This video captures a performance of a microtonal piece for Dave Smith Instruments OB-6, Geothria.… Read More Tetradecatonic Music On The Dave Smith Instruments OB-6
Here’s a look at using a 24-Tone equal-tempered scale on the Dave Smith Instruments OB-6 synthesizer.… Read More 24-Tone Equal Temperament (24-Tet) With An OB-6 Synthesizer
Here’s a head-to-head comparison of the Dave Smith Instruments Prophet-6 and the OB-6.… Read More Dave Smith Instruments Prophet-6 vs OB-6 Head-To-Head Comparison
Here’s a jazz fusion synthesizer arrangement of Duke Ellington’s ‘In A Sentimental Mood’:… Read More ‘In a Sentimental Mood’ On ROLI Seaboard Rise 49 + TEControl Breath & Bite Controller
In this interview, Tom Oberheim tells the story of how he got involved in synth design, the ideas behind the design of his seminal SEM synthesizer, the truth about his involvement in the development of MIDI and more.… Read More Tom Oberheim On The Art Of Synthesizer Design
This video captures a live ‘space music’ performance:… Read More Live Space Music With 5U Monster Synth, OB-6, DeepMind 12 & System-8
DSI says that the OB-6 module is exactly the same internally as the keyboard version — the same VCOs, VCFs, and VCAs and the same Oberheim poly sound.… Read More Dave Smith Instruments OB-6 Desktop Poly Synth Review
in this video, Sweetwater’s Daniel Fisher compares the Dave Smith Prophet-6 and OB-6. Fisher notes that there are more similarities between the two synths than differences; but they each have some unique features that make them sound very different. Check it out and let us know how you think they compare in the comments!