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  1. Highly recommended for those of you who enjoy listening to goa and psy on vinyl records and want the absolute best in fidelity. I use a DBX 3BX series ii which is a 3 band expander that processes dynamic range expansion independently across three seperate frequency bands. Dynamic range expansion attenuates the volume of quiet sounds below a given threshold and makes them sound quieter while boosting loud passages to sound louder. The expansion of the difference in volume of the signal is key to making it sound like live music and not a compressed mp3 played on a clock radio. I have to mention the reduced surface noise and wider stereo image being some of the benefits of adding one in your system. Combined with a graphic equalizer and subharmonic synthesizer which processes the lowest frequency and the notes played in the incoming signal and synthesises the the same notes but in a frequency 50% lower and re introduces them back into the signal. This gives a low end that you feel more than hear.. DBX gear is highly recommended
  2. Title: Altering the Synaptic Controllers Artist: Ufomatka Label: Sentimony Records Release: 2 January 2018 Tracklist: 1. Multiplexer 2. Alien Controlled Human Exterminator 3. Fornax Cluster 4. Warper-mutator 5. Weird Species Sentimony records really summed this release up better than I ever could. "The release name came from nowhere and the dick knows what it is, but it will all fuck us out Get it now and have fun! " It fucked me out the first time I heard it. It's nice to see Goa artists step outside of the comfort zone of traditional 4 on the floor structures and just let loose with their tools. only 3 songs here are really Goa, the other 2 are more Break Beat, sloa styled fuck knows what (Like the track titles).... But they're interesting to say the least. Oh and quite good. 1. Multiplexer - Our journey begins a pretty radical baseline, simple but radical. The track plods along nicely reaching what we could call some sort of climax around the last act of the song. This EP is clearly gonna get points for standing out from what has been released recently. 2. Alien Controlled Human Exterminator - A bouncier track with analog leads pumping out at us as it goes along. The intensity builds quite nicely as random squelches and sounds keep things interesting. Ufo doesn't over use anything and keeps it fresh. 3. Fornax Cluster - The most melodic of the tracks so far. Funky baselines, pure analog shooting us into the unexplored dimensions of dirty space. What? you thought space was all magical and pretty. Well Ufomatka proves us wrong here. Acid drenched planets wizz by as our spaceship wipes grime from its windows. Beautiful in its own way. 4. Warper-mutator - Our hyperspace intergalactic travels have flown right down. Stuck now in the grease dripping, uninhabited bogs of another world, Ufomatka continues our journey. Very trippy track, the pa rum pa rum rum of the percussion really stands out for me. Analog AF. 5. Weird Species - The strangest of the tracks, about as alien as it can get. I feel myself floating through the final canals of our journey. As soon as it appears as though I might make it through to the other side I end up where I started. Looking at this weird species that managed to find itself here, altering synaptic controllers. Thats it folks. A truly wild and weird ride through Ufomatka's soundscapes. His creativity really stands out here and those of you that love pure rough analog, boy oh boy get a taste of this. While rough around the edges (I believe it was meant to be) you've got something here that really does stand out from what I've heard not only Ufomatka release but other artists in this genre. Keep it up amigo. https://sentimony.bandcamp.com/album/ufomatka-altering-the-synaptic-controllers
  3. Would you like to have some synthesizers with that beat? 1joy: (Free Download)
  4. Hey guys, I've decided to sell my virus ti snow cause it's too digital and wimpy sounding. I want to replace it with one or more of the newer analog synths. Was wondering if you guys have any recommendation for stuff with a really good filter that would be good for the hardware goa sound (for example stuff like Celestial Intelligence)? I am thinking about maybe the MS20 mini or one of the new roland things like the forthcoming SE02. I also saw video of a guy making amazing goa on one of the Dreadbox units. I used to have a prophet 08, but all the dave smith stuff I have owned has had issues and broken so I refuse to buy his stuff anymore. Currently I'm mainly using the nord lead 2, minibrute (it's so meh though), virus rack, virus snow...then for VSTs: LuSH-101, Superwave Ultimate (kind of a JP8000 clone), Superwave Sirius (kind of a MS2000 clone), and Sylenth. So as you can see I really like the 90s VAs but I feel like goa needs a good analog filter. Any recommendations? No old/really expensive/bulky stuff plz
  5. Hi Guys I just wanted to inform you, that I opened new analog online mastering studio oriented on Psytrance / Fullon / Darkpsy / Hitech / Proggy mastering. Im in mastering and music production business for over 10 years. I mastered artists like: Parasense, Dirty Saafi, Parasect, Synthetik Chaos, Headworks, GoaTree, Annunaki, Fractal spin, Spiritual mode and many others, worked for labels like Bom Shanka London, Squarelab music France www.onlinemasteringstudio.eu I equipped my new studios with standard hi-end gear (Crane Song, Avalon, TC Electronic) as well as sepacial custom made / modified analog gear for original color and sound texture. Feel free to send me your songs for free test mastering :-) Marian
  6. Checking out the Mode Machines​ Wasp Filter, a somewhat rare to find multi-mode analog filter with drive and self oscillation. Please subscribe if you like our videos
  7. Taking a look and listen at the Meeblip Anode, an affordable mini synth with digital oscs and an analog filter. Features and operation. Please subscribe if you like our videos Visit us: http://www.faxinadu.net
  8. FIRST VIDEO CLIP FROM "Ocean Star Empire - Dots On Maps" ! On our first album the track Nuno's Abduction starts off a little side story about one of the officers of the convoy seeking the Ocean Star getting abducted, without anyone knowing exactly by who and why..... we continue Nuno's story in our album Dots On Maps, with this track, called Where Is Nuno, dealing with the ensuing search... This track makes extensive use of a Moog Slim Phatty and a Moog Minitaur for a heavy breathing analog vibe, Also in the game are Sonic Core's Scope synths and modular, some digital hardware synths, and a few vsti. The clip combines generative graphics with footage from North Carolina (USA) and some footage from Israel. Buy the album while it is in presale and get a bunch of bonuses with your order here: https://oceanstarempire.bandcamp.com
  9. Which hardware / analog step sequencers are good for making Goa?
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