• XILS 4 v1.5.2 WiN-R2R
    September 15th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: AAX, VSTi, WiNDOWS, x64, x86, XILS-lab


    XILS 4 v1.5.2 WiN

    Team R2R | Jan 23 2020 | 24 MB

    PLATFORM : WiN32/64 – VSTi/AAX

    The XILS 4 emulates a prototype that was never released, the EMS VCS4, based on two integrated, interlinked and interacting VCS 3 ( Synthi) cores. We also coupled them with the famous 256 analog polysequencer…

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    • Buchla Easel V v1.4.1.2810 WiN CSE-V.R
      May 25th, 2019 ⚡MaGeSY®


      Buchla Easel V v1.4.1.2810 WiN

      TEAM V.R | 24.05.2019 | 65.86 MB



      The Buchla Easel V is the first recreation of Don Buchla’s iconic instrument that helped define experimental West Coast modular synthesis in the early ‘70s. Our enhancements translate to vastly expanded possibilities for sound design and avant-garde music. You’ve always wanted to paint with sound. Now you can with the Buchla Easel V. One look at the Buchla Easel V and you know this is a different beast. In fact, it makes you think differently about sound right from the start—and the soundscapes you can design with it are as unique as the front panel array. To put that experience at your fingertips, we meticulously recreated the rare 1973 Buchla Music Easel right down to the component level. As you’ve come to expect from our other V-series instruments, we’ve gone the extra mile by designing in an enhanced feature set including polyphony, innovative new modulation/control sources, step sequencer, effects, and more. If you like to paint outside the lines, Buchla Easel V is the perfect artistic tool for you.

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      • Learning Modular Synthesis: Moog Mother-32 Semimodular Synth TUTORiAL
        April 4th, 2018 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: Tutorials


        Learning Modular Synthesis TUTORiAL

        Team kEiSO | 03 Apr 2017 | 950.0 MB

        Moog Mother-32 Semimodular Synth

        The Moog Mother-32 is a very popular starter instrument for those looking to get into modular synthesis. It contains a capable one-oscillator synthesizer voice with a Moog design filter, as well as surprisingly full-featured step sequencer. Best of all, it’s a semimodular synth in that all of its components are already wired together and able to create sounds right out of the box. But it also contains a Patch panel, allowing you to override its internal wiring as well as connect it to external synthesizer modules. Synth designer Chris Meyer gives you a quick-start introduction to all three of these sections of the Moog Mother-32, including how to mount the Mother-32 into a Eurorack-format case, plus important advice on the first external modules you might want to add to it.

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        • Learning Modular Synthesis Eurorack Expansion TUTORiAL
          July 4th, 2017 ⚡MaGeSY®
          Categories: Tutorials


          Learning Modular Synthesis  TUTORiAL

          P2P | 04 Jul 2017 | 6h59m | MP4 | 3.47 GB

          Eurorack Expansion

          You have a small core modular or semi-modular synth, and you’re wondering: What should I add next to grow the capabilities of my system? And how can I get the most out of what I buy? In this extensive course, synth designer Chris Meyer reveals the important utility or “glue” modules you need to expand a core system such as a Moog Mother-32, and then explores a selection of the wide range of modules available in the Eurorack modular synthesizer format.

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          • Learning Modular Synthesis: Arturia Modular V TUTORiAL
            January 13th, 2017 ⚡MaGeSY®
            Categories: Tutorials


            Learning Modular Synthesis:

            Arturia Modular V TUTORiAL

            P2P | Jan 13 2017 | 836 MB

            One of the most exciting areas of music creation is modular synthesis, where you get to interconnect the fundamental building blocks of a synthesizer to create your own instrument. In this course, music industry veteran and synth designer Chris Meyer uses the Arturia Modular V software—a realistic emulation of the original Moog modular synths of the 1960s and 1970s—to teach you how to “patch” a modular synth to create your own sounds. Chris starts with the fundamentals of how harmonics and sound work, as well as how to connect the modules together. He then goes through the main modules individually, explaining the differences between oscillator waveshapes, filter types, and more, while demonstrating how to use them in a musical context. The third chapter teaches advanced techniques such as frequency and amplitude modulation, as well as using the effects and advanced filters in Arturia Modular V.

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            • Learn Modular Synthesis TUTORiAL-P2P
              May 24th, 2016 ⚡MaGeSY®
              Categories: Tutorials


              Learn Modular Synthesis TUTORiAL

              P2P | May 23 2016 | 1.8 GB

              One of the most exciting areas of modern music creation is modular synthesis, where you get to assemble your own flexible and customizable instruments using components (aka modules) from a variety of manufacturers. In this course, music industry veteran and synth designer Chris Meyer guides you through putting together a modular system and interconnecting it with the rest of your studio. He reviews typical module arrangements, explains how the modules talk to each other, and covers details such as the differences between waveforms, filter modes, envelope types, and more. This course will be based around the widely available Magesy® SYSTEM-500 Eurorack-standard synthesizer modules, complemented with modules from several other manufacturers. As most modules, synthesizer keyboards, and plugins are designed around the same principles, this course lets you dig deeper into synthesis and programming your sounds regardless of the equipment you own.

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