Synthchaser #086 - ARP Pro Soloist Repair - Dead Presets & Broken Wow Effect

Published on Nov 26, 2017 Synth Chaser

"Repairing another customer's ARP Pro Soloist. This one had very few patches working when it came in due to bad switches and a faulty VCA. Also engaging the Wow touch sensor effect would short circuit the keyboard and cause there to be no output at all.

ARP Pro Soloists and parts are available through my website. I also repair

TTSH ARP 2600 Synthesizer Clone - Human Comparator Two Thousand Six Hundred

via this auction

"This is a mint condition two-month old, perfectly running TTSH v2.0 2600 synthesizer with Duratex case. Professionally built by a local synth shop and no issues. It has the oscillator sync mod and an external power brick.

For those of you who don't know, this is an analog clone - no SMD - of the ARP 2600 synthesizer scaled down to 75% of the size. It uses all through hole

phasers to stun with an ARP 2500, Vintage E-mu Modular, Polyfusion, Roland 100m, Paperface Serge, Bucha 100m and R.A. Moog 3C

Published on Nov 26, 2017 zack dagoba

"I decided to try out Notch Filtering on some of my modular synths to see how they compared. See http://myblogitsfullofstars.blogspot.... for more information"

VGM #123: Faron Woods (Twilight Princess) *ZELDA MONTH*

Published on Nov 24, 2017 Ace Waters

"This video almost didn't happen, but I am so happy that it did. I really focused in on grooves on this one, pulling inspiration from BBNG and Radiohead. I hope you enjoy it. One more zelda track left. WHAT COULD IT BE????"

Cosmicstorm ARP ODYSSEY

Published on Nov 22, 2017 Hitoshi Koizumi

"a live soundscape improvisation on KORG/ARP ODYSSEY FS.
fx: Strymon TimeLine/BigSky"

G-Storm Electro DIY VCF Module

Classic Synthesizer Filter Breadboard

Published on Nov 9, 2017 gstormelectro

Watch the above video if you want to guess what the filter is modelled after. The answer is in the video below, so don't look if you want to guess.

"Audio + Video by G-Storm Electro c.2017

My first video in HD 1080p! Today I am demonstrating a classic lowpass filter circuit study on a breadboard. Shrill audio alert!

Treat Yourself :)