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MOOG LITTLE PHATTY “Toxic” GREEN Edition
ROLAND JUNO-106 “The HOLY SYNTH”
THRU KORG KRONOS Insert Effects Delay & Reverb
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First we have the Moog Little Phatty TOXIC thru
the Korg Kronos insert effects….
I use the JUNO-106 as a midi controller in this part.
Then we layer the two analog synths via MIDI thru
the Korg Kronos insert effects!!! Sa-WEEEEET!
I also am controlling the Moog with the JUNO-106.
Keeping the pad sound “Moogy” with the JUNO-106,
the layer is totally Wakeman… I LOVE it!!
Not trying to show off any playing skills,
just having fun on a rainy day!
Always a good thing to do on a rainy day!!!
Thanks for watching!!
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Analog Monsters: Roland Juno-106 does
ARP SOLINA or ARP OMNI String Synthesizer!
Analog Monsters Roland Juno-106 Jupiter-8 style
Blue LEDs, Bender & Polymeter!
100% No Talking! Just pure Analog Bliss!
The Polymeter is synced to the voice board, just like a DSI synthesizer,
when a key is struck each voice lights up on the Polymeter panel!
VERY Trippy in a dark studio!!
Perfect for collectors and acid trippers!! LOL!
The Roland JUNO-106 does (In my opinion)
a GREAT STRING SYNTHESIZER emulation!
I tried to do my best making a ARP SOLINA,
ARP OMNI or ARP QUADRA string patch.
The chorus is no phaser , but I like it better on the
Roland Juno-106 dry with no chorus.
The video starts off dry with no chorus then I add chorus I & then II.
After that I show off some drone atmospheres & space EFX.
With & without the internal chorus.
This synthesizer has been modified by Allen at The Synth Spa
Full restoration, Voice Chips, Blue LED’s, Bender & Polymeter!
Custom Roland Jupiter-8 Color Style Buttons! Wood Sides!
100% Bad Ass!!!! Just priceless. No offers excepted.
This one stays in the studio forever!
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