TEM micro Jam Session with Volca Beats

Published on Feb 16, 2018 Jan Zatloukal

"TEM micro is 100% analog synth inspired by Moog Mother 32. Made by experienced synth maker in Czech Republic.

If you are interested with this great synth, contact Martin:, we can send it worldwide."

More videos here.

TEM mini Sound Patches & TEM mini vs DSI Mopho & Arturia MicroBrute

Published on Feb 13, 2018 Jan Zatloukal

Follow-up to this post.

TEM mini is 100% analog synth with two oscillators and 24dB low-pass filter inspired by MiniMOOG. There are lot of settings posibilities. Made by experienced synth maker in Czech Republic. There are some sound patches. Parameters and price are below patches list.


0:06 - Bass Plug
0:31 - Acid Bass
0:56 - Bass Taurus


New TEM mini Desktop Synthesizer by Martin

Published on Feb 10, 2018 Jan Zatloukal

TEM mini Sound Patches [left channel audio]
TEM mini vs DSI Mopho & Arturia MicroBrute
TEM mini Jam Session with Korg Volca Beats [left channel audio]

"TEM mini is great synth inspired vy Minimoog. It's made by experienced synth-maker in Czech republic.

● Monophonic analog synthesizer
● 2 oscillators (wave, triangle, saw, square, pulse)
● Both

Berlin School Hypnotica Synth Jam

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Here’s a nice hypnotic synth jam, Viewing Paris from the Eiffel Tower, via attorks.
Technical details below:
Its quite warm in the Netherlands these last few days and the attic, were my equipment is, is even more warmer. But I managed to video this improvisation. Row 1 of the Doepfer MAQ16/3 has an 8-step sequence for the self-built Modular. Row 2 is used to gate the Ian Fritz All-In EG which envelope is connected to the Resonant LoPass Gate clone. The Formant noise is fed to the input of the LPG clone. Row 3 of the MAQ16/3 is shifting the Q960 sequencer which has sequences on row 1 and 3 which are alternated by the Q962 sequencer switch. Row 2 of the Q960 is connected to the Q150 Transistor Ladder Filter to modulate the frequency level. In the second part of the video the Waldorf Q Keyboard joins with chords and the Clavia Nord Lead 1 and the Roland XP-80 performs some improvised solo’s. The original video is somewhat more than 12 minutes so I skipped the first 2 minutes because I did not want to cut off the end. You can view the original video on my website soon.
My daughter Tessa is on a school trip to Paris for a few days and this evening she phoned from the top of the Eiffel Tower, which explains the title.

Martin Peters’ Berlin School + Symphonic Electronica Synth Jam

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The Berlin School lives on, with Martin Peters’ hypnotic interlocking sequencers + symphonic electronica synth jam, Another Symphonic Theme.
Details on gear + patches below!
via attorks:
This theme is somewhat like the symphonic theme I uploaded in February of this year, yet it is also quite different
The 3 rows of the Doepfer MAQ16/3 sequencer drive 4 voices. The first voice you hear is one Q106 VCO through the CGS Steiner Synthacon VCF and the Oakley Equinoxe phaser. The second voice one Q106 VCO through the Q150 transistor ladder filter. These first 2 voices have the same 4 step sequence running on row 3. Then you hear the self build Modular running on row 2 and after that the Creamware Minimax ASB running on row 1. These 2 voices start each with a 4 step sequence which after a while is varied between 5 and 8 steps manually. Then the bass and the theme are played on the Waldorf Q keyboard with a PPG-like sound. The Mellotron-like strings are played on the Roland XP-80. The solo is performed on the Clavia Nord Lead 1.
I noticed the video is gradually getting out of sync with the sound; I don’t know what caused that and I also didn’t know how to fix that when editing the clip. So, sorry for that.

Berlin School Style Sequenced Synth Jam

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Sunday Synth Jam: Here’s a little something for the fans of Berlin School electronic music – a nice sequenced synth jam, via attorks:
This theme is inspired by an arpeggiator from the Waldorf Q keyboard which I programmed as sequence to be performed by the Q. At first you hear a bass-like sound from the Creamware MiniMax ASB. After that the Modular and the self built Modular are added. At last the sequence from the Waldorf Q Keyboard is added. By varying the decay on the Q the sound becomes more lively.
The accompaniment is played on the Clavia Nord Lead 1 and the Roland XP-80.

Treat Yourself :)