Welcome to the Godlike Productions Website.
This site features the official web presence of Time of The Sines, LD 120, Cephlon, The X Lander and LOST, Perth electronic bands, and also the services that can be provided by Godlike Production for your own production, mixing, mastering or live sound.

It is also the home to the Mastering Vast forum for Kurzweil synthesizer support and a bunch of other useful stuff.

Using Our Services

We have a good selection of high quality gear, and we are happy to work directly with you, or via services such as The Audio Hunt.  We are actively looking at new ways to provide services to our clients.

Latest News

  • H9000 Formant Filter

    A demo of the new H9000 Formant Filter Algorithm developed by Godlike Productions.
    To support us, please subscribe at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/godlikeprod
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  • H9000 Synth Algorithm Released

    After 4 months of hard work bending VSIG to our will, we're proud to present a 4 Voice Synth algorithm for the Eventide H9000. Feed it MIDI notes, and you'll discover a highly configurable and great sounding synth featuring 2 oscillators plus a sub-oscillator for each voice, 2 filters, distortion, analog saturation and a very flexible modulation matrix with 3 envelopes and 2 LFO's.

    Available now at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/godlikeprod/e/127840
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  • H9000 is One Fat Synth

    Here's my latest crazy project. Building a 4 Voice Synth inside an Eventide H9000.

    Still in development, but this thing is FAT.

    Demo of finished algorithm at https://youtu.be/piiwbFauTNA

    To support my work and get a copy of this when it is completed, point your browser to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/godlikeprod
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  • H9000 Dynamic Send

    The Dynamic Send Algorithm allows you to send loud and soft parts of a sound to different FX chains. This is currently available for subscribers only. Head over to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/godlikeprod to support our work.
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  • Times Of The Sines featured on Clan Analogue Compilation

    Clan Analogue celebrate 30 Years and the TB-303!
    Two events, from 40 years ago and 30 years ago, seemingly unrelated yet completely intertwined, are celebrated in Clan Analogue’s newest compilation release Cognition 303: Bassline Deviations.

    In 1982 Roland released a new bass sequencer and synthesizer which manifestly failed in its intended purpose – to replace the bass player.
    In 1992 Brendan Palmer and Toby Grime had a chance meeting on a train platform in Sydney, bonding over their shared love of obsolete electronic music instruments, and decided to form an electronic music artists’ collective.
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