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QUASIMIDI RAVEOLUTION 309

Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:26 am
by Vibes
Click here for watching my demo of QUASIMIDI RAVEOLUTION 309

I have filmed myself creating a pattern from scratch with the only Raveolution309. You will notice the lack of compression and sometimes PCM's can sound very loud.
That machine is a beauty with a lot of little bugs, you will hear the sequencer stopping/slowing down when I change part, sounds from a part can cut the ones from other parts, many sounds irregularities etc... this machine is alive!!!
I can play like that during days only with that baby, I do not produce good techno but these oldshool sounds remember me the golden age of techno... I miss Quasimidi :(

DEMO request

Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 9:25 pm
by cbjlietuva
OK, this is what i'm after, and first off, i know these are two different generations of synth, blah blah blah :P

I want to hear a jupiter 8 & an Andromeda side by side, patched as close to similar as they can be, for a test of their timbral qualities, doesn't need to be anything fancy, just a nice test of they sound of the oscillators and the filter(s)

CBJ

Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2007 11:35 pm
by Shleed
Another video of the MFB Synth II in action, the audio is perfect but this time the video quality is kind of s**t. (webcam...)

Posted: Thu Mar 15, 2007 10:16 pm
by HH
Hello,

a new Juno 106 demo:
http://gugelich.strana.germany.ru/juno%20106%20demo.mp3

not much effects.

HH

Roland D-20 demo

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 4:55 am
by D-Collector
The Roland D-10/20 is a very underrated synthesizer.

Below is a demo of what it can really sound like.
It is made in Cubase, and I have added a bit of
reverb. Some of the patches uses the D-20s delay.
(Needless to say, the presets are real crappy)
I have created all the sounds myself, except two.

http://d.turboupload.com/d/1612872/Rola ... o.mp3.html

In order to make good use of the Roland D-20,
it is better to overlook its multitimbral
capability. I use the performance mode to layer
the tones, thereby making the sound fatter.
Ignore the multitimbrality, the sequencer, and
the drum machine. The Synthesizer is good on its
own.

If anyone wants to have these sounds, drop
me a PM and I will send them to you.

Introspectiv 9090

Posted: Sun Mar 18, 2007 6:36 pm
by nathanscribe
Given the relative scarcity and high price of Roland TR-909 drum machines, Trevor Page of Introspectiv has put together a clone for the advanced DIYer. Not cheap if you do it right, and not easy either, but it fully replicates the original circuits, including the sampled hats and cymbals. This has taken me almost a year to build, on and off, including troubleshooting and cabinet making and all that.

Finally though, it is integrated into my setup. Currently plonked on top of one of my racks. Have a listen to this short demo. Not the most amazing programming on my part, but it does the job ;)

Image

Posted: Tue Mar 20, 2007 6:22 am
by shaft9000
-- -- -----------------------------Korg Electribe X-------------------------------

these are made using the onboard sounds only
I erase the factory patterns that come with it 1st thing.

These are both programmed and sequenced by myself, and recorded in one take with no edits, fx, compressors or EQs other than the onboard fx of each unit. I am not using both at once, these are seperate demos of each.
The tubes (Valve Force) are set to no more than 10-15% gain.

ESX-1 - trance-y tune I made called SWEETPEA the bit-crushing towards the end turned out nice imho :)

http://www.awrongturn.com/SWEETPEAedit2.mp3



EMX-1 - redux of Art of Noise's 'Moments in Love' the saxophone solo is played on Korg Prophecy, the mellow brassy pad is the Novation Supernova 2

http://www.awrongturn.com/AONmilbyshaft9000.mp3

Softer side of Sunsyn

Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 7:40 pm
by Carey M
Everybody has heard the Sunsyn's aggressive sound, so I decided to make some softer demos, with reverb, for your listening pleasure :) Ok, the sync sound isn't soft, but I'm a sucker for sync sounds.

Sunbrass
Sunkeys
Sunpad
Sunsync feat. UAD Dimension D plugin

I'll try to make some better quality examples when I get my proper audio interface running. Sometime next week... Maybe ;)

- CM

Re: Softer side of Sunsyn

Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2007 8:23 pm
by Soundwave
Carey M wrote:Everybody has heard the Sunsyn's aggressive sound, so I decided to make some softer demos, with reverb, for your listening pleasure :) Ok, the sync sound isn't soft, but I'm a sucker for sync sounds.

Sunbrass
Sunkeys
Sunpad
Sunsync feat. UAD Dimension D plugin

I'll try to make some better quality examples when I get my proper audio interface running. Sometime next week... Maybe ;)

- CM
Sounds very much like a polite Memorymoog or maybe a Prophet 5! 8)

Re: Softer side of Sunsyn

Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2007 9:04 pm
by Carey M
Soundwave wrote:
Carey M wrote:Everybody has heard the Sunsyn's aggressive sound, so I decided to make some softer demos...
Sounds very much like a polite Memorymoog or maybe a Prophet 5! 8)
I've never actually played a Memorymoog, so I couldn't tell, but I have to disagree about the Prophet 5 comment. At least compared to any CEM Prophets, the Sunsyn is a lot "cleaner" and "refined". Then again, two of my friends claim to hear something "Prophety" in the Sunsyn, so maybe I'm just deaf. Nevertheless, I'll take your comment as a compliment :)

For additional Sunsyn demos, I'll recommend these two:

SunSynthesis - from Electronic Musician's Seven Deadly Synths article
Sunsyn with reverb - from Sonicstate.com, uploaded by 'Nick B'

The sample from Sonicstate sort of made me buy the Sunsyn.

- CM

Posted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 12:06 pm
by premieklovn
Korg MS10: 1 | 2

Vermona Synthesizer: 1 | 2

Posted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 7:55 pm
by altemark

Posted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 5:14 am
by hinotori
you could host all these sounds on that "freesounds" site , .
http://freesound.iua.upf.edu/

theres already some interesting samples and "packs" on there .

would be good if all contributing VSE users mark their contributions to freesounds with a VSE tag or something similar .

my 2 yen.

great examples everyone . thanks.

Posted: Fri Apr 27, 2007 7:57 pm
by Soundwave
AN1X demo as posted in the 'VA deathmatch thread' including my c**p Jarre impression!

http://www.mediafire.com/?13dczj2jcji

Posted: Fri Apr 27, 2007 8:32 pm
by Johnny Lenin
Soundwave wrote:AN1X demo as posted in the 'VA deathmatch thread' including my c**p Jarre impression!
A c**p impression of Jarre or an impression of c**p Jarre? [I mean, let's face it, not all of his work has been up to the level of Oxygene.]

Sorry... I couldn't resist.