MATRIXSYNTH: Synth Spotting - What gives us the feeling of being there?

Friday, June 07, 2019

Synth Spotting - What gives us the feeling of being there?


Published on Jun 7, 2019 PS Audio

OK, this video is not about the synths, but look at what's embedded in the wall. :) Curious if you have to hang over the couch to play it. Also a Roland Juno-106 with custom wood sides and the Fender Rhodes. Not sure what's behind him and/or on the right.

"Some recordings just make us feel as if we're there and in the room with the musicians. But, why? What makes the difference in recordings and what can stereo owners do to enhance that experience? Have a question you want to ask Paul? http://www.psaudio.com/ask-paul/

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ARP 2600 in the wall...

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