Friday, August 12, 2016
Joey Gage in the studio with the Hyve Touch Synthesizer
Published on Aug 12, 2016 Skot Wiedmann
"Joey Gage pursues freedom of expression and gets a hands-on experience with the Hyve Touch Synthesizer. "It’s just interesting to go from trombone and guitar, which are almost similar in a way where the tone you are going to get on a guitar is based on your finger movement and how you are playing it, same with a trombone. It kind of makes the Hyve synthesizer feel more natural and organic in a way that what you put into it and how you touch the instrument actually affects the sound."
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