M-Audio has announced the introduction and immediate availability of its new Keystation 88 MK3 USB/MIDI keyboard controller. This new addition to the best-selling Keystation family brings 88 velocity-sensitive keys and comprehensive controls that expand the range of playable notes, expressive capabilities, and enhance the player’s recording workflow, all in a lightweight, gig-ready package. Keystation 88 […]
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According to the listing this one is: “New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable). Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.”
It features 118 single patches., including pianos, organs, pads, classic synth patches, arpeggiators, pads and more.… Read More 118 Free Patches For The M-Audio Venom Synthesizer
“Synth Demo of my custom patches for the M-Audio Venom.
The Cloudwalk Collection is a soundset with 118 single patches., featuring pianos, organs, pads, classic synth favorites, arpeggiators, pads, and more.
You can download it for free in either an .sqs or .sqb file format at: http://www.venom-synth.com/venom-patc…
I am offering this soundset for free, because Venom users
Published on Apr 14, 2020 Marshal Arnold
“M-Audio Venom – Venomous to the Maximus [NO TALKING DEMO]
Almost 10 years go M-Audio released their first synthesizer the Venom (2011). Sadly, this was also their last Synthesizer, at least to date. I remember being super jazzed about this synth after seeing videos at NAMM and seeing demos from Sonic State and others.
I had sold mine many years ago
Published on Mar 24, 2020 Floyd Steinberg
“On your request, here’s a lengthy video on the M-Audio Venom, a virtual analog synth from the early 2010s. This Video is sponsored by DistroKid: http://distrokid.com/vip/floyd . Table of contents below!
The M-Audio Venom was released in the early 2010s. It’s a 12 voice polyphonic, 4 part multitimbral virtual analog synthesizer (or is it?) This synth
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Check out sonicstate’s video featuring the Venom here, and my review and interview with Taiho Yamada here.
Published on Mar 20, 2020 sonicstate
“One thing I’ve found doing these in recent weeks – the process of just playing and improvising really soothes the soul – temporarily perhaps but its still a pleasant oasis. I can thoroughly recommend you try it.
This time I have the old M-Audio Venom an undeniably digital machine from some time ago, and with a pretty unique and angry sound, though it can