Published on Feb 18, 2019 Bonedo Synthesizers
With Yamaha Reface DX & Roland COMPU SYNTH CMU-810
This is the first post to feature the MD20A and ME100.
via this auction
MD20A MIDI Sequence Arpeggiator
ME100 MIDI Digital Delay
S612 MIDI Digital Sampler
MD280 Sampler Disk Drive
Published on Feb 16, 2019 Fabbri’s Midnight Librarians
“Live performance of a song I made using one synth + some 808 samples. I’m using the Roland System 8 in performance mode (split) w/ two patches: Lower part custom bass patch (S8 engine) and upper part modified a plucky pad sound. which I and control filter cutoff / release / and delay + reverb manually. Also sampled extra percussion and
via Retro Synth Ads where you’ll find the full write-up.
“MPC60, S1000, S1000PB ‘Hitmakers: Don Henley and Akai’ colour advertisement from page 23 in the December 1989 issue of Keyboard Magazine.”
via this auction
“The S612 was one of Akai’s first professional rack-mount samplers, released back in 1985. Some of its features included 12-bit sampling from 4 to 32kHz with loop and truncate functions, an overdub function and mic or line input jacks. Internal memory is only 128KB which gives a maximum of 8 seconds sampling time at the lowest sampling rate available. An optional disk drive
Published on Feb 8, 2019 Aleksei Laman
“Classic song of my lovely band Zodiac from 1980 recorded ‘as is’ live into stereo track. No additional mixing.”
KORG TR – strings
FS1R – brassy chords
L-1 – bass synth and two lead synths, mixing, equalization, compression
Sequence, delays, drums from Ableton
Recorded into Soundforge all together stereotrack.
“MPC 2.3 brought standalone synth engines and now, MPC 2.4 gives you premium mixing tools! We listened to you: Here are a ton of new features and workflow enhancements, notably the addition of 28 must-have effects from world-famous DSP gurus at Air Music Technology, plus our incredible new side-chain compressor, the amazing Mother Ducker!”
And the press release:
“AKAI PROFESSIONAL Greatly