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  1. Rival Consoles' eighth album, the preview tracks are delish. Highly recommended, really looking forward to the release.
  2. Scanner's second album on DiN, synth-oriented cinematic ambient soundscapes. Highly recommended.
  3. Cinematic synthwork from Valerio Lombardozzi as Heinrich Dressel w/ a huge nod towards Carpenterian OST material. Recommended.
  4. Variable electronic & synth work on In†rσwΣrks' first album; RIYL The Jaffa Kid. Recommended.
  5. Mark Rydyger's 12th album as Holon, dark, deep, and moody cyberpunk synthwork, soundtracks for post-Terminator landscapes. PWYW (as are all his releases, so check out them, too), Highly recommended. Rydyger's other alias, Sylac, leans more towards industrial darksynth, EBM even - also worth checking out if that's your thing.
  6. Hey, everyone! Just came to share my newest video-teaching on a technique which I think a good amount of you will find of interest. In the following video, you’re going to learn how to control both analog and digital instruments through movement with the help of TouchDesigner, Ableton Live and a Kinect camera. Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHtUXvb6XMM
  7. Olf Van Elden's first album, peaceful and lucid electronic compositions. Recommended.
  8. 15 tracks of various synth-electro-wave-cyberpunk fare, Holon's style is constant and unwaveringly good. Recommended, PWYW.
  9. No Moon's debut album of soothing ambience and synth layers. Recommended.
  10. Listed my Yamaha AN200 on ebay @ https://www.ebay.com/itm/334329114773 It's great fun & you can go deep with the PLG150-an board using the AN200 editor, or just use the board in a MOTIF rack! to hear the amazing PLG150-an check this out nice overview of the whole box here, but the real secret is the board & editor (free eg demo'd at 4:45)..
  11. Cracking 2xCD/digital compilation of tracks from Maltese producers. Recommended.
  12. Starting with a Carpenteresque cinematic piece and progressing through some hybrid skittering IDM synthwork into a second half of glitchy acid braindance mayhem - Stephen Hummel's (subtractiveLAD) latest has them covered. Recommended, currently PWYW.
  13. Four longform synthbient tracks w/ a continuous mix version, beautiful horizon painting atmospherics. Highly recommended.
  14. Nick Zavriev's second album as Ambidextrous, previously available only on CD, now remastered and available for the first time on vinyl from SEALT, and as an expanded digital version directly from the source. Highly recommended.
  15. if you do a search in youtube, you might find this video about making a bass in fm: however, i am afraid that most of the videos on youtube seem to be tutorials on how to make a skrillex bass. however, a skrillex bass to me isn't really a bass, although it contains some bass fundamentals. i am a little old school, so i prefer a bass instrument to contain mostly bass fundamentals, for the purpose of creating harmonies and other syncopated events. I envision this thread to be a place where we can share patches or discuss getting actual bass sounds out of an fm synth, (also leads, fx, whatever) and produce some knowledge about the subject for composers who like to use an FM synth as an instrument, not just a full frequency sausage effect.
  16. Travel across the synth(etic) universe with BUNKR's new album, very much in the same category as Ambidextrous. Recommended.
  17. Versions of tracks from Panama Fleets' Data Melt album, at times straying a bit too much onto BoCish paths but with personality. Recommended.
  18. A fresh 20-year celebration remaster of a classic ambient/drone/synth/IDM album, originally released on Mille Plateaux in 2001. Highly recommended.
  19. Sweet melodic synth electro-IDM from Splitradix, whose previous outings have been on 030303 and VUR. Recommended.
  20. Breezy summer vibes album from Blackford on Woodwork Records, recommended. Woodwork is a quality electronic label releasing a wide range of electronic music, check out the catalogue while you're at it.
  21. Brings a new meaning to rinse
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