Time machine: KORG Z1 featuring “StepLight”

August 26, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

The Z1 is like a polyphonic Prophecy housed in a full sized and featured Trinity workstation-like casing! It does all the analog sounds and more. This is a great analog modeling synth with 12-voice polyphony, thirteen waveforms, four LFOs, two resonant filters, two effects units and more. The ability to create unique sounds is endless. The factory patches could use some help, but overall the sound is very nice! It has a fully polyphonic arpeggiator that blows all others away. It has five preset arpeggio patterns and fifteen user patterns. Unfortunately there is no on-board sequencer. There is incredible real-time control available with knobs to control the two resonant filters, and a touch controlled ‘XY’ pad for tweaking patches in real-time.

Background video description:

Synthesizer demo track by RetroSound.de
“StepLight”

all synthesizer sounds: KORG Z1 MOSS Synthesizer from the year 1997
I use own sounds and factory sounds.
recording: multi-tracking without midi
fx: reverb and delay

I use the internal programmable arpeggiator in this demo track.

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