Free online radio. DIY Drone Machine synth with arcade control. There's little that excites us more than a DIY synth, but slapping an arcade-style joystick onto a fuzzy, glitchy, beeping analog monster practically pushes us over the edge.
Synth-master Unearthed Circuits has combined four oscillators with various levels of pitch adjustment and come up with Drone Machine; the joystick individually mutes or activates each one. Pitch is either controlled by the cluster of retro knobs in the lower left-hand corner, or can be thrown over to the bank of photo-resistors up near the top. The dangling arm is actually a strobe light that can be directed at those photo-resistors for some extra-glitchy triggering. Finally there's an effects section, with overdrive, fuzz and ring-mod effects. Again, there's the potential of linear control over them via knobs, but the metal handles at the front are in fact body contacts for less predictable results. [via MAKE] Theremin. Theremins for Every Budget! Theremin. This article is about the instrument.
For the inventor, see Léon Theremin. The theremin (/ˈθɛrəmɪn/ THERR-ə-min; originally known as the ætherphone/etherphone, thereminophone or termenvox/thereminvox), is an early electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact by the thereminist (performer). It is named after the Westernized name of its Russian inventor, Léon Theremin, who patented the device in 1928. On July 20, 2013, a group of 272 theremin players (Matryomin ensemble) in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan, achieved a Guinness world record as the largest theremin ensemble. (YouTube link) The name Matryomin is a portmanteau of the words matryoshka and theremin.
History The theremin was originally the product of Soviet government-sponsored research into proximity sensors. Although the RCA Thereminvox (released immediately following the Stock Market Crash of 1929), was not a commercial success, it fascinated audiences in America and abroad. Operating principles Theremin Kit Sales. A resource for d.i.y. music projects. MetaSynth audio mac. Version 5.4 has just been released and is fully Mavericks compatible.
If you own MetaSynth, retrieve the download info here. MetaSynth is an award-winning electronic music and sound design studio for OS X. Its six "rooms" provide six unique environments for creating and manipulating sound. There is much more to MetaSynth than creating sound from pictures. See and hear it in action on our videos page. MetaSynth is an electronic music studio for Mac OS X where you create, compose, design and transform music and sound in a unique environment that invites exploration. You can compose and mix full-length compositions in MetaSynth or use it to create or process elements that you use inside the DAW of your choice. MetaSynth is not a soft-synth or plug-in.
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Virtual Instruments. Native Instruments has updated Maschine to version 2.1.
It’s a free update for existing users. The video above, via Maschine Tutorials, is a quick overview of the new features. Here’s what’s new in Maschine 2.1: Continue reading Sound developer K-Sounds has released Epic Grand for the Korg Kronos and Kronos X, featuring detailed stereo samples of a Japanese grand piano. Epic Grand offers eight sampled dynamic layers plus damper resonance, release resonance, hammer noise samples, and multi-dynamic damper noise samples. Omenie has updated its virtual Mellotron for iPad, Mellotronics M3000 HD, with new ‘tapes’ from the Streetly Electronics archive. Synthetic Bits has released FunkBox version 3.4, an update that adds iOS 7.1 support, Inter-App Audio and Audiobus 2 compatibility. FunkBox is an iOS app that simulates the sound and look of vintage drum machines. Here’s what’s new in FunkBox 3.4: Continue reading Here’s an example of Chinee Orchestra SE in action: Continue reading Continue reading.