MATRIXSYNTH: Roland Juno-106 Gravitational Slingshot Other-worldly Resonance Demo #2

Wednesday, May 01, 2019

Roland Juno-106 Gravitational Slingshot Other-worldly Resonance Demo #2


Published on May 1, 2019 gstormelectro

Part 1 here.

"Audio and Video by G-Storm Electro c. 2019

Today I hastily prepared a follow up demo of my Juno-106 Gravitational Slingshot upgrade chips by Analogue Renaissance. I'm still getting to know these new chips, and getting a few questions: what's the difference, should I switch? Aside from the bass frequencies being less muddy, to me the filter resonance sounds less shrill, yet more other-worldly. There are strange interactions between the resonance and other synth parameters. With this realization, the colorful name Gravitational Slingshot seems acutely fitting.

So to me it's better to show every setting on the synth panel, in manual mode - everything on the synth front panel is 'live'. And you can see, and reproduce these settings on your own synth, having original chips. To know for yourself what the difference in sound may be.

It goes without saying, a video such as this - lengthy excursions into filter self-resonance - will have some high-frequency content so watch your levels. Also gratuitous synth-parameter noodling, non-musical in-harmonic content, and generally interminable racket.

Audio recorded direct to Tascam DR-05
No additional effects."

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