76 Synthesizer demo
Here are two videos featuring the Jupiter-4 and theDW-6000
An old demo song from 2007, that consists of Roland Jupiter-4 sounds with the use of three effects pedals. The drum samples are orginally from a ZOOM drum machine. The drums have been arranged at the computer, everything else was played by hand and recorded in realtime.
A demo song, that completely consists of KORG DW-6000 sounds with the use of only one effects pedal – a BOSS RV-5 Digital Reverb. The drums have been arranged at the computer, everything else was played by hand and recorded in realtime. Not one single melody line has been repeated.
As reported the other the Teenage Engineering synth is now ready for pre-order and if you are still uncertain whether to buy or not, here are some clips to help you decide:
The OP-1 is here – was available for pre-order and sold out instantly. And watching this demo from NAMM 2011 you can see why. I want one and quite probably you do too.
The synth from the Swedish House Mafia video, the OP-1 is another piece of Swedish style. Now in production, its sold out, but there will be more coming as soon as they can make them.
NAMM Show2011 been exhibited in Fairlight CMI-30A demo is playing.
Here’s a little demo of my modular, there is no sequencer, just LFO’s triggering various filters etc.. The suitcase synth is being used for its oscillators
Basic demo centred around my latest build; the Suitcase Synthesizer
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