Ken MacBeth, of MacBeth Studio Systems, takes his new MacBeth MK1 Vortex prototype for a analog tweak-a-thon.
Here’s what he’s got to say about his latest analog synthgasm:
Here we have a demo of the Macbeth Mk1 VORTEX Desktop Analogue Synthesizer Module.
For those who know the format- this is a 5U, 6 Space compact flat unit! It started out as the ‘MicroMac’- an ambitious idea. This is a a complete **starter** modular synthesizer in a very small area.
Anyway, well it’s done. Here is a video of this thing.
Personally I’m pleased- this small unit can provide the user with the sound of a big modular system- it’s an entry point fot those wondering. The video content itself meanderders and only the die-hard will watch to the end! Some synth manufacturers give tiny examples of the sound of their gear- I tend to long drawn out stuff to give the potential user the feel of the instrument being used in a permance way.
I’m rock and roll myself, so please excuse the personal feel to this thing! Please enjoy the 15 minutes of this one…………Ken M
Note: This demo is of the MacBeth MK1 Vortex synthesizer prototype.
Pricing and availability are to be announced. In the meantime, you can drool.
Let us know what you think about the MacBeth MK1 Vortex synth in the comments!