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The Roland SVC-350 Vocoder is an excellent Vocoder, capable of great expression. In this tutorial I cover how to get the best sounds from your electronic instrument. Part 1 starts with an expressive demo. I then run through the front panel and what each section does for you. I cover what a Vocdoer is (the [...]
How to program the Kawai K1 Synth (K1r, K1m). A look at the patch editing screens and how to make the most of the waveforms in the synth. Starting with the famous Ahh sound, we look at the synth in a unique way. It is a preset sampler where you can stack waveforms to make [...]
How to program the Roland SH-101. Understand Analogue Synthesis from the ground up. No previous experience necessary. The Roland SH-101 has stood the test of time. Why? Because it is straight forward to program. All the synths attributes can be changed instantly and in real time without stepping through menus.
The EMU SP-12 used in hip hop tracks since the 80s sounds a lot better than it’s 12-bit spec would suggest. In fact the internal sounds are 8-bit! How does it sound so good?
This is a multitrack demo of the Roland SH101 monophonic Synthesizer.
A Review of what you get with a brand new Kawai K1r Rackmount Synthesizer!