MATRIXSYNTH: CMS 2607 demo - Sync, PFD and high-pass filter

Saturday, February 22, 2020

CMS 2607 demo - Sync, PFD and high-pass filter


Published on Feb 22, 2020 Phil Cirocco

"Phil Cirocco demonstrating the CMS 2607 just before shipping it out to a customer in San Francisco. The patch breifly highlights the built in sync circuit. Later in the video, the High-pass filter output is fed through the Post Filter Distortion circuit (from the ARP Centaur). The two 1/4 inch cables at top right are plugged directly into the stereo input of the camera. No post production or processing. The reverb you hear is the internal spring unit. discretesynthesizers.com"

Update:

CMS 2607 demo - "Forbidden Peanut 2"

Published on Feb 22, 2020

"The two 1/4 inch cables at top right are plugged directly into the stereo input of the camera. No post production or processing. The reverb you hear is the internal spring unit."

CMS 2607 demo - "Forbidden Peanut 3"

Published on Feb 22, 2020

"Phil Cirocco demonstrating the CMS 2607 just before shipping it out to a customer in San Francisco. The two 1/4 inch cables at top right are plugged directly into the stereo input of the camera. No post production or processing."

CMS 2607 demo - "Bell Organ"

Published on Feb 22, 2020

"Phil Cirocco demonstrating the CMS 2607 just before shipping it out to a customer in San Francisco. The two 1/4 inch cables at top right are plugged directly into the stereo input of the camera. No post production or processing. The reverb you hear is the internal spring unit."

Additional CMS 2607 demos

Forbidden Peanut 1 here

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