Nu-Trix the synth guy

With more than 30 years of synth design under his belt, Nu-Trix is testing, reviewing and presenting old synth classics as well as the latest hardware and software synths.

Learn new tricks for your synth.

You will find in Nu-Trix the Synth Guy website tons of tips and tricks for your synths (or soon to be yours). Don’t hesitate to write about a topics.

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YouTube is my main channel for content creation today. That’s where you will get all the latest tests and reviews.

But when you are lookin for an older review or even other relate contents I find it easier to browse the blog instead. They complete each other.

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The latest Blog post.

The Ultimate Roland System 8 guide

The Roland System 8 is a plugout synth that can recreate a lot of classic Roland synths but it also has its own impressive synthesis engine.

Roland Jupiter X Free software editor

Roland Jupiter XM Free software editor – setting up and using it. Roland is listening to the users! They have now released a free software editor librarian for the Jupiter X and XM. You just need a Free Roland Cloud to download it and … update the firmware of your Jupiter to 1.43 and you…

Some Arturia Pigments tutorials showing why it’s so cool.

Pigments is the flagship hybrid synth sampler software from Arturia. It’s different from other soft synths but of course there’s the classic vintage virtual analog circuitry in it.

Multiphonics CV-1, Review and guided tour

Multiphonics CV-1, Review and guided tour – ​@Applied Acoustics Systems . Applied Acoustic System is at it again. This time they have released a #modular soft synth named Multiphonics CV-1. I prepared 2 videos for this one :this video is a review and guided tour and the next one is a preset sound demo. 00:00…


@UVI PX SUNBOX – so good, I made a song in a day (only SUNBOX sounds) I really like what @UVI is putting out. They sample these obscure synths that are so difficult to get. UVI did the job for you. They got the Sunsyn, program lots of patches, then sample them to finally create…

iPad music production

Since I got my first iPad (the iPad2) I have been obsessed with making mobile music using only the iPad. I actually came about with my iPad Pro 12″ in 2017.

The iPad as a music production platform.

Yes, the iPad can be a music production equal to a computer DAW. It’s that powerful today. The apps are amazing and the mobility is second to none… It’s an iPad = pure mobility!
My years of teaching and music making are being reinvested in the project of sharing my passion for electronic music. I was an electronic music freak when rock was cool. Yeah, I’m that old. I like to explain and share my knowledge so that other can feel as complete as I when I’m creating music.

Do not hesitate to write. (email, facebook, instragram, YouTube) I’ll try to find an answer.

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