QasarBeach is a complete recreation of the Fairlight CMI IIx that runs on Linux, macOS & Windows.… Read More Fairlight CMI IIx Recreated For Linux, Mac & Windows
Published on Apr 1, 2020 Alex Ball
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“In 1979 Roland released one of the most famous vocoders of all time, the VP-330, but some may not realise that it had a lesser known sibling; the SVC-350.
The 350 is essentially the same vocoder found in the 330, but in rackmount format and without the synth parts. That said, it does have some unique features that
Published on Mar 17, 2020 CatSynth TV
“We explore the CMI V from Arturia, a re-imagining of the legendary Fairlight CMI synthesizer and sampling workstation from the early 1980s. We briefly present the history of the Fairlight CMI before introducing the basic features of the CMI V. We explore several of the factory presets and the delve more deeply into the synthesis engine and some of the
via this auction
“The Complete Guide to Synthesizers by Devarahi. Covers many legendary, vintage, analog and digital synthesizers. Arp 2600 sections. Many pics and diagrams.”
Some synths featured inside:
Aries Keyboard System III
SMS Modular Synthesizer
Moog System 55
Con Brio ADS 200 Digital Command Console
Crumar / DKI GD ?
Published on Feb 7, 2019
Potentially NSFW bits from 1:50 to 2:16.
“My cover of the ORIGINAL CUES from Miami Vice episode “Rites of Passage” in 1985.
*THIS IS NOT A COVER OF OF THE VERSION RELEASED by Jan Hammer, in which he added more sounds titled “Tubbs and Valerie” in 1987.
I do not own any of these images or sounds. All rights to Universal and/or Jan Hammer. For entertainment purposes
Published on Feb 21, 2020 Retro-Dade
“Every sound from my favorite song.
I do not own the images of the car at the beginning. I do not own the music on the vinyl. All rights to Universal/Jan Hammer. For entertainment purposes only.”
Moog Memorymoog, Yamaha DX7 IIFD, Roland Jupiter-8, and Fairlight soft synth. Yamaha KX-5 keytar controller.
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“The first four photos are the NEW CRT available in this listing and the last two photos are of two 30+ year old CRTs that I replaced
**This listing is for the CRT tube only. The monitor housing and light pen are not included. Swapping out the CRT tube in your Fairlight monitor is a pretty straight forward process. No soldering is required. All you need to do is discharge the