MATRIXSYNTH: Roland SH-101 SH101 Analog Synthesizer (1983) sound demo | Synth HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL

Saturday, April 11, 2020

Roland SH-101 SH101 Analog Synthesizer (1983) sound demo | Synth HQ DEMO & TUTORIAL

Published on Apr 11, 2020 Andy Whitmore

"This synth for me has been the biggest surprise. I don’t use it much as I have so many 'superior' synths – but in fact it blew me away. The sound is awesome – top quality – classic – such an easy synth to program & sounds great in a finished mix.

Vintage synth demo by Andy Whitmore, Roland SH-101 Analog Synthesizer from the year 1983 The SH-101 is a very nice synth with a great analog sound. The sound is deep and powerful. The SH-101 is perfect for very nice bass and lead sounds. The internal step-sequencer is pure fun.

Andy Whitmore started life as a top session keyboard player playing on over 50 hit records before turning his hand to music production. He went on to produce 14 top ten hits. He is a pro when it comes to synthesizers, and here explores the Roland SH-101 as part of a brand new series.

One of the most iconic synthesizers ever, Andy’s experience with this Roland classic dates back to the mid-‘90s, and he discusses the basics in his exploration of what makes the SH-101 so great."

Check out a tour of his synth collection back in 2009 here, and 2008 here.

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