MATRIXSYNTH: Logan Vocalist (1979) and friends - 70s french "special" movie soundtrack music

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Logan Vocalist (1979) and friends - 70s french "special" movie soundtrack music

Published on Apr 18, 2018 RetroSound

"(c) 2018 vintage synthesizer demo by RetroSound

Logan Vocalist - 37-note (F-F) monophonic and polyphonic analog choir synthesizer from the year 1979

Rare like stardust and maybe one of the most interesting human voice synths ever.

Made in Italia.

The sound is a bit like the Roland VP-330 human voice section but you have a lot more possiblities with the 3 vowel filters (aaaa----oooo----uuuuu), the envelopes and mixing the different sounds.
Unique sound and very characterful like a Mellotron or Vocoder.

The demo track shows the human voice sounds together with other instruments from the golden age of synthesizers.

analog choir sounds: Logan Vocalist (1979)
bass, sample/hold and theremin sound: Moog Source (1981)
analog strings: Roland VP-330 Vocoder Plus (1979)
drums: Korg KR-55B (1982)

recording: multi-track, played by hand
fx: reverb and delay"

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