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Here is a video of the Korg Poly 61. I programmed some new sounds into the memory bank and set up a loop on the tape recorder. You can edit the 2 digital VCOs, the filter and VCA which share an envelope, and send an LFO to the filter, pitch and VCA. Thats pretty much it, but the results of combining these few parameters are really satisfying, especially when dealing with first-generation analog/digital hybrid electronic circuits
The second bit of the video was shot at Tate Modern, where they have a really good 60s/70s minimalist show on at the moment. There was an arresting yellow Anthony Caro that caught my eye
Vintage synthesizer track featuring the Roland M-VS1
supported by UVI: http://bit.ly/retrosound-uvi
all sounds: Roland M-VS-1 “Vintage Synth” module from the year 1995
recording: multi-tracking without midi
fx: reverb and delay
No vintage synthesizer but a synthesizer module with nice vintage synth sound. 😉
256 waveforms (Oberheim, PPG, Moog, ARP, Mellotron, Solina, CS-80, Roland SH, Jupiter, JX, Juno, MKS, VP330, TR-808 samples and a lot more)
KORG PROPHECY Synth Demo, Part 2 of a 2 Part video series on my favorite patches, and a ‘walkthrough.’ of programming changes. Be sure to watch for a Part 2 of a deeper video series on programming soon to follow.
I will provide a download link, upon request, to the Korg Prophecy Parameter Guide & The MOSS-TRI User’s Guide, which is the manual for the Prophecy board for the Korg Trinity “Plus”…not the V3 Z1 MOSS-TRI Board (they are different synths):
The KORG PROPHECY was among the first “Virtual Analog” synthesizers from the mid to late 90s, and is one of my favorite synths due to it’s truly extensive architecture. It remains one of the more complex and unique sounding “Physical Modeling” Synthesizers ever made.
Vintage synthesizer demo track
all sounds: YAMAHA DX7 II FM Synthesizer (1987)
drums: LinnDrum (1982)
recording: multi-track without Midi
fx: reverb and delay
Live on Channel 9, May 11, 2013.
Demonstrating the new Cosmosƒ vSaturn synthesiser. This version presents a unique “Sieves” engine, which makes it possible to calculate the known musical scales and custom designed ones, for mapping on multiple synthesis engine parameters at once.
vSaturn also offers a clever MIDI response to perform with the “sieves” on Cosmosƒ micro events. Single notes or chords can be performed with MIDI input to control the micro event pitch relationship inside the relevant meso events.
lso there is a audio precision arpeggiator “a la Cosmosƒ” with stochastic features implemented in this new version.
Carson from Dave Smith Instruments presents the Pro 2 synthesizer, at the Summer NAMM 2014 show in Nashville, TN. Enjoy the demo, then click the link above for even more on the Pro 2 synth!
WASp – vintage analog synthesizer by Electronic Dream Plant . Recording Wasp synth sample library
purchase at http://tikov.com/samplelibraries.htm
thanks ReSet Sakrecoer for synth www.sakrecoer.com
The Wasp is a quirky little synthesizer that, despite its toyish look, is a quality instrument capable of fun and funky analog sounds. It really is black and yellow too, just like the insect it is named after. Probably its most distinguishing feature is the 2-octave keyboard which uses non-moving touch-sensitive keys. The flat little keys are sensitive only to your electro-static touch. It’s a nifty technology for 1978, but in reality they are unreliable and difficult to play. Other unique touches include a little speaker built-in to the synth and EDP’s own pre-MIDI connector ports for linking it to other Wasps and EDP gear.
A look under the hood, however, reveals some nice surprises. The WASP is monophonic and powered by two digital oscillators supported by analog filters, envelopes and controls. This makes it one of the earliest compact digital/analog hybrid mono-synths, and it sounds great! The Wasp offers flexible subtractive synthesis. It’s pretty easy to dial up some cool bass, synth, and other classic monophonic sounds. Its designer, Chris Hugget, also designed the Oxford Synthesizer Company’s venerable OSCar Synthesizer.
Rob Papen demoing his Predator-PL software synthesizer.
- A powerful software synthesizer that covers the bases of a wide range of electronic musical styles
- Loaded with 4,400 presets arranged logically into banks to make finding the right sound easy
- A simple set of subtractive synthesis elements let you tweak sounds and come up with your own presets
- Three lush effects engines let you get even more out of your sounds
- 32/64-bit compatibility provides full support for the latest AAX, VST, and AU plug-in hosts on Mac and PC computers
- No dongle required but supports eLicencer key/Syncrosoft/Steinberg Key
- License allows 2 simultaneous activations at once
Adam Berzowski demonstrates the Moog Sub 37 analog synthesizer at Kraft Music.
The Moog SUB 37 Tribute Edition is a limited edition paraphonic analog synthesizer built on the award winning Sub Phatty sound engine, but specifically designed to meet the demands of synthesists, sound designers, and professional keyboard players. It is also the first Moog synthesizer released in over 30 years with the ability to play more than one note at a time. The SUB 37 panel is fitted with 40 knobs, 74 switches, and features a dedicated LCD display. Each critical sound creation element and live performance tool is quickly at your command