106.js: Roland Juno-106 emulation in your browser!

A virtual analog Roland Juno-106 by Steven Goldberg using WebAudio and Web MIDI

106.js: Roland Juno-106 emulation in your browser!

Polyphonic and MIDI enabled, meaning you can hook up a midi keyboard and controller and use the synth without having to look at the screen or use your computer’s keyboard. If you’d like to check out the source, it’s an open-source project on Github where you can also find the manual if needed.

You can play with it here, or own my own site, Synthles, where I’ve installed it as well!



Mix: Techno? I Say Techyes! 5

Part 5 of my quarterly techno mixes

Techno I Say Techyes 5

During a party I was playing at the subwoofer passed away, sadly. Leaving me and the crowd without bass. To make up for the lack of low frequencies at the event, here’s a mix of what I meant to play.

Included with this recording: As much bass as you could possible desire.

Part 4 was late, so part 5 is early! Enjoy!





ShowKaas presents “Symbiotic Sessions”


Live Techno Formations

Symbiotic Sessions banner

Utrecht based community “ShowKaas” started out in 2012 as a feedback group for deejays/producers/vj’s and other creative music-lovers to share knowledge, inspire, help out and connect. The ShowKaas Group is a place where producers and deejays receive music and creation related news and tips, discuss current events and receive quality feedback on tracks and sets. Same goes for their various network gatherings and educational events in the physical world. The crew consists of six experienced musicians – they produce, dj, perform live, and like to share their insights, inspiration and knowledge.

Innovative, creative and versatile – that’s what techno should be like, according to the ShowKaas team. Based on this vision they decided to bound their experiences to build a cooperative live techno concept: “Symbiotic Sessions”.

In november 2014 the first edition launched at ACU Utrecht. The feedback of the audience and professionals from the music industry confirmed they were on the right track. With weekly jams and practice sessions they perfected the concept and worked out different methods, techniques and types of sets in variable formations.

Now they are ready for the next demonstration – With cases full of gear they will to take you on an energetic trip from melodic, groovy to dark and hard atmospheric techno, combined with awesome lights and visuals.

On-stage: Synthesizers, Drum Machines, Bass Guitars, Mixers, Sound Modulators, MIDI Controllers, Vocoders, Turntables and more.

Live Techno Artists:

Near Earth Object [ 66kHz, escape records ]
Dave Mech [ black void, defuse records ]
Actitect [ tech factory, konsep records ]
JordyVision [ sonof8bits, prowess records ]
Matthias Klein (offical page) [ symbiotic sessions ]



Date, time and location:
Thursday, May 7th (May Holiday)
22.00 – Till the last man standing
ACU, Voorstraat 71, Utrecht
Free entry!

Event page on Facebook
Press-kit (Download)
Press-kit (Printer friendly)



Mini Vinyl Market at Revenge (Record Store Day) [18-4-2015]


A pop-op market where deejays come to sell records from their collection

Record Store Day at Revenge, picture by Vivid Suit

Photography by Vivid Suit

For more information check the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1533655743568198/



Techno? I Say Techyes! 4

Part 4 of my quarterly techno compilation ‘Techno? I Say Techyes!’. With hard deep techno beats from past, present and future.