MATRIXSYNTH: Behringer VC340 and Roland VP-03 together - Combining the analog and digital synthesizer vocoder

Saturday, November 02, 2019

Behringer VC340 and Roland VP-03 together - Combining the analog and digital synthesizer vocoder


Published on Nov 2, 2019 Expanding Sound

"I've seen quite a few videos comparing these two units. For my money they both sound great and each have useful qualities. The VC340 is analog and has a rich warm sound with a full size key bed and great build quality. The VP-03 has it's portability, sequencing ability and built in audio interface as features that stand apart from its remake counterpart.

I wondered, instead of pitting them against each other, like others have, how do they sound together? They are so similar in tone that using them together just adds more fullness to the sound. The only difficult aspect to navigate was using a microphone. I decided to run a mic into a mixer and split it into both units. The result is a little airy as the mixer isn't the best quality, but with the strings and voice patches you can really hear how great the two sound added together. I was going to sell my VP-03 after I got the VC340. Now, I'm not so sure!"

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