MATRIXSYNTH: ROLAND SH-101 TUTORIAL AND OVERVIEW

Monday, July 24, 2017

ROLAND SH-101 TUTORIAL AND OVERVIEW


Published on Jul 24, 2017 once upon a synth

"This is an quick tour of the Roland SH-101 where I go over all the different knobs and sliders and explain how the synth works. The SH-101 is a vintage monophonic analog synthesizer from the 80s. It has only one oscillator, but it does have pulse width modulation and a sub-octave generator to thicken things up. It also has a built in sequencer and arpeggiator as well as CV/Gate ins and outs so you can integrate with your modular synth for example."

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