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Dreadbox meets Sinevibes, in compact Typhon analog synth + sequencing + fx

Those gnarly Dreadbox analog oscillators and filters keep popping up in new places. This time, it’s a collaboration with Sinevibes – and it makes for a compact, jam-friendly, portable synth for 349 EUR. The post Dreadbox meets Sinevibes, in compact Typhon analog synth + sequencing + fx appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.

The newest sound-making device is the trampoline – and here’s a synth made for bouncing on it

Buttons, knobs, faders – yes, they’re decent. But you can’t jump on them, not without serious consequences. What you need is a trampoline. The post The newest sound-making device is the trampoline – and here’s a synth made for bouncing on it appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.

Pd patching, IRL: 3dPdModular is a modular synth with Pd, RasPi inside

Hard patching, meet soft patching: it’s Eurorack modular, but with a Raspberry Pi and Pure Data inside each module – which means you can mod and make your own modules, too. The post Pd patching, IRL: 3dPdModular is a modular synth with Pd, RasPi inside appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.

New Site Uses Artificial Intelligence To Create Yamaha DX7 Synth Patches So You Don’t Have To

A new website promises to make creating custom DX7 patch banks faster than ever.… Read More New Site Uses Artificial Intelligence To Create Yamaha DX7 Synth Patches So You Don’t Have To

Modular Synth: The Beginner’s Guide to Eurorack

Modular synth is taking over the world. This once uncommon synthesis type has become the main arena for sonic experimentation in electronic music—and beyond. Modular synthesis has a rich history that dates back to the earliest electronic instruments. And its flexibility and versatility are second to none. But getting started with modular isn’t easy. It’s … Continue reading Modular Synth: The Beginner’s Guide to Eurorack

Feed yourself with a free cookbook from Korg and the electronic music and synth community

Here’s a different sort of compilation and synth collaboration – KORG Germany in Berlin invited the likes of Joan La Barbara, Suzanne Ciani, Alva Noto, Dave Smith, and a lot of us relative newcomers, too, to make a cookbook. And it’s free to download. The post Feed yourself with a free cookbook from Korg and … Continue reading Feed yourself with a free cookbook from Korg and the electronic music and synth community