MATRIXSYNTH: Mario Mathy : Jumping dance - The Ultimate Casio Synth Tribute

Monday, January 14, 2019

Mario Mathy : Jumping dance - The Ultimate Casio Synth Tribute

Published on Jan 10, 2019 Lindsey Tuteleers

This one is in via Jos: "Mario Mathy posted a video of his synth song Jumping Dance on his YouTube channel from the 80’s."


I almost thought someone overdubbed the music but you can clearly see this is what he is playing! Enjoy. :)

I think it's all Casio gear. Thought I saw Roland in there but not seeing it now. If you spot anything else feel free to comment. The ultimate Casio tribute!

Update via Jos:

"He endorsed Casio, I suspect he got the instruments from Casio on condition he promoted them. As a fact he had a music store in Belgium selling only Casio gear for a few years in the 90’s. No Roland, no Korg, only Casio. On his first album ‘Hello This Is Mario Mathy’, I’m pretty sure there are songs he used also other equipment, from before his Casio endorsement.

Few days ago I posted a video that was broadcasted on Belgian TV, end of latest December, featuring Mario Mathy, looking back on his music career:"

Mario Mathy Belgium's 80's synthesizer King looks back

Published on Jan 13, 2019 LtPicard

"Belgium 's synthesizer king of the 80's, Mario Mathy looks back 30 years. Featuring fractions of Jambo Sana, Liberty, Jumping Dance."

Update via @LindseyTutelee1

Cool comic strip featuring Mario Mathy playing Super Mario. The track would translate well as a chiptune, not to mention the title.


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