Tetra Sound Editor displays all Tetra Program parameters in a single, graphical interface. The interface resembles the look and feel of the real synthesizer, while streamlining your workflow and allowing you to view the complete details of any Program at a glance. Continue reading
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- THE SOURCE Released in the 1978 by the Italian Jen Elettronica, the SX-1000 is a cheerful mono-synth. Used by artists like used by Future Sound of London, LFO and Prodigy, it has been the first synthesizer implementing an hybrid oscillator (four years before the Juno 6).
- THE PACK The SX-1001 is based on 16 multi-sample recordings created by sampling the SAW, SQU and PWM waveforms with different settings. The SX-1001 delivers 33 Live Presets (with dedicated macro controls) each of which consists of 37 perfectly-looped samples (each note of the 3-octave keyboard).
When it comes to iconic sounds of synthesis, few changed the shape of popular electronic music than the sequenced synth on Pink Floyd’s On The Run, from Dark Side Of The Moon.
In this short BBC video, David Gilmour explains how the On The Run sequence was created on the EMS Synthi A. The Synthi A was introduced in 1971, so it was a brand new tool when Pink Floyd was using it. Dark Side Of The Moon was released in 1973 and went on to sell 50 million copies.
Unfortunately for synthesists, the Synthi A is one of the rarest production synths ever made. Fans of the sound have turned to other synthesizers to recreate the classic sequence (E2 G2 A2 G2 D3 C3 D3 E3) - some more successfully than others.
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PRKTRNIC, a strange mash-up of the purest electro French Touch and fine sausage gastronomy.
via reader Balázs Bence Rudolf
Giorgio Moroder shared this new remix, by JAIA, of the classic theme, The Chase, from his Midnight Express soundtrack.
Midnight Express was originally released in 1978