Radiophonic Workshop Dr. Who Theme – Yamaha CS-80, ARP Odyssey , Roland SVC-350 Vocoder MOSTRAR MÁS

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The TB-303 is one of the most sought-after monophonic synthesizers. Over the years people have made hardware clones of them and software versions as well. It has gone so far that TT-303 looks almost exactly like the original TB!

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Paul Hartnoll, the world’s most-gigged TR-909 and the new Roland Boutiques. As one half of the legendary Orbital, Paul Hartnoll knows a thing or two about putting a killer tune together, and just as much about how to recreate that sound live in front of thousands of people. We visited Paul’s studio to discuss the […]

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At Knobcon 2016, we talked with Peter from Roland about their new Boutique boxes: the TB-03 baseline synth, TR-09 drum machine & VP-03 Vocoder. This video is part of Synthtopia’s Knobcon 2016 coverage: http://www.synthtopia.com/content/tag…

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Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… …or at least how I do it! A few people had asked how this setup was configured so I thought I’d make a video to explain it all. The Tr-8 and Kaoss Pads make a great combo, giving you the ability to synchronize and effect loops on-the-fly and add side-chaining and scatter from […]

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Headphones recommended. Recorded straight to audio interface. No audio processing. I received a lot of positive feedback from my last video so here it is another round of 10 covers! It was fun, I hope you like it! Index: 0:05 Sirius – Alan Parson Project 1:04 Neverending Story – Moroder-Limahl 2:00 Uprising – Muse 2:40 […]

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Headphones recommended. Recorded straight to audio interface. No audio processing. I played some of my classic covers and also new ones. I hope you enjoy! This is one of the most entertaining and best sounding synthesizer I’ve ever had!!! I love the analog filters and the classic ’80s digital waves. Covers index: 0:08 – Sweet […]

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Roland just unveiled the TR-09 as part of their 909 day celebrations. In this video we take a look at the TR-09

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