Published on Apr 22, 2019 KeyboardMagazine
“Stephen Fortner checks out the latest from Synclavier Digital at Synthplex 2019.”
You can find some demos in the archives. The press release:
NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA: having turned heads and opened ears with a show-stopping showcase at The 2019 NAMM Show in Southern California, January 24-27, newly-formed Synclavier Digital is proud to announce availability of Synclavier Go! and Synclavier Pocket! — placing a re-creation of the seminal Synclavier® II Digital Synthesizer’s sound
Published on Jan 31, 2019 redskylullaby
“Tutorial of basic functions and sound design with Synclavier Go! the iPad version of the Synclavier synth by New England Digital.
0.30 Sound Architecture
1.01 Harmonic Envelope, Additive Synth and Frames
2.24 Loading Partial Timbres
3.09 Expression, Pitch, Vol and Pan Modulation
5.30 Partial Copy/Paste
5.45 Volume, FM and Intonation Panel
Published on Jan 27, 2019 100 Things I Do
“I thought we would take a look at the new Synclavier Go from Cameron Jones (co-creator of the original Synclavier). Cameron is still cutting code to this day and his latest iteration of the Synclavier sounds excellent. I have a look at some of the Timbre’s (presets), it seems like most of the factory disks are included! I might have a look at Timbre
Spotted this one on Synthtopia
“Synclavier Go! (for iPad) and Synclavier Pocket! (for iPhone and iPod Touch) re-create the original Synclavier II FM Synthesis engine, with a touch-screen interface inspired by the original hardware. The Synclavier DSP Engine – used by Arturia in its Synclavier V product line – is a faithful recreation of the FM- and Additive-Synthesis functions of the original
Published on Oct 27, 2018 100 Things I Do
“One of the things I am interested in adding to my hardware Synclavier is the Mono sampling option.
This and a processor upgrade will allow me to do sound resynthesis and Timbre frames. I started to look into this at the start of the year but as I was planning my trip to Europe it just was not possible at the time. Just over a month ago Arturia
via this auction
“This is a clean, but non-working Synclavier system from around 1983 being sold “AS IS” A band used this on a recording in a studio some time around 1993, and after they were done, traded it to the studio to pay off the session costs. It stayed in the studio and was used once more that year, before being stored. It was powered up successfully around 1997, but not knowing
via this auction
“This listing is for a rare & vintage Synclavier PSMT Synthesizer keyboard workstation. The workstation includes everything photographed. There are multiple different units and 7 tubs full of different cords. All of the items photographed were kept together, so I assumed it all belongs to this unit, but I am not 100% sure.
***This unit is being sold untested in as is condition