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Todd Barton Preparing Performance

Published on Oct 7, 2017 Todd Barton

"Test driving my friend, Bruno Liberda's system for tomorrow's talk and performance at Rhiz in Vienna."

Update:

Preparing performance II

Published on Oct 7, 2017 Todd Barton

"More sonic exploration of the rig for tomorrow night's talk/performance at Rhiz in Vienna.
https://m.facebook.com/events/3093469..."



Serge Modular System - Creature & Gator [04]

Published on Oct 6, 2017 batchas

"Using here again only a Creature and a Gator M-Class panels (VC Timegen Clock).

Pingged VCFQ driven by VC Timegen Osc and SSG modules.

Playing with feedback from 1:20 min on."

Serge Modular System - Creature & Gator [05]

Published on Oct 6, 2017

"Using here again only a Creature and a Gator M-Class panels (VC Timegen Clock).
Pingged VCFQ driven by VC



MC4 Sequencing

Published on Oct 4, 2017 splitradix

Old school sequencing with the Roland MC-4, TR-606, eurorack, Serge and Synton Fenix modulars.



Modular vid #273

Published on Oct 1, 2017 Phisynth

"Sunday improv"



Serge Modular System - VCFQ into Ring Mod, Waveshaper & Multipliers

Published on Sep 19, 2017 batchas

"I did put the wave processor back in the case.
A DUSG is modulating the VCFQ which is processed by the Wave Processor module."



Upcoming Todd Barton Tour

You've seen Todd Barton's numerous videos featured here on MATRIXSYNTH. I am happy to announce he has a limited number of performances coming up in Rome, Berlin, Vienna, Seattle, and Stockton. If you are in the general area for any of the upcoming dates, you might not want to miss it. This is a rare opportunity to see a expert at his craft. Some dates will feature workshops and lectures.



Phisynth 20170914

Published on Sep 15, 2017 Phisynth

Bugbrand, Serge, and Modcan format modulars.



Unpacking the Scrotum Lab's Serge Panel

Published on Sep 13, 2017 batchas

"Printed by Schaeffer AG. It was a good test checking how the printed version would look like.
Making all in Illustrator, exporting as PDF, importing directly and making holes in FrontDesign, it's for me far easier now in than when it was engraved."



Treat Yourself :)

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