Archive | April, 2010

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Lynda Kay’s Gretsch

Posted on 16 April 2010 by diode

Cool guitar, great voice. Gretsch’s newest endorsee.
Check out her website:www.lyndakay.com
Lynda Kay with Gretsch

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Minimoog Voyager & Through Zero Flanger

Posted on 12 April 2010 by diode

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Spectral Audio Neptune 2 Synth

Posted on 08 April 2010 by diode

A demo of the Neptune 2 from Swiss company Spectral Audio. “With the Neptune Mk2, Spectral Audio is again tickling out the best of the Analog Technique – three temperature stabilized Voltage Controlled Oscillators, the 24dB transistor cascade filter, the huge LFO range, its modulation flexibility, the envelopes and the transistor distorter section are speaking for itself.”

Originally discovered via matrixsynth.

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Roland Space Echo tribute

Posted on 07 April 2010 by diode

With dub soundtrack to boot. ;)

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Andy Summers on dynamics and guitar synth

Posted on 07 April 2010 by diode

Andy Summers explains the importance of dynamics in music, and specifically how they used dynamics with the Police. Bonus shot in this video: Andy playing guitar synth!

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Vektron Synthesizer

Posted on 07 April 2010 by diode

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“The device plays compositions which are stored on microcontroller modules. The modules in this presentation are based on the Atmega family and are programmed in GCC (Arduino) and Bascom. In general, the synthesizer can work with any other TTL Microcontroller as PIC, Propeller or even ones which don’t exist yet, as the computation happens on the module and the Vektron itself only provides the peripherals.”

Vektron modular from Niklas Roy on Vimeo.

Originally discovered via Matrixsynth

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