Short demo featuring the Akai VX 90
This is a small demo from the AKAI VX 90. Actually a basic one-osc VCO synth ( 6 voices ), but with some special features like the PWM over all waveforms, FM, Chorus FX, Unison Modus this unit shines with a very nice analog sound. All sounds from the VX 90, exept the snare, rim and the short toms ( Roland TR-808 ), the HH and the clap are the drumatic 3 plugin. The bassdrum and the simmons-toms are made with the AKAI VX 90.
With an identical voice structure to the AX73, the VX90 is little more than a rack-mount version. It is a MIDI equipped six-voice analog synthesizer with advanced digital controls and functions. Like the AX73 it has an auto-tune function and a really nice VCF lowpass/hipass filter and envelope section. The VX90′s memory capacity holds up to 100 patches. It can be played polyphonically or in a stacked unison mode for that thick lead sound for your rave and techno anthems. A really cool feature of the VX90 is that you can plug the Akai S-612, S-900 and S-950 samplers in to it and run their samples through the VX90′s analog filter and envelope sections.