Drumcomputer "Conga-Bonga" 1986 Drummachine Synthesizer

Published on Oct 17, 2017 Manuel Kohn

"This is my first video on YouTube. I want present you a very rare Drummachine form the 80s. It's a individual item from Swiss. The machine was made from a privat music engineer. More details you can find in my ebay-auction..."

Fascinating bit of synth drum history.

via this auction


"A drum computer or sound module from the year 1986, which

Published on Oct 17, 2017 transient (noisyvagabond)

"so this is my first attempt at a circuit based synth. it makes some horrible noises. that's why it's called 'do capacitors dream of electric death?', it sounds like electricity trying to die.
i don't know if it's really useful (the intro tune was a quick little something i made up in Sunvox with noises only from the synth.) But i'm quite

New Vindor ES1 Saxophone Style Wind Instrument & Controller on Kickstarter

via the Kickstarter campaign:

"At Vindor, we believe that anyone can make music. Playing music should be affordable, accessible and fun for everyone.

That's why we designed the Vindor ES1. It's an electronic saxophone that is easy to play, fun, and inspires creativity.

Playing music develops cognitive, motor, and emotional skills. It also builds confidence and encourages everyone from

S-Modular - Semi Modular Patchable Synthesizer for iPad

iTunes: S-Modular - DesignByPaul

"S-Modular is a semi modular synthesizer for your iPad.

S-Modular has been designed to have everything on one screen to make patching quick and easy. Drag from one jack port to another to make a connection, tap a plugged port to change the wires color instantly.

S-Modular has a unique and vintage sound quality, reminiscent of synthesizers from the 70s, warm

nonlinearcircuits Hyperchaos Deluxe

hyperchaos deluxe1 Published on Oct 17, 2017

"Hyperchaos Deluxe as the centre of a patch controlling a thru0 VCO, VCF, Timbre and a Bong0."

via nonlinearcircuits

"Hyperchaos Deluxe is based on the description in A UNIQUE SIGNUM SWITCH FOR CHAOS AND HYPERCHAOS by C. Li et al and is an expansion of the circuit used in Primal Hyperchaos.

There are 10 different CV outputs and 2 gate outputs.

Keen Association Keen-o-Tron - Chamberlin and Mellotron Desktop Unit w/ Touch Keys


"We were extremely inspired by Chamberlin/Mellotron idea, sound and topology and couple of years ago started working on the musical instrument we called Keen-o-Tron.

The instrument handles sixteen meticulously selected Chamberlin and Mellotron sounds accurately sampled from the original units. Each key’s signal path consists of special independent digital sound source and optronic

SSSR Labs Model 220 Polyphonic Touch'n'Run Buchla Format Touch Controller

Published on Sep 28, 2017 Keen Association Moscow

Model 220 — Keyboard Mode
Model 220 — Capture Mode
Polyphonic Touch'n'Run Voltage Array Model 220

via SSSR Labs

"Polyphonic Touch`n`Run Voltage Array Model 220 is a up-to-four-voice truly polyphonic, freely tunable and scalable, pressure sensitive musical keyboard with vast sequencing capabilities. The design is based on the

New Full Bucket Music FB-3300 - KORG PS-3300 Soft Synth

via Full Bucket Music

"The FB-3300 is a software instrument for Microsoft Windows (VST) and Apple macOS (VST/AU) simulating the KORG PS-3300 Polyphonic Synthesizer from 1977. It is written in native C++ code for high performance and low CPU consumption. Main features are:

Close emulation of behavior and all controls of the original hardware
Three independent polyphonic synthesizer blocks

New Motas-6 Desktop Analog Synthesizer

Motas-6 synthesizer demo 01 Published on Oct 13, 2017 MotasSynth

"Demo of the Motas-6 analogue synthesizer, changing some basic settings. A little external reverb has been used.
See a live stream from the display (over USB) in the top corner."

New Eventide H9000 to Support Max/MSP Patches?

Soviet Space Child sent in news of the new Eventide H9000 effects processor.

There's a rumor that it will support Max/MSP patches. Whether that means integration with an external computer running Max/MSP, or actually hosting them natively, we will have to wait and see.

via Eventide does hint at it up front:

"Hello! My name is Jack Impink. I am an electronic musician by trade, working with

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