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Carre Couleur Spark DubStep Audio clips

Spark DubStep minimix 1

by Mike Hosker
Spark DubStep - minimix 2

by Mike Hosker

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Carre Couleur Origin Audio clips

Dub

by Arturia (JM & Vinx)
This dub track has been entirely made with Origin, except the bass drum and the hi hat. Delay, chorus, phasing and short reverb effects all come from Origin.
Play it loud, I'm Origin and I'm proud

by Thomas Koot
Progressive song entirely made with Origin, including drums. No external effects, compression or EQ-ing. Sidechaining effects made with sequencer driven envelopes.
Electro demo

by JMB Arturia
A demo track based on the Multi “Dark Side 80s”. it originally uses 4 program playing in layering mode: 1 leads sound, a warm and fat bass sequence, an electro drum sequence, a complex dual percussive sequences program and a rich pad! The mix of this track has been done in real time using the Program’s volume MIDI CC controllers and the mod wheel opening the cutoff frequency of the pad sound’s filter.
Lake and Forest

by TJam
A nice Jazz ambient soundscape using the “Jazz Guitar”, a “12 strings” Guitar, a warm and deep strings pad and a light lead sound.
Wes Montgomery Four on six

by JMB Arturia
A jazz trio standard played by Origin. The jazz guitar and the double bass parts have been played with a Guitar MIDI controller to keep the guitar and bass intact feeling. The drum parts have been played with Drum Session thanks to a MIDI drum.

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Carre Couleur Jupiter-8V Audio clips

Fantrasy

by The Circuit Symphony
An song by The Circuit Symphony. All sounds have been made with the JP-8V.
The Feeling - Arturia Version

by The Circuit Symphony
An electro pop song by The Circuit Symphony. All sounds have been made with the JP-8V except the drum loops.
Jsoundz

by C.Laffite (website)
A funky track by Christian Laffite. All sounds have been made with the JP-8V except the drum loops.
JP8 Tek demo

by Teknotanz
A progressive house track which shows a complete view of the Jupiter-8V's possibilities and new features. All sounds and effects have been exclusively designed on the Jupiter-8V.
Crunchy House

by Chris de Jong
Track entirely made with the Jupiter-8V (including drums), no additionnal FX. Cubase multiband compression and maximizer on master.
Space Vibe

by Chris de Jong
Track entirely made with the Jupiter-8V (including drums), no additionnal FX. Cubase multiband compression and maximizer on master.

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Carre Couleur Analog Factory Audio clips

Computer Factory's Riot

by Daniel Stawczyk
Analog Factory sounds only (including drums)
I Need Some Acoustic Friend cut

by Daniel Stawczyk
Analog Factory sounds only (including drums)
Too Thirsty To Hum

by Daniel Stawczyk
Analog Factory sounds only (including drums)
Retromatic

by Larry Hopkins
Track made using the Minimoog V and the ARP 2600 V.
Bach_Ital_Mvmt3

by Larry Hopkins
Track made using Analog Factory (sounds from the Minimoog V, the ARP 2600 V, the Moog Modular V and the Prophet V)
the A factory part 1

by Laurent Collat (Elegia)
Down tempo demo track made with Analog Factory only.
the A factory part 2

by Laurent Collat (Elegia)
Down tempo demo track made with Analog Factory only
Change

by Christian Laffite (website)
Jazz funk demo using Analog Factory except the drums and a funky rhythm guitar sample (in the last part of the demo).
Mare Tranquillitas

by Ronald Schmidt
An spacemusic ambient style song made with the Analog Factory plugin. It uses some synth percussions and Moog Modular presets.
Analog Factory SHORT Demo

by St.Deriau-Reine & FR.Blaszczyk
Arranged and mixed by Franck Blaszczyk in Cubase SX. All instruments and effects made with Analog Factory except for Drums. Synth Bass part dubbed with Double Bass samples.
Analog Factory Brumz N' Dass Demo

by FR.Blaszczyk
Track made in Cubase SX. All instruments and effects made with Analog Factory except for Drums.
Analog Factory Electro Demo

by FR.Blaszczyk
Track made in Cubase SX. All instruments and effects made with Analog Factory except for Drums.

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Carre Couleur Prophet V Audio clips

Prophetik SoundTrack

by Franck Blaszczyk
Demo track made with Prophet V only, except for the drums. Pad sounds programmed with Prophet Hybrid. Sequenced with Cubase SX.
Pfunk05

by Christian Laffitte (website)
"I have chosen to create a track from the period in which the Prophet 5 and VS rained supreme synth: the 80's. The bass sounds are deep, the highs very airy and atmospheric. It was easy to achieve the 80's funk disco style of the time using the Prophet V."
It continues

by Laurent Collat
Track made with 12 instances of the Prophet V. Additionnal drums have been programmed with an E-mu morpheus.
The ProPhet Has Spoken

by Fabulous Fab
Track made with Prophet V only, including drums. 16 instances of the Prophet V have been used in Ableton Live 5.0, one reverb from Live and one or two compressors. The final mix has been made with the Sony-Oxford limiter in Protools 7.0 M Powered.
Prophetable

by Franck Blaszczyk
Drum'n'Bass. Track made with Prophet V only, except for the drums.
Trip Proph Track

by Franck Blaszczyk
Electronic Trip Hop. Track made with Prophet V only, except for the drums.
PV TranceDemo

by Yohannes Regnier
A Trance track by Yohannes Regnier - Silicon Sound - using the Prophet V (Except the hi-hat cymbals and the snare drum samples).
Hybrid is in da nr 5 House

by Franck Blaszczyk
Demo track made with Prophet V only, except for the drums. Pad sounds programmed with Prophet Hybrid. Sequenced with Cubase SX.

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Carre Couleur Brass Audio clips


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Carre Couleur ARP2600 V Audio clips

I Love You

by Mateo Lupo
A fun example of speech made using the ARP 2600V. This is a great demonstration that shows just how versatile the ARP 2600V can be, and what a wide variety of sounds are hidden inside.
6-8 Sequence

by Arturia
A big three oscillators lead sound with auto pan but without additional effects + hi hat rhythm with the ARP2600 V spring reverb.
Bass_notch

by Arturia
A square wave double oscillator bass sound showing all the power of the notch filter. (Listen to the notch frequency parameter sweep)
Bossa

by Arturia
Three ARP2600 V have been used for this short sequence:
  • the rhythmic patern is played by the preset "Celmar Engel / Sequences / cheap Bossa" (an old analog rythme box like sounds)
  • A simple bass sound (JM.Blanchet/Basses/JMB_Bass_SubOsc) played in sequence with Cubase SX.
  • A warm pad sound based on the "C.Engel/Pads/ CE_RythmPad02", using a resonant low pass filter frequency swept by the MIDI synchronized sample and hold, and a slow sinus wave LFO.
Funky goes

by Arturia
A little groove sample track using 8 ARP2600 V on Sonar 4 All the drums sounds have been programmed with the ARP2600 V (you will find all these separated drums elements on the k.Lamb/Percussives bank)
Do you remember ?

by Arturia
You'll certainly recognize this famous funky jazz bass line which has been originally made on an ARP synthesizer in 1974...
Sound effects

by Arturia
A cheap 70'science fiction sound effects using five ARP2600V sequenced on Sonar 4 The famous Edgard Winter "Frankeinstein" sound has been used in the end of this track.
Talk machine

by Arturia
A robot sound effects using the "JM.Blanchet/EFX/JMB_ Talk_machine" preset.
NOR MATT

by Mateo Lupo
Matt LUPO, one of our sound designers, has made a short song with 9 instances of the ARP2600 V...

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Carre Couleur Mini V Audio clips

Retromatic

by Larry Hopkins
Track made using the Minimoog V and the ARP 2600 V.
5 blips house

by Fabrice Gabriel
11 Minimoog V instances were used in this demo song. Many thanks to the author, Fabrice Gabriel.
Elektro side of the minimoog V

by Jean-Michel Blanchet
12 minimoog V tracks in Cubase SX. No additional samples were used. All the sounds used in this piece are available in a preset bank of the minimoog V plug-in. Many thanks to the author, Jean-Michel Blanchet.
Brandenburg Concerto no. 3

by Mateo Lupo
A fragment of Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, 1st movement. Many thanks to the author, Mateo Lupo.
OnTheOtherHand

by Scott Solida, aka The Prayer Capsule
More about The Prayer Capsule, Scot Solida's solo project : http://www.olscratchrecordings.com/prayercapsule.htm. Many thanks to the author, Scott Solida, aka The Prayer Capsule
Mooglinger2

by Vincent Guyard et Michel Geiss
Many thanks to the author, Vincent Guyard et Michel Geiss.
Minimoog demo by Mitsuru Sakau

by Mitsuru Sakaue
A Minimoog V demo song inspired by Chick Corea, Jan Hammer, Rick Wakeman and Pink Floyd. Many thanks to the author, Mitsuru Sakaue.
Still ill

by Fabrizio Massara
Fabrizio Massara (a.k.a. fab) is a keyboardist/composer/producer. He's a member of Baustelle, alternative pop italian band (two albums released, now signed to Warner Music Italy). He makes (real) love with (virtual) synths when the girls fall asleep... Many thanks to the author, Fabrizio Massara.

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Carre Couleur CS-80V Audio clips

CSolo

by Bart Garratt
CSolo is a short composition demonstrating the expressive power of the CS-80V when played with polyphonic aftertouch. The piece uses one preset and was performed in real time. Only reverb was added.
Epic Anthem

by Rikke Lind
Soundtrack made of 11 instances of the CS-80 V. No extra effects, except limiter for mastering. Rikke Lind, Sweden
1889 Paris_Exposition

by Fabrizio Massara
Fabrizio Massara (a.k.a. fab) is a keyboardist/composer/producer. He's a member of Baustelle , alternative pop italian band (two albums released, now signed to Warner Music Italy). He makes (real) love with (virtual) synths when the girls fall asleep...
Feierlich und gemessen

by Gustav Mahler
Inspired from the third mouvement of Gustav Mahler's "Titan" symphony, named Feierlich und gemessen ("Solemn and measured"). Mahler himself was clearly inspired by the nursery rhyme Brother John.
Jerusalem

by Mateo Lupo
Inspired from the choral piece of Chariots of Fire (Vangelis). This cathedral anthem was originally composed by Sir Hubert Parry (1848-1918) in 1900.
Aquarium

by Mateo Lupo
Adapted from The Carnival of the Animals by Saint-Saens.
Clear Water

by Clear Water project
Here is a short music clip that Glen made using nothing but the CS-80V. It's not a real song, just an audio scribble of an idea he has. It uses 6 tracks of CS-80V, some EQ and some compression.
CS-80V Medley

by Fin
A quite extensive and various demo piece, showing many ways to play the CS-80V. Pads, strings, some high-register sounds are from the CS-80V. Sequencing and basslines are from the Moog Modular V. Some other percussion and effect plug-ins have been used.
Winterhat

by Matthew Tyas
Made with 6 CS-80V tracks plus a stereo drum track (recorded live). Reverb and compression have been added to the final mix. Courtesy of Matthew Tyas.
Body and Soul

by Jean-Michel Blanchet
A jazz guitar demo made with the CS-80V.The preset used is: JM-Blanchet _Guitars_The-Club. The setting of the LP cutoff from the first synthesis line has been increased a bit to make the sound more brighter.
CS-80V demo by Mitsuru Sakaue

by Mitsuru Sakaue
A CS-80V demo song inspired by Vangelis and Eddie Jobsom. Big thanks to Mitsuru Sakaue.

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Carre Couleur Modular V Audio clips

Travesia Sagrada 01

by Jose Luis Suazo
Song made with Moog Modular and samples of sounds of the nature park in HONDURAS.
Me_and_Moogy_V2

by Ambient Field
Ambient Field aka Patrick Wiklacz, the new Berlin School style, learn more about him at : www.ambient-field.net
Modular Funk

by Jean-Michel Blanchet
A piece of funk music.
Jerusalem

by Mateo Lupo
Inspired from the choral piece of Chariots of Fire (Vangelis).
Overreality

by Jean-Michel Blanchet
Yes, you can also make trance music with a modular....
LiKE

by Arturia
8 Moog Modular V, a slight reverb in Cubase, drum samples, a pinch of Hammond organ, and that's it!
The Soul Song

by Fabrice Gabriel
Made only with Moog Modular V, drums and an electric guitar. I used compression on some parts. Modulations are played in real time with the pitch bend and modulation wheels. You can hear the extreme versatility and power of the Modular.
Fabrice Gabriel's dreams

by Fabrice Gabriel
This song was made with several instances of the Moog Modular V, drums and a shaker. The only added effect is compression to limit extra dynamics, and sometimes eqs in the high frequencies to add some air to the sound.
Dale's Demo

by Dale Ong
A short demo sent by Dale Ong, from the USA, who worked for Bob Moog in the 80's. It was recorded (rendered in Sonar actually) using just 6 tracks, all MMV with no external processing. Courtesy of Dale Ong.
Bach's Invention #8

by Jay Denonville
Bach's Invention #8, arranged and recorded by Jay Denonville. Recorded in ProTools using 8 tracks. Some tracks use half-speed recording for different timbral effects. Most patches are very simple, just using 3 oscillators, 2 envelopes, and a low-pass filt.
Somethin' Going On

by Ryan Richardson
This file was sent to us with this nice comment: "This is Ryan Richardson from ThinkWare. Just wanted to let you know that your Moog product is excellent. The following link contains an mp3 file of a project I am doing with Moog Modular..."
Brandenburg Concerto

by Gil Sicuro
A fragment of Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, 1st movement. Only one instance of MMV has been used, rendering track by track of a total of 22 audio tracks. No external EQ, compression or FX were used the sound is right as it comes from the Moog Modular V, which was used as a VST Plug-In on Cubase SX under Mac OS X, in 24-bit@44100 Hz.
MMV demo song by Mitsuru Sakau

by Mitsuru Sakau
A MMV demo song inspired by Isao Tomita, Claus Shulze, and Keith Emerson who is Mitsuru's idol. Many thanks to Mitsuru Sakaue
MMV2.0 Medley

by Jin-Mitch
Jean-Michel gives us a medley song which shows the new features of MMV 2.0; strings, jazz piano solo which uses the Bod Shifter, and a lead using the Ring Modulator with organ chords behind.

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Carre Couleur Storm Audio clips