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The Korg Poly-61 is a polyphonic synthesizer from the early 80s and It was the successor of the Korg Polysix. The main differecences betwen those models are ( according to wikipedia ) :Many parameters on the Poly-61 are limited to 8 settings, whereas …

The ARP 2600 is one the most famous synths in the synth history. The main difference between this synth and its competitors was that it’s semi-modular, so you have the benefits of a pre-patched synth and part of the freedom of a modular system.ARP 260…

This video shows an interesting sound comparative between the Moog Minimoog and its little brother the Moog Prodigy. To my ears the Prodigy sounds brighter but the Minimoog has warmer sound. If you think that on the second hand market a Moog Prodigy …

ARP Odyssey MKI 2800 White Face. This is the first version of the ARP Odyssey. The main difference between this version and the MKII and MKIII is the filter. The Odyssey 2800 has a 12db/Oct filter and later versions ( MKII and MKIII ) have 24db/Oct fil…

Second and last part of the Jen SX1000 review by AutomaticGainsay. Now it’s time to talk about the filter, VCA, and envelopes.First part is here.The Jen SX1000 Part 2Text from the video : Here is part two of a two-part series demonstrating the…

Tereshkova : the new modular synth from Analogue Solutions.It’s a new version of the well known Vostok The difference between these systems is that instead the matrix patch and the Vu meter , a new LFO, two VCAs and two multiples have been added.I lik…

The TipTop Audio Z8000 is an analog sequencer for Eurorack modular synths. It’s a different approach to analogue sequencing, Taking the advantage of its matrix design the user can have 4×4 step sequences ( horizontal or vertical ) or 1 x 16 step sequ…

This is part of a personal project that I’ve been working over last few weeks. It’s a MFOS Ultimate + Expander , semi-modular analog synthesizer. This video shows only the main characteristics ( even not all ) of this powerful synth, I will make more…