In this post, we discuss simple (synth) envelopes. “Simple” meaning simpler than ADSR.
Following in the series on posts about synth envelopes, here’s the promised case study on the venerable Korg Wavestation – finally!Read more "Synth Envelopes – Case Studies: Korg Wavestation"
In Korg’s quest to become the one-stop-shop for all synth needs, the “Logue” series encompasses the analogue(-hybrid) keyboard synths. The Minilogue is a true four-voice analogue polysynth. Is this really a proper polysynth at a great price, or just another toy synth with four voices?Read more "Review: Korg Minilogue"
Over 500 bucks for a single-oscillator synth module without even a filter – are you nots? No, I’m not. See what’s so great about the Make Noise 0-CoastRead more "Review: Make Noise 0-Coast"
Today’s video completes the first stage of my All-Analogue Synth Setup thingie The setup was mostly unchanged from the last round – the aux chains had been separated into one with three delays (fed by the Volca Kick) and one with one delay (fed by the Minibrute/A100 combo). At a tempo of 105bpm, it’s a […]Read more "“Wenig” – State One of the All-Analogue Prototype Completed"
Along the same realms as in the last post, this one had actual video recording. The audio got a little too hot for my tastes (note to self: never expect it works “just like last week” for an all-analogue, preset-free setup). There’s a more complex beat from the Volca Kick (if only so much more), […]Read more "All-Analogue Synth Setup Continued"
I’ve been talking about it for a long time – this is the first proper action: I recorded a synth track using an all-analogue signal chain.Read more "POC: The All-Analogue Signal Chain"