MATRIXSYNTH: ROLAND SH-101 + KNAS EKDAHL MOISTURIZER (Spring Reverb) ~ Will They Pair? Ep.34

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Monday, September 25, 2017

ROLAND SH-101 + KNAS EKDAHL MOISTURIZER (Spring Reverb) ~ Will They Pair? Ep.34


Published on Sep 25, 2017

"I run the Roland SH-101 through the Ekdahl Moisturizer spring reverb. The SH-101 is a classic analog monophonic synth from the 80s made famous for its use in acid techno. The Moisturizer is a combo spring reverb and analog filter. What's unique about this reverb is that the springs are exposed at the top so you can tap them and play them with your hands. You can also replace the spring tank if you want. It also comes with a multi-mode filter which can be smoothly switched from low pass, bandpass and highpass. There's also an onboard LFO which you can modulate the filter with. Finally, it has various different CV jacks on the back for interfacing with external analog gear.

This video is part information part demo. I go over all the different knobs on the Moisturizer and experiment with different sounds along the way."

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