Gears inside the restaurant:
and Denki-Soba Hell Synth
*Special thanks to:
Denki Soba, Risa, Keizo Suzuki from Osaka, Japan.
Copyright: E.D. Music Co.
Making sounds with the new Gakken SX-150 MARK II analog synthesizer and testing its powerful low-pass filter
Available worldwide in noiseandroid.com/67-gakken-sx-150-mark-ii.html
For those who don’t know, synthesizers require a lot of skill and patience to learn how to play them properly. Once you learn, you can make all the awesome you want! This mini synthesizer is the perfect starter kit for the aspiring synthesist!
This little device is packed with functions!
The Mark II is packed with features that come with any real synthesizer. This being the updated version, the VCF and LFO functions have only recently been added. There’s not much music you can’t make with this machine!
Some really nice tweaking going on by Chris Carter and it is nice to hear the BC8 in action
This is a brief tribute I made to the experimental work of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop who recently staged a performance in London, that I couldn’t attend. All the sounds and loops originate from the BC8 synth, the Gakken SX-150 synth and the BugBrand Weevil synths. All the effects and processing is done with the Boss pedals. Oh yeah… and I did the whole thing ‘upside down’.