STG Radiophonic One Synthesizer Gets Super Groovy Demo, Sounds ‘F***ing Gnarly’

Alex Ball‘s latest video features “Aussie modular specialist” Peter Stanchion demonstrating the STG Soundlabs Radiophonic One “synthesizer”.

“I feel like I’ve finally become a real ‘synthesizer’ builder,” says Radiophonic One developer Suit & Tie Guy, “now that Peter Stanchion has done a tutorial with one of my instruments.”

Stanchion says the Radiophonic One sounds ‘f***ing gnarly’. And if that isn’t enough to “make your tallywacker wobble like frankfurter in a wind tunnel”, we don’t know what is.

Check it out and share your thoughts in the comments!

13 thoughts on “STG Radiophonic One Synthesizer Gets Super Groovy Demo, Sounds ‘F***ing Gnarly’

  1. I guess it’s all about the refinement level of Aussie (Ozzie?) humor 😀
    Yes, I will run immediately to my haberdasher to pick one of these up.

    1. Harry mate, if ya didn’t get to Woolworths in time, have you tried a haberdashery?

      Your tallywhacker will be right as rain in no time.

    1. Some folks just don’t care to spend time watching a video; no matter what antics are on display. To each their own, and good riddance to the other guy.

      If I want funny; I’ll listen to Fire Sign Theater.

  2. the demos are exceptional groovy and acidic (3:20 is amazing!!) pleasure to the ears, also i don’t know if it’s how he recorded his voice or is it this lo-fi sound combined with his accent and the perfectly timed sound effects but it sound so lush.
    the jokes are a little embarrassing but i prefer that to all the serious broom arse who don’t have the ability to laugh about themselves.
    it’s actually one of best video i have seen and heard for a long time
    i wanted to subscribed but i see i already did 🙂

  3. I didnt listen to the jokes made by Peter.


    I’m all for fun in Electronic music such as

    From Jean Jaques Perrey (Jean Marcel Leroy) albums :
    1966 The In Sound from Way Out JJPerrey with Gershon Kingsley.
    Even has a track called Computer in Love.
    1967 Kaleidoscopic Vibrations JJPerrey with Gershon Kingsley.
    1969 The Happy Moog JJPerrey with Harry Breuer.

    Also ofcourse Yellow albums starting with 1980 Solid Pleasure.

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