MATRIXSYNTH: Peavey Spectrum Synth Demo #2

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Peavey Spectrum Synth Demo #2

YouTube via stuthomson — April 24, 2010

"Released in 1995, the Spectrum Synth Digital Module was a marketing failure due to the tedium required to program it with the PC1600 slider panel. Sliders were not labelled and you had to scroll through menus. No software was released with it. Has 4 oscillators and over 100 waveforms (no kidding). No internal effects so this recording was made using a Lexicon chorus with a touch of reverb. I took down my demo #1 'cause it was mono and it sukt." Part 1 here

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