Music Thing Modular’s Spring Reverb MK2 and Some Reverb History

As you know, Music Thing introduced the Mk2 version of their Spring Reverb module and DIY kit, currently available at Thonk.

Music Thing has a great post up featuring some history on the spring reverb and what went into theirs.

"Spring reverb is a strange, unpredictable thing. It’s a real electromechanical effect; boingy metal springs being jiggled by a little coil, with the jiggling captured

STG Corn Maize

Published on Oct 21, 2017 suitandtieguy

"I have been wrestling with some personal issues in regards to loss and isolation, and one of the things which will help me out of this is generating more content, so I'm trying something new.

We used to use Soundcloud for short tracks but since it's obvious they took inspiration from Tyco and spent all their money on solid gold toilet seats they are

Vintage Hammond Organ Auto-Vari 64 Drum Machine SN 1068193

"via this auction

"Vintage Hammond Organ Auto-Vari 64 Analog Synth Organ Drum Machine

works great. a little dusty."

#22 (Un Hip Pocket)

Published on Jan 25, 2017 reeg2600

"Original music featuring Fender Rhodes, Hammond XK3c, Hohner D6 Clavinet, ARP 2600, Moog Voyager and Nord Electro 3."

Hammond and Minimoog Jams!

Streamed live 7 hours ago mootbooxle

"Hey guys! I'm running short on time this week, I'm tired, and I just don't have it in me to do a full-on video production this week, so here's a live stream of me jamming on the Hammond M-100 and Moog Minimoog! Who knows what's going to happen? Certainly not me! :)

Support me on Patreon! I spent all my money on synths and now I need to eat! :)

"Tite Rope" on Minimoog and Hammond Organ

Published on Oct 11, 2016 mootbooxle

"Moot Booxlé plays the Jazz-Funk classic 'Tite Rope' by Harold Alexander on Moog Minimoog, Hammond M100 organ, and drums."

1969 Hammond Innovex Condor GSM Guitar Synth PLUS Condor SSM Synthesizer Ovation

via this auction

"If you're looking at this auction, you probably know a bit about these already. The Hammond Condor Innovex GSM was one of the first guitar synthesizers. It was the result of a collaboration between Hammond and Ovation Guitars. Jimi Hendrix was inspired to purchase one of these systems at Manny's in NYC...one of the reasons it piqued my interest. These are rare items to come by

Treat Yourself :)