YouTube via aqi
"KORG DS-10ウェブサイト用デモソングです。
KORG DS-10 on Ebay
KORG DS-10 on Amazon

Synthesizer Korg 770

YouTube via mouwaap. Audio is not the greatest on this one, but it should give you a feel for it's size, interface, and some of it's tonal character.

Korg Legacy Collection Analog Edition Polysix

YouTube via bulksagara

Korg legacy collection Mono/Poly

Korg Legacy Collection Mono/Poly X-MOD

Korg Legacy Collection Mono/Poly VCO

邦題 愛しのCANDY ダルファー ♪

YouTube via PXE02321

Korg Poly 800 + Roland TR-707 Demo /// Walking Home

YouTube via nekrobot
"Title: Walking Home

Bass, Strings, Lead = Korg Poly 800
Drums = Roland Tr-707 (Samples)

Demo i made for an auction a while ago."

SCI Prophet VS + Roland Juno-60 + TR-808 "Mystic Island"

YouTube via retrosound72
"vintage synth demo track by RetroSound

"Mystic Island"

-inspired by early John Carpenter soundtracks-

high strings and storm fx: SCI Prophet VS
dark strings: Roland Juno-60
drums: Roland TR-808

direct recorded, no playback

more info: and"

cs15 yamaha analog synthesizer

YouTube via abertronic
"ebay Item number: 220336501439. 2min external reverb added"

"Interesting article concerning the cs15 and links to service manual

cs15 manual" [via]


YouTube via jetdaisuke. click here for prior posts on electroplankton.
"The ELECTROPLANKTON is Nintendo DS music software made by Toshio Iwai known as the TENORI-ON producer"

And for those curious about jetdaisuke's shades (glasses):


New Interfaces for Musical Expression

"On behalf of the NIME 2009 Committee, we invite you to be part of the 9th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, organized by the School of Music, School of Art, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Entertainment Technology Center and School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University.

We encourage contributions in the following categories:
* Papers (full papers, short papers, posters)
* Demonstrations
* Live Performances
* Installations

Complete submission guidelines are available on the conference website here.

We welcome submissions on topics related to new interfaces for music performance including, but not limited to:
Novel controllers and interfaces for musical expression
Novel controllers for collaborative performance
Novel musical instruments
Computational methods of composition
Augmented/hyper instruments
Interfaces for dance and physical expression
Interactive Game Music
Robotic Music
Interactive sound and multimedia installations
Interactive sonification
Sensor and actuator technologies
Haptic and force feedback devices
Interface protocols and data formats
Gesture and music
Perceptual & cognitive issues
Interactivity design and software tools
Musical mapping strategies
Performance analysis and machine learning
Performance rendering and generative algorithms
Experiences with novel interfaces in education and entertainment
Experiences with novel interfaces in live performance and composition
Surveys of past work and stimulating ideas for future research
Historical studies in twentieth-century instrument design
Reports on student projects in the framework of NIME related courses
Artistic, cultural, and social impact of NIME technology
Gesture measurement
Enabling music networks

Submission of proposals (papers, posters, performances, installations):
January 24, 2008

Notification of acceptance/rejection (installations and performances):
March 13, 2009

Notification of acceptance/rejection (papers and posters):
March 20, 2009

Early registration:
May 1, 2009

Author registration (papers and posters):
May 1, 2009

Submission of final papers:
April 15, 2008

For any further information/question/comment/suggestion, please send a message to the local organizing committee at"

PPG Wave 2.2

via this auction
"Very Rare...One of 300 ever made...this is the nicest I've seen!!

Polyphony - 8 Voice / 8 Part Multitimbral

Oscillators - 2 to 16 Oscillators per voice (using Digital Waveforms); 30 Wavetables with 64 waves per table

SSM Filters - analog 24 dB/oct lowpass VCF filters with ADSR envelope

The German made PPG Wave 2 series of synthesizers are incredibly great sounding analog/digital hybrid vintage synths. They use digital samples of wavetables and feature analog VCA envelope and VCF filter sections for a classic and warm sound. The Wave 2.2 (pictured above) has oscillators that can generate over 2,000 different single-cycle 8-bit digital waveforms! Covered by knobs, the Wave still looks analog and this comprises the "Analog Control Panel". More complex and new-wave editing of the wavetables and samples is covered by the "Digital Control Panel" where there are several key-pad buttons and an LCD screen. Another familiar treat to analog junkies is the inclusion of an 8-track sequencer which features automation of pitch, loudness, filter cutoff, waveforms and more. A cool feature - its onboard sequencer will also record any filtering and wave changes, in real-time!! The more commonly encountered Wave 2.3 followed the 2.2."

Treat Yourself :)