Published on Mar 3, 2019 ikworgek
“Realistic concertmate MG-1 (Moog) demo track.
all sounds from the MG-1.
some reverb and delay.
via this auction
“Lovely little Radio Shack rebadging of the Casio VL-Tone with programmable ADSR synth mode.
Works great. Pretty good condition for its age. Battery compartment clean as shown. Includes original soft case.
PDF’s of VL-1 manual are free online including pages on ADSR info and resetting after adding new batteries.
After adding new batteries change mode to Cal then
via this auction, also on Reverb.
“1982 Realistic Concertmate MG-1 analog synthesizer. This synth was manufactured by Moog Music and sold at Radio Shack in the early 80s and is one of the coolest little synths I’ve had on my bench. Not only does it have that classic Moog dual-oscillator monosynth sound, but there is also a nifty polyphonic function consisting of a divide down circuit letting
Published on Jan 10, 2019 peahix
Peahix is one of my synth heroes. His creations never cease to amaze me. He also runs optigan.com.
“I resurrected an old Cubase file I created originally to record a version of this track for my Yamaha CS01II synth, in order to test out this Moog MG-1 I picked up for $100 at a garage sale. All the sounds (drums too) were generated by the MG-1. I didn’t spend
via this auction
“Realistic Concertmate MG-1 Analog Synthesizer, manufactured by Moog in the early 1980s. This one – gently used – is in excellent condition. It still has the headphone jack protective cap! Also, this MG-1 comes with a few extras…
A custom-made, incredibly rugged carrying case. I was hired to record drums (my main ax) on a few songs, written by a fairly
Published on Sep 17, 2018 tritonrecordings
“The Concertmate MG1 is a Moog-built synthesizer that was branded under ‘Realistic’ and sold at RadioShack in the U.S. It’s very much a budget synthesizer but it has found a cult following as a cheap way of getting Moog sounds on a budget. There are some cool features like the bell tone (ring mod) and polyphony. Moog’s most recent synth kind of reminds
Published on Dec 17, 2017 Synthesizer Keith
“Carol Of The Bells, featuring 4 sequencers that I built.
The sequencers, in order of appearance, are:
8-Step With Built-in 555 VCO
8/16/24 Step in 5U Format
Cardboard Sequencer https://youtu.be/UKD7ANdLCak
Other equipment used in the recording: