Dave’s 70th Birthday Card Published on Apr 1, 2020
Dave Smith turned 70 today! The man is an inspiration to us all for so many reasons. Have a great day Dave! You are well loved. Thank you so much for everything you do.
“Please join us in celebrating a major Sequential milestone – Dave’s 70th birthday! As you probably know, Dave has spent over 40 of those years creating some truly
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
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“This unit works and has all of the original factory presets loaded! It is so much fun to play and tweak sounds to taste, thus creating totally different sounds! Soaring leads, smooth pads and even atmospheric “movie soundtrack” sounds are just the beginning of the Prophet 5 synthesizer! I love preset #32, the iconic synth preset that the The Cars used in the ’80s! Please
“We’re proud to present to you our first episode of Fault Radio Talks podcast with Grammy winner and the founder of Sequential circuits – Dave Smite.
As part of International Synth Day that took place on May 23rd last year, we caught up with Dave in his office in San Francisco to learn more about his personal and professional journey.
Dave founded Sequential Circuits in 1974 and may be best
Published on Mar 25, 2020 RetroSound
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drums: E-MU Emax Drum Samples
recording: multi-track, played by hand
fx: reverb and delay
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Published on Mar 16, 2020 GuyaGuy
“Demo and tutorial for making wavetables with just the analog VCOs of the Sequential Pro-3 monophonic and paraphonic synthesizer. Sure there’s a digital wavetable oscillator but why let ones and zeroes have all the fun? Plus these methods let you create your own waveforms and tables.
Patches – 0:00
Method 1: LFOs – 2:50
Method 2: Step
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“Nice P600. W/ gligli. Works perfectly. Serviced by Greg Montalbano recently. Selling due to Coronavirus loss of work.”
Messed up times.