Published on Jan 26, 2020 BBoy Tech Report
Published on Jan 25, 2020 Synthtopia
“At the 2020 NAMM Show, we talked with product specialist Nick Kwas about the new Korg ARP 2600 FS.
The Korg ARP 2600 FS is a very close recreation of the original, with full-size synth & keyboard, lids and road case.
It sounds massive, too, and everything is immediately available on the front panel for you to grab and tweak.”
Published on Jan 25, 2020 CatSynth TV
“We catch a performance and demo by the legendary Don Lewis on the new ARP 2600 re-release from Korg. He is using is voice + an envelope follower to shape and control the sounds from the instrument.
Don Lewis was an early pioneer of synthesizer music and consulted on the original ARP 2600. He is now a member of the board of the Alan R Pearlman (ARP)
Published on Jan 25, 2020 Midiverse – TV
“What’s up everybody? Welcome to Midiverse – TV! Today we’re checking out a vintage Arp Axxe Synthesizer. Let’s have a look…”
Published on Jan 25, 2020 Doctor Mix
“Last day of NAMM 2020! My mind boggles as I catch Stevie Wonder at the Korg booth!n this episode I play the new Arp 2600, the Roland Jupiter X and Dexibell Vivo!”
Published on Jan 25, 2020 synth4ever
“ARP Rhodes Chroma analog synthesizer demo featuring various sounds, patches, presets and ambient soundscapes. This Rhodes Chroma synth demo covers a variety of sounds on the Chroma and features some effects from Strymon Big Sky. Filmed at Synth Palace (http://www.synthpalace.net) in Montreal, Canada.
The Rhodes Chroma is a vintage analog synth originally
Published on Jan 25, 2020 wutierson
“Timelapse of Antonus 2600 cabinet building process and final assembly. Many hours of work condensed in this video! The soundtrack is made using Antonus 2600 and Antonus Step Brother, multitrack and recorded in 6 takes.
Every Antonus 2600 have its cabinet made like the classic ARP 2600 using wood, Tolex and hardware using our hands. Every unit is made with
Published on Jan 24, 2020 Korg
“The sounds for R2D2 for the original Star Wars were created using an ARP 2600 synthesizer, with some vocal input as well. How do we approximate the patch that was used?”
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The synth on the right looks like a blue Synton Syrinx in a custom case.
Update: according to M Me it’s a “Korg 800DV and the panel glow is due to reflection of light.” That and the angle makes it looks shorter.