muzik4machines's D3adM0uch3 - Live December 09, 2008, 05:47 PM

YouTube via muzik4machines
"Korg ESX1: All Sequences/Drums
Yamaha TX81z: Reverby/Pumpy Sawtooth Bass (chain:TX81z-Akai MFC42-Alesis Nanoverb-DBX266 ch1 (pump)-ch2 (Compression)-Mixer)
Roland MKS50: Hoover/Saw/Lead/Pumpy Synth (Chain MKS50-Boss SL20-DBX266-Zoom RFX2200-Mixer)
Redsound SoundBite Pro: Vocals/looping
Korg Kaoss pad 2: Tempo Delay
Korg Kaoss Pad 3: Loops, Looper(snare rolls), Grainshifter
Korg Kaossilator: Noise Sweeps (path: K01-Mini KP(Delay)-Mixer)
Korg ER1: Beatbox AND sidechain signal (Chain: left out-ProCo Turbo Rat-Boss V-Wha-Mixer)
DX200: Fm E-piano, pads, 303-esque sequences, etc (Chain: Left Out-Boss DD5 delay-Mixer)
Motu Midi Mixer 7s: My mixer, controlled by the BCF2000)
Kawai Midi Patchbay:Guess
DBX MC 6: Output Compressor

NOT used:
a computer, besides recording it; no edition, no mastering, What you hear is what I send out of the main outs

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Some Notes on the Cheetah MS6

Just some interesting notes from the AH list:

via Giles Ward:
"I've got an MS6 and a Matrix 1000 and they are pretty similar. I've got the Maad OS in there, that works really well (

There are a few subtle differences between the MS6 and the Oberheim.

- No filter FM on the MS6
- The MS6 has its LFOs shared between multiple voices instead of 1 per voice
- MS6 envelopes are linear slope
- No matrix modulation on the MS6
- Less modulation on the MS6 seems to make it a wee bit snappier
- MS6 is multitimbral
- MS6 can be front panel edited but it's slow, best to use the CCs the Maad OS provides
- MS6 looks even more like a rack-mount clock-radio

Some great mp3 demos of the MS6 here:

I'd say it's great for strings and pads. Makes a change from low-end Roland synths which rely on the chorus. Could be considered as a bargain Prophet 08 (same chips but less voices, knobs and modulation)."

via Chris Strellis:
"Whilst we are on the subject, the Oberheim Matrix 1000 and MS6 both use the Curtis CEM3396 uP Controllable Dual Waveform Converter / Processor

..and so does the Elka EM22 and EK22:

I have an EM22 and it's an OK analog with a few surprises in its sonic
arsenal - again an underrated synth.

Here's some demos of my one with reverb and echo added."

MiniMoog Model D

"MiniMoog Model D - SN6101
Custom Modifications
4 Additional internal patch points were added to the moog to allow oscillator 2 & 3 pitch to track the filter section ADSR contour and to sync to oscillator 1 frequency. This makes it possible to do classic sync effects like those introduced by the Cars. The two switches on the top left, sync oscillator 2 & 3 to oscillator 1, and the switches next to OSC 2 & 3, add pitch Control Voltage from the Modulation
Filter section."

more images here
via Niall

Spectralis Audio Soundbank Now Available

More info on

"Ambient Soundbank, a collection of patches, samplers, drums and configuration patterns designed for the powerfull Spectralis DSP Synth."

Be sure to see this video

MFB-Synth Lite II demo

YouTube via substanceg
"Short demo of the MFB-Synth Lite II, on loan from a friend for a week...
Sounds are 100% MFB, no effects added."

Demo Roland JUNO 60 (SONAR MP3) version 2

YouTube via magevers
"I have with this remake of mine previous demo/cover, of Vangelis Conquest of paradise with the JUNO 60, the sound adjusted for get a better sound quality.I converted to MP3 and now the JUNO 60 sounds much better and with more dynamics.
So I hope that you get a better idea of the JUNO 60 and sorry for the bad sound of the previous demo.I hope that you like it!
For stereo add &fmt=18 at the end of the URL.
Everything was recorded on 12 audio tracks without using sequencer or midi and converted to MP3.
JUNO 60: all sounds
TR 606: drums

Treat Yourself :)