MATRIXSYNTH: SIEL CRUISE String Machine 1979 | HD DEMO

Sunday, August 23, 2015

SIEL CRUISE String Machine 1979 | HD DEMO


Published on Aug 23, 2015 AnalogAudio1

"(c) 2015 by AnalogAudio1

I played the Siel Cruise along with a Korg SDD-3000 vintage digital delay.

The Siel Cruise is a string machine with a built in monophonic preset synthesizer from Italy. It's basically a Siel Orchestra and Siel Mono in one box. But it can't do everything a Siel Orchestra and a Siel Mono can do - some functions were left out.

The monophonic synth has presets, which can be tweaked in 'free mode'. The monophonic synth sounds really good - although with just a single VCO, it has a powerful sound, resonant VCF with ADSR controls for VCF and VCA. There are the same polyphonic presets as on the ARP Quartet. Every section (mono and poly synth) has its own output, so you can treat the sound individually (what I made in the first half of the video). After all, a great Italo synth!"

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