MATRIXSYNTH: NAMM: Metasonix TX-3 iCunt



Saturday, January 15, 2011

NAMM: Metasonix TX-3 iCunt


YouTube via plague1715 | January 14, 2011 |
http://metasonix.com/
"Running a Hertz Donut through the iCunt prototype at NAMM 2011. Twat different."

Update:

Two pics via brian comnes via Muff's



Update via brian comnes in the comments:

"I think it is cool that someone actually made a video at NAMM! Thank you Klopfgeist!
But for anyone thinking that this video above is all that it is capable of, please watch this before making your final opinion that this thing is total shit. It's all in the hands of the player that make it."

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YouTube via ZerosumInertia | January 15, 2011 |

"Metasonix TX3 being sequenced by Blacet Binary Zone. no audio is being fed into the TX3."

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ZerosumInertia | January 15, 2011

6 comments:

  1. It's fun to be shocking, of course, and this company's other products have funny names, but this one's name goes a little too far for me. I wonder if that will be true for other people? They should be allowed to do it, no censorship required, just a personal opinion.

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  2. I am sure every women oganisations will love making sweet sounds with that module everywhere, in the office, at schools, etc...
    Great move

    /s

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  3. on the back: "and don't complain, it was *designed* to piss people off"

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  4. Hahaha! ~ it can't be real.

    It's just his sense of exhibitionism.

    'Still ... a great sentiment!

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  5. I think it is cool that someone actually made a video at NAMM! Thank you Klopfgeist!
    But for anyone thinking that this video above is all that it is capable of, please watch this before making your final opinion that this thing is total shit. It's all in the hands of the player that make it.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USHNI--AVD0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-lpUr_Q8X0

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