Playing Deckard’s Dream Synthesizer With An ASM Hydrasynth Polyphonic Aftertouch Keyboard

In this video, Perfect Circuit takes a look at using the ASM Hydrasynth to control the Deckard’s Dream analog synthesizer.

Video Summary:

The Black Corporation Deckard’s Dream synthesizer has a sound inspired by the legendary Yamaha CS-80 synthesizer. It supports polyphonic aftertouch like the CS-80, and since the new ASM Hydrasynth has polyphonic aftertouch on its keyboard we used the Hydrasynth to play the Deckard’s Dream.

Deckard’s Dream Expander adds ring modulation, chorus, tremolo, delay and reverb to the Deckard’s Dream, or anything else you plug into it.

8 thoughts on “Playing Deckard’s Dream Synthesizer With An ASM Hydrasynth Polyphonic Aftertouch Keyboard

  1. I don’t know why, I don’t get excited listening to demos of deckard’s dream. It sounds like such a ‘safe’ synth. I don’t think it’s a cs80 in vibe at all.

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