zen Q Synergy Core USB

Bus-powered interface boasts high dynamic range, plus powerful Core DSP/FPGA engine.



https://www.soundonsound.com/news/antelo...b-unveiled

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  Rode VideoMic Go II
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Rode VideoMic Go II

Rode VideoMic Go II

Compact shotgun mic offers a choice of analogue and USB connectivity.



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  Skye Dynamics plug-in from Signum Audio
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Skye Dynamics plug-in from Signum Audio

Signum Audio Skye Dynamics

Skye Dynamics incorporates three different dynamics processors.



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  Drummer Perf/X Interactive Drum Pattern Sequencer
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Drummer Perf/X Interactive Drum Pattern Sequencer

Drummer Perf/X Interactive Drum Pattern Sequencer

Specifications
Controls -
MIDI In/Out
Memory -
32 Patches RAM / 64 Patches ROM
erson" property="schema:name" datatype="" xml:lang="">Naomi Bolton
Mon, 12/20/2021 - 09:15

Drummer is an interactive drum pattern sequencer manufactured by Oberheim in 1991. It was part of the same Perf/x range as the Systemizer, Strummer, Cyclone, and Navigator by Oberheim, which means it shares the same compact design and lightweight casing.


All of the buttons for the Drummer are situated on the bottom half of the front panel, with the top half reserved for a group of ventilation slits. The rear of the unit has the power switch and jack to connect the power supply, the MIDI In jack, MIDI Out jack, as well as multiple footswitch input jacks. Footswitches are used for remote control of Drummer, but none are included with the machine. Once connecting your own, they function as a start/stop, break/interrupt, add percussion, and fill-in, respectively. Care should be taken with the power switch as it protrudes from the casing and could get damaged if not handled properly.


On the lower left side of the front panel, there is a two-character LED display, which is bright and clear. It also has two dots in the display that flash when MIDI data is being received and serve as a visual metronome. Next to the display are the Start/Stop button/ decrement and increment buttons, Mode button, and five function buttons. The parameter list is situated above the buttons in a 4 X 5 matrix format. These are split into sections for Song, MIDI, and Preset, and pinpoint LEDs help to indicate selected parameters.


Although Drummer features preset rhythms, it does not have drum and percussion sounds of its own, which means it has to be connected to a MIDI sound source. Drummer can store up to 16 different kits, and 13 of these are factory programmed to match with popular drum machines of the time, such as the Alesis SR16, Roland R5, Kawai K4, and more. In addition, to make your own custom kits to match whatever drum machine or sampler you are using to play drum sounds, you can also replace the factory-programmed ones with your own settings.


You also have 100 presets to choose from, and these can be assigned a pattern, rhythm, kit, time signature, tempo, follow setting, and more. Overall, the idea was to create something that sounds more realistic than a drum machine. Oberheim attempted to make this as simple as possible, and it was also relatively affordable for its time. It was undoubtedly an attempt at something different from the typical drum machines of the time, which makes it appealing to collectors.


Make

Year
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Musical genre

Synth type

Interface features


Sound types

Price range

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Files


Type
File

Title
Drummer Interactive Pattern Sequencer User's Manual

Description
User's Manual










YouTube
Oberheim Drummer Demonstration
by
WestCoasHaze

User Rating

VSE Rating

Texture
Monophonic instruments

Disqus comment


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  Mic up to 1000 euro. Lauten la 320 vs wa 251 vs at4050 vs vanguard v13
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Mic up to 1000 euro. Lauten la 320 vs wa 251 vs at4050 vs vanguard v13

Hello there.
I am standing before choice of microphone.

I would like to build project studio...


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  Monitor controller but for headphones?
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Monitor controller but for headphones?

I need a small monitor controller but for headphones. My headphones are plugged into my Lynx Aurora...


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  Is RME Octamic II still worth buying these days?
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Is RME Octamic II still worth buying these days?

I'm going to upgrade my preamp section from Scarlett 18i20 3rd to sth considerably better and being...


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  Aphex MK III for Recording/Mastering
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Aphex MK III for Recording/Mastering

I was wondering if anyone had some experience with the Aphex MK III Audio Processor? It looks like...


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  90s Sound Module Recommendation
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90s Sound Module Recommendation

Hi slutz, I’m hoping to get recommendations for a sound module that has sounds similar to those in...


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  Mic Check. Soyuz 017 FET questions.
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Mic Check. Soyuz 017 FET questions.

Hi, multi-decade VO guy here and some chat about the Soyuz stuff that i stumbled on here has piqued...


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  Accessing Behringer Semi-Modular back panel when racked?
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Accessing Behringer Semi-Modular back panel when racked?

Hey all. I've got a Neutron and a K2 Behringer Semi Modular and recently took the plunge and bought Beads and a 6U case that will arrive soon.

After pulling the trigger on the case I've realised I will lose access to the USB, MIDI thru and separate input/output jacks of the Behringers if I rack them and I do use these all the time. I get that I can use the front mounted MIDI inputs however I like the fact that they come up as named devices in my DAW rather than just MIDI device 1 2 3 etc and it's one cable each for in/out.

I'm surprised more people didn't have the same question online! I dug up a separate module that brings the back panel into a 1HP thing you can have next to it but then I feel aggrieved at having to buy ANOTHER module to make something that already works, work!

EDIT: I wonder if I can just detatch the PCB in the original case and mount it inside the Euro case?

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  Jamuary Noise
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Jamuary Noise

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  Shared System Album
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Shared System Album

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  switch popping using 4051/4052 mux - advice needed
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switch popping using 4051/4052 mux - advice needed

There is no need for a Vref buffer because all inputs/outputs are on equilibrium due to the dc isolation by the capacitors.


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  Two midi din controllers into an mpc one
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Two midi din controllers into an mpc one

I’d like to use two older synths as controllers into my mpc one, neither of which have USB.

The mpc one has 1 midi input.
I’ve been reading up on midi merge boxes, midi splitters, midi y cables, midi to USB converters, hosts...

I’m a little confused on how to make this work.

Ideally I’d like to convert the midi out (of my microkorg) to USB and plug that into the mpc to use as a controller. Would this be possible?

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  Jamuary2022 (not Radiohead - Everything in it’s right place)
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Jamuary2022 (not Radiohead - Everything in it’s right place)

Jamuary2022 (not Radiohead - Everything in it’s right place) submitted by /u/xxvhr
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  Minilogue xd 6 multi engine nobs cc#72-77 mapping
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Minilogue xd 6 multi engine nobs cc#72-77 mapping

Im trying to map the multi engine's 6 usr nobs to a midi fighter twister's nobs.

ive confirmed im doing it right because the osc 1 pitch nob 33 i think it was , would turn in my vst and change sound output. But the USR multi engine controls won't budge.

Is this possible? Any help setting this up? I am just trying to pull out all the nobs stuck in settings onto my twister.

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  Tracker for Android/Chromebook?
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Tracker for Android/Chromebook?

I'm curious to mess around with a tracker on phone (Android) and/or tablet (Chromebook, which is also Android). Browser based is fine. An offline mode would be great, but not required.

It would be even better if I could write something in the tracker and use it to sequence an external midi synth (if it were USB class compliant this seems feasible at least). Not a requirement though.

Mostly a curiosity at this point, just want to see if the tracker workflow clicks with me.

Thanks!

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  MISSING Volume board 76i49i20-2 for Roland JX-8P ???
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MISSING Volume board 76i49i20-2 for Roland JX-8P ???

Hi, i have a problem with a MISSING Volume board 76i49i20-2 for Roland JX-8P. Can you help me?

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  Exploring Polyrhythms with Piano and Modular
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Exploring Polyrhythms with Piano and Modular

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  Dancing Eels ~ヾ(・ω・) (M:Cycles and 0-Coast)
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Dancing Eels ~ヾ(・ω・) (M:Cycles and 0-Coast)

Dancing Eels ~ヾ(・ω・) (M:Cycles and 0-Coast) submitted by /u/Tristan_Baldi
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  Shure SRH Headphones updated
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Shure SRH Headphones updated

Shure SRH840A and SRH440A headphones

Shure are debuting a fresh, new look and even better sound for its award-winning SRH840 and SRH440...



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  Still time to enter the HOFA Mix Contest
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Still time to enter the HOFA Mix Contest

HOFA Mix Contest

HOFA XMAS MIX CONTEST: Enter by January 31 for a chance to win part of €20,000 in prizes!



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  PreSonus Studio One 5.5 Update adds requested features
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PreSonus Studio One 5.5 Update adds requested features

PreSonus Studio One 5.5

New version includes some of the most requested features for the Project Page like: Track Automation; Clip Gain Envelopes; Listen Bus and Track Transform.



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  Audix acquired by Vitec
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Audix acquired by Vitec

Vitec Group adds microphone manufacturing expertise to its repertoire.



https://www.soundonsound.com/news/audix-acquired-vitec

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  Erica Synths & Moritz Klein team up
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Erica Synths & Moritz Klein team up

mki x es.EDU Synthesizer

New range of DIY synth modules unveiled.



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  Free tape sim from Arturia
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Free tape sim from Arturia

Arturia MELLO-FI

Claim your free Mellotron plug-in by 31st December.



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  Great Eastern FX release Small Speaker Overdrive
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Great Eastern FX release Small Speaker Overdrive

Great Eastern FX Small Speaker Overdrive

New all-analogue stompbox offers the sound of a miked-up Fender Champ.



https://www.soundonsound.com/news/great-...-overdrive

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  Drummer Perf/X Interactive Drum Pattern Sequencer
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Drummer Perf/X Interactive Drum Pattern Sequencer

Drummer Perf/X Interactive Drum Pattern Sequencer

Specifications
Controls -
MIDI In/Out
Memory -
32 Patches RAM / 64 Patches ROM
erson" property="schema:name" datatype="" xml:lang="">Naomi Bolton
Mon, 12/20/2021 - 09:15

Drummer is an interactive drum pattern sequencer manufactured by Oberheim in 1991. It was part of the same Perf/x range as the Systemizer, Strummer, Cyclone, and Navigator by Oberheim, which means it shares the same compact design and lightweight casing.


All of the buttons for the Drummer are situated on the bottom half of the front panel, with the top half reserved for a group of ventilation slits. The rear of the unit has the power switch and jack to connect the power supply, the MIDI In jack, MIDI Out jack, as well as multiple footswitch input jacks. Footswitches are used for remote control of Drummer, but none are included with the machine. Once connecting your own, they function as a start/stop, break/interrupt, add percussion, and fill-in, respectively. Care should be taken with the power switch as it protrudes from the casing and could get damaged if not handled properly.


On the lower left side of the front panel, there is a two-character LED display, which is bright and clear. It also has two dots in the display that flash when MIDI data is being received and serve as a visual metronome. Next to the display are the Start/Stop button/ decrement and increment buttons, Mode button, and five function buttons. The parameter list is situated above the buttons in a 4 X 5 matrix format. These are split into sections for Song, MIDI, and Preset, and pinpoint LEDs help to indicate selected parameters.


Although Drummer features preset rhythms, it does not have drum and percussion sounds of its own, which means it has to be connected to a MIDI sound source. Drummer can store up to 16 different kits, and 13 of these are factory programmed to match with popular drum machines of the time, such as the Alesis SR16, Roland R5, Kawai K4, and more. In addition, to make your own custom kits to match whatever drum machine or sampler you are using to play drum sounds, you can also replace the factory-programmed ones with your own settings.


You also have 100 presets to choose from, and these can be assigned a pattern, rhythm, kit, time signature, tempo, follow setting, and more. Overall, the idea was to create something that sounds more realistic than a drum machine. Oberheim attempted to make this as simple as possible, and it was also relatively affordable for its time. It was undoubtedly an attempt at something different from the typical drum machines of the time, which makes it appealing to collectors.


Make

Year
1991

Musical genre

Synth type

Interface features


Sound types

Price range

Image
Oberheim Drummer

Files


Type
File

Title
Drummer Interactive Pattern Sequencer User's Manual

Description
User's Manual










YouTube
Oberheim Drummer Demonstration
by
WestCoasHaze

User Rating

VSE Rating

Texture
Monophonic instruments

Disqus comment


https://www.vintagesynth.com/node/14201

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  Splitting mains out of my audio interface question.
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Splitting mains out of my audio interface question.

So am I am thinking about getting one of these made in china BDS PP-31 LED Digital Audio Spectrum...


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  iso headphones to replace Focal Spirit Pro
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iso headphones to replace Focal Spirit Pro

for reasons it's not necessary to go into, i'm currently doing most of my mixing in headphones.
...


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  Otari MX-55 won't record
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Otari MX-55 won't record

Hi There Folks,

I've got an Otari MX-55 1/4" 2 track reel-to-reel recorder that works pretty...


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  Old Cassette Tapes High End Harsh
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Old Cassette Tapes High End Harsh

I have a few hundred Cassette Tapes From the 1970s. I am playing them on the top of the line...


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  Sony mdr 7506
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Sony mdr 7506

Hi everybody !I bought Sony MDR-7506 because i wanted budget headphones to control my low end...


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  Best 1176 model for stereo duties
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Best 1176 model for stereo duties

Hi everyone! I own a few different models of 1176s…two Audioscape 76 A and F, Purple M77 and the UA...


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  EFM Effects on Studio Gear
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EFM Effects on Studio Gear

Hello, has anyone come across any studies that describe the affects of EFM exposure on studio...


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  Building An Electronic Sound Sculpture
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Building An Electronic Sound Sculpture



The making of ESP32-powered 'ioalieia'




https://sonicstate.com/news/2022/01/22/b...sculpture/

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  Huge Discount On Waves Bundle For One Day Only
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Huge Discount On Waves Bundle For One Day Only



Diamond collection of 75 plugins for $197.99




https://sonicstate.com/news/2022/01/22/h...-day-only/

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  technics xone 92 timecode ni oyaide elec. ebm electro mix by acthuf home...
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technics xone 92 timecode ni oyaide elec. ebm electro mix by acthuf home...

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  I/O on the new tiptop buchla system
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I/O on the new tiptop buchla system

I'm going from semi modular to my first modular case starting with the two new tta buchla modules. Everything I have has a line out somewhere. I know there are a million modules I could buy, But as far I can tell the 200t system doesn't have anything dedicated to the task. Do I need to pick up something to run into 1/8 or 1/4 TS/TRS cables for use with my headphones or computer speakers?

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  Cannot open miniAudicle's "Preferences" on macOS Big Sur
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Cannot open miniAudicle's "Preferences" on macOS Big Sur

I got more error messages after I restart my MacBook Pro.


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  Looking for links to songs that are your favorite examples of oscillator sync
Posted by: SynthWizard - Yesterday, 04:51 AM - Forum: World Wide Gear News - No Replies

Looking for links to songs that are your favorite examples of oscillator sync

Either hard or soft. Wanna get a better understanding of the range of this parameter and thought this would be a fun way of going about it.

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  Some new knobs make a big difference!
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Some new knobs make a big difference!

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  Jamuary 2022 - Teensy/Launchpad controlled Tetris Game with Volca Bass F...
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Jamuary 2022 - Teensy/Launchpad controlled Tetris Game with Volca Bass F...

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