Mercury is the first expansion pack for the Touché and is designed to widen the range of sonic possibilities offered by the combination of Touché and Lié, Touché’s companion software.… Read More Expressive E Intros Mercury Expansion For Touché Controller
Published on Jun 22, 2018 Kris Lennox
“Massive bass. Utterly nuclear. Scary to think there are two octaves lower than the second note played here!!!!
The instrument should probably be named OP-6, as in ‘Oppenheimer’, as it certainly does sound like a bomb going off.
I’m off to bed, I’ve been jamming on this thing for hours
Published on Jun 23, 2018 DX5
Cool shirt! 🙂
“Original track from DX5 “Pulse Four E.P.”, out now (iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, etc).
Special thanks to matrixsynth.com (everything synth!) for their support all these years.
Roland MRS-2 Promars.
Emu EMAX II (DX7, Roland JP8000 and Virus samples)
Access Virus TI Snow
Published on Jun 23, 2018 ellis tronics
***This is a -one of a kind- Instrument *** (1) Available
4th entry to the StarCruncher Series of Data Distortion Synthesizers
‘Data Distortion’ Synthesis is an exciting and newly unexplored method of Digital Sound Synthesis. This experimental technique of sound processing can result in wildly unpredictable timbres and sonic
“New Loops has released Trap Highlights – over 600 Trap sounds spread across 5 construction kits influenced by some of today’s biggest Trap hits.
There’s 485 Trap one-shots (including multi-samples), and 181 Trap loops including drums, percussion, hats, bass, plucks, leads, and loads more. Also included in this Trap sample pack are MIDI files for melodies and bass, and 169 loops in REX2
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“Oh, boy.. this is one heck of a synthesizer.
Basically it’s a full-blown Micro-Q (2×25 oscillators, 25 part multitimbral) with a built-in step sequencer, and all the samples that were in the Roland 808/909 synths (cymbals). [Per Waldorf: “The RackAttack’s virtual modeled circuitry synthesis is optimized for drums and percussion.”] So it’s capable of emulating all the classic
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“This is #4 of the first DFAM units.
All functions & patch points have been tested. Sounds Great !!!
Look at the picture of the patch bay because some of the inputs are different than the current production models.
There are 2 mounting screws missing & the front right corner has a dent in the wood.”