The music is unmistakably Carpenter: the sinister vintage synth tones, the breath-stealing sense of menace conjured with just a few dissonant notes.… Read More New Music From John Carpenter – Halloween Kills
The XILS 4 emulates a prototype that was never released, the EMS VCS4, based on two intricate and interacting VCS 3 (Synthi) cores.… Read More VCS-Inspired XILS 4 Updated
The update adds support for the iPhone/iPod touch, AU support, new input and output options, Bluetooth and more.… Read More iVCS3 Updated To Version 2
This video, via Synth Anatomy, is a sneak preview of the upcoming update to iVCS3 – the software recreation of the classic EMS VCS3 synthesizer.
French music software maker XILS-lab today announced an updated version of their XILS 3 V2.0, the software emulation of the late-Sixties-vintage EMS VCS3 portable analogue synthesizer. The software also adds an emulation of the 256 Analog Sequencer, inspired by EMS’ trailblazing Synthi Sequencer 256 namesake. The British-built EMS VCS3 — or Electronic Music Studios Voltage… Read More XILS-lab’s Updated XILS 3 Channels EMS VCS 3
One Got EMS Synthi VCS3 was uploaded by: simonsound1
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Bill Ruppert of Electro Harmonix is back with another impressive Effectology demo – this time recreating Welcome to the Machine with effects pedals, an electric shaver and a phone. The original recording, from the 1975 album Wish You Were Here, used an EMS VCS 3, ARP String Ensemble and Mini-Moog synthesizers. Ruppert used a boatload… Read More Who Needs Synths? Recreate Pink Floyd Classics With Effect Pedals
EMS Synthi VCS3 – modulations, tones and sweeps was uploaded by: simonsound1
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http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=5A7A7C7776081DB1 This series of videos looks at the making of Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side Of The Moon – not only one of the most popular albums of all times – but one of the most influential.