Roland SH-101 & Moog Prodigy Keychains

SH-101 via this auction

Prodigy via this auction

Double sided keychain synthesizer souvenirs.

Size : 6 cm. X 4 cm.

Ambient Rack & French Conection

Published on Feb 18, 2019 theianboddy

“Analogue Systems French Connection keyboard (that mimics the playing style of the Ondes Martenot) controlling a small Eurorack case.

Modules from left to right are Roland System 500: 510 | 505 | 555 followed by Synthesis Technology E350 Morphing Terrarium & finally Mutable Instruments Clouds.”

Akai Pro Force Sound & Performance Demo (no talking)

Published on Feb 18, 2019 Bonedo Synthesizers

With Yamaha Reface DX & Roland COMPU SYNTH CMU-810

Chip Boomers : Electribe Amk2 bass drum abuse

Published on Feb 17, 2019 Ludwig Kopp

Kraftwerk – Radioactivity (new Cover)

Published on Feb 17, 2019 starshipfive

No Copyright Infringement Intented ——————————————————————–

Synths used:

Roland Fantom X6 expanded with:
SRX Ultimate Keys
SRX World Collection
SRX Complete Orchestra
SRX XP/JV Essentials
512 Mb RAM
Yamaha CS6x expanded with:
PLG-150AN
PLG-150DX
Korg X5D
Kurzweil K2500r
Roland V-Synth XT [having

Devo – Big Mess (chisel316 cover)

Published on Feb 17, 2019 chisel316

“It’s been awhile since I made a Devo cover. By request, here is another one of my all-time favorite Devo songs. Hope you enjoy it!

Gear used:
Roland Boutiques…
SH-01A – sequenced synth
JU-06 – sub bass
JP-08 – right hand
JX-03 – left hand
Mutable Instruments Braids – yes, it says ‘DEVO’ 🙂
Mordax Data – green-on-black oscilloscope
Social Entropy Engine –

Fredmans epistel N:o 81

Published on Feb 17, 2019 Martin Rudefelt

“En tolkning av Fredmans epistel N:o 81 av Martin Rudefelt”

With the Roland Jupiter-8.

Tangerine Dream- Exit

Published on Feb 17, 2019 graal7

cover with arturia matrix an drumbrute
prologue 16
juno6

Roland Phrase Lab MC-09 Synthesizer SN ZQ12304

via this auction

Roland’s first proper TB-303 emulator? There was the MC-303 (and MC-505 before it), but I believe the MC-303 was more inspired by the TB-303 rather than emulating it like the MC-09. The MC-09 had the ability to capture and loop phrases much like a 4-track tape where you could bounce tracks.  I still need to dig into mine one of these days.  Editing on it wasn’t the most