Olegtron 4060 + Tinysizer Modular Synth #TTNM (video)

Video description:

“Here’s a little improvised video, showing the Olegtron 4060 Signal Generator sequencing and modulating the Tinysizer Analog Synthesizer.”

A small update for Sunvox

Sunvox 1.8.1 is now available for iOS:

  • bigger Compressor visualizer;
  • GPIO module is now available on all devices, but it is fully functional in Linux only;
  • bugs fixed.

Playing Olegtron4060 (video)

Not my video. Very cool stuff though.

SpectrumGen Demo and Tutorial for iPad (video)

Support the iOS Music and You podcast

Yep, the iOS Music and You podcast is now on Patreon so you can sign up to support it and it’s future.

iRig Recorder 2 Overview – Effortless stereo recording on your iOS device (video)

New ELECTRIBE 2 Review! Part – D MIDI control, feat TENORI – ON (video)

Video description:

“World’s First? Tenori-On controlling Electribe 2! A Great Combination!
This is an example of using external MIDI input to control the Electribe 2, you could also use a laptop, iPad or some other type of sequencer. This is just a simple “proof of concept” but I go into a lot of detail about both these machines – if you are a fan of either, this how-to discussion will interest you!

Subscribe to VJ Franz K for more videos like this! Electribe master with a decade of experience on the entire series of machines. Ask questions, leave requests and comments!

All music featured in this video is my original composition, played with the synthesizer I am reviewing.”

7 Minutes with an Ipad Synth – Photophore Synth (Taika Systems Ltd) (video)

Video description:

“This week the Photphore Synth by Taika Systems Ltd

Photophore is a unique instrument that uses flocks of up to 100 sound generators to create rich, organic synthesizer sounds. By controlling the behavior of the flocks you can make Photophore sound like a choir of synthesizers or, at more extreme settings, a swarm of angry insects.

Unlike other digital synthesizers, Photophore creates warmth and character in a completely new way. Instead of modeling analog circuits, it models animal behavior. Photophore’s sound engine is made up of flocks of oscillators that move through a virtual three-dimensional environment. Their motion is controlled by a special behavioral algorithm and physics simulation that keeps the oscillators in tune with each other, but allows for a certain amount of natural drifting and detuning. This creates rich timbres that are perfect for crafting massive bass sounds, complex pads and searing leads.”

Synthino XM Groove Box Functionality (video)

Video description:

“The upcoming crowd funded project Synthino XM being sequenced live by Electribe EA-1. Drum tracks from ER1. Synth Bass and Lead by Synthino XM.”

Palm Sounds has been on twitter for 6 years now!

I missed the email from twitter, but apparently I’ve now been on twitter for 6 years! I can’t believe it. So, if you don’t already, please follow on twitter and retweet to your hearts content!

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