Yamaha Japan has introduced the Vocaloid VKB-100 keyboard, a singing keytar thing based on their Vocaloid virtual vocalist technology. … Read More Yamaha Intros Vocaloid VKB-100 Singing Keytar Thing
At the 2016 NAMM Show, Yamaha introduced a keytar attachment for the company’s line of Reface mobile mini keyboards. The combination of the keytar attachment and the Reface’s support for battery power means that users have the same freedom to move around as guitarist and bassists. Yamaha’s Nate Tschetter gave us a quick overview of the new Reface… Read More Yamaha Intros Reface Keytar Adapter
The Moog Liberation has VINTAGE ANALOG TONE! was uploaded by: moogfoundation
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The 27th Annual Grammy Awards, held thirty years ago, on Feb 26, 1985, featured an all-synth performance by the epic lineup of Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, Thomas Dolby, and relative newcomer Howard Jones. The performance has been described as “The most ’80s thing that ever happened. Ever.”
George Mattson History of Analog & Modular Synthesis & MST Synthrotek Modules was uploaded by: synthrotek
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Sunday Synth Jam: In this video, Fabrizio Muratori delivers 1:37 of keytar shredding on the Alesis Vortex keytar.
This video, via Greig (Theremin Hero), captures an 8-bit NES Keytar performance of the Game Of Thrones theme – with MIDI-controlled lasers. Greig’s NESKeytar is a cross between an original Nintendo console, a Guitar Hero controller and a miniature toy keyboard. The hybrid instrument fully utilities the NES sound chip to produce lo-fi arpeggios, heard in this tribute… Read More Game Of Thrones Theme On 8-Bit NES Keytar! Plus – Friggin’ MIDI-Controlled Lasers!
Saturday Synth Porn: This photo captures Michel-Lag-Chavarria and a custom circular keyboard, created for Jean Michel Jarre. Here’s what Michel Lâg-Chavarria has to say about the unusual keyboard: